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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896050801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. vol. xxv. TEXAS. .1 STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1896. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE l i NO. 20 vjj-i-l. !" COUNTY. iiieorouui JJhudIh Omniy Girl DrlifMnl I mill iht Jam Stur Shite. i no ones wor on me i'resoyterlan To the Kdlter o( the Interior Journal. Huow.nwooii, Texan. May 1. -- Fwor otiuron wiii won mi up. alnco my nrrival in Jtrown county I have , -- Mr. V. IJ. Wliitfheitd iinsset hissaw been thinking I wotilJ writ n letter to mill at Atium' pnml in Went of town, The iximl boys are making oxten-woul- d jour paper. I suppose the pbpl tliero something of thw j hIvo preparations for their nturtnin-"wll- d like to hoar and wooly West." Tlmt phrase, I iiint K'It John CarmicliHl prpaohed must say, Is a thing of the pa'. We st is as tame a pUao a any other r!lent sermons lo the lliptiat brethren one. Those wild co bjy stories and last Sunday. V. & T Ores are tnkitiu hair's breadth escapen are merely found lean's on land for an oil company of magazines. in papers and Will my readers think I am anxioun IVtitmvlvaiiiH. The patent line ki'n of Smith k Mil-m- y for a boom if I toll thorn something of is Hearing completion, so out place V is in the Our town Southern home South-wester- n part of the State and is a . wll have two kilnp. E litor.Smlth'n g.uno chicken ranch thriving placed about 1,000 inhabitant Worth and IUo Grande R. It is nourishing. It contains some of the The Fort ends here. The Santo K p.isaca here j fluent sliuiiiH in the State, Mr. Dud McUluro whs cut in the and ends at St. Angelo. Wo have pix ' evening hy a stone of two more soon; head Uit Situr-ltchurches and promise completed; two colleger) llutii: by some unknown person one is partially J. W. Matler has sent to the and two graded public schools, water works and electric lighta, round house, State chemist samples of accumulations several cotton gins, n compress and cot- - Irotn the Marler c.ive. Hn tliinks helms ton seed oil mill. etc. The houses are a fortune in the atulTus a fertilizer, Mr. Rolil'ike, of l'ine Hill, who very nlco but tho yards aro nut so pretty i Mot of them ate i had his hand blown oil with dynamite at in thu old Stales. niinils tho grass, though pome have Uer- - some time ago is making a success in the u9ws butch businesi with tho Southern muda grass. I am loath to say wo have whisky back News Co on L. fc N. Mr. W. G. Adams, of Hrodhead, is again. We had a limu of peace, hut alaB as much now. We hope preparing to go into tho chicken business wo can't say and pray the next time we have an op- oi a large mikIo. He is already running an incubator of '200 capacity, assisted by portunity wo will oust it SKain. There is not much stock laislng hero a Mr. Mowers, an experienced man. - Misses Kiuuaird and Cocks accomnow. All the Rrr.tng lamia aro turned and wired up. Some stock- - panied a large party of young folks on a into farms raising is done out farther West, but not Hilling exuursion to Kenfro Creek I'fct on such an extensive bcmIo as of yore Saturday. All iiad a most pleasant time Tho "pitching" horse, too, is almoat a while the fish still serenely enjoy their thing of tho past. Some of tho young freedom We are told by Mr. Grant Hiker that horses pitch tor buck) a few jumps when ridden, but not those half mile the skeleton of a man found near Hazel first d Patch aome yearn eince is still uiihuried. pitches like they used to. The diiapisrlng It is near runnel No y upon a hill side cattle, too, are and we are beginning to have some fine in the bushts in a rough box on top of Block. We had a stock show here some the ground with a large stone for a covtnno since ond although not so good rs ering. Tho scoish is yet viaited by unny the old Kentucky stock, they were a de- people. One of the best artirlrs which wo cided improvement on tho Texas stock of old. have rmul upon the money question was man's counBl must say this is a Uzyput "Hie Crime of the Age" by Prof. J. S. lu it lakes try, for ofter the crop i nppert. Thin article u,ipertd in the very little work to compete it. Cot- , M. enioii Ktgleof list wee and alwhen there is a seasonable year, mtkwi though not harmonizing with tho tidws from U0 to Id hmheis per acre, oats oO to of tht editor, Mr. E. M Smith, ho very 100, wheat from 20 to 10 per acre and courteously give it quite a complimencotton from J to J of a blo to the acre. tary notice. Wo have had one bud drouth since we The railroad made no appropriation have been hero and it was very distress- - for hallHl this year, hut Rj.tdniaster lng then. The poor stock were the ureal Smith, who is a hustler from away back, ... A 11 . I ,1... u'.lur Itl eusunorerBirum.i.I. hw rnamged sirirs of his department so OiotmiliH. nrnonds. was dried up ami i well he is .. ... save enough for the creokaand rivers wero so low a great purchase of six cars per day from died from want of water. Welsh's quarry and thinks wil be able The grato, too, fust disappeared under Is order soon. M- increasH ml... ''' I t naa none ureal damage .1 , j I , Hugh Seargent has contracted to Pel) j his entire output of m luuUcttmd totnc- e to If. Wudiiklnd & Co., of Liuisville. Mr. Win. Kibin, who is here with his wife, the guesta of Messrs. John Muchumtn and J. It. Gilkersou, is the champion bicyclist of Scotland. J. L. Jarvis has completed his store- hoiiso near Mr. Monroe Curtis' and in a few davs Mr. G. Wash Singleton wi'l fill He will also run a lum it with good". beryard. Dr and Mrs. I. S. Murdutt are beautifying tho interior of their residence with a coat of p.nnt. They are doing tho work themselves and the latter is Indeed an adept with the brush. G. C. f) tnuigin, of this pi .ce, m a man of mtny puts. He is a harnessmak-er- , a shoe.naker and a jeweler aud has n pretty good idea of several other trades Strange to say he is good at all. Decoration day will bo observed here, when it is more than probable that some prominent speakers will be on hand, as well rs a hand or two of music. The program lies not yet been arranged -- ... CRAB ORCHARD LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. ArdHHHkrJt" j c6rn. -- ir however. l).ive Payne and Curtis Egbert aro lajing their plans for tho opening up of a big candy factory in Crab Orchard. Mr. Egbert is an expert candy maker and with Mr. Payne to drum up tho business they ought to do well. Crab Orchard wants the State guard to cMiip there this year aud a better place could hardiy be found. Abundant of a goose. room, splendid grounds to drill on and A petition has been circulated here elegant hotel accomodations, are some of reqnesting the discontinuance of Sunday Elder George Gowen was invited to Barhourvillo Wednesday, where ho de livered a most able lecture on temperance At tho election of school trustees the following wero chosen: Messrs. B. F. Hudson and Lewis Y. Leavell. Two more worthy or capable ones could not be found. The Lancaster base ball nine will swoop down upon the Stanford peoplo to- - lay ready to play a match game with the Stanford team We hope for favorable results for the Lancaster club. New officers were elected in the tho Christian Endeavor Society Sunday afternoon. W. II. Noel was president; Miss Lillian Kinuaird, vice- president; Miss Mabel Koyston, secreta ry and treosurer. dipt. William Herndon and Lewis Walker, counsel for Shelby Nunn, who is in jail under a sentence of 131 years for the murder of Win. Best, telegraphed the clerk of tho court of appeals to with and ho draw the motion for a was taken to Frankfort Tuesday. There are some very largo and peculiar snakes being found in this section. One ! feet long and of an unusual vari ety was killed on tho Sutton form, two miles north of town. Another waa seen in an adjacent field and was strange from its breadth. It is known as tho blowing adder and when approached makes a very unusual Bound resembling the hiss CRAIG & HOOKER, CASH DRUGGISTS, Will fill your prescription; will save you money and will give you perfect satisfaction. We are headquarters for TRUSSES And surgical supplies. - IN. ; : Your patronage solicited. -- ) RUw.wwmsnw-'rvtfwjf- r.T - ". -J ,.A ; .".A f, -- .A AAA ' .A.VVAAAAAAA '45 ''AA-1A- A r i&WsrvVvwvwas $Bmmm mm WPO JAMES FRYE, Of Hustonville, is offering Great Bargains in all lines for the next 30 days. "fl I K, WO W IS THE TIME TO BUY James Frye, Hustonville. Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. Every Thing Goes At Greatly Reduced Prices. Come before it is too late. AAA mmmmmmmx 1AA AAA V. A AAA A. 1 AAA AAA AAA long-horne- - i ,.... illnftnck the to Smith tho burning heat. Tho winter after that probablv the youngest roidmasteron tnu was ouo long to bo remembered hy all. system nud if hn continues in his present All the stock lived on was prickly pear course ho will reach tho superintendence-enpds. These were held over a fire till even a higher point in his chosen all tho thorns were burned oil and they work wore greedily devoured by tho cattle. A new variety of bug has made its Tno drouth did not break up till late In appparance in tho potato patches here. It tho Spring and cut tho next crop short is about the fiizt of the potato some, but people made enough to do bug; is red with bltuk spots. It cots holes them. The rest of thu cropi have been in the leaf instead of eating from its good. Lwt year was. a fine year; moat edges. In watching the actions of these all hnvo corn left over now after using hugs, the writer discovered them destroyplenty all winter. ing tho eggs deposited on the leaves by This is ft lovely Spring; everything is the potato bug. It appears that they oat in line condition The grasj is nice and an or two tnen tak a few bites f'Oin theoflttieand horses aro sleek. Crops th" leaf. It wm observed in one instance aro doing finely, corn Is knee high and that one bug deatmyed four eggs within oits are heading; tho harvest time is lo minutes Tno new bug. ho far hs obnear. Cotton is up and looks nlcejy. served, doe not injure tho plant so much Of tho people too much can not be hs tho old variety. They are not very said. They aro Utnd, g' nial and hospi- numerous yet " table. Tnuro la no crod of "stuck npi Mre. .1. W. Xttshitt Hnd sister. Mrs. o person is ni- t- m.'Miinlx and If a l)r Flannugan.of Missouri, are visiting with tho nolicst. Poverty is entire- their parents at IUvenawood, Una counly laid aside. Tde worth of a person is ty. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Painter were1 looked at, ml his hom-- H and clothes, enpRts cf Judge Carter last week. Dr. J. lands, etc. Insickneefl they come nud T FlumwiMi! and family, of Iiosworth. work, not morely .is' in freezing tones Mo., visited Mr. J. W. Nesbitt this week. how you aro, but go and stay for days Mr. Jop Thompson and family hove reanilnlghtR. Oaecm loave their Bick turned to Garrard county after visiting and take rest coutentedlr, for thoy can numi'rnus relatives. Mrs. II. L. Thompknow they will bo cared for. son and family are guests of Mrs. Win. In thu drouth here, when tho poorer Poynter MrC O. Williaiua is in Louis-villpeople wero hard pressed for money to Dr. John Mason Williams bos live on, Mr. Henry Ford went East and to Louisville to a lucrative pracborrowed a large amount of money and tice and a chair in the medical college. loaned it out for the peoplo to live on till Mr Stevens, of Ohio, was hero last week their crops were made. Any one who arranging to sink a test oil well. Look tries lodo for himself can make a living out for h boom. hore, for ho can go to tho towns ond got what ho needs for tho snpport of his HE TIED JIEli SHOE, ) family ud when the cotton is raised ho IIEKOBK. can pay. I tied her sho- eShe asked me to I am afraid I am writing too much for I didn't hurry much, would you? one time. But will you ba lenient with Hut woll she knew Texas laaaubject I can't dwell me? for Krol got through, least to my thinking. nn lnnpon-- at I'd see tho eha was No. 2. This la not written to encourage immi AFTER. gration.but Bimply because I thought I tied her shoe Bho told mo to perhaps my old friends and relativesg I bBd no choice and this she knew; in Kentucky would like to hear For Bho's the Bhrevr of tho place where I live, and an I married to, If this ea- -' open letter would b better. And what she says you bet I do. capes tho waste basket, some day I may George Goes, BRed 14, and Horvey be tempted to write more. wishes for the Bucceaa of tho Patterson, 0, are in jail at Kicholasville With host old I. J. und greetings to all old friends, awsitiuR their trial for attempting to wreck a passenger train on the Q, A O. I am sincerely yoara, They placed a heavy piece of iron across (Mias) Pkahu E. Turnbull. the track on a high bridge and on being BluoGeld, W. V., Farrla flhaw questioned about it said that they want -- At SO. ed to wreck the train just for the fun of Abound killed William Worth over a ineuiiu)? cent dobt for a chicken. ono-fifth the inducements she oHVrs. Manager Gus Hofmanu of Crab Orchard Springs is looking for a big season this year. It would he hard to find a more delightful resort than his and people of thid and adjoining counties should take advantage of his low rats and splendid accommodations -- Mr W. K. Perkins is back from Louisvil e where he bought dead loads of goods. Mrs. Hannah Jones continues very HI G.ibe Adams, of Frankfort, was here 'his wdk lo see one of Crab Orchard's prettiest girN. Morris J. Har ris, who has also been sick, is out again. Mrs. Jean Uickerson, mother of Mr. J. M GilKerson, and who is yeats old, is the moit active woman of her age in the country. She does all of her house-hol- d work, including the cooking and at times does her own washing. She can't beiuduced to let a servant help her. Moth Joe White aud Ben Kennedy were doing as well as could be expected at list accounts. The doctors think it will not be necessary to amputate Mr. White's nrm. but one of Mr. Kennedy's lingers has been taken oil and it may yet prove necessary to amputate another. His wound in the cheek is not giving him any great amount of trouble. It is to be hoped that both young men will snoubelhomselreHagiin and that the matter will bo forever dropped. Crab Orchard has about as solid a lot of merchants as can bo found in any town in Mie Sitto of its size. Iu the town proper are Messrs. W. E. Perkins, W. A. Carsou, Sam Hardin,U). C. Payne, general merchants, and W. A. Meazley & Son and Fayneit Pettus, druggists. Mra. D. G. Slaughter also sells some groceries in connection with her millinery store. At the depot are found A. H. Huh tin and J. II. Collier, who used;to conttituto ouo fir.u but who are competitors now. Sfl-o- work It'll that day is an imposition on tho Sabbath i and tho rest of the cause of large and rather boisterous crowds frequenting the sidewalks about We have just what you want in Bright Colors. mail time. It received many signatures. Sunday mails have been received here about a yenr. Married, at Klrksvllls, Wednesday, Mr. Nathon Cotton and Miss Lizzie pS Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, of this place. Tho groom is a widWagons and Plows. o farmer, owning ower and a several handsome farms. The bride is a sister of W. It. Romans, Mrs. Jane Jen nings and Mra. Amanda Petty, of this Come in and look through our samples of Paper. Newplace. Mr. and Mrs. Cotton will return est and Latest Designs. to Lancaster and go to house keeping McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. W: B. until next year, when they will move to r one of Mr. Cotton's farms. Mr. P. Watt Hardin honored this city with a few hours' eojourn Monday. BfgjSfffri Tl mails. It claims that " post-offic- e post-mast- er M if B0 H'MBEBTS. Wagon and Implement Paint. Uo-man- s, well-to-d- Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. iu'; .. He'speut the night at Mr. S. M. V- Iloth-well- 's MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. min-Kl- e. George P. Williams, a Pittsburg oil man. secured n divorce in Oklahoma on tho plea that he was drunk when he married. Richmond is di&cussing at preaout the marriage of llarry Tevio, son of Hon. W.T. Tevid, of that plactj, to Mis3 Lizzie Hoggin, which although it occurred nearly a year ago, has just beon nude public Tho wodding wub in Nashville and the bride is a niece of Lord Murleigh, of tho English House of Lords, and a handsome And highly accomplished young lady. The reason for the secrecy is not apparent and why anybody would want to marry in that way is ouo of the things no fellow can find out, as Southern used te Bay. -well-kno- boarding houBe, within a stone's throw of your reporters homo It is a wonder the fact was not surmised before it waa really known that so distinguished a guest was bo near, as frequently on fie evening air we heard the phrases, "free Bilver," "gold standard," "10 to 1," and a "sound money basis." Mrs. Margaret Totten died Monday after a lingering illness cf heart trouble. The funeral was preached nt the residence Tuesday at 3 o'clock by Elder Geo. Mrs. Totten was tho wife of Gowon. Judge Win. Totten and was in her 05th year She was aunt by marriago of Gov. Bradley. She was a devout member of .. ....: i i mo uurisuauuuurcni aim u .iuuhi caiiuin-bl- e woman, and died with tho blessed assurance of a life of immortality. A husbaud nud several children aro left to mourn the departure of a good wife end mother. Miss Car a Harmsn, of London, is tho guest of Mrs. Richard Ward. Mrs F. D. Gaines, of Danville, is visting Mr. and Mia. Theodore Curry. Dr. W. S. lleez-leis at Crab Orchard. MUsea Mollie nnd Katie Turpiu will arrive to morrow and bo the guests of Miss Moody Poul-te- r. Misses Mat tie May ond Lillio LeavMrs ell aro visiting their James Fish, at Crab Orchard. Mr. War ren Williams, of Paris, will bo tho gueBt of Mr. and Mrs. Georno Hardin. Mrs. , ll'Jj H. Zimmor and little daughter, E'eie, of rj KchmouU.are vleUors of Mrs. James .mj J I k Lively Move ! We are Moving things lively in the way of CLOTHING, "wT HATS, And .,,,... I FURNISHING GOODS. Special Sale in , j , o ur fT(W y XI - Ten Do!!ar Suits, Call Early. (TICK J. L. F30HHAN ts CD., DAK VILLE, ( y IL JOL&j VfJi!LyiLo Kentucky. grand-mothe- r, PC Miller, uouuty Ulertc J. . uummins and wife, of Stanford, were here this .; Tl3)7u) If WffF a. II yf , ..