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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896051201 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 POURNAI '. VOL. XXV. cam; on:u.ii:! ilium "'"'"'I "(. l I I & STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 12. 1896. u.iiui.iiiii cocxty. 11 USTOX NO. 21 VILLI! MeH I ' m tho kindergarten pupila. This gathering near Hubble, of so many bright, happy hearted chilMay 21th, conducted by Kev dren was at tho iron bridge on the Tinsley. pike, and Mies Knapp West enT. Sharrard preached a good Kev. J. sermon on "Business and Religion'' to tertained tho pupils under her charge in tho court cro.vdat the Christian church rith and 0th grades on Dix River, near Mr. Joel Walker's. yesterday. The route for a new street will bo good Hinge of the Haptiat Kvrry old and young, is requested to between I)r Herring's residence and J. church, attend tho singing At Mr. M. K. Klkiu's K West's, running back near the site where the old slaughter pen was and will (Wednehday) night. be about i of a mile in length. Messrs. Jailer Strong, of Lee. county, waa arrested for slapping K'.dwr W. J. Walker, K. Brown, J. M. Higginbothamaud John K. Stormes were appointed a committee of tho Christian church, who had published an articlu reflecting on tho jailer- to meet the directors of tho Buckeye plko and make further arrangements. Uuv. J. B. Culpeper returnod TuesThe third annual commencement of Klberton, Ua., whore ho baa day from recently closed a tnoit suicesaful revival. the colored public school was held at the Over 300 conversions and lo7 additions ciurt house Friday evening Thero were 11 graduates and tho cbsijh read were to the church. JeeHRtnuni Journal. creditable to both teacher and pupils. Miss .Vehbie Williams, n girl of 10, whilo attending a revival at Kuoxville, Some of the subjects weie: "The of Life," "An Object," "Africa," went iuto a trance and nmained in thia days. On recovering she 'What Shall Wo Do to lie Sived," ami condition three "Frogrewi." The diploma weie deliver-o- l Hild she lud Bsun both heaven and hell. by Superintendent J. Hunt McMurlry Tho contract for the main building and the prizes by Mr Letcher Ubl-yt ol Tho Bennett Memorial Schoo1, to bo Tne dtcUumtorv medal whs won by orected the present taw)n at London, Hamlet Roe, a youth of 13, and the was awarded to Clark nud Howard, con Binnlitst of the graduating claB. A numtractors of Lexington, for ?12.C00 over 12 ber of white people attended and they competitor?. considered the exercises quite a credit to of AlabaJudge Jonathan Haralfon, principal, R. W. Kletchor. president of the the hs ma, J. R. Currey, of Harrodsburg, was Southern Baptist Convention at Chatta- here Saturday. Uuv. T. II. Campbell is nooga and K. W. Kerfoot. of Kentncky, nttending the Southern Btptist convenwas made one of tho vicn presidents. tion at Chattanooga. Mrs. R. L. Thomp-ho- n Thero w ro 701 delegates present. is the guest of friends in Mt. Vernon. A corresponding nt Gilberts Creek Mrs. S. 1. Grant and son, Master Fred, writes that Mrs. Henry Mills, who luui visited Mrs. H. A. Frico ami family Sunrecently moved to that section, in addi- day. Mrs. Henry Taukeraloy has returntion to teaching in the Sunday echool at ed from u protracted stay of four months Lancaster, baa organized a school at her tofrieudsin Iudiaua, J. G. Saunders home, which tueota every Sunday after- has returned from u visit to hia parents noon and now numbers 25. in Harrodsburg. .Miss Mollie Burdette, Tho MethodiBt general conference by of Stanford, is being entertained by Lana vote of 425 to OS decided that tho four caster Irionds. Mrs. Win. Guinu ia viswomon deletes might retain their seats. iting in Illiuois. A. II. Rice ia at home This action was the result of a compro- from a busineea trip to Nashville, Chatmise which stipulated that tho admis- tanooga and other points. Mrs. A. B. sion of these women was not to estab- Rue, of Harrodsburg, has been the guest lish a precedent for Inturo conferences. of Mrs. W. O. Riguey. Mrs. Martha SalA fcominlttce of tho Methodist Gen- ter is reported very ill. eral Conference reported that thero had V. J. Clark, of the Standard Cattle been fcW.OOO loaned to students in the last 20 years, only fSO.000 of which had Co., Aiuee, Nob., boa recently purchased Ym do not know which 2,000 head of heifers in been returned. proach-eraar- e ia inUnded to Hhow that tho Texas at $12 50 a head. Last year he tbia dishonest or poverty atricken. bought the same clam of cattle at $7 a head. Mr. Clark purchased about 0,000 liveryman ami steers in Texas at Mr. D. P. Davit, a prominent head of w. nu im iw uoincu, atakepieaure m from 15 to f 10 laat year, but no w expects I'aln aim tor expernnce to have to pay mora for them, holders ?7r..Iknolrom l,W'..V.n.S?n.aiinea for It. A year aao thlt asking 110 to $20. Field and Farm. UD in nea wim luuam- .7 k..lh.r mil laid IntiDiely. The It ia thought by many that Onoqua, fi.ioDlieaUoool ChamborUin'i Pain Ualm eatea 2:081. will compl ettly become the trottins aueon S.I'JffirSdrt. uaol ot,e bottle i this year. fwuUby Cralj 4 Hocker, Sunfcrd, Ky. Bright'flflchool-hous- e com-moncin- -- Mr. 0. W Singleton Ih daily lecciv- Ml Spencer, colored, wns Iriid Sot- -- Gil Cowuii nIiimiihI n nnr ln.,1 n.,.a ins goods for IiIh new store on tile Minn- - unlay anil Hum! f 175 (or milling lupinr. to Cincinnati Saturday, j -- Marriay.. license was granted on! -J- ames lUrfinr bought of Mias Hliwsk fom plko near Cedar Creek. -- The weather is entirely tin lot for ( Thursday to J. 1). McMiiUn to wed Mits Given lObble. of corn last week for ' tlia lioyd to work in trio garden, but J nit ( Sue Hell Montgomery. Jl,)5 pHr 1,1,1, I mm lria Worrell's select hijIioo! nuout right to play base ball. Manv walnut Iol--s are hauled through The spoke aeasun ia over, but tho tan at I.iwhou'b school house closed Fridav hero daily from Richard Bibb's pi ico to oark Ih coming la rapUllv, ho inai uio w. i Willi appropriate esorcises, Lyon's eaw mill on Martin's Creek. Walfrom Crab A N. is sure lo hare buslue A phonographic entertainment was nut timber hni bcotn) very scarce in given last night at tha court-hous- e Orchard. by this section. Tho meetings by Kv. U.N Faulco Air. Denuun, ol Nicholaavhl. Prof, riukerton, president of ChrisIt Ih rumored that Lancaster in hooii tian College, has nccep'ed an invitation uer.of Danville, contlnuo and tho congregations increase, notwithstanding tho to have. HWell onureri wedding. Huth to prench the Bipc.ilniireato sormon to the bride, and groom are Garrard county peo grsduating class of dry nud dusty weather. the Mid.vay Orphan , pie. Mm. Ruaaell Dilllon, of Living-itoSchool on May 21. i l visiting her mother, Mrs. J. II Tuck-o- r. Protracted iiivotinc la in progress at While coasting down Kauil'inan's bill Mtases Nora and I.llliti Phillipi, of lienJay's school-hous- e condinted by on his bike, Rev J. McKee, of Stanford, arc visiting friends hero. Rev. Ucndricksoii and much interest is Danville, got a fall, Gimtainii'g a painful Ixmis McAliater, a highly rejected being manifested. injury of his right knee cap and quite a colored man and an old family servant Forest Stapp, of Buckeye, Bold a number of minor hruibt-aHe whs not of tho Joseph McAltster family, wan homo last week to a Kichmoud party for seriously hurt, however, and soon passed buried at tho Whiiley grave yardThurs i)0. Sam Anderson Bold to J. II. Mi- - on his ay. day. Carley a lot of hogs at $2 W). Mr. JohnToinlinson, keeper of tho Misses Ada McWhnrter and Grace Kuler George Gowen is hold a meet- cemetery, died Tuesday afternoon. He Tudor aro visiting (rieuda at Paint Lick. ing at Burgln. Ho expects to be ttbxunt was greatly respected for many sterling Miss Kva Buchanan went to Louisville two Sundays and his pulpit hire will be virtues, and while nrt a member of any Monday shopping and to visit her Mister, tilled by K der J. T. Brown, p.istor of the church, had always been in sympathy Mre. J. A. Ilaldemau. Christian church at that place. with the teachings and practices of tho Mr. A. H. Uastln has movo.1 his famTlieollicial board of the Christian Christian church. ily froti) Maretsburg and will bo into tho church decided to elect six additional Tho outlook for ngnculiurhl interests mill and lumbar business near lljldam's deacons and tho following were chosen: is very gloomy here on account of the Mill on tfio Somerset road. Mr. Joe M W. B. Moss, Hubert Stone, Fred b'tone, continued d'outh. The tobacco men are Ken is down from London to seo the AC. Robinson, J. J. Walker and Kd compelled to water their plant beds daibovH. Miss Martha Pleaatnta jh itii to I'rice ly. M uch corn that has been planted has -- lvdnrK. M. Campbell, nick at her home on Cedar Creek. Mr. who has re- not sprouter, and hind can ecarcely Bowlinand Mrs. Britton, of Lovel's, who cently returnod from San Francifeco, has bo had for love or money. bought thn Monroo Curtis linn, moved accepted u call from a very nourishing Tho bick.-M- rs. Nancy Oivena imtoil alow day ago. Mr. Curtis will Christian church atGUxgovat a salary proves slowly. Mrs. Mary Green is still move to Ida farm bought nar Stanford. of of l,200 and he and ids wife leave conliued to her bed. Mn.. Susan Wright, Maj. Thompson and lanrly, who this week for his new ilidd. who had such a severe, attack of pneuluve boon living in Louisville for the It hasbeeii decided that the county monia, is couvil-scin- g very slowly. Mr. pint year, have returned to their farm jail is both unsafe and unhealthy as far Charles Wheeler hH.i been suflering with near Crab Orchard. Mr. Joe White, ms tlie prisoners are concerned. The ol J a painful attack of lumbago. who was so seriously wounded, is doing doors aro to bo torn away and new ones I'rian uunn is building a monster nlcidjr. Mr Kennedy Ih not improving added, and new waiks and new hinKs cittern, II ftot deep and 1 feet wide, at an rapidly as hu could, the iniiimmatiou will aUo be put in as well as ater pipes, bis barn in this place to furnish water for around his wound cnuning him great Another one of tlioio entertaining the stock he gatherd there pending his pain. Mr. Win Thompion, of Misouri, elocutionary contests will be given here aenr- - innual shipments South. He now who upend his summers in Crab Orch- the 30ih, under the auspices of the Bap- - lias about:!) Head of horses collected, get ard, arrived Saturday, lie ny.i he can- list cnurch. Six towns will have retire- - ting them in shnue to sbiti in Aninni. not do without Crab Orchard water du Mutative, Lexiugtou, Cynthiana, DanrtniMiau College will not have com-mring the cummer months. ville, Georgetown, Stanford and Lancascement exercicea this jer.r. Tho ter Tho prize to be won will bo a dia- achool closes on June 5 Prof. Pinker-to- n i 'Hi Mli.s. mond ring. will then deliver th closing addresa. It was with deep regret that tho Lan- There aro no graduates this year and ea I ho board of uiiaaiuus of the Metho s thu music class comprised no advsneed dial Church South, appropriated 1'j7,-11)- 1 caster people learned of the alarming of Mrs. Jane Young, of Lexington, pupils, I'rof. Fiukerton deciued to bring for misMoii. General conference the venerable mother of Dr. F. O.Young the scholastic year to u close without The. Mothodi of any kind. At Cleveland adnpte 1 a resolut ion of and Lieut. Lucien Young, of the U. S. navy. She had a stroke of apoplexy FriSquire John Ii'lm has retired from for Cuba. oyniTathy Huv. II. H Mills has been reijuented day and was reported dying. She used tho grocery business and no longer does to live here. the handsome Colonel smile on fair custo preach at tho Lancaster court-hous- e There were two picnics Saturday, tomers from behind the counter at Canoxt Sunday and Iihh consented to do ho. having Thfl'o will tut aseriea of mrotinga at one given by Miss Margaret Murphy to nary corner. The store-rooI ' THE KKPVnLWASH and lorKlHF Dnnt for yrrm. :JmMrWWWWWWWmWJ CRAIG & HOCKER, liRUGGISTS, -- - . - gr? 1 j ' et CJlili'll Tho republican) met in convention here yesterday and were called to order by the secretary of the county commit- tee, Mr. B. G. AHord, who was on mo- - ' CASH Hon of John Blain, made chairman of tho meeting. K. W. Spulall, of the ComWill fill your prescription; will save you money and will mercial, was (hen chosen ttecrotary and X give you perfect satisfaction. We are headquarters for John Blain, waiving the formality of a committee on resolutions, presented the IX SI following, which were pnanimously l IN. adopted and the convention adjourned. Resolved 1. That we, the republicatib ; : And surgical supplies. Your patronage solicited. of Lincoln county, in mans convention assembled, heartily approve of the action of the committee iu calling the convention to meet at Thursday, June 11. A 2. Tho sad experience of the las', three .AAAAAA.'JVA .A A'VAA ...VMAA.V -- A..A.V.A 1rl rj.3 yeara and over demonstrate clearer than j ,W' ever before the fact that the republican policy of protection is the best for the si? buslntes interests and wage earners of the country and we demand a tariff that Of Hustonville, Ky., is offering Great Bargains in all will not only secure the needed amount lines for the next 30 days. of revenue to conduct tho affairs of the government, but will also Afford a fair and adequate protection to tiie American farmer, laborer and business man. rij. Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. 3. We believe that our money shonld be tho equal of the money of the moat Greatly-Reduceenlightened nations of the earth, hence jk;. are opposed to every policy that threat- FT' ens to depreciate our currency. Come before it is too late. Jamhs Fkye, Hustonville. 1. The following persons are hereby chosen ah delegates to represent Lincoln C't'v tv'v county In the 8th district Congressional convention: John Blain, John Ellis, G. """ """"""yJ f """ W. Gentry, A. G. Faulkner, J. T. Terry, R. L. Davison, W. D. Tardiff, Joe Phelps, B. G Alford, A. A. McKinney, Moses Colley, F. W. Dilliou, J. O. King, G. W.Craig, J. F. Cummins, John A. Chap- We have just what you want in Bright Colors. pell. Alternates C. Minor. Josiah Bish- v1 op, Fred Bishop, John Tucker, T. J. Coulter. J. T. Chadwick, B. B. King, ti James Ro3e, Win. Lackey, Ed Simpson, Tom Grant North, Robert Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, Phillips, Tom Ferrill, J. Young, J. L. Wagons atid Plows. .Johnson, S. G. Drye, II. R. Camnilz, Frank Foley. 5. Recoguiziug tho past brilliant services of Judge George M. Davison for the Come in and look through our samples of Paper. Newsuccess of our party, and believing him est and Latest Designs. eminently qualified for the position, we Wt B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. heartily endorse him aa a candidate for the Congressional nomination and instruct our delegates to vote for him as long as his name is before the convention. TRUSSES 1 Nicho-laBvill- e . X t Wy - . V JAMBS FRYE, m WO IV IS THE TIME TO BUY d Every Thing Goes At Prices. a SfeW'i "" w B0 H'BOBEHTS, I 4 !.! !:! Wagon and implement Paint. s V! I! :: 1.' : Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. :::: MISSOX. UtY COX I 'EXTIOX. Program for Lincoln County Christian Missionary Convention to be held at Mt. Olive Saturday, May 1(. 1S93: 10 a. m., Devotional Exercises. 10:15, Addreea, ''The Gospel For the World," by Elder Stephen Collier. 10:45, Addreas, "Uow We Know We ar Saved," by Elder W. L. Willtatna. 11:15, Report of Evangelist. 11:45, Report9 from Churches, DINNER. f$r &WZA& C Wfe'll'&'l. 7, fS. m g new-Danvill- - Vo-a- ge tvro-vear-- two-year-o- ld .,-h.to-I ,h.; rcc-bff- i.i " Joseph Graham, a jealous lover, shot nud killed hia sweetheart at Trenton, N. J., and then'fatally shot himaelf. Ansel D. Miller and Misa Corinno Gentry elopad and were married at yj Mr. Miller ia foreman in the : ia an exemplary Till Register ollice and i young man, sayg a dispatch Irom Richmond. Just at tha hour she waa to have been married, Mias Minnie Allen, of Delphos, O., got a nota from her intended saying that he bad decided not to marry her. In Boflle. loaa than 10 mlnutM she had aunt a pistol The Don. Charles Finley, aecretary ball through bar brain and waa still in of State, reporta that the 175 State banks death. Dr. W. N. Craig baa received an inhave a capital and surplus of 5 and loans and discounts of vitation to the marriage of Rev. Martin D. Hardin to Miss Julia Stevenson, Jonn W. vTilaon, who died In the which will occur at tho New York Avecity hospital at Columbus, Ind., bad $9, nue church in Waahington June 2. Dr. Be waa Craig was a schoolmate of Mr. Hardin 210 strapped on hia body. and he will likely attend his marriage. thought k ba pennlleaa. house-cleaninhouso-keepera Win-cheate- been remodeled inside, the Dinwiddle uros. aro now occupying it with everything in their line fresh and nsw. Whilo regretting to lose Prof. M. G. Thompson and hia accomplished wife, as residents of our town, we are glad tint they are to continue iu the ranaa of our prominent educators and aro euro that the board of the North Middletown College Is to bo congratulated upon securing the services of such etlicient teachers. Last Sunday was the list anniversary of tho dedication of the Christian church in this place. On that morning Kidor W L. Williams preached it sermon appropriate to the occasion. Only two other pomon besides Bro. Wiluams have been residents of tho town uninterruptedly during those 41 years. Tho many changes that have taken place in that time formed the subject of interesting remiuia cence iu the discourse. We look forward with very plo.isani anticipations to the l.'ith of this month when we shall have the opportunity to hear Mudam Bailey, the golden voiced souggtreM of the South, in one of her inimitable entertainments at tho Christian church iu t.sta place. Mi83 Dolly Williams, the accomplished pianiste, and Miss Mary Holmes Luak, dramatic reader, will add to the evening's enjoy mant. Mi&s Lena Woods arrived Thursday on a visit to her ai stor, Mrs. John Raid. Squire Smiley, of Moreland, is at home again. He and Ii.h wife spent the winter in the South with their sou. Mrs. Sally A Goode id at the home of her sou, John Goode, haviug returned from a protracted visit to Tex w Inst week. Dr. Hawk Brown was at Atlanta last week consulting with othor eminent physicians as to the beet meana of lengthening human life. Hu la a of the National concern. We don't envy him because of his honor, but we do envy him g becauae he boa hia done while away on these annual trips having a good time, while the rest of ua sudor-in- g male unjoint our lingers stretching carpets after having belabored tho dust out of 'em with a broomstick. MIm Annie Yowell ia at home with her parents for tho vacation. O. F. HiggluB wad here this week visiting hia slater, Mrs. D. Woods. MiBa Emma Hunu ia visiting in tho family of Mrs. Ohloe t $ a V U&c6t?zirz-'-, Davotional Exercises. Address, "The Essential Need," by Prof. B. J. Pinkerton. 1:30, Addreea, Ivdor J. T. Sharrard. 2, Address, Elder Jos. Ballon. 'J:30, Elder T. L. LaFollott. P. W. Oaiitkii, Chm'n. 1 p. m., 0-- Itrtt-f- e tfrii& 7Z& & (?