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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896052201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxv. Mch'IXXEY. LANCASTER, OARRARl) COUXTY. MiesKato Uoglo'e Bohool will clofOi this week. The younR folkn eiirprlaoil thoMlauefl Tanner last uIrIiI and epont a very enjoyable ovcmirjg. -- A IUiary scclety liaa been organiz ed at this placo, to meet every two weeke ThoeodeHlrinKcholoo i STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 22. 1896. mt. verxox. NO. 24 l,e SOMEWHAT LOCAL. cut Ih wore for TheC. U. and Centro College will Hie imisicalea 'iitu! contest, call on J. 0. crocs bats at afterDanville Thompson ' noon. UiejtnpilH iiithii7ih k'rndoof tho Sim Baylor's residence in Bell coun Illirh School will d.y'H outing ty was destroyed by firo and one of hiH SatnnUy on the iMiiks of the Ktuituuky children was cremated. ltiver. -- Tho K. O. O. A L. shops Bt Middles. Some of thuydrdenHin this vicinity boro havu been onThurulay nihtc. closed, throwing about and Shan- are very far advanced. IVai will in a few' 25 men out of employment. Mesetfl. Thomas Walkor non McKinney wont to Oinclnimti Sun- iIhj-- lie one of thu dinner diahea and po- - j Now for a hot fight. Tho Somerset day. Mr. Cicero Gooch and wife nro the Utoea and beans will aoon follow. Paragon says: An order was made last a nop whb Kivon liiiUHdny evening Monday by the county court that PulasuilRKlnnf Mr. W. It. Gooch. who is B .. . i brother of the former. miq. James L.row hi uio .Masonic ..nit by the young lllt'll ki county hold an election ou the 3d of and children are vialtiInirMre. J. II Van- in houor of Mias Mutnie Luwie, of Louie-- . August on tho question of local option. ' ville, a ('banning vinilor in our city. hook. John B Grtllagor, of Louisville, won Invitations havo been received burn the first Miss Mnrv Lyons Is recovering from in the the Southern Interan attack of malarial fever. Mr. Bow- - by the friends ot Miiwea Klizi Anderuoti state oratorical contest at Danville Wed Smith ia improving elowly. Mrs. T. S. land Tally Orand to tho commencement uesday night, a diamond studded gold Klncaid, of Clinton, Tenn., Ib visiting her czuiciaea at Hamilton College, May 2! medal. A dozm colleges and universi-- Next week promises to be u gala one' daughter. Mrs. Walter Gamer, thiH ties wero represented. The judges were place. Mies Mollio Wright baa returned here. Monday will bo court day. Hon. Jero R. Morton, of Lexington; a republican mans convention Judge from a visit to her mother at llustonvillo-AlWilliam II. Beckner, of WinchesBibb loaves for Chicago in a few Friday evening a musicale and Saturday ter and Hon. J.(C, Beckham, of Shelby days, whore he will join his father. Mlta evening tho contest at thu ville. The next content will be held at r The hearts of many Garrard citizens llattie Buchanan and Mr. Charllo the University of Texas in May, 1S97. drovo down from Crab Orchard and were made glad Wednesday by the much M. M. Brittou, a convict from Pulasspent Sunday with friends here. Messrs. needed, gentle and refreshing rain. More ki county, has brought habeas corpus J. R. Rout, F. M. Ware, J. II. Vanhook particularly are thu farmers rejoicing, as proceedings before County Judge Wiland Mac Williams went down to Somer- their crops wero injuring for want of liams for his release from imprisonment set yesterday. Miss Ida Merle, of Tenn- rain. and for a construction of tha convict There will be a republican mass con- "good time" essee, is visiting her sister, Mrs. James law. He began his term of Robinson. Charley Ware, of Danville, vention at tho Wednesday Bervice a, few days before the law went has been visiting his uncle, Mr. 1 M afternoon to select delegates to the intoellect. Judge Williams held that convention to nominate a Ware. the law allowing seven days in each Davison seems to have tho month applies to prisoners convicted beJVXCTWX CITY. mcendency lu this county. fore the law was passed in 1893 as well aa Your reporter has just beheld tho after. This will release fully 250 conK. Uaper got his linger cut oil at tho valuable gem now on exhibition at J. O. victs from the penitentiary. plauiug mill. Sopor, of Danville, f pent Thompson's, which will be given as a Henry Roddick, the negro who waa Miss Nora Sunday with Mr. and Mts. W. T. Rich- priza in the contest May 30. It is a convicted for arson in firing tho hotel at dainty gold necklace with a pendantof Lancaster, in which Pascoe, his mother-in-laardson. and child, of Cincinnati, are beJ. Newton Craig baa bought a tract 10 poluieJ stars and 30 pearls with diaof land from Mark Anderson and will mond centre. The star cau be detached lieved to have perished, has been telling aud worn as a pin. a reporter that he ia innocent aud says cut it up into town lots. Tho cut worm, or army worm as it is "that if he is pardoned and given four Mr. W. S Milton baa bought two nice lots and will begin at otico improv- sometimes called, is very destructive in months' time he will find the man who some parts of this county. A number of fired the hotel. Reddick says that Mr. ing them by putting up cottages. to farmers have found their wheat so near Paecoe did not perish in the fire, but Mr. James Calvert was called Somersot Tuesday to take part in the ly destroyed by them, that they have ' left Lancaster tho morning the hotel turnetl their hogs into the fields, hoping burned, in a buggy. Reddick eaved the band there to pl.t; for thu G. A. R. Our echool closes Friday by giving thereby to save tho rest of their crops. life of Gov. Bradley's daughter some an entertainment at night. Music will In other localities they have not as months ago." Look out for a pardon for him. be furnished by tho Junction City band. yet appeared. Speaking of the O. U. cadets' visit to -- Quito a curiosity is to be found in were bore yesterTho R. It. otllcials Stauford. old Tip says in his Climax: day looking out a suitable place to put tho upper part of this county. Norman The expedition was perfect in every the machine shops. Junction City is Argo, a colored man only 3 feet 7 Inches not an accident or mishap- not a in height, lives with Mrs. Margaret Arsure to got them. go, having been in her employ for many mistake. It was a jolly good outing, and years He was an occupant of tho orig everybody that