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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895053101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. s. Semi-Weekl- y vofteecin. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY M. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1895. NO. 27 1 i E. church an Ico cream supper Monday evening and realized about $30. Tho weather feels now hs if Summer t had come in earnest, hut a great many people will havo to plant their corn over oa Hccountof tho frost and cut worroB. -- Miss Julia Snyder has returned from Oklahoma, where she has been visiting relatives. Miss Jennie Heloe, oi has been visiting Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, . lion. 0. W. Lester Is In Mb. Vernon this week prosecuting the criminals. Mr. and Mies Christie, of Pittsburgh, I'enn., were here last week visiting Mr. and Mrs Will Jones. Sheriff Burnett took five to. Frank- fort Sunday to begin terms In the penl tentlory JohnW. Partln one year, Thos. Logan two years, Nelson Bryant eight Bolan five years and Win. years, Hooker for tlfo. Decoration Day was very approprl ately celebrated by the G. A. It. Post of this place, assisted by the recently organized lodges of tho Sons of Veterans. Speeches were made at tho Academy Park, alter which the graves were decorated in the cemetery. The commencement exercises of tho Academy take place this week. Tho sermon was preached by Ilev. II. B. Fry at tho Congregational church Sunday. Tuesday evening tho intermediate department gave an entertainment and on Wednesday eveninit the seniors gavn a concert. The graduating exercises take place Thursday. Mr. M. K. Pennington was in London Sunday, Dr. F. K. Huntsville, la here visiting his parents. Messrs. G M. Freeman, James Leigh and Walker Mason attended the Christian Kudeavor Convention at Louisville. Mrs. J. T Freeman and Miss Nellie returned from Spencer, Ind., Tuesday, where they had been several weeks for the benefit of Miss Nellie's health. The Indies of the Rnve Mld-dlesbo- ro, k A Few Notes From the Business Manager. COUNTY. t t .1 uaps, tup. uapnsia.preacn-The Pino Hill Coal Co. closed down jtev. ai er who shot bis wife so fearfully several Wednisday. Tho BroJhead band will assist tho weeks ago, is still in Jail awaiting tho acMt. Vernon boys in their music tion of the grand jury which in in ses n, AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. Decoration fc'WJI sion. Tho fail is not a safe one and ..H,a i Joe Mize was badly cut about the special watch has boon put on the rev You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every throat In a row with Henry Cox, near erend gentleman. In conversation with n gentleman who has known Capps from department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out of reach of Pino Hill over a crap gamet 27See our new Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Leather Strawberries from the farm of Mr. his boyhood, I learnod that he already competition. J. T. Hackley, of your county, have been has a killing to his credit, and for which Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Burch and Rattan Rockers. Notice received by the writer and he pronounc- he was never tried. 8hortly before the our nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great varie-- ( Come in and look war, Jesse Burton, n young .roan, asked ty. Pictures,. Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. es them most excellent. Capps for a debt he owed him. He be- through our immense stock; we make no charge for showing goods John Wesley Taylor, colored, a citizen of this place, will apply for license to came very much infuriated and struck in fact it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, practice law. This Is tho first instance Burton on the head with a rock, from the which make every article a leader. in the county of a darkey preparing effects of which ho died in a short while. Capps then ll d and a few months after himself for the legal profession. wards enlisted in tho army. After the Decoration Dity will be appropriateUndertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky., wai.teh o. onEsruM. war he continued his wild career and ly observed at this place and this mornJurist, statesman, soldier. Born March ing (Thursday) our town Is full of peo- about 12 years ago, while at a distillery 17, 18:52, died Mav 28, 1895. ple from all portions of the county, who near this place, Will Gentry struck him One Gallon of-a heavy blow on the head, which soberwill participate in the exercises. LANCASTER, CARHARD COUNTY. Miss Rosa Belle Childers caught a ed him and be immediately turned his cat fish measuring 42 inches in length In attontion to preaching, at which he has The K. Ps. gave a "banquet" Thursday night In honor of tho many visiting Roundstone one day this week. Mauy been quite successful. His first wife, by fishermen from the cities have angUd whom he had four children, died severK. Ps. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you Rev. Lapeloy McKee, of Richmond, in this stream this Spring with far less al years ago and a little over a year ago will preach tho Baccalaureate sermon success than this little girl of 12 Sum- he married the widow of Dr. Adams, who also had a number of children. Neimers. Sunday t tho Christian church. We congratulate Judge Davison ther Capps and bis wife nor the children The ladles of tho Christian Aid So .It is. ciety gave a luncheon Thursday at the upon his wise choice of county superin got along well and several outbreaks folfor which 20a was charged. tendent. This is a position that can be lowed, which finally resulted in Mrs. Tho "moonlight fete" that was to filled quite as acceptably by an intelli- Capps asking for a divorce. This, it will, havo been given at Garrard Col gent lady as by a man, and we belitve be remembered, aggravated her husband lege has been abandoned by our young that far less partiality will be shown than and was probably the cause of his atAny Shade you like. is dono in some counties that wo know tempt to kill her. Mrs. Capps is getting society people. of. on as well as could be expected and will Tho public buildings and various Mrs. W. A. Brown, of Parksville. is very probably get well. Mr. Capps has business houses in Lancaster were apvisiting the family of Judge McCluro. very few sympathizers here. propriately decorated in National colors R. L. Whitaker, the republican nomiE. O. Walton, whom every knows and on Thursday. admires as a man of hustling qualities, nee for representative, from Laurel and Elder Georgo Go wen leaves to begin a two weeks protracted and who possesses Chesterfieldlan quali- Rockcastle, was In town Monday workmeeting in Flemingaburg. Ills pulpit ties beyond compare, was mixing with ing like a Trojan. I found him at leisure will be tilled by aomn able minister dur- his hosts of Rockcastle friends Monday for a few seconds and gave him a little and Tuesday. Mr. Ed Reppert will talk on the "cheapest and best." Said ing hlsalsonce. W. S. Ferguson, one of our most shortly move to his new residence lately he, "I oxpect you have got a good paper, We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and labut you'll havo to excuse me; I am no dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and methrifty and enterprising young farmers, erected on West Main street. We received an Invitation to the scholar nnd can't make much out at has the finest field of wheat in this sec dium price ladies' Shoes our $1 29, $t 50 and $2 goods are bargains. tion. It is now well headed and turning Commencement exercises of Somerset reading." I was rather surprised at such We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi and will soon be ready for the harvest. High School, which occurred May 29th. an answer coming from a man who BRODHEAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY.""" After a parade and drill Thursday af- The graduates were Misses Kate Ruck-e- aspires a seat in the General Assembly. um price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains Maud Boyd Murphy, Cora Goocb, It looks to a man up a tree as if Mr. Born to Mrs. Pratherer on tho 20th ternoon by the K. Ps. in their regaliai Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing ou Stella May, Graco Vickery and Mr. Hen- Wbitaker would be a mighty good man appropriate addresses followed at the a flno girl. ry Innman. If proper interest would be for the democrats to beat. A man who stock and it costs you nothing to look. The Brodbead Mill Co. is adding a courthouse. When next they took up their march It was to the cometerv, taken in school affairs here, we could can't read newspapers would have a bard new elevator to tbelr roller mill. nicely where they decorated tho graves of lost bavo as excellent a school, iu Mt. Ver- timo in the leglslatiye halls of this grand Mr. P. Heron is proarnslrg non and have the pleasure of attending old Commonwealth. with the stone work of the water tank at comrades. The free turnpike petition, contain- Commencement exercises in our own The docket for the present term 6f t lis place, court is the lightest or years and does ing nearly (XX) names, which was to have handsome College building. The strawberry supper at Mrp. Circuit court convened Monday, not contain a single murder case. In fact J last Saturday night was a success, been presentod at next week's session of the county court, asking for a poll to be Judge Morrow presiding. A light dock- whisky and pistol cases make up the net proceeds being IN. et; uo murder case; misdemeanor and greater portion of it. The court will Dr. Benton reports that Mrs. Cappe, opened in November to decide whether (reo turnpikes should obtain, was lost civil cases prevail. The business of tho hardly last through this week. the wounded lady, is doing well and her We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call courtis moving along in good shape,somehow, Hon. Cassias M. Clay. Jr.. onoke to a recovery Is almost certain. Prices free. Tueaday and Wednesday nights there quite a number of cases having been dis- large audience Monday. He has a good and examine samples and color cards. Messrs. John Robins and Blllle were two lectures here at the court- posed of up to Wednesday. Among many friends in town, but the country of Mt. Vernon, wore among us them were several liquor 'again last Saturday and Sunday. There house on hypnotism by a woman. This defendants were fined from cases where people as a general thing are for Mr. 150 to $100. Hardin for governor. Mr. Clay's speech is an article that is much indulged in seems to be something in our town that and written upon of lato by hypnotists In the case of Matt. Burk for Bhooting at was a disappointment to that portion of la very attractive to John. Miss Carrie Bill Newcum in the court house last Sep- his hearera who enjoy jokes and anecWhite Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and Fritb, of Gum Sulphur, has been visi- or at least thoso who claim to know tember tbo prisonor was surprised with dotes more than they do sound, stub- Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of something of the science. ting Brodbead friends. Mrs. Simpson, widow of Joseph a verdict of one year in the pen. born facts, but those who went to hear Mr. J. B. Farmer, wife and little one The sad intelligence of the death of him for the purposo of being instructed gone to Indianapolis on a visit, and Simpson, died at her lovely country have Mra. John McClary was received by her and informed on the questions of tbo they antlclpato visiting several of the home atTeatereville, May 2S, in the 00th many friends Buck-ey- o here Sunday morning. Mrs day were amply repaid. Messrs. J. L. large cities while they are gone. Elder year of her age. Burial was at the IN VIEW OF- Cemetery. Four children survive McClary had been ill many weeks and Joplin and O. O. Williams are' Mr. Clay's S. Collyer returned from'Southern Kendeath seemed a happy release from that managers in Rockcastle. tucky the latter part of last week, where her Will and Alexander, Mrs. Win. suffering which the most devoted care The most notable improvements in Mt he had been called to preach tho funeral Sadler and Mrs. Bello Lingfelter. She and skillful medical attention were powa morabor of the Baptist church. Vernon since my last visit are tho splenHo camo in wsb of the noted Dr. Combs We are quite glad to report that most erless to alleviate. She leaves a devoted did brick buildings of Editor E. B. Smith time to Mil lils appointment at this plate, JULY 1, 1895, we offer of the sick iu the community are much husband and two children, Willie and and Mr. O. 0. Williams. The latter Is a Thtro was a very large crowd at tho is so much Margie, to mourn her departure. Relig- handsome George Denny business house, burial of Mrs. J. K. McClary on last better. Mr. for week ious services wero held by Bro. Dickey while Mr. Smith's is a neat and modest She was interred at tho Andy improved as to have been out Monday. at tho residence, a largo number of building, characteristic of its owner. A McClary homestead cemetery. Mrs. Mc- piet. Mrs. F. L. Austin, who has been ill for several weeks, is up again. Mifs friends and relatives being in attendance. number of residences havo also been Clary was a good womuu, an afTectlonato Everything in our line, such as- who has been ill all winter, Tho remains were interred in the family built and the old town looks like it has wife, a loving mother nnd a friend to the Snllie Tillett, burying ground beside her father, who taken a fresh lease on life. poor, and will bo much missed by the is well enough ve are glad to say as to of her friends was Judge Fish; and other relatives who Bob Whitley, "of color," who formerpeople of Mt. Vernon and we ask the bo making a visit to some had gone before. ly lived here, is now "general manager" blessing of God to rest upon the heart in the country. Miss Fannie UnderDr. Lovell contemplates moving to of the Nowcomb Hotel. Mr. 111 Wo regret DeBorde is Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, broken husbaud and tho two motherless wood is of whito swelling. very much to Bay Mrs. W. A. Arnold is his homo in the suburbs. Mrs. Frank proprietor, but Bob does everything from Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you children, and may God sauctlfy the sal all things no better, but is gradually growing weak-o- Myers and her beautiful daughter, Mies soliciting patronage to handling the cash. a large stock to select from. allllction to their good, for Carrie, of Williamsburg, are visiting at He is making a success of the business work for good to tbem that love tho Mian visited Mr. M. J. Miller's. Mrs. J. S. Rapport, Mattie Thompson and Mr. DeBorde regards Bob as one of Lord and those who are called according friends in Dtnvillo TuesJay. Messrs. of Ravenwood, is visiting relatives hern. the indispensable elements of his hotel to his purpose. Ernest and Hugh Rose, of Louisville, aro Mioses Berta and Eva Martin attended businees. Mr. Arthur Hiatt, of Garrard, was tile guests of their cousin, Master Her i tho decoration exorcises. Mr. Wm. WeMt. Vernon morchants take things with us Saturday night. Mr. J. L. Car- bert Harden. M. Vernon Richardson ber decorated his drug Btore handsome y son, of Bowling Green, Tenn., who has rjas returned to Danville after a visit to easier iuaa mose in utamoru, ftot a the 30th. Mr. Hugh Miller is Improv- store is opened before 7 been in our midst for a few dayB, has re- his friend, Mr. Nathan Elliott. Mr. and o'clock in tho ing his residence considerably. Misses morning and a good many of tbem wait turned to bis home. He said he would Mrs. John H. Kirby, of Stanford, are Mary Weber have returnGertrude and I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutill 7:30. Tbey close at 0 or 7 in the wait until his next trip to take bis girl guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Moss Kirby.' ed from their school at Richmond. Mrs. evening tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imand frequently close up for dinwith him. Mrs. Robert Noaks and little W. S. Sanditer, qf Middlesboro, arrived Sallie Weber and her handsome daugh- ner. possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming ' daughter.of Oorbln, were tho guests of the Friday and is visiting his ter, Gertrude, are visiting Lou'aville One of the biggest losses this good to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these Yakey. Mra. J. W. Tate, Mrs. Mr. Wm. Smith. Mr. Dan Hemphill, of friends. Misses city has suffered for a long time is the goods will arrive in the next few days. JMi.tle Carter and Mrs. W. H. Collyer Nicbolasviile, the champion bicyclist of The election of school trustees is , went to Freedom last 8unday. They re- the State, is tho gnesc of his cousin, Mr looked forward to with great interest. removal of tho families of Messrs. Wm. Fields and H. W. Rice to Livingston. port a nice trip. Miss Hays, an accom- James C. Hemphill. Mrs. Lucinda We learn that a candidato for nominafrom Wildio, has Greenleaf, Mrs. D. M. Lackey and Miss tion for the office of Stato superintend' Splendid business men, both of them, plished young lady A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50. worth S3. been visiting her sister at this place, Louise KaufJman were visitors in Dan- be remembered that Bill Newcum shot good neighbors and always foremost in Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $$ Mens' sandals worth 75c ,Mrs. Thomas Baker. Mr. W. II. Pettup, ville on Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Price and and fatally wounded Mutt. Burks' wife every good work, their places will be inLadies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for for 45c, . of Preachorovillo, is holding the wires mother, Mrs. Joe Erancis, have return- last Spring, for which he is now serving deed bard to fill. Editor Smith, of the Eagle, is very 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' la visiting. down, while J. B. Farmer D. R a 21 vear sontence. During Newcum's ed from a visit to proud of bis pet eagle, which was pre and Youth's suits coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to $7.50, worth $$ to mother in Madison, Eld. Jesse preliminary trial Burk fired a shot at Francis "Bad Tom" Smith, under sentence Waldon was at home soveral dayB last Nowcum as he was leaving. the court-bou- sented to him sorao months ago. It is a Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor specimen of the "king of birds" and made for $12.50 to $15, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods ofdoath at Jackson, was foiled in an at- week with his family. Herbert Price, of in charge of the jailer' Burk was fine tempt to saw out of Jail. A prisoner Danville, is visiting his cousin, Fred indicted for the offense, gave ball and the editor is as particular with it as the are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. gave him away and tho accomplice has Friable. S forfeited bis band, was captured in Knox average father is with his first born. Mr. I been arrested. county by his bondsmen and brought Smith also has for a pet a game rooster, United States Consul J. Lamb Doty, which he spends many of hia leisure Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know The Queen Crescent Route will sell who Is serving his country in Tahiti has back here. A short time afterward Burk hours caressing. E. 0. W. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them tickets to Latonla and return at ono and created a sensation in diplomatic circles was married to a Mrs. Hall at the Jail. If lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist und fare from all stations in Ken- by marrying a dusky damsel of that not pardoned, Burk will serve timo with The presence of a young girl is like til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have Newcum in the same institution. Burk's the presence of a flower; the one Rives tucky. Tho races will be held this year realm, otherwise a "negro." attorney has already gotten up a petitiou its perfume to all that approach it, the in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of from May 23d to June 20th. Ask agents The Court of Appeals set June 8 as to check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for Gov. Brown for the prisoner's pardon, for particulars. W. 0. Rinearson, G. P. the day for hearing the appeal of "Bad which all believe should be readily giv- other her grace to all that surronud her. half price. O A., Cincinnati, L. Desnoyers. m m Tom" Smith, whose exeuution was to en. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these, will surprise you. They Buoklln's Arnica Salve. Important to veteran! The net MM been a great event next Friday. jfljf.bntt lalvt In the wot Id for cuti, bru!iei have The Hon. Robert Todd Lincoln la said value of $150,000,000 of pensions, reduc- are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. The town of Paramythla, in Turkey, i, toret, ulcari, tilt rham, ftver torei, Utter, chap- black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Ji.i$. handt. rmlblaini, corns and all ikln eruption!, A Great Bargain. A to be willing to compromise on the pres- ed to cheap silver, wonld not exceed t potitively curt pile, or no pay repuired. It la has been wiped oat by an earthquake. "Thc sequel Buy and sell for Cash."" guaranteed to give periect satisfaction or .money Over, 60 were killed and 150 seriously idency of the Pullman Car Co., which $75,000,000. Loss to pensioners, $76,000-00- worth 3. refunded. Price ai cents per box. For salt by Chicago TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. pays 25,000 a year. injured. . A. R. fenny, Stanford, Ky. TV "i-mu- e - COUNT. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE - a New Designs in Furniture,. to-da- y, WITHERS & HOOKER. -- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT a ONLY: $1.40'. PER: GALLON. A court-hous- e, ht Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. HOE ; A! CLOTHING r, 4 -- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wil-mo- t's Wall Paper&Alabastine - New-com- b, Mixed Paints & Varnishes, W. B. M9IfcOBE2RTS. -- ACHANGE AT COST FOR CASH -- two-stor- y WAGONS.PLOWS, HARNESS, FARRIS & HARDIN r. JAMBS F1YE, HUSTONYIIXE, KY. grand-fathe- r, OLOTHIUG' S- I se DRESS Q-OOID- Sc one-thir- 0. Times-Heral- d. V u ti Dsns and his in the big ADDITIONAL LOCAL. MATRlMONIALMVTTERS. strike of last July got the hot end of the beings are united by When two Onk of our bankers 'here tells us that decision in the supremo court, which de- love, all social conventionalities are between $7,000 and $10,000 In pension nies their application for a writ of habeas Balzac. drafts aro cashed at his bank quarterly. 3tanford. Kv., - May 31, 1895 corpus. The result is that Debs will have Mrs. Willis Davis, of Allen county, to do doublo the tima assessed againBt killed herself because her husband imIk Prof. Hicks knows whereof he af.Will be strictly in it at the. him for contempt, six months, and tho bibed too much at a "log rolling." firms, Juno is going to be all sorts of a W. P. WALTON. cyothers throe months. The American Love that Is but an episode iu the month, with hot and cold waves, Kail way Union is knocked out for all the clones and otherstorms and an earth life of man, is tho entire story of the life time, and it is well. Dobs is out in a bit of woman. Mme. de Stael. , quake thrown in for good measure. : ter interview in which ho arraigns the Louis P. Cook, son of Mr. S. R. Tns ladies of the Christian church will supreme court for its plutocracy as shown Cook, and Mies Annie, tho pretty daughespecially in his case and the income tax ter of Mrs. George Bailey, were married give a Biippercn tho night of commence Hon. Walter Q. Guesuam, Secretary decision. ment, 7th of Juno, in tho dining room of at the bride's home, near May wood yes- the St. Asaph, beginning at 4 and endof State, died Tuesday morning at his Tns statement that Col. Bradley has terday. Tne Intkhior Journal joins ing at 12, midnight. Admission anly 2o home in Washington of acute pneumonia, which followed pleurisy, contracted his "eye sot" more on the U. S. Senate their friends in hearty congratulations. cents. THIS WEEK. ' four weeks before." A major general in than on the governorship, is a weak inJohn S. Hopper is the defendant in Tue examining trial of Marshal Ellis, rg filed at the war, 14 yeara U. S. judge for Indiana vention of the enemy. Ool. Bradley a breach of promise suit Wc propose to break all previous records. Ladies ribbed vests 5c, by Miss Lula Lee. Hoppor ap- for tho murder of young Murphy at and eight for Illinois, postmaster general thinks he thinks thai he is going to be n ago, was worth loc. Ribbed hose for children and misses 5c, that sell every, treasury under Ar- elected governor and that and that alone pealed to the courts to compel her to re- Junction City several weeks and secretary of the at Danville yesterday morning and thur and secretary of State under Oleve-lan- inspires him how. In the sweet subse- turn his gold watch, and shw then sued had not been concluded when wo went where else for 10c. Ladies' Kid Gloves 75 c. Figured lawns, fast Mr. Gresbam filled to a marked quently visions of Senatorial honors and him for breach of promise of marriage. colors, Shirt waists, all colors, 48c. Men's bleached drill draw- to press. degree the measure ol soldier, jurist and even presidential possibilities loom up They are a well matched palr.and ought .. , crs 25c. Men's Malbriggin underwear, shirts and drawers, 48c a suit. statesman. He was born in Indiana, in his deluded imagination, but one to be married. The commencement sermon will be of a marriage ceremony preached nt Walton's Opera House. Tho Men's and boy's working shirt 25c. Ncgigc shirt, laundered collar ho was two .thing aC a time and all things at their At the close March 17, 1833, and when years ol age, bia father who was sheriff, proper time, is tho motto of the genial In Udion county the other day, the fa- ladies who aro getting tho Christian and cuffs, 48c. Children's shoes 20c. Extra heavy sox. for men 5c. ther of the bride Bald to the groom: church in order notified us yesterday Six foot window shade with all the fixtures was killed by a noted desperado. His gentleman from Garrard. 20c. "Just as long as you treat my daughter that it would bt Impossible for the varmother with Ave children was left nearly The Courier-Journof Wednesday rloM vnn will find me to he your best nished seats to be dry in time for tho serpenniless, but by hard work Bhe managevvice. Rev. W. E. Ellis will offlclace. ed to Bupport them and send them to takes the more important passages of friend, and I will help you along in of Senator Blackburn's Owenton speech ery way; but when you do otherwise, I'll Bchool. Determined to make a maa Mr. J. P. Ballard received a letter himself he struck out at an early age and seriatim, dissects them thoroughly and blow your brains outl" This made the shows the utter fallacies of the arguments cold chills run down the spinal column from Sherifl Wm. Cooper, of Pulaski, by working during the day and studying of the free silver leader. In point of of the young man, and he mentally re- stating that his horse was there at bis at night, he obtained a fair education disposal. W. A. Morrow, the negro's.at-torneand studied law. He Boon made a rep- fact there was very little new and much solved to run no risks. ordered Mr. Tato, tho liveryman, After less true in the set speech of the man, utation at his chosen profession. CHURCH AFFAIRS. to hold tho horse for his fee but failing from lleuten-an- t who essays to lead the State into error the war, In which he arose Always an interesting theme, but more interesting here than in othto give bond in the required time, the colonel to major general, and' was and financial ruin. Samuel Oupples will build a $70,000 animal could no longer be held. er stores, because of the fascinating price attraction. once severely wounded, he returned to .. The single gold standard hits been de- building for the Southern Methodist pleas-nn- t his profession, and when Grant became creed in Chilli, but free silver coinage Orphans' Uome at St. Louis. It BeeniB that there can be no president he made him U. 8. judge. is permitted at a ratio of SiiJ to 1, silver Bring your boy in and get a knee pants suitJTor 75c. Remember wc The tower of the new College of the mean In the temperature of this latiHe was a republican and In 18S3 was a coins to be a legal tender only for sums Bible, Lexington, will bj 10 by 10 feet tude. Either very hot or very cold arc headquarters for prominent candidate for the nomination of $50 or under. At the present price of square and 117 feet high. weather follows in fast succession. For lor preaidentby that party. His liberal silver this is about the correct ratio, but At the end of a Sam Jones revival, two or three days it has been disagreeaviewB on the tariff created antagonism it makes a Biker dollar almost as large Owensbororalsod $23,000 for the erecbly warm, but as it is a God Bend for the against him and when Cleveland was as a dinner plate. tion of a Y.M. O. A. building. backward crops, we con ndord to endure nominated ho renounced his allegiance Kev. I.S. McElroy will goto Scot- it with patience and even composure. . Owing to the death of Secretary Grea-hato the republican party and advocated land in Juno to represent the Southern Suits, odd pants, Summer coats and silk vests. TiiERE.ncver was such a prospect for a Mr. Carlisle did not speak at Louis- Presbyterian Assembly In the election. Afterwards he Mr. Cleveland's The- trees full crop of apples as now. to ville Wednesday night, as advertised, was summoned by the president-ele- ct Congress. reviewed are so full, that if half of their loads were Harrison Lakewood, N. J., and after a consultation but eft at once for Washington on hearhe was tendered the position of secre- ing the news. He will return nxt week 60,000 children of the Brooklyn Sunday-schoo- to fall, there would still be enough left to tary of State, which ho accepted and and speak in Louisville, Lexington and on Friday., There was no po- break the limbs ofl, when the apples get ripe. There are many pears and the with jnarked fidelity and one other place to be decided upon. which he filled litical significance in the matter. Maxwell Sommervllle, of the grape crop will be fair, but peaches will ability, though ever the subject of vituPrcf. TnE Louisville Post Bays that University of Pennsylvania, has import- havo to be Imported, If they are eaten peration from the republican press, which Ellis is doing the free Bilver ed Buddist temple, weighing six tons, here. continued to charge that he Bold his a of pottage. No business in the Ovvensboro Messenger. which will be set up in Philadelphto. birthright for a mess The colored G. A. R. Post with banA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, We thought Editor Urey Woodson knew one who knew the man, however, doubt The Central Council ol the Episcomore than some of the statements indi- pal diocese of Kentucky, is holding its ners flying and the Renetown Brass Band T. D. RANEY, Manager. ed bis sincerity and no one who bos obplaying "John Brown's Body Lies Mouserved his course in public affairs, can cate that the writer does. 07th annual meeting in Louisville. The ldering into Clay," went out yesterday Branch Stores. two diosay aught but that he was ever faithful' Gov. Phoctor Knott says emphatic- pIan,to diyldo the State into and after listening to patriotic speeches, praise ally council. conservative and true. Higher that he will not edit the new daily ceses may be acted upon by tho decorated the graves of tbo soldiers bur- Paris, Carlisle, Mt, Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, .Cynthiana, ? could not be awarded than Mr. Cleve- at Louisville that the free silver fanatics The Presbyterian Aesembly at led near town. George W. Gentry was Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. iidiourned to meet next year at chief marshal and was both gorgeous land pays to his memory, in his procla- promise to spring, but which will onmation, when he says: "The president, ly be Bprung on a very cold day. Saratoga. The cost of holding the as- and imposing as he triumphantly rode sembly ws f 59,673 49, mainly for mile- in advance .of the column. In making this distressing announcespeaks ment to his age of delegates. During the year 12-of a personal aflliction Brave Girls. The Advocate tells of a from the depths preachers died. Ws r to remind them that they, too, have lost A woman who cavo her name s runaway in which Misses Alba Pope, of Boyle, and Mary Bruce, of Stanford, a pure and able public servant, a wise Mrs. Thompson, secured many contribuand patriotic guardian of all their rights from Madison people for the Bap came near losing their lives. The horse tions and interests, a manly aad loyal Ameritlst Orphan's Home at Louisville. The took fright and ran at terrific speed. Both can and a eenerous and lovable man.' FOR SUPREMACY, Home sends out no agents and the wo- ladles kept their seats till the animal ran and all of the cabinet offiThe president the vehicle against a rock fence and upman is an impostor. Which we have waged so successfully this year has given us the first cers will accompany the remains to Chi The Presbyterian General AeBembly set it. MIsa Bruce was caught beneath the cago, where they are to find a last restat Texas, resolved by a decided vote this vehicle, but Miss Pope fell clear of it and rank as clothiers and gents' furnishings in the entire county The ing place. The cabinet officers will act( week that the young people of the ran at once and grabbed the horse's goods wc sell are produced by masters of art and and the funeral will be a as church Bhould withdraw from the Chris- head, holding the animal until her commilitary one. tian Endeavor Society and form societies panion was liberated. Gentlemen hurried to their rescue to find the young within the lines of the church. Ex. "anSenator Blackburn's a row and a rumpus in ladies cool and collected and not much Therewas swer" to Secretary Carlisle at Owenton the South Knoxville Baptist church, hurt. denoting nothwas all "sound and fury t Sunday. Rev. LIchtfoot was preaching Killing at Woodstock. Dr. S. C. was to convict ing." His principal effort evidently in Perkins, of Bee Lick, sends ua the fohis farewell sermon and was the secretary of inconsistency and a a bad humor. During his remarks ho llowing; Marion Thompson, tho Jom O. Cabmjle. Have you seen o,ur Regent Clay Worsted Suits ? If 'not is your change of front since 187S. He couldn't said that politics and religion did not old son of J. J. Thompson, a well known of course refute his arguments. Mr loss, and until you arc clothed in one you will not be dressed. Don't The above is a good likeness of the mix well and Intimnted that his church stock trader of Pulaski county, and ArCarlisle has studied the,subject and given great man who delivered the unanswerof ringstera. One of thur Todd, the son of W. II. fail to sec them and get the prices. There is nothing like them. The Senator has able speech sgainst the free coinage of was in' the hands it practical attention. th hrthren reDlied that this was un Todd, had a dilllculty at a singing at The ladies should not let anything prevent them from examining not, and to use a homely expression, silver, without international agreement, true. "You are a liar, audi can prove Woodstock, TueHday night. Tod J stab knows no more about finance than a hog which we prepent on nur third page. what I say by a dozen witnesses right bed Thompson in the neck, severing the does about holiday. Evidently of the here," shouted the infuriated preacher. carotid artery, killirig him instautly. Carlisle's Five Points. opinion that Gov. Buckner is not in the The men aeBiimed threatening attitudes, Todd then fled. Tho neighbors are 1. There is not a free coinage way of bis ambition, the Senator pays but did not fight. scouring the country after him, but ho In Oxfords, buttons and lace, and our wash and woolen dress goods. country in the world compliments, while at the that him fulsome Our Peerless hosiery, our J. B. and P. D. Corsets, our silks for shirt has not been caught at this writing. is not on a silver basis. same time, be endeavors to ridicule Gov. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Wo have later intelligence that tho waists all of which are the most complete lir.es ever offered. 2. There is not a gold stanMcCreary'a financial views, for the reaAt Winchester Monday 200 cattle young murderer was caught and is now dard country in the world today son that he feels that the governor is Goods of every line arc advancing rapidly and you should avail Bold at 33 to 4. in the bands of the Pnlaski officials. However one does not use silver as monthat mightily in his pathway. yourself of this opportunity. Sir Visto, Lord Roseberry's colt, ey along with gold. may disagree with Senator Blackburni Stanford Ahead. Our boys were "in Derby. won the English 3. There is not a Bilver stanhe is forced to admit that he is one of the bicycle and foot races at LanHot winds during the week have it" at tho dard country in the world today finest ad captandum speakers of the day. caster yesterday, as will be seen below. greatly damaged crops in Western Misthat uses any gold as money His Owenton speech, which is published dash, which The first race was a l, souri, KansaB and parte of Nebraska. along with silver. in full in Tuesday's was won by Dan Hemphill, of Nicholas- The Great American Stakes, worth i. There is not a silver stanmakes mighty interesting reading, even ville; Sbelton, of Boyle, 2d, and James $10,560 to the first horse, was won at dard country in tho world tois laden with sophistry and specious if it Saufley, of this place, 3d. There were Gravesend by J. J. McCafferty's colt Ap- M. d day that has more than pleas. e eoven starters. The race bad pelate. of tho amount of the circu. story comes from Petersburg, two starters and was won by Theo. Asa S. Bdbhnkll was nominated Gkn. The lation per capita that the United The one mile bad three starters and by the republicans for governor of Ohio that potatoes grown on the spot where a States has. over a field full of candidates, on the haunted house once stood In that vicin- was won by James Saulley. Hemphill 5. There is not a silv6r stancaptured the J mile race, which al60 had sixth ballot, at their convention at Zanea-villity are crimson in color. dard country in the world today Tuesday night. The resolutions his tobacco crop in three starters. Carter won the mile B. G. Gover sold where the laboring man receives adopted declare for a protective tariff.re-ciproclLouisville at $8 30, lugs and all thrown race over Shelton. Put Geer, of this All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing for his day's work. fair pay and free elections, and dein. He also sold to Armp Broaddua a place, won both of the foot races. Cbas. done in style. u H. Holmes was second and Dexter OF A LOCAL NATURE. nounce the democratic administration. bunch of yearling ateers at $16.50. , third in the 200 yards race, while In Prewltt & Calvert bought of Farris The currency plank is set to catch 'em Reports come that Clay will carry agwine and is about the Boyle. of fat hogs at 4 eta the 400 yards race Ballou was second. 