& 'tt-4- , s 464, V0-- rt-tittz 2V? SOMEWHAT LOCAL. '&aslfj,a'';'Z,f' .14. (O'fa'&'l&i'Z.rfi. T 1?. A. Robertson, a Middlesboro merchrait, has asaigued for 57,000. Richmond ha nt lost caught up with the procession by adopting standard time. Tho Advocate says that Tennyson & West have pecured the contract for Odd Fellowa Hall and Opera House at Som' erset for i'20.000. Mre. Mollie YanArsdall, widow of J W. VftnArsdall, died nt her home at Junction City Saturday night of hemorrhage of tho bowols. Mr. G. A. Williams, vho was thrown 91 from hia buggy a few dava ago, died from ellocta at his home in Casey county V tho Friday, lie was a relativoof Mr. A. M. 1:1 Fryo, of Iluatouville. Thos. Rest, of the WestEnd. telle ua ill that a mule balonging to W. R. Akin, hia t " neighbor, ran away the other dav and going to whero some partiee were burning brush, laid down in tho fire and wps almost burned to death I a a&'XMa axi, f rS SI fsf. JQl- - tsMa-i- z (DC--. HI SPBIHC STOCK -- Is Now- - Complete in Every Department. :;- MA TlilMOXJAL MA TTJMS. I ficw 1 JYUIHery Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in and see our stock. I! Glotfyig All new goods lor spring and su mme wear. Every thing strictly Up-t- date. o r. i Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine ?Km& "BGD WW" Shoes in Great Variety. $10,915,-322.G- Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, m CHARLES WHEELER, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, - Hustonville, Ky Sii - i1- n u The Rev. W. T. Boiling, of LexingUn, strength of the other candidates is: Reed Thk house and lotto front of Mrs. Lou WHEN who seized upon the downfall of Col. 95; Morton, 02; Quay, 50; Allison, 41; Shanks', belonging to Mr. J. J. Kendall Breckinridge to advertise himself, again Bradley, 10; Cnllom, 12; doubtful,' 50. waoBold for tiitn by Mr. W. A. Tribble Silver democrats formed an organi- yesterday to Mr. W. Carroll Shanks for makes himself tldidulous in an effort to May 12, 1896 keep before Stanford. Kv., the public by under- zation at Richmond. Hon. W B. Smith HSO taking to instruct the people on Nation was chosen presidont; T. Ohenault HianiKs& McKinnky acted the good al (1 nances instead of warning them to president of the Second National Bank, VV. P. WALTON. Samaritans yesterdav and got a big adver fl e from the wrath to come. He is mnk-iu- g vice president, nnd O. II. Brewer secretatieement besides by furnishing tub after free silver speeches and his coarse ry. Gov. William J.Stone, of Missouri, of ice water to the court crowd, which a'lusions to the president of the United a former citizen ol that county, will tub drank nearly 200 gallons. States show that he was cut out for an speak there May ."0, and assist in proCOMES orator of that pursuaaion. Even the moting the free ailver cause. Mh. F. D. Wii.i'tKsiN was up from (HscovHrini in diaeusting Tillman will now have to look If the newspaper reports of Gen. Burgin yesterday to see his brother, Ed TitK Cincinnati Post, Yon will find our store full of bargains nnd full of eager Hardin's speech at Richmond, Monday, Wilkinson. While here lie said that a some tray that the editor of this paper to his laurels. buy crs who know nnd appreciate bargains. IHave some called on Senator-eleForaker with Secare to ho credited, that gentleman made farmer gave him all the butter nnd eggs d Chickens are coming home to roost. In a sorry exhibition of himself and hia par- required for his family for his copy of retary of State Finley, printed a cock special bargains for this week. If yon don't be! ievc we can his campaign speeches hint fall, Gov. ty and bull story that the two were mniesn after ho was in this district no little injury, without tho Intkiiiok JnunvAL and do sell at prices at which yon cm save money, just IUh that baries from Gov. Bradley to engineer n Bradley, laid all the any consequent advantage to anybody through with it. body politic and the fields and compare the quotations in this ad. with any others you deal by which the governor was to retire the save the prospective republican nominee climate are heir to to the democratic for iMiMASO TitADi: may chance to ce. All wo ask now is that you come scq from the candidacy for president cm conCongress, whose cause he aided to the dition that Gov. McKinley would give administration, State and National, and best of his ability by stirring up strife B. F. Potliaold a horie mule Capt and save. him a place in his cabinet. The story promised that if the republicans were and animosities within the democratic for 105. given h chance everything animate and Gilt edge cotton, yaidwidc, 5c. Mnsonvillc cotton 7c. was eo iltmsy that even the uninitiated One red yearling bull for sale. E P ranks. Shelby ville Sentinel were not fooled thereby, but as it has inanimate woul.l prosper. There has The dailies publish this dispatch Woods. Hope cotton 6ljC. Lonsdale cambric S'jC Ladies' occasioned considerable comment, it may been no improvement bo far and now the from Frankfort: Gov. Bradley has Fidol paced 25 heats In 2:10 or better sleeveless vests 5c, worth 10c. Outing cloth skirt patbe worth explaining, though the thing ia Robertson county farmers are giving him on five of the air trustees for the last year. h ail Columbia because he does not terns 25c, worth 50c. Infants' lace caps 10c, 15c, 25c so preposterous in all its aspects that it is German millet seed for paIm at B. K schools of reform as follows: W P. v keep the cut worms from ruining their hardly worth the space it will take to and 50c, worth double the money. Ladies' seamless fast Stanford; B. T. Conway, Lebanon; Wearen's. make it. The only true statement in the crops. Fine Pole Angus bull for Bale. W II Mrs. Nellie A. Cheatham and Mrs. Louifo black hose 15c, worth 25c. lCxtra heavy sox 5c pair. story is that Mr. Finley and Mr. Walton big free silver meetings advertised E. Yandall, Louisville; Mrs Sophia A. Dudderar. Two Ladies and Misses' blnck hose. Ladies' parasols 50c. were in Cincinnati at 'the same time and for Saturday afternoon and night proved Chiles, of Lexington. Under the law Pence A Bibb bought of W. B. Hill Lace curtains 50c pair. Ladies' black and tan slippers made so 27 ewes and 30 lambs for S5 the latter accepted an invitation from fizzling failures. At Louisville, where these appointments must l Sc. Good Percale shirt waist .Sc. A good blue cotton-adB. G. Fox, of Boyle, is going largely will not be a majority of any the former to make a friendly call on the Mr. Hardin and Bryan that there man who is supposed to barbecue a dem were billdd to speak, less religious or political body on the board. into the breeding of thoroughbreds. ioc. A good Huckeyc hat Sc. than GO per Ben Bryan sold to L. L. Dawson 13 ocrat and eat him for breakfiut every sons were present and The governor will also appoiut the folthe populist capmorning. It was more a case of curiosi tured them. Neither speaker was on hand lowing as commissioners to the Tennes- shoats, 00 pounds nverage, at 3Jc PCJ ty with us than anything else and to con- for some reason. At Nicholasville here see Centennial Exposition: F. W. Spears W. H. Dudderar bought of Frank vince ourselves that we wero not afraid a silver club was to be organized to show and John O. Herndon, Louisville; Dr. A. Cordier 75 barrela of corn at J1.50. to run the risk of furnishing the bold, bad what wonderful thiugs had resulted from G. Lovell, Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Mary C. G. S. Jones, of Pulaski, sold to Silas man his next meal from our carcass. In- Mr. Hardin's speech just IS people show Cantrill, Georgetown and Mrs. Jose- Anderson a yoke of oxen for 105 50 -- J. H. Dalton sold to stead of being eaten alive, the Senator ed up. These straws indicate that there phine K. Henry, Versailles. In regard Jaime McCary received us moatgracionly and by his is notauch an uprising for free silver as to the first appointment, we have hod 50 hogs for June 1st delivery at 3 tiO. no further or other information, and I will ntand two good jacks at ?7 to charming manner convinced ua of the is claimed. At 25c to 75c. Kxtra good cotton working pants 75c. think it must be a mistake real existence in political life at least of a insure living colts. M. S. Baughman Fine Chamois 15c per yard. A good line of Lawns and Dr. Jekyl-M- r. A Winchester firm has bnuiclit to Hyde character, for he is In laBt iestie we gave a liberal svnopsis A DIUTIOXALlJtCAL. as mild a mannered man Challies date 20 0OO pounds of wool Ht 1.5c for the ver met of Mr. Carlible's great speech to the ChiV it have adopted the spot cash sysbtht. and as handsome ps he is distinguished cago workmen, but, in response to re Danks Ben Jolinran Itoimlit in Casey and in personal appearance. If politics was quests for the full text, we give it in the tem to every one. No favorites. Adrtira bunch of heifere and ateerfc at 21 tho Jeweler mentioned we did not remember it and extra pages sent with this issue and comto 3c. even the PoBt ecribo might uve listened mend its perusal to every man, who Declaked Insane. Will Spratt, who W. U. Murphy Hold in Cincinnati a to the conversation and ben neither edi WHnts to be thoroughly posted on the declares that he is "the Son of Got!, was car load A good pair of men's heavy shoes . cents. I of hogs, most of his own raising, i .jSc per suit fled nor interested. We admit to a great great economic questions of the day. nr the second time declared insane yes at 3. 10 to 3Jc. terday and ordered to the asylum, It fondness for Gov. Bradley personally, but B. K. Wearen is headquarters for John D Whitk, who Iihs been a thorn took four men to place him in jail. even if this feeling were reciprocal, ho cultivators, corn planters, harrows, Ac. would hardly select us to aeeist in engi- in the republican flesh for yeart, an A uovsk and lot at ISeedmoro tlint cot Lowest prices. neering so delicate a deal, which had for nounces his candicacy for Congress in the Tol Crow's farm of 203 acres iu years ago was sold A. URHANSKY & CO., I'roprictois, its alleged purpose eo unreasonable a llth district as an independent republi- T. C. Ball 31 several sold last week to B. F Arnett at nominee, as at auction veaterday by J. P. Chandler point. Gov. Bradley wants no cabinet can. With Coleon, the T. D. RANEY, Manager. $50. It belonged J35 55 Rii acre. position we aro sure and if he did he ssemB certain, the Jay ha wker wont stand to Watt Dudderar for The trotting utock belonging to W. R to Mr. Lamb. Hranch Stores: would not tell us about it. But we will as much chance as an icicle in hades. Conn & Son, of Iouisville, brought from let our good friend, Laurie Blnkely, of the In the county court yesterday, Judge ?35 to f235 per head. An Indiana woman has seen the Ken Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnceburg Cjvington Commonwealth, give his N. P. Vanineter bought at Paris 21 tucky woman's lap full of five babies and Davison refused to grant license to Judge Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, which are emiueutly correct' gone htr one better. Mrs. Fitz Hensnit, T. L. Shelton to sell liquors at Rowland, cattle, weight about 1,075, barring compliments: The story ahows of Fowler, is said to have given Flizabcthtown, Frankfort. although the citv couuril had said he at 3j cts. Winchester Sun. Ky., birth to how very much the Cincinnati paper, four boys and two girls at one should havo it. Wo hear that in refus-im- :, and Mauckport, Ind. f. J. Culton bought yesterday seven time. even though it sticks a Kentucky headthe judge romarkod that there was pteers at 2jc and a cow (or $17.25. J. C. line on its first page, knows of Kentucky too lynch opposition to the license for Hhvh bought 10 steers at 2jc. POLITIC A L POIXTS. affairs. That Charles Finley is close to him to grant it. HUY THE OLD RKLIAHLK, M. F. Dwyer has offered J7.500 lor George W. Bam says ho would not . Goy. Bradley politically and personally Ben Eder, the colt that gave Ben Brush Thk weather continues at Summer heat is undoubted, and it is known that W. P. accept the prohibition nomination for and the ground is getting too dry to so close a finish for the Kentucky Derby. president. Walton is an admirerand personal friend O. L. Crow and King Huston have At Trenton, N. J , a jealous liver sprout seeds. Grass is no account and of William O'Connell B. It may be the is cut short. The far- opened a training and bnaking stable at two gentlemen called on Ohio's Fire shot and killed his sweetheart and then other vegetation McKinney ami have a stable full of hors Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team nnd Plow your Ground mers yesterday were decidedly blue over es. Alarm, but it is ridiculous to assert that committed suicide. Right. Sound money democrats of Fayette the prospect. Tho signal service promEd Bither first drove a trotter in 2:10. Walton, the Chevalier of the democratic are being organized by a committee ises no relief for it telegraphs: Tuesday It was Ja) press, the Sir Hubert of Kentucky and the memorable probably fair, continued warm. event occurred at Providence in August and the editor whose only guile headed by Judge Milton J. Durham. President Cleveland has issued an is gold bugism in his democracy, was in Thk will of Hon. W. H. Miller was of 1SS4. Cincinnati as a political agent of Gov. order extending the civil service rules to probated yesterday and Mrs. Miller qualsales ol two car loads ol extra nice Bradley for the purpose of making a po- the Interstate commerce commission. hogs at 3c and a lot of catIt bequeaths ell lis ified as executrix. It will scour where others will not. Try one nnd if it don't suit you, The misguided Tennessee democrats litical deal with Foraker or with anybody description after hfa tle at 3 are reported in too Richmond proporty of every don't keep it. 'else. And even the personal admiration adopted a free silver resolution by a vote debts are paid "to his beloved wife" to Register. Thirteen cents is the highest price of Walton for Bradley has been dimmed of 018 to 20, but did not instruct for presi- dispose of as sho may deem proper, but we have noticed for wool. A Harrods-burbecause of some of Bradley's breaks, dent. she fail to leave a will then it Col. E G. Mottley, of Warren, has should man Iibb bought 5,000 pounds at though his personal liking for Billy may shall go to his heirs at law. It is dated that price. be strong as ever with a Blight tinge of been agreed upon by the enemies of Dr. July 1. 1SS0. Oracle, the colt J. B. Gentry sold pity mixed in. It dangerous, even folly, Hunter to lead the fight for Congress in Judgk R. J. Bhkckinhiikik delivered several months ago, came sixth iu his the Third. to monkey with a buzz saw and Walton Gov. Bradley denies the published his free silver fallacies here yesterday to race at Louisville the other day. There will take it as akin to insult to doubt his report that he has appointed or intends a large crowd Bnd did it so earnestly and were eight starters. democracy and assign him the place of was calIt is likely that Robert J and Bright political agent of Bradley with power to to appoint Dr. A. D. James to the office with such a silver tongue that it culated to fool the elect, much leBs those Regent will be hooked together this year of mine inspector, trade with Foraker. Sold from Sample. The Nashville American after an who have not investigated the question and sent after the team record for pacers. Tub positive and only instructions of existence of 70 years has been placed in Read Carlisle's speech in this issue and They ought to get it. Capt. B. F. Powell is making a No. the Indiana republicans for McKinley the hands of a receiver. Its free silver compare its sound reasoning with the judge's Bophistry. Wh6n the latter had season with his splendid combined competitor got away with it. for president, removes the last hope of English Hunter. Hia jack, Sam Ex Congressman W. J. Bryan, of concluded, Hon. R C. Warren, though the opposition, who had clung to the beSmall, ia also doing a good business. lief that Harrison was not in earnest Nebraska, has addressed an open letter he had made no preparation, put in a R D Bruce is still with tho Uhamp about refusing another nomination and to Secretary Carlisle, challenging him to word for sound money and upset many ion Machine Co., and wants his friends Cut to match without waste. If necessary can get carpet fit of the theories advanced by the Judge, that the State would instruct for him. a debate on the money question. to see his machines beforo they buy. floor in .8 hours. Moqucttc and Smyrna Rugs always in stock. The Second district freo silver lead- to the gieit gratification of those who The sentiment for theOiioau was overDon't forget him. J. L. Totten is agent whelming, every man seeming to realize ers have issueu their address. It bitter- believe in keeping every dollar as good at Stanford. that the time had come to climb up on ly attacks Mr. Carlisle, repeating the old nsthebept, and he was the recipient of A small crowd attended court yesgreat applause. the McKinley band waion or forever bo lie that he voted against a democratic terday and business was generally dull. Next door to Penny's Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. "Stoi- my paper," Baid arantankerous G. A. Silersold 15 left out in the division of the pie. The nominee. cattle By a vote of 51 to 0 tho Senate adopt- free ailverito to our business manager at resolutions declare for protection and at 3 to 3.12c A few butcher cittlo ed Senator Peffer'a resolution for an in- Hustonville Saturday afternoon. "I don't favor the use of silver as currency, but to brought 2 to 2Ac. Horses were dull at Imthe extentonly and under such regula- vestigation by the finance committee in- like the Intxhiok Jouknais policy and f 20 to i 10. tions that its parity with gold can be to all sales of bonds by the secretary of don't want it any longer." The paper The Marrodsburg Democrat reports maintained; and, in consequence, op- the treasury. was discontinued, of course, and as a sales of 100 barrels of corn at $1.25, sey Don M. Dickerson denounces Sena- consequence the publication of the I. J. eral car loads ol bogs at cts tliat were pose the free, unlimited and indetor Vest's charges of corruption in the will ceaBe until next issue. The above Bold in Cincinati at 3 40 to 3.00, a num In the line oJ Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, WindoivJShades, Glass, pendent coinage of silver at a ratio of 10 her of mule colts at $10 to $45 and a lot of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and to 1. The convention nominated J. A. late democratic State convention in is not given as an item of news, but light cattle at 3jr Mount for governor and a full State tick- Michigan by office holders as "a pure merely to show how illiberal some of the Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANvii.Liand see and unadulterated slander and libel." et. eapousers of the free Hilver craze are. In NKW AIIVKHTIHKMKNTN In New Jersey the democratic State this connection it might bo well to add In a recent alleged confession, which convention adopted a a cordial invitation is extended to the daily papers worked for a Sunday form and selected an sound money plat- that who don't like tho way this paper JT. uninstruced dele- others sensation, H. H. Holmes said he had gation to St. Louis. is run to pay up and quit. The Intkm-o- n A strong Clevemurdered 27 persons, principally to satis& Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andjexamine; one Jouknai. can lose 400 or 500 subscribfor putting people to death. land sentiment existed among the delefy a mania gates. ers and Btill have the largest circulation of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Ccntralj.Kcn-tucky- . The desire to be known aa.the most conKentucky. Ky. The St. Louis which pf any paper in Central r t i summate fiend of the l'Jtta century or is republican, figures Sole proprietor Dran't Mack Dutnoml Koof that of the 010 Sent to thk Asylum After a tri 1 l'iint. Kktimalei furnished for painting wool, any other century seems to have fled delegates in the National demociatic con- lasting from Tuesday till Saturday, Mies Metal and lion Koo'i. SatUtJCtun uarantted. from the bloody butcher as be stood npon with Uean'a HUck vention 400 will be instructad for sound Sarah Cecil was declared by a jury at All roots painted for years Dealtrs in Diamond best Cisfaint guaranteed the scaffold at Philadelphia Thursday money and 338 for free silver, leaving 82 Danville to bo of unsound mind and tern Pumps and Galvanized Iron Kilter, at tl presence of death and ks he and in the in thedoubtful list. Special Judge R. C. Warren ordered her said, "when there coul I be no misunThe Bound money democrats- have to the Lexington asylum, to which place derstanding," he delcared he was not announced their Stato commutes for the she was taken that afternoon. In speak guilty of the murder for which he was coming campaign - BY and active steps will bo ing of the case Mr. Warren Baid that on any other, save about to be executed, nor taken at once looking toward the thor- mostBubjects sheiBas rational as any the accidental killing of two women, ough organization of the sound money woman ho knows, but with reference to upon he procured abortions. He was forces in every congressional district and the Jesuits, Mary Anderson, the cool and collected, but death Beemed par- precinct in ...Will sell goods for the. the State. Senator W. W. and certain other persons and ticularly Bavage with him for it was fully Stephenson is on the Congressional comthings, her mind is bo badly diseased a half hour before life left his body and mittee from this district and J. Stone that it was a necessary precaution to re: : awful to contemhis wrlthlng8 were Walker on the campaign committee. strain her. as in such cases the person is plate. With 400 votes necessary to nomi- liable to become violent at any time. And Funeral Director. B. Thompson announced hia can- nate, Gov. McKinley heads the list of J. Much ol the trial was of a natarte unfit Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Butrfrv Rohr? candidates with 500 instructed to hear or publish and M- -. Warren act didacy for Congrefa at Harrodaburg yes' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. terday, bo Mr. John Sam Owsley, Jr., vuico, ui i vuiuo mure man me com ed wisely in ordering the inquiry to be . Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. bined vote of those against him. The - private who was there, telegraphed aa. Mi WfcEBLY INTERIOR JOMLL -- l. Bargain : Day SIX PAGES. ct CE ( Eh J h, cza units de-cid- . al-to- n, c o A Niee Line .4c. Straw Hats GO .ffl neu 1 o ,25 Men's Summer Underwear LOUISVILLE STORE. r 3 i . ne S3 con-clusio- two-year-ol- d The Vulcan Chilled Plow. newe-paperdo- m -- Eye-See We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. 1,000-poun- d g W. H. WEAREN & CO. m m CARPETS I 1 Mnl-tio- n, Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettesjand Velvets. cuttoj, H. J. McROBERTS. - j The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Tin T. JOITES, Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, A. E. GIBBONS, Globe-Democra- "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.', - At Cost. UNDERTAKING TO REDUCE STOCK ss, , C, Xa'CXAR'T. Next 60 Days At Cost For Casli. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer J. K. VanArsdale, 3 and tho premium on tho gold dollar would of st Its actual Intrinsic valuo without retard to fluctuate to tho samo cxtnit, thtw tlie Hctlllnus vnlun which tho ncti of con grow iui opportunity to bullion broken nnd ttribut.sl to tho loual tondor paper. to buy nnd noil nt n prollt. It I will endeavor to show yoa bore after what simulators would ovii'io to lsi used an money, lmm no effect ti's enrrpney hd up-i- thu man would p.y hU dobt In gold dollars or In wi;ei of lalior and u;on thu prion of May 12, 18l)G Speech of In koM dollurn, worth 1U) Stanford, Kv p.ilrr which tho laNirera wore corapelliM to Carlisle whui tho l.ivr pormlttl him to p;iy It ptirchiMo with their wacea, my purpooi ut tho In ullvi'r dolliirs. worth only .11 or W n nt. prewnt moment xlmply to prove, by our Chicago. Tho ruiMpii withdrawal of JftW.WO.lWJ from tho own exinrit nee, that It Is Imposjlblo to rutaln W. P. WALTON. minimi of enrrrncy In tho country would en tn clrcti) .'ion nt tho huuiu tlinu lucal tender tlouhtxlly jiriMluco n flnnnuinl mid linlnntriM Itolil and llver coins of tho Katno iknomlna-tlodlsturU.iieo fur morn dlwutruuM to tlm tntr-t- t nt any ratio width ilotsi not correnjiond Work-higmon of l.ilKir thnn hnst ever lwn uxtxTli-npcwith tlm actual comiuer ial values of tho two Tl.O Ho AiMrcsscs ;i Mass Mooting of SlIOHTEfiT ItOUTK TO I.OUISVILLK. In our hltttory, mid no tnnii slio litis n Hirti"!e mi tali In the markets of tho world, and that, on tlio Currency Question. dlolBticH from LuxitiKton to Loulnvillo of Hvinjtliy fiT working iiipii mid wiiiticn uud then fnre, the freo anil unlimited coinnu of ttn ir ti. pi inlint fuiiilIloH iwn ointi'iiipliiti' thu lepd tender ilM r by tlm United States alono fltiurlncil tty tlm has been Upwibility of Much a oaliimlty without at tho ratio of 10 to 1, when tho true conimerjiut comph'ted. J. A tlmt It It his duty, whether ho oci'iiplon it pub cial ratio Is about 81 to 1, would instantly conMalic It Clear That. Cheap Money Always He r n prlv.ito Ktatlon, to uuiploy cviry hon tract thu currency Ly tho oiipulaloti of all tho 0. train leaving Lexington m 8.15 a.m. ornble ineiui'4 nt hU couiuimid to avert It. Bold now In tlm country. V bihI AIwiijs Wilt Un tlm WL' al and 0:05 f. M , daily, reach While tho hiiddui oxpuUiou or fUU,Ul).(iUJ in If the ovi of rllver to tho amount ICaruer's Kiiiiiny I'rc Coinage Menus Bold frmn our rtwk of money would lUelf bo ot a little rwiluatlun 11 00 a. m. and 8:50 p. M., U Iiouih Hlld oir 1 per cent In thecolmKer law of. 'Vi mi lib li nt to crento a llniiiiolal ilUturbanco Kold nnd i NtablUhr d hIIvi NIMrr Mnuonif latlNm Hint ltnluced Pur15 oilnutwt. Tlm C. A 0 now Iihh the uny other luled unit if tho chasing 1'iimit nf Wfljf Nilrli Him Ileen country theIn tho hUtory of this or Krently tlm extent of loos thanovervaluation of gold to 1 per Hllu itlon Mould li very shortest line between Lfxh'Kton and ci nt In tho nets of Ih34 aud lKff xpelhil ,vur from circulation by the fuct that tho puruliiiHius the Kipei lenro With Depreciated Siller ni;i.'i.-iiit'- l Louiavllle, ia tho only line with double nnd rstahliiihisl our powi r monometallUm, U not the In "lillc, Japan hmiI Meilru Hint With would of ail the reuiiilnd) r ofiilxiut currency conclusion trrerUtiblu be Muddenly reiluced dally, limited veatibuled train iervlcn that tho free mid unOur Depreciated Currency Would Hob we flxnild huve only nlxjiit much limited ciiIiiiiko of linat tender hllvirut tho Frankfort and Bhelbyvillu are the only rill. ..) OH V.U 1.IIVM HOW, UlUllit UlDMUlHI tlllllj precent time, at un overvaluation of nearly Worklngim-f Dollars Deof Million puintn nt which thfue trnlna Hto). It would lip mi deprerlatil In v.iluo that It 10U yn r cent, would at once pluco tho country posited In Sal III); litnlm unci Hiillillng would riiiiir lib .tit tw ice ns much w have UJioii a uionoumtalllc silver basis? This quesA buHlnctiri of country, tion dots not Mwtn to tno to be otivii to serious No. 2 Hint I , Associations uud Intestrd In ii'-- to tnm.ct tho bo uny the bimllitaH to arutiitnt, aud when it Is proocd that tho provided tht.ru nhould Insurance 1'nllcles. United htntes shall, tn dtflauce of our own extruniuct. perience durlni; a porltxl of 03 )ears and Indo-flanrDouble Stnndnril u Failure. Wo reprint Uloiv In full Becrutnry Carlisle's BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE. of thu exjierlent'- of other nations dur- forcible nml smih tn thu The uttimpt to tunliitaln what U called tho liiK many centuries, Hro. Walton: Please hold the rlo.ir. organisations unanswerable ut llio Audita- - double htHiidard of valuu tlittt Ih, to attcrrpt of legal tender silverauthorize athe fruoItoolnnKo of Chicago, labor at such ratio, is tho to ke p the It'unl tender coIum of the mi t duty of tho cars while I tell what Cooke's Sar rium, on April IS: als Kuld and iilvcr, In umi in money at thu duty of the peoplu und especiallyIttlmtoo late and Mil PrtwuiEMT .Arn OrTi.r.Mr."c I mn hero H.HUU titie. un)u a ratio of valuu fixed by law laboring people to pnuso bt foro is saparilla is. Well, it is not a mys carefully consider wlmthcr they will deter thu evening In response ti u communication ha rep. nit. kliin terious compound of which the riK-- i ivod w viri.1 in nt In n;n from number of liminnti in i I) been mado bycountry nnd par tnlnn to overthrow their existing monetary very civilized In tho placo and labor component parts arc fathered in gentlemen eonnocti--oilywith various to nddnorm world, aul It h.ii failed nk'iiln and naln In system silversubstituto In iu of Asia the depro and Mux monometallism Inviting mo IMtilzattons of thU every olio of tin in, and it requires no Kift of elated some far off, unheard of land; net them nml their fellow wurklngmeii tiiii tlm prophecy to foroneo that It muit rontlnuu to lco nnd tho small states and republics of Cn trnl nnd Kouth America, with their low rates itiul Qnsnolnl questions, which thcrisitsomci.ATK. scientific ms currency nrti still agitating the minds of worn fall ho loni; n Molf intercut coiiNtlttltet a of wat-nml thulr high ratst of exchange. our then affair of men. Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices pro peoplenml nil parts of the country VThen thut Withoutfactor In thu liusincM your patlpnco to Under thu coinage act of 1792 we hnd silver, In covkkv, made by unknown treMiukHHlni: Uhii 1 me. comiiiunloiitluii it was not In my rnvluw thu tmnctnry htntory of other conn-tri- but no gold, and under tho acts of 1S34 and on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors. Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, lessors. power to ilfi iiiito n time u hi u my official In which thU i'XjHrimrut h:w leen mada 1W, with frisi colnugo of both metals, wo bud I carry a me to oomo hero, but 1 mid failed It may b advantageous to refer gold, but no sllvur uxcept tho token subsidiary Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a remc duties would tj tint nintu r limit consilient briefly to our this Hub- - coins nfti r 1U3, while now, with gold as tho dy whose component parts are na- i'i. ii.ih'iI come whenever It might rlw powtbln Ject. nlicn Itown expvrlencu upon adopt a standard anil limited coinage of sllvur, we have full stock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by tlun mul wtui iJetonnlnoU to money tive roots and herbs, growing in to ilo so. hihI I now congratulate myself upon ( jnuui tury system for tho United States and both goldiuid sllvur as full legal tenderour his- selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have my good fortnno In harltiK at liwt found oil tdtabllHh a mint. Alexander Hamilton nnd tn larger amounts than ever buforo In the hills and valleys of Kentucky, opportunity to met thU v;rpt ! ihMik; of Tliomu Jcffernon, two men who diffcrcil tory, and tho coins of the two metals are kept ever been offered here. purchasing power which are gathered at their prop laUirliu; ieuplo mid to iIIm u In their prtx widely upon uluiorft every publio question mid eina! in of thu government, by tho credit and notwithstanding vncoKajt I coiiHlder ou.i of tlm mot linKjr w1mm) naiuei iwi founder and lewlen of their resource cs seasons by responsible hands. taut ix'onouilo ijutloni thut can powibly tho difference In their Intrinsic value. jxirtln will llvo aw lonu nj Ural (Juration Khali We Have Silver literature. U read, nRroil that In After cleansing, sorting and cull- any the attention of jji' tarnirs tn thu or country wlutt ihuuld Monometadllamf ing they are carefully dried for Tlm other Kariipr'n Intrrxat InOooil .Monry. tio Intwei u pold andbo thucoiuaKOur lei;ul ranilver thu trno relatlvo Whrp Wo hnvti now about fOO.OOu.UJu In gold and -TRY OUR- use. Their virtues arc extracted Whiitlier tho KetiPral t)ivinri of tho p)ilu commercial value of tho two .metal In tho H13.UAI.UJ0 lu full lgal tender silver, boMdes trnnM-trtemarLetAof money or hall t7!l.L'lu,o77 In with col by the latest scientific process money,tmwhuther thu wsitfi tfuod labor uliall bod mid that till--the world must flrnt lm aicertalnwt. nni Ii'imI tnd suUldlary silver nut cm, which relative value, when l of excopdliig r In paymcuW by a phar- paid In n wiund anil Ktablo rurrt ney, with full bo ineorporntisl Into the atututo an thu IU. and thu red quvbtioD fur tho known to pharmacy to . Unt-- i (f thu Alpynitm of itilna.-ulmnli.i-lii- K win ro they In will continue to umi tho macist who has spent 8 years in are cxrh.iuKedjwvr the tlm tnnrhntii of life, or in though thiy iTu Mrty leaden, they wuro coinsisofwhttlmr they or adopt a monetary sysfur both metals the work of his chosen profession. n depnvliitid mid tluc tu.it liij,' urri uct, liav-lui- ktateKineu anil patrlot, and wlien they wen tem which ulways has and always will drivo tlnrpf'irn iM.irliiK no colliil (id to contider thU k'reat bullie-- qucw onoof them out of thu country. I alii not here, no tiled value For over a hundred years has it permanent relationan U thu current prlei of tlon alfis'ttni; all the prhato aflalm of their therefore, this evening to advocate thu excluand today it stands comiiKulltle, aro ijueNtlomi xthlt'h iklTivl tho felluw rltizeiw they pi Mi It a thorough and sive unu of gold coin as money, or to opikmo a stood the test uhjii merit- -, withh.ippim- liniwirll.il and safo umi of silver coin as before the public guaranteed to be comfort andpnHTlty of urery humu nnd thu out manl to the effect theirtudec! ilou mlKht oon.ervatlvB with gold und at a parity with of every pomtnuuily jvoorti and money along is morey made. We blood purifier in the mar- - Wlillo all are dii ply llltrri-t.- 'd lu thn Itliv have uiain thi Ir own olltlcal fortuni or gold, but 1 uui here to Insist that we shall not Both Tongue and Tonguelesp. Time the best fortuneit of nieut of abandon tho gl standard of uiin guarantcco to ftw thattlKwiiiU'Mtlonx It li iiufiirtiiiiatxly thu 11m --the iUltoalNot UUturbedtheir folluwera. oxptl all thu gold t fromItthu country uud valuu, ct. It is positively have the all ill tint t KjU.illj affected bv un by Till I)w rutlipr" adopt silver mouotnotulllsm, with free coinage of a rrotiiius declluii Un them Tlm wivJthy cure scrofula in any form. Its man, lunlon. thu mau who worth Intrinsically Tl for a nominal merit is shown by its growing pop or liMirded momy.lnn accumuLitM proMrty nioiueut i;nit men weru never dlsturlMsl could CJ cents. dollar hero to InsUt that theonly M or is iilw.tyn exempt from I um mints of by tho deluxlotl that eo!lTt4 f a Ux by Htatute tlm iwituid or relativu v.ilum of tho United bthten, which weru cuutlructod ularity and in localities where long niHii) 1 tU" i '"t w rious cmiMitii eruhn.i lln.iiietul or iniltMtnal dlaturtmn maintained und operated ut tho exiiilT.-any est uced you find the largest sales. both iiiwiiiit and i redit, and, uluu he may ii (.old midtho aetnnl oraiore than it could a fix by and aro all thu shall not Isj ued for relative valniti of pound pense ut tott'i" ubj-teto much and Sold in Lincoln county by of I'sul mill a (Hjuiid of iron Tiny lenew that tho exclusive bent lit of tho owners of silver neither he nor bio family Mill bo ptuelxxl by irol'l nml Hllver, liUu all othtr cxchanu'eablo bullion under u law giving them thu right to hunger or compelled to k'o williout rauniitit ur thliik'. uro tsmnitlltiL'ii aud that their valuo havo SI or W cents worth of their silver coined W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. (4itltir freu of ch trgn and stamted as u dollar and " will be tlxed in tho markets of thu world. Penny's Drug Store, And sell it on a Guarantee. It la tho poor man and tho nun of moleratu They know Uiat It w:v entirely competent, in compelling yoa and all others to receive It thu man who ban nut ben forttui.Un fart C. Wolford, Hustonvfflc. niiviiM W. for conrivS to dis:laro tho ru- from them as u dollar. eiu.uuli to aouuiiiulato prnMrty or money, but tlo ii)ii which tlm two mi lain hhuuld bo coined All tho mints of thu United States, operated F. H. Twidwcll, f wIki ih jieltds upnii hUwiKT'or upun thu at thu mint, if thiy were to bo coined nt all, to their full capacity and doing no other work, Hammond, Hubble. htiuwti l.ibor for tho moan. if J. A. but they know equally will that if tho ratio ho could not coin into standard silver dollars hluiMilf anil hU family that always declared did not curruapond nubntautlally with of thu annual production of silver in Bros., McKinncy. Tanner feols the first anil innvit disastrous plfuet of n thu ratio which tho commercial worltl had ou our own country, but, notwithstanding this, it bustnms or Industrial depression, uo matter tublulnsl, thu coins of the two metals amid 's seriously prupowd to offer frtsj coinage to J. F. Alstott, Powers. uuo- smcr m xno woria ul u legal valuation iroin u M, ant, g, ,,pt nt thu Hcazlcy & Son. Crab Orchard. nnewierit renuiwi or from uvpruuiuust uiu Such ( ut conMueutly, us 1muney nlrcjMty anno time, ! nI tuntlng curn-iipothi r cu-s4- . havo aiid, they uJm,,,t double its commercial value In tbo and a man Isi n thing to dU;sw. of but his lulur iletormllied to ax rtaln tho commorc al ratio u ",'H rounines wneru n is Jamks T. Cooki:, nnd nothing with which to stipjiorl ldmif or und to adopt It. They reached tho conclusion prodnost. Thu annual production of silver iu Harrodsburg, Ky. his family but hn w. s or tho pr ctsl of Ui.il thu true commeruial ratio ut that timo tho world Is about l21o,UM,000 ut our coinage Ship them to us. Wcnrp In n position to make it decidedly to your interest to do so. We mid any policy that ovoli trtii hU own was IS to 1 tha ia th4 la ouncsM of sllvsr rate, nnd the annual capacity of our mints to handle every thlm; raised on n farm on commission; so if you have any tiling to sell, avail purarll) u mis or obstructs thu Industrial were iiual lu valmt to 1 ouncu of gold and coin standard silver dollurs is only about yourself of our services. We do on immense business and have more bujers than other Last year wu coined tsV3.UO.a7S In gold prugrmM of thu country by dlaiulslung thu ueconllucly thu ut-- t of 170J, w htch was our first houses. Correspondence Invited. Trice currents mailed free on application. ilnmand for thu pnsluets of l.dir, ur by iui coln.igu law, authorized thu coiuagu of tho two and SQ.CtU.tH) In silver, mi that if our mints 1ERND0N-CARTECO. (incorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchant!., wuro devotssl exclusively to tho free coinnge (airing tho capacity or disposition of capital jn,.ini t tuat ratio. to employ l.ilsir, tnuxt bo injurious to his lu of standard sllvtr dollars tho addition to our 313-31- 0 LOUJEVILLE, KY. At thu ratio thas established tho stiver dolMurrell Court and 110 Third Street, tensts and inlllf t nmro or liss atiffering uHin lar contained U7l,V4 grains of fine silver and stock of metallic money would tie about 115.