wont was sorry thnt all WAYXESIU'RQ. And the inal "Undo Tom's Cabin" on thu farm his or her friends didn't go. Mr. and Mrs. Elliscn Padgett are of Mr. Peter Kennedv. Tho little man, people of Stanford w'y from Commanboth very poorly. or pigmy aa ho appears to be, is more dant Wygantdown to tho urchins, who "A Miction" is tho subject for Fri- than IK) years old but very active and stood ou the roadside an J watched the day night's prayer meeting and Bible train go by, inclnding the boys who does a good deal of work. reading. cocked the cannons) and pulled the trigMies Mary Dunn, of Danville, is the Quito a number of our citizens guest of Mioa Betsy Robinson. R. M. gers thereof, and especially tho soldier the G. A. R. r union at SomerKnox, of Louisville, has boon in Lancas- boys and the pretty girls and old maids sot thic week. ter the past week on business. James A. and married people who wero along all Everybody regreta the accident to Henry, of Louisville, was hero this week unite in praising Stanford and its people; 0. C. Gooch, which will render him a the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. more especially the people. Carriages, cripple for life. He is doing very woll at Solon Henrr. Mrs. D. M. Lackoy visit- dinners, (lowers, nods, bends and breezes Perkins & Reddiah'a hospital at Somer- ed everything free and in abundanco. All Danville friends. Misses Allco Hud-so- u set. were sorry whenithe time was up to aud Mattie Walker will leave in a Harrison Keith and K. W. Caldwell, faw days to bo the guests of 'relatives in come home. M. who were arrested by Deputy Sherill The lOih annual encampment of tl o Richmond. Misses Ella and Maud Moore, G. Reynolds for disturbing religion worG. A. R. of Kentucky was! hold at Som of Dinville, are visiting their cousin, ship, were tried before Squire Faulkner Miss Sallie Lou Mvers. Dr P. T. Greene, erset beginning Tuesday, with largest atTuesday and each fined 120 and costs. of Now Albany, Ind., spent several days tendance in years. Capt. S. M. Boone delivered the welcoming address. Gov. tnis wuek in our midst. CUV T WIX HAXDS VOWS. Married, Wednesday morning at tho Bradley and stall were) on hand 'and To the EJIloroIthe Interior Journal. residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and viuwod the procession from the courtI fully appreMrs. Solon Honry, their second daugh- house balcony. Thu lino.'of ;march was Pa his, May IS While prompting you ter, Miss Hattie, to Mr. E. II. Smith, of formed in thu public square. First came ciate the kindly motivo in mentioning my name as a candidate Eldorado, Arkansas, by Rev W. P. Nel- tho Sons of Veterans 500 strong, led by for thu nomination at the hands of tho son. Attendants, James A. Henrr and the Louisville Fife andjDruin Corps, democracy of Lincoln county for the Miss Millie Douglas, Robert Henry aud then the Uniform Rtnk of K- P., tho oflice of aweaor, I desire to correct tho Mies Bettio Henry. Mr. and Mm. Smith G. A. R. Htair and members, veterans fitatement wherein I am made to pay that left at once fjr their home in Eldorado. and citizens. There) was fully 4.0C0 in "I think I can win the nomination with The bride is an attractive, deserving tho parade and Somerset had within her Gov. bands down." I can not conceal the young woman, well fitted to adnm her gates upward of 10,000. .visitors. Bradley, Gun. Hohaou,; Judgo Morrow fact that the gentlemen already avowed new home. Thu groom, a candidates for the same oiUue are men of businees young man. Besides being and Col. KeLy made speeches. The elecand of strong indi c (shier of thu bank of Eldorado, ho is tion of ollicors resulted in Capt. Amoricus character and ability vidual and family influence, aud should also connected with a flourishing hard- Wheedon, of Louisville, being elected department commander. Gen. E. II. I succeed in defeating one or all, I will ware establishment. Hobson waa endorsed for commander-in-chie- f have won a victory of which I might and Loxiugcou as the next place of HUBBLE. justly feel proud. Therefore I do not meeting. Somersot waa in holiday nttire, thought hug the delusion or cherish the Good rains in this community havo with the gayest of bunting fluttering that I can win "with hands down." greatly revived everything. from every window and housetop, and Please do me the kindness to give this D. C. Terhune, of Boyle, wbb here all the streets were thronged with the space in your valuable paper. buying maro mule colts for $30 to $15 for country people, while the public square M. F. Klkin. Very truly yours. the best. was one soothing mass ofjhumanity. J. S. Minor and son, Ed, are arrangCommencing May 17th the Chesa- ing Seventy-nin- e years ago waa tbe year to begin a $14,000 contract in Cincinpeake and Ohio railway put on a nati in a few days. without a summer. Frost occurred ev sleeper to New York from Lexington Thero will be preaching at Bright'a ery month in the year 1810. Ice formed a without change. This sleeper will loavo school-hons- o Sunday night, and will con- half inch thick in May. Snow fell to the Lexington on the "F, F. V. Limited" Dai-a- t tinue through the week by Bro. TinBloy. depth of three inchea in New York, and 11:25 a. m and arrive at New York Dr. J. G. Carpenter was called to see also in Massachusetts in June. Ice was Heretofore this 12;50 noon next day. Wm. Robinson a few days ago, who is formed of the thickness of a common sleeper hu boon cut off at Washington, considered Very ill of lung trouble. Al- window glass throughout New York on but under the now arrangement a pas len Alderidge, living on Steeta branch, tbe 5th day of July. Indian corn was bo senger can get in the sleeper at Lexing- got hia bouse burned, with all its con. frozen that the greater part of it waa cut ton and remain in the same car until its tents this week, with no in August and dried for fodder, and the insurance. arrival at Now York. The Chesapeake farmers Bupplied themselves from tbe & Ohio railway has the advtntage over Froo Pills. corn produced in 1815 for the seeding of ' Snd address & Co., other lines, not only in equipment and Chicago,your get a tree to II. K. Bucklea . King's the spring of 1817. and sample box of Dr dining car service, but is several hours New Life Pills. A trial wjll conviuc you of their merits. These pills are easy la action and are "Is this hot enough for you?" asked tho quickest route in each direction. particularly effective ia the cure of constipation m and sick headache. For malaria and liver troub. 