-- . pfl A f. -. .. (JvIl v) . HHHMfr HJIU -- - jf -- a hand a iiur of To the Editor o( the Interior Journal. the jiep ublic. ier, oi niciioiHBvine, are ;:8omS:' Dr. Bryant. Misa DeJarnett mood, is the guest of Misses Jennie and ' Lucy Arnold. Mra. llarve J. McRoberts j baa returned to Stanford after visiting' Mrs It. E. McRoberts. G. S. Gaines was in Richmond Tuesday. Mr. Hughes and wife, of Danville, were here this week. HUBBLE. nenk., mm. liiium iuiuci uuu ununu Is Now- - ; l m 1 : m comDlete in Every Department. o;;o 1 r, HI fie.w JvWlitpery Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in arid see our stock. W ft: :! 1 ij ws eotne-thin- Too next State encampment of the Grand Army of tho Republic, department of Kentucky, will be held at Somerset, May 19. Somerset js the county sent of Pulaski county, a county which furnished nearly 2,000 soldiers to the Union cause, and is within eight ini!esof tho historic battlefield of Mill Springs.Jnear which is located a National cemetery containing the graves of nearly 1,000 Union soldiers. Burnside, on the Cumberland river, formerly called Point Burnaide, held by the Federal aoldiera as aatragetic point during the war, is also within six miles of this placo. The people of Somerset extend to you a cordial invitation'.to be present and assure you every attention wili;be extended to make your stay pleasant. Eggs are worth 7c per dozencn here. The dry weather is somewhat alarm- GlotfyigPRH&Gfc - v ing in this community. Bring on your old Betting hens ond roosters, as no discount will be taken on account of spurs or clucking. Mra. 8. Dunbar is able to ride out again. Mrs. T. M. Goodnight is visiting friends and relatives in this community. Mr. Will Robinson is in from Middles-bor- o to visit his parents for a few days. Mr. J. S. Minor and wife, of Louis-villare vlaiting Ed Minor and family. Dr. Herring reports Mrs. Ool. Underwood 80mewhat improved. She has been Buffering from stomach trouble for the last ten days. e, All new goods for spring and wear. Every thing strictly Up-to-dat- ! summe ?m ::. il "BSD Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety. K0K." a James Denton, Ch'm. WiLLO.CoHD.Sec'y. Murderer H. H. Holmes waa to have paid the penalty of his variooi crimes with his life yeBterday. ifr The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, CHARLES WHEELER, - - Hustonville, Ky ;s&S (tti '"SW itMl-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR I A officer and many deeds of bravery are fools." Mr. Hardiu should not get reck- wounded in a battle between blacks and credited to him. When with Gen. Stone less. Misstatements are bad enough, but whites in Lafayette couuty, Fla. '. 1,7 nun's ommand ho was surrounded by profanity is inexcusable. The erstwhile A 17 year old white boy and a negro toe Codfederates, and the genera! wbb sunny tempered Wat seems to have be- were sentenced nt St. Louis to be hanged preparing to surrender, Col. Adams went gun to take the world too seriously. for the murder oi At water, the artist. to him aud said, that he did not want to One of the quintuplets born to the Wiiks soma testimony unfit for ladies disobey orders, but he intended to cut his Graves countv woman is dead, but the way out or die in the attempt. "Then to hear was about to be introduced in tho other four are still kicking and cryinsr. We only mention a few of the thousands of bargains let the blood be on your hands" said the Jackson trial, the judge suggested that All of tho city schools in the State J cents, The Georgetown Times says that 12 X- but the Ele they retire from tho court-roowe have in stock. Ladies' black seamless ho,e general, "I wipe my hands of it." will adjourn two weeks earlier than usual "5'(jJ I innn limitir rtli Iiirlin 1 iimmi ... finding the weak- 50 or more present did not budge until on account of the shortage in echool and 13c ia the highest price offered for li ire -, made the attempt after ifirt '3"-- ' ...v.... Mii.,1 i fc wool there. est part of the enemies' line and succeed- he ordered the sheritl to remove them. It funds. ular S'jC goods at 5c. Checked and white striped goods ,t is hardly necessary to add that the ladies ; Owner Dwyer eaya that Ben Bruch ed in getting out with his regiment John D. Kockfeller baa agreed to Ladies' sleeveless goods 5c; better one 10c. Ladies shr 5C. were from Cincinnati. will try for the Latonia, Oakley and St. loss of less than 60 killed and woundgive Vassar College $100,000 toward the V n'' Percale shirt waists 8c, wortli 75c. Cs;, ed. He had a horror of Libby Prison erection of a new dormitory ora recita- Louis Derbies. Gov. Boil Taylor was nominated yesB. K. Wenren is headquarters for ciptineand incar- terday for and preferred death to tion hall. his third term, (not consecu$s Hair Apron Check Gingham at only 5c. Children's and ceration there. The manager of a mine in Poland cultivators, corn planters, harrows Ac. f)r tive, however) as gove'nor of Tennessee, ladies' Oxfords at half what others ask you. Cottonadc iV''' . Col Adams wr born in Casey couuty The Lowest prices. in pelf ' about oo years ag-- . Ho married a Miss and will of couraa be elected. Ttie gen-i- shot two strikers upon him do'ente. hN Railey Bros., of Versailles, refused oc vnrd. Laundered neeliece shirts 15c. Cottonadc end chopped rioters then fell Bob always gets what he goes after eij'J.OOO for tiiiir tine taddler, I.aiiy Dare, Elliott, whoeurvivefi him. They never & pants .10c, worth 75c. Large brown Huckeyc hats 10c. 0him to pieces. ther in public or private life. . had any children. After tho war be apDuring a runaway at ShelbyvilU', by Chepfer Dare. t Good outitip skirts 2.1c. Lace cuttains low as ?oc a pnir. -- G A C. 1'. Cecil's Chlorine, 2:13j, POLITICAL POINTERS. plied himo If to the study of the lawi Ind., Mrs. Msggio Wilson, in her excite Ladies patent tip shoes SSc. Men's suits ?3, worth S5. which he had begun before entering the baby out on the street brought $1,050 m Fgaig's ksIm in New Utirrah for nt! The democrats car- ment threw her York. Bright Heart, 2:25, brought $635. Matting ioc. Jointless matting 15c. army, and got license to practice. Peo and it was fatally hurt. ried Jeli'ersonville Tuesday. Sales of lfcO bushels of wheat at Ofio, ple had confidence in him and it became "Dad" Oulp, a butcher at Rouci-vertThe House has adopted a resolution lucrative. He was absolutely invincible W Wa., shot and fatally wounded and hug yearling rattle, 1.0S6 lbs., at Ic fixing May IS for final adjournment. in bis county and when i food for of wife and son and in return shot him- are reported in the Winchester DemoThe House passed tho bill granting his crat. lined offer. Ho served fice, r.o one else self. Tho fiend was drunk. widow of Walter Q Gresham a penJohn Robinson is paying from $35 r as comity attorney, was the for one or two terms There will bo a musical contr.st A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, sion of $100 a month. to $50 for spring sugar maro rolh., and to tho Legislature once or more in Cynthiana at the elecud diamond rings Michigan delegates to the republican T. D. RANEV, Manager. and when he was nominated for Con-gr- National bouse May 22 in which girls from h from $15 to $25 for horso colts. Hnr- convention will go strongly largest vote If a he carried Casey by the dozen schools will participate. Hranch Stores: pledged to support McKinley. John Buchanan delivered to R. S ever polled. In tho Legislature he was The Knights of Honor of Louisville The California republican conven known as "The Silent Man," not opening tion are making active preparations for enter RiKsell 25 fat hogs that bo sold him Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrenceburg, declared for free coinage at 10 to 1, during a'whole term. In Conhis mouth taining the Supreme Lodge of the order, some time ago at 3c. He also sold hi in Cynthian.i, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, and for McKinley for president. a couple of oxen at 3c. gress he did muchjfor his district and it which meets there June 0 to IS. Ivy., A secret met ting of Elizabcthtown, Eranklort. Raesell Ralley's car load of fancy friends was a ead blow to bim and bis Maurice and Wilbur Gleason, eight has been called for tonight and Mauckport, Ind. Siuco saddlers brought an average of $235 at 4, nt of renomination. when ho failed and five years old respectively, broke into Clover brought $120, Washington, he has prac- at Bowling Green, according to reports at a residence in Philadelphia and after tak- Philadelphia. iA . -his return from Frankfort. "TS"? --ticed his profession and was in all the ing ft? they wanted set the building on which was tho highest price. V The Lexington people have decided fire. what Mr. G. A Givenahas returned from leading cases of his section. In speakiDg on the Auditorium in Woodland Parte as Gov. Bradley in tho case of Geo. . the South where he disposed of five car of him, Col. Hill, who knew him wbll HUY THE OLD RELIABLE, and the place for holding the democratic Smith, editor of Justice, an A. P. A pub- loads of mules at from $60 to $110. The slid: He was one of the bravest State convention. lication, remits the State's portion of the latter price waa for extra good onec. gentlest men I ever knew, as modest as a It is estimated that the expenditures 5S77 50 fine, because ho thinks it excee-eivR. D Bruce is still with the Champ as courageous as a lion. He woman and authorized and contemplated by Mr. ion Machini Co., and wants hia friends Col. Wolford were two of the grandand Reed's House will amount to abont There was only one bid for theTexi s to see hia machines before they buy. est and noblest men the mountains of eleven hundred millions of dollars. road, Bold under decreo of court at Don't forget him. J. L. Totten ia agent Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Kentucky has ever produced, and they The McKinley men are said to be and that was $300,000, James at Stanford. greatest men. Right. have given us some of our negotiating with friends of Senator Haw-le- y Helm for anew company ws the purA. C. Miles has honght of various for the purpose of making tho na- chaser. partiea in Jessamine 226 ewen at an avTub Scott JackBon defense collapsed, Gov. Bradley has had a row with erage of $2.57 with SO per cent of lambs W. R. Trusty's testimony waa com- tional ticket McKinley and Uawley. when Secretary Carlisle haa senta telegram certain State officials on account of their thrown in. The crop of lamba ia very pletely npaet by the Commonwealth, which proved by letters and oral evidence to a friend at Lexington denying the refusal to contribute to a fund for pay- large in the county and tho' few will be that John Soard, the man who had been report circulated by the free silver peo- ing the expenses of Reeder nnd Knoefel good enough to go to tho Eiatern mar It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, atruatedby Scott Jackson with securing ple of thia State that ho voted for Brad- at St. Louis. ket. Jessamine Journal. don't keep it. -- The Adams Exprera Company em evidence to refute that of the prosecution, ley for governor. WAYNESBURC Speaker Reed, in refusing to recog- ployea are awaiting a reply from Presihad been buying testimony and perjurIf the ers by the wboleeale, and had coached the nize a Southern republican member, who dent Weir to their demanda. We need a rain, oh so bad. fallow. Trusty, to awear that he had for wanted to call up a war claim bill, Baid reply is unfavorable a general strike will We hear some complaint about cut 10 helped three men to take the body of it had been decided not to consider any be inaugurated. worms, but hopa they wont be aa deTtie dead body of Bud Monday was structive aa laat year. a dead woman from a house of ill fame Southern war claims at this session. Gen. Hardin divides sound money found in Clear Fork river, near Jellico. -- Saturday and Sunday will bo reguon George street, Cincinnati, and carried thieves and Monday had gone fishing with two oth- lar church meeting days and sacrament to the Kentucky side where one of the men .into it men took the body and left it where it fools. On the other hand the free silver- - er men. He lost his balance, fell into will be taken Sunday. the river and drowned. waa found near Fort Thomas. To have ites may be classified into Dr. Cox, the hustling hat man, was financial failures and mental and Tbo body of one of the victims of in town Tuesday. Mr. II. S. Gooch rebeen lying as ho waa tho follow told hifl Sold from Sample. story pretty straight, but there waa a sen- moral degenerates, to every one of which the recent cloudburst in Clay county has turned to Indiana Tuesday after a s' sation whenjCol Nelaon produced a let- classes the general is supposed to be eligi- been recovered from a creek near hia vialtto his parents. home. Search ia being tnndo for the ter to show tbat the whole thing waa con- ble Louisville Times. Mrs. Ellison Padgett boa been very The Louisville PoBt contains this corpses of the other victims. cocted by Soard, who has since admitted sick for several davs, but we are glad to building on Walnut know she ia a little batter at thia writing A his guilt and he and Trusty arrested charming piece of news: It is believed for perjury. Both men used to live in at Stanford that Hon. George Davison, of street, in Cincinnati, waa demolished by Mr. Millard Padgett is at home from a this county, Trusty at one time being in that city, a polished young gentleman an explosion of gasoline. Seven people are visit in the South, where he haa been Cut to match without waste. If necessary can get carpet cut?to4 fit floor in 48 hours. Moquette and Smyrna Rugs always in stock. the employ of A. C. Sine, of this place, and a Carlisle democrat, will Boon an- known to have been killed and 18 injur- for some timo in business. When he lived at Kingaville. He was a nounce for Congress." The paper waa ed and the fatalities may prove moro disMr. Jack Claunch, who waa staying worthless character and capable of any- doubtless misled by the flattering notice astrous. with hia brother, Hardin Claunch, died At Wooster, O , Lincoln Pancoast very unexpectedly Friday morning, althing. Soard is a relative of his and the we gave the "Gray Gelding" who is as Next door to Penny's Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. detective is about as sorry a rantankerous and ringtailed a republican died of a broken heart wheu he heard though he had been in bad health for that his Bon had been sentenced to bo some time. His remains were taken to horse aa ever went to the penitentiary. aa ever wore a gum shoe. Mr. Foree took Mr. Hardin to task hung for murder in South Dakota. The Grundy, in Pulaski county, for interHe has figured in all kinda of scrapea and Imought to have been hung for the murder for hia Nihilistic utterances at Rich- mother is also at the point of death from ment. Our merchants, H. D. Tadgett and committedin Casey, for which he got a mond and poured some hot shot into the same trouble. At Canaan, Conn., Edwin Plant shot L.D. Gooch & Son, are doing a good buslife sentence and after a year or two a him, for hia evident purpose of wreckpamphlet this office print-te- d ing the party. Mr. Foree doea not and killed his wife and child and when iness, considering the hard times and pardon. The for him, wiiich purported to be a true think tbat the mere fact tbat Abraham pursued by officers killed himself. He the busy season. With their full stuck In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, WindowJShades, Glass, statement of the killing of the Casey bought the grave of his wifo with silver, was married about two months ago and of new goods and a datermination to aell Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, J and county man, revised by Col. Robert Blain, tbat the price of Christ's blood was paid in five hours after the ceremony hia wife to suit the people, they make one forget Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANViLLEand stc there ia such a thing is hard times. hia attorney, haa figured considerably in in silver, thatGon. Hardin haa no teeth gave birth to a child. Mesara. E B. Caldwall, 8. H. Gooch, case and ia abont aa gauzy tis- filled with gold ia good reaaon why this The monthly statement of the conthe Bryan sue of lies aa waa ever told, but it finally country ahould adopt tho free coinage of dition oi the Kentucky State treasury 8. P. Gooch, V. S Denson and E. W. shows a deficit of $1,160,054.63. The out- Caldwell went aa delegates from here to secured bis pardon, with the assistance of silver. How Col. John O. Hodges, of the standing unpaid warrants have increas- the Sundu)-choconvention at Cumhis faithful attorney. rested the case Lexington Observer, who claims to be a ed during tho month of April from berland church, Pulaski county, Satur Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andjexamine Jackson's attorneys one democrat and a gentleman can write day and Sunday. Mr. M. G. Keynolda to fl,148,32-..57Tuesday and the prosecution spent Wedof the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in CentralJKcn-tucky- . such stufl aa this, ia proof tbat he haa The assessment of Kentucky prop- has been on the sick for a few day. nesday in rebuttal. 