- ull who an dewndent upon him. Iwibor can- tho gold contained 'li1 grains of lino gold, but (jOO.OUO litis every year than it Is now, and It not Is- - hiKirdisl. tlie Idle da) is gonu foiever. it w.Moonill--ovort- ! that a mistake h.id been would not be good money after it was coined. lost wagis aro never relmburMsl, aud there-for- made aud that al4 gruliis of line silver Were Mora than 15 years would elapse before we .THE. stuidy employuient and good viy In guxl not In f.H-- t ttU.l in valuu to 21?. grains of lino could nt this rate coin enough depreciated silmoney are to tho comfort and lutpjit gold, and tbi oimststuencu was that, although ver dollars to supply the placo of the good iuhxs of tho Amerii.in laimrtr and his wife and tho valuu of a silver gold dollars expelled from the country, and in tho dlilennco children, and ho will tm unfaithful to hliUNulf dollar and thu viduo of a gold dollar was only the meantime a complete revolution would and to them If ho does not insist upon thu , nb,,nt uno .nt umi of a wnt. sllvor have to bo effected In our commercial relaailupttun mid malntena.ici of such a policy i tions with other nations and In ull our domesKoW ont of Uliu UI,a out of the country, certainly ifiwrro thu value mid sta- will fn,m thut Umu wo Iiad silver monometal tic business nffulrs, Including a readjustment btllty of nil our currency and promotu tho , untll afl,r Uio juktatgu of tho acts of 1831 of thu wages of lalior, tho price of commodities, regular aud profitable conduct of all our in- - -- ,i ik.? tho rates of municipal, state und federal taxaIs Receiving his dustrlal enterpriMS tlu cannot proixr win n 'n10 f,P that tho stiver was put Into tho tion, charges for transurtatlou und every tho country Ih In distress, when its lmlu-itruform of a coin und mado legal tender tho samu other matter Involving tho use of money or aru prostrated, tt ouitimercu juralj isl. It j M gold, and that both duliars weru declared ! credit. We should descend by n single step cnsllt broken down or its social order to bo worth 11U cents tach, did not increase from the blithest standard of value to silver nor can he prosper when the fluctua- tho value of the uTIVt grains of silver to any I monometallUm, with a contracted und ut the Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. tions of tlie eurruiiey are such tlmt ho caunot extent whatever. Tho Jicoplo could not tsi de- same tlmo deprtclnted currency, a financial which has no precedent in the certainly know the valuu of tho dollar In cwlvisl by mere words printed In a statute; which his wages are paid or intimate In m1- they Msiti learned that thu metal contained ' monetary intprot of tho world. TH BLUK GRASS HERD F llfu. rortunately when changes havo heretofore of the llisHs.iries of t.lliee the tu the sllvtr dollar win nut tsjual iu valuu or shall nut have a long to the metal contained In thu gold dollar, been mado iu thu circulation by tho substitu Thoroughbrtd T2TG" Whetlier we C C2 Hrlisl of ni4.u.iiul. oiiiiiiu rclul mid IndastrisI und the p.ild sliver to their creditors and tion of the coins of one metal for thu coins of in thUcuHUtr), and whither r hokitdisl the gold or sent It out of the couu ' tho other, the difference in their valuu ha dllurlMnM My Ilrceden wfre selected from trip best herds Khali tsi deprtvl of Mrmaiii nt employ- - try. livi n our new aud full weight silver been very small and thu process of substituof mc icveral different Hunt or bo partially rmplowsl and In.wte-- coin would not circulate or remain in tho tion has invli gradual and created 110 gn at of this famous breed let ol pigsin cf dihereut ages A tpltndid diris-tlis , financial disturbance. Under the act of 1710 States ijuately utlil, are and luves count by various acts, heunu.se oongn-fcsfor sale, llrcd sows a spe.ialtv. Sntislactloa Miitly liilrisl In the deuiand now m rioiiNly made eert.ilii foreign oulm li gal tender in the the different 111 value betwiun thu coins und guaranteed, ('orrcipondcr.ee s licited Addicts AitPKCIAL OHKII -- U order tu gel into iikkIi- b) many of our ft IIom i ,ti lu that tlm payment of debta, and s thiy were gem rally the legal ratio was only a littlo over 1 per 5?. s. wit limit the co oper.tionof any so worn by abrasion its to be of less weight cent, and yet, within less than onu year after mote heuiei, new iuLiiIImjii whu etl ."( ( 'tn. flitted Crab Orchard, Ky. other g .vernitmiit iii thu world, ami tu oppo- than tlm new domcwtlu oulns they drove our the enactment of that statute, congress was " bcfoie June jo will rfci-lvthe Weekly Corn cCTZ i5izT'J'i'r y to sition to tsery Gtette fioin dte of lubKiiptlon to July it, otlur gnsittlm ot4.bl!snml polnrcialof uatiiii, dollars and half dollars, and to a largo extent comtielledcertain foreignour stock of money by coins legal tender in clvilUisl and com un our iiu.uters uud dimes also, out of use as making the payment of debts, and on the samu day of shall iiutlm'ir.e the fr.e and linlliuilist ooin.igo CiKJv;-exported Publlihcd every 1 ut4jr morning m time to of full legal t. noer ilvi r at the rat.i of ID to I, muney. uur own coins were making and used the pas ige of tho uct of ISM, which put tho FULL LINE OF Wfv 'Hiiiit purchases ut their bullion valuo lu ruch rcailrri at a olataucc ul jou unlet on day ul totuithst.-culiiigold basis by undervaluing silth true nun Let ratio lxv and payiug debts abroad, and Mr. Jefferson country on a publication. 1 per cent, congress passed another 31 to 1, or, in twis'ii the two un tals is iilmut htlux'lf, who had tin 11 become president of thu ver about It it the oltlrtt family ncwipapcr in tho Wait other words, that thu United States alono shall 1,'nltiil btatus Is.iUih1 au order 011 thu llrst day statute making the gold cuius of Urciit llrltalu, It hat tight patfa uf eiK'it tolumaii isith, 111 ounces 01 mas filled wini Um nutl nup iti.int ncoftho urvinro iiy ia silver aro j Ji,iy, Wl. stopping tho coinage of silver Portugal. ISraill, France, Mexico uud Colomworld am) juit wl at tlio fanily fimU'e n.Okt eiuui in aiui, it, 1 ouiiuv 01 gum, w11t.11 iv is dollars at our mluta No more silver dollars bia legal tender by weight lu the payment of 1111 Addict against liuiispuiatiiu ruct everywnero recoguUeU weru coined until 11, UUyiars afterward, and debts, thus providing us far as that lu all the markets of tho world, in silver then only l.UOof tlicm were Issued from thu a contraction of tho currency 011 account of COMMERCIAL OAB1 1U CO., tho expuUlon of silver from tho circulation. standard countries ils well us In gold stnudurd mints. Cincinnati, O. During the war, when gold was leaving tho count rluH, 1(1 ounees of silver aru worth only of (lol.l .Standard Iu 1831. country, legal tender treasury notes were about one half as much as ounce of gold Gold having left the country, congress, in rapidly Issued, under authority of congress, to f a.s much mid will purcha.-- only about Also a Splenc i Lot 1KU, during tho iMlmlnistr.ition of Andrew, taku its tilace. and instead of a contraction of Just Recieved. of the licceHttnriori of life. Jackson, dotennlnetl to restore it to tho clrcu- iho currency wo hud an expansion. After tho of JJuckboard. Wlutt I'risi Coliisgu ICcally Means. imd, in DAII.V AND SUNDAY The unkisl proposition is that the Unlt.sl l.itlonli gal ratioorder to accomplish that result, war, when it was determined to change tho was changed from 15 to 1 to character of our currency again by the retoo shall eolu, at the publio expense, for thu the Sta 10 tu 1 that Is, tho law so amended u sumption of speclu payments, thu law was en- Full and Complete Stock of FarmingImplements consisting of Cultiof thu Individuals and cor- - j about exclusive (iTOIEKCIII, to provide that tho gold eagle, or 1 10 piece, Ioriitlons owning tho bullion, idl thu sllvor ' khnuld contain 'Hi grains of pure gold, which acted four years in advance of tho time wheu vators. Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Ftc. See Our Line of Harrows It was to tako i fleet iu order thut umplo opnt thu mints into dol- that may lx pres-uts- l i grains, but by portunity might bo afforded toiulju-- tho busilars containing 971' grains of pure silver, or . mado tho dollar consist of Farm Wagons by the Car-Loa- d at Prices to Suit tliu act of Is-- 7 It was changed to !..' grains ness of tho people to thu ultered conditions. before you buy. 41'.'l In grains of standard silver, worth Intrin- which now couititutivt the dollar and unit of Now, however, all tho conservative and prut sically about !l ur 6- - cents, deliver thu coins the Times. Call and See us. mis was a siigm overvaluation 01 goni to thu duiosltors of tho bullion and compot all vaiur. coinage, because Zi.Zi grains of tluogold dential considerations that havo usually conIn thu Woooljt, Vollttco, thu other people In the country to receive were nut iii fact worth us much tn thu mar trolled In thu settlement of gnat financial utterly disregarded, and OjMtovtut Ittattcv iiiesu coins ut a valuation 01 iuu ciuis estii 111 kets as U71 , grains of Uuo silver. Although tho questions sciiii to bu by IHIoccllaini, an organized und agtho luyment of debts duo them for proirty difference iu valuu wus very small, It proved wo uru confronted gressive movement to destroy by it single blow flllttotvitllono, Jttavltct ilctiovto. hold, for labor mid iwrvlcs of nil kinds, for -f ultlcioitt to cliuugu tho whole ch.irauter of our the measures of valuu upon which all existing peiislous to soldiers uud sailors and their widmetallic currency, nnd under thu ratio gold contracts aro based aud thus subvert tho very It Leads Them All. ows and childrun, fur Ion. we sustulmsl under ! ""'I h"vu" oschaugo.1 places. Silver went out foundations of our monetary system, without . by li.'s and iwllclcs ullowing a single day to prepare for the change. For tale at all news tlanili and do'ivcicd by car- eoniiiiiiilfis. for ft. ixwits In F.ivfiiis--s ' ., .. ," . J"tK. trust . thftt tlmo uutil ltu.p tho ,MlrtA,B0 of tho ct of ! ..,' V ",,;,,' .... Iu the general confusion und disorder rier at ao ctntt per week 7 dayt. "it. from such a radical mensurowli.it will . Hy mall, including Sunday J 85 per month bo thu condition of thu American labor it? Will .. Ily mall, omitting Sunday 73 per month ho bu benefited or injured by reducing thu Saturday, daily 175 per year decislents, (staten and other trustees, for sl.- - I .,.,.,, ,..,. w, a eo ptrytur. tnluu of thu money in which his wavus aro bunday nco', :l vi- s"!ta7. rlta"r?1u cfflcUlt ' paid and at thesamn tlmo increasing tho prices COMMKRCIAL GAKTIE CO., mid tlm ' ... by tlm ...,'. Wu li.nl ...11 aud but seamen, and, ,,... tf the commodities tor which his wugod uro Cincinnati, O. short, for ovary kind of obll- - lied ,.7..,., ., ,, .,. xpuudcdr " V. ": gution recognized by tho laws of tiiu land, ex- - I T reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of supcrhly appointed" lieforo wo h.ul another practical illustration of KfToet on the Wageworkers. cept only In cost a wheru thu prudent capIUtlUt thu nattir.il law that thu inferior or loss valuBEST IN QUALITY. hus tauen tlio precaution tn mlranco to con10ST IN QUANTITY. After struggling for more than u quarter of through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chattatendor currency will expel tho sutract for payment of dubts duo hiiu lu gold or able leg tl more valuable legal tender currency ft century, through labor organizations and nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, perior or otherwise, to secure a rnto of wuges which its equivalent. To Kiy nothing of tho gross partiality and Iruin circulation. would make thu proceeds ot a day's work and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot Springs Currency of War Period. llsper equal to tho cost of a da) s subsistence for thu and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mmroc inanlfoit iiijusttcu of such a policy, its Immediate effeot would bu to contriu t ourcurrcnay iu iNil oongrnss, most unvrisoly, In my workingman and his family uu uru asked by Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and to thu extent of about SlUUUJ.UO by stotipiui; opinion, authorlxud thu issue of legal teiidt r thu advocates of free coiuuge tu Join them in and Shrevcport. f paper to circulate us money, aud thu iuu.il aim destroying thu Uiu of gold as inoiiiy and putting a of the purchasing power San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, upon tho coins of that mital ur inevitable result followed. Gold cesed to ' ef thu money in which you are paid and WHITE'S CREAM upon jourrehes tho task of doubling thu via New Orleans or via Shrcveport. about eiiual, to thu dllfruilou btitwoon tlm lu I UAxi 11.1 muuuy uuu uiu ouuks unu tot-- ire.nury Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati trluslc valuo of tho gold dollar ami tho lntrlu- - , hating tiuptudud sporie piomtnl.t, thu coun nominal amount of your wages hereafter that tie valuu of tho silver doll., r. Uold coins would L try w ttoodsd with a depreciated currency is, tu struggle for unother quurter of a cen with evcrv accommodation to natrons. Free Parlor locuma tury, or perhaps longer, to raise your wnges nt enco hucomo u commodity uud would bo Iwoflli at tlmsM4 than W rents on the dnllar Cafe, Parlor aud Observapaper cuirtiity was au lu a depreciated currtiu-- to a point which Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. In tho market i on fr.lcttouil U Iwught and sold by speculators YEARS FOR just us, thoy weru during thu war, when wo thurud by congress, iw.d tl.o i . t ei tlil will enable you to pitichu-iwith them as tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and , nua IUU till rvwniii nuiiiuuiuu, currency. Tho vain a ten ' j d'ive out of circulation even tho light of life as you can much of tho late pa's r ,g-.srGUARANTEED. 9 , EVERY DOTTLE bfyta r dollar w ould tluctuato from day Wuigut subsidiary coins, uud for Winy years purchase now aud ,f, after j caw of conten- Chattanooga. you pb'ce f r ttj'lb ic . ) cf - ) tion, privation and iiibiistri.il a slog to day, moving up und down w.th tho rtto und i SOI.D II V 4.I.I. DltUOUlbTM. Chaa.W.Zetl, W. C. Rlncaraon, " PrDfp4 lT V tn ef tin. prtinmirr.l nrleu nf tin )iitlllmi onu. itnd ww uitod by thu people except on the Pa-- t should nt list succeed iu so adjusting wages , O. V.A.. Cincinnati. 0. ,,, M..Ttnn .tnllnP.l.- w- ,w,u, B1CIUBD80X liltUUINIt tO., ST. tOriS. . tlo ooAst, wharo gold continued to circulate that they would procure at tho higher prices IHv. Pau'rAQl., CineinnaXU 0. .. , --- .., - InteriqrJournal SILVER AND WAGES. Secretary at rut, n urt-Btl- y fii-li- otie-lml- n Confidential Letter 14 1 1 e - to ' Reduction In Prices ! ' -- 1 1 en-en- e A. G SINE, Stanford, Ky. o-- titter-millin- , 1 pninl u 1 n New Malta Walking Cultivators, saed 1 - r I'i Best Plow on the Market, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. " - prod-UiU.- i ' two-third- s ''" 'u l.il-o- MTHE OLD RELIABLE" R Cincinnati Weekly Conimercial Gazette 50 Csnts a Year. H C RUPLEY mt jyu ono-olght- h THE MERCHANT TAILOR ,,, SPBIN& AKTO&UMM3HR TTfl - txjH-rlmen- t - sh-il- l ' ' iiite-tioi- r, - a-- R. imOKAUGIf, ct-c- T-- r-'-a 1 ; i -- com-ptct- lv t. Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons 1 THE CINCINNATI " ouu-lul- - HlfflTE Conoral News, 1 B. K. WSABKCT. the: . . i ,., mw '., sK.,! "'.'"'. Queen &Crescent ROUTE rWfwZ ...:'' M pro-nilui- n one-hal- 1 o VERMIFUGE 20 -y y I nocc-starle- s lrs3SHNSN4asV ,...,. ..... 1 .- "T;Sr5iSS:: "upww nwpf,1," "rf"W 1jr,WfTT- - -- T'"ir'f ?r" Semi-Week- ly i U tency-2- ai M, laborers continued to receive eration, but the American laborer has a right n by tho chango from tho old to the in aeprrciaiaa money aions me same amount to demand pay for his work inhis goeni money products in they rccetvad hfor In good money. In 1875, a the employer receives for now conditions! wnen nr surrenders when tho peso wwt wsirth SSJsj cents, n STANFORD, Ky., - - MAY 12, 189G luiyparior tnoworiei, and this right ho Is diximisl to the sumo falsi thnt rftllatcr or BO Cent DolUra. a boiler maker, n blacksmith, a carMonoy recel 4 for wagon, like money re- penter, a fireman and an ordinary laborer re has olrt ly overtake 11 his brothers in tho silver standard ixiuntries. ceived on every other account, Is valuablo only ceived together for a day's work 18i or j It is but simple justice to wty in Uils conFtrtmlitnl K11I0 (J. - Hcconl 2:1U to tho extent that It win bo exchanged for the money; in iroo tno same io.tn in our nection thnt tho gnutWslTcf imployers, n E. C. Walton, Business Manager. other commodities, and It lsscnroely necuwenrr received for the mnie work 30X but ow- vast majority or the men wtio nave Will ninlic the season of lSPfl. and nro to 8UKoHt that a dollar worth 60 Nsta will ing to tho depreciation of tho currency this their capital In industrial cntTprl not purchase as much In tho murketH m 11 was equal to only IKX03 in our mone-y- , and in relying tor uccsh ujsm their skill nnd energy S1HKI) r IIY WAUSlNilHAM L'lCfl.siro of Lntitmlo '2M) nml 7 or 8 n.hcra in the list. urn prosecution or inur ihibithiw, ho not in worth 100 cents. To coll a illnm a dollar 1805, 2d years after the country had dewendeel want tno prewent stnnil.ird of valun over "11LOOD WILLJTKLL." would add nothing whatever to lu intrliulo to n silver basis, the same laborers receives! for thrown. th know that the (Ht.tbl sh 1 slum Tinsel ,y Mooiii;t Duroc 10(1, son of llnnililetonlnn nml valuo or purchasing power; it would Htlll buy tho same ork tS.63 pevos, but tho value of thu ment of slher monoini talliM'i would Wi niln- only iliniu's worth of gool. If theso proposi- peso was less than S3 cents, and consistently ous to them and tn nil who nm dependent flire of Klninc '2:20, theelomof Xorlninc, yearling for thu tilKin them for nre t8.34 In our men smountnl to ttagwi their ! tion p.ilil Incorrect, it is clear that whenrates of ey, orwajesabout one halfonlywhat the y hail rif 01 commodities employ mint orprices. supply record 2:31 J. nt reuwiiuoie just of nre a depreciated currency the 2 ilnni IJos Investments of wage s taunt bo Inert Sister to Jnmes llowoll. Jr., by llumbletonlnn 10 in proportion to tho celveel 30 years Wftre. In the central lmrt of If tho solution of this queHtlnn uffected only depreciation of tho money and in proportion tho country tho result wan substantially tho iro of Dexter 2:17J nnd ami tint uud Uj the noted road honc, Ed Kimble, siro to the Increase in tho prices of other tiling, or same, though not quits so Injurious to the la- tbo characterfuture ounilngH of thepurchasing 3 ilsin .UssIoSavi of American by Hnrry Clny I., sire of the tlntus of St Julian 2:11 of Grovcr 2:28$, Snakes 2:30, Hrown Kim-bl- the laborer will suffer n Ion, nut I affirm that borer. In 1S75 a day's wages for flvo men a tKiwer r. Itthe or tnu lalMiri sui Jtct would still mason, a rtrpt siro of Black Cloud 2:1UJ, and dam it it tho universal rule that tho rates of wage nn ordinary titer, a gaifltler, a painter nnd st luiortaiiex to hi 111, but Its lniMirtiilu-- is Hotline 2.1ij nnd 12 more that lmvo (iroiluced 2:30 labortr amounted altogether to greatly increased liy the ru l tLut tuo surety do not Increase in proportion to tho deprecia) of Jim Lawrence, trial two heats dam tion In the value of the money in which they 10.45 In our money, but In 1MO the wages of and value of a very considerable part of his trnltors; nNo siro of the tlitm(of l'luetioneor, siro of a fine road ninro. oro paid, and that when the currency Is depre- tho same men were 15.53, and In 1M)j M W. In past iwri'iiK-- nro ulwi invidvesl Thu thrifty 130 in the 2:30 list, worMiiginnn, iiutU'lMtlng a Ed Kimble, by Almont 33, (sire of Fan- ciated tho rates of wages do not Increase In the southern part of the n public there Was and providentmay 1) 1I11111. iIIkuI lesl or time when he by Liberty, son of Lance, bv American Kclii.o. ny "Wither-spoodam Mar "v 0., by proportion to tho lncrciuo in tho prices of tho some lncreae in the nominal amount of wages employment, has indiuorecl to deiirlMsl of 2:10H ne Mime paid between 1870 and ISM) on account of the thing out of his WHlsingliiuii 2100, sire of Xnboth, is one of the yonni,vsi sons of Oeorga Wilfco commodities! tho laborer is compelled to purImp Tho Knight of St George. in ordi r to provide chase. If Iheru has been a rIukIu exception to fact that a lino of railway was then Wing con- for tho comfort of his w Ife nnd children tn the 5111, record 2:22, who Mred Harry Wilkes 2:13 Almont Forest, by Altnunt 33,'dam by j. Ony Willtos 2:1,1, Mike Wilkes future and has laid It nwnv nt home, or ile thin rule in this or In any other country, my structed through that region by foreign capiEdwin Forest. jioslte'd It In 11 Wink or building or 2 K1, VilcoT. 