'coming and & Whitley a car load Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have The of corn worst straddle "ever attempted. Mr. Clay will speak at Danville to- Hop Meyer Bold to them a pen "Mr. Clay," said an I. J. man to Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in an artistic at $2 50.. They bought 59 nomination of Bushnell is a big victory morrow afternoon, June 1. his work at the crib, the gentleman who is seeking tbo demofor Foraker over McKlnley. yearling steers, 400 poundB average, at 3J cratic nomination for governor, "You are MR. Hamilton College sent out 22 sweet KIELEY. EXPERIENCED PEIETER. at same to 4c and a lot of girl graduates Wednesday. charged, as you are aware, with an uncity of sensations. Lexington is a Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. At Columbia, John Tburman, who price. Advocate. reasonable hostility to corporations. How have now discovered a shortage in The apple crop is promising. Wheat did the charge originate?" "In tho first killed his brother-in-laRobert Mayo, S. G. Sharp's accounts of In Collector has a luxuriant growth. Some of the place" said the gentleman from Bourwas acquitted. $35,000. It is thought that W. r. Welsh, n corn is taking on a healthier It is said that John W. Yerkes, Esq. bon, "I regard it as an insult to iho Intelwho committed suicide not long ago and look. H. F. Rodgera has purchased ligence of a man to accuse him of such collector's office, will be the republican candidate for the who was a deputy in the about 25,000 pounds of wool at 14 cents. hostility and Legislature in Boyle. far as I am concerned got away with tho money. Col. Sharp Maria Quinlln, of Laurel county, He sold n lot of of 875 lb. cattle at 3Jc nothing is further from the truth. While cent shall be made good and Bays every who bad been quite ill for several days, Georgetown Times. in the Legislature I opposed tho repeals to protect himself and bondsmen has atswallowed a double dose of morphine tached the estate of Welsh. Lyon county went dry by 300 ma- - of laws made to keep railroads in proper and died within half an hour. check and that occasioned the cry of oppoWilliam M. Davis, of Somerset, aged There are charges of fraud in the sition to corporations. I am not opWuilb Wat Hardln1 tearing around "answering" Carlisle in a speech which SO, and very crazy, was taken through recent contest for tho democratic nomi- posed to them, most assuredly not. They doesn't answer by any means, Mr. Clay Lexington this morning to the Anchor-0- o nation for representative in Andererson are necessary to the life of our commerInsane Asylum. Leader. county. cial interests. I only want to keep them is quietly going about raking in.countiea Statistics compiled for a special edi- in proper boundsjand prevent discrimiAt Lancaster, Carrio Jones, while Hardin might have had for the inkthat Record show nation and extortion." Call and Sec Them. ing, had he not rushidBO blindly into having a tooth extracted by Dr. W, S. tion of the Manufacturers' But after all it O.Neal, died of fright. The colored pop- $107,000,000 invested in cotton mills in h free silver business. Two inches of snow fell in North- $12,000,000 additional may have been a ground hbg case with ulation is greatly worked up over the the South, with building. em Wisconsin Monday. i matter. formilla now general. the oemi-Weekly Interior Journal bus-pendo- d. Ladies and Gentlemen : SIX PAGES. uojiisillle 4jC Store Fleni-ingsbu- bo-gu- al y, Tailoring Goods, : m m - ls LOUISVILLE STORE, "Z, STAlTrOHD, Pitts-hurt- fellow-countryme- n, The Great Battle Mas- pall-bearer- s, ed QBw9'iEl?i We are the (31 ters of Prices. 15-ye- Our Perfection Shoes, HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, vi t3-da- y five-mil- e Courier-Journa- one-thir- two-mil- St. Asaph Carriage & first-class Co., Cur-rv- e. MERSHON GREER, Proprietors.' ty Bal-lo- Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. E. two-year-ol- Ex-per- M 'r ta froat-bitte- SUMMER CLOTHING . BQk, LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. n Flannel, Worsted, Luster. y H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. K --UmAu - Viii t - . CARLISLE ON FINANCE? V silver dollar Itself, would bo worth """than It Is now. for of courso If this Is not The Secretary's Speech at the to bo tho result monoy would bo no cheaper than It la now. To assort thnt tho peoplo Recent Memphis Convention. nro In dobt is simply to say that thoy have traded with each other on credit; that ono part of our fellow citizens, relying upon UPHOLDS THE EXISTING 8YSTEM. tho integrity and financial standing of their neighbors and acquaintances, havo lent thorn monoy on tlmo and sold property to them without demanding" Immediate Free Coinage of Silver Wonltl ItennU complained of had been accompayment In cash, and that in this way they Intrinsic Value of Metals Not plished, nnd If prices or wnges had fallen liavo enabled many peoplo to carry on a Determined by Legislation l'rcraent thero was ns much reason to nttrlbuto tho useful business nnd llvo In comfortablo reduction to that legislation thon as there homes who otherwlso could not hnvo dono Money Systeru rracllcally lllmetalllsin. 13 now. Ample time hnd beeu afforded for so. If It n crlmo to loud money to a Failure of Other Nation (o Maintain n It offocts, If It had nuy, upon price nnd man who wnnts to borrow It or to sell Doable Standard. wnges to bo felt, and the fact that tho in- property on credit to a man who wnnts to vestigation was not mndu tor tho purpose purchase it and has no ready money to pay Sir. President ntul Gentlemen of tlio Conof Influencing legislation upon tho silver for it, let the perjietrators lw properly punvention: question ndds to the valuo of Its results. ished, but let us not Involve tho wholo I congratulate myself uion my good country in confusion and disaster and imWatren and Cit of Living. In having tho opportunity to appear before this large nsscmblngo of southern Tho results.of tho Investigation estab- molate tho Innocent and guilty allko In If our e lish three facts which havo nn Important order to punish tho real offenders. business mon, nnd I congmtulnto tlio bearing upon tho present controversy. Tho people nro in dobt, thoy owo each othor, and of tho couth ujxin their good fortuno in being ablo to send horo so ninny real reprefirst fact established Is that tho prices of consequently about as many would bo acof tholr great Industrial ami articles of food which nro tho product of tually Injured as would bo upparcntly bensentatives tho farms, gardens, orchards and dairies efited by Railing tho obligations down to a coninicrclnl Interests. of tho country wore niraut 4 jier cent high- silver standard. Mr. President, I do not think tho ImporHo Dlntlnct Debtor Class. tance of tin question you are called to tem. er than they wero In tho year 1800, long before tho sliver legislation now complained Tho indebtedness of tho fanners, meconildcr can bo overestimated, or that tho Hut It Is contended by n largo nuimVr of; tho second is. thnt tho fall In tho chanics and other laboring classes of our gravity of tho situation can Iw overstated. of tho advocatos of prices of these farm products slnco the people, although largo lu tho aggregate, is The projwsltlon torovolutloulzoour mono-Ur- n majority of thorn froo coinage jwrliaps that the effect of their year itj(j nas been mucli less thnn tlio fall qulto small In comparison with tho wholo system nnd thus destroy the cndlt of policy would bo not to abolish tho present hence his prices will novor Increase In pro- In tho prices of tho commodities the fannIndebtedness of the great railroad and tho government nnd tho iooplo nt homo standard of valuo nnd substitute tho single portion to tho actual depreciation of tho ers havo to buy, nnd tho third is, that tho manufacturing corporations, the national And abroad, Tlolnto the obligations of nil sllvor standard In Its plaro, but that It money In which thoy nro paid. reductions In prices havo not been uni- nnd state bunks, savings Institutions, trust contracts, unsettle nil exchangeable vnluo, would establish what they call bimetallism To ill ust rato my meaning, when silver form, either as to particular articles or companies, Insurance companies, building rod u co the wngos of lalxr, expel capital Is worth 00 cents per ounce, tlio bullion groups of articles, and therefore cannot lw associations and other organizations enfrom our country nnd seriously obstruct nnd a doubla Mandurd. I confess my Inato understand what U really meant contained In a silver dollar Is worth 40.4 nttrlbuted to one nnd tho samo cause to gaged in iluanclnl and commercial entertho trado of our peoplo among themselves bilitydouble standard or measure of valuo. cents, but if tho prlco of sllvor should ad- tho appreciation of gold, for lnstauco. prises. Theso various o'inlzjitlons aro inand with tho jieoplni of other countries Is by a Idea Is Incomprehensible to my mind vance to 03 cents per ounce tho valuo of Tho conclusion Is inevitable that various debted to tho people to tho extent of many ono which challenge tho Intelligent patri- Tho the bullion contained in a silver dollar lnOuences havo operated to produce thoMi billions bf dollars, nnd white It is truo otism nnd commercial honor of every man becnubo I cannot connelvo how It Is possl-bito havo two different legal nnd author-Itatlvwould bo 48 cents, an Increase of over 8 changes In prices, some affecting ono group thnt many of tho peoplo aro also Indebted to whom It U address!. No matter what measures of tho same thing In uso percent. Now, tho prlco of cotton or wheat of articles nnd some nnothcr nnd doubtless to them their debtors and creditors are not may bo tho real purpose and motives of will not rlso In projwrtlon to tho deprecia- somo nffoctlng nil, but to no ono Influonco tho samo persons, and therefore the debts those who make tho proxwltlon to legallzo nt the name tlmo as, for Instance, n pound 10 tion of tho dollar In which It Is to bo raid enn tho wholo result bo attributed. Cotton cannot bo set off against cach other nnd tho froo and unlimited coinage of silver nt weighing or ounce nml n pound weighing 8 ounces, only half as much, and both thnt is, tho purchaser for export will not and wheat aro tho commodities most fre- extinguished in that way. I deny that the ratio of 10 to 1, theMjure tho pay for It ot tho rato of 40 cents for quently referred to by those who contend thero Is any such thing as a distinct "debtInvolve! In their scheme, nnd, In declared by Inw to lw legal pounds. I agreo entirely with General Jackson's secretary each dollar whon sllvor Is worth 00 cents that tbo fall In prices is duo to the appreci or class" In this country, for, whllo nearly niy opinion, they cannot bo avoided If it of tho treasury, who said, "Tlio proposian ounce, bcoauso ho knows that Bllvcr ation of gold, but thero is nothing what every ono owes 6omo debts, lnrgo or small, should be adopted. In nopart of tho coun may rlso to 01 or 03 cents per ounce boforo ever in tlio methods of producing those ar- nearly every ono has also sonio debts owing try will tho consequences of such n policy tion tluit there enn Iwbut ono standard, lu ho win sell tho product nbrond and get his ticles, or In transporting or scllina them. to him In other words, ho Is both debtor prove moro Injurious to thnmnterlnl Inter-ci- fact. Is self evident." Tho proposition to money for It, and ho knows that If tills or In tho character of tho money received and creditor. of tho people than In thu undeveloped establish and maintain two different of value to Ui In uso nt tho samo time, happens tho gold ho receives nbrond cannot tor them, which would mako tho appreciaTho laboring peoplo, as a general rule, nnd progressive south. 1m applied to thu namo thing at tho bo exchanged for ns mnny silver dollars ns tion of gold affect their prices mora than It owo very llttlo nt nny one time, whllo their Tlio world has never witnessed n grander nnd to ho paid tho producer hero. Ho will not would affect the prices of other commodi- employers are nlwnys Indebted to them, axhlbltlun of courage nnd fortltudo than samo time, emtodlc n physical nnd metatuko all this risk upon himself, but will ties produced by our people. becauso wages aro not paid In advance, wo presented hero wlicn n defeated nnd physical absurdity, and this Is so evident compel tho producer to bear It by receiving In addition to tho various causes which and, besides, many of them havo small do-- ' impoverished people, without money or tlint the ablest thinkers nnd writers upon subject Imvc 1kcu at last forced to abana less prlco for his cotton or wheat, and havo moro or less affected tho prices of all posits in saving and other banks, In trust credit nnd aim out destitute of tho tools tho this argument applies with equal force to articles, tho prices of theso two products companies, In building associations, nnd nnd Implement necessary to tho perform-Anc- o don It. Valuo will nlwnys lw measured by tho all other article. It is Impossible to esti- havo been seriously affected by tlio enor- largo numbers of them liavo their lives Inof mnnual labor, went uncomplainmate accurately tho amount of loss which mous lncreaso in their production slnco sured forthobenofitof their wives and chilingly to work to reestablish their social kind of money In actual circulation, no this would Inflict upon tho American pro- - tho year 1872, which was tho last crop year dren, and consequently they aro creditors order, renew tholr commercial relations mntter what tho Inw may declare, nnd uueers or oxjiortablo products, but It would preceding tho legislation In regard to sil- of tho banks and tho Insurance compaulos. nnd rvcoustrlct their Industrial system, therefore If tho freo and unlimited coinage Tho savings bank depositors lu this and 1 am unwilling to iwllnvo that tho of silver nt thorntloof lOto 1 should drlvo premium. If this should Iki tho result, tho undoubtedly bo very great, as tho vnluo of ver. Tho production of cotton In this saino people can nowlw so discouraged by out fcold and sulwtltuto silver and paper freo coinage of silver would not for n long our exports of domotlo merchandise is country in 1S73 3 was 9,074,351 bales, con- country lost year numbered 4,777,087, and a teniorary bunlne depression, or mi redeemable In silver In Its ploco wo time ndd anything whatever, oven noml nearly ?8 0,000,000 per annum, nnd a taining nn avemgo of 439 pounds not tho wives and children of tho depositors who depended upon theso accumulated moved by apwal to their prejudices, that should hnro a single silver standard and nnlly, to our stock of money. On tho con- small jierceutage upon this largo sum weight, whllo tho production in 1893-they will hastily resort to new ntul hazard- actual silver monometallism. Instead of trary, tho Immcdlato offect of such a policy would very mnterlally affect tho Incomes was 7,549,817 bales, containing nn nvcrngo earnings for future support doubtless numof 474 pounds net weight, or an incroaso bered 10,000,000 hiore. There wore 1,025,-34- 0 ous experiment with tho currency In using Itoth gold and tdhcr, as wo do now, would Ikj a contraction to tho oxtont of of our producers. depositors in tho nutiotial banks lost of our present volumo of It is argued that tho existing standard oi nearly L'oo tier cent In this countrr which nil their transactions must Iw con In larger amounts than ever before In our fully history, we should Instantly expel tho currency by tho expulsion of about 1 of vnluo ought to bo obandoned because alone, besides tho great Increoso that has year, and 1,724,077 of thoiii had deposits ducted. In gold, and it would require more slnco 1873 prices of commodities havo fall- taken placo in competing countries, nnd ot )es than $1,000 each, whUo stato and I do not charge that our fellow citizens mow valuable metal from tho country and tho production hero was much prlvato banks and loan and trust com who propose torovolutlonlzaour monetary make tlio other tho solo basis of our cur- than 15 year to supply its pluco with sli- en, and will continuo to fall, if tho stand- in 1891-system by n sudden chango In tho stand- rency. Wo havo now practical bimetallism ver dollars, even It our mints coined noth- ard is maintained, bo that it ha been, larger, bclm nearly 10,000,000 bales. Ac- panies held doposlts for 1,430,038 people. tho uo of both metals as money. Wo ing cUo. and will coutlnuo to bo, moro and moro cording to tho statistics of tho agricultural Tho building and loan associations had ard of vnluo rrnlly desire to seo tho busiA Revolutionary Policy. difficult each succeeding year to pay debts; department, tho production of wheat In nearly 2,000,000 members, aU of whom ness of tho country ruined or even Injured should have then practical monometallism the "All who havo lccn or may lw Induced that this fall In tho priced of nil commod-itlor- t this country in 1873 was 249,097,100 bush- had paid tholr money In as required by tho or that thoy Imllovo nuy Injurious conse- This Isuso of only ono metal as money. neither Kcculatlon nor prophooy, to givo their support to this revolutionary is attributable to tho nppreclntion of els, nnd In 1394, 400,207,410 bushels, or rules of tho body to which thoy belonged. quences would follow tlio adoption of their but a conclusion based on fact established policy, upon thoassuranoo that It policy; but, In my judgment, thu result givo gold, nnd that tho appreciation in tho valuo nearly twice as much, and thero has also Here, then, nro about 81,000,000 of "our will would bo most disastrous to tho material by tho experience of all nations in all agc. tho country more mouov for uso in tho of gold has been caused by tho alleged de- boon nn enormous lncrcaso of production people, generally poor or at least peoplo of In order ro nllmlmtto all irrelevant mat- transaction of business, will bo greatly monetization of silver in Germany in 1871 In competing countries. But, gentlemen, moucrato means, who naro given credit to Interests of nil tho people in every part of simplify argument, allow mo disappointed, for they will find, whon it is aud 1873, tho omission of tho standard sll- notwithstanding tho great lncrcaso in tho theso great corporations