8atan. invaluadle. They are Ie they have "Purty warm." admitted the newly arThe $25,000 awarded a Chicago wo- guaranteed to been proved free from every delete be perfectly loss ol both feet may seem nous euusiaace ana 10 do purely regataDie. 1 ney rived oldest inhabitant, "but I rememman for the do not weaken by their action, but o y jpving tone high, but the Jury probably made the to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the ber some 50 years ago, when it waa so " Tiiera. Regular site award on the cuplc measurement of the U. AlcKoberts, druggist.ajc per oox. Sold by Yf. dnrn kot that The attendant imps at a signal, seized wm not feet, in which case the verdict him and ahoved him down seven atoriea All Free. too Urge. Those who have used Dr. king's New Olscor of bananas shipped ery kaow its value and those who have not, have nearer the bottom which isn't there. The quantity now the opportunity from West India and adjacent porta into vertised druggist and to trya it free. Call on tho ad- Indianapolis Journal. get ttial bjltle free. . Send your to H. X, Bucklea the United States amount to 14,000,000 get a namebottle of Dr. King's& Co., Chicago, and Tho leading professional billiard trial Now Llie PiIIsa bunchee annually, valued at considerably welt as a copy of Guide to Health and Household nlivurs havft formed a comnanv with Instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do capital stock of $7t0,000 to fight the bil over 120,000,000. you good and cost you nothing at W. U. drugstore. ia raging in Egypt. liard uoie monopoly. Gholara ' rockcastleco. j ' i ...... - p-i- ze Wed-m-ada- y f court-hous- e. Gar-no- court-hous- e Nich-olaavil- le Cou-grerjsm- w rf-sp- - J - well-to-d- o Congratulations aud best wishes for ; the welfare of the junior editor. VJ II Y II !l II il 1 IIJ U II 11 II Thero will be speaking for free Bilver ELcV O XUL ZL& 214 IklV at this place court day, 25th inst., John, 'i S. Rhea or P. Watt Hardin ia expected to We have just what you want in Bright Colors. here. j!, An abundant rain refreshed theX nnrrrlHll Vdoullllnn . , , ......... lant U'lilnnoitm. 'll .. UU.., UU..J Many persona have not planted their gar dens yet Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, Tho entertainment given by tho Mt. it -' Wagons and Plows. Vernon Cornet Band was well attended and very much enjoyed. A nice sum i ii V wn? taken in at the door. ' Come in and look through our samples of Paper. New- Wild strawberries arc on the market X est and Latest Designs. a' 35c per gallon. Chorries and berries are about all that the provident hnnee-- j it W! B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky . keeper can depend upon for preserves t 0 f J - - .i this summer. Mr. J. K. McClary has received no information vet of the whereabouts of his boo, Willie, who recently conceived the idea of starting out in the world to eirn hia fortune alone. Willie ia a smart, handsome and attractive young man and we doubt not will do well in bis chosen .DEALERS IN. profusion of music. It Is thought thnt heia in Chicago. " ' n i i r3i Dr, A. G. Lovell will endeavor to have the products of this section well represented at the Tennessee ExposiPainters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. tion. The world has yet to learn of tho vast wealth which nature has stored away in the Uockcistlo hills, but when once tho tideturna this way it will rush : 3f Give us a call and be convinced. upon us like an avalanche. We hare received an invitation from the senior class of Hamilton College to attend the commencement exercises, T"T"f-f"f- 'which will be held May 27th at 10 A. m. The class is unusually large this year, wv.v, f..AAAtV. V AWXAAAAwVV AAAAAAAAA.'eAAAAAAAAAA.'t r; ?y vfj" w1 m? t ?v consisting of 2S members. Mias Mary ; V " V W VVY 7WW7 7WVW5 v tii rvw v tt .w jwtv. Weber, the handsome and talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weber, graduates this year. The commencement exercises of the is offering Great Bargains in all Of Hustonville, Mt. Vernon Institute will be held this ct lines for the next 30 days. e zoning, the participant are Misses Mag-giMcOlary, Lina Kennedy, Ida May A lama, Mary Green, Lena McOlure, May 3& Cox, Mrs. W. J. Sparks and Messrs. Sim 2S Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. Davis, Edgar Albright and McKenzie i Brown. A large attendance is expected-ThGreatly-Reduceschool closed after a prosperous session under the excellent management of Prof. J. M. Walton, who has labored Come before it is too late. James Frve, Hustonville. for tbe welfare of our people during the past year. Mrs. Martha Schooler is visiting rel- atives here. Mies Alico Lewis has been quite ill. Mr. C. O. Williama has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks have returned from Louisville. Elder Joseph NEEDED. preached to a large audience here Sunday. Mr. B. II. Joplin has returned after a lengthy sojourn in the West. No introduction is needed to our Meedamea Hugh and Miltou Miller havo method of doing business, nor to returned from a trip to Louisville. Miss the value of our Cox, of Danville, ia out to attend the commencement. Misa Mattio Williams is visiting Mrs. Frank Brinkley, Louisville. Mrs. Georgie Rice will attend tbe Midway commencement. We have the Best Value for S7.50 The final meeting of the Salamagnn-d- i Club met with Mr. R. G. Williams, the $10 and Si 2 ever shown in this evening of Friday, ISth inst. Tho club section of the country. presented an elegant appearance when all had assembled in the inviting parlors. The exercises consisted of a humorous paper by Dr. E. J. Brown, an original entitled Salamagundi, by Mrs. J. From $1.50 Upwards all wool. W. Neebitt, a beautiful recitation "Com-iThrough tho Rye," by Miss Lucile Joplin, au epitome of Dr. Oliver W. II ilmes, by Dr. A. G. Lovell, a dialect story by Miss Mary Cocks, an interesting Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. paper by Prof. Pierce, followed by an instructive debate between Lawyers R G. Williams and Sam Lewis on sound money vermis free silver. Refreshments & Co., Proprietors, Danville, Ky.