2.10 nnd 02 otliorn in the 2.30 list; aNo 11 iroduciiiL sons nnd 10 Investigations have, mo to fliid It, tal, but since the lntter date the general uve invested it In n life Insurance policy, or loaned Almont Kimble is a blood buy. with and I do not believe not enabled found. ago rato of wages has remained substantially ono can be daughters. It right hind foot white, 16 hands high and Onr War Experience With Ltoproclatnd tho same, although paid in a constantly di pre- Hoto sonio afriend in whom he has conildenee Is not dt btor, imt a creditor, nud tlm N'orK. - Xnboth is a bay liore, 10 hands hiih, foaleel June 2S, 1SSS. Hii ieili-gr- ee dating currency. "a chip oil the old block." Will make eorporatloiiH uud tnill blunts having thue-uCurrenoy. Our minister to Chile, after a very careful tixlr of his earnings nro indi bti d to him and tho season of 1S9U at Mrs. Sarah Hamcontains tbeblooilof Iliinibletoniiin, Cieorge Wilkes, .Manibrino Chief, Pilot, purpose to It le not to pay what thy own him In by tho mer's, 0 miles from Danville and 2 miles presentation my voluminous weary you or by a examination of the entire situation In that ouglitmoney us he put into their hands. just ils and Harry Clay. gixxl of statistics, aat of Farksville, nt SIO for n living tcdlouii recital of facta, but tho particular country, says: "It may bt taken for granted that in Chile, Savings Hunks and lliilldlng uud Imujii As colt, money due when colt comes or the proposition now under consideration is of suoh as in all other countries w hlch have had n like social Ions. -- A-t mare is parted with. Grass at 50c per great iinportunco In tho discussion of this sub- financial experience, tho consequences! of cheap Accorttlng to tho lute-s- t rejiorts. the savings ject that you must permit mo to call your es- money ha week at owner's risk weighed most henvlly upon the banks In your own stnto hold f J4.ts5T. 4(.U on Mj lino saddle stallion Also good saddle and road horses for pecial attention to tho experience of the labor- classes thnt aro least able to support tho bur ilejwslt for KI.NU2 people, or an nvemgii of IS" ing people In our own country during tho yours den." for each dcponltor. and in the w holo country sale. 0. I. PITTMAN, Parksviilo. -- Simmediately following tho Introduction of a deor The eils of silver monometallism and n de they hold II.b1UMi7.IM for 4.KS.MU W71 for ach disltor. preciated paper currenoy in ISffiJ and nlso to predated currency finally became Intolerable 1111 nvumgo of.....1 ......I1.M 1...lit H.l.alu I.hiiL.htatet (.Mil llM.I.J t.u - ... Lnl.l ! l.rl r.1. . .... the very low rates of wngwi which now prevail I. ll.at fwtnnl n.i.1 ... .u,f vu.....j, ....v., n...,u..K.. it tiP.w1lli.Aii Will also make the present henson of 181)0 at the low price of KICHT DOLI.AHS to ,i...M.T a.l.:Ull.Sm.lll TOT '. . . . .. ... tMHlTlIH. ntlll. in countries having tho sliver standard of vl considerable silver and v ry llttlo gold, it has tlonal Winks holdUlUltll l.ll.UII for l,(Ul,i)4u lift ll,701.0M,K.'l doinsure a living colt He is elegantly bred and n Mire fonl getter. I will also Hand ue or the so called doublo standard of valuo recently adopted inu gold standard or value. posltors, Of whom 1,7.U,IU) have less than ll.UU to their cnsllt. lhsdtles thi so institutions there witn coinage ot silver at a legal ratio not cor Japan's Kxperlenoe. are 0,UU building and loan iisMielatlous In the responding with tho commercial value of the In nearly every country In tho world having United btates, having about 1,NJU,IM sharemetal and, in doing this, I will raaku no statetho gold standard of value the wage of laliar holder!', mule and female, who have paid iIum ment that Xote-Owi- ng to the bard times nnd the low price of stock. 1 have ereallv to- to Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; evidence. cannot bo fully sustained by reliable have Increased materially during the last 23 In good money amounting 711) more than Tlie re aro nearly of theso associayears and at the same tlmo the purchasing duccd season fee of m. horses nnd jacks and considering their Indivldunlity and On the Sd of March, 1803, a subcommittee of hind ankles white. both tion In the state ot Illinois alone, and In the the committee on finance in tho United Stated power of tho money in which wages are paid institutions many laborers, mi u, women und breeding, they Maud lower than any in the State. Sired by Ahuam.ah Messenger. senato made a roport on the course of prices hies Increased aleo, while In tho countries hav- een children, luivu depeitisi every dollar standard could spare, often denying thirpselves Stable tuo miles South of Htisionville, on tho Morelnnd A Cartcnter' Station First dam the William Lusk saddle and wages in this country for a period of U ing tlm silverreduced by of value wages have they of the comforts of life In order to lay up tho depreciation of fimo years, embracing tho prices of almont every been actually pike. marc, by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's article of consumption In common Ufo among tho currency to such an extent that the lalwr-e- r something for n time of mssl. Llfo lnsurancxs J. K HAK.HMX, Hustonville, Ky. is in a much worse condition than he was Drcnnon, by Imp Drennon; 2nd dam by tho people and tho rate of wages in almont More hte taken every Industry curried on during that time at the Wginnlng of that period. Japan, by ' out llfo than 2,CO0,lU) of our eonlo uro now Highlander Insurance) In and, in order that you may learn from this of- far tho met progn snivel und prosperous coun- force, nmouiitlng ikiIIcIim. which Abdullah Mesenger, sire of English ficial and impartial investigation what effect a try in tho east, coins With gold and silver at lald the premiums to ll.'t'.K'iT.WJ.nft-- and Iiiimi on tin in year year In Chief, sire of depreclnttd currency has on v, ages and prices, tho ratloof IB. 118 to 1, a ratio which greatly good money, whljo the mutual ts m tit und us Hunter, is by Mcs-engI will briefly state some of tho most material overvalues sliver, and, as the government does n sMiient nud ce ope rallei and fruternul 111111 Maud Messenger, 2:101 the parity of the two metals, the thiniis mid asNoelalioiis hae H.,"l.lJU mem facta I will stand English Hunter the season ment. and conclusions embodied In that docu- not maintain on a l currency Is cvutrtbuted a large part of silver basis. Wrx, who lu. ,,..., I Tho subcommittee of five U'tll ..,!...nil- ) of 1896 at my stable 3 miles from Shelby ators representing both consisted parting sen- Wages are paid in silver, of course, Wcauso ineir inline-insj, at HlV ti im- - tuiion lie ill 10 reiuiuuri political and liwses sustained by sltkuivs or death. The stable IJ miles from Stanford, on tho Dan". on the Knob Lick and Turncrsvillo both sides of tho currency City , Morgan Denmark is n bay stnlliou, Id f and the tho laboring men end women always get tho tliet--e eompunlesand usMoelutlons rue, pike Investigation, which lasted nearly two years, cheapest money In circulation, and they gen to tln-t- r tm mis.n nuiouul to 3,i4,ltu,Kii, and hands high Hois splendidly bred, lis a. vino thu lnduslrinl eolutkinli k In thu L'ulte-- Statist wiw most thoroughly and Impartially made, erally pay tho hi chest prices for the nrtlcl no purposo in low except to ascertain they buy. for the reuson that their pure buses ' hao u ini aiUrshliiof C.UHi.lW, with lusunincei glance at his pedigree will show. Ho will At $8 to Insure A Living- Colt. with report amounting to In addition to all tho and tho actual facts, and, so far as it are usually lnadu in small ijuuntltle-- nt a time. I ion-gnow make the present suasoti of KS(H at our is Ho is n black slnllion, Money due when colt is foaled or mare relates to questions of fact, tho report was TheJapanioMlTeryen Is worth 0 little less I Siinmi lug, nnu 11vtinriconstantly incre-iiln- li..a (tSKT'll Inlj "1 Hi Ullll flll u nnu n 1111 ttil Tt UUil !. stable on the new Lancaster pike, 6 mile- - by 0. K Clay, dam by Ifi hnudri high, W (lll'U4tv CO cents In our money, and flt tll unanimous. As btatcd heretofore, congress, than Win, Welch parted with early in tho yenr of IbtU, inaugurated tho pol- wnges of labor, paid In this depreciated coin, their earning to Insure the uisehts against from Danville, Willnlostanil a good black Jack on aro reducid to our standard of value, they ap- loss by uccldi nt w Idle ugnged In the prost-icy of issuing legal tender paper, gold was I will also stand the same terma. Mares traded forfeit the driven out of circulation, specie payments pear so Insignificant that It Is difficult to un- turn of their work cannot U ncctirately nser At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. season. derstand bow the people who receive thu mis- tnlned, but tho number Is known to bo very wire suspended, tho currency began at onco U.A LA0KKV. to deprvclato and be f oro the close of tho year erable 1 lttance can live and maintain their lariro. innks, trust companies, building assoThu Care taken to preent Hccldotits, but tho paper dollar was worth less than 70 cents famlllis. Tho average dally earnings of u ciations and other similar Institutions owe Stanford, Kv. At f 5 to Insure a Living Colt Sam is by in gold, from tho tlmo th depreciation began bricklayer amount to CI cents; blacksmiths, I tho people Of the United Stttlm today I5.SKL not responsible should any occur. tho price of commodities and tho wages of la- carpenters and cabinet makers receive 90 i:tS,a.'l for money artuallr dvtolted. a sum Lien retained on colts for season monone of Lylc's imported jacks and out of bor wtru paid in paper currency, and cents, oompo-dtorin printing offices, 2D cents, nearly Ight tlmesi greater than tlm total capiInDollie Woods, she by Tully's Warrior and jurious 1 fleet upon tho interests of the tho tal of all tho national hunk In the country, ey. Mares trailed before fact is ascertainpressmen, W cents; roofors, 20 cents stonecutlaborheld by thu out of an imported jennet. Sam is 14 ing man is clearly shown in tho report re ters, Ul cents; ordinary tailors, 2H cents; weav- while the llfo Insurance policies corporations ed in nkes season money due. Winds ot people In thu ers, 15 cents. And in all the long list of occu nnd associationscurious force today amount to hands high and just as thick as he is high, ferred to. and In pat ions and wages no laborer, however skillMorgan Denmark was fonleel in 180 larger sum thin has U,2Ui,Hl.:7, acor in other words he is just as big lying Worklnjrmen the Sufferer. ed, can be found who receives moro than 49 tually lnestesl In ull our railroads and about He is by Uti Time, son of Stonewall Jack- - I This splendid jack Iown as he Is standing up. bam s mules will be permitted to In 1SC2 tho wages of labor, paid In depreci- cents per duy, except porcelain artists In tho 15 times larger than tho capital of all the nawhen matured measure from 15 to 16 ated pajier. vcro loss than 8 per cent higher in great city of Yokohama, who get 72 cent. Fac- tional banks. son. 1st dam l.aiiy .Morgan, ny Sloncwnii serve mares anil Jennets the coming seahands high. Little jack, little pay but a paper than when paid in gold, but the prices tory laborers even in that city, where most of Kress Coinage Would Ito aa Irrrpmrabl Jackson, Vd dam by Virgin ins; .Id dam son nt my farm near Shelby City at the of the 223 articles used by the laborers and tho great industries are carried on by Amerilow price of H'ronic. B. P. POWELL. big mule. by Matelile, 4th dam by Transby. other people In the maintenance of their fam- can or European capitalists, receive 21 rents In view of theso facts, which cannot ! 18 per cent higher than they Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred $G and $10 to ilies were nearly per day, and in other parts of the country disputes, I submit tbst you ought Insure Living Oolta were when paid in gold; in 1 tho wages of they receive Ws. nc to saddle stallions in Kentucky. Has good seriously to consider nil thu cons-qii- i labor paid in depreciated paper worth about rou mane and tail and good, long, rangy neck. With lien retained until season is paid. lours les and your fellow cltlsens i Mexico's Experience. CO cents on the dollar were 10J-- per cent higher agree to tliu free and uultmltcsl oolcsge of Our neighboring republic of Mexico, with a legal tender silver si u ratio of 16 to 1 in or- Don't fail to see him. Will a.so stand Tarting with in aro or Jennet forfeit .Inthan 'when paid in gold, but the prices of the Beit Lido to and From oorporutions and associasurance articles the laborer had to boy with his wages constitutional government rrry similar to our der thnt these grvat privilege of discharging thu tions KuiH..ror is a Jet black with while points, were nearly 40 per cent higher; in 1S64 tho own, with an area of 707,000 square mtlesi and their may hae the pvoplu by paying SI or W TWO GOOD MULE debts to wages of labor paid in depreciated paper dol- a population of only about 12,0uO,utU, with al- cents on the dollar, fur Hint is exactly what It 10 ham's high, weighs l.lfiO lbs., 7 year, At JO to Insure. Solid Vcitlbuled Trlni, with fluff el Parlor lars worth 9 cents each bad advanced 25 per most marvslous natural resources awaiting means. It Is a low cwtimalu to say that each old and is standard bred and registered. Can, Elegant Coaches, Dining Cart, Wagner cent, but tho prices of th necessaries of life development and offering a most inviting field one ot the dtpewltors lit savings and other Call and see him and his colLs, which HAUQHMAN IJKOS , Sleeping Cart, arid latest improved Private Comhad advanced OOHl pur cent; in IS65 wagta paid for tho Investment of capital And the employ- banks and In building associations, und cuch partment Buffet Sleeping Can, magnificently fur. in paper currency worth 0J cents on the dollar ment of labor, has the silver standard of holder of a llfo Insuruncu policy and mrmber Danville, Ky. are large and line. and nUhed with tolltt accessories ill each compartassociahad advance 43 per cent above the rates pre- value, gold not being in use. And if cheap of u mutual benefit upon asstsMiincnt an aver1.8 TKVIS. tion, him or ment. Best terminal station. viously paid in gold, or its equivalent, but tho money is a blessing to the laboring man. he age ofhas dependent othsr perwons; hr if ho, a and at least bo prosperous and happy in that majority of all two tnsiplu aro directly or indi prices of commodities bod advanced nearly 117 ought to our per cent that is to say, had more than dou- country. Tho Mexican dollar contains 377.17 rectly creditors of ibisio corporations and as grains of pure silver, or nearly 0 grains more eociatlons and aru Interested In the preMirva-tlobled, and in 18C0 wages paid, in a currency of a stundard ot valuo which will Insure Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, worth 71 cents on tho dollar hail advanced than Is contained in our dollar, and yet, not Coaches and Dining Cars, and Wagoer Buffet fraction mora than 3 por oent from the prvvi' being sustained by monetary system which thu Daymen! of their claims in as (rood money Knee record 2:241, oth beat on one-hal- f Hy the Great Chester Dare. twirN-when they made their Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Louis over the New ous rates in gold or its equivalent, but the keeps it at a parity with gold, It is worth only as they deposits with paid their tunwrai'tiU or or mile track. loans or Merchants' Bridge, avoiding the disagreeable tun 1st dam Daisy by Wallace Denmark. about 63 cents in our money. Wages are paid prices of commodities had advanced W Kery dollar thu pesiplo put Into oel. cent. Tho rUo in tho rates of wages never cor- in silver and are very low in comparison with firemluuis. and trust coenjsinles and other inSired by Kienri. llicnzl was sireel by 2d dam by Dick Klmore. responded with the riso in tho prices of other the wages paid in this oonntry for the sumo stitutions und every dollar they paid fur in o Id dam a lino saddle tnaro. things until the year 1BC0, four years utter thu services, in many instances: not being half as surunco was worth IUJ cents and would pro- Ilelmont anil out of lilandina, by"Mam-brinIn the worth of Chief, l'enco'8 dam was by Almont The only Through Sleeping Cnr Line from Cin- close of tho war, when the valuo of our cur much, while the prices of commodities gen- cure 100 when they earnest commodltle-Wallace is a dark brown, 18 hands tt and whin they market cinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars rency was 71 cents on the dollar, and It was erally aro much higher than they are here. Invested It, and they havu an unqutstUunablu Forrest, son of Almont Second da in by high, foaled in 18i2. Has more quite certain that no further depreciation Tho prices of imported trtlcles especially aro right todeiuund thut it shall be ri funded to style than retire is a line indlvidn-al- . any horse in this section. Was successwould occur. In lfiGO this country was on a exorbitantly high in Moxioo, becuuao they them in dollars worth 100 cents everywhere. Garrard Chief gold basis and and been on that basis for many have to bo paid for abroad in gold, and the de- Thu adoption of uny policy that would deprive standing 10 bands high, dark brown, ful in many rings. l,oth saddle and haran The 'Southwestern Limited" Solid Vestlbuled years under tho operation of tho acts of lt14 preciation of thev money is eo great that it them of this right would not only Inflict seenormous loss Usin them, but would so Ccinblnatlcn Library, Uuff't and and 1637. Wuges were then paid in gold or its requires nearly 13 in silver to pay tl in gold. perfectly sound and a horse of grent ness, last year. Trains, with riously Imjuilr their faith in the fidelity und Smoking Cart, Wagner Sleeping Cars. Elegant equivalent and by reducing thu wages paid Although our own silver dollar contains He has gone miles in 2:12. Will in utility of such Institutions that attempts to speed Coaches and Dining Cars, landing passengers in a depreciated currency to a gold basis and fine silver than thu Mexican dollar, one of accumulate nnd save surplus earnings would make the season of ISM at my place Posi ively New York City at sad Street Depoi. .'J exchange ablu value to bo uuaudonisl, or at greatly diseourugcsl, comparing them with tbo niton paid in gold in ours is nearly equal in No Frry