and companies, tho oouutry, nnd therefore I shall appeal to ter nnd exactly tho thi" what proportion now too lato, that lnstendof having mora mon- vor dollar from tho colnngu of tho United production of cotton and whoat, horo and andv In my opinion, It would bo a grievous thorn carefully to review tho grounds upon to state pending beforo thapcoplo is: It is proposed oy thoy will havo loss, and wrong to adopt any policy which would which their opinions havo been formed that It will bo States In 1873, and tho suspension of tho lu other countries, and tho consequent in their, prices, a given quantity of deprlvo them of tho legal right to demand It Is too Into to correct n possible mis- that tho L'nlted State, without tho co op- depreciated In vnluo besides. Tho intro- coinage of sliver by Franco in 1870. It is take upon a subject of such supremo Im- eration or assistant) of nny other duction into tho currency of n country of true that tho prices of many thing havo either of them will uow purchaso In our and receive just as good monoy as thoy provide by law thntjOl tho silver any kind of money portance to themselves nnd to their posternbout which there Is fallen slnco 1873, but it is truo, also, that own markets and in tho markets abroad a parted with when thoy mado the doposlts bullion, or foreign silver colnsihnt may bo tho least doubt will always opernto to tho prices of many things had fallon long largor ehnro of mnny other useful com- - Lin the banks or paid tho premiums on thel ity. presented at tho mint by Individuals or drive out tho Hamo amount, or boforo that date. Tlio assertion that tho modules than It would havo, purchased in lnsuranco policies. Tho liard earned sav- Some HUtorlcal Farts. corporations, foreign or domosllo, bo samo amount, of better money, nbout tho fall in prices since 1873 is duo to tho ap- 1873 or 1873, so that, in fact,1 as compared logs of tho poor ought not to bo sacrificed Before proceeding to tho discussion of tho coined, at tho publlo oxpenso, Intoshall and thus preciation of gold sliver leave tho pooplo with substantially tho alono is based upon tho with many other things, tho values of cot to tho avarice of tho wealthy mlno owners main question presented !t may lx advan- dollars, ratio of 10 to 1 with gold or tho ambition of aspiring politicians, and tageous to state ns briefly as possible n few thnt Is, at tlio 10 pounds of silver shall be umo volumo of currency they had at tho Assumption that tho relations between ton ana wheat havo appreciated. that supply nnd demand havo not chnnged, that li tho pooplo who havo a substantial InterSnpply and Demand. admitted or well established facts having considered equal In valuo to ono pound of beginning. Tlio not providing for the of silver bullion nnd the issue of le- there has been no diminution of tho cost of Tho ono thing which ha been loss af- est In tho welfare of the country and a Just an Important lwcirlng upon It From tho gold, and tho weights of tho coins shall bo production earliest time gold and silver havo been adjusted accordingly and thnt the coins gal tender treasury not In paymont for it cilities for and distribution, that tho fa- fected by tho changes In tho relation be- appreciation of their responsibilities as citeffecting financial exchanges tween supply nnd used as money, not because there was nt so made at tho publlo expense shall bo de- was passed on tho 14th dny of July, 1890, demnnd, by improve- izens will exert their proper Influence in improved, nnd, In brief, ments in tho methods of tho beginning any law declaring them to livered to tho ownrrsof tho bullion, or for- and tho purchasing clntwo of that act was havo not hoeu has production nnd publlo affairs this great wrong can nevor made no progress In distribution nnd by tho othor Influences bo perpotruted. rwpoftlcd Pov. 1, 1808. Whllo it remained that tho world bo monoy, but lwcause, by reason of their eign silver coins, as tho case may bo, tno Preserve the Standard of Value. limited nnd regular supply, their great all tha people of tho United State, but and in force United Stntos treasury notes wero cial conduct or Us industrial and commer which produce fluctuations in prices of operations for moro than SO years. Issued to tho amount of 1165,031,003, nnd Mr. President, but llttlo remains for mo valuo a compared with other things In commodities generally is labor, nnd It Is olso, shall lo compelled by law to Kflect of Labor Sarins Machinery. there were many pooplo who believed thnt by far tho most important singlo 6ourco of to say before bringing theso remarks to a proportion to weight nnd bulk nnd their them as dollars of In tho This assumption is so inconsistent with Income possessed by our pooplo, a much conclusion. It Is not my purpose to dls durability, they wore moro stablo and con- payment of dobu duo tofull value. their this was making a material and permathem from s venient thnn any othercommodlty as own fellow citizens and from tho citizens nent addition to tho volume of our cur- well known oconomlo nnd historical facts larger amount being expended ovcry year cuss upon this occasion the various propo rency, but tho official records show that that It soema scarcely worth whllo to givo In tho payment of wages than for nny oth- sitions which liavo boon madu from tlmo of valuo In making exchanges. Conor subjects of countries. It Is sequently these metals were used as money proi)oiyl that other citizens or subjects not during tho samo tlmo tho not nxports of it a serious consideration. Reductions lu or ono purpose Tho cost of labor In tho to tlmo for tho improvement of our bankthe of gold from thl country amounted 'to tho prices ot commodities nro generally manufacturing and mechanical Industries ing system or for the retirement of United by common consent of tho peoplo far cen- other countries, with whom our pooplo that tho real addition to our duo to so many different causa that it is alone during tho census year 1889 was $3,- - States notes, becauso the questions involvturies before there wns any law upon tho trade, shall be compelled to receive those possible to ascertain tho subject or nny coins In existence, Thoy hllvor dollars In their transactions with circulation accomplished by tho lssuo of scarcely-ove283,210,639, which was nearly times ed in them are so Important and so largo nearly 1160,000,000 of now notes was of their scporato Influences. I pre- tha valuo of nil tho wheat and cotton pro-- that thoy cannot be properly considered In passed by weight, nnd their values in ef- us, txcauso that can bo done only by Inter about $63,600,000 during n period of moro sume, however, that oven tho . ..... la . ilnAA.1 In will fecting exchange were determined by the national agreement, and our Impatient mot anient UULUU lu ll.l VUUIliry, UUU IS WO auU tO ' nmnnnt Inn nitu ilin Oliujwip aA val.ll. 1117 U miuuhiiuu il mu naililiiA lu mjiuil than three years. Tho more annrohonston advocate of freo colnngo would bo willing this tho amounts paid for farm labor, for tlmo has been devoted. We havo an quantity of pure metal contained In each free coinage friends declare tholr determipiece. Koch metal had a distinct vnluo of nation to proceed at once Independently of that tho government would not bo nblo to to admit that tho Invention and use of lannd other work in morcantllo cs-- ! dauco of money In this country for nil tho Its own, nnd when It wan used In trado all other governments. All who nro In- maintain tho parity of tho two metals un- bor saving mnchluory, tho extension of our tabllshments, for domestic service ntul for purposes of trade, nnd tho dlsturbnnces der the policy Inaugurated by that act railroad systems, the improvement of our work on railways of all kinds, on water und hard times of 1893 and 1894 wero not neither tho buyer nor Miller troubled him- debted to u are, therefore, to havo self alwut tho ratio between it nnd tho oth- privilege of paying in slher, whllo nil tho not only discredited tho now treasury notes waterways and tho great reductions In tho craft, on street and othor Improvements caused by a scarcity or contraction of tho to themselves, but tho wholo volumo of our rates for carrying freight, tho employment In tho cities, er metal. and in tho many other occu- currency, but by a contraction of credit rewhom wo shall becomo Indebted are to The laws of trndo fixed nnd regulated have tho privilege of requiring us to pay currency, and gold went out about as fast of stoaihshlps, tho uso of tho telegraph on pations which givo employment to our peo- sulting from a lossot coiifldonco In tho staas tho uow notes came in. tho laud and under tho sea, tho application ple, wo would havo a sum almost, If not bility and valuo of our currency. tho actual and relative values of both In gold. So far as tho moro volumo of our curWhllo, therefore, it is not at all certain of electricity In tho production of light, quite, equal to tho valuo of all our agriculmetal In the purchase nnd sale of other llelatlve Value or Gold and Sliver. that freo colnngo would ultimately mako bent and power, tho utilization of by prod- tural products. It Is evident, therefore, rency Is concerned, wo had then nnd havo commodities, Just as they do now. They Measured by their purchasing power In any considerable addition to our circulaucts which wero formerly wnstcd, tho In that if the alleged depreciation of gold now nn ample supply for nil noccssnry purbad been used as money Mvenil centuries before nuy government undertook, by roy- thu markets of the world, which Is tho only tion, It Is absolutely certain that it would troduction of moro economical methods In nlono has caused a reduction of prices, tlio poses, but under tho existing system it is al proclamation or statute law, to establish real test, tho relative valuo of sliver bul- givo us a depreciated and fluctuating cur- tho processes of production, tho wonderful wages of lalwr, tho greatest commodity in not properly distributed and is not suffi a ratio lotwccu tluyn, and when this char- lion to gold bullion Is about 83 to 1 that rency, and tho question Is whothcr tho pro- ndvnnco mado by our laborers in skill nnd tho market, shouhl havo fallon slnco 1873, ciently elastic to meet all tho changing reacter of legislation was first begun tho Is, It requires In nil countries, silver stand-ari- l ducers of cotton, wheat, corn, beef, pork, efficiency, tho greatly reduced rates of in nut oxactly tho reverse Is true. The In quirements of business at different periods countries as well as gold standard oil, lard, cheoso and other exportable ar- terest i Id for tho UbO of capital, and mnny vestlgatlons of this subject by the sub ot tho year. The United States should go publlo authorities did not attempt to establish new values or new ratios, but ac- countries, nbout 83 pounds of silver bul- ticles will be benefited or injured by such othor tilings which it would require much committee covered a period of 68 years and entirely out of tho banking business by a result. It is an axiom lu trade that tho tlmo toouuinomtoandoxplaln, liavo affect- embraced all tho occupations In which onr tho withdrawal ot Its arbitrary and comcepted those nlrcndy fixed by tho laws of lion to procure tho samo quantity of comtrade nnd the custom of merchants. Coins modities that ono pound of gold bullion priced of oxportablo products are fixed In ed prices in some measure, at least, and peoplo wero engaged, and tho fact, unani- pulsory Issues of notes and afford the peowill procure, and therefore tho proposition tho foreign market where tho surplus Is yet they Ignore all those great influences in mously found, was that, although 13 years plo an opportunity to supply their own curwere made, not for tho purpose of attemptsold and ore fixed In tho currency of thnt tholr argument upon tlio subject and at- had elapsed since the sllvor legislation, tho rency based upon their own means and ing to ndd anything to tho Intrinsic or ex- to authorize tho freo nnd unlimited of silver Into full legal tender money country according to lta nominal valuo tribute tho lower prices of commodities to wages of labor wero higher than in 1873 or credit, thus enabling every community to changeable valuo of tho metal contained ages wore found to be nearly 61 utilize Its own resources whon nocessary 183. in thorn, but for tho purposo of attesting, nt tho ratio of 10 to I moans, under exist there. If sold In England, for Illustration. a singlo alleged and inadequate cause by publlo authority, Its weight and purity, ing conditions, that tho Intrinsic valuo of tho prices nro fixed nnd paid in pounds, tho opproclation of gold. I presume, also, percent higher than In 1800, which was and adjust tho circulation from time to thus avoiding tho delay nnd uncertainty the sliver dollar shall only bo half, or about shillings and pence, and not In dollars and that our froo coinage friends will admit 13 years before tho sllvor legislation, and tlmo to tho actual doxuands of legitimate resulting from the practice of weighing half, the intrinsic vnluo of tho gold dollar. cants, and, consequently, It makes uo dif- that if tho chnngo In prices hns boon caused moro than 8 per cout higher than in 1873, commorco. In what way thU shall bo accomplished each piece as It passed from ono to another. My own opinion Is that, after wo had pos9. ference to tho foreign purchaser what kind entirely by tho appreciation of gold, tho whon that legislation was ndopted. Tho nrgumont that tho reduction of is a question which ha already engaged That tho coinage of tho metals does not cd a certain limit, tho moro silver dollars of currency tho producer has at homo. reduction would havo affected an things now add anything to thou actual vnluo In wo coined tho less thoy would bo, worth, Tho character or valuo of tho currenoy In nllko, because It cannot bo donied that, in prices is duo to tho appreciation of gold is tho serious attention of the people and tho commercial world is conclusively becauho tho Inflation Itself would still fur- uso In the producing country does not af- tho nbsenco ot othor Influences, gold must necessarily based upon tho furthor assump- publlo authorities, and it will no doubt proved by tho facts that, la all tho groat ther diminish their purchasing power. fect the prlco of tho artlclo abroad to any boar tho samo relation to tho price of ono tions that tho legislation in regard to sil- continuo to be investigated and discussed transactions between tho pooplo of differ-tin- t Such legislation by tho United States alono oxtont whatever, for tho purchaser there artiolo that it boars to tho prlco of another. ver has produced a scarcity of redemption until a plan is formulated which, It not countries, tho coins aro accepted only would not reduce tho valuo of tho gold dol- trades in his own market and uses his own But wo do not find that tho prices of all or motnlllo money In tho world, and that perfect, will at least havo tho merit of bething have been reduced lu tho samo pro- prices are fixed and regulated by the ing a groat improvement upon tho existing nt tholr bullion valuo, determined by tholr lar to any extent whatever, because, as al- currency In measuring valuo. Tho establishment of a silvor standard portion, nor do wo find that tho priced of amount of audi money In circulation or system. actual weight nnd fineness, and that bul- ready statml, tho valuo of that metal In available for circulation. Nelthor of thoso In tho meantlmo our highest duty is to lion Itself Is still used in making pay- commercial tronsoetlons all over tho world hore could not possibly increase tho price all tilings havo In fact been reduced. estimated according to Its weight and of cotton or wheat or any othor American In 1801, 1893 and part of 1893 I had tho assumptions Is justified by the facts. Tho proservo tho present standard ot value, ments, just as It was thousand of years maintain tho parity ot the two motals, and ago. Whatever effect legislation upon tho fineness nnd wlllcontlnuoto bo so estimat- product in Liverpool, London, Paris or honor to sorvo on a subcommlttco charged policy of maintaining, or rather attemptratios, in connection with legal tender ed, nnd consequently tho only way In Uerlln, whatever effect It might havo upon by the seuuto of tho United States with ing to maintain, the so called double keep nil tho money In circulation among laws, may havo hod upon tho uso of tho which this country alono could dlinlnlnh tho nominal prlco In this country. If our tho duty ot ascertaining tho course of prices Btandard never succeeded In keeping so tho people, whother it bo gold and silver two metals In tho payment of antecedent tho vnluo of Its gold dollar would bo to re- monetary system wore so changod that It and wages ot labor for as long a period as largo an amount of full legal tendor silver colus, or paper based upon thorn, equal in in circulation In tho world as there Is nt purchasing power, so that no discriminadebts, It has never had the slightest offect duce tho weight of tho pure metal contain- would require $3 to purchaso hero the authentic records would onablo us to samo quantity of commodities that f 1 will in our investigation, and nftcr a this tlmo, and ono of the principal reasons tion will or can be made between thoso upon the actual or relatlvo values of. tbo ed In it. Tho attempt to coin tho two metals with purchaso now, it would not affect tho valuo most thorough and Impartial examination for this is that the effect of tho policy was who rccolvo silver or paper and thoso who two metals In national or International or purchasing power of the English pound ot tho subject a report was mado which to drlvo first tho coins of ono metal and rocelvo gold. r trado. For mnny centuries, oven after tho out limit a to amount Into full legal A great government should do nothing money and keep both In circulation at sterling, tho French frnno or German fills four largo volumes and embodies a thon tho coins of tho other Into the coffers commerce of tho world had grown to enormous proportions, tbo propriety of making tho same time has Ikou made by nearly ev- mark In tho least. Tho only offect would mass of Information upon those subjects ot tho hoarders or Into thu melting pots to discredit its own obligations or diminish any given quantity of bullion or any par- ery civilized nation In tlio world and has bo that tho exchango would bo doubled, which cannot bo found In any other offi- becauso they wore undoralucd lu tho coln- the value of tho money In the hands of Its ticular coin a legal tender was not even failed In oery ono of them. It has failed and tho pound sterling, instead of be- cial form. As to tho courso of prices and ngo laws nnd would not remain In use as citizens, nor should the pooplo ot a great country ever consent to tho adoption of a suggested, and up to tho present tlmo there because In every Instance It has loon found ing worth $4,800 in our currency, as wages tho commtttoo was unanimous, money. One of tho most effectivo arguments policy, through experimental financial legImpossible to establish and maintain a le- it Is now, would bo worth $0,733, and though th ore wero difference of opinion is no legal tender In international trado. gal ratio corresponding nt nil times