'Moat of the prisonoutlived hia usefulness: When Grover erty for the coming year is 1570,926,762, waa organized at The Sunday-scho- ol er's witnesses were impeached and there Cleveland diea be ought to be taken to in round numbers $3,000,000 les Sunday with I. C. thn Ellison school-hous- e is a prospect that his neck will feel the Palestine and buried in the same grave last year. The total revenue to bo col Singleton as superintendent, O. Roberta, halter draw for the most heinous of with Judas Iscariot. One monument lected ia estimated at 12,422,500, or about assistant superintendent, M. G. Rey argument is now in crimes. The will serve to commemorate the virtues $10,000 abort of the previouB year. nolds, secretary. Miss Ora Williams, as and illustrate the history of both. Then While the corpse of her mother, MrB. sistant secretary, and Mrs. Nettie ReyIt is almoBt worth a case of appendici- hell need not bo disturbed by the rivalry Bettio Mann, waa being carried from the nolds, treasurer. There waa quito a large tis to read the nice notices that the par- of the two gentlemen. 11V-house to the hearse, Mrs. Effie Wilson crowd in attendance and hero's hoping tial brethren of the press have made of An order issued by President Cleve- breathed her laat. Mra. Mann died from the school may prosper and do much Journal. He land brings nearly S0.000 government the editor of the Interior a stroke of apoplexy while sitting at tho good. ia both thankfnl and proud to be able to employea under the civil service rules. bedside of her daughter in Lexington. The many friends of Hon. J. S. read hifl own obituary, as some of the The order practically includes all emn Title Com- Owsley, Jr., in this part of the county The pap3ra almost had, and to know that ployes below the rank of those subject pany, of Louisville, filed a deed of assign- are glad to hear of the bright prospects when he doea shuttle off this mortal coil, to nomination by the president and con- ment for the benefit of its creditors. The for hia nomination and feel sure that if may be Bald of him. something good firmation by the Senate with only a few liabilities are said to approximate $209,-00- 0 be ia the choice, old Lincoln would giye exceptions. It is conoidered the most and the assets are estimated by the him a good sized majority and we don't Judok Dcbham is going to make sound important order that haa been issued And Funeral Director. officers of the company at $225,000, con- think a better man could be found for the speeches and will open the ball at money since the inauguration of the system. sisting mainly of real estate. Bad man- office and one whom the republicans Lawrenceburg on the 18th. We wish he The order goes into effect at once, and Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Buggy Robes Speck-er- t would fear more than they of would our Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. would come here and get some of his old increases the number of classified posi- agement on the part President is charged. own John Sam. tions from 55,730 to 85,135. Room opposite Court-Hous- e friends right oh the question. Square, The long expected order nation and says: "McKlnley'a triumph ident extending the civil service has been May 8, lbU"6 is democratic opportunity. The Ohio issued. Stanford, Ky., leader represents every element and Gu3GHdden,onoof the wealthiest phneo and consequence of republicanism horsemen in tho U. S., died at Lowla-yillthat is antagonistic to democracy. His W. P. WALTON. Ind. nomination will present tho issue Dr. Elliston, of Grant county, got tho parties square-cu- t on ovorv wifo and a mob Bide. Twicoon theso isauea he and his drunk and whipped his party have been overwhelmingly defeat- hung him. Two women and two children lost ed before the people. McKlnlby's triumph their lives by the explosion of a gasoline Tim death of Col. Silaa Adauis, which is democratic opportunity, lathe party stove in New York. occurred at his homo in Liberty, at 1 a. wise enough to Improve it?" Wo hope George G. Hanu, a young man ftom m., Wednesday, of pneumonia, removes so. Let us nominate John G. Carlisle Indiana, who belonged ton suicide club, from the sphere of action, in which he with a Bound money, freer trade aud took hi life iu California. played a prominent part, a brave, kind, sailor's rights platform and we shall not C. L. Brown, local freight agent of afipctionate, patriotic and generous, typi- only win, hut what is better, deserve to the 0 it 0 at Lexington, died from tho cal mountain man. When a mere boy he win. olleds of a fall into a cellar." entered the army as lieutenant colonel of Mu. H.uidin said lu his Richmond A fien I at Clayton, Mass , f hot and Ool. Wolford's 1st Kentucky Cavalry and speech that two of Carlisle's five points killed his wife and baby. He then killon the promotion of that gallant old sol- "ared n lies and throe of them falla- ed himself to escape capture. dier acceded to the command of the reg- cies," but he produced no argument to Tho frequency of gasoline explosions iment, and Rave it much of its dash and prove it, any more than he did his furth- suircests that the servant L'irl was safest daring. er assertion that all "gold bug" are either with tho kerosene can. Times. Col. Adams was a most daring cavalry "office seeker, monev lenders or d n Three men were killed and live e, JOUKNE over the prospects The New York World is enthusiastic of McKinley's nomi- NEWSY NOTES. of the pres- to pardon John Gov. Bradley reftn-cPaxton, a Louisville A. P. A., in trouble f jr a cutting scrape. Gov. Bradley tins pardoned his name Bake, W. O. Bradlej, who was sent up for a year from Lnwrenceburg for pocket-boo- k snatching. Ho also pardoned PorPrincH sent up Irom Adair county for ter five years for killing Sam Keith. -- Little Iva Clark dud edm s Jay in Louisville of the pistol slot wound In flicted a week ago by Sain Brumley, her who was jealous because she permitted the' attentions of other young men. The charge against Brum-lewhb changed to niunier. step-brother, & ' 3r' h fc .v- - Strong Persuaders. There's no disputing the fact, the people are keen and far- V. curlitixl and know where to uet their moneys worth. Compare our prices with others and see who sells the cheapest. SIX FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Ouo red yearling bull for sale K P Woods. German millet Heed for tals at B. K WeHren'e. Robert J. went a mile in 2:CSj atSel- ma, Ala , tlie other ilny. T. J. Oulton sold to R. S. Russell, n small bunch of cows at 24c. - K. P. Woods got 3. 16 for hia car load of hogs he took to Cincinnati. I will have l(i good rattle on the market Monday. G. A. Slier, 1 will stand two good jacks at $7 to insure living colts. M. S. Baughman. LouiH Walz bought of A. W. Carpen ter a bunch of extra good butcher stuff at 3c. iCLOTffllC ahd p DBY OOP s, . V' vfi Oxfords, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and our ;X ,, Knctrn hit-f- r ttifnmw in flint- tin tn.lrkvf J thfn nrf! full I4fC n ' : j to overflowing with desirable goods and that jobbers and manufacturers arc eager to sell and are making liberal con- cessions, so Iook out for a GRADD f)AKVG$C OF L01U """ '"'"" PiW$.t r. -- M wit-th- o p "'"; tolr. .- , O fS - al - r V ''' ,' o, - LOUISVILLE STORE. 0-e- ra v v ef m -- anti-Hunt- er knife-grinde- rs J '' J mM A fa Mm fe ffe f$ e. The Vulcan Chilled Plow. ro, We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. I W. H. WEAREN & CO. office-holder- s, CARPETS I ten-day- five-Bto- ry Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettes and Velvets. H. J. McROBERTS. so-call-ed The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House A. E. GIBBONS, ol 1830,-895.4- 9 . "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.' prog-reB- UNDERTAKING German-America- i C Practical Trimmer, Embalmer Stanford, Ky. MIillY, r. 4? & f .c JAW, r"- J SEMI-WEfol- Y lNTERlOR.IOM Ky., May 8-- BETWEEN THE ACTS. iiy m. ni.ownx a long brown clonk over her Btngcdrcw. "What are you going to do?", he cx BTAwroni), , 18'JG Cincirmati Weekly Commercial 4V It wis In 1S70 when wnr had just been declnred. W. P. WALTON. MacMahon hml received orders to etoM the frontier, iiml strike n decided blow iignlnat tho rniiihined nrmiti of North imd South Germany. In I'm Ik, nit indeed throughout the whole of France, tMeiyoue wiut in n tctnto of feverish anxiety ; but In thegny capital, the I'nrlxlnn endemortsd to make) the dnj a of hirih-iim- ' hm mote quickly by feting- the extweud victory, .TIIK. One could hear the clinking of gbmsest nt the ottt'door icataiirNiits, the mimic of the cafea-- haul ants, Hiid the oar- Hages filed Incrftaantly along 11k: brond ntrnuc of tint Champa lilnee. The theater, too, were ell patron- bod, lorUcularly orw on lliloulovardi hen Mile. .Jeanne de a certitiu evening l'p!ney waa to nik her debut. Tim import had fotetold a most suuct'KM for the Wnutlfiil young nvtref.n, who txi so marwlniiHly gifted, tho nnd who would no doubt Ntnr of tlie wiitton. She hud ohosen for .ONLY ... her debut "La Damu mix Cainelhui," which wiih nt that time In the heightof Ha popnlnrlty, nntl Uio author lilmr-olhttd wild that tJi rolo of Marguerite might hao boon written for thin tnl- ciitut! young notros, so admirably did It suit her in oery roaspocU Front the -- In order ta gel Into AtjPKCIAL. OKFBII wry Hrht net it was quite evident tlm subscribes who scud J"iO (Mm. more homes, lNMitity and her tultfuthad not been befota June 30 w.ll receive the Weekly Comn.r-cii- l her from date of subscription lo July iti. overrated, Gaulle Tho siffht of luer een lid won all Published every TueiJy niornlne. In lime tu hfiirtM. A ftuiltleiw JlKre, a delicHte, mich readers at a distance ul joo milet on day el re Hived fact-- , with Htm whieJt wero at publication. Ue It it the- oldest family neiiler inMelt, West nice proud and tender, eyes of deep comeight ciluma thai eight paeea ol mott Important news ef the hluu with the inoat frank u.preaiou, n filled wliu the pactly wrfeetly ahapetl bend, and n carrhtj;i! world and Just what tin family f.i.lde n.eit Addiess wlilch would Iwnu done honor to any COMMKKCIAL. OAZr.TlK CO, ipieen. Cincinnati, O. At the Blhtnf UiiKfqtiinltucrontiiru $ n uiunuur of approbation ran through fca - . . . vvd; 4ftMdk6rittv. Jvvi the limiM and iutcirtipted, for a few, ' secondM, Ui tlinlontM. At the end of each ene the ovation Increased, and after tint heeontl tu.--t DAILY AN1 SUNDAY tvplMrton of ptvlmiiiii there waa a nnifY.iH.rM AmotiK' tho? wlto were inowt bUiHirihUiHii mnrj dellfrhtetl at .b'annc'a triumph wa :t youti),' uiHii wholnlonfed to Ut theater J. old Ileleottrt. In Conoral News, It taa throupk bin iiiflueitco that aim l.atl aueewdwl in making i'1 debut, for Uie malinger of C7oni;i, Politico, uiMtovliil iUnllrv tJilM Uicater tlaya preferred puplla UMorrllitttu, jWluaivrtUoit, itlitvltrt llrimrie. from theConiivntolre. loted deitntw bouia had known and wimu-thinftont IroylMKHl, and there w It Leads Them All. Inilnltely noble and touching in For tale at tM nes stands ant iMhefnl by eat. this devoted yet hopelean loe. Hwrn, itidecl. of h kind rarely een in any rlr at o cnt per wtek y days. l per month man, for it had not Minded hint, and he lly mall, UeludlHg SHnday... nsonth lly mall, oimtmK Snda, (ould we nnd ml mi re the good quali Saturday, daily I7J r yar. ties of his rival the man to whom I .. Sunday...., .1 oh n no had given all her love. COMMKKCIAI. OAZKTTK Co. (' NOSSall, O. It had bm ery romantic, the en-- , , frnfreincnt of tho Iwuutiful young ac-truwi. A hhort time before, nt tint Long Co., elMiupt. rooe-- , ahe httd Wen glnuclnt,' nb gnind aUtiid, where Napoleon III.' ami the Indies of the court wen- eat?d, Ky. when suddenly she becnuie aware of All UdiW of Carriage, Hug ir and Wj;oe MA- - two handsome dark eye nxed upon her. log and Repairing: done. Vibilei Worked ovtr Sho lookcnl nwii), but, a tlrough and mad good a nr. A II Klalry hat charge ol the painting department and guirantict tiia a few minutes later she , a cculty am for caahou-lyuk. ' glanced again nt the place Indiind tlio Accounta dua tat of etch mrntb. J II Ml.'RSHON. court Indies and hhe astw a military I II, OltKKK. looking man, whoso face was bron.ed A. II KINLfcY it u by tho southern auu. and who had risen fiom his seat and was gazing earnestly nt lier, as though he. too. were fascinated by some ajiell. Not long after, Iloger de Morfeullle, ofucer In tho cniiKror regiment, had II Jiu want a No i fltiggy, one wmth rtery dollar you have to pay li i it and one that will be disenvered who Jeanne was. It was nu guaranteed to kic )uu aitt.faitioD ahd a liuggjr iwtroordinnry engt.','emeiK.; no word ol right, go to Uie future had been spoken between them. Iloger knew that he would ha e Iluitonville, Ky. He will not handle shoddy , to Iwtve, for war had been declared, lull. II has tome, beautiful Surreys and i'hae-- 1 war tons, The gcniilna Malta Cultivator and Ploaa, j and that until the result of that tne txxt inuit-- at an larmeri tei)ou. wo to should be known lie could promise nothace htm and ac yctir money ing. Tho Mibjeot of the future wna not ceu broached between them. Jconno knew only that their jsith in life must 1ms together; she felt that it must be so, and there was no need for A meeting of the ilockholdeta ol Knob Llct, wonls. Onlv when the terrible parting McCormacki A Turneraville ru'nptlce Co. ill bo hud to leave to join held at McCormackt, May j, 1S96. at p. nt., fer came, when Iloger the purpoxeof rlcctlrir ofbecra fer the ootulng his regiment, ho slipped a ring he nl-- . H. F l'OWKLI., I'rtw yoar. 14 ways woro on her finger and took from hers one for himself, and still no woru.i were spoken as to the future After the second net of Uio"lhuuc mix Cainelins," when tho curtain had Ifeen lowervd for the sixth time, and Jeanne hnd for the sixtli time answered to the enthusiastic recalls, she went slowly up to her room. Sho felt overwhelmed ; perhaps It was tho excess of happiness at her good fortune which weighed on rjjitfufiN toLMmJs&B her llko Uds. Iloger knew that it was II aI3omv oh . tho day of her debut; she felt certain that, even amid the smoke of Uie battletAVBanaVaVS V ar field, he would not forget It. She hardly dured own It even to herself, but all day sho had expected somo litUo souveF I'M lit ry nir from him, some sign or word of Lm i.'w Uk sympathy; for wns she not, too, fighting a battle, ouo of thoso batUes which decided the life of individuals just as Iff much as his did that of nations? On door a Hash opening her d reps of mingled triumph, love mid pride You should see our enmo over her as 4ho caught sight, of a telegram on her table. Sho closed her door quickly, not noticing that Louis llelcourt was following her quietly along the corridor. Thirty days ttial on every one. Suddenly, Uirough the thick doom nnd curtains, in the silence of tho empty .Satisfaction guaranteed. corridor, llelcourt heard, a fearful cry. It was so wild and jwsslonatc that u VANARSDAaLE. shiver ran through him. Ho opened tho door and was just in time to catch Jeouno in his uruis. Sho was livid with DESTIN QUA LITV, horror aud was clutching tho fatal teleM08T IN QUANTITY. gram in her hands. Just as ho was wondering what to do for U10 best, Jeanne's pallor gave way to a rush of color to her cheeks. She rend tho telegram to him: "Wo liavo been defeated at Woorth. They nro takWHITE'S CREAM ing mc ton house near by. Amputation probable. Pray for me. My love, darling. Roger." Belcourt glanced nt U10 telegram aud saw that it was unintelliYEARS FOR gible, but a kind of alphabet on tho table Has lod all WORM Romodloo. showed hlra that it had been written by BOTTLE GUARANTEED. 'EVERY signs agreed upon. SOLD IIY 4.T.I. DUUaOISTS It lrrarr4 to., ST. tOCli. 5 Ho stood as though thunderstruck. B1CM1UD50X JUUlinK Suddenly Jeanne put on a hatand threw "THE OLD RELIABLE" j j c j i i ' brll-lln- ut Gazette e claimed. "I am going to Itoger." "Uut, in heaven's name, Jeanne, Btay xi little while. The curtain will be going (tip. Think what you arc doing. You will bo ruined you will no!l your whole life. Walt till "Listen," Mild Jeanne, In a clear, tone. "It is now a qunrtcr to ton. I know there i a train from the (hire de. l'Hst at 11, for I have sent my letters by a friend of Iloger'a who la going by It. If you jirevout my going by that Uila dagger; well, I will train, vou kill myself wltlt It!" Ionls steppctl back, dazed and hor Jeanne ojened the door, went quickly out by a back door and 1oids followed, her, watched her hail u cab and drive away. When llelcourt reentered the theater he found everyone lxdiind the scenes in u terrible kUu of excitement. Mile, de Ilolney could not bo found. The hotme wna impatient and the manager desperate, lie was endlug for tho iwlicc, thntfihe miglit le found and arrested. Suddenly lJelcourt, nt the idea of the possible consequences of Jcanne'a llight, determined on n Jwld de-eld- ed for a aix montlLs tour abroad. Well, mndutn, in tJio adjoining building I Jjave, a trunk which I'm sure you will like. Can't get It in tho storeroom; double door in too narrow. T thought of remodeling it and using it cottage, but if it will for a suit you I will let you have it cheap. Damej I'm not the one who is going nbroad; It's my husband. "Oh! George, show tlie lndy one of N. those Y. Weekly. sen-shore vest-jioekct liand-sntchels." Trunk Denier I TrrtTellns Outtltn. Kce. Want eomc-thln- g PLENTY OF PLUCK, BUT POOR JUDGMENT. '5 w-- c ror-struc- Dalian Sunday school teacher, who had a class of small boys. "No, sir," responded every one In the class. "Why isn't It right to tell lies?" " 'Cos you get licked fer doln' it," came from Johnnie, a boy with a sor back near the foot of the class. Texas "Is it right to tell lies?" asked a i A (loml Itcsiiun. iv txjsrrw ..