Transfer. IbA) we shall have unothtr demonstration of two of theirs, becunss- - hero the coinage is lim for u long time to come. miles from Stanford on the Hustouville via "BIG FOUR." Be sure your tickets read Out if free and unllmltesl colnnce of legal coins on ited nnd the government issues Full brother to Silver King and tho D.B.MARTIN, tho Injurious effects of cheap monoy on tho in- its own account and has pledged tho faith and tender silver ut thu ratio of 14 to 1 In establish pike K. O. McCORMlCK, Its terests of tho laborer. very of Gen Pass & Tkt. Agt Passenger Traffic MgT great show mare, AllleCS. credit to hevp them us good as gold, a pledge ed In this countryinu tin so large partkinds the On this basis tho laborer received 7tJ cents money deposited various of and 2 mills In lb), instead of thu gold dollar that has been faithfully kept up to this tlmo savings institutions will not ion bo repaid In At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Hy On Time notwithstanding the complaints anddenuncln r, but will U- - wholly lost, sllvt ho received In lbfiu. In 1M ho received 80 cents Nt dam Molly Mount?, by CabMJ's monetary syt. m would YOU ARKGOING.... such u 8 mills instead of a gold dollar, and In lwio tlons of our freu coinage opponents. Under .lK nnd a financial panic he received CO cents and 2 mills instead of a our policy the dollar pnld to the laboring man precipitate the deiosltorli s which very few,1 Islington, Ac if uny, of MY JACK, LOGAN, for his wugus is just as good and will purchase doubt that tin re is u single could survie gold dollar. ok financial Institu King is a light bay with some white In other words, tho wuges of labor, metis just as much In the markets ns the dollar jwild t ion tn thu country thul could sustain thu THE Full I.riJ hands high, o years old and marks, HI hands high, foaled in 1MX). urtd by gold us thoy were In lhW, when we hud to tho bondholders or to uny other class of priKsuro that would lsi Immediately made He a sound currency, had fallen ubout 24 percent creditors, but If we are to havo free and uikiu it by it.s di positurs and other creditors a sure foal getter. Ho was is lliebestsaddlo stallion in exitnagn of legal tender sllvtr for the when it became uppurent that onr standard of has proved Kintueky. In lbKi, moru than 10 per cent in IM, mid tit- . .. Above hoii-e- s w.ll make the season of . . . .e nearly 44 pr cent In lbft, when wo hud n benefit ot the owners ot the bullion tho gov value was . to bo low end und our eurrenev our sired by W. L. Caldwell's (Sinnt, out of n I'ayiut-u- t prtcinusi oi uii depreciated currency, uud, g ntlemen, tho eminent und tho people ut large would lmvo I ooiiKuvioiiMny ino uoeisMi eei'uui oei tit iiinnutsi good dam. He will stand 181KI at my stable 1J miles from Stanford forte of this illustration is gnutly augmented no interest whatever in thocotns, und It would ill gold ut oiie, eury of foreign by tho facts that these reductions In the rates bo grossly unjust to resjulro the guteriiineut cuiital In this country would lie instant) At $7 for Maroa nnd SIO for JonnotH, on HuMoutillc pike, to knp them quid In oxrhangenblo valuo to withuruwii, i urj mnn who owid a debt ul of wages ooturml at n time when several hun gold. 1 he dollars, us rapidly us eulncsl, would to lnmiro it l.lvo Colt. At $10 to Insure Living Colts. dred thousuud laborers had been sithdrnwi bo delivered to thu owners of thu bullion f ri u home or abroad would bo called upon to jwy Louisville . Nashville R. R. it , all (his sltors In bunks and othir instituT. A. COl'LTKi:, from the lie Id of competition, when thu govor charge, and tho gu eminent would have no tions would want to withdraw t lie r money ut Not responsible for accident ernment w as engaged in tho prosocutlon of .1 legal or moral right to tax all tho people of the same tune, no loans could bo litgottsttd Stanford. Ky. great war and was islanding money luUhly tho country in orelir to pro urn gold with and no ireslit would be giwu, Is cause no man for you, as its Is the line JOE B FARRI8. these i.rlwitn loins. The would lend money or s 11 properly on time for all kinds of supplies for tho army nud which to navy, and when the prices of all the products valuo of our dollar would, tli'-- fore, Ihj no win ii he km w with absolute- it it.ilnty that ho greater thsn the lntrinstcor loiuiuinial valuo would U- uiil In u dipri elated turrciiey. ot labor had largely lncreuMcl. of the silver contained 111 it. and its jiurchns-inwould not w uit nctunl pas Make,clo6 connections at mark, purely if there ever cun be u time when an duulnishesl Creditors )wi r in thebut the ts would Ulabor would sago of a free eomugu luw , fur the soon us such but us nXJinlance of theup monej will ubout 0111 LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI waus uud impruo the condition Increnso the rcmutn, forhalf,long time w sues of aulmtuutlully u measure iwl roeilvisl thu approval of the ULi.lbTt.llKH nt least, u of luborliig ut an election they would demand tin lr For all points. men these result ought to have been iieeom nt the present rati, or. If they should be nom- money, und if ii"t paid they would inforue Its inally inereasrdou account of the THROUGH T1CKTETS SOLD. and thh colli etion by juttte-la- l pllshed under the eombin timi of IJY SLCOND JKWKL lb. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH clrcuiiistuncos existing, ey dully In faorable of the curnnry, c x icrieiico in tho pst shows foretii sale ot proisrty. It is for ou the- - great Tiik Uhsat Snow Ntw.uon, that they would not increase In proportion to and me or unyisKly else to say thut depositors of Cor any Information centers of Industry, from lfcfll to HU, ami yet the lmriase in tho prices of eoiiimoditiiM. In buiiks und other iroditora ought not to put Da at b old Stonewall Jackson. JOES lUCK.Acent, the ro lias been no other peiiod 111 our history 1'Im-- In tlie mtes of wittjon take pluew Mtry sun this eciirst win ii n Winner of ffirjO sttiko Hl i,t,.Ni,.,()n conusor is up Stanford, Ky ThK fancy Htldlo staLlinii will makothe s when thu rutoo of wages fell so rapidly or bo slowly, while- tho prices of commodities inuvu ireln iidesl, fur t! jiursued it, ul rapidly, at some p riods 1 hanging seornl wnil mIwiij s will i. nn s l.umun nuturu Itself sMieeiti of 160t! at our stable milo Jrom won second money in j.ion lakv Hl Vt,r' low. sailles, winner id the aged prmnium and timet in the course of u single day. Ami theu should be ivhiiiik.i-- l. Chilli's Sail Hxperie nee. and lnovetui nts nro always more i a is than three .uors ao j ou sow our Jinan-rial- , Milledgeille, Lincoln county. Ky , on the hweolke al lrls. niimor of other The recent experleiieo of the republics of mon hai inful when tho currency reliant un is in an coliiu.i rrial t.i i luiuati.sl arliilrs Millodgeville jiike. Owing iiiemiiiiitolii IWW, Mime which time Chilu furnishes another iinprtnitf warning to settled condition. la distiu. u by h i'i ir tl.. t thegovirn-latn- ti Stanford and the wugo earner ugainkt the evils ot n depre would i.i t ie t!.l. to i i.ilbtaln goltl juy-SH- to the scarcity of money, we will stand has beciijii the stud. Attitude of .Manufacturers. Oply Dnect l.n.e Between i w uuld ml to him nts un. ii .a our e urn-Leltagle Hinl Is a beautiful brown, elated currency. That country liud for a Ioiik Yum liave- doubtle-Mobserved rocently what .,u saw the t jm rations of Inih time thu so enlliil double sUiielurd of value-- , npiiears to be quito a fornitdHllo dsmoliHtra-- t n silver U.hi . mhhII star, stands 1(1 handi, has u with ooinage ot legal tender gold and -- ilver at ion in fa vol it the fne eoliiage of silver by dustry Milt ri upleJ Issuks iitilit , greutohllgu- - At 5510 to Insure a Living Oolt. How. ing mane and a oor Shortest and quickest between hkii-s Uiahlo to lie el lllir heavy ts.il the rate of It. Hi to 1, but a this w us a consid- ee renin lurpe manufacturing interests in the tlons, crti.it seiuusjy iiup..iied. mills und Kaglti Hint was irol U King Kj.Ji Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, erable umlenaluatiem of silver the eolns of isesti-ru t of tin eountr . upon thu groilud Money duo when colt loinos or mare ! '. ui.il theUftuUu. t io of i..beiersthniwn ' oontli.Uf to Oarlialo, Maysville, Oynthiana, that metal went out of circulation ami gjld that if wetot alie the maintain oar prvse-u- t jr.I u statu if punle and juried with. Mar grimed or fed at rea- Winner of iimro than !() iifuo ties out ot ti j. j i, silv. stsnusrei Ui dam by Sim Eagle, bot son of Cab-be- li and actu- standard emlly India, (.humr and Japan,eoitu liusitiis. oivyi. t r ; re v.iIiihv i.i eonstltuteel the medium of ly isrt of Falmouth and Covington. trim, esp. will th.'oourir li a inure iv,ubt as Io the kinel sonable rules. Not ictH)iiiblij for acci of value until ahuut the beginning soon be- uLle to undir- - II them in the-- lualKet Lexington Ask (or tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains al standard IbTU, of the jesr but us soou as thocummerelal of the world. Kixlin ed to itj slmpl-s- t form, nf hhiuh; v.e i.iteui'utl to ue prislucHtd tbiw dents, should any oeciu. 2d dam by Hamlet Demaark, son of run by Central Standard 'lime. t, would be 16.W to 1 the proMlt'oii of theso k ntlemon is that the dittrtswdi .1 !.. Its. what,tl.iuk TioiuTablj April i ity. value of silver fell below thu rutlo ot of u iiuhberielu ui.-- i quwii-is- t tin prol a Gilt IMge is a bountiful redsonel, Hay Waahington UyDeuuiaik. us coinpund w 1th gold nil thu gold went out inanufMuturers of eertain kinds of goeiels In No. i. No. 3. No 7. mm.1 ,l.a"!, this count ry cannot continue to pay their In adopt si' ,i i.;j n (be- part i nt ear people to "ininwk, sou ,.f THA1NS EAST. mid tho country liad silver mon of circulation as r higli. Miller's DenuiHik. niHiii) and lail, lo hands 8 iiuln-p M. p. m. n m. borr highwugtsi in gold or its uttuivuicnt system? 'XLt- ioouon.utu.Li ej'i a nrc-I) contMiiotalliadi.' In 1875. before thu eluiuge took und trua:ixiatioii stu-e5 si fully t.i tin.- iimrkuU 4 - v Kranklort A ewuilietu Lve ' ortut) thut whs foaled Sept. 1, IWjO, and is a perfect Faglo liird will nuko the lni iiile M i place, the peo, or dollar of (.'bile, was worth abroad with tin na tufartun rs of siinilsr ceive l!u 4 .WH 0f l.VIt, " Klkhorn 7" 437 1 4I about lH eeiita in our uiouey, but in IBeO, tin goods in silver standard e'.i.rnrlm, who pay won'd lmniii.i itel follow u.. u. louiitwment saddle' home. (Jilt Kdjsa was show eel u it at I.U stable 2 miles Wet r Stanford 011 Stamping oround 7 aj policy. Sj'.u 1 will itoi. -- .1. uirt to u a 5 ear. after, gold went out aiul silver cams in, their laborers hw wages in irv law tl silver uf sue.i K. 4 55 ' GeorgetownI!... 7 45 and took the sweepukc prem-- i the Shelby City pike ut the extremely luw 2 tlio pono was worth lesn than 6J cents In onr and therefor' tbe insist tb.a a nionetar) 75" Arr. as. Depot puce of It . i..ii( t Ui )osibl thut in tl o e losing Is adopt' il hiu which will give 4 eo moiit-y- . j 35 s utury and in thin bilver continued to depreciute und, and in bis 11 11 ut Kirkbvillu f ml iMnville Paris ....C........ 830 Itenth them the ndVLUtage cf i.vtnv foi the lr labor yuu'Sif Irnu re pllbliu II ptsrtlo ti Ci iselves bekidiM, largu uiiioiiiiUof puper curreiiey were In ITi'm".. und depreciated silver. Ti it ij is that, with Mill linltiitf the Nid e a. ti own ring at Harrodkbtirg 'l'l 100 who TEH DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT "TRAINsfwEST. No 2. No. 4. No. 10. N. 8. Issued by the goveriuuent uud the banks, and m t by the cori tee u r s.lvi r, the wages p. m. free coinage f a. ru. p. m. a. m. inatle want to lined to a good saddle stallion are JU years after Mm eksmge from the gold in of labor in this country w i id oe paid In nil-e- r rupt pott H tut us of KuroV'N who havw by 35 5 5S C 9 50 Lve Pari Money or catdi note will bo basts to the silver busu, thu peo wua worth dollars worth a lout halt as mu h as gwlel Ihtlruoinis forever tsllous in history reouired 10 32 633 C. B. Depot tleir dollais, but the produets ct IsLor, whith liiiK the inutsst i ions jiweir of Mibjcets unit rob cordially invited to look at our horse uud when a living colt is obtained 5 45 630 048 only about IJ3 cents in our nioney- Georgetown B 1040 the just bt sold Would It long ti the lll.pli." I. Wov-lF.Hghj IHnl is ono of the groalestshow 6 54 7 7 Let us se now what effset this chp money, Statnp'g Gro'd 10 58 uf sco him nunc for if In ti. tli markets tin d. and that thu of tavir labor. Ylu giunteist crime short lie 1 He was sired by Second Jewel, be by hordes 111 Kentucky, ns bis record in 1 v( Klkhorn abnilute )toiitiil einilfieiueat thut could er. In other words, this sjstem of siUer mono " 6 77 " 5 gold thus nlitalm d eoiild le xrhanid for vil S A... 11 30 In this Cunningham's Jewel, ho. by old WashingArr Frankfort metullisiii which )lu are to adopt here, will attest. As a breeder of Unv .0od er ut a' "tit the rate of fl 111 gi Id tor (2 in sil eom.nititd againstto thu woiklugiuau labor for his isinh had upon tho wages of labor in that ixnmtry tl.tf wtxild go 011, the. the rVui wonlu ! tr,iitl tiusV ing goldtesisHlull alue and thu oouTtry h of f'i employer uii destroying the ton Denmark. coloietl, high styled colls ho Is tinsur-passi- d b SUNDAY TRAINS ot Our minister nt Santiago luts very retently employer gi tt uf in His ilrst dam Minnie by McDonald's deprccuitid wiri, which, 111 vultl bet. tin- mi iii.y inwlmb ;his wnges ure Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. rn; arrive Frankfort made un otHHid investigation und reort ttjion hibon r g n, this irre i rihle wrong Hnlcorn pnld, 2d dam by Wells' Criisuder, his Mares from a dlHtanco will be funiMied (i utlemei., would lj a tin. plmon of tln-- ( w hleh has not yi t Wen piiblishesi, can nevi r is p. rvotrsteel iinui r our sy stum of l,L3eav'onFrankfor 4 J P- - ". arrive Georgetown this subjee t, ot tin (ro.iiwhiih it apixart tlat In the northern me:t h .iiy M.lutvui labji rtqui .t.en entiro-l- y govt rn.i ii i . tl v iuLoriur .an himself tirst dam by Stonewall Jackson, bo by grussaficrMny 1 at l 60 per month and f to bi lift If ic lultr s assists ii t .ru., h.s ow n elihin.. 5 Washington Denmark, ho by Black Den-mnl- k, must bo pa d nt tho removal of the marcs. p.trt f t'hile, where la .r bus always Wen in out of considt ration, ana if it wete not Railway as Arid l e Thu Kentucky Midland cheapest and connech.vvtsi' 11 riain bis first dam by Crusader, ho by Oaro will bo taken to route to all s'riater dimmid than U where on oteount of tint a Mid itii reM liition In bntflvii't g t r 1.1t ' ' i'i.ii-'li- t form the shortest and tions if s would at tunc nrrcht tho Jiii w u ' i rn it so i f lie i ..ioi the sub I Old WhiPi 2d dam u llocky Mountain and escapes, but will prevent accidents he M'cut nit'ttte "s a. d In th.tjlcsee t ton jttr why points South, East, Wcrth and West. not bo responsible and I re uee to their agents progrevi of nil ot 1 in .i.str, A tho country, v ry llt'lo ti ait;e placi '. r it Kor further information apply ii, intu nco mare. should any occur, Parting with or retins st'i.ie uiuvers d b I Ihnuk you C. D. BEIICAW, uen. iijrji.. I ivcn i.i thj 1 imf.ial rat sot wages nctwitb-tundln- g uakr tin implryir i.rupty uud thu lubci-e- to t i u i i, u ,i .., i MADISON SAND1DGK&S0N, M ry rlih moval of mares forfeits tho instiranco. ,t u ii .11 GKO. B. 1IARPEK, Hec'r & Gen.Sup r bi 1 patient ut thl jreat f U in the value of the our- - 'ery poor might bo worthy ot serious cun Id 1 t i'l Ut. Millcdgeville, Ky. i. a . agir Frankfort Kv I Interior Journal of comroodltUa Joss wruxt Uiey will proeur now as the existing prlocu, what would 70 havo Rnlnecl c, NABOTH IOOI6. :- rcs elol-la- J. Almont : Kimble e, e i 1 1 pro-iluci- ng s Jr, $15 Insiire el XjiringWILLIAM !., to Oolt. ENGLISH HUNTER. TWO GOOD JACKS AT S7. ). f 1 r er Morgan Denmark, depn-clates- J jbarneno. 21,730. At$5 to Insuro LlvlngColt. quo-tlon- obiig-itlotiHii- s 11 VI 1 SAM SMALL. s 1 EMPEROR No. 27. 11 "BIG FOUR" ROUTE, CHICAGO, ILL. JACKS ST. LOUIS. FJSDNCJKo WALLACE DARE, d pr BOSTON. s NEW YORK. s ROYAL : KING, s STOBTH WEST, . . iie-i- liiM'i-tine- 1 Double Daily Trains - - g GILT EDGE 261. 1 pl iKpn-clfetio- n EAGLE BIRR nl, (rue-esliug- s um-Icn- rt s - ,1 he Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort vlo-luitl- y - tuu-tori- ir n - s ,f,r',, - - i- ni Is, 1 d 1 ed 1 1 1 t 1 1 sm fiji yt y r 'ti - i. B.P.WOODS. , wt .v wc &M1- - imm. May V2, 1SU( HatsoI all kindsat Shatikb'. torn price. SJtanfoiid, Ky., Bituminous and cannel nut coal, hot Try it. Noel & Son. m poor-houe- Tiikkb are only nine teople in tie o now, Keeper J. T. Chadwick telle us. c ,wws.viyvfyyv-'Yvf- ti vryfWvyirv 31 Am. books closed at BintiiKa' on and low prices and new after the lBt of June. Positively no pnttemB just received. W. 1J. McRob-urts- '. goods sold on tiino nftertbnt date to ANY E. C. Walton, business Manager. ONK. On and after the sunny 1st of Jut o Thy J. II. Haiighman it Co.'s cooking goods go for cash and for cash only m! coals. They are best and cheapest. Bto You Bhould take your IVniiyVdrng mom where prouiit and Shanks'. . ituminous nut 10c, Cauuul nut lie, deaccurate service Ih yunrHtit ! Ladikb. Protect jour gums, cleanse livered at your house. Wall paper at $$$kf&& bes, I (Danville, preRi-iiption- s - Kentucky, j MlfH from IjOuIbvIIIp. miiiioxir. rn.rs. Mattik lAros liaa returned your teetli by using u hiiihII tooth brush, sold by Craig A I locker at 2tk MimKatikLek YkaokkIb tho guin Mtm Mary Mruce. Mas. A lick N'kwuMi hum down Irom CrnbOu-hai- Friday. - Handsomest lino of Jardinieres and formal announcement of his intention lo Flower Crocks of all kinds ever brought run for Congress, but showed bis ingratito this citv. iust received at Warren A tude by selecting other mediums than the I.stkiiiok Jouiinai.. This is very huShinks'. miliating after the nice notices we have J. Ai.kx ST.rnKNHON, of Crab Orchard, given of him and is additional proof that tells iiMthat he will likely bu a candidate repun msiiKe repuniica aro uugraieiui. for There is bIso talk of Post Hut -- .., things do not move ns fro.., our master W. A. Carson becoming a c.iudi intei'1 mi to give tho Hon. George, alias John I'. Davia. r fVio-n ot--t- i M K.J A M I'DD and family went don n date for the BRtne olllce. uxxcj-alia, tbel uv-- W LXX the Lawjer," alias the to Bonuieville Saturday to visit Mrs. -of Rowland havo "GrajGeiding'Biias the job Lote,' Tub new trusters VV Mndd'a pamitp. .,, ... , ..V.- .