with whon our pooplo wanted to mako a remit-tanc- o among tho members as to tho causes thnt mado by tho advocates of freo coinage, in islation or otherwlso, which would vitiate Coin In the United States. to pay a debt nbrond thoy would had from tlmo to tlmo produced tho somo parts of the country at least, tho obligations of their contracts, Interrupt tho Intrinsic or commercial ratio between Although wo havo tho gold standard, or tho two metals contained in the coins, and havo to pay twice as much in our money changes. Tho prices of many articles aud tho people are lu debt, mid that Itis that tho regular course of tholr business and is measure of value, In this country, our ac- bocnuso whenever either of tho metals was for the samo number of pounds as they tho wages of labor In many occupations duty of tho government to relievo them tho dostroy tho foundations upon which their by tual stock of gold bullion nnd coin amounts undervalued relatively to tho other In tho pay now, whllo the foreigner who wanted wore ascertained during each year as far such legislation ns will enable them to pro- industrial and commercial systems havo to only about of our actual cupurposes of com- cure cheap money for tho purpose of dis- been constructed. The spirit of cousorra-tls1840, and was expelled from tho coun- to mako a remittance to pay dobt horo rrencya condition of uffalrs which would coinage laws It persisted in tho attempt for Would pay only half as much ina his" monoy back as the prices for tho of commodities and tho charging their obligations, nnd In support parison is still strong among our people, and, try. Knglnnd liavo been lnconcolvnblo a fow centuries nearly 600 In tho year 1800 wero adopt- of this argument the most exaggerated notwithstanding the delusive promises and notwithstanding tho for tho samo number of dollars as ho pays wages of ago. Wo havo nbout 10526,000,000 lu gold, enactment years, aud severe penal statutes now. But tbo exchange would bo In a con- ed as tho labor ftatcment.s ure mrvlo as to tho depressed selfish appeals thnt aro now largely Influstandard. of most 307,053,873 in full legal tender sllvor, Tho sufficiency of tho reasons for select- und suffe-ln- g encing their pplnlons In somo parts of tho Against tho exportation of coins or bullion stant state of fluotuntlou. just as it has rumlition of our 1840,081,000 In old United States noted, was at last forced to abandon thu effort been between Great Britain and India on ing tlint year rather than any other will Wago earners and other producingfarmers. classes. countryi the truth will ultimately prevail 1140,084,471 In treasury notes Issued In There were This argument concedes that and havo no doubt of the result when tho Franco, la locount of tho changes In tho prices of sil- cot, I think, bo questioned. the purchase of sllvor bullion, 1209, 7 IV and adopt tho single standard. of tho two ver from day to day, and the American bo groat fluanolal or othor disturbances iroposcu system or free coinage undor tho limeItor unai aciion comes. liur efforts to keep the coin at tho ra- 1m-por- ts 0, for-tun- o iwo-pi- bank notes nnd 170,109,-COIn subsidiary sllvor coin, making In nil $1, 801, 707,703, oxcluslvo of tho minor coins, nnd every dollar of this vast voltimo of currency Is kept equal In vnluo to tho itandard established by Inw, so that every Ainu who receives n silver dollar or paper dollar In exchango for his products, or In satisfaction of a debt, get Just as good a dollar as tho man who receives gold. This Is the monetary system and this Is tho financial condition which tho advocates of free coinage at tho ratio of 10 to 1 now proviso to ruviilutlonlzo at once by a chango in tho standard of vnluo, so Hint tho wholo mass of circulation left for tho uso of tho Icoplu would 1h) reduced to alwut f tho purchasing iwwcr It ha now, or, In other words, so that It would require nbout double tho amount of currency that Is now to twrform tho samo service In tho exchange of commodities. Hut the con summation of Htioh n jKilloy wouirrproduco results moro fnrrenchlug nnd disastrous tlian tho moro reduction of the standard of vnluo because, for a loin time at least. credit, which constitutes by far tho most .Important factor lu our financial and transactions, would lo substantially destroyed by tho confusion and uncertainty necessarily following nucha great and sudden chango In our monetary sysO ouo-hnlcom-merlcal 860 In nal'.onnl y o o oouro-quon- o ti mens-ure- rt metals In circulation nt tlwFamo time, chnnged tho log'! ratio between them moro than 160 times In a single century, nnd dually, In 187(1. finding that gold wns leaving her, and that In ten years her net of sliver had amounted to 1280,000,-00stopped the colnngo of legal tender silver, nnd for 10 years tho nttempt ban been abandoned In that country. Many other nations In Europe and other parts of tho world havo subjected their people to great low and oxpenso by their adherence to monetary system based upon tho theory that n duublo standard could bo maintained, but In no cao havo they succeeded in keeping the coins of thotwomct-n- l In use at the samo tlmo, except for very short 'Mjrlods. Our own country Is not without experience upon this subject, nnd tho results hero wero Just tho some os they havo been everywhere else. rrevlou Monetary It would bo n useless consumption of tlmo to go Into n detailed account of tho monetary legislation of this and other coun tries, or to show at length how It affected tho movements and uso of tho two metals by Its repeated failures to conform tho ratio to tho actual commercial ratio lotwoen them. Tlio great and important fact conclusively established by tho history of thnt lrglslaton and Its effects upon tho circulation of tho coins of tlio two metals Is that whenovcr ono of them Is overvalued relatively to tho other In tho coinage taws, with freo coin-ag- o or coinage ujon equal terms, and both are mado legal tender, tho coins of tho un dervalued metal will bo driven out of circulation and out of uso as money In tho country where tho unequal valuation Is made. Tho reokons for this are perfectly plain. Both being legal tenders, tho least valuable coins will always bo used In making jinyments and will becomo tho Was-ure- s of valuo In tho exchango of commodities, nnd consequently tho moro valuablo coins will bo hoarded or sent out of the country Into a market whero tholr real valuo will lw recognized. Now, as thld Is Just what lias always occurred nt least in modem tlmo, when commercial relations between different cotintrieri aro bo Intimate and tho means of transportation nro so rapid and cheaj) even when tho undervaluation or ovorvol-untlo- n nmounted to only I or a per cent, I think wo nro fully Justified In concluding thnt if tho United States nlone should adopt tho policy of froo nnd unlimited coin-ag- o of legal tender silver ot tho ratio of 10 to 1, which would bo an overvaluation of that metal to tho amount of 100 per cent, nil tho gold In tho country would bo Immediately hoarded or exported or bo hold uh n commodity by speculators engaged In tlio business of buying and selling It nt a I ti-Ulatlo- n. lo-g- al producer would bo compelled to pay for tho risk taken on account of tho fluctuations by receiving n less price for Ids cotton, wheat, ljcof and othor article. The fanners nnd planters do not export their own products, but they sell them nt homo to somebody olso who send them abroad, and If tho exchango Is steady and tho money In which ho Is to pay for tho products has n fixed vnluo relatively to tho monoy In uso In tho country where ho expects to sell thorn, the purchaser hero can afford to pay tho highest prlco that would leavo him n readonablo margin of profit In view of tho conditions oxlotlng In tho market nbrond. In other words, ho has to Incur but ono risk the posslblo fn II in tho prlco of tho products nhrond but If tho currency hero depreciated nnd fluctuating, if our money hns no fixed and certain value relatively to tho money In uso abroad whero ho expects to sell tho products, thero Is on additional risk to lw Incurred which will havo great Influence In determining tho prlco ho enn afford to pay tho producer. The Troducer Mtut l'ar. In addition to tho risk of a fall In tho prlco of tho products abroad, ho must Incur the risk of n rise In tho price of silver between tho tlmo of his purchase and tho tlmo when ho receive tho proceeds of his sale, for If silver rises in tho meantime ho may not got back n many dollars ns ho paid out. Tho producer must pay for both of theso risks by receiving a smaller prlco for his commodities, and 1 during thnt year, buslncs wns l"n a normal condition In nil jwirts of tho country, no changes had nxm mado In tho monetary systems of tlio world for many yenrs, the United States was using gold as tho measure of value, Just a It Is now, except that thore was no legal tender silver In circulation as there Is now, tho jieoplo were prosporou, and tho prices of commodities nnd tho wages of labor wero fairly tuljust-ewith relation to each other. At- tho time when this Investigation was made nil tho legislation In regard to silver now d ly Mo or l'fl to 1 rencv In uso br tho people, all tlio vnrlotl kinds of cur- - Ingtha -. 4i 1 4-- I I 4 one-thir-d 035,-000,0- 5 J bo-fo- re do-cll- govern-ment,slia- ll , pur-chas- o no-Inn- ly ro-oel- moos-tiro- r ox-te- nt 8i 1 1 a abun-cleric- coin-ag- o 1 cm-brac- o ton-do- ono-thlr- d m '1 J t y wants me. I cannot wash tho stain off of my hands. 1 am constantly afraid Hi'W Ho Wni Drlvon by Fato to that some relative of that man will kill Mat 31, '1895 3rANFonD. Kr., Kill a Man. mc I cannot sleep. I cannot get employment. The world has no use for a rteen Itotnt-i- l fcj Tbelr murderer." He was a prey to fear all Men Who nv VV. T. WALTON. tho time, nnd worried himself into a Lots for I.tqnor Crowd the rrtnl sick bed. Consumption came to him as Institutions of the Distho result of mental anxiety, and ho trict of Colombia. dosewing. Plain died last week. Ho wns buried in potCTUMMf Wanted, tapreferr d. Mm. C l U Garmrnts Special Washington Lcttcr.l ter's field, without a friend. Whisky CRAIG, near Danville tol. gate, Stanford, Kj. J During a visit to tho jail of this city did it. on one occasion I met a peculiar characFrank Word was one of the foremost vrSr'ry ter who was waiting trial for wife mur- citizens of this city. Ho began lifo as der. He was afterward convicted, but a milkman, carrying milk in cans from was sent to the penitentiary for life, In- house to house, no worke'd hard, and stead of being hanged. In court he finally bought a horso and wagon. He told tho judge that he wanted to hang, was prospered, and bought n score ol and was anxious to die. He told we his wagons. Ills dairy was a perfect gold mine, nnd he grew rich. He established dairy lunch rooms in every section oi the city. Then he developed a passion for strong drink. Ho wns seldom sober, and yet never too drunk to attend to the supervision of his business. l Ono night, three years ago, he killed a man in a saloon. Wealth, and the sympathy of hosts of friends who had . means so much more than known of his successful struggle in you imagine serious and life, and superior lawyers, secured his. fatal diseases result lrom acquittal. Ho tried to resume business; ' triflincr ailments neglected, i but the shadow of tho crime was always . i . . . ." . over him. One night last winter, ho 1 Don t play. with Nature s threw himself In front of an electrlo r greatest gilt health. car, and was Instantly killed. He found that there was no room in society It you are recline; 1 or a murderer. Whisky did it. Whisky out of sons, weak J ana generally exmade a murderer of Frank Ward. hausted, nervous, Ono year ago there was a murderer have no appetite ; and can't work, confined In the coll which Frank Ward begin at once takhad occupied. He did not escape jusing the most reliable strengthening tice. This entire city was stirred to medicine,vrhichis tho highest pitch of excitement over . nit. t IT VA9 11A.HU .U ENDURE. i. his crime. Public sentiment was, too ters. A lew bot- ties cure Dcneni Btorv but would not tell It In court. strong to be overcome. Howard comes from the Two of the jail officials were also told Schneider was a son of wealthy par very first dose it u won't stain wur his story in confidence, and It was nover ents, well educated, handsome, and ttttk, and It's made public. According to notes taken with every Inducement In life to bo uppleasant to take. at tho time, the man said: "I was born right and happy. He married the and bred In a Christian family. My fa- daughter of an excellent gentleman, ther was a preacher, and educated mo but his conduct was such that his young himself. I was graduated In law, and wife could not live with him. He spent f Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver also studied medicine. I was not his time with sporting men, nnd inNeuralgia, Troubles, pleased with cither' profession, but dulged in strong drink. One Sunday r wr..j.....w..r U... "" - fstnctiivitlnn Rid ninnl wanted to become a merchant. I had evening, inspired by the demon of the Nervous ailments Malaria. no means with which to start In busi still, he met his wife and her brother Women's complaints. f ness, SO i uecamo ll ihxjkkcvik:!, uuu before their own home, ns they were n nnlv ll hascrossed red f was engaged in that occupation when I coming from church. There, almost lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-came to Washington seeking employ- before tho eyes of their parent, who On receipt of two ic. stamps we f avoid becoming were sitting in their parlor, heshotund will send set of Ten Beautiful World's V Pair View and honk free, r ment. I camo hero to murderer. killed her brother and mortally BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. 'That may surprise you; but it Is a wounded his wife. She and her unborn AufcAaAiAwAiAAAtfAi fact. I had three children, little girls. JEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL TOLD BY A CONVICT. havolost on that account. Nobody DOCKET -- 0K- !I! 1S8&5 Reliable Process TaBBBle5saBiss3 -- wvv I III Poor Health Browns 1 I i Iron Riff tare iii J It Cures f I became convinced that my home had been Invaded by a villain, and that my KTtlattRH A a tSM Tl I IM liaBBBBBBBteaH i B For A CAN prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to 01 UN N de CO., who hare had nearly fifty years' experience In the patent business. Communication! strictly confidential. A 11 nndbo.k of Information oonosrnlnjr Patents) and bow to ob tain tnran sent free. Also a catalogue or mecnao leal and sdentiao books sent free. Patents taken through Mann ft Co. reccire special notice In the Scientific American, and withthus are broucht widely before the publicpaper, out cost to the Inventor. This splendid lacued weekly, elegantly illustrated, baa by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In the world. S3 year, feemple copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly. fifiOa year. Single copies, US cents. Krery number oontalns beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new bouses, with plana, enabling builders to show the Address latest designs and secure contracts. fiBOAUWAT. MUNN C- O- NBW VOUE. 3(11 COPYRIGHTS. WI OBTAIN PATEWTf FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of, STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock" 9200,000 ... 2I.30O Surplus Attention of the public is invited to the far that thu is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank art secured cot only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor s equal to the stock, so that depositors of amount this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecondition of th baok are mads each ycarto tbe United State! govern-rasn- t and itsaisets are examined at stated time, by government agents, thus securing addititons wife's affections were alienated from me. I thoroughly satisfied myself of the fact, and then I bought a revolver with which to murder the invader of my home, and also to kill my wife. "When I entered the front door of my house, with that weapon In my pocket, d my youngest child, a girl, threw her arms around my neck, kissed me and said: 'Here tomes my good papa. "I went awav In a few minutes, and threw that revolver down the sewer on a street corner. I could not do tho deed, for that little girl softened my heart and drove tho spirit of crimo away. I told my wife what had occurred, told her I had been saved by the child, and begged her to reform. She merely smiled and huranicU a tuno indifferently. I then arose and told her that I was going away, because I could not remain there and endure humiliation. I told her that I would leave town, because to remain would make a criminal of me. As I walked out of the door, she laughed at me. It was hard to endure; but I kissed my children, and told thpm I was gulng on a long journey; and I never saw them afterwards. I thought that It was better to leave them, to give them up. than to remain and have them bear the stigma of having a murderer for their fathree-year-ol- Greatly improved for 1S95 and Oom'lth Ky. vs Samuel Dolling, worthy, of consideration. 2 same vs Harry McKinly, 1, ' 3 va same, 2, BBine 4 same va Andy Lpe, Ac, 5 vs John linker, entne 6 same vs Thomas Frye, 7 smile vb Green Guest, S vs Jordan Pcrklne, BAtne They arc beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. 0 same vb Loutan Gibson, 1, 10 esme, 2, vs same 11 samo vb W. M. Tineley , 12 same vb Charles Wakefield, va J. W. Jarae, 3, 13 Call and sec. enme 14 same, 4, same vb 15 enme, 5, vs same vs ltf samo eatno. 0, 17 vs came aatne, 7, vs JefTLuttere), 18 eame 19 same vb Wm. Mullins, 20 same vb Len Shannon, same, &:, 1, samo 21 vb 22 same vb Stephen Vanderpool, North British and Mercantile, Firman's Fund, vs J. II. Batter, 23 eame Mechanics and Traders, 24 same vb Henry McCormack, 1, Manchester, same, 2, 25 same vb The Pennsylvania Fire, National of Hartford, 20 same vb John Belden, Fhcenix of Brooklynn. "S mc a call. Give 27 vb Albert Hommel, 6ane vs Cale Brown, 1, 28 eame same, 2, 29 eame vb eame, 3, 30 same vb 31 same vb Robert rarsRln, -32 eame vb P. W. Green, 1, 2, 33 same, same vb eame, 3, 34 eame vb 35 eame vb Mandy Woods, 30 vb John Center, Btme vs John Singleton, Ac. 37 eame 3S vs Thomas Dunham, same Lb Receiving His 39 va Thomas Bailey, ame 40 va Kph Pain, eame : : vs Aloczo Skidmore, 41 same va T. L. Sholton, 1, 42 same Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. eame, 2, va 43 eame eame, 3, 44 seme vb 45 eame vb John Ball, 1, eame, 2, 40 eame vb vs W, It. Critchlow, 47 eame Rocord 2:191. Standard Rulo 0. 48 vs Wm, Stamper. eame Will rnaVe the season el 1S95. SIRED BY WALSINOHAM 2100, sire of Latitudes i sod 7 0r 8 ottters in Ihellst. s dam Tinsel .by Messenger D u roc 106, son of HimlletooUn and sirs ol Elalas 1:10 Tuesday, Juni 4 -- Second Day. the um ot Norlaint, Tearllac record s 31 J. . .Hlster to James Howell, Jr., by lUmblcloman s dim Bras 10, aire cf Df iter 1 17K 1 Cotn'lth Ky. vb John Anderson, 1, .by Harry CUy j, sirs S the dams cl St. Julian s 11), Dodlne s i ) dam Jessie Sayre. VB same, 2, aod is more that bare produced s y trotters; alw sirs of the dim o Baoie Electioneer sirs 01 jo in tot ja Int. va Haya Anderson, same 3 Liberty, sod of Lance, by Ametican Kclipse. -- . 