- - jsfmsifc riaw i. li ivi im . v na b j; 1 -- Sitter. sr - . -- fSSSJW'l IriMi r j mi, Hiff ftfy Sk1j ' sjWfe1 Looking Iluckunril. Mother, dear mother, come homo with me now. The clock In tho steeple strikes three; baby Is hunBry ami tmpa's alone. Tho With nothlns to feci! It Init tea. N. Y. World. f 50 Cents a Year. n- , j lie stepped up to one of his friend, who had been taking jxu-- t In the plnj , wh!siorcd to lilm and appeared to be lagging lilm to consent to what he had linked. moe. COMPENSATION. THJC RL.UK GKASS HERD K ( i , 1 Tinally the friend yielded, opened tho door and walked towards the Mnge. Then llelcourt, pushing away tho director and stage inainger.who attempted to stop him, gave the signal to lift o tliu curtain nnd appeared himself tho house. A deep silence ensued. "I,ndle and gentlemen," said llelcourt, "Mile, de Ilolney has received n be-for- SteR..? H3SD HO GS . My Breeder! were selected from tne beat herds of this fameus breed of swiue in several dlff A splendid lot ol plga of diivre it ats Satisfaction for salx. lired sows a guaranteed, t'oirespondence solicited. Addrcs spv-ial- tr. ren'-Stat- e &W S' W?ffiSTOi3ai V"JKJ" liir e R. H. I.HON AUG II, THE Crab Orchard, Ky. JtSSSSSSmsk X 'i-JiISf- rrv.'fsywJr ritJ- jjMifcSW telegram announcing that there ha-Ikm;ii a disaster on the German frontier and our nnuy has sustained a defeat. i miM-task -- THE CINCINNATI it t. . J 7jr !'' . i . St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, g - ' d, She Is overwhelmed by the news, and wo you to have jmtieneo until she feels aide to continue Iter role." Adhimaleiilence followed theae words. Ileleourt's friend now stepped forward and eouted the order he had received: "We, too, nro mi rely as good patriots a Mile, de Ilolney! Surely, tho play ought not to be finished before a Trench nudienee, who baa just heard that our nnuy is iieieaitHi: Crie of "llravo!" were heard, and unanimously the whole house ro.e and prepared to htivc the theater. llelcourt had saved tho honor of Jueuine and of the theater. The rumor of tho defeat of which Uie government was keeping Feeret, was soon spread abroad in 1'aris by tho spectators who had heard it from llelcourt. nnd tho news enitaed a fearful calm In the gay capi tal. llelcourt had been congratulated by all the authorities of tlie theuter on lite happy idea, but juat a ho wum prejKir-th- e Ing to lenve tho thenUr thntKiine night lie was seized by a police ofilc'al and conducted to tho Maas prison on a charge of "having divulged a state secret," a crime nlways punished at least by hard labor, and in timu of war by Keleh-shoflV- wsr nfl! I fJ Uw, Popular Washer. Try one for 30 Days and if ou don't it you needn't take it. JiL saaaaWrS"M3tWMHBg fe Citizen Here Is another judicial er an Innocent ror; you have oonviet-- maul Judge lltih That is noUiing. Think of all the guilty men who were not convicted! L'llltistrntion. , The Difference. How daintily acroes tho street A woman trips with Kracc complete While man, Inferior In all, Can novur trip without a fall. Tho I.lmltiittoua of I Greatest Washer of the Age, Try one and you will never use any other kind 8"! Washington Star. n, FARRIS & HARDIN. FULL LINE OF "All demund for my client," shouted the nttonuw, in the ltdeo of n man who was paid for it, "is jusUeel" "I'm very sorry I can't nrcommodntc you," replied the judge, "but the Inw won't allow me to give him more than seven years." Tit-lilt- s. Buggies, Carriages and Horie-bhciu- Buggies, Cultivators. D. S. , Carpenter, Turnpike Election. death. For more than a month LleJeourthad been in Miuus prison, with nothing to look forward to but dishonor or death. IIu bail been questioned over nnd over again as to how he had discovered the. secret, but In vain; nothing could induce him to give any details, for ho did not know whether Jennne would for- give him for having said to much as lie hod. Tho next day sentence was to be uhjii him. pasM-Successive tlefeat.s bail embittered Uie minds of Ids judges, and It was pretty sure that he had little clianceof getting oft without laying the full penalty of his crime. llelcourt was thinklngsndly of his hopeless love for Jeanne which had caused him to net as ho hod done in order to save her. when suddenly tho door of his cell oiened nnd the porter Mutual Friend It really Is shocking, dear, the way in which you mid your husband quarrel and carry on. I wonder you don't separate from him. Injured Wife Whatl go away mid leae him ulono to do just as he likes? Not me! What Ailed Her? Jinks (at a party) I don't see what's the matter with thnt pretty woman over there. She was awful flirty a little while ago, and now she won't hnic anything to do with me. Stronger I have just come in. She's my wife. X. Y. Weekly. Tit-Hit- s. Sho tiurftueil Not. Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of Farming,'Implements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before you buy. Farm Wagons by the d at Prices to Suit Call and See us. the Times. Car-Loa- A Good HiirKulii. . Gngley See snioking-ehai- r Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors. Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Abrahams Goot, mein f rient! I told you those bchplen-dispriugs vould out- Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a s last do chair. Hay City Chat. full stock of every thing found in a Lumber Yard, and by selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have When roots Write Wrong-- . When poets write ever been offered here. nlKht," is ruined. here, Abrahams, the you sold me a week ago The seat Is all punched d Reduction In Prices first-clas- ! through. rMwm iZ ing-roo- m BTJCBLBTE CHTJHtlT J. K. "Mine, tho Countess de announced: Morfeuille." It was Jeanne herfcclf. dressed In the deeiH-s- t mourning, Her beautiful hair had some silvery threads, her face was cold and severe as marble, her beautiful mouUi was rigid, her eyes seemed to bo gazing nt eomo invisible object, nnd she had a deathly pallor such as one sees on Uie fncoM of thoso who have received some mortal wound. It was pathetic to sett so fair and so young a girl in such hojcless despair, and llelcourt was deeply touched by it "You are free, Louis," she said, gently but sadly. "Tho empress herself has asked for your release. Titanic you eo much, my friend, for all you did forme. I came directly I heard of your Imprisonment. My husband had only just been brought home and buried at Morfeullle." Very soon after, Jeanne returned to her husband's sttitely home, Uint sho might visit dally tho tomb of him she hnd so dearly loved and who had married heron his deathbed. When Louis had tried to console her and gently hinted that sho was too young to go through tho rest of her life alone 6ho had answered, decidedly: "Do not ever speak to me of nnyono else. I will live and die U10 widow of Iloger, and will certainly never bo nnyono else's wife." It was Uius Uint a great artiste was lost to tho French stage, but Uie memory of that debut will never be.lost to any of those who witnessed It: From Um French, in Strand Magazine. hear the roars Of several hundred eatu. Wo Of "voiceless We fool llko saying For out of doors "tats!" A. O SINE, Stanford, Ky. H X. Y. Mercury. SI Merle of Trade. Druggist (awakened at two a. 111.) What do you wish? Voice (at the. door) If you'll let me look in your directory to see how to address this let tor, I'll buy the postage stamp of you. N. Y. Weekly. Tho Oreutcat Duncer. First Httrglor Got your chloroform - RUPLEY - 9-T- HB HERJEk&HT TAILOR-Is Receiving his Detroit Tribune. lIerSim,o Way. Dicky DoolitUe To kiss you, my darling, sets my brain afire. Miss Shapelelgh It ought to be easy to quench the blaze. Didn't the doctor say you had water on Uie brain? To Hate. Mr. Fosdick (to his wife) Do you call your new hat stylish? Mrs. Fosdick Certainly T do, and so will you when you get the bill. The price was $10. Detroit Free Press. How Could Second Ilurglar Yes. Dope the old man first, I suppose? "Xot on your life. The baby first," ready? Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Giv; him a Call. EGGS AND POULTRY. Ship them to us. We are In a position tq make U decidedly to your interest to do so. We handle every thing raised on a farm on commission ; so if you have any thing to sell, avail 'Ourseil Ol our services, we no an imracusc uusmcas uuu iiuvc ujuic uuycia uiau umcr hiouses. Correspondence invited, l'rice currents mauea tree ou application. HERNDON-CARTECO. (incorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchants, R 313-31- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. It Help Heliifc-- ? THE s vermifuge: 20 - Literary Note. Mrs. Ilrown You dress is a jicrfcct poem. Mrs. Jones My husband used blank verse when ho saw the bill. Town Topics. An Insult. Genial Customer (hi cheap restaurant) Oonlit TTenr. Is the mutton broth good Hans has climbed up into tho cherry High-toneWaiter Don't kuow.sah. tree to gather cherries. Meantimo came on and Uie faUier called out T don't eat heaii, sah. X. Y. Weekly. storm to Uie lad: Htm a ret. "Come down, Hans, it is beginning to "Have thoso people in U10 oUier flat thunder." been married long?" "Thero is 110 need, father," shouted "I think not; he takes naps 0:1 her the boy. "I can hear It whero I am." best silk pillows." Chicago llecord. Illustrirtc Chronlk. i:ilatenee Hutlafactory. Tho instinct of brutes and insects She A married man can live on can bo tho effect ot nothing else than half the money a single man requires. tlie wisdom and skill ot a powerful, ever He Yes; nnd some married men are living ngent. Newton. r".. m live at all. X. Y. World. to-da- Queen SiCrescent ROUTE -- 11 d appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly to Hamtnan, Chatta- through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through TtJrttiiturlinni. Tuscaloosa. Meridian. New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, o UUUjJJ, fll.M.., s. and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to ivnoxvtue, not oj.".. and Asheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe , Tt.rnnrrli Tnnri'st Slceners to Los Angeles and .i ci......nnr California, mJ&?$jl San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud via New Orleans or via bnrcveport. Short Line from the uiue Grass Cities to Cincinnati fM i'ree lanor with everj-- accommodation to patrons, tars ijcxiugiuu iu um.iuuu. lion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. C. RInearson, Chas. W. Zell. O. I. J Ctnciixai 0 W. Pow'r Ast., Cincinnati 0 aii., I ...,.. ..., 1 Jjgm &f rJjisr .t Jf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journm. May 8, 1896 JAELISLE AT CHICAGO TELLS WORKINQMEN PLAINLY HOW FREECOINAGE WOULD INJURE THEM. Trices Illso Quickly bat Wages Slowly When Moner la Depreciating Experience, of United States, Chile and Mexico Wage Karners With Chenp Money or All I'a.t Would Also Lose One-hai- r SuTlng Deposited In Hanks, llulldlng nnd Loan Associations, Kto., a, Total ol Stafford, Ky., E. C. Walton, Business Managed. The o'd min who looks out at the world with clear ami healthy eyes can not help fetline great gratification at the thought that hit children hare inherred from him no weakness nor tendency to disease. The healthy old man is the nan ha throughout his life kept his digr stton tood and nls blood pure. Not oris in a thousand does doit. Germs ifo thiough the hrslthy body without Let them once fiod lodg.ncnt or let them find a weak spot, they will develop by the million nd the blood wih be full of thrm. Instead ot giving strength 10 t e tissues, It 1 force upon them Jnnutrlticus matter and the man will lose tleh, and the more susceptible he is to disease. Dr. Pierce's Goldi n Nlidical Discover is the only medicine that absolutely and infa libly cures all blood diseases, and almost alJimavs aie blood diseases. It Isn't a medicine 'ot s we one a I d disease. It sa medicine for the whfilibody. It force out all the germs of disease and replaces impurities with rich, red bloxl. 1 so-c- Iltlllons. M ? J a i i n Secretary of tho Treasury John G. Carlisle mado ruiother of his masterly speeches on tho currency question, in Chicago, on April 15. It wax to an immense audience oomposed largely of workingmeu, many of whom, especially in tho Tbeginuing, were skeptical as to tho blessing? of 100 cent dollars. Tho secretary's argument as to tho effects of use. Their virtues are extracted How to Treat o Wife. First, gtta wile; second, be patient. You may cheap money on wages was most conby the latest scientific process hare great trials and perplexities In yourbustnes, vincing and effected n notable change in but do not therefore, carry to your home a cloudy tho nttitudo of his auditors. Wo quoto known to pharmacy by a pharsir contaacted brow. Your wile may have trials, which, though of less tnrgnltude, may be hard for n part of his speech on this point : macist who has spent 18 years in her to bear. A kind wiru, a tender look, wll do Labor cannot bo hoarded. The idle the work of his chosen profession. wonders in chasing from her brow all the clouds of gloom. To this v.e would add always keep a day is gono forever. Lost wages nro nevFor over a hundred years has it bottle of Chamb. rlaln's Cough Remedy In the er reimbursed, and therefore steady em Louse. It is the best and is sure to be needed stood the test and to day it stands ployment and good pay in good money sooner or later. Your wife will then know that you really care for her and wish to protect her arc essential to tho comfort and happibefore the public guaranteed to be health. Paiific Health Journal. ness of tho Americau laborer and his the best blood purifier in the mar-ct- . For sale by Craig & ifocker, Htanlord Ky. wifo and children, and ho will bo unIt is positively guaranteed to Dreaming that the. houso was falling faithful to himself and to them if ho cure scrofula in any form. Its Mexico ft an Instant. does not insist upon tho adoption and iion her Miss Ida Haoea worth, of Our neighboring republic of Mexico merit is shown by its growing pop 0., jumped from n second story maintenance of such n policy as will has tho silver standard of value, gold ularity and in localities where long most certainly preservo tho valuo ami window and was fatally injured. and if stability of all our currency and promoto not being in use, laboringcheap money is est uced you find the largest sales. m a blessing to tho man he ought For every quarter in a man's pocket there a tho regular and profitable conduct of all in Lincoln county by dor en use ; and to use each one In soch a way as our industrial enterprises. Ho cannot to bo prosperous and happy in that coun- Sold "to derive the greatest bti6t Is a question every try. Tho Mexican dollar contains 877. 7 W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. one must solve lor himself. We believe, howev prosper when tho country is in distress, er, that no better use could be made of one of when its industries aro prostrated, its grains of pure silver, or nearly six grain " Penny's Drug Store, these quarters than to xchange it fcr a bottle of moro than is contained in our dollar, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and Diarrhoea Rem- commerce paralyzed, its credit broken edy, a meJicue that ev.r family should be down, or its social order disturbed. Nor and yet, not being suhtained by a moneF. 13. Twidwcll, with. can ho prosper when tho fluctuations of tary system which keeps it at a parity Fcr sale by Craig A Hacker, Stanford, Ky. with gold, it is wortli only about 55 J. A Hammond, Hubble. tho currency aro such that ho cannot Tanner Bros , McKinnc) . Mr. D. P Davis, a prominent liveryman and certainly know the value of tho dollar cents in our money. Wnges nro paid in silver nnd nro very low in comparison merchant ol Gothcn, Va., has this to say on the in which his wages aro paid J. F. Alstott, Powers. ' I take pleasure in subject of iheumaiism: Chamberlain's Pain Balm tor rheumaMoney received for wages, liko money with tho wages paid in this country for lleazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. tho same services in many instances not tism, as I know from persouat experience that it received on every other account, is val will do alt that Is claimed font Ayearagothls James T. Cooke, uable only to tho extent that it can be being half as much, while tho prices of Spring my brother was laid up in bed'with Harrodhbuig, Ky. commodities generally aro much higher rheumatism and suffered intensely. The exchanged for other commodities, nnd first application of Chnmberlatr's Pain Halm eased than they arc here. the pain 'and the use oi one buttle completely it is scarcely necessary to suggest that a The prices of iuiimrtcd articles cured him. dollar worth CO cents will not purchaso For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. are exorbitantly high in Mexico, as much in tho markets us a dollar . worth 100 cents. To call a dimo a dol- because they hovo to bo paid for abroad Shortest iioutk to Louisvilu-- The in gold, and tho depreciation of thoir distance from Lexington to Louisville lar would add nothing whatever to its money is fo great that it requires nearly iutrinsio valuo or to its purchasing powby the has been greatly short-neer. If these propositions nro correct, it I'J in silver to pay $1 in gold. Although I'rrfrstt r J" "Tarfn.