-wnlch were sorved in tne brilliantly J. L. Frohman lighted dining hall were fully enjoyed af i tor this literary foaat. Mr. Harry waa an honored guest of the evon-ug- w . VA wr 7D)nTTI?rar( JLdCt -- Wagon aitf implement Paint. Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. ' ,.- ( e V m -U YYJf CRAIG & HOOKER. rugs, ur-ETTVwcais, j F t It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. .-- hr -- r rrrft JAMES FRYE, K, a .) 3 d r r Lrils, raxruxs, m iVO W S THE TIME TO BUY e Every Thing Goes At Prices. fMMMftMMMMtMM- S - NO INTRODUCTION Bal-lo- u 11 SUITS! ) : CHILDREN'S SUITS, n' Shirts, Hats, Shoes, &c. THE GLOBE, m w -- Giov-annol- . Low rates to Washington, D. O , for Christian Endeavorera. The Chesapeake and Ohio railway will sell ronnd trip tickets from all stations in Central Kentucky to Washington, D. 0., at one fare for round trip on July 4th to 8th, good until July Slat if dealred. The Chesa- ff& peake and Ohio ia four hours shortest route to Washington and ia the only line 1 with through train aervice from Lexing ton and vicinity. Two vostibuled trains each way daily. On return trip trains arrive at Lexington at same time of arrival aa at Cincinnati via other lines, thus saving a change of trains and three ii or more hours additional ride. Side trips can be made to Old Point, Norfolk and the Big Ship Yard at Newport News where the battleship "Kentucky" ianow building. Write for time table and map of Virginia battle fields. George W. Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. i BTSPBIHGSTOC I Complete in Every Department. Is Now- ;;- - ': 1 ficw jYUHiery Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in and see our stock. Clotrg- - v All new goods lor spring wear. Every thing strictly and Up-to-date. summe m First. let a wile: second, be oatieot. You may have great trials and perplexities in your business, but do not therefore, carry to your home a cloudy or contracted brow. Your wife may have trials, which, though of less magnitude, may be bard for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do wonaers in cnastng irora ner orow au tne ctouaa of gloom. To this we would add always keep a" bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In tbe house. It is the best and 1 sure to be needed sooner or later. Your wife will then know that ynu really care for her and wish to protect her health. Pacific Health Journal, for sole by Craig & Ifocker, ttaalord Ky. e How to Treat a Wire. 1 s PRIGGfc "BGD KOtfK." Ladies, Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety, H. Stinlte paid $3,700 for 2:12, and will at once put her to Me breeding. -JBelle-flowe- r, ohn i Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, CHARLES WHEELER, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, - - Hustonville, Ky M n A n: I'' ' h 1.2 CT1 V Gov. Stono declines an invitation to ron ir.utxoxY. epeak in Louisville. He doesn't want to To the Democracy of Lincoln County, waste his time and breath. Ten years ago old Lincoln was safely Judge Durham is said to have mado 1S!)6 May Stanford, Kr y bIio is ex- a stirring sound money speech at Law- - 250 to 300 democratic. rencobnrg Monday, which did the cause ceeuingiy tiotibtfu',. Such n result was VV. P. WALTON. great good. Wo hope he can find the brought about by various reasons. One was the agitation of tho liquor question; time to come to this county. another the introduction of the secret Agftin the bitter cup is put to tbe Little Prices. Still in the Lead. lips of Reuben Kolb down in Alabama. ballot; tho last nnd greatest nnd the one The United States Senate has almost that should bu remedied was the successSome wonderful this week. You will unanimously refused him permission to ful efforts of certain sections nnd families find our store expose his sores in the sacred precincts in mouopolyzlng and holding all the It is now certain that no democrat will be foolhardy enough to try conclusions years Wnynesburg offices. In tho last 20 of that body. with Judge William S. Pryor for the nom. Tho Mahoning Dispatch claims that has had but one office Ezra Gooch ns ination for appellate jnilge, and he will Mark Hanua has already spent 1100,000 representative, but with such treatment be declared the nominee of the party of his own money for MuKinley. Docs Bhu hns been true to her principles nnd And also full of Hagcr Buyers who know and appreciate June 10 without the formality of a conT"f he like John Wnnamnker, who put up a true to her democracy and even in the . bargains. If you don't believe we can and do sell at pri- vention. The judge deserves this mark Uku amount a few years ngo, expect to be Inst Waterloo. Wavnesburg proper reces at which you can save money, just compare the quo-Qof confidence. lie ia the heat judge that mained in the democratic column. With postmaster general? has occupied the bench of our highest no disrespect to any of the gentlemen tations in this "ad." with any other you may chance to E. Tutt Burnam, of Madison, is now court in many years, and as nt present deputy insurance commissioner, Cpt who have held olli'ebut boldly assorting sec. All we ask now is that you constituted the court could not do withW. T. Havens, who has long held the that they have filled them capably, hon out his eminent services. A republican place, retiring. Uapt. Havens will prob- estly and gentlemanly, j et for thu interassociate is fair enough to say tnia and ably return immediately to his newspa- est of thu party, which with me is paramount to any private feeling, I would everybody who who knows anything per work nt Mt. Sterling. suggest a division of the offices. Say, about it knows that it is true. A republiGilt edge cotton, yaidwidc, 5c. Masonville cotton 70 Congressmnn Bookwalter, of Ohio, can may be found fool enough to run bu again givo Stanford county judge, attorney and predicts that Cleveland will Hope cotton 64c. Lonsdale cambric S'j'c. Ladies' agaiiiBt him, for republicans are never bo nominated for president, and not satis-tie- representative; Crab Orchard jailer and sleeveless vests 5c, worth 10c. Outing cloth skirt pathappy as when otlke hunting, but it ia to stop, risks his reputation by the superintendent; Huetonville sheiillaid terns 25c, worth 50c. Infants' lace caps 10c, 15c, 25c Tillman had everything his own way additional! prediction that lie will he county clerk; Waynesbnrg assessor nnd