- u .Wis ... Mn. and Mm James Smith spent Sat- elected W. II. Land marshal and he uO llee from the ing nt nim. urday and Sunday at Turueraville with making the wrath to come. I'ryor Cordier takes the Sam Mknkkkk was up from the KenMrs. Mark Smith. in the tucky School for tho Deaf at Danville Mn. I.ksiik HoHLkv, of Lincoln county, place of bis father, Frank Cordier, board of trustees Friday and when asked with reference to visited friends in thia place last week. went the report that he would be h candidate Register. Richmond Thk HUcl. Interior Journals Mita. Tomi'kiss, of Ilarrodnburg, who over to Ijvncaster Friday afternoon and for sherid' of this county said: "I have )a heen vlmting her daughter, Mrs. I bested the club there --Ti to 13 in a ball been thinking pretty seriously of it and 24-inc- h H I'ryor, ban returned home. game, so Capt. John Wade tells us Alex have my hand on the public pulse now. Mim Katik Wilihkk Iihh rulurnri Simpson andThompa Kennedy were the The encouragement I have received is very giatifingand I appreciate it highhome alter a pleasant visit to the family I. J battery and did their work well. ly " Mr. Menefee is a young man of ex of Mr Caleb Ilrown In Casey county. The trio that will entertain at Huston-vill- ceptionally good habits, flue business Mlsa IlK Ci.AHK. of JefSHinine, cloied Friday evtning next, Mrs. Cecelia inalillcations and with the experience a very succesaful school at Mrs. N. J. Mppinuhousen Hailey, ami Misses Mary gained in the otliee as his father's depu Morton's, near Preaeheravllle, Friday. II Williams, will ty would be able tn conduct the bust MismkJknmk Ruinand Mary liolmre Holmes Lusk nd Doily doubtless till the house to overflowing. nese moat satisfactorily. Lusk, anil Miosis. J. W. Allen and L. M. repPtMiil, ol HuMotiville, were here Sunuay. Stanford and vicinity will be largely Miss Katk Bi.ain has received the fol resented. Miss Maky Caiitkk, who has heen at superintendent of nub inter- lowim? from the tending the Normal School at Howling K.sowimi it to bo to the mutual lio instruction, which is of interest to Ureen, returned home Saturday quite est of both buyer and seller I have deexpecting to become teachers: Tl e vlck. termined to adont the csh system of do- thnsn amendment to section C3 passed the LegMiss Kva Uuiiianan, of Crab Orchard, ing business. This is the deliberate conwithout an emergency and does was on yesterday's train en route to clusion of ample consideration and much islature 15th; bo we have nil not tako edict till June IOulsville to see Joe Jetlereou in "The expensive experience. I trust that 27-inc- h ano examination in June under tho old Rivnla." my customers will in the future extend Uw at tho usuil time, and another on the Cii'lN.s Stai-lkiand Ty ler Baker, Cen- to me the same generous portion of their !M and Saturday under the new tre College students, of Columbia, visitrd natroniu'e they have so kindly done- in (or Friday white teachers and the two for color24-inc- h Kd White at Hubble from Friday until the past. W. II Shanks. ed, tnakinit four examinations for teachMonday Mr C. I). Powell, er's certificates in that month. After Gonk WKhT.-W- hen Maiiony accompanied Rev. K B Mil of l.ancftster, went up to his son Hiram's this year, wo will have only four examiMahony to his I,ondon appointment and morning, the young man nations each, the white to como the 3d spent from Friday till yesterday with the room the other was missing, but tho following note was Friday and Saturday in May, June, July members. "Don't be uneasy about me, I'm and August, and the colored the week Miss Anmc Sthaiii his gone to Parke-vill- found. right." Mr. Powell came here in following. to be an attendant at thu marriage all of him, but found that ho had of her cousin. Miss Mattie King, to Mr. search To AiiitAMiK roit thk Cadets A bought a ticket from Agent J, S Hico for John Webb. number of gentleman responded to our Hiram Powell is IS yearB old Mn. John W. Mookic, the cleverest Missouri. call (or a meeting to take steps for the and is paid to have run oil once before. man in Casey county, spent Sund.iv with entertainment of Capt. Henry Wygant's his daughters, Mrs. Kd Wilkinson and Friday battalliou from Central I'niveraity and '1 iik Lancaster Club came over MisaOvio Moore. and played n game of ball with the club their lady guests Mr. P. M.McRoberts Mkbsim. K. M Pkttvb and Charley here, and gut beaten by a score of 17 to was culled to tho chair and W. P. WalAdams, of Somerset, spent several days 18. An extra good feature of an other- ton acted as secretary. It was the unanwith Messrs. K. H. and W. A Pettus, of wise pretty rotten irame was a home run imous sentiment that our people should tho Gilberts Creek section. ; by George McKoberta with three men on entertain the visitor and inako their stay Miss Susie Lasi.ky has received alette bases. The battery for the Stanford as pleasant as possible. To this end from her brother, Mr. Thomas Lasley team was George Dunn and Will Hen- three committees were appointed and ,who has arrived safely in the Illue dricks anil for the Uncater, Will Dun-la- p tho members composing them earnestly No more credit. We aro now on a spot Fields in Nicaragua and gone into protit-abl- e e this cash basis. Danks, the Jeweler. and George Lusk. Al Florence gave requested to meet at the business. (Tuesday) afternoon at 3:30. satisfaction as the umpire. Mit. and Mks John W. Ykiikkh left A railroad man oflered Tho committee to select grounds for (t. A. U. Capt. George II. McKinney, for a few days' stay at Tathain the drill and picnic are: Mayor J. N to bet two to one the other day that the Springs Mrs. Owsley Kvans lias moved of this place, finished mustering in Col Menefee, chairman, S. II. Baughmanand Cincinnati Southern would not rebuild 1S1 al Hustonvillo s at Somerset, but erect into the Hatterton house, on South Silas Adams Post No. its Col. T. P. II ill. Saturday afternoon and the following of Fourth street. Danville Advocate. Of arrangements, J. B. Paxton, chair- them at Junction City. The tnovo would Mh. A. C Hoiiinson, who lias been in ficers were elected: Charles Wheeler, man, J. W. Alcorn, W. M. Bright, J. be the making of tho latter, but a deadColumbus, Go., with his brother, J. Commander; O S. Moore, Senior K. C. Walton and Mesdames ener to the capital of Pulaski. John Kllis, Junior Fleece ltobinson, since last January, has II S. Withers, J. N. Menofee, J. W. AlA. M. Fryo, Quaterinaster; Tjib elocutionary contest for young and reports him bo much betreturned corn, S. J. Kuibrp, L. B.Cook, J. B. Far mentioned recently in these columns Jamea H. McKinney, Chaplain; Will ter that he will bu at home in two weeks. ton, Smith Baughman, W. II. Wearen, J. Adjutant, and Levi Tnrpin, II. McAlister, Clifton Fowler, S. P. Stagg has about been arranged. It will be Wk had the pleasure of a ride over to Ollicer of tho day. Tho post has 21) Mrs. Bettio Cobb McKinney and Foies-tu- s given by Messrs. Joe F. Waters, S. W. Cincinnati the otlier day with Capt. H Menefee and K. II. Beazley and the priz members and its meetings will be held on Reid. I). McGrnw an his Hlno Grass Special Youug the first Friday night in each month. M. es will be liberal and valuable. The entertainment committee is P. and wo wero more than over convinced bulies from eight towns will contest as N. Saunders, chairman, that he is the cleverest conductor in tho It has been 30 years next Sunday since McRobertB, Logan, S. W.J.Menefee, W. II. follows: Lexington, Miss Catherine Rev. S. M. business. tho L. fc N. ran its first train into StanDarnaby; Richmond, Miss Amy Smith; Miss Kmylink Ai.k.xandkk, of Stan- ford, an occasion, which the older of our Shanks, Mesdames W. B. McKinney, W. Logan; Lancaster, Somerset, Miss to citizens will remember very vividly. It M. Bright, George L. Penny, J. II. Miss Alberta Anderson; Crab Orchard, ford, will arrivo in IUugin spend a few days with friends. It is was a long time before wc came here, but Baughman, John S. Owsley, Jr., and K. Mrs. Bessie Fayne Ohorry; Stanford, Mies whispered nround that a certain young knowledge of the event was recalled by P. Woods and Misses Jennie Warren, Kdna Muriel Courts; Uarrodsburg and Megraph operator will not be wearing a note from Mr. R. Leo Davis, of the Annie Alcorn, Fannie Shanks, Dollie Danville are yet to be filled. The conf uch a long face as a result of her coming Richmond Register, who in looking over McRoberts, Linda Owsley, Aune Shanks, test will occur at Walton's Opera House, to this place. Hurgin Herald. the files of that paper found the follow- Belle Denny. Jessie Cook, Ethel Beazley, June 19. . old friend, Judge Charles K. ing In tho issue of May 17, 1SG0: "The Mary Bruce, Pearl BurnBido, Clara LackOlr Hkrk'sYkr Mole. While Dr. J. F. ia now political reporter for the citizons of Stanford will give a grand ey, Janio Feland, Nannie Vandeveer to celebrate Adele Saufley, Mrs Lizzie McAlister. Peyton was standing on the streets of Cincinnati Enquirer, and ta usual with barbecue and dance Ho the event of the extension of the Leba- Also Messrs. W. P. Givens, Richard G. Atlanta, Ga., last week, where he was him, is showing his itnpreoa on it. Donny, Geo. Dunn, Uarve Helm, 0. L. attending the National Medical Associatells us thai his paper is a veritable gold non branch railroad to that place." man drove a tion, nn old Jones, T. W. Jones. mine, which makes a prolit of 11,000 a FheeSilvkk. A largo crowd gathered It ia hoped that each person named white mule by and stopped n short day, every day in tho year. Aa much Saturday afternoon to him. Turning to his companion, matter as the paper prints, he tells us at Hustonville Breckinridge, of Dan- will make it a point to be present this afhear Judge R. J. and assist in devising ways and Dr. Peyton said: "That is tho identical ternoon that often as many as seven and someville, expound his free silver doctrine. moans to make next Satureay a memo- mule I rode during the war, sure. It times 10 columns are crowded out after The judge is an eloouent and instructive rable day of pleasure (or our visitors. has certain blemishes, which a close exbeing put in typo. speaker and handled his pet subject Let us maintain the county's reputation amination will prove." They then apwith much force. Ho took a crack at (or hospitality in the broadest way and proached the driver and asked him how CITV A XI) VI CIS IT Y. Cleveland and Carlisle, denounced the show our appreciation of the compliold the mule. was. Tho old gentleman Timliiy fans at Shanks'. Courier Journal's stand on the money ment of the selection of our town for the said: ''This mule is years old. question in scathing terms, handled annual outing ol the Cadets by Capt. They frequently live to be over 50 when Hockkb, tine cigars. Okaio it siund money men withoutglovojand led Wygant. In order that our people may handled well." Upon examination the 0 A ereciAL line of tooth brushes, now his bearers to bolieve that the free coin- not be imposed on by outsiders, who blemishes or marks described by the age of silver la tho country's only Bavlor. may take advantage of the cheap rate on doctor wero found and the fact concluand good, at Penny's Drugstore. - m There are a good many free silveritea in tho road, tho college party will either be sively proven that it was the samo white She the genuine "Brown" cultivators the West Knd and they drank in with a uniform or so marked that they can mule ridden by him through the bloody pppming relish the judge's every utter-nc- in and Malta plows at cost. J. K. Van conflicts of 35 years ago. be easily recognized. grand-daughte- tin- Richmond liorec man, was here Sunday. Miss J knmk Smith In visiting Mm. Wil Until JoluiHon Rt Huston ville. Mim J. F. Cummins Iihh returned from a vlflit to her Bister at Ashland. Mhh. W. II. Di'DDKiiAit went to Louis ville yesterday to vinit her bouc Missis Nona Jutiiiih and tillen Kp- person, of Adnir, are visiting Mih H. F Powell. Janus B. Ok.ntiiv, n clever gentleman mid a good democrat, ih a candidate (or sheriff. Mipb La iu a Caiitkk Iihh returned from n plearant visit to Mrs. Hume Logan nt Louisville. Con. J. S Hi.riHOE ! ft Fridav to vis t Mrs. II. 1). Gregory, his atUraypon. Mhh. K. II. Oattc, of Wayne county, arrived Friday to vinit her daughter, Mrs Matt. S. Con in, Wk have turned ovo- - all our accounts to W. A. Tribblo for collection and you I)n. Kd Aliohn bought of F. B. Tw will'favor us by an immediato settle three bonds of Lincoln county, f.'00 inent. Hughes it Tate. each, at iar and accrued interest. Within tho next few few days I shall Lahh.h. If you WHitt the llneat goods cell on you personally for the amount in Canned Peaches you ever tasted go to you owe me and shall insist on all acWarren A Shanks' Model Grocery. counts being settled. Danks, the Jewid-w- ell eler. Chaki it HocKKii, rash druggists, will detective, John Soahii, tho give jou the loweat pricea on everyhas lit out from Newport. He Iihs had (iive ua a call and bu convinced thing, So get up and get from several places in City Taxis. Six per cent will be add- his time. Down at Junction City, he got ed to your city taxes if not paid by June into some of his devilment and was noti1. Pay now and Bavo costs. O.J. New fied that three days would be given him land, collector. to absquatulate. He did not have to be oil cook stoves arc com- invited to go the second time, for he Gasoi.ink and ing in now and we havo had ours tried shook the dust of the town from his feet and they gave perfect satisfaction. Ilig- - in less than two. gins k McKinney. Thk Hon. George Davison has made a KgH Closes ffiondav, ffiay iStsfo. r, . ,.J -,- W- e i - e This is not a "clearance sale," not a lot of undesirable stuff that would not sell but is our entire stock of new Fancy Silks and all the black and staple Silks as well. We are doing this simply as a big ' brings advertisement. It txtqcostly, out it rvk "Ktt more trade is a Tvf.vci nnr PUUlO wv uiu. wixj rvf.ViOT l vv o nrnlr tuuxuuwu kjj qvitt vuiiui e quo be only a IO qualities and prices 1TLeans. give you an idea of the cuts we will make for this week: REAL "KAIKT WASH SILKS V7 c yd. 50c Fancy striped Jap. Taffetas, 6 colors Price this week 30 cents. Persian Silks, 7 styles. Price this week 55c. All our $1 "Warp Print Silks, 7 styles. This week 75c. AH our $1.25 new Fancy Silks, 15 styles, "Will this week be 87 cents. All $1.50 Fancy Silks, 10 styles, will be only $1.12 BLACK SILKS, For dresses, for waists, for skirts and underskirts. 65c Brocaded Taffeta, all Silk, this week 47 90c Brocaded Satin Duchesse will go at 65c. $1 Brocaded Satin Duchesse for this week at 75c. Satin Duchesse, big bargain at $1. Elegant 75c Black Rep Silk will go at 57 2 cents. wide and heavy will be 75 cents. $1 do. Besides these we will offer a great many pieces of Silks not mentioned in above list and a great lot of REMNANTS, all of which will be offered very cheap. Remember that you are offered choice of the largest line of Silks in Central Kentucky at less than wholesale prices for one week. Don't miss it. 4-- VV l-2- 1-- 2 1-- 2, l-2- c. 1-- MAY 12TH TO MAY 18TH. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., Danville. M HA court-hous- WKLL-i'ObT- to-da- y Ladies' Simmer Underwear. Vests at Sc ioc, 15c, 25c, without sleeves, with sleeves. Pants 45c, union suits 50c. Vests 25c round-house- - er, la-di- jcw to 50c. keatfyer Belts Silk Webb Belts, 25c White, Tan and Black at 25c. to-da- y Ladies' Hose, 5c to 75c. Best 25c black hose in town; regular price 3 for $1. Fine plain and drop stitch fast blk. lisle thread hose, 45c. FINE CRASS LINENS. Grass Linens with embroideries to match. Grass Linen colored satin stripes, Stock was never more complete Kin-'cai- d, to-da- y at present. gray-hair- ed dis-(ro- m Severance & Son, Dealers in Dry. Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Carpets. m m m Are-dal- e. ' -. A quorum could not be drummed toTub Tribune bays that tho Liberty Fair is a certainty and that it will be held the gether and the city council held no meeting at its last regular time, so the license latter part of August. question is still an open one. Thk little daughter of Mrs. Lydia Car-ricMn. W. L. I'kaihs has leased tho of Louisville, who was eo ill when we mentioned her before, died Friday Green River Railroad (or three months and is running Beveral trains each way morning. She was the grand-daughtdaily between Yosemiteand Kingeville. of Mr. F.G. Brady, ol thia place. er & Semi-Weekly ihterior Journr Every Tuesday and Friday XEWSXOTES. is dead OrWfcen not so paid SU.fiO will be charged Mrs. Margaret Bowen, 121 at Uhicopee, Mose. April 1, Inst, was GO chiefs and ,275 men. A. ntranner atToloJo, O., hired a cofTho Spanish lost three generals, 20 field fin and bad his picture taken in it. officers, 272 subordinate officers and 4,- Miko McRea, colored, woh handed at &Y2 men. Ozirk, Ah,, for killing a man and hiB 1 According to the Spanish official report tho number of Cubnnn killed from years old, tho beginning of tho insurrection to J. S. OWSLEY, Jit A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dentist, Spring Cleaning. Now is The Time. Yty. Is a candidate lor Ccng'ess in thl, the Eighth District, subject to the action ol the Ucmoeialic JUDGE W. S. PRYOll racy. Is a candidate for Judges! the Cost it el Appeal for this district, subject to the will of tku democ- Stanford, Ky. OUiceovtr kS?l5SJ S K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. wife. ATTRACTIVE WOMEN i McRobeita' nrujr Store iu the Owsley Hullding. The meraberBof CounrpeH have raid- ed tho treasury by voting themselves an. 5 nual clerks. Is given to all who have accounts with me that Tho Cuban war. it ia estimated, is have been running ovei oudt 10 .ie m H" L&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. and ettle. W. li Wright will run the businest costing Spain $100,000,000 and 10,000 ...... t 37P m Good Goods and Low Prices is lor mc afir Annl otn aud I will be glad for Mo. as, Train going North., one .ot.a.e with him. m men annually. w, rf, Ktfi voa ye on tho I'are Kenn Srv Hull 3 13K Ki)MoNNunKy. Diidlerir, I I. Dswsnn, J II llright, R. C'bb, ta 04 pm the Thing. " South . K is, Hermau Silverman, a Cleveland, O., lliistonville, Kit Carter, It Chan :ell- r anl others who hsve it ...... t 03 p in ij.im M, O A I'KYTON.Hianf rd. Ky. boy had hie eyeB burned out while plity-in- c Agent for Lincoln County. CRESCENT. 9f jm QUEEN & with matches. Uenry Marshall, living near Peru, Trains pus Junction City at follows: Co., No. South The fellowlnp ordinance was pawnl at a i2o7pra No a North ...341pm Ind., plowed up an earthen pot contain" " 3 ...1 oopm meeting of the City funiU of Stanluid, Ky , 12.09 am " 4 " ' ...3.15 am ing $3,000 in gold and silver. 11. 