- "cut off," just completed. 0. & is clear that when wages aro paid in a our own silver dollnr contains les fine O. trains leaving Lexington at 8:15 A. m. depreciated currency tho rates of wages silver than tho Mexican dollar, one of HLOOI) WILL ITEM. and 0:05 p. m , daily, reach Louisville at must bo increased in proportion to the ours is nearly equal in exchangeable m. and 8:50 p. m., two hours and depreciation of tho money and in pro- valuo to two of theirs, because hero the 11.00 a. coinago is limited, nnd tho government 45 minutes. The C. & O now baa the portion to tho increase in tho prices of ! : issues tho coin on its own ncconnt nnd shortest Hue between Lexington and other things or tho laborer will suffer a has pledged its faith nnd credit to keep Louisville, is the only line with double loss. But I affirm that it is tho universal them as go- I as gold, n plcdgo that has Hv the noted road hoie, Kd Kimble, tiru daily, limited vestibuled train service been faith lly kept up to this time, ofGrovorl'r'JSj, Snakes 30, Ilnmn Kim-MFrankfort and Shelby ville are the only rule that tho rates of wages do not in- notwithstanding the complaints and desire of liluck Cloud 2:19, nnd dam crease in proportion to tho depreciation points at twitch these trains stop. in tho vnlue of tho money in which nunciations of our free coinago oppo- of Jim Lnwp'nec, trial two bents LV.'Odnm n fine rood mare. they nro paid, and that when tho cur nents. Kd Kimble, by Almont 33, (sire of FanIf wo are to havo freo and unlimit rency is depreciated tho rates of wagos 2 10) dam Mary O., by ed coinago of legal tender silver for the ny Wlther-hoo- n indo not increase in proportion to tho benefit of tho owners of tho bullion, Imp The Knight of St Ueorgc. Best Line to and From crease in tho prioos of the commodities Almont rorest, by Almont .w.'tlHm liv tho valuo of our dollar would bo no tho laborer is compelled to purchase. greater than tho intrinsic or commercial Kilwin Forett. CHICAGO. Oar Experience With Cheap Money. Almont Kimble is a blood bay. with valuo of tho silver contained in it, and Solid Vestibuled Trains, with Buffet Parlor Congress, early in tho year 1802, in- its purchasing power in tho markets right hind foot hlte, 1G hands high and Cars, Elegant Coaches, Dining Cars, Wagner "a chip off the old block." Will make Sleeping Cars, and latest improved Private Com- augurated the policy of issuing legal would bo diminished about 1S9C at Mrs. Sarah Hamtho partment Buffet Sleeping Cars, magnificently fur- tender paper, gold was driven out of but tho wages of labor would remain, mer's. 0 miles from Danville nnd '2 miles nished with toilet accessories in each compart-sensuscirculation, specie payments wero Best terminal station. for a long timo at least, substantially at for a living of 1'arkhvllle, nt pended, thq currency began at once to tho present rates, or, if they should be eft money due when SIO comes or the colt, colt depreciate, and beforo tho close of the nominally increased on account of the mnre is p.trteu witli. lira ST. LOUIS. at oUc per year tho paper dollar was worth less depreciation of tho currency, experience week at owner s risk ., Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, AIki good middle and road hones for Coaches and Dining Cars, and Wagner Buffet than 70 cents in gold. in tho past shows that they would not O I. PITTMAN, Parkhville. Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Louis oyer the New In 1803 tho waged of labor, paid in incrooso in proportion to tho increase in gale. tun-Merchants' Bridge, avoiding the disagreeable depreciated paper, wero less than 8 per tho prices of commodities. Risen in the cent higher in paper than when paid in rates of wages take place very slowly, gold, but the prices of tho 233 articles while tho prices of commodities move BOSTON. The only Through Sleeping Car Line from Cic- - used by tho laborers nnd other people rapidly, at somo periods changing sevcinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. in tho maintcnanco of their families eral times in tho course of a single tiny, wero nearly 18 per cent higher than and these movements aro always more they wero when paid in gold In 1863 frequent and moro harmful when the Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high; The "Soutnwestern Limited" Solid Vestibuled tho wnges of labor paid in depreciated currency is in an unsettled condition. both hind ankles white. Trains, with (Jcroblnaticn Library. Buffet and paper worth about 09 oaute on tho dolSired by Aiut.u.i.Aii Memkmikr. Smoking Cars. Wagner Sleeping Cars. Elegant Would Be Lost. WI17 Bavin per cent higher than Coaches and Dining Can, landing passengers in lar were 10j If tho solution of this question affectFirst tlam the William l.usk saddle New York City at 4'd Street Ut pox. 1'Oel when paid in gold, but tho prices of tho ed only tho character and amount and No Firry Transfer, mure, by Davy Crockett, eon of Denny's articles tho laborer had to buy with his purchasing power of the future earnings Be sure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR." by Imp Drennon; 2nd tlam by d. b. martin, wages wero nearly 49 per cent higher. of tho American laborer, it would still Drcnnon, k. o. Mccormick, Highlander. Passenger Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt, In 1804 tho wnges of labor paid in de- be a subject of the gravest importance preciated paper dollars worth 49 cents Abdallnh Messenger, sire of importance is greatly Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, Knirllsh to him, sire of each had advanced 25 per cent, but increased but its by tho fact that tho safety Maud Mesbenjrer, 2:10 ..IF YOU ARKGOING. tho prices of tho necessaries of lifo had aud valuo of a very considerable part of I uill tttand Knglitdi Hunter tho advanced 90J per cent In 1805 wages his post earnings are also involved. The or of lS'Jtl at my stable 3 miles from Shelby paid in paper currency worth 63 cents thrifty and provident workingman is City on tho Knob I.ick and Turncrsville ....THK on tho dollar had advanced 48 per cent not a debtor, but a creditor, and the pike above tho rates previously paid in gold, and individuals having or its equivalent, but the prices of com- corporations his earnings aro indebted the At $8 to Insure A Living Colt. custody of to modities had advanced nearly 117 per him and ought to pay what they owe Money due when colt is foaled or mare cent that is to say, had more than dougood money as he put parted with. bled, and in I860 wages paid in a cur- him in just as into their hands. rency worth 71 cents on tho dollar had I will a loo stand The banks, LouiaviLic 4 Nadhviik R. R. advanced a fraction moro than 53 per associations trust companies, building and other similar institucent from the previous rates in gold, or tions owo tho people of tho United Is the hoc for you, as its its equivalent, but the prices of com- States today f5,858, 138,621 for money modities had advanced 90 per cent. The At 15 to Insure a Living Colt. Sam is by rise in tho rates of wages never corre- actually deposited, a sum nearly eight one of Lyle's imported jacks nnd out of connections at Mak;dose sponded with the rise in tho prices oth- times greater than tho total capital of Dollie Woods, sho by 1 ully's Warrior and tho national banks in tho country, LOUIIVILLE And CINCINNATI er things until tho year 1809, fourof 14 years all an Jennet. Sam whilo the life insurance policies held by out of high imported as thick as he is is( For all point. high, and just after the close of tho war, when the tho people in hands the various kinds of corTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH value of our currency was 7 1 oents on porations and associations and in force or in other words he is just as big lying tlowu as ho is standing up. Sam's mules the dollar, and it was quite certain that todny amount For any information enquire of to$10,203,804,857, a sum when matured measure from 15 to It! JOES. RICE, Agsnt, depreciation would occur. no further Stanford, Ky Tho wages of labor, measured by gold larger than has been actually invested hands high. Little Jack, little pay but a B. P. POWELL.. as they were in 1860, when wo had a in all our railroads. In view of theso big mule. Bound currency, had fallen about 24 per facts, which cannot be successfully discent in 1863, more than 10 pcrcont in puted, I submit that you ought seriousSHELBY & SHELBY, ly to consider all the consequences to 1864, and nearly 44 per cent in 1805, Only Dnect Line Between yourselves and your fellow citizens bewhen wo had a depreciated currency, you ogreo to tho free and unlimited and, gentlemen, the force of this illus- fore coinage Shortest and quickest between , t is greatly augmented by tho facta of 10 of legal tender silver At a ratio tration to 1 in order that these great corFrankfort, Georgetown and I?irlB, that these reductions in the rates of City, - Kentucky. porations and associations may have the Carlisle, M&ysville, Oynthiana, wages occurred at a time when several privilege of discharging their debts to Falmouth and Oovlnffton. Turnout!, Prompt Attention, Vrr thousand laborers had been Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains hundred peoplo by our Rcssonsble or 52 by Central Standard Time. withdrawn from tho field of competi- tho dollar, for payingis51exactly cents on respectfully Rates A portion om pmwonig. n 18 601. run lolicittJ. tho that what it Time Table April iy, 1896. tion, when the government was engaged means. Every dollnr tho peoplo put into No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. in the prosecution of a great war and theso banks aud trust companies and TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. was expending money lavishly for all other 6 35 A 00 4 05 Z.V Franklort institutions they kinds of supplies for tho army and nay, paid for insurance and every doilur cents 20 418 7 '8 " Klkborn was wortli 100 MS 4 37 Stamping Uround 727 and when the prices of all tho products and would procure 100 Georgetown-.!!.- .. 4 55 5 cents' worth of 7 45 of labor had largely increased a 20 S 7 5 Arr. C. S.TDepot commodities in the market when they BUCK EYE 8 30 5 35 Paris C....... 400 Ezperlenoa of Chile. earned it and when they invested it, Tho recent experience of tho republic and they havo an unquestionable right TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. of Chilo furnishes another iinpressivo to demand that it shall be refunded to 5 55 4 35 C - 95 Lve Paris - C. 8. Depot 10 1: SjJ warning to tho wago earner against tho litem in dollars worth 100 cents every640 evils of depreciated currency. In 1875 636 545 Georgetown B 1040 iGURES NOTHING BUT PILES' where. 6 54 7 7 Gro'd 10 38 Stamp's 7 !5 tho peso, or dollar of Chile, was worth .. 11 16 7 11 " Klkborn The greatest crime short of absog A SURE and CERTAIN CURE '3 about 88) cents in our money, but in lute 7 s Arr Frankfort A- -. 11 30 political enslavement that could known for IS years aa tho 1885, ten years after gold wont out and bo committed against tho workingman SUNDAY TRAINS. BEST REMEDY for PILES. came in, tho peso was worth less in this country would bo to confiscate Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort silver MOLD BY ALL DKCOaHTS, 1 than 58 cents in our money. Silver con- his labor for tho benefit of the employer to a m. riva Georgetown Leave Frankfort 4 as FmuiltrUeHAHSOX VIS CO.. ST.L03IS. tinued to depreciate, and besides large by destroying tho valuo of tho monoyiu 5 Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- amounts of paper currency wero issued rvhich his wages aro paid; but, gentle-lieu- , tions form the shortest and cheapest rout to all by tho government and the banks, and this irreparable wrong can uever WANTED AN IDEA0fBomeimpio points South, East, North and West. in 1895, 20 years after tho change from a perpetrated under our system of For further information applr to their agents. thing to patent? Protect your idwwtttaeymmr Gen. Pass. Agent.. tho gold basis to C. D. BKRCAW, tho silver basis, the unless tho laboring man him- - bring you wealth. Writ JOHN WSODKlt OCO. B. HARPER, Rec'r ftOea.Sup HUUPTA CO., Patent Attorney, WaahlogtOB, peso was worth only about 34 cent If assists in forging his own chain. Fiaakfort Kv U.O., for their 11,800 prUeo. one-halMc-Artb- lu our money. Let us seo now what effect this cheap money, or, in other words, this system of silver monometallism which you aro asked to adopt here, had upon tho waged of labor in that country. In 1875,when tho peso was worth 88 ' cents, a mechanic, a boiler maker, a blacksmith, u carpenter, n fireman and an ordinary laborer received together for n day's work IS ' pesos, or$lfl.37 in our money. In 1885 tho same persons received for tho sumo work 2034 pesos; but, owing to tho depreciation of the currency, this was equal to only $10 93 111 our money, and 111 1805, 20 years oft-e- r the country had defended to f,ilcr basis, the stimo laborers received for tho same work 25.95 twos, but tho valuo of the peso whs less than 35 cents, ntid consequently their wages amounted to only $8. 31 in onr money, or just about f of what they had received 20 years beforo. Our minister to Chilo, after n very careful examination of tho entire situa tion in that couutry, says, "It may bo taken for granted that hi Chile, ns in all other countries which hnvo n like financial experience, tho consequences of cheap money hnvo weighed most heavily upon tho classes that aro least ablo to support tho burden." The evils of silver monometallism and n depreciated currency finally Ixcamo intolerable in that country, mid it has recently adopted tho gold standard of value. 11 Confidential Letter No. 2 Hro. Walton: Please hold the ears while I tell what Cooke's is. Well, it is not a mysterious compound of which the Sar-saparil- N'ABOTH 10016. Standard Utile (). - Record 12:10 Will make the season of S1KKD NY WALSINGHAM 2 1 fid, m re of 1 1SIM3. hv Mevtenger Purne 10(1, son of Ilainbletonian and siro of Klaine 2:20. the dam of Noilaittu, yearling record 2.:il ,, Sistor to James Howell. .Ir , by ilatnulutoninii 10 Kireof Dexter 2:17 j. Cooke's Sarsnparilla is a reme- 3 dam .les-d- t?nyrc by Harry Clay l", ciro of tho dams of St Julian 2:1 1 dy whose component parts are na NodlnoS:!!) ami 12 more lltat have produced 2:30 tivv. roots and herbs, growing in trotter'); alo sire of the ilinuof Ivlectioneor, hire of the hills and valleys ol Kentucky, 130 in the 2:30 list. which are gathered at their prop inm hv Mberty, son of lattice, by American Kclipso. cs seasons by responsible hands. W'uUinghain 21(1(1, sire ofNubolh, i one of the young-- st huh of Ovorga WIUo After cleansing sorting and cull- oil), record 2:22, who Mrud Harry Wilkus 2:13J. (Itiy Wilko-- t 2:15, Miko Wilkon ing they arc carefully dried for 2:I.)J, AMIeox 2.10 and 02 others in the 2:30 list; aKo II producing sons and 10 proTiti-ol pro-lessor- component patts arc gathered in some far off, unheard of land; neither is it some late, SCIENTIFIC DIS COVERY, made by unknown Iitittnle 'J.lOi and 7 or 8 others in the lUt, dam ducing daughters. Xotk: - Xabolh is a hay hor.-- 10 hatithi high, fouled Juno 2H, 1SSS. UN pedigree contains the blood of lliimblotnuliui, lieorgo Wilkes Mambriuo Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay e, -- A-t $15 al-- -- 2- Will o make the pracnt of ISMat the low price of KKUIT DOLLARS to insure a living colt He it elegantly bred and a sure foal getter. I will aUo (.(and Insure a, WILLIAM L., to Xji-v-ixig: M) line paddle stallion Oolt. TWO GOOD Notk 1 pro-Tide- d times and tho low price of Block. I hayo greatly reduced fee of my hores and jacks nnd considering their individuality aril breeding, they Mand lower than any in tho State. Stable two miles South of Hustonville, on the Moreland ,t Carpenter's Stat'on pike J. K. NArClHMAX, Hiistonvlllc, k'y. - Owing to the hard JACKS AT 7. Morgan Denmark. BARNES, No. 21,739. inrlim-matoi- y ost)o-ciall- y Will make the season of JSOd, at my Moigan Denmark is a hay stallion, 1(1 Mablo 3 mi leu from Stanford, on the Danville Pike, He Is splendidly bred at a hands high glance at his pedigree will show. He will At$5 to Insure Living Colt. make the present season of ISM nt our Hoi a black stallion, 1(1 hands high, stable on the new Lancaster pike, 5 miles by 0. F CIhv, tlam by Win, Welch. Will nloMftml n good black Jack on from Danville, the same terms. .Ma ret traded forfeit tho d Shel-byvil- le At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Benson. Almont KimTolo e. "BIG FOUR" ROUTE, Care taken to prevent accident, hut not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on colts for eaon mon ey. .Mares traded before fact is ascertain- .. . ...! mnkivq .sensiin ,mmier due.. Morgan IVnuiark was foaled in PU. He is by On Time, son of Stonewall Jack- ... t son. 1st nam Ijaiiv .Morgan, oyotonewaii "by Virginia, 3d dam Jackson. 2d dam by .Matchless. 