not written that the good man and and 50c, worth double the money. Ladies' seamless fast able jurist shall be retired until he does in the South Carolina convention and he nominated on a free trade nnd lro silver circuit clerk. Let each precinct have their convention end nominate the men waB placed at the head of the delegation platform. so voluntarily. black hose 15c, worth 25c. Extra heavy sox 5c pair. to Chicago. The resolutions condemn Free and unlimited coinage of silver they wont for these offices; then havo n Ladies and Misses' black hose. Ladies' parasols 50c. A issues ago, wb told of tho plan Cleveland nnd Carlisle, declare for froe what does that mean? Why, that is innss convention nt Stanford nnd nomiof the free silverites, to which wo had silver ntlG to 1, without international Lace curtains 50c pair. Ladies' black and tan slippers nate the men selected. If such n course oasy to understand ' -- it is this: You are caught on, to have a popular man from agreement and make other populistic detm is pursued nnd o lay aside nil animosi4Sc. Good Percale shirt waist .Sc. A good blue cotton-advour poekets and and free to each county instructed for for delegate to mands. The Iowa democrats declared full of loand unlimited as to the amount ties, have no liquor question, no free it, ioc. A good Ihtckeyc hat 8c. the National convention, in order to for Gov. Boies and free silver, while New you ujay want. Richmond Climax. Yes' turnpikes, no silver or gold question, but neutralize the sound money strength, Hampshire commended Cleveland's cour- that is the delusion that makes it so pop- put our shoulder to the wheel aud push which would'go to Roilts and Walker. In age in maintaining the public credit aud for old fashion democracy, Lincoln counular. pursuance of tin's plan, Hon., II. K. Hay favored tho gold standard. So here we go ty will surely give 250 democratic maIt is said thnt 12 of the 17 counties has been agreed upon in Boyle, Hon. R as much split up as the rads on the ques- of the 11th district are for sound money jority, with no such word ns fail. If wui H.Tomlinsou in Garrard and efforts are tion of currencv. and tho most of them for Carlisle. The do not, and keep divided, wu had just as being made in this and other counties to candidates for delegates to Chicago, viz: well not nominate, lor defeat will surely Thk executive committee of the Ken Judge unite on some man who, they think, can Respectfully, J. R. Sampson, R M. Jackson, ho our reward. At 25c to 75c. Kxtra good cotton working pants 75c. get the instructions. In the meantime tucky Press Association, H. E. Woolfolk, George Stanford, May 20. Haiimonizkii. E.Stone and J. VanWinkle, are Fibre Chamois 15c per yard. A good line of Lawns and we know of no etlort on the part of the chairman, met at Louisville yesterday to ' all sound money men. Challics 4 He sound money men to further their cause. arrange the program of the meeting at IAHMAXD TRADE ITEMS The A. P. A'a. in supremo council at We are no alarmist, but we insiet that Georgetown, June 24th. L. W. Gaines, unwarranted Washington denounced the German millet seed for sale at B, K. they organize or the cause will be lost secretary, is calling on numbers for their interference ol tho paid McKinley lobby Weareu's. of ?l for each male repreannual due Strike now or never. of the order, and deShelled oats and corn wanted. M sentative ol a paper, dailies being allow- with thu affairs .Sc per suit. A good pair of men's heavy shoes tj$ cents. nounced the cownrdly denial by McKin S J. W. Baughmau. The experience of this and other coun. ed three, two each W. H.Traylor bought of John B. tries shows where there is free coinage of and weeklies and monthlies one each. ley of his endorsement of the principles both metals, there is not a bimetallic cir- Railroad courtesies will not bo extended of tho order given by him to their com- Foster a bay mare for J100. Will hire a large broke mule for the culation, but always a silver or a gold to other than bona Odfa editors and pub- mittee. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprictots, "I voted the entire democratic tick- eeaaon cheap. Apply at this office. Only with the gold lishers. monometalism. et, State and municipal, nt the Inst NocircuPax ton, of Owen county, has a Johu standard have we had bimetallic T. D. RANEY. Manaecr. Queen Victoria will celebiata her 79th vember election in Kentucky." This iH cow with six legs and two sets of ears. lation and we have it If a free I will stand two good jacks at 57 to silver law ia passed it will drive the birthday in a few days and the event will Mr. Carlisle's response over his signaBranch Stores: f 020,000,000 in gold out of circulation be made memorable all over her domin- ture to an inquiry made directly to him insure living colts. M. S. Bnughman. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg Spain's grain crop, it is snid, will be and contract the currency to that ions. There are reports that thu old ladr by Mr. John S. Rhea, of Russellville. dollar democrats are a total loss on accouut of thu insect pest. is fast succumbing to the infirmities of And yet the Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, amount, as the banks and people would begin to horde it and silver alone wou'd her many years, but she Uvea on to keep not happy. Frankfort Capital. M. F. Dwyer's stable won J1S.S00 at Elizabcthtown, Frankfort. Ky., be used as money, and at a depreciated the Prince of Wales out of a job and Miss Emma Guy, Stato Librarian- - thu Louisville races and heads the list by and Mauckport, Ind. or fluctuating value. Let us let well prepare England for a republican form of elect, is in Frankfort preparing to Assume long odds. enough alone and seek not to disturb the government. B. K. Wearen is headquarters the duties of that office June 1. It was for conditions wherein every dollar is kept rumored some weeks sgo thnt tho ques cultivators, corn planters, harrows, Ac. BUY THE OLD RKLIAHLE, Sinck they are set up by Morgantbal-ers- , tion would be raised as good as the beat. bb to the validity of .nni'Ht nrippfl. the Owensboro Messenger, the Lex- her election, and that Governor Bradley Over 400 bend of gras Texas cattle, Tiie Covington Commonwealth goes for ington Herald and Leader, look much might make an appointment, in order to averaging 