4 dim. 1 Monday, Jonx iiist Day. They have Prov en a Success. Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, FIRE INSURANCE. if KIRBT. THE INSURANCE MAN. H.G.RUPLEY, i SPRING: AND SUMMER GOODS. NABOTM .by 1(G) 1KB. ; 1 4 5 Bamo va Deng. CaBtigan, vb G 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 WIIlBKr DID IT. iew York, and then came here. I sent home acd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as ths all of the money I made, over my Deposit Dank of Stanford in 1858, then living expenses, I did It all ued as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 anc meager reorganised as tbe First National Hank ot for the children. God only knows how again Stanford in S8, has had practically an unintermy little ones. My wife wrote rupted existence of 31 years. It is better supplied I loved transacting business prompt several sarcastic, scolding letters to me, now with Ucilities lor ly and liberally than ever before in its long an but I never answered them. I merely honorable carter. Accounts of corporations, fldo inclosed a check every week In an enrespectfully solir Claries, 6rmt and individuals ted. velope. Finally she came here. She Tbt Directory oi this Bank is composed 01 did not come as a penitent, but as a Forestur llwd, Lincoln county; Sho demanded all of my NTmesls. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; wages, and threatened to make unkind J, H. Collcei, Lincoln; reports of me to my employer. I told J. W. Hayden, Stanford; her I knew of her wickedness, but that S. II. BaughtnanJ Lincoln; S. llocker, Stanford',' I did not want my little girls to know J. W. A. Tribble, Stauford; that their mother was 'an unworthy M. D. Elmore, Stanford; woman. Sho followed me about town, T. P. Hill, Stanford; came to my place of business, and then, K. L. Tanner.JMcKinnev; on that fatal night, she oamo to my M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky boarding house, accompanied by that 8. Hocker, President; villain. I shot at him, and he ran. Jao. J. McRoberts, Cashier; in my frenzy, I killed her. That A. A.McKinney, Astt. Cashier Then, is all there is of my story. I will not tell It In court. My children may bear Co tho 6ad memory of the cruelty of Itheir father. They shall never hear, if can prevent it, that their mother was an OF STANFORD, KV unworthy woman." Isnowfunjjorisaiiedjind ready (or business with It was a straugo story. Nobody ever - - $200,000, heard of tho name of the other man. Paid up Capital of Ho was never traced. Ho was never iJOOOO lurplus, . mentioned during tho trial. Tho jail believed that tho story SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL officials at first BANK OK STANFORD, was made up by tho man; but they finally believed him, and pitied him. closing up) with the same assets and uadet By telling his story In court, and provNow the same management. prisoner might have successBr provisions of its chatter, depositors axe as ing It, tho Cut as aie depositors in National fully pleaded temporary Insanity. fully protected before tho deed Banks, its shareholders being held individual!) ho waB Uaole to the extent of the amount of their stoei Ho spoko but the therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the was committed. amount invested in auch shares. It msy act ai truth when ho told tho judge that ho executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at wanted to die. Life was of no value to an individual. An nffnrt isnow bctnir made to who entrusted their buisiness to ns Mm To those while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank 31 is not likely our many thanks ant secure his pardon; but It Stanford, ws we here tender Tho convict will will continue to transact their business tn nmvo successful. trust they with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attendo nothing to aid in tho accomplishtion to same, our twenty years', experience is ment of that result. accommodations as are cos banking and as liberal (stent with sound banking. In that samo cell two years ago there was confined a prisoner who had directors: deliberately and maliciously shot nnd J J. Williams, Mt Vernon; killed a man who, ho said, had tra. H. Shanks, Stanford; duced his wife. Somehow, by legal J. S. Owsley, Stanford; legerdemain, ho was acquitted. Ho reS.J. Emory, Stanford; turned to his business, as a bartender, J. B. Owsley, Stanford; Ho was embut never prospered. F. Cash, Stanford; J. ployed last winter by one of our leadGooch, SUnlord; William ing hotels, but when tho proprietor A. W. Carpenter, MlUeJgevills, W. H. Cummins, Preachers I lie learned that he was a murderer ho discharged him. He was haggard, thin, S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, aud looked like a hunted animal. When W. M.Bright, Tel cr he left the hotel, he said to tho proprietor: "This Is tho fourth place I ther. "I went to Philadelphia and babe died together the following day. The murderer was convicted aud 18 hanged. Whisky did it. A member of congress was killed one 19 day not many years ago on the marble 20 steps of tho capltol building by a news- 21 The man who paper correspondent. did tlic shooting was acquitted when it 22 was demonstrated that the congress- 23 man had been persecuting him for 24 more than a year. The congressman 25 was one of the most eloquent men In 20 the house of representatives. He had 27 been a preacher in tho mountains of Kontucky, and a good preacher, too. 23 He was bent to congress and Imme- 2J diately attracted attention by his su- 3) perior abilities. Hut, like so many men 31 15 10 17 same same same eame same same ame same eame eame same eame Anderson Carr, va Bonie Carter, vs Wm. Dye, va Shelby Dal ton, va Eliza Evans, Walsingham n6, sir of Xaboth, Is one of the youoreet sons of George Wilkes 519, record t tt, who sited Hirrr Wilkes s 13S', Guy Wilkes 15H, Mile Wilkes ij,, Wilcot 16, and 6s others In s j list also 41 producing? tons and 10 producing daitthters, ..-- ' : .1 Woti. rtaoom it a oar aorse, 16 nunos men, loaien June as. i IIS. Ills pedirrtt contains the blood ol Himbletodian, Georrc Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, I'lloc, Jr , aad Hsrry Clay. 'i. ... At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Will alio maks tbe present season of iS at the low price of EIGHT DOLLMtrJ to Insurt a llviatj colt. He Is elcgintl; bred and a sure loal (titer. I will alio stand Byrnle Fish, veJEmmett Gooch, vsJP. W. Green, same, Ac, 1, vb vs same, Ac, 2, vb WILLIAM My fine Saddle Stallion, UL., va vb eame, Ac, 3, Farmers BanMTrnst before him, ho easily fell a victim to 32 tho flattery of his colleagues and of de- 33 pendent constituents. He became a drinking man and gave free rem to the 34 passion for strong drink. That led him 35 into indiscretions of nnother nature. 30 He went into nn executive department 37 one day while on a spree anu oy jus conduct oompromUod a female clerk. 3S The story could not be kept a secret Illiek hawk, he by Old UUck Hiwk. Vidctie's a living colt Money due when colt is foaleJ or first dam by Whip, id dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old mire parted wth and the newspaper man printed It. Tiger. Vlndcz's itt dam by Mimbrlno Chief I will also stand tht excellent young jack, he Insulted and Injured Ever afterwards 11, td dam bv Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam by reWhip. Cannon's the correspondent until tho tragedy GOVERNOR a dim Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod sulted. Whisky did it. hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thorFive years old, 16 hands high, with white points emThomas Taylor was a baker, oughbred. Kay stallion, i6hsndt high; foaled in itoo; goes heavy bone, good stvl; and extra lengln. Sired ployed about half a mile east of tho all the iralti Dcrlectlv. hull brother to Silver 3 dam by Virginlus, he by Mason's Whip, thor- by tht champion lack, Tom Keene, by Rube nil- .. All., v t mw : He went to work at ring sou .1 grcv uw wais. aius rr ungion, nt oy iiara-fciammom, n Dywiinta oughbred. capltol building. He is by On Time. First dam Mollis Mounts Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth Tom 4 dam a Whip man. two o'clock In tho morning and re- by Cabbcl's Lexington. Keent't dam by Col. Eptotn, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black turned to his home for breakfast short$10 the Insurance. Sampson, Tom Keene's ad dam by Mogul, by ly before eight o'clock. On the wny Ktock committed to my care and breeding will Compromise, by Tippecanoe, by Black Hawk, by home he stopped at two saloons and rccrive my personal attention. Grass furnished Imp. Wirrlor Gov bt. John's dam Dolly Woods, poison. Drown stallion, 13K hnds high; foaled In 1801. at reasonable rates, to be paid bclore removal of by rally's Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. drank the fiery and treacherous The above finely bred young lick, whose b!o:d Sired by Woods' Kajrls llird. First dam Mollis accidents Ho quarreled with his young wifo, nnd Mountz, as above. This Is as fine a horse as you stock. No responsibility forinturanct. or esc ipsa lines tract twice to the great Warrior family and Va'ting with stock forfeits to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the will find In Ke ntucVy aad goes all saddle gaits in tho presence of a little Red Pifs for sale. family, with ar Infusion ol fresh Imported girl, tlicir only child, ho drew a re- good. blood clot, up, has proved a great breeder. Will J. STEELB CARPENTER, stand at JO to Insure a living colt to approved killed his wife. Ho then volver and Huston!lle, Ky. mares and 810 for jennets, without distinction as turned tho weapon against himself, to sex ol progeny. I will alto stand dying wife turned his hand, so n.,W fcrown stallion. i?i hands hieh. sired by but his a Blight Chester Dare. First dam Daisy, by Wallace Den- SAM SMALL, that ho only gave himself mark, and dam by Dick Elmore. Daisy has been wound. Whisky did It. In many rings in her 3 and 4 year to Insurt a living co't Sam It said to be the At H a blue lie Nearly every night In a nectlon south old form. winner best cotton mule jack iIn the country. T1IK GREAT SHOW STALLION, The above stallions will make tbe season of 1895 of Pennsylvania avenue, aud within a B. P. POWELL. on Winner oi fsoo slake at Lexington, won second stone's throw of tho capltol, where tho at my stable mile from Stanford the at money in Scoo stake at Versailles, winner ol aged blaclt hu lnwor nrdnrs of white and YOU ARK also of Ab-dallKen-lucky Vir-mon- t't us the lollowlr g terms: I am to nave the nfusr l r the colt at your price on Sptcmber I, ttfS dt. Henry Hester, ducting onc'ftttb of the amount for money, but II the price ft Unstonville A Coffey's tV An. fifth nf th trnflunt atlrital fnrteaion In lur fn. m. miuiii not satisfactory to mr, I wil IhArnll eamelVB Note Owing to tht bard timet and tbt low price ol horse slo:k, I bat greatly reduced season Tee Mill T. P. R, Co., 1, of my borsct and jacks, and considering tbtsr Individuality aod breejjng, tney stand lower thin mil In the State. vs same tame, 2, Stable two miles South of tlusloaville, 00 Moreland A Carpenter's Station pike. 3, vs eame, eame J K. BAUQHMAN. Hustonvillo, Ky. vs S. G. Hocker, 1, eame eame vs rame, 2, va eame, 3, eame -: eame, 4, va samo va same, 5, eame Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both hind 55. va eame, 0, same Goes sll the gsits to perfection and without any anklts white. s 40. Filtecn and training trots under va 72 eame, 7, eame BY ABDALLiAU MESSENGER. bsnds high. Ity Sampler Denmark, Jr , he by Godda'd't eame, 8, va eame t dtm the Wllliim Lusk saddle by Davy Denmark, he by Gaines .V Cromwell s Denmark, Crocket, ton of Denny's Drennoa, mart, by Imp. va eame, 0, eame horse Denmark, he by Imp.lledgt he by the r td dim by Highlander. ford. Abdillah Messenger, aire of Knglith Hunter, It va Henry Kldd, Bame dstr Fjonie Wallace No. 16, by Sir Wallace, he by Messenger Chief, tire of Miud Messenger oy Tcdhuntcr's Sir Wallace, te by Ni Aleame vb Henry Padgett, ll s 6!, Jake s tj tnd 7 others better than i 30. ill bert, thoroughbred, in dam busle by btnitnel 1 tire of Von eame, 2. va same idira by Vlrglniut, dam of Virginlus by Tran-b- Amin t ij4 and r olhert 9. il;t, a 30, and better than thoroughbred; be by Mason's full brother to Volunteer, t dam Kilty Rivers, g. va Alonzo Richards, eame d. ol Maud Messenger a 614; by Alcxindrr's va Iealah Smith, dam. .a Whip mate. same sire ol Goldsmith Maid s 14, and tht met prepotent son of Kytdyk's Hsmblctontin. same vsJJame b Tall, $10 the Insurance. 3 dim by Red Jacket, aire of toe dam of Wilkes 1 si, and ol the g d. ol Red Wllkta. va Mason Talbott, same By Comet, a son of Sherman Morgin, lire of va Walter Warren. eame y IlUck lUwk, founder of the Morgan family, the greatest family of roaditcit in the va Uuetonville A Dan same world. Sixteen hsnds high, ltf Wallace Denmark jj, I will ttand English Hunter Iht sesson of sfoj villeT.P. R.Co.,1, Stc pedigree ol Wallace Denmark 35. at my stsblc 3 miles from Shelby City, on tht eame, va same dim Mag 37, by Vidette, by Vindex, by Blood's Knob Lick snd Turuersvillt p.kc at So to insure six: ob 7 good ja.c:k:s, :- Wallace Denmark,! English three-quirters Hunter. Dreo-no- n 1 y, lam-ll- 1 ROYAL KING. .u.;... ST. JOHN, a Eaglet. four-year-o- ld War-n- or Chester Denmark. 1 EAGLE BIRD! Huston-vlllepl- kc heart-broke- n winner GOING....... .IF and sweepstake at a Live Colt. premiumtbe atud. 1S93. sincePans, time he has manity congregate, somo cutting or $xo to which other premiums In locality h been in shooting alTray occurs. The or besutllul brown, with small Colta stand good for sesson money. called tho "Division," and constitutes a Mares from a distance kept at $1 per month EAGIK BIKDiaa16 hands, has a flowing mane star, stands over THE and a heavy tail. cordon of crime between tho avenue but not responsible for accidents. was sited by King Eagle, winner of Stallions in charge of nnd tho Smithsonian nnd agricultural pared to handle horses UoyS. Bearley.. Am rr. Eagle Bird 40 blue ties. nore than at reasonable prices. grounds. Iho congregadam by Star Eagle, best son ol Cabbell's Lex1st department JOEE.FARRI8. ington. tion of criminals could bo prevented ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son of Washington police department!, but nothing by our Denmark. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son ol Miller's Denis done except to make arrests after mark. crimes arc committed. In every case Eagle Bird will mskt the season oi 1843 at his staLouisviilc NasMvini ft. n. the dhelb y ble two miles welt ol Stanford, in every deadly affray, of assault, and City pike, at the extremely low price of she By tho story is told in the polico court, rot. Brignoll, out ol Parley, jack,by Caldwell'a Par old and 4 years is find mule Is tht line for yon, as its that whisky did It. The saloons In that is an Hslaam breeder. He Is ic hands, gray in excellent $15 to Insurea Living Oolt. men nnd color and Is strictly a good one. Will also siand quarter nro kept by brutal Double Dally Money or cash ncte will be required when a lost women. They sell runk poison, In connection Maks.clott connections st tho real whisky A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION living colt It obtained. the greatest show horses In compared with which Eagle Bird u one of Kentucky, as his record in 1S13 will 'attest. Asa would bo nectar. And yet, our authoribreeder ol fine, good colored, high styled celts ne '.OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI splendid Individ-uabay, ties Issuo licenses to these dealers ra Blood They t6 hands high and a to Insure. , is not surpassed. wUl each stand at $7 D. Fhv. Smith Marca from a distance will be lurnhhed grata For all points. damnation. v S. M. OWENS, Insure WOHTH WMT, BjLL.A.A.:iVL" . Trains ). They Must Surely He Craiy. of It Is feared that tho members nro the on present Australian legislature tho dizzy verges of Insanity. They have voted to reduce their own salaries. per month and must be paid CHROUOH TICKETS SOLD. after McKlnnty, Ky. at theMay 1st atofJi.jo mares. the removal BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH Care will be taken to prevent accidents and esFor any information enquire cf capes, but wilt not be responsible thoulu any ocI can JOES. RICH. Actnt, tht TJITM?0 I will take all trade hides leather get cur. Parting wit or removal of mares forfeits the on Insurance. Stanford, Ky lor fllUl-JO- . for cash orln Otten-heim- .court days at SUnlord or at my home in E. P. WOODS. - Chas. Ennslin. tjjtftsWjaisattaSsVi " I .vJiV tfi ri 1Tw LW,., "... ok"" j? , --M- V emi-Week- ly Interior Journal Silk for waleta at Shanks'. Belt Stanford. Ky., E. C. Clothing in great variety .at Shanks'. .. Dress goods in patterns at the lowest May 31, 1985 prices at Shanks'. Zeiglbr shoes at Shanks'. They are the best, therefore the cheapest. Tub Economist Steel Range has uo equal. Remember our guarantee. You take no risk iu buying cook stoves from us. Hlggins & McKinney. . Du:Vl, I Etc. 1 Shirt Waist Sets. Etc. tfh v Danks, The'jeweleri Walton, Business Manager POINTS. PERSONAL '. V DANVILLE, KY. Clearance Sale ! Everybody's chance to get new and choice Dry Goods for much less than present prices. It may seem early to cut prices, but we must begin now to reduce our stock before Fall. Now when people want goods is when a cut in prices will sell a big lot. We mention here only the more important as we havn't space to mention all. Remember, too, that our stock is the largest and most complete in this section of Kentucky and you will see that a reduction of our already low cash prices means the best qualities and styles in the market for very little money. I Hev. S. M. Loo an is with bis parent in Richmond. Mns. P. W. Ghben is visiting relatives in Junction and Shelby Cities. Miss Jennie West, of Uarrodsburg, is tbo guest of Miss Annie Menefec. Mies Salmk Dudderah went to Lou isville yesterday to visit her brothers. Mils. Woodib Hale nnd John drove through to Somerset Wednesday to visit relatives. Mirs Grace Tudor, of Crab Orchard, has been the guest of Mrs. James F. Cummins. Mrs. B. K. Wkarkn has been quite sick for several days, but was some better yesterday. Mr. Clarknck Tiiomivon, of Louisville, is visiting his cousins, Tom and Gabe Lackey. Mil. A. A. Warren failed to get the position in t, Cincinnati he sought and has returned home. Mrs. J. T. Johnson and children, of Danville, 111., aro visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rout. Mn. and Mrs. 8. P. Stag a have at last moved to their remodeled and rejuyinat-e- d Iioubo on upper Maint Street. Mit. J. B. Hockbh and llttlo daughters, Margnret and Pauline, spent yesterday family of Mr. J. Alex Denny, with ! in Garrard. Mi h Eva Buchanan, of Crab Orchard wan on Wednesday's train en route to Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs. John A. John Varnon Collier, tbo darkey Lock Bracelets, Etc. who 6erved several years in the U. S. army and who still wears his soldier clotheB, was married Tuesday to Mies Lucy Burdett. Judge