4th dam by Transl.y. .Morgan Denmark isone of thebet bred saddle stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and tall and good, long rangy neck. Don't fail to tee him. Will also Mand w. G. A LVOKCY. Stanford. Ky. EMPEROR No. 27. i .... This splendid jack will he permitted to u.i.t I.... ...... hic cuming sea- jihm .1 nc" S,,c,,,Jr C,V " ,,,e f"" "ri"7Jnrm Kitrvn fii.ir..d " Sfi nnrl m tnTnnnMTJfnn-tv.v.v.UOulcumubUU, .. IIA. TWO one-hal- f, With lien retained until season l nit.l Parting with mare or Jennet forfeits Insurance GOOD MULE JACKS Kmror is a Jet black with white ixdnts, 10 ham's high, weighs 1.1W) lbs., 7 ycara At 0 to Insure. old and - standard bred and registered. fall and seo him nnd his colts, which NAUOH.MAN NNOS, Danville, Kr. nro large and tine. i- t. I.S.TEVI8. FKNTOIBSo Karo record 2:2IJ, 5th heat on mile track. one-hal- WALLACE DARE, f ENGLISH HUNTER. NEW YORK. Sired by Nlenr.1. Nicrui was sired by Nclmoiil and out of NIandina, byJMnm-brin- o Chief. Pence's dam washy Almont Forrest, son of Almont. Second dam by Garrard Chief Pence is a lino individual, standing 10 hands high, dark brown, perfectly sound and n horse of great speed. He has gone miles iu 2.12. Will make the season of 1600 at my place 3) miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike 1st 2d tlam by Dick Khnoru. the Great Chester Dare. dam Daisy by Wallace Denmark. Ny 3d dam a fine saddle marc. Wallace is a dark brown, 15 hands high, foaled iu 1892. Has moro stylo thnn any horse in this section. Was successful in many rings, both saddle and harness, nt year. At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. to Silver King and the great show mare, Allied. Ny On Timo. 1st .lam .Molly Mount?, by Calbell'g Ac ROYAL : KING, Full brother king is u NORTH WX8T, light hay with some while Full loj hands high, o years old nnd marks, 10 hands high, foaled in 1SD0. He has proved a sure foal getter. He was is the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. sired by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of a Above horses will make tho season of good dam. He will stand 18M at my stable j miles from Stanford on Hiihtonvillc pike, At S7 for Mnrea and $10 for Jonnota, to Insure a Live Colt. At $10 to 1 MY JACK, LOGAN, Double Dally Trains SAM SMALL T. A. COL'LTEH, Insure Living Colts. for accidents. Stanford, Ky. Xot ' JOB B. PARRIS. GILT EDGE 261. KCfilSTKItKI). EAGLE BIRD. Tiik Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Props. Livery. Feed and Sale Stable, Junction Flrst-Clst SECOND JKWKL 48. Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. This fancy saddlo stallion will make tho season of 1800 at our stable 1 mile from Millcdgcville, Lincoln county. Ky , on tho Stanford and Milledgeville plko. Owing to the scarcity of money, we will stand NY Grkat Snow Stalmo.v, him At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. Money due when colt comes or mare ia parted with. Mares gram! or fed at reasonable rates. Not responsible for accidents, should any occur. Gilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, tlnxy mono and tail, 15 hands 3 inches high, was foaled Sept. 0, 1880, and is a perfect saddlo horse. Gilt Edge was showed as a and took the sweopetnko premium at Kirksville and Danville and in his own ring at Ilnrroilsbtirg. Thoso who want to breed ton good saddle stallion are cordially invited to look at our horse and see him move. He was sired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunningham's Jewel, ho by old Washington Denmark, His tlrst dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn 2d dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam by Stonewall Jac'6on, ho by Washington Denmark, ho by Nlack his first dam by Crusader, ho by Old Whip, 2d dam a Nocky Mountain ,DarC' Winner of 1500 stake at Lexington won second money In fSOO stake atVer' sailles, winner of the tiremlurn sweepstake at Paris, alfo winner of premiums in,1803 since which t me hi has been in the stud. Eagle Ninl is a beautiful brown with small star, stands over 10 hands 'has a ' tlowing mane and a heavy tail Eaglo Illrcl was sired hr Kine of more than 10 blue ' 1st dam by Star Eagle, best son of Lexington. oS er Kael-winn- Cab-hel- l's WnMngton'CS: IWk. "" D- 1 1 iTABLER'SDIT L HID P ll!.ftrliiJSntf athaKSlleTIi'oIM800 TENDOLLARSTOINSUHEA LIVINCICOLT - of OINTMENT Money or cash note will bo when living colt is obtained. required Eaglo Ninl is ono of tho horses n Kentucky, as hi, ,KX will attest. As n breeder of i ! h'lffi, I 1 P- Den-ma- tk, gov-ruuic- nt MADISON SANDIDGE&SON, Milledgeville, Ky. and must bo paid at tho Oaro will he takenTo pre le f1,,h ?rC8' and escapes, hut will cciic,ai ul should any occur r?fK'nsib,e tLvRTth PrMe E. P. WOODS. frill ?mm jiwjiiinnrimiMi if ' i iyaw4 limM wI iwJiijAw &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOF JDURMU. Hath of nil kinds nt Slinnke'. Siikfi" SlmnkB'. ehi-ar- of nil kindoat Warren ft Fine lino of toilet soap just recuivml at Warron AShnnkV. Flowkii Pots all sizes at Wiurdi Shanks' Model Grocery. & Nick room in Interior Journal for rent. W. P. Walton. build-iD- g tiTANKOBD, Kt., MAY 8, 189(1 No tnoro credit. We hio now on a spot caoh uhbIb. DatikH, llib Jnwuler. Til mm g E. C. Walton, Business Manager. You Hhould tnk4 your nccurato Hurvice IVnnyXirnj: Btoni 1 whi-r- iHinrHiitped. POINTS. prompt biiu in a man living near Waynes-burwho married his father's half sister Wall paper nt low pricts to hixl mother's niece. patterns just received. W. ! Bituminous nnd canuel nut coal, bot tom price. Try it. Noel it Son. Rial new B. McUob-erts- '. A vibii stoii v. Messrs. Mark Hardin, It. M. Nowland, James A. Beaz'ey, L. M. W'esterfield and Stuvo Teater caught 70 good-size- d fish out of the Hanging Fork ' Ladies' Summer with sleeves. Underwear. Vests 25c Wednesday night. UuHNsn.-Mr. I'EHSUMAi Tiikhb are nine prisoners in thu county jil now, the forgest niimbet for the time of Jfar for a long time. Mil. S S. Mvkkb went to Millerhurn Tuesday t Mux MamvVcwbli. ppfnteovirBl dnjfl with Mrs. JocL'pli Suveranci Mim IUiiiKi, AuiBON.of I.rxInKton.io Mim. I)'i IJurcli. wltli TiiomabH SiiAMiH.ol Kentucky is nt home for n tow iIiub. to Louie-vilt- o t .Mns. Linda Havdkn pptud wt''k or TutBilMy lo SkVKHANCK, irit., is nt Crab Mil. i . Orchard rrntiriK up anil lrln)tinjr wnti-rhim bwn in Hon. J. N. Sai'.ndkim SprinplloUl HiIb wiek Inking ili'pobitioiiB K. Mf- - H Jack Korr has fnKK'd tho hiu'jiy anil implement man. WuoriMi, K. W. Cain haa ponn to Hlchmonil to take rliarisp of Tevla Hron'. barber shop. 8am J. K.miihv, Ju., ruturni'il Wednesday nlRbt from n vlnlt to relatives In the West. W.M. H Unix, of the. Went Knil, wbb here yteter.luy bbIIIdk KIdk'b Copyiuj: Machine. Mibs Ktiivi. Hkazi.kv will beSlanfoid'B repreBontativo In tho declamatory contest at Ijuicanter, the BOtli. FciL'iiiK J'kyton, looking as voiinu as a went to LouIbvIIIo ytfttor-dato attend theracea. Mil. V. L. McOautv, of Kiniiflville. was Hiiinmoneil to Newport to tPbtlfy ati to John iSoard la. what a bad MiMikB Mi.sna MvKiuinntl Kva Stiver, of Crab Orrhnril, ruttwd through to Danville yiHterday to vlail frieni!i. Mim Jun'MX (Jooi'Kit returned Weilues-dafrom Uetrn, where aWe has been In tl.n millinery hmdm-m)- . KiJ. Tanskh, of McKlnney. Iub n new boy nt his hruso and he is said to be tho happiest man in the Weal Knd. Mrfbiib It 8. I.yti.k, W. F. Sheridan, J. 11. YeBger and 0 K. Gentry went to Loulnvillo Wednesday, but of course did not see the Dt rbv. I'lior.T. M. CiooiiKNKiiiT has nt last been tired from Hie olllro of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. He was only kept till n republican could learn the dutlci. Diis.J. F. Pkyton and J. O. Carpenter are attending the annual meeting of the American Medical Society, which is in session at Atlanta. Mns. KuiXA Ciiamiiiulai.s and Miss I'rlcrt Kucker, who are here under Dr. J. O Carpenter's treatment, spent several days in Richmond. Hon. and Mbb. K. 0 Wakiun, of Stanford, were the guestn of Mr. Warren's brother, Mr. Samuel Warren, Sun-daHarrodsburK Sayings. Missus. J. W. Aicohn and Harvey Helm went to Paris Wednesday to take opposite side in the caso of Davo Cooley vs. the L. A N. for killing his son. 4The suit !b for $10,000. Mr. and Mns. Ubokih L. Tinny went to louisvll'e Wednesday. Mrs. Penny wanted to do some shopping, but the moving rause of the trip was probably Mr. Penny's desire to see the Derby run Unl-vorBlt- y, wt-n- l- - Jof-HM- 1 two-year-ol- d, y y en-(ait- CITY AND ViniNITY. Thiliiy fans at Shanks'. CiiAiaA Hockkb, flnocignrs. 9 m Plants for Bale. O. J. Newland. On and after the aunny Ut of June goods go for cash and for cash only at Shanks'. tem to every one. the Jeweler. WkIlvo adontod the spot cash sys ' No favorites. Danke H. Ukkuit'h Uolted Water Mill alwnyB at Warren A. Shanks "ModMeal el Grocery." J. ' Thk Lancaster and Stanford base ball clubs will crosa bata on the grounds hce this afternoon. at Otten-helWm. H user's now store-roo- m completed and he will ia about move into it next week. m No ruin yet, but the signal aervice says will be cloudy. The temperature will remain unchanged. Ti harder times got the more necessary you should trade where cah 'buyB the most. Severance & Son are still hammering down prices. Bkv. R. B. MAiioNYBayB he did not wear out the writ against William Spratt and that hiB name waa merely put on the document as wltnesa. Mb. J. S. Owblky, Jn'a., opening speech at Richmond was short, pointed and sensible, and added to his host of He waa highly comf riendB in Madison. and received many additional plimented pledges of BUpport. The prospect that he will carry Madison growB brighter daily. Not Evanb. Marshal 0. J. Nowland went to Nicbolaaville Wednesday in to a telegram from Jailer Henry Wtrlch stating that a negro answering Will Evans' description waa in hia charge. He resembled the man wanted for breaking Into Danka' window, but the marshal had no trouble in deciding that permitled it was not Evans, and he waa way rejoicing. to go on his m ... an-Bw- er White, Tan and Mack at 25c. Silk Webb Belts, 25c Laiiixr. Protect ) our uhih, cleonee looks clowl hi ShuiiKH' on and M F. Elkin iuIIh ub that hu is n wmnll tooth brush, Mh. All your teeth by using a to 50c. Positively no after the lfct of June sold by Crniii A Hoeker. candidate for neseesor and goods Hold on time after that date to A N Y that he believes he can win tho nominaOhaih &. Hoik Kit, druggists, will ONE tion hands down. Thu other gentlemen give jou the loaeat prices on everyThy J. II. (iaugiiiiniii A. Cos cooking who think of running for thia ofllco r.re thing. Give mi h call anil be convinced. Ladies Hose, 5c to 75c. Hest 25c black hose in town; Joel T. Emory, of this place, nnd tt Bcoals. Tlieyaru bent anil cheapest. regular price 3 for $1. Fine plain and drop stitch fast blk. McCormack, of thu West End. A 1'Aiti.oAD of pupils from thu ituminous nut 10c , Crtiiuui nut k, delisle thread hose, 45c. for the Deaf nt Danville livered nt your house. CHURCHAFFAIRS. pawed up to their homes in the Wk hnve turned ovo' all our accounts The Baptists of Danville have decidTuesilny to W. A. 'fribble for collection nnd you ed to build a now house of worship. Grass Linens with embroideries to match. Grass Linen,, City Taxih. Six per cent will bo add will favor us by nn immediate settleThu protracted meeting nt tho Chris Hughes & Tate. ed to your city Uxm if not paid by June ment colored satin stripes. Stock was never more complete tian church resulted in 42 additions, 27 1. Pay now nnd save costs. O.J. New letter. Wincheb-te- r at present. 1 nhall by baptism nnd 15 by Within the next few fuw days land, collector. Democrat. Call on you personally for tho amount A Catholic priest at Cleveland and Jessk D. Wkaiikn has moved his in- you owe mo and shall insist on all achis 3,000 parlahoners deairo to ally M. D. counts being settled. surance ollicu to the room in Mr. D.inks, the JewthemselveB with tho Methodist church. Elmore's building recently vacated by eler. Thu Mt. Sterling Sentinel says that Robert Fenzel. At the meeting of thu stockholders of Dr. Robert Hiner is not dead, aa was reDealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Carpets. (lAboi.iss and oil cook stoves are coin- the Moreland fc Carpenter's Station turn- ported, and that thero are chances of hiB pike 0, L. Pruitl was elected president recovery. ing in now and wn have had ourn tried mid they give perfect satisfaction. Hig-gi- and N. J. Cone, secretary and treasurer. Rav. JameB C. Cay wood, who fanTho following aru thu directors: J. & McKlnney. cied that ho would have, to haDg himJacob Russell, N. J. Cone, J. B self to save his soul, ended his life bangIk you come to town court day iMou-daDinwiddle nnd John Dinwiddie. ing, at Maysville. r buy a suit of clothes, V hut or pair Tho report sent out that the wife of I'io A.fa of Mr. R.G.Collier, of the of hIiohb from Severance A Son. They Rev. G T. Campbell, methodist paBtor at Eaat KmI. has been notified that alio is sell cheap for cash. one fttie six heirs of the Sublette es- Franklin, had deserted him. turns out to be maliciously false. G.T. Helm, Danville's excellent chief tate orth 1 1,000.000. The properThat I am closing out the stock bought from Hughes & At Hyden, Leslie county, the of police, is nobody's pretty boy, but he ty consihtB mostly of real estate in St. pue the daily papers, which Louis nnd thu lawyers who have thu mat- -stone of tho ought to now Presbyterian Tate at Prime Cost ? It will pay you to investigate our print his piohiro an a witness in thu ter in chargu aru preparing for a division church and that of the Academy buildprices and goods if you arc interested in ing was laid with impressive ceremonies. Pearl Hrynn trial, for making him look of it. Eld. J. T. Sharrard will nreach Sun- like h ''.' karat A Si it BBS. Messrs. J. L. Totten and dny morning nn "Christ's Claim Tested." j A PtiterStrauh, Jr., triml their Steam well Ekiiit couples of merry dauceiB At night on "Our Debt to the Men who. hop nt thuMyerii House from U to boring nuichiuu Wudneadtiy afternoon at have Failed." Strangers cordially in-1 Tuesday night. Ligo Farmer's Orches- thu home of the first named gentleman vited. And care to save the retailer's profit. The stock is full j worked liku a charm. It vi 111 bore tra foriuxheil the miiHic hiiiI did it well. and it and clean and we can please you in any of our .various Dr. W. V. Vaughan will hold the 'I'hii ilmiui; room was used and the bovs from 1'J to IS inches per hour and is in third quarterly meeting of the year at' lines. feel under many obligations to clover every way n satisfactory invention. HaiMcKendreo next Saturday and Sunday. ' ry Gitur icougineur and L. T. Smith has Cp(. RicliMrds. Rev. M.S. Trafton will preach heroSun- churgo of tho augor. ilay in place of Rev. W. S. Grinstead. Hnmmond against TiiKBiiitof J. A. Two reports on the question of adAnother Runaway. Wliiie Dr. L. B. George P. Utight for 10,OOOdamageB for plunder resulted in a verdict for $1,000 Cook was returning from a visit to Bun mitting women delegates hp.s been sub Thero will b no a))eal and except for Kennedy, who was shot by Joo White, mitted to the Methodist General ConferTRY OUR- the vindication Mr. Hammond will re- Monday, thu horso, which ho had bor- ence, and a long debate ia fn prospect. rowed from Mr. S. J. Embry and which Tho majority report favors tho women. ceive no bouellt, as wo learn that the Every public officer, with ono excepamount can not be made out of Mr. had been regarded as safe, ran ofT near Mr. W. P. Grimes and overturning tho tion, and the chairmen of tho two great Iiright. buggy threw thu doctorout, injuring him parties in Mercer county, are members of TiiKllelleof Lincoln Lodge, No. severely in the shoulder and knee. It the Christian church. The excention ia will celebrate its 13th anniversary at Mcwas at first thought tho knee cap was Judge T. M. Cardwell and he Is getting Klnney, Juno 'JO, In a big blow out, In broken, but fortunately it was not. Tho ready to join the some church. With so which speeches, music, refreshments, horse tore loose from the buggy and ran much religion in high places, Mercer base ball, fat man's race and other attrac a mile or more before it stopped. ought to be a great deal better than she Both Tongue and Tongueless. Time saved is money made. We is. tionswtll figure. Admission only 10c. have the ror Tub judicial inquiry into the menial All the lodges of the order invited, OF A LOCAL NATURE. further Information, hco or address R. R. condition of Miss Sarah Cecil at Danville was conducted in private before Special Capt. S. P. Barbee. formerly Bright, Box 34, Turnersville, Judge R. O. Warren and occupied two at Danville, died at Denver. Knowimi it to he to the mutual inter- days, A great number of witnesses were Our Lancaster correspondent tells of est of both buyer and seller 1 have de- summoned, several from here, and the the death of Mrs. W. M. Totten, mother termined to adopt the cash system of do- progress of the caso was slow. Miss Ce- J. L. Totten, of this place. And sell it on a Guarantee. ing business. This la the deliberate con- cil's hallucination is that the Jesuits are JameB Ladd, a resident of Rockcasclusion of ample consideration and much pursuing her and sho has a mania for tle, this State, was assassinated by unexpensive experience. I trust that all buying thingp she has no earthly use for. known persons at Brooklyn, III. my customers will in the future extend Judge Cantrill, her brother-in-law- , was John Beard, chief of police at to me the aame generous portion of their one of the witnesses against her. is short 1,000 in his accounts patronage they have bo kindly done In The following dispatch was received at with tho town and has had to refiign. the past. W. II Shanks. '. m. yesterday: Testimony for Miss An estimato based on the school cenan ex. Cecil will not bo concluded uutil some sus jostcomploted gives Middlesboro a Tim Middlesboro News issued She has been on the population of 1,500, nn increase of 1,320 tra Monday contninlng cablegrams from time Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilek that the capital for the South stand for several hours and is being in a year. London Bubjectodto vigorous examination. Any George A. Williams, an aged citizen Boston Iron Works had all been Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock 1160,000, sutlicient to pay oil all statement as to final result would be of Casey, was thrown from his buggy and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. II. G. during a runaway and besides otherwise indebtedness and to resume operations mere conjecture. hurt, had an arm broken. which will he done at onco. Evorybody A I'Uiilic meeting has been called to Adair county will vote on local opmagic is in consequence sing- conveno at the court house tomorrow, in the ex ing the "Long Metro Poxology," as Saturday, afternoon at 3 o'clock, to settle tion July 11. The order of election applies to druggists also, prohibiting them Capt. Brooka cabled to London. on a place for the entertainment of the from selling oven on prescription. young people who aro to come here on Mhesaa. W. H. Wbaubn, J. F. Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at Finding out that County Attorney 0. E. Tate and Joe F. Waters by Saturday, May 10, with Capt. Wygant, of Cobb would oppose it, the whiskyites Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. invitation diove to Richmond ami back, Central University, to give a military dis- did not file their petition asking for a play. The community should exert it71 miles, Wednesday night, to assist the local option election in Richmond. G. self to show its appreciation of the senew Knights of Pythias lodge theru In the circuit court at Georgetown young people of their in getting in good running shape. Phan- lection by these outing, and wo hope to see a Joe Alexander waa sent to the penitenK. P. lodge, Lexington, waa also place of tom tiary for threo years for shooting Conably represented there. Work was done goodly number at tho meeting tomorrow ductor Ben Durham, of the Q. & O. road. of ladies and gontlemon, old in three degrees, the conducting of the composed Collector Rodes took in for the and young from country and town. It visceremonies being turned over to the month of April, $100,G7S 92 about 0 iting Knights, who wero highly compli- is Capt. Wygant's intention, after the in excess of the collections for March. asaigu to the young ladies of drill, to If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before mented. On spirits tho taxes aggregated $104,703.-2community hia crowd of about 100 the making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priJudge SauI'LBY reversed the decision soldiers for entertainment and for this Shelby Nunn, sentenced at Lancas- ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from S5 to 15. of the lower court, which fined Druggist reason they Bhould bo at the meeting in W. M. Forman, of Danville, for permit- large numbers. Come one, come all and ter to 21 years' imprisonment for killing ting the holder of a prescription for a let'a buow our visitors that Lincoln coun- William Best, has withdrawn hia motion for a rehearing and haa been taken to pint of whisky to get half at one time ty can put the big pot in the little one. the penitentiary to serye 21 years. at another and held, in and the balance Twenty-fiv- e thousand people saw In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Dor.s. Speaking of dogs and be will edect.that if a customer had a prescription for a gallon of whisky he haa the be ours to speak of them if you are Ben Brush win the Derby at LouisSpecial inducements to Cash Buyers. right to purchase it in such quantities as with him long enough, Capt. B. F. Pow- ville Wednesday in the good time of he desired until the full amount ordered ell told us the other day that he had it 2:07 J. Ben Eldor waa a close second and from good authority that Mr. Stove 8emper Ego third. Thero were eight by the physician had been procured. Walker, of Garrard, the finest judge of a starters and race was worth $0,000. Ephriam Richardson shot Joseph Law and Order League. At the dog he ever knew, makes more money e Tuesday raising and selling fox hounda than he Morgan at Pine Knob, and wounded meeting held at the night, for the purpose of organizing a does from his large farm. His reputa- him very badly. Some of the young Law and Order League, Dr. W. B. O'Ban tion na a dog raiser extends all over the mon had been in the bakit of scaring HERNDON-CARTE- R INCORPORATED. non presided and Rev. J. T. Sbarrard country and his name in connection with Richardson by shooting their pistols of!' acted as secretary. After a short talk by hounds makes tbem sell sometimes at towards bis feet. He got tired of thia We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more the doctor explaining the object of the fabulous prices. "Some time ago," said treatment, procured a double barrel buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, oud honest dealing is the secret of our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. meeting, the league was organized by the the Captain, "My family wbb sick and I shot gun, and when again called upon to 313-31- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KT. election of S. H. Jiaughman, president; could not hunt, so I loaned Mr. Walker a dodge, shot the first man he saw. Mr. J. W. Acey, who had the trouJohn A. Allen and B. K. Wearen couplo of fine young hounda." "If they J. H. Baughman correspond- get hurt" said he, "how much will I owe ble with Dr. Taylor at Mintonville, was ing and W. H. Murphy financial secre- you for them?" Isaid about $25 a piece, in this office Monday. He says he lias taries and H.J. McRoberta treasurer. A not expecting to charge him a cent. A been to Texas, and learning that some resolution waa adopted to wage unceas- month or two later, I sent for tho dogs, peoplo thought he waa afraid to be here, ing warfare on the saloon and blind tiger when Walker sent me a check for $50 in- he came back for the purpose of giving and to fight any and every attempt to stead. Afterwards I learned that be himself up. His trial ia to be at Liberty procure license to Bell liquors. It ia to bad sold them for $150, making a cool next Tuesday. Acey claimB that Taylor be hoped that the league will stick to thia hundred on them. I was satisfied, how- while hia family phyaiclan.broke bis famresolve till the traffic is banished from ua ever, aa I had gotten all I could have Bold ily, and that provoked the assault on ( Taylor. Somerset Paragon. forevermore. them for." d - Tiik Stanford Female College, arcord-into the catalogue now in pres- -, has 'i I atudenta, the largest in many years. g following from Somerset: "Tho round-honsand maehine ahops were destroyed by fire at 3.:i0 a. m. Thursday morn ing, fifteen engines and n largo nmount of machinery anil tools were burned." J. E. Curd sends us the o Vests at 5c ioc, 15c, 25c, without sleeves. Pants 45c, union suits 50c. ficw hczitycr Belts P.G.' Em-me- 1 inoiiii-tiMti- H FINE GRASS LUMENS. m m Severance & Son, ns y) ''"iBBBBBMBMBaWBBBBWiiWBBBBBPBW 1 Toir MOW ov corner- n. en-joe- DomesHc Eeonomy, 1 W. P. TATE, Stamford. -- New Malta Walking Cultivators. m poet-mast- er Best Plow on the Market, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Nich-olasvll- le, 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE Bub-scribe- d, Penny's Drag Store -- Cum-min- s, L. PENNY, Executor. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! $10,-00- m 1. Can Not Be Excelled, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. CO. court-hous- SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to ts; Dont Fail to Pay Your Subscription When you come to town Monday. 6? Took nim by Sttrprlaf. A. S. S. OWSLEY, Mr. Hugging and Miss Dimplo had Mr. Crisp Admit Tlint Until I tho Stand, Demolishes Vrea Cnltiitgri FulUclea TnrU ,bccn discussing marringc in an imSurgeon In the Eighth About Trier. rtrtl f Yiilun. personal mnnner, when tho young lady Is a candidate lorto Ccng'tss ol this, Democratic the Dentist, District, subject the action IMbllahod Every Tuoaday and Friday JtcTCT&B Tho Congressional Record of March announced her preference in this wuy: Tarty. In his Atlanta debute with Secretary AT 27 contains a speech by J. T. McOleary "Tho man I marry must be handsome, Smith Crisp attempted to answer the objection of tho ponnil of Miuneota "against unrestricted coin- talented, amiable, courageous, and W. S. MP When not so paid S2.60 will be charRd." Office orer McRobetts'lW Store in the Owsley money advocates agaiu.t tho GO cent age of silver," which is tho most thor- without a fault of any sort whatever." Is candidate for Judge ol tho Court ol Appeals building dollar by saying; "I toll you, my ough, entertaining and convincing dis"This is very sudden," replied Mr. for this district, subject to the will of tbe democfriends, that I do K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. want the free nnd cussion of tho silver question wo havo JTngglns. i thoroughly appreciate racy. fl"ffT"1-l-l-Pl-l-unlimited coin.;;o 1 1 s Ivor unless the Been. Every aspect of tho question the honor you confer upon me, but yon J i i 3 Train ease Stanford at. 7:10 a. ci., returning is will glvo me n week to consider, 1 sup bullion in a silver dollnr is worth 113 presented. 4:3 p. m. Every argument of tho hen-es- t pose?" much as the bnllic-- j ;i a jrchl dollar. Harper's Bazar. tsgltpn to all who hae accounts with mo that believer in freo coinago is patiently All tins rot about cNa;' money is n L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. hae liren running Wright days t) vm in arl oei 6o tlrnrnillil. examined and demolished. Tho vieo of E run thoo who r.ro' ink rested in "Every month or so we have a new andtettle. April tn aud willwill be the buiiness MrjSZgR&!&?SfJ(El No. sa, Train going North.. i 37pm for mcafitr I glad for the freo coinage advocate, it is shown, ' Ho, x6. .. 3 ijim maintaining the dearest 1: -- of money. " otin to trade with him. craze," exclaimed Ilowdlck, who win is that ho picks his facts, ignoring such Kerp you eye on the I'aie 1'tncfi Sr HiiiT , No, tj, " South F. II. MONNET1, Mr. Crisp has for yea'. been clam..11 04 pm Dudderar, I I Dswtop.J ll llrighl, R Cobb, " No. 3, llustoavllle, Ky ..1 isp in oring for freo silver on tho ground that ns do not favor his argument. Ho does busy, and wanted to be nlono. r.u warier. i v naucrii' r ,ni cimcrs who nv us "We hae had a good many." O A PKY'ION.Sianr rd. Ky. gold has increased in value and is too not boo tho wholo truth, but only so QUEEN & CRESCENT. edit. "Yes. First it was the Xnpoicoii Agent for Llmftln (Vuiity. 95.3m 6carco and tloar to serve as money, and much of it as Huits his purpose. Tito craze. Then came the Trilby craze, and Trains pan Junction City as follow: silverito begins usually with tho state-moiHo. x South North ...3 41pm has urged the necessity of having 13.07 P m Nb that there has been a ruinous fall next tho poster craze. And now, by The following ordinance was passed at a rrgu " 3 " 4 ...1.00 p m "cheaper money for tho people" as 11.09 a m ' of hlanlord, Ky am " 6 " 5 am against dear money for tho bankers. of price.", begiuinng with 1873, when ,wny or variety, we lme Uio caUioilic lr meeting the City Council of h'ch ordinance , 1135 ...3.1$ April to, 181,6, indue torm of law, 8 35 p m " 10 ...6 00 a m rys." . 9 " srMll and dors take clfect Irom and after us nub- Yet ho now says that ho only wants freo silver dollars were excluded from freo licjtien, as follows, He had accomplished his purpose. run no Not. 4 and Not. Junctionand 5 and 9 tralm10stop there. coinngn under tho condition that tho coinage, nnd that tho decline of prices City. All than He was alone. Washington Star. .Call on. ... City Taxes Shall be Due on the bullion in a silver dollar shall bo worth was duo to tho exclusion of silver. But if ho would consider tho history of Mrs. L. A. Hkadv, A .Mun of I.ctlrrn. a dollar in gold This is exactly what First Day of March, Ho voted with the a. O. P., prices beforo 187U ho would find that Miss Molmc. Wakic. Thomas Jefferson favored when ho adC. O. IX, Ho boiiKht hla grocer-InAfter the annulment, iiid any petson ur persons ooms over M. 1). Ktreere's store, Stanford, Ky, vised that tho ratio between told nud tho recent decline began in lSi.r. Tho falling to py their taxes by the ut day of June lie dleil a member of tho I. O. U.T., fall between 18(55 and 1873 was larger silver bo fixed as nearly as possiblo at theiealtrr shall pay in per ceut. additional on the Was burlt-- by the IC of taxes o due ami unpaid, which additional sum And went to tho better Intnl. D. V. tho commercial value of tho two metals. than that between 1873 and tho proM'iit shall be charged to ttie Marshal In his settlement Indiana polls Journal. time, though tho mint was then ojku with the City Council. It is what tho believers in uii honest JOHN N MI.NKi'KE, Mayor. dollar have always insisted on. A freo to silver. But this was not tho first I'ltOriMJUITV. GEO. II WKAKEN.CIeik I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory, period of low prices during the present coiuago law which should put a hunIce regularly every morning. Price century. In tho period from 1818 to dred cents' worth of silver in each dol100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. lar would not injuriously affect our pres- 1852, while tho mint was open to silver, there was a fall in average prices ent sound financial system. Any amount between to and too lb atlfcln. And tee the new Hals at Mis.Dudderar's Tem- - All bills must poiillvely be paid the first of each But what becomes of Mr. Crisp's practically tho same as that which has K UK K.MIR New Legon, new m nth. taken placo since 1873. ol I'aihlon this week promiso that under freo sftver tho peoai.smis ail the new Pttslan clTecls In liorr Tho price of silver before 1873 did ple would havo cheap money? If a gold and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Prices Dress miking doae in tte lairt tts le and on short dollar is too dear to be used to measuro not dcclino along with that of other M D. Dl DDKKAK. notice. commodities, as it has done since 1873. values, how would a silver dollar which MIIS. KATK DUDDKRAR. Silver was not then their faithful com is worth just as much bo any cheaper? IT. B. aiLKY. ProprlBtor, Tho commercial valuo of silver is now panion, but held itw?lf aloof from t!'0 I London. - - - Kontuoky. about 80 to 1. If Mr. Crisp is honest in general tumble. Between 1809 and lSU.'i thero was a tremendous fall, followed saying that ho wants tho bullion in a We are ready to receive bids en tbe M K I movsd co my new Hotel and sun bet t si Absolutely Church South to be built near Walnut Flat. Ilids silver dollar to lo worth as much as tho by a tremendous rise of prices of comeparsd than ever to wilt be received until Msy ist. Specifications and Sood Livery attached accommodate the public modities, but silver hardly varied. And would havo in plana el building are now at the Interior JournaJ tirad. Oivc me a call. and every conveaienc d A cream of tartar baking pow bullion tho a gold dollar, hoSO to 1 ratio. thero is uot now nioro than beforo office. For further lo.ormation apply to the to coiu two metals in a TRAN1C RII.KY. 7T lluildlHg Comnitlr. at Walnut Mat, Ky der. Highest of all in leavening How would that shutter tho hated 1873 any connection between tho price II. 1) HOLTCLAW, of silver and tho price of other things. , R. K. P.MNr-Sstrength. Latest L nitcd States Gov money power? Tho dcclino of prices has not, howJ C Tl CKhK, Mr. Crisp warned his Atlanta hearers eminent Report. Coinmitl.-- . ltd ever, been universal. It has been large in " m against tho -- zrzr-S ROYAL BAKING POWPER CO. maintainingpeople who aro interested in articles worked by machinery, as textile?, tho dearest kind of monoy. New York. ANew Dress Uikicg Esiablishmcnt, When ho tnks of coining silver dollars minerals, manufactures, etc., but it has Employer Confound you, nlr, you not been large, as a rule, in products of with a bullion valuo equal to a gold ore not fur from a fool. DOC PRVK. CARWMJL BAIIRV. dollar, does ho not admit that gold is agriculture, tropical products, animal Having cmnplcted my course In the Clerk Xot more than three feet, sir. Tailoilefc' Syalem ut Cutting and Kitting French I otlcr tho standard and that ho wants to nnd fish products, etc Tho reduction of N. Y. World. my icivicrt to fc DB.TTJE?, have our silver money just as valuable transportation rates has lowered tho : : Ky. prico of wheat phenomenally at tho An Anchored Hoarder. us gold? Proprietors OfCceon Latcatter Street, at Residence, points of consumption, as in tho oast Winks How often do you change And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please und in England, but tho prico obtained your boarding house now, Jinks? The Missouri JWailnets. I will be found In the rear them with my werit TTraininjj of Mrs. Kate Duedrrar's .Millinery Stcre and will Tho Missouri Democratic platform de- by tho farmer of tho northwest has not Jinks I never change at all. be glal to wail on those wishing woik in my lln STANFORD, KV. mands tho "freo aud unlimited coinago been materially changed. Beef, butter, Winks You don't? 1'crfeotlv comMRS WM l.KKR, Stanford 7 tl Kotsm handled under Saddle and In Harness, of silver nnd gold" "at tho ratio of 10 eggs aud similar articles havo not fol- fortable, eh? rosdsters and to 1, without waiting for tho action or lowed the downward rarm No. I eentama ,i acres In Washington (.ndpreparcd lor sale. JlnkB Xo, I'm mighty uncomfortcouio of silver, sadmers bought and sold on commission. Good greater pan of which Is in grass, SPRING, I89G. ca"T' r . theitk even at thopointsof consumption. Tlioro able; but I've changed often enough wen watered bal( mile track and best stables in the country. 