1XK) to 990 lbs. sold at ;3 25 Jailer Bitzer, who assaulted Guido more like daily papers than formerlyi test the question in court, but it is now and 3.30 in Chicago. e Schmidt, one of its reporters, who had when they were set up in said that this has been abandoned. It is estimated that at least half the Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and published that he was taking the escape type. The former will have to invest in Plow your Ground Hon. Joeiah Patterson will speak at growing wheat in Michigan will be deof the prisoners from the Newport jail head line type though, if it wants its Right. Ky., Tuesday, May 20, and stroyed by the Hessian fly. "mighty easy too easy,"and charges him readers to Bee what it puts ovsr its arti- Richmond, Frank Agan, 2:05J, ia in the very btat three other places in the State, to be desboth with craven cowardice and criminal cles. ignated later. He is one of tho best of form this season and there are many negligence, not to eay connivance In the Gov. Stohb, in bis Shebyrille speech, posted sound money men in the country who think he will be the champion pacer delivery. The grand jury is investigaof the most forcible of speakers. this year. ting the matter and the jailer is likely to went out of his way to attack the record and one Mike Dyer is still alter good onee. His other appointments have betn of Gov. McOreary on the currency quesIt will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, bo shown up in a very bad light. tion, but be had to falsify thu record to do fixed aa follows: Danville, May 23; I'arie, He bought Lady Inez for a handsome don't keep it. sum the other day and has his eye on a PoruLiST Howakd, of Alabama, whom so. Gov. McCreary haa always been May 25; Lexihgton, May 27; Nicho'a-villnumber of other cracks. May 28; Shelbyville, May 29. our citizens, who heard him lecture here, sound, not only on the money question, Louis Walz bought of J. H. Bright Speed Smith, of Madison, and Daviwill remember with disgust, explained in but on nearly every other one of impor son, of Lincoln county, republ ican can some butcher stuff at 2 J and a small the House at Washington Saturday tha tance. didates for Congress in the Eighth, will bunch of hogs at 3c. He nought of G. C. when be was taken from the floor by two Unless all signs and pledges go for likely have opposition in Col. Win. Givens several sheep at 2jc. Negro porters some time ago he was sick For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in 1 wo milk cows, n calf mi a bull was and not drunk as charged. It is n matter naught, Hon. John Sam Owsley, Jr., will Herndon, of Lancaster, who has the ofgo to the convention with 34, if not more, fice itch. Louisville Times. Great mis the extent of the cattle on the Danville of no moment, however, as the average populist Congressman can't injure him- votes instructed for him. As it will re- take. If there is one republican who market Monday. Little Brittain ought self by a drunken or any othf r display. quire only a fraction over 37 to nominate, doesn't want office that man is Herndon. to do better than that or give up court it seems to be reasonably certain that he Yon couldn't make him take an office days entirely. Mb. Hardin continues to do every- will be the Congressional nominee. Mt. Stkhlino. About 300 cattle and even if yon were to make the demand While for Men and Hoys we have 100 sheep on the market. thing he can to make more resigned, Few SJ0 lb a 3S caliber pistol at bis head. with It is said that Senator Voorheea will Kj; cows aud heifers 2 those who voted for him even after be A Lnwrenceburg dispatch says Mr. steers sold at 3 to had repudiated the democratic platform retire at the expiratiou of his present Foree set the woods afire Monday with to to 2 G5; bulls 2c; sheep 2c. Jewell t npon which he was nominated, to the term, owing to failing health. It is time. argument for sound money. He tore to Patterson, of Wilmore, were buying cavelection of Gov. Bradley. He now says His term of usefulness expired Bome shreds the fallacies offered by Breck alry horses at fGo to $100. Matt Cohen, the horseman, started he will not support Carlisle for presiden time ago. inridge and Thompson and got the heartion a sound money platform, thereby put oat Monday with a subscription paper, He siest applause of the afternoon. We have the Narrowest Toe Made on Century Lasts. POLITICAL POINTS. ting himself outaida of the pals of furlenced to the satisfaction of all Lillard bent on having n fair at Richmond thin The committee report seating Hon. Carter and James Rice, both of whom year, and before night had enough monther recognition by democrat. W. C. Owens was unanimously approvod attempted to propound questions to em- ey subscribed to ansuro thu fair. Dates It is said that the free silver men of by the House. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The crowd went fixed aru July 22, 23 nnd 21, beginning barrass tbe speaker. Boyle proposed to Collector Rodes that if Eugene V. Debs was nominated by wild every time he would hit his inter- on Wednesday. Climax. he would ignore the currency question, the Chicago Labor Congress last Sunday rupters and at the close congratulations be would be given the county in his race for president of In a moment of despondency, Miss the United States. poured in upon him for his abi9 defense Ida Henry, daughter of opposition. Of for delegate without Imone of Graves Senator Daniel, of Virginia, will be of the administration at Washington and course be refused such overtures. The boomed for for vice prea- - his forcible argument for sound money. county's wealthiest and most prominent the nomination place is not worth a sacrifice of principle ident hj th farmers, committed suicide by drowndemocrata of hU Sute and the issue can not be ignored, no mating herself in a cistern. Boyle county rads will hold a conven In the line o! Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windov;Shadcs, The Ferris wheel has boon ter who tries to do bo. It must be met tion Glass, There is to be a law suit over the afternoon. Davison ia at Chicago. It is now a government and met valiantly. Paints, Oiis, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, J and to have a cinch on the instructions. quintuplets at Mayfiold. Tho embalnier said e from which Milwaukee, 00 Colorado free silver people are talk- milua distant, can be Been with a field wants foOO for the job and won't give up Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANviLuiJ'and see Gov. Stone, who has been sent for all tbe way from Missouri to bolster the free ing about supporting Senator Teller for glass. Its height is 305 feet abovo tho thu little bodiH till it in pid. silver cause, when be ought to bo at home the democratic nomination for president. lake and 3,000 electric lights will illunii attending to his business, says that SilAs reconstructed, Colorado women will vote for the natti it at night. ROUTE, ver Dollar Bland is not a candidate for first time in a National election in No- there are 30 passonger carriages and five licit Line to and From president and wants hia friends to dis- vember and will go like the mon of that elegantly equipped dining and bufiet Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andjexaminel one continue their eflorts in his behalf. It is State, for free silver, doubtless. cars, the latter being intended for convivCHICAGO, ILL,. of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered inJ;CentralJ Gov. Buckner is raaiinc sound ial parties that desire to dine en route-ThJustus well. Love's labor would bo lost Solid VcMlbuled Traini, with lluffet I'arloi Mr. Bland is not of presidenanyway. grounds around the wheel have Cart, Elegant Coaches, Dining Can, Wagner money speeches at points in the State, improved Private tial size. where they will do the most good, and been arranged after the tropical styl", Sleeping Cart, and la tost Can, magnificently Com.partmcDt UuflVt Sleeping furbuildings and entrances fol niinca wim louci acccstonet in each compartCol. Jack Cuinn is the latest orator stemming to considerable extent the tide while thu ment. Ueit terminal nation, low the German antique. about to be put on the stump by the free of delusion and ignoranco. As the days go on, John G. Carlisle of Kentucky. William M. Shipp and Ohas. W. Colonel ST. LOUIS. silver democrats will opBn his campaign at Bowl- stands out with increasing conspicuity as Stono, the defaulting cashier and assisOhinn Solid Veitlbuled Traini with Huffet Parlor Car, Coachoe ing Green on next Saturday afternoon. one man at least who would rather be tant cashier of tho defunct Deposit Bank Sleeping and Dining Can, and Wagner lluffet Can. Littering St. Louia oyer the New UYYe gods and little fishes! Has it come to right than b a candidate for tho presi- of Midway, were arrested at their homes Merchant!' Hridge, avoiding the diiagrecable tun. nel. dency. Louisville Times. in Midway, on four warrants sworn out this that tho people of Kentucky have to According to the reports from the by John L. McCabe, a director of the be taught by Jack Ohinn? May the good BOSTON. counties which have taken action, Vir- bank, and Mrs. Cordolia Taylor, chargLord deliver them. The only Through Sleeping Car Line from Cin ginia will declare overwhelming for ing them with larceny and embezzle- - cinnati. tlegant Wagner Sleeping Can. The supreme court of appeals saya the free silver.lwhich sentiment, like else- - ment. "Jim Crow Car" is constitutional, which where, is strongest in the rnral districts. The superintendent of public in The 8enator Blackburn haa resigned from struction has decided to make good the Traini, "Soutnweitern Limited" Solid Veitlbuled will Bet at rest the numerous suits with Combination Library. Huflet and brought by colored people in this State. the board oflvisitors to the Annanolis Kentucky school fund deficit for the Smoking Can, Wagner Sleeping Can. Elegant Coachci and Dining Can, landing paiaengeri in And Funeral Director. This The; law Beems'to work well nii if tbe Naval Academy bo that he may be in present vear out of future funds. "' "' l ,u aircei uepoi. i'otu no .. for thein is aa Kentucky in time to fight instructions will obviate the necessity of curtailing i. rtrry iransier, accommodation .provided Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Bucav RQhrQ He lure your ticket read via "BIG FOUR." goocfju that lor the white, we see no for Carlisle in the Kentucky State con. the term of thcicommon schools, which Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. O. McCORMICK, D. U. MARTIN, fe tkreolwed pof !e to kick,;- - TMtlon.. - . was at one time seriouly contemplated. Pawenger Traffic Mgr. re Oen. Paa. A Tkt. Agt. Room opposite Court-Hous- e To-da- SIX PAGES- - In order to demonstrate the prompt ness and rapidity of modern cable and telegraph service and the far olT points of the earth reached, n message was sent from theE ectrical Exposition Hall, New York, Saturday, over tho lines and connections of the Postal Telegraph Cable Company from New York, via Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, innipeg and Congo, to London and back, via Boston to New York. It left the latter city atS:34 and after going over land and under sea for 15,000 mile, wrb bck at tho startiug point by S:SS, taking just four minutes to complete the circuit. When the message reached London it was forwarded over various lints and cables via Lisbon, Gibraltar, Malta, Alexandria, Suez, Aden, Bombay, Madras, Singapore, Hong Konw, Shanghai and Nagasaki, Tokio, Japan, returning thence via London and reaching the exposition hall nt 9:24. The Western Union also transmitted a copy of the message from New York through Mexico, down the West coast, and up the Ivst coast of South America, thence to Spain and back to New York, the time occupied being 31 minutes. BIG VflhUES ! Price-Cutting CO W FULL0FBAKGM1$ OH J COJrtE, SGG AjVD $AV. d GO rH rv Pi et c A Niee Line M a Straw Hats ' CO 55 tri-an- d serai-weekli- es 1 Eh Eh Men's Summer Underwear LOUISVILLE STORE. to-da- 3 50-ce- ut stud-hort- The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Respect. We Guarantee this Plow in Every e, W. H. WEAREN & CO. SLIPPERS and SHOES Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House light-hous- "BIG FOUR" o Ken-tuck- y. "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.', UNDERTAKING -- 1 NEW YORK. J. C!. rt) Practical Trimmer, Emtalmer Square, Stanford, Ky. C. w- .' - n" SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKNAL ' IT 13 TRUE MONEY CLEARLY EXPLAINED NEL GREENE. DY COLO- bIIowh actnnl ascertained pieces. qnantity to bo nccnratcly