Davison perform Hat Pint, Etc. t ed the ceremony. . Mr. James F. Holdam, of Crab Orchard, a good democrat and an excellent gentleman, has entered the race for the democratic-nominatiofor school superintendent, with many pledges of support. His announcement appears in this m m Wagon Material, Rims, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoqs, ifiBUO. Rasps, Nails, Hammers, &c, &c, Dead. -- Tho Advocate says that John Kincaid, who was cut by Thomas Jones, another negro, died of his wounds. Jones Is in jail and will have his examining trial The dead man was from this county and is a son of Anderson Kincaid, who lives near town. m AT MEJB1LTOEIB PMICHBJSo First Week in June. W. H. WEAREN & CO. .IT IS The docket for thu circuit court, which beginB Monday next, which Clerk James P. Bailey is having printed at this cilice, shows SO Commonwealth cases, which includes no murder case for a raritv, 122 old equity, 40 old ordinary, 10 equity appearances and 122 old do. There are five divorce Buits eutored. Hon. Cassids M. Clay, Jr., was here this week, the guest of Hon. W. H. a relative by marriage and a in tho constitutional convention. Mr. Clay is exceedingly hopeful both of bis own prospects and the triumph of de mocracy, but is opposed to ringing in any question that will bring division and dlecord in the party. There is no doubt of his position on the money question, but as the office he seeks will have nothing to do with determining it, he wisely concludes to let it alone. The chances now are decidedly that he will get the vote of this county. Mil-le- r, er Undisputed : Faet .THAT. Ilaldemau. !l Note Reductions. Dimities, 25 styles, now 10c. 121 Printed I2c I2c Jaconet V Court Royal Pique, 20 styles, now 10c Duchcssc, 50 styles, now 10c. Finest Real French Organdie, 25 styles, now 25c. 25c Abcrfoylc Duck down to 15c. 40c Printed Dotted Swiss now 1 7c. 35c Galatea Cloth reduced to 15c. ixiZ Printed Crcpon for 15c Goc S2 1 10c. 1 Madras for Waists and Dresses now ic. "Mies Annie Mknefse, who has been attending the Cook County Normal School at Chicago, has returned home for the vacation. Mies Minnie school near Providence church, Boyle county, closed a few days ago after a most successful term. Sho has been engaged to teach next session. Mus. Lewis Rosa ill, who has been with her daughter, Mib. A. E. Gibbons, for two weeks, returned yesterday. The old man was at the depot two hours in advance of the train waiting for her. Mr. 0. M. Stamvood, who bad bis skull Crushed at Mr. J. M. White's by falling from the roof he was tinning, was not so well yesterday, having relapsed into unconsciousness and showing other had symptoms. Mr. J. T. Oakson was elected of the County Club at Anchor age. The club will give a musicale June 3, with Miss Ilattie Bishop and Nicholas and Sol Marcosson and other noted musicians on the program. Miss Etha VanArsdall, accompanied hy Misses Kate Baughman and Mary Carpenter and Mr. Eugene 'Carpenter, wero here Wednesday having printing dono fur the Uustonville Christian College commencement, which occuro June 4th. The Merry Milkmaids entertain on the evening of the Oth. Mr. L. L. Dawson and his mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Dawson, returned from Ash Grove, Mo., Wednesday. The old lady, who is 77 years of sge, stood the trip splendidly and enjoyed it greatly Whilo nt Mr. John L. Dawson's a iou whs held, at which there were 63 persons, 35 by the namo of Dawson, and all related but two. A sumptuous dinner was spread and a big day was Hiii-lby'-s vice-presid- We Make the Prices, Carry the Best Stock, Sell the Best Quality. Look at our Gents' Underwear; Look at our Ladies' Underwear; Look at our Gents' Fancy Shirts; Look at- ! Poor Thing. Garrard county is presenting the unusual spectacle of a man suing a woman for a breach of promise. One W. O. Stivers, a widower, has, through his attorney, Mr. 0. C. Fox, of Danville, brought a suit against Mies Catherine West, a pretty school teacher, for $5,000 damages because of her refusal to marry him on the day appointed. He claims that her action has greatly annoyed, worried and humiliated him and that nothing short of the amount claimed can eMve bis wounded feelings. Poor fellow he will get neither sympathy nora judgment, and besides will make himself the laughing stock of the section. ... our Gents' Ties; Get our Prices before you buy, Look through our Stock and And you will be convinced that the above statement is true! SEVERANCE & SON. JD K. WEA1EN Dealer In and 75c all wool Dress Goods now 39c. Novelty Dress Goods now 75c. All Black and Colored Crcpons reduced. ci'inch Printed China Silks now 24-inch 19c. China Silks marked down to 29c. , 24 inch Warp Printed Habutai Waist Silk 39c. J3est $ 1.25. Taffeta Waist Silks for 93c. $1.25 Black Satin Duchesse now 9SC $2 Black Satin Duchhsse 27 inches wide, now $1.65. S6.75 Taffeta Silk, Waists down to $4.90. $3.50 Wash Silk Waists, now $2.50. Ladies' Full Taped White Vests, only I2c. &v jioys Wool Cassimerc Suits $1.50. Boys' Pants from 25c to $1 a pair. All Spring Wraps at half price. " Special Prices on Portierres. Danville Ky. The Interior Journal takes pleasure in presenting to its readers the great speech of Secretary Carlisle at Memphis in tho interest of sound money and the maintenance of unimpaired government credit. We trust that overyone will read it and if he is disposed to stray after false gods will, acknowledge that the arguments prsented are unanswerable and W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. return to the narrow path. The cam paign of education is having its effect. A seuBiblo gentleman, who was disposed to advocate the free coinage of silver, Bays "I came very near getting lost, but since I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below reading the sound money arguments of and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Carlisle, Lindsay and especially PatterCITY AND VIRINITY. son, I iiavo chunged my views." Tho The New Home, style two, S23. The New Home, style three, S25. A limited supply of sterling silver hat The New Home, style five, S2S. speech we givo will turn many others, if pins at 3Sc each nt Danke', the Jeweler. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted they arevnot tco narrow and hide bound for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will New lino sterling silver shirt waist sets to listen to reason. sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are cheaper than ever at Danks', the Jew A Preacher in Hoc The country is offered: eler. full of evangelical tramps, many of whom ! Sterling silyer belts with webbing ought to bo in jail. Strange to say, such dickering, Hazelton, Bush & .Mason & Hamlin, and monogram, $1.25 at Danks', the Jew wolves can always find people to listen eler. Chicago Cottage, Gerts, Colby & Co. , Kingsbury, to their harangues and give them the Kimball, of Frank Atkins, the support they seek by wearing sheep's Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince A little Bon & Son. And Others. Myers House porter, died suddenly Wed clothing. ' There are numerous cases nesday. Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mad Orders. . . right under our observation; but the Pianos and Organ Tuned and Kepaird by one of the most competent workman I ev, er knew, who served nany years In factory learntoc hia trade. All work warranted. One or more school trustees are to be most flagrant imposition was practiced bewtng Machines repaired ana warranted. elected in all the districts on the people of Rowland and vicinity, tP. H. IDOL. Stanford, Ky.s' Address, Hours for voting from 1 to 0 r. m. One Harry Dishon, who claimed the second blessing of sanctification and quit THE HERD OK The prettiest silver belt in the market the Baptist church, becauao be claimed with webbing and monogram complete, it was carrying him to the devil, began a only S5c, at Danks', the Jeweler. meeting there two weeks ago. His vag 9 R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, garies and his monkey Bhines drew like We are overstocked on saddles. Come get them cheapor than ever be a circus and the Bald Hills added its in and Crab .Orchard, Kentucky. entire population to the crowd. The fore. M. 8. & J. W. Baughman. preacher would sit down on the floor Pigs for tale from the best type of Registered Ik you want a set of harness, a saddle, and read the Bible, crawl around on all Stock. Breeders secured from tnt best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited a lap duster or repairing of any kind fours and use language never before you should call and see M. S. & J. W. heard in a pulpit. He finally got so bad Baughman. that a warrant was sworn out against Comb and see our "Regent" Clay bim for using obscene language and at worsteds, our lustre, brilliantine, Serge his trial before Judge Barnett be was and skeleton flannel coata and vests for fined i8 and coats. He asked permission to pray for the court and it being Summer. Hughes & Tato. granted, he got down on his knees and Twenty-Fiv- e cents will buy seven invoked the Throne of Grace so long and cakes best laundry soap, eight pounds so loudly that tho court had to adjourn reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superhly appointed soda, 10 pounds nails, or two cans best on him. The plea moved the judge, through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Cbatla-noogpeas at W. H. Wearen & Co'b. Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, "Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, however, to suspend the judgmont and give Dishon 24 hours to leave town, oth- and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs A good many of our people went erwise he must pay or go to jail. The and Asheville; and from Chattuuoogo to Jacksou, Vicksburg, Monroe sH either to Crab Orchard or Lancaster yes- fellow said ho would take it to the Lord and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and m,yLij terday to observe Decoration Day and in prayer and if he told him to go he San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, Sunday appearance. the Btreets wore a would. The answer raust have been iu via New Orleans or via Shreveport., Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Mits. Eddie Cooley'b school at Neal's the affirmative. At any rato Dishon shook Km iy Free Parlor Creek closed Friday. The prize for the the dust of tho town off his feet next with every accommodation to patrons. to Silas Messer; day and departed for greener fields and Cars T.exinrrton to Cincinnati. Cafe. Parlor and Observa- - tieSifc best pupil was awarded Marv Haines and Laura Messer were greener people to dupe. It is a shame tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington aud best in classes, while Samuel Cooloy, Lee that such men are permitted to desecrate Chattanooga. tiitJKrggSSJKgyAtiii. m Meeser. Albert Terry and Mary Brackett the pulpit with their foul presence and W. O. Klnearson, Cbas.W. Zcll, J JHv. Paw'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0. vulgar utterances. C. J'.A., Cincinnati, 0. deserve especial mention. Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFOBD, KT. re-u- n- READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. m FIA1TOS: 1 ORGAITS: BLUE-GRAS- S Duroc Jersey Red Swine m in Queen &Crescent route t& a, ... ... 5t ftg. -- K r yjtn tfyt ' "r7T it1"1 Semi-Week- A U ther than Junction City. The Kentucky State guard will go, into camp at Henderson, Juno 27. published Bvery Tuesday and Friday The Fobs Schneider Brewing Co., of AT Cincinnati, has gone into tho hands of a 53 PJCR YffiiVIi IX ADVANOK recolver. not sopaid 32.60 will bo chained." The Supreme court upholds the constitutionality of tho Geary Chinceo CARD. K. C. LOCAL TIME Exclusion act. Trains leave Stanford at 7:15 a m. ami 3 p. m. woman in Baltimore An insane l 9:oS ". p. marriving at 4:30 daughter and then com murdered her L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. mitted suicide. Mrs. Charles Vetefcn, of Finley, 0., la 37 p m Train joint North, No. 31, 3 15 a m NO, 80. " neighbors a 04 p ra attempted suicide because her ........ South No. as, " .. " 115pm talked about her. No.3, " Martin Bassett, a farmer, of Shelby QUEEN & CRESCENT. county, Ind., shot himself because cutTrust pan Junction City ai follows: worms destroyed bis corn crop. m No. a North , 3 3!P No. 1 South ......11.48 ' 4 " It is said tbnt either Minister Bay. i.3S P ra 3 iMtim " ' ni ..3.1J 11.35 am " 6 beoll-ere- d 5 .6.00 a m ard or Hon. W. 0. Whitney will 8 40 p m 10 0 fur- secretary of the portfolio of tho Notb. Ncj. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no n P- 1 ly Interior JouRP! NEWSY' NOTES. -- HUBBLE. POOFTOLD DOLBY IS THE SUBJECT OF ' WARM TALK. -- Btate. Varnon, Wvllto E.atLaw, Attorney tStanlord. - - Kentucky. M Special attention 'gWen' to Settlements of and Oivlilon of .Its. as Attorney and ttfanu' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt.JW. F. McCla ea Will as, as Executor.lAdministrator and Assign- - ry"sofic. B. 90 Great Britain's chancellor of tho Exchequer emphasizes the fact that England will adboro to the single gold standard. T. Beaton Walton shot himself to death at Dupont, lad Fear Jof being sued on a note which was paBt due was the cause. John Flagg. an inmate of a Chicago hospital, cut his throat with the knifo that his father killed himself with 20 iB iJ Ohe hundred and three lives were lost in tho wreck of thel'.French.South American steamer Dam Tedro Toll tho coast of Spain. Jacob Henson, a negro, who was to have been hanged on Juno 7 for a brutal murder, was lynched by a mob at Elliott City, Md. A Parkersburg, W. Va.,t man died &OASTLEMAjN of heart disease caused byj theM news that oil in great quantity had been MANAGERS, struck on his land. A young girl somnambulist walktd 'Commerce Building, Louisvilla off a rapidly running Panhandle Itrnln, Agents throughout the South neBr Logansport, andjwas picked; up in . TSIBBLB, Local Affsnt, a ditch fatally injured. Charley Murphy, tho crack bicycle STANFORD, KY. flyer of New York, is makingjlarrange-men- ts San Francisco. for the promised mile a Smlnute Portland. ,..To the., trial behind a locomotive. W. A. Rayland, a Kentuckian, Twho recently invented a new tanning pro..Via The, cess, is said to have Bold it to a; Philadelphia syndicate for f 200.0CO. Dirnberger broke the world'sJTmile ? 1 U 5. QV9 1 bicycle record at FountalnFerry track, Hs going a mile in 1:45, beating iJonnson'u rtrtO'JISVlttt NtwAlBIITfCHICO Rl (terrecord on tho samo track. n The Nashville American, which has Only Dining Car Route From been advocating the free coinage of silver, has changed hands and will heredon't mean It I" after advocate sound money. "I know fliat cook hasbecn as saving as The grand Jury at Vanceburg re- sho could," said Mrs. Dowser as tho color turned indictments for murder against left hor face, "but there is only enough to Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. John Corns and his mother, Harriet last tomorrow." said Mr. Dowser as ho "Mrs. Bowserl" For maps or any information, address Corns, for killing Corn's wife. stood up and glared down at her, "what E. II. BACON, PRANK J. REID. More gold arrived from Europe for has become of thoeo ten tons of coal laid in D. P. Agent, G. P. Agent, Chicago. the treasury on Saturday. The govern- only a few weeks ago?" Louisville. "You didn't ment reserve is now 199,250,000, or with- courso thoy havo get but two tons, and of been used to cook with," Be SURE in $750,000 of the $100,000,000 mark. for D enver. to call sho replied. St. Paul. MONON" One of the delegates from New York "Noverl Never In this world Even a Route. State to the National Convention of steam sawmill could not havo used up such a heap of coal In so time That State republican leagues at Cleveland coal has been sold short a away flung given Boswell. will be Mies Helen Varick into tho back yard out into tho street. If The French steamer Dom Pedro was thero was over a moro extravagant woman wrecked off Currubedo. One hundred on tho face of this earth, I should like to her!" 'of those on board were drowned. The bco BEST LINK TO AND FROM "Tho plumber has sent lp his bill," disaster waacrml by tha baritln? J ofa quietly observed Mrs. Bowser iw Mr. Dowser walked up and down and kicked a hasboiler. The steamship Colima, with 192.'per-son- s sock out of his way. Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, I "Tho plumber his elegant coachea, dining coaches, dining cars, Wagaboard, including passengers and plumber sent mo a bill?"bill Why has a ner sleeping cars and latest improved private vuiuviriment Buffet sleeping cars, magnificently crew, foundered off tho coast of Mexico "Why I told you about that leaking waturnisbed with toilet accessories in each comon Monday, and 1G0 lives and much ter pipe two weeks ago, and you told mo to partment. havo tho plumber on tho corner como over property wero lost. and solder it. Tho bill Is only 00 cents." A close personal friend Lot Lieut. "Ninety cents for solderlnn up a leak no Solid Vestibulsd Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, Alfnrii say mat 11 IS nrohable that larger than a pin I" whooped Sir. Uowser. Coacnesand Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet uov' sleeping Ctrl. the lieutenant governor will enter the "I'll sco that plumber plump to tho other Kubernatorial race. Alford is a Btrong JT,01"13 M0 .W'lt w you pro- ijm iwu tvit unit ik Hiis sniuuuii tvii you sound money advocate. Did declare his hill highway robbery" Ytltrimly through Sleeping Car line from CinColorado's delegation has been sent ".No." cinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. "Of courso notl That shows your Interresolutions to the Clevewith red-hpockutbookl If ho land convention of tho National repub- est in your husband'sfor ?5, you had handed In n bill wouldn't instructions to havo said a word. And now, Mrs. Bowlican league, and with . Solid Veslibuled The "Southwestern Limited'1 Bilver. ser, how-dithat plpo como to leak?" 'Trains with Columbian Library, Buffet and Smo- make a bard fight for free "Sdmethlng cauaed It to give way, I king Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Elegant CoachDr. C. P. Lee, of Daysvllle, and J. es and Dining Cars, landing passengers in New D. Morrow, of Gordonsvillo, engaged in suppoo. " VorV City at 43d street depot. ifosltively "Exactly. Something caused It to glvo a duel near Elkton, and fired several way, but what? Did some ono go down NO FURRY TRANSFER. shots. Lee was wounded twice. The cellar and swing on that water plpo and ISe sure jour tick reads via "tig Four.' shooting waa the outgrowth of a scandal. teek to pull it loose? Did somo ono strlko D. P. MARTIN, K. O. McCORMACK, with tho Superintendent of Prisons John W. It "Don't boax or jubltwlth tho crowbar?" Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Pass. Traffic Mgr. foolish, Mr. Bowser. I might Cincinnati, Ohio. Kirk, of Tennessee, was fatally ebot in as well tell you that tho glass In tho back the State treasurer's office at Nashville kitchen door was broken several days ago." "It was, eh I" gasped Mr. Bowser as ho by Andrew B. Vaughn, warden at Coal sat down on tho edge of a chair and looked Creek. Tho bullet was intended for at her. "Somo ono, In order to splto her another roan. husband and add to tho load ho Is staggerAND After 27 years banishment Gen. ing under, wr.lked up to that door with a Leonardo Marquez has returned to the rolling pin and deliberately smashed out city of Mexico. He escaped being shot a 217 pauo of ghussl" "A man offered to rcplacolt for 70 cents, with Maximilian and others in 1807 and It was broken by a gust of wind slamby secreting himself in a new made ming tho door. Tho girl had just called to 1110 to como down and look at her tubs grave in a cemetery. At Franklin, Ind , Mrs. Kate Yaw-te- r when" Bowsor, aro you going to SOLD TO "Mrs. tell mo was thrown from a bugey and killed, that anything Is wrong with those tubs?" ALL POINTS: while on the same day at CHIP, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, Mrs. James Stranghn and Kokomo, Ind., interrupted Mr. Bowser its ho stood up daughter were again. WISCONSIN, from being dashed from their bo"Tho wato plpo In ono of them seems to fatally hurt clogged." ' Seems to 1x3 cloggwl That moans buggy in a runaway. MISSOURI, KANSAS, The Junior Prohibition Clubs of tho that somo person has gono down there and NEBWASK, COLORADO, State of Kentucky will hold a conven- taken tho t)okor and rammed and Jammed and pounded tho dishcloth Into the mouth tion at Cynthiana on the 31st of May, ot tho plpol It means another visit from ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, and have a medal contest. A large at- the plumber another bill for $16 a tear TEXAS, tendance of prohibitionists is expected up of nil tho pipes and drains about tho housol" from all parts of the State. "I think It Is only a plcco of soap, which Massachusetts is trying to solve the will soon dissolve," explained Mrs. BowFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS tramp problem. A tract of 2,000 acres ser. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. "Yes, you think, but what does your of unimproved land has been bought, thinking amount to in tho faco of facts? THE BEST ROUTE TO THE and every person convicted of vagrancy You couldn't think of any other way to , will be sent to the farm and set to work bring mo to tho poorhouse, and so you Jam clearing, ditching, fence a dishcloth Into a drain plpo When you a)UMAH VESTIBULEO COACHES, wero at it, why didn't you blow up tho mending and so on. s SLEEPING AND DIN1KQ CAR! recent deal between the South- range with gunpowder, cxplodo tho gas The meter, snuwh nil tho windows In tho house, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ern Railway Company and the 0., H. and glvo the furniture to somo old tramp? tOriFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl and D. by which the two are to jointly Mrs. Bowser, I'm going up stairs to figure, control tne uincinnau eoutnern, seems and you can sit horo and gurgloandglgglo CHEAPEST, BEST HO QUICKEST LlNC. and chuckle over tho way you havo ruined Descripm to have also involved the Loalavijle aonco happy homo anil brought a kind and 'tUe for Ratefc fars, again to be operated liberal htubaud to the gnivo of bankruptcy. Southern, which is ainhlew, to any Station Agent, or tg M r. smaoo, ALtCN HULL. of Queen and Crescent Hood night, deluded woman good night I" ut. m. UtVILL. i as a pi rt the a'irM(rrA(t. Dli. r- -f ' ! TratiUa Tut.TA. M. Quad In Detroit Free Proas. B01SOIX, ItlLl'BBCB, 0. Jfliin Cattleman. A. O. Lanhaxt years ago. I flsurancs ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Company SARBEE W. ICOBTMWEST i m -- hii im 1 1 XOTTXS1TX&1VB W, S. Uunh. R M. Newland, Deputy Sheriff. Alt at Law 'Hy GcorRo, but that's just wlmt I expected!" exclaimed Mr. Dowser as ho looked tip from his pntHir tho other evening. "Horo's nn Item to tho effect thut tho sheriff ha seized upon everything ho could Conoral Collootors, flml belonging to Dolby 1" Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky "For what rensonf" risked Mrs. Dowser. "For thq reasou that ho had reached tho We offer our lervlcis tathe public to do a gen end of his ropo. I'vo been looking for It eral Collecting llusinets. Accouuls, notes, etc 11 om collected In all parts ol the County, for tho last two years, lie wou't even own the clothes on hU back. Poor old Dolby, and yet I cnn'l nay I pity html" m Price reasonable. Come In and artv tne a trial "Was It tho hnrd times?" I employ none but firtt class help. A Million Frlonctd. "STour Atpretent I can bo found at Miss Carrie For "No; not a bit of It. No; it was simply A friend in need fo a friend indeed, and "ot lots and sololy his wife's cxtmvngnnco. Sho than one million hare found just such a friend in ter'a residence on Lancaster Strrrt.t). SMITH, MISS MARY Rtspectlully, I will (to to any place where there are six or New has thrown his money right and left, ami Dr. King's Colds, Discovery for CotfHumption, Stanford, Ky. more cattle to vehorn. I do the work with the Coughs and If you hare rever used this o tills Is tho cud of It. It was a pitiful LIghtnirg Dehorurr. Can dehorn any cow In (first Cough Medicine, ono trial will convince you three seconds. The knlle makes a clean, smooth to goo that man going to fluauolal that it has wonderful curative powers in all Jit nor break the snot ol the Throat, boU ruin through her mad rccklossuoss, but eases guaranteed to Chest and Lungs, Eachmon Nashville, Tern, College for Toung Ladies. cut, dc does. crush the only humane horn, as the clipper way tods It It do all that la claimed or tie Is nothing could check her." horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. well aa quick again as that and the wouud gels Mrs. Bowser didn't know what was com- s diug store. Larga bottlos 30c and $1. made by the saw For further Icformatlon, call vIlAtmn Irir nrtrl tttntviliiliinil ii1mt en O.A. PKYTOM, Stanford, Ky. Mr Bowser picked up tho paper, road tho Rev. Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Pres., See the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook, 101. ngnln, and then stU Item Mrs. S. 0. Truehcart, Former"Mrs. Dowser, perhaps I don't praNo you as often as I should, but you can bo ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prinsuro your many good qualities aro duly apI am now ready to deliver Ice trore the Stanford preciated." cipal. Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory "You pralso mo very often," sho replied as sho looked pleased and flattered. Three rtulldicgt; room for oo boarder Faculty At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds "Not as often as I ought to. Take It In of 40 Officers. Teachers and Lecturers Patronage this matter of Dolby's failure, for Instance from entire fouth. Privileges in Vandetbilt Uni- And over andc a pound for 10 pounds and up versity. Mutie Conservatory. ArtNudio. Gymwlfo has been his financial ruin. While Ills to 100. nasium. Fine Pauengrr Elevators. Term begins mils due'utof each month. sho has squandered every dollar ho could Sept, s, 1S95. titnd for Catalogue. scjm K. IIRCMER, Stanford. earn you havo helped motosavo thousands. Don't blush and act like n schoolgirl over It, but I waut to 6ay that If it hadn't been for your economy and good management I wo wouldn't have been worth cents whery Law, Attornoy My Millinery Stock is fill and cxnplete. Call wo aro worth dollars." - and examine and you will be sure to buy "Do you you really mean It?" stamsew Spring list. mered Mrs. Dotvpor. MISS LICCIIC HKAZLEY. "You bet I do I Yes, Mrs. Bowser, you O Tic. on Lancaster Street, oppmite the Ceurl Sunford, Ky aro a holpinato In tho truo senso of tho House. Collections receive especial attention S3 f term, and no husband was ever moro proud of his wife, Horo's a kiss for you, and forglvo mo for being a mean old curA. S. mudgeon." a. .,... When Mr. Dowser had gone Iwick to his Surgeon chair and picked up his paper, Mrs. Dow TfTWTO Dentist, CORDIALLY : ser realized that sho ought to maku eomo excuso to run In noxt door or get up stairs To call end examine ray Spring Millinery, which t am opening up. I pride mytelf that It it for an hour laid wnlt for Mr. Dowser's ana that it It bound to please. Hating mood to change before saying what sho Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store In the Owsley bought lor cash and being determined to sell fur lluilding. was obliged to say. Sho had no reasonablo cash. can Ml at Ih. lowest possible prices. An pretext, however, and hoping that things examination wilt convince vou. BE5T FOR 5HIRT5. MRS A. A. McKINNEY. might turn out all right sho llnally said: : : "Mr. Dowser, do yon think your coal OAMDLC CO. CtHTL TMt PROCTER man gives you full weight?" w a.jjKks. J. r J hks, not. "Why, ccrtaluly," ho replied. "Yes, NEW ADYKRTISKXEXTi. square man, and I'vo no fault to ho's a HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. And. Why do you ask?" Offers his services o tne pctple ot Wctt "I thought our coal burned out altoand Catcy Counties, rull stock of Cotflri gether too fast." JAMES and Catkrts always on hand. "Well, I dunno. I figured that wo Is a candidate for Superintendent D H. Carpenter, Man.gr. 91 of Schools would havo enough to run through tho Lincoln county, subject to the action of the of Ky. summer." November election, 1895. Sole proprietors Dean's Black Diaitood Roo GKO. U.COOPKR. JAMBS 11. YEAOF.R. "Dut tho coal Is out, Mr. Dowserl" Paint. Estimates furmioed for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs, tslitfiction Guaranteed. All that coal gouol You CHARLES HOLMES storo-hotistero-hou- te And SerTM na n Text I'nr Hornier to Praise III Hotter Half llut tho Tables Are Turned When Certain Item. Are Presented to His Eye. Dr. Lewis reports Mrf. Jack Yeakey FOR SALK. down with dropsy. Many Ileitis of corn are being plantPersons detirirg a plies of this kind will find It ed over on account of cold weather. to Ihtlr advantage to call on or address, Joe Snow is up Irom Cumberland MRS. MARY K, SLAUGHTER, county to assist bis aiater-inlafor a Crab Orchard, Ky. t4 few months. There will bo a Bupper at Brighl'd I Bchool house next Saturday night by tho Ladies' Aid Society. Having decidrd to move to my in Mr. Wallace Wnlters has exhibited Stanford, Ky., I have a deiirabln in the but Iness portion ol Rowland which I will sell a sample of his wire fence In this com- or rent at a teatonable pricr. For Inlornation apT.C.I) A 1. 1.. munity which he jveayep. It appeals to ply to, ben splendid one. J. C. Eubanks bought a laruo pair of work mules of 1'ricp. of Gsrrunl county, Eph IVnnington and Mrs. I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I for I)rss Mating in any Harris sold to the D.tnvillo Mill Co. am ready toseive you In best Tuition Journal take the and all stales. some corn at 12 40 at tho pen. and keed potted on what ladles should wear. w Grsen Briar Springs DR. w. t B. FEjKTire, Dentist, Stanford, : Ky. the Posl-Otflc- NOTICE Office en Main Street, Opposite e Buroih. di 2To,wlandt TO THE ILADIISS. 1 S-- D3aor2i Cattle. 77-- spco-tncl- 1 Ivory 6oap 2C 1 ICE I W. S. BTTUCH, Stanford, at Kentucky. TO THE LADIES At Floats PRICE, THE XiADXES ,..ar INVITED Stanford, Ky. 1 J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, F. IIOLDAJI, Un-co- la JOITES BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, "W-wha- tl II. TO CHICAGO. mocracy. Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Ltocoln county, subject to the action ot the DeNovember election, 1S95. Yeager & Cooper, .......Proprietors of.m All roofs painted with Dcan'a Black Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in best cis-ePumps and Galvamud Ircn (liters. oim ra W. S. BURCH, Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action of the Democratic party. Livery and Feed Stable, SrANFOIUV.KY. ss Having bought of P. W. Giewi his Llverv and added new buggies snd horset, we ate to furnish prepared bur-ne- - A. C. Sine, Succesxr to T I I BIG r : 4 : ROUTE, On short notice. The traveling public wilt flad us alwaya ready and willing to luroish DrumKy. mers' wagons, either single or doable, or Cam-aire- s of all kinds at very LOW PRICES. The Meet all Trains.nljrht and day. Patrons laken to boys in and around town will also Sod us the pco any part of town Free of Chaige. pie to deal with. Stop with us when is town at Good Livery Attached. Far Hotel J 1.00 per courts and entertainments arid your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. day. A. II. It ASH N, Prop. YBAGEK & COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Xy. S; THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, f r-it-c- m FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS :onioAao. ST. LOUTS. Public Sale of Land! SPRING AND SUMMER. I JBOSTOT, Asagent Of the heirs ctf Malmda Ccwan, I will sell ti the highest bidder, on the prtmises, at a ""Daily openimng. New Hats, flowers and lacesl o'clock P. .St., on We give the assurance ta the trade that they wil. find in our establishment the same cscluslvcnsis In style of paiteroi, hats and bonnets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we ate Madeof Oak'Pickett, the cheapest and best fence A Good Little known throughout the country. in the market. I have secureU a rtrstclass trimrrer for the season. Thanking you fcr pat favors, we respect-ful- l solicit your patronage heretofore so literally IRON A.ND STEEL ROOFING Near ML Salem, in Lincoln county, on the pike bestJwed.U- - M D DWDDKUAR- Mill work at City Prlcef. KATE DUUDKKAK. Manager. leading irom fflt. saiem to aiiituieourg ine Somethingjto Beautify the Ladies. Will be enabled to make Lower Prices lhan has ever been offered here. I would call special attention to tor I will carry a general stock of Building rial and by sailing Mat, cash: oircrsr. Saturdays June ist, 1895, Farm of 104 Acres of Land, WIRE and SLAT FENCE 11 Farm Has Good Improvements ot In lencing, houses, etc., and has several good Spll.gs and other stock water on it. Any one OF desiring to look at the farm can call on Robert Cow an on the premises. Lots in Tkms. One half cash; balance In i and a yeara Houses rqaal Installments, biarlug interest at the rate of Bank Stock. 6 per vent, per annum. Postestion given Sept. is, 1845. Aa Executor ofCurtis Wain, deed , I ' rill sell at JUI1N N.MENKFKE. Agent fcr Heirs. public outcry to the highest bidder, on 21 Executor's and : Sale Tho Myers House, ! Stanford and PW. GREEN. Proprietor. Stanford, : : : Kontucky. TO THE CITIZEXTS Of Lincoln County. The New Monday, June xotli, 1895, door In At a o'clock P. it., before the Stanford, Ky., the Dwelling House and Lot alius-te- d on the coiner of Lancaster and hhort streets In the city ot Stanford and ippotilc the N. W. corner of Court House Square, and now occupied as a residence by A. A. Warren. This lot has a frontage of about aiK feet on Lancaster street Also the Dwelling House, Uardin and Lots in the Helm Addition to Staalord, formerly occupied by R'Cbard Ws'ts and containing about j Acres of Land. The properly consists of the dwelling-housand lot, Including ordinary outbuildings and the jrardtn, and two vacant lota of about two acres eaeh, adjoining. One of these lots fronts on Water Works and Springs Streets and the other fronts Spriigs street and extends to line of Hock-- er praperty. 1 his property will be offered lor sale in three parcels, a above indicated, and then the hlebest bid- or i r whole. and of Knob 1.SQU, samobids accented. 01 . ucing a pari A.so ao acres Hugh Hays knob tland, and adjoins itout land the near Uell and 1'ine uncos. Also 6 shares ot tne uapitai biock oi ine i.ouii-vill- e Banking Co., Louisville, Ky, Also 3 shares of the Capital Stock of the Louisville Trust Co., Louisville, Ky. LouisAlso 5 shares of the Capital ville Insurance Co , Louisville, Ky. Also one Silver Watcb. TKKMS.-T- he real property will be sold on credits ot 6 and la months, in equal payments, secured by lien retained and note with approved personal security, bearing interest Irom day of sale. The stock or personal property will be sold on a credit ol threo months and the purchaser will be required to execute note with approved personal security, bcanng intereat frnm date of sale. Possessionol tho dwelling houses will be given July i, i95, and of the knob land, lots ana per sonal property when the terms ot the sale JOHN II. HIGGIN'S. with Ex.T. C Watts Hill ft McRoberts, Altys court-house e I am still running thla n Hotel and will continue to give my guests the politest alien - as well as the best the market affords. Special Attention1 to tho Traveling Public. NORFOLK RAILROAD. THE London. RILEY - Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., HOUSE Kentucky. Mill, F. B. RILEY, ProprlBtor, I have moved to R -"- ""-T WESTERN TICKETS Is now n full operation, and invitee the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to Us material, Note superioi workmanship and low prices. J V, tired. SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pin flooring at Jjpei hundred. As low aa $1 50 per hundred. hundred. It. co per hundred. As low as $1 30 per in yellow Alfpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling Perfectly clear yellow poplat weather boarding at poplar, chestnut and ash, aa low as Ji ae per uiidied. Iwuble dressed lumber as low aa ft per hundred. Beautiful vcllow pine finishing lumber. quarter oak, 4c. Save money by giving us you. r .. ... n - enr ittiehavl Give me a call. """ my new Hotel and am better accommodate auuiTirr iMm,.-i..- the nubile. .. j. FRANK RILKY, D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Has more nice Furniture than waa ever in Itus- mom p!.,.yr.I.ll,s,M Surry I haetons.MoiegoodCulilviorsWagons: Plows n,Ce 1'MlM. Whlpi and Binder Twine than was ever seen here. Hemore in. rites the public to csll and seetiie and I ''"n". -- lyfw '"t E LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster piive, THE HEALING WATERJj" STILL FLOW FROM OLD M.S. Baughmsn. i. w it.,,,. M.S.&J.WcBaughman, FRoratiTom Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more lhan a century ago, these famous Springs hate given eallh and pleasure to a mighty army ol Invalids and Tourists from all parts ol the world. The Springs are 1 LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. HARNESS SHOP NORTH AND EAST. - road-makin- g, I Now Open for Reception of Guests. Boating. Bowling, Billiards. Dancing. Driving, Fishiog. Outdoor Gamei, Good Mmlc,New Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, And ail that goes to make your visit enjoyable. season at my place, Will make East Ol Stanford, a( tl-- e ii miles $16 To Insuro A. Living Colt. I TlBie-Table- s, bjs-Ur- JWiSOiE, Ti. Pence has proved himself to be a breeder of 10U 1EUijP,nd 1 kxJ "ortmen, or .Harness & both style and speed. His colts haVe sold from dies, Saddle., Ac, Have your the pasture, without any training bills, at tijo to Board and Rooms, ti to Sis per week. Special Jijo these hard times. Rates U Familiea and Societies. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Mares taken care ot at fa per woLth, but not Tor further information apply to responsible' fir accidents. Wlllguaraateeflrat-clas- s GTJ3 HOFMANN. Proo.. work! and ,a,UUctory ry. price. Tiy our hor, alioer. A. M. Crab Orchard, Ky J a TERMS MODERATE. d,. -- , -- .Jl.'ti t i. 9 ..