3? urn " 6 April 10, ire, Indue form of law. h i ordinance $ " ...6 00 a m 8 35 p m ' to Ky. tliairand does t.ike effect Iroin and atlor its pub 9 While playing with her father's Bhot liiation, at follows, ml 9 Is the Place. Alice Smith fatally il'CY and Wagon Mak- gun All kinds of Carriage, tor than Junction City All trains stop there. For every iiuarter in a man's pocket there are a over tr dune. City Taxes Shall be Due on the inc and Ketvairiuir new. A Vthieles workedcharge shot her younger sister at Glapgow. dozen uses; and to use one in such a way as to deII. Kllllev hat and msdn eiud as a First Day of March, el tho painting depaitmrnt and guaranties hit The Senato paEsed a bill to appro- tie tho gteatcst benefit is Wequestion evety one, New Carpets, Matting, Wall Pa believe, however,1 mint solve for himself. wrk. (lotte.hhcciug a specialty and far cash on of these priate $30,000 to theTennesaee Centeniaj that no better use could be mnde of one of Cham- asy p'lsw or rrr.ONi ly. Accounts Uvc itt ol cacn mrmn. and After per, Furniture, Chairs, Window falling the asttssmeiit,tases by the isl day ol Juae quarters than to exchange it for. a bottle J II MKRSIION, to pay their for a building and $100,000 for the exhibit. berlaln't Colic, Clioleta and Diarrhoea Remedy,! j If Gltr.KK. the cent, thetealter shall Shades. Always ready to com lasts so due andpay su per whuh additional on sum a medicine evety family should be provided with. S fen additional A. II. KINI.tY unpaid, Francis Agnew, the contractor who be For sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. pare quality and prices. Make shall the charged to tlie Marshal in hia titllement built the great Manufacutrera Building City Council. with JOHN How to Treat ft Wife .. it a point to see me before buy- GEO. II. WK.ARKN. N MI.NKKEE, Mayor. at the World's Fair, ia dead at Chicago. Clerk. First, get a wile; second, be patient sou may At Detroit, Mich., a justice of tho have great trials and perplexities In your business, ing. but do not therefore, I will from now mi deliver the Stanford facterytt peace was sentenced to six years' im- or coatascted brow. carry to your home a cloudy Your wile may have trials, Ice regularly every morning, 1'rlce W. prisonment for criminally as8anltinga which, though of less magnitude, may be hard for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. girl. wonders In chasing frcm her brow all the clouds And see the new Hats at Mis Duddcrar t lem. To this we would add always a Deputy Sheriff Frank Adams, of of gloom Chamb.rlain's Couch Remedy keep the Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, pleot Kaihlon this week .Vrw I.egon. nwv In Any amonot between of bcttle l'anamis all the new Persian ertevls in rlnwirs All bills must poiltlvcly to and too lbs atnls.cln. each be paid the first sute 10 be needed house is the best Johnson county, deserted his family and socner orItlater. Your and iswill then know that Stanford, Ky. and Ribbons. Ilandsoiu. g.ods but Ijjw Prices K IIKl'.MKR, wife nth. Dress making done in tre latest stie and on short eloped with Mrs. Patsey Salyer, a mar- yru really care for her and wish lo protect her M I). Dl DDKKAM. notice. health. Pacific Health Journal. ried woman. MIIS. KAIK Dl DDKRAR. For sale by Craig & looker, Htanlord Ky. One of tho boy train wreckers in SHELBY & SHELBY, Curo for Ueudncno. I New York was sentenced to life impriF. U. HlIaBY. rroprloior, As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric other two wore given Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects sonment and the - - - KontuoRy. the M K London. We are ready to receive bids on a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual 40 years each. Absolutely Puro.i tick headache vlplilt tails inlliicnrr. We tirirp. Church South lobe built near Walnut Klat. Iltdi May , am bettsi Hotel will be to have It is probablo that the case against all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give j Kentucky. plansel received until now atitt. Sic:ifiCJtioos and Srtparsdmovedaverray nw every andlha public the tatenor Journal a fair cases to arcommodat bulldlHl are than A. cream of tartir baking pow- Alonzo Walling, charged with complic- this remedyr.iccinc trial. In cures ol habitual con- - JUnCtlOD City, oy giving me Kor further Imorrnation apply to the convenience dt ortiee. attachol and stiptiion timers lirad, Give me a call, tew Doweis neeaeoione a. der. Highest of all in leavening ity in the Pearl Bryan murder, will be hst theuse ollouie medicin anu Try it cases long re- - ...... ,,,, .. -- ....... t..,....your1. ........ v... ..uildlag Corrmme. at . this or.ee Large Restonab'e FRANK RIL.EY, n A rortinn of patronage Is K. K. GMNKS tot tics oalv so cents at W li. Mc Roberts' Drug retpectfury Rates. fall strength. Latest United States continued until lS (m. soli.ited Store.. J C TfCKhR, Report. CommlllMc Oicar Weaver was probably fatally ,4 (j 23. Miss Mary Johnson, of Athens, this CO. shot by James Case at Winchester. Case SOYAL BAKING POWPER uncalled to see Weaver's sister, when tho State, was callil to her door by anabout A Kew tress Making Establishment. New York. known party and terribly beaten latter ordered him out of the house. the head anil faco with a club. DOC DRVE. Five thousand people atsembled rt CARlrSLt tl.ULEV Having completed my course In the French BUCK EYE Tan rini? Srstem ol Cutting ai.d l'Uliiig I oiler Catlettsburg Sunday to witness a base , tny services lo & ball game. After one inning had ben : : Ky. played every interested person was arProprietors And Vl. Inily, feeling assured that I au please rested. , Office en LuLCitter Street, at lleudtnce. II you want a No Huggy, one worth every I found in the rear w rk. 'Araisiinjy wi!) oe CURES NOTHING BUT PILES J Ihem wifi myDucderars will he Slcre and w.ll Mililnet) It is thought that the bodies of all dollir you have to pay fcr it. and one that Muggy Mrs. Kate guaranteed to give you satisfaction and a " MMM ). wjii ,tn ,r ,.Ij it aishiaf wutk. in my Una STANFORD. KY. the people buried in the ruins of tho right, go to SURE and CERTAIN CURE J , ,i MUS WM .Kkll.Slafoid. ID. HorJrt handled under Saddle and in Harness, building wrecked by a gasoline explosion 'i tnnuin 1nr in vnnrs ns tho rordsters and at Cincinnati have been recoved. nd prepared lor sale. Tho Hustonville, Ky. Ho will not handle shoddy BEST REMEDY for PILES. tadcKt rs bought and scld on commission Good SPRING, 1896. Farm N . .ontains 1,1 acres In Wsahinglen 110 nas some lieauillul Surreys ami i'aae stun fcarf .rcile trie and best stables in the country. 8 death list is 11. county, Ky the gnmier part f whKh It in grass; MOT.n it v ai.i. nitrsJtJiHTs. tors. Th genuine Malta Cultlvato a a d Plos. well watered, wills good lmpifrvcHt.HU, lliflud-Blue-Gras- s The Chesapeake and Ohio earned the best in ure, as all farmers will til ou Got) rreTsniTSiiAs:::'.! -- is .. vz.ir.'zn new metal roof lulci hara fjr lo act J W McGlNN'IS. COOK atop. J. 1 his farm It situaud iu what s prwiaunte-$315,211 in April, an increase of J70.S33 see him and save ycur money the -- Charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. best district in Kentucky far White "jrlcy Since over the same period last year. All iindt ef Fiult anJ Ornaneatal Trees, t cHnfoitabli re.ldtoce hosts,'. Mnes, Mirubi, Mnall Fruif, V.parsgMS, UraiHt money. July 1 the road has earned $S,522 9S:), an THOMAS Y. I arm No. a contains s0 acres in aame locality, c. No agents. It y direct aed save .Strawberry and general catalogues oi plication with brick dwelling Large sums and tobacco increaee of $039,2S3. II. K HILLKSMKYKR. barns. One ol the best improved farms in the to DANVILLE, KY., l.eatuglon, Ky i Telephone sjj. J. W. Showalter, of Georgetown, county. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds will play the famous Berry seven games loth farms are in ft ne slate of reeivattsn, wed I depot, tcboals. Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet 1 watered 011J (cn.e.1. Uowto K of Carriages. of chess at Boston, beginning the 120tb. market and on a Hue turnpike ilane rot miormatioii app.y tj ien.l'ins a Specialty. Work work and warrant--- The purse will be fi.OOO and the winner Articles. A full assortment always kept' in stock done when lo give satisfaction. All J N SAINDKRS I am back from the vines with everything that will be the champion of the U. S. 10 rircrmsed. All accounts due when work is Manford. Ky. and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. visit - .nH ,,rit. m the Millinery line i. 90 Your patronage solicited. The British consul has intervened lo my store will couvince you thai this stock Is . tli most complete. in the natneof his government on beMaterial. Elegant line Linens and : IIEAZLKY, MISS L1C-- Ihalf of his majesty's subjects captured 7. : & SUnfjrd, Ky on the Competitor and under sentence of death in Cuba, and this government Kontucky, Ouaiaatcrt First Class work In every paMlcu. fHUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY, will do likewise for her citizene. Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at ar. Prices reasonable. Hit had ij yeart' e.p. -- : T 7 Jamts Watoon, on goinR to his home rienc ON IMI'KOVKD KAIIMS ..,,. ., , Offers hit services o the people of West Lin- 91 3 Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. Full itocic 01 comnt at uennetta, 16X., IOUHU Dam -- pin aud Casey Counties. lllis, niB ... naramoitr.. -in the house with her. ndCtakeUwaysoahs.no. per rent . semi an , at In Lincoln county, Ky va D.S. Carpenter, juansger. nual interest; no commission charged Address G. Co aiaon wunoui a woru 01 warning pun-e- d tOKO W DAVY Rovm 17, Kenyon Building, Louisville. Ky. For blank applications and fur I CALL ON- a pistol and killed his wife, after ol J N. Saunders, At-OF STANFORD, KY., ther information, in iJir torney. Stanlord, Ky. which he Bhot and eeriously injured Is now fully .organired and ready tor business will Willis. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. The present drouth ia tho most seSTANFORD, KY., Surplus, . vere felt in this section in many years, -- 0,000. ' r Mail for onlv n Cents. ,i., Key Checks, Metal Cheektof the sprinR-o- f 18S9 belnp; the only season toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL for llairs'aire and Key OK STANFORD, ell kinds, Badges, Do; License Checks gen- as bad. The hot weather reached its If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. Nun closingUANKwith the same. Ricgs, Chains, ,vc Stampini; on Metal and 1). Elmoie's store, highest point yesterday, when the therupi M asatU and under eral repairing. Shop over the management. S6 We can interest you in both goods and pn- eStaaford, Ky. mometer reached 94 degress. (Jouriei- - making your selection. Ky provisions of itt chatter, depontora axe as Withes to thank Ins Irieods and neighbors for fully protected aa am dcpcaitota Journal. ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from 55 to 5 15. their patronage ind respectfully asks to oe re- Hanks, its shareholders being held in NalieaaJ membered in the future Mr i.ranvllle Haley liaolc to the etteat of the amount of individually Marion French, son of B. F. French, their stock will bo tound ready to serve you at anr time, therwu fneii notoriety, was to su amount at the par value the rent, iu addition to the of niccline ol Caskets, Colha., Kobes, Ac invested in such shares It may act si 113m lect from always on hand. caccutor. auininittrator, tru.u-cshot and killed on the streets of Hind-ma- n Ac, as fully at J K. BARKER, Proprietor, sn individual. Botli Saturday, by John Roberts. To those who entrusted their buislncit to ut fUosnerset, - while muaging the Lincoln National liana ol Roberta and youiiK French lived in btautonl, we we here leader our many thtuiki and In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to 54 per pair. Par Day. Rates TWO DOLLARS trutt they will continue to transact their bunausc Breathitt county. The kil in had no ' n Special inducements to Cash Buyers. Remember we are the .exclusive agettt for the with ut, ottering at a guarantee for prompt Latgo connection with the old fued. to ibw, out refumlsheu throughout, Reriodeled and ; e.perioce ia celcbrafd tanking andas literal accowtnodaUeiu as are t C.nimodious Sample Kooms. Shortly before his death, Hamilton with sound banking. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. Falls Branch Jellico Goal, 47 I'nMtiyt and polite service to guests. Oisston, tho reat saw manufacturer, of of everybody Aluothat it will be to the intereat J J. WtiUatat, Mt VcritM; Philadelphia, passed tho 'examination to call and tee our clean D.nnostlr Nut Coal. . II. Shanks, Manford; STANFORD Prices the very lowest. We par tnsj casa at the IGOO.OGO more life insurand took out mil es, 5KZ2i2iszmi3m&izz3&zzizBznm? a price. therefore are able to sell at the lowest J.tS.iOwtlcy, Slanlord; ance. The autopsy showed he had had and tee us Come S J. Kaibry, Stanford j FEMALE : COLLEGE. heart disease for some time.which proves makesred ashea.no cinders. (iooJ Falls llranch 11 ctr Falls llraiich Nut lie; In J. II Owtley, StaaforJ; STANFORD. KY. dian Mountain Jellico Nut li cts ; North Jellicu that doctors can't always sometimes tell. JK Casa, Stanford; Those prices are fcr CcmI delivered Lump ire William Gooch,. Slanlord; lor Coal at our house charges are onu cent less. WILLIAM SIIELTON, President. A. W. Carpenter, MllledguvilU, Tho Harrodsburj:Sayin;3,'ive8 apace NOEL A .SON. W 'H. Cumunni, Preachers ilia RS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lndy Principal. to this stuff: Judge Davison said that he S. H.h.rxt.'I'resi.Jrot, That I am closing out the stock bought from Hughes & Emma L, Mania, residing Teacher in the feared Mr. John B Thompson more than Miss Dr.y.'H. UwtJey, Cashier, Study Hail; Tate at Prime Cost ? It will pay you to investigate our any other man who had been mentioned W M. llright, Teller. Music DeMiss Mary Cowen, PrincipsI ol the Law.l Attorney for the seat to which ho aspires. He prices and goods if you are interested in partment; - Hiss Mary I Harris, Principal of the Depart- said that whilf-- t he was naturally desiNATIONAL BANK ments of Art aud Elocution. rous of seeing Hon. J. SamOiVsley, his the Court Office on Lancaster Street, opposite OF STANFORD, KY'. Second Session Begun Wednes- fellow townsman, the nominee of the House Collection! receive especial attention. S3 democratic party, yet he thought he day, January 22. Capital Stock could beat any candidate the democrats THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, And care to save the retailer's profit. The stock is full For terms, &c, send for Circular or call .at the would put up with more ease than he Surplus .....- College. and clean and we can please you in any of our various "W. could accomplish the defeat of Train ease Stanford 4:30 p m. y a. to., returning 11 1 Why Is one woman attractive and another no'' The most admirable nod Mtractivo thing about an Kveybndy omj is her womanliness, attractive edmrcs a womanly woman She must have health, of course, bee wise without it she would leo the brightness ot her eves, the fullness nl her cheeks tier vivacity. Real health must mean that a woman is really a woman. That she is strong mil perfect in a icajtil wav. at well at in eveiv ether That Is sh; is capable of performing the duties of maternity Some are born with what ia called "constitutional weakness." Those who do not en Joy perfect health need only take the proper and the proper remedy to become perI)r Pietce's Favorite ' fectly ll ind stroug. Prescription will curenny derangement of the dis- tinctly feminine organism. Send at cents in one cent stamps to World't Dispensary Medical Association, Hullalo, N. V , and receive Dr. Pierce's iocS pane 'Commou ' Sense Medical Adviser," illustrate:!. - Spooial Invitation llSt3&Si Stanford, WITHER ' City Ordinance. tt rep-i-la- St. Asaph Carriage eight-year-o- ld j KCllilo WITHERS, Coma On, Como All. 1 POWDER Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, To Contraptors ""fo THE 1 RILEY HOUSE ! Gov-crmxe- ut I DR, W. PElTITTr. TABLER'SDII 32XI:ET D-Vr:E- Buggies, Cultivators. 1 OINTMENT rilli K The Ladies of Slanlord, Dentist, Stanford, 4" I and Sale Stable First-clas- -- -- I s S. Carpentor, TwoFar msForSale. i sjsENrJ7rcrsisti Nurseries. . m SHAW, PENNY'S DRUG STORE TO THuS AjDI2S - i T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, Penny's Drag Store ATTEHS. Ilrleklayer Stonecutter Stanford, F. ... MONEY To LOAN L. PENNY, Executor. Farmers Rank&Trnst F. G. BRADY, vr CLOTHING! CLOTHING Ij. I o. McWhortsr, rhm-Vsh- VNDERTAKEK, SUCC-SS- OH ss-n- e l&MEB HOUSE, fi French-Kverso- le Kentucky. Can Not Be Excelled. , , Coal, Coal, Coal. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. i.ty alien-ua- coa-usta- nt Y0W KS0W Cl W. S. 3XJrC13:, Domestic conomyr Stanford, at Kentucky. FIRST 3100,000 Portland. w San Francisco. Thomp- 3UU. ..To the NOllOTB-WIES- T ..Via The "?;) lO'JlSVIltt Hlw ALSAItt t CHICAGO RtKfl Only Dining Car Route From Tho State prohibition convention will meet iu Coviuutuu, May 25th and 20th. Geo. W. Bain and John G. Wool-lewill address a maw meeting, Monday evening the 25th. One nd fare for tho round trip will be given by all railroads leading to Covington or Cincinnati. There are now 85,200 government emploves under civil service rules. y one-third lines. W. P. TATE, u Stnford. "i" .i i n t aaaa w rw. ' - - THE VI I I 1 1 I I I I I li-V- .,. UU . !.. I I fvS wi4L n I JGl N WW l. I TLOUXSTTXIXIS Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleeven of Modern Pattern. For inapa or any information, address Tho Dlacovory Saved Bla Life, Mr, G. Colliouette, druggist, Beavcisvllla. HI. says: "To Dr. Kina's New Discovery I owe inv :v 1 if- ir. - . life. whs . laiceu wia ia grippe anu tried all the . physicisns f jr miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King a New Discovery in my store, I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is woith its weight in vi liMMiivif OU -- f a V" MHibl- BErs9 - invited to the far "'ok n Stanford Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutuprovisions of the National Hank Ac- al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can te"?."..," no X the capital write you all the most favorable plans 01 Inttir the stockholders1 liab.Iity lur ance. He aiso represents the old reliablo Central amount e.1Ui to the stock. ,0 that depoiitori aa 0 Tobacco warehouse of Louisville, Ky., ana win ,shl,A",',Ut'0n ' "eu"a by f"J ...-.- -. be glad lo have a liberal share of your patronage. ...nuuto,, ui me condition of Woo can be m.n?Vf.Chye",0,he Uui,ed States the bank Will be teady to conler all the favors that given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance assets are esamlned at sUled timet mentt made on consignments, both in the warenJ.7.n,?!Ir " hu wutiugadditilooa house and country. 1 will be at Stanford every ind safety 10 depotitort. day. Parties wantmir hogsheads, puzos or court or,B,a'ly etubllshed at th money should address mo at l'alut Lick, Ky, Deposit Bank of Stanlord in i8j8, then 69 6m Prompt attention guaranteed. i.a a. the National Hank of Stanford in iS6.Md aMn',V?rk'i"t.aa,cU'? Ki"' National ll.uk ol M S. ItAUGIlMAN. J. W. BAUcillMAn, !i?ya iu.,S8'' lV" bad P"ically an umnter- N8-""- M. JO3CTS01T, ,.'.? ntVn ?f ,h? PubUc llnl,b,.V" ,he "lr " 23,700 TO CHCGO. f . Try one for 30 Days and if don't like it don't take it. JWee tniANKJ.RElD.i Agent, G. P. H.BACON Lou'lsvlfle Chicago. gold. We wont keep store or house without it." (Jet a free trial at W. B. McRobertt' drutr store. 3 beim -Arnica Salvo. The best salve in the world for cats, bra.'seu sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and aU akin eruptions. Jit positively curea piles, or no pay repuired. It is .- Iuarantced to eiva -trde,lor M.IDLO. for cash or In my home leather on- r.fnnHt. Tnrm tr Dcrlict - t n. in OttonFor .... eWtdayaatSUnlordorat W.B.McRoberu, druggist. . Chaj. -- nnstin, lanner. Be sure to call for Motion Route. Denver. St Paul. uclln's Greatest Washer of the Age m '2MIK!li m -- BBr? JffiSPt v M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiSTOKs- - LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. first-cla- ss Try one and you will never any other kind. ti.ft;nn .' " & FAERIS 8c HARDIN. -- Vfjfr siam lorrte.:lnour BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-cla- II yon need livery give as a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See us ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully soUc- The Directory ol this Dink is composed ol rorettua Head, Lincoln county; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; J. H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Haydan, Stanford; S. II. Baughan,l Lincoln; J. S. Hocksr, Stanford; W. A. Tribblo, Stauford; M. O. KImore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, ataaford; K. U Tanner, McKinnsy; ,cl'lal1 for trantacUn f. 7T lyandlberaUy than evor before butineit prompc in its aid honorable career. Accounts of corporations? fidu- J. 8. Hoclur, Prc-de- nt; 1JM'J'Ml".Wt..Yrnon,Ky . prices. work aud satiiactory Tiy onr horse thoer. Jno. J. McRobertt, Caihter; A, A. McKinney, Atit.Cajhitr -- i