8 approval of any other government" impreiemt nil, luclud-''- '. "cUI Mm ceo Sarti fir io acre is one commodity which is dealt in, to know I never gain anything hy Blue-GrasIt rests this demand on tho assertion rnis "J" Is situated m what is pronosinceU cp. farm s the J W McGINNIS, 5. W. COOK that "from tho beginning of tho govern bought and sold, nioro universally nnd changing. X. Y. Weekly. Uil dltr-c- t in Keatwrkv far WUi. tl.. .1 n 'charge paint shop: In charge trimming stop. ment, following a policy formulated by in greater volume, it may lo naid, lacco. (aifeiUbltltMdcsicehouae than Trees, All kinds of Fruit snj Ornamental A Wider lIspiTlrniT. Farm No. contains Thomas Jefferson and firmly established all others put together litbor. If it has Vines, frhrubi, ie acres in and Dumley (who has ghon Fentherly a Ac. NoSmall Fruits, Asparagus, C,rap m- n.y with brick .Ivellwg Large stuck same fecalilv. THOMAS Y. agtnts. Iljy due t atd save by Jackson, tho Democratic party has not fallen in price, it is folly to say that bans. Uno of the best improved (am. a tobacco in the I've Mrawbcn v and general caiaioguta ou application been tho party of bimetallism." But tliero lias bmi "a general fall of prices cigar from his pmate box) II. K IUI.LKNMK , liK. to DANVILLE, KY., smoked worse clears than Ky I Telephone clue to tho demonetization of silver." what are tho facts? Roth farms arc in floe stale of pteseivalloii, well watered ood fcncnl. Close Co K it. depot, schools, Tho bimetallism of Jefferson and And it has not fallen. On tho contrary, FeathorJy. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds market and on a fine turnpike Featherly Yctw, Dumley, I B'pose Jackson was based upon a coinago ratio wages havo advanced, ami tho wages of of Carriages. or inieriaauoB apply to I you J N SAUNDERS, representing tho ratio of actual value. 1890, with silver demonetized, exceeded you have; but you muM remember that Specialty. Work dsne and warrantElepatnnn a to are an older man than 1 am. Day Stanford. Ky. ed tc give sitisfaction. All work dune when Tno silver and gold dollars they favored by G8 per cent tho "bimetallic" wages am hack from lit cilies with everything that All accounts due when work were worth tho frame. Tho bimetallism of 1800 In purchasing power the wages UltyfJliat. Kroeiised. Your patronage solicited. Millinery line A visit is new and preltv tu the 90 Io my store will couviuce yuu that this stoik Is of tho Missouri convention proposes sil- of today exited those of the earlier jhti-oTho Dlrtcovory Suvod UIh IJf. the most complete by 7J ier cent ver dollars worth about a gold Klegant line Linens and Kmbroidcry Materia! Mr O CJIiouttte N: ilcsTetsvllln III Much is made by silverites of French says ' To Or King'sdruist.Ditrevery I owe my : dollar each. Tho bimetallism of Democ: MISS L1CCIK IIKAZI.EY. New life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the Stanford, Ky racy was honest. The bimetallism of tho bimetallism, but Mr. McCloary shows Kentucky. fir miles about, but of no Missouri platform proposes a swindle of that France did not, by her law of 1803, was riven up and I "Id I could not live.aall and Having Ouaianteia First Class work In every particuKIpk' Vfw Iilit overr in my aCore. sent for as a mutter of fact, "sustain for 70 Dr 60 per cent. lar Prices reaSMnable Has had ii v..r.' ...... from doe WUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Under existing restrictions wo havo years her legal ratio of lfi",, to 1" as a bottletoand began its uso and using the fustbottles rlencs. get better an alter 91 in three tho largest and best bimetallism ever tho commercial ratio of tho world. Tho was up and about aaln. It is woilh its weight in ON IMPROVKD FARMS his aerrices o the people ol West Offers gold. We wont keep sinre or house without It." and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins known in any country. Wo aro using prico fiuctuated, notwithstanding tho Get a free trial at W II McKoberts' driiK store. suid Caskets always on hand. In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent , scmi-asilver equally with gold and raoro large law. Nor did France ever havo tho con95 D.8. Carpenter, Manager. Co nual interest: no cnmmistlun charged. Address any country m tno world over current circulation of silver and gold. ly man t;KO W. PAVV. Room i;, Kenyoa lluildlng, Cure for Uondacho. Ky. For blank applicaiians and fur OT STANFORD. KV., As a remedy for all forms of Headache Klectrlc liuisville, did when using gold at all. And wo aro From 1820 to 18.50 ...... CALL ON had only silAtvery best to Hitters has effects Iher Information, keeping all theso silver dollars on a par ver ami from 1850 to lbOB only gold a permanent proved and be themost dreaded Ithabitual torney, Stanlord, inquire ol J N. ISaunders, fsBowfully.organircd and ready lor busmen wilk Ky. cure the We with gold. What tho Missouri conven- coin in circulation. It was not tho sick headache yields tolls influence and urge give all bottle Paid up Capital of to $200,000. tion proposes is that wo shall abolish French legal ratio that kept tho commer- thiswho are aflllclrdtrial prrcure a ut habitual conIn cavi remedr a fair Bnrplus, . tho restrictions that havo thus mado bi- cial ratio near 15J., to from 1803 to stipation Klectrlc Hitters cuiei by giving tbe STANFORD, KY., 0,000. needed tene to the bowels and few cswi long 1673. VocVet Key Checks by Mail for only 33 Cents. metallism jiossiblo, abandon tho uso of thruse ol this r&cdicln . Tryitoi.ce Large SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL In concluding his telling speech Mr. tottlesonlv w cents at W. II. McKoWtt' Drug For Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Cbecksof gold, reduce tho valuo of money HANK OK STANrOKD, ftll kinds, lladges, Dog License Checks, Key a protectionist, de- Store. cheat all creditors, public aud pri- McCloary. hitm-clNow cloaing up) with the same aassla and under Stamping on Metal and Kin js, Chains, Ac. Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. Ily the same management. repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmom's store, vate, cut down tho purchasing power of nounced thel'innsylvaina prottctiouist? Uucklln'a Arntciv Halve S6 provisions ol its chaiur, depositors are as Stanford, Ky. wages and substitnto a cheap dollar who are going m fT tho free coinago cf The best salve tn the woil I for cuts, bru less fully piolected as aie depositors in NaUonal Wishes to thank Ins Iriends and neighbor monometallism for tho honest dollar bi- frilvcr becauso they may thus reduce sjrei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- their patronage and respectfully asks Io be re. II sa k , its shareholders being held Individually the and all skin eruptions ol the American wages to the lovel in Mexico, ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay repuirrd. It is roenbered In the future Mr tiianville llal.y uaolc to at theeatcntvalue amountin of their stock metallism wo have. therein par 21 positivcl) ciin pile, r .m at will If there is any method in this mad- Japan and other countries ou the silver lusranteed 10 give perlect satisfaction or money nice be loun) rely to rrM , Kobcs, anv tune. s A amount invested In suchthereol, addition to Ihs ssaioa. It may act aa Av Cothii to line esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr as refunded Price as cents per box. Her sals by lect from ot Caikelt, hand ness, it is tho method of men bent upon basis. Baltimore yun always on la jm an individual. XV II MrKi.rwrts.'ilrugglst F. BARKER, Proprietor, J tho ruin of their party. New York To those who entrusted their buisincss to us A Nv while rBUjgmi; the Lincoln National Haak al llntnd of i'nttlnts. - World. Stanlord, we we here lender our many thanks and The Hiu. W Coin Harvey of Chicng j trust they will continue to teas. ait their busioesc Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Culu ut School. with us, offering ai a guaraalcs fer pretapt and elfrewhere ha1 funned a new frit n to same, our twenty years eapcrsssace la Remember we arc the exclusive agett for the order which he calls the Fntnols of Large Remodeled and refurutsheu throughout, banking and as liberal avrcotsiraodatiens ss arc celebrated and Commodious Samn'e Rooms. America. The particular kind of pa with sound banking. 1U1U and office connected by Electric bells Falls Branch Jellico Goal, s. 100 which the "Honorable Tern triotism , Prompt and polite service 10 guests. tUHKCTOHS; 47 1 J. Williams, Ml. jiorary Grand Patriot Harvey" proiHM-- i A lo chat it will be to the interest of everybody Vern, u bu.'4 pks . II. Shanks, Stanford, local! and see our clean Dometttr Nut Coal. to teach is hatred of property rights, STANFORD Prices the very lowest. We pas the cash at the J.lS.lOwsley, Stanlerd; greed fur the wealth houchtly accumuinli.es, tkutcforc are able to sell at the luwest S J. Kmbry, Stanford; price. Come and see us lated by men of ability and industry, FEMALE : COLLEGE. liood Coal makes red aahri.no cinders. J. 11. Owsley, SunUrd; disregard of tho teachings of history Nut lie; In Falls llranchijci. Fails lliaiK.li J JF Cass, Stanford. STANFORD. KY. ilu.ii Mouuum JcIIkj Nji n i , N rth Jellies and devotion to the saltish inteie.std of a William CJeooh,, Stanlerd; Lump lie These prices ate Icr Coal deluered few silver bullion owners. rur Coal at our house charges are one ceut less. A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdivilL, ' WILLIAM SHELTON, President-UAlong with theso grand and glorious NOKI. .V SON. W.'H. Cumiuitu, Preachers I He principles thero will go a finely enS, H.'shatikSa'Presldent, NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. graved eortifirato of membership in Or.ll.'U. OwsJey, Cashier, Miss Emma L. Martin, residing Teacher in tho Study Hall; W M.llilght, Teller. tho noblo army of 10 to 1 patriots Good Goods and Low Prices is Ti !jH m and an annual assessment for tho good Miss Mary Cowen, Princip il ol the Music Dethe Thing. Law, I Attorney partment; of tlioso most concerned. Together with Miss Mary P Harris, Principal of theDepart-ment- s - tho Secret Society of Silver Knights NATIONAL BANK ol Art and Elocution. nnd tho Gory Gang of Goldbug Squash-er- s Ofliceon Lancaster Struct, opposite the Court OF STANFORD, KV. theso Itogus patriots should causo Second Session Begun Wedne3-day- , Teacher How many cents mako ono House Collections receive especial attention. 83 dollar? tho tyrants of Wall street to tremble in January 22. Coin Harvey, Jr. Fifty cents mako their guilty fchoes. Great is tho power Capital Stock-- . THE HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, of humbug and greater still tho cheek terms, Ac, senl for Circular or calllat the one dollar. ....... for Surplus College. Teacher What do you mean? Why of tho men who claim that they aro paIs the Place. .uA.,!tn,,.on ?f ,hf vy " Rank to the far not learned your triots because they shout for a currency Che only NaUonal nled San Francisco. have you 'Cause pa would lesson? Portland. Stanford Under the provisions of the National in Hank Coin Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutuwhip mo if I scheme which means national dishonor. New Carpets, ..To tbe Matting, Wall Pa al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can ar. secured not only by the capital said it took 100 cents to mako one dolwrite you all tbe moat favorable plans ot fnsur stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor Where C'un Money Ilo Ilnrroweil Cheapest? lar per, Furniture, Chairs, Window ance. He aiso represents the old reliable. Central amount equal to the stock, so thai depositors an ct Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will this institution ar. secured by a fund of $400,000 Silverites who aro howling thnt tho Teacher Whip yon? What for? Via The of your Shades. Always ready to com- be glad to havo a liberal ahare favors patronage. riv. iworn statements of thecondiliou of the bank Coin For being a goldbugaud going robber goldbugs have conspired to that can be art mad. each yearto the United States Will be leady to cooler all the advance-meIts assets are examined at stated tunes chargo high rates of interest on thoir pare quality and prices. Make glscu by any warehouse. Liberal cash tho wareto n Wall street school. ajnadeou consignments, both ill ocunng addititona ,h,u loans should inform themselves on tho rVS perfect safety to depositors. will be at Stanford every .IIWnfta ,enl' house and country. it a point to sec me before buyThis institution, originally court day. Paitics wanting hogsheads, prizes or qnestiou on which they proumo to Favor Dishonest Money Candidates. IH of money should nddress in at Paint Lick, Ky, Def'U.v.1J In i8j8, then re"rga" ing. IK4&&JW Tho Democratic newspapers in Colo- hpeak. If ihcyHvtvo intelligent, they a. to 6m National Hank ol Stanford in iSi nd Prbmpt attention guaranteed. t irjisvnii MtwAiBAsn CHiCASo"Rrt&- again the First National Ilasok oj bo pretty fiad if all that tho would know that interest is far lower rado must W. W. M, S. IlAUGHMSN. Gunnison News says of them bo true. in gold standi.rd countries than in thoso J. W. llAUGMHAh. rVpud ..te;r;,"y;.r.. It .Zt".?r "uoSlid Only Dining Car Route From countries where silver is used. Compare Here is ouo of its recent btutements: mw iivkiaui siiaiu cur iirinra m n. "Up to tho present timo thero is but tho United States, Germany or Great Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, honorable career. Accounts of corporaUoni and firms and Individuals ono Democrat io paper in Colorado that Britain with India, China or Mexico. . .jicwuuuy souc Stanford, Ky. rKOmlSTOHSudvocatcs supporting an honest money In each and all of the silver standard Tha Dir.ctory of this Ilank 11 compoied ol caudidato for president. That paper is countries inUrcst is much higher than Forcstut Iteid, Lincoln county; PTJS3-.1- 0 I in tho gold basis uations. If freo silver S. T. Harris, Lincoln: Elegant Pullman Vestibuled f tho Sterling Democrat, and we sincere will lower interest, why does it not do Sleepers of Modern Pattern. J. II. Collier, Lincoln; ly hopo its trilH) will not increase " J. W, Hayden, Stanford; For maps or any Information, address Tho Sterling Democrat is so flattered so in Japan or Mexico? House and Lo ou bast Main Street, StanS. H. Ilaughman Lincoln; E. H.BACON by this compliment that it publishes tho ford, Kentuckv. House contains fivo rooms and ITItANKJ. REID.) - - Kentucky. Hitting tho Nnll ou the Head, or f D. P. A , is in good icimr. Will sell at public auction on C. P. Agent, J.S. llocker, Stanford; ubove quotation on its letter heads. J Chicago. t Louisville court W. A. Trlbble. Stanford; "Sound money," says President Monday, May n, tS$6. countycredit day, at about oi c months. Be sure to call for it A. M Will be so d M. D. Elmore, Stanford; George B Roberts of tho Pennsylvania Note with gold secutity on a Wliut We Haso Done For Silver. required, bearing six per Mooon Route. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing oat T. P. Hill, Stanford; J J. KENDALL, turnouts will leavo our atabl. See us " Tho only bimotallio country in the Kailroad company, "is at tho bottom of interest. 3 td St Paul. Somerset, Ky. Denver. lor rates." In our K. L. Tanner, McKinney; business." Theso eight words aro put world, the only country in which gold together as tight as a hammer's head, J.fl.IIocke,,Pr.aideJ0,;;J,M,"r'M,-V"10D'Br'c, laymzand Plastering done BLACKSMITH SHOP. T?C I will take 'all the hides I can gat nud silver are used in nearly equal NfYPTf1!? pnrapily. Plastering a specialty. LKjEj hit traae lor for cash or niLEfO. Stanlord or atin my home learner on- amounts as full legal tender mouey, is and theybo tho nnil right where it . Ilclerenced furnished. Work guaranteed. Ad-- Will guarantee Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; work and latifactory in Ottencourt dayi at ought to hit. our own. A. A. McKinney, drtis me at'Mt. Vctnun, J, P. Lechleitcr. prices, fly our horse shoer. helm. Chas. Ennshn, Tanner. Asit.Cathisr Semi-Weekly interiorJourhp GIVING HIS WHOLE CASE AWAY. M'CLEARY'S SPEECH. J. JR PRICE, 53g JUDGE PKVOR Stanford, Kv. i.t A Spooial Invitation T'l of , 1 it-cr- y iiSHJssysu City Ordinance. to-- it Dress Making. fur-h- Satlsfaetiou Guaranteed. ROYAi d 1 ICllilo Como Ono, Corns All. THE RILEY HOUSE POWDER To Contractors Pure ht wfcS' dr. w. b. PBinrsr, B A-ELES- T The Ladles of Stan lord, Dentist, Stanford, and Sale Stable First-clas- Two Farms For Sale. s Nurseries. - '' ge-a.-1 t SHAW, the. j. l.esl.-lon- TO THE LADIES 1 d F. A. AlETEKS, J. T. STTTTOIT, ono-ha- lf Rrlcklnycr Stonecutter UNDERTAKER, physli-iin- s Stanford, I I MONEY To LOAN Lin-Co- la Farmers Baak&Trnst -- Fj-anc- c JF. G. BRADY, 1 re-b- st J. 0. McWliortor, t'NDEKTAKEK, r one-hal- gen-or- al BABKER HOUSE, , Somerset, Kentucky. I t it &V rX Fi rt Coal, Coal, Coal. attsk-JJe- !i MmtlP di'Jlw 41.-- Spring Cleaning. Now is The Tim. S W. S. BTJRCH, IT J Stanford, at Kentucky. FIRST WITHER M. W. JOHNSOIT, 8100,000 23.7O0 n govsrn-m.nta- nd tiu'isvar'.? -- tgf fi MoIpgJk i'1'J-l.'..U- J 1 WITHERS, OUXSirX.LXaE M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- 1 ndu-clan- TO.CKXC5LGO. SALE LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, ss first-cla- Om liul K'' I tint-clas- s -I- 'JSh Tsscvszm & wawmm