by mcro count of unworn A HORRIBLE CRIME. ' a mcro trnlsni to Bay DEMONETIZATION OF IRON 2,200 does not and cannot affict Unit coinnKO YEARS AGO. Btanfohd, Ky., vuluc; that It aimply certifies tho (nullity nnd qnantity of a certain piece uf It 3lut Ham Certain rropcrtlrn It Mint property, for tho infonnntioii and con- tnritlculnblo l.rvu to Mnnkluil Itnlnou W. P. WALTON. IIoTn Vnltin It ."Mint Hit tlin Mmt AiUpt-x- l Vren Coinage f Iron at I'all of lrlrvenience of that world of trado whoso to KxUtlni; Comlltlonn Why Article nso and mntnal agreement alono estab10 to It Gold tho Only Ilfnu-tlWith Tlmt Our STrd Writ h Money Went lishes the value of tho proierty po certi11 Entirely I'rwrtlcalilp Our Onvern-lurtTOtTllliDKMOrilACY OF USCOI.S Itrimilirtltnl. Cnn Do AnythltiE N" 1'enr of a fied. CoimiRO does not niiiko copper COUNTY. nor silver gold, nor (1m h it make two Woulil Olvn Uk IIIkIi I'lC Iron 1Ua1 nno exeellent In tho opinion of of tho I)'inr-crati- c Judges the ituMns of ChIoih Jacob L. grains of one, nor affect in tho least and Wair anil I'lrnty of Aloiify. I'liraunntlntliHHtitioii tho rato of their exchange for Stato Kteentlvi. Committee, hh liniw, lf.ri' tho Hartford ImuuiI of degree Alexander 1'. Hnll cf Atlanta is a execu- trado on M.uvh 2H, is n if thu clear- each other in tho open market. chairman of thu Lincoln county When tho coinage ratio ct 10 to i was itrnnrr HI tn I mnii I In iloes not liolirvn measures. Tlio fno coinago tive committee, notlo In givfii for the est statement of tin- true functions of ,i,.,.t.,i it ils nearlv as nossiblo tho ' in democrats of Lincoln county to nimble money over made. Colonel CJreeno is actual market ratio f silver to gold. Df silver idea is too tame for him. Hois jiMHidont of tho Connecticut Mutual in Sunionl, Ky.. In metals were thus treated its willing to see tho silvcrltes and to go at tho court-housaid to ho tho The two M.iy, Life Insurance IMth ity of ii"iirly alike as iiossible. In order to get them 100 points better. IJeronrohisdec-1,00- 0 uiaaaint'oUnitanthu lnrgt st iiunieyi il institution in New silver dollars one had to take to luraticn. proposition nnd argument ISM, at U o'clock v l.. solar time, for the We quote below n part of thin the mint f 1,000 worth of silver. Hut1 Having lein deeply impressed by tho iinint excellent apeech: ptirpoao of cIiomIiix le!ei!ies coinage at 10 to 1, with tho nrgninents of Judge Crisp, Bryan, IsliTrado exists Im fore niotny. Money is with free Statu convention, called to meet .it .Tniifs and othir silver leaders, and market price of silver and ngton, Ky.aiaoclnoit p m on tUv 3rd Ik mi of tho iieci mm tied of tiii'lt, and is limited legal tender, 1 can take $Ji00 ' fspeciallygnoved, shocked and horrified ie bimiily itn iiiMruiuciit. And trade, no day of Jim, next. Lincoln county other property, go into tho by tho "awful crimo of 1878" assolurid-iiuiikr- l ssld win matter how complex itx forms, how worth ofnnd buy $.'.00 'worth of nil- - ly depicted daily hi tho colnmns of tho entitled to ei'it (Si ileletrnte to narrow or how wide its Held, what tho U.O. Wahkks. tho mint, hnvo Atlanta Constitution and other silver vention. range of its objects or the number or ver bullion, tako it to ' i Olim'n. 1'into 1,000 fiilver dollar organs, i iinvo cnangeu m) . .Stanford, May it character cf its instrumentalities and ..: coined ...... ..r... n...., thotn inoiiev (mention nnd am ready to main- .....i incidents, is nothing else but the free, iuiiuii ...p, ... in taill II1U mv Mra. IteTenu Walton, a youint wid' willing c.xchnnge of one man's proierty in riischiiKP of for nreviouslv of debato orJllOluniuuiin oontroversy. Who is to blanio if business is npsot? newspaper exhibicurred debt to you in engineer of the electrical ft. 000 worth ow, for that of another. The fundamental gold or of any other equally valuable I accept tho arguments of tho advotion building at New York. fact, and the everlasting moral element mo havo in cates of silver and agroowith their remThe Uockford Watch Co. iiaa as- in Mich exchanges Ih this: N man will- property which you had let equally valuablo amount edy as far at it goea Howovcr, it does mi ingly exchanges his own valuablo com- exchange forpromised to iw delivered to not go far enough. Lot us havo plenty signed for f 10,1)00. modity, his pmjerty, except for another of property Thh In tho best market and ours Is tho best houw to ship to. Wo mako liberal rul- - '! von at a future time. Hnt do not oxiwot of remedy in fact, enough to niako vanccs on cunalRnmcnts. Ilcaltles wo havo better facilities than other houses in having commi-litmiother pliceof property of things of tho past many largo factories to supply. Wo Bet you tho top prloo nnd pay spot cash; uot la to recoup youriM'lf by taking that wimo debt and iovcrty at least initial value to him. relics of tho dark ages. I am in favor ,' trade. No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produco direct to mid motive of f500 worth of silver iu tho 1,000 fJloccs of tho froo and unlimited coinago of '! Tho wl.olo principle HERNDON-CARTE- R and going into tho market wiUi it and honest trade and tho alwoluto condition buying 1,000 worth of other property pig iron at a ratio of 10 to 1 with 110 Third Stroct, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, LOUISVILLE, KY. aro of proierous trade It inut )uiiiiu tlio tnu- - flllkll1el gold by tho United States alone, .. ,., , , property for proeity, huhitunco for sub... t nations, and can of " '"1" "' '... ' "" "V"" ""J?; provo by tho hostall stiinro. iniial value for agreed mini authority obtainnblo v V)l til JA 114 J)J nvM. value. Anything else, no matter how which l you had let mo rk on Uio j" .j tlmt such u policy on tho part of tho In Ordei To have faith of ono or other of phrased, is robbery or promise of getting another $1,000 UnittMl States will "ralso pricea," "put WILL CURE tho parties, and is immediately destruc-tivin return. If it ls oUhtw isc, if a plenty of money hi circulation" and of real commerce, for it exhausts worth tender act can make f0 cents' givo tho "honest debtor a chauco to pay Rheum, Scrofula, Salt tluui legal the party who is made to get worth of silver as valuablo in tho mar- - his debt, " thereby making tho wholo Sores, Noils, 1'ustulcs, ho is made to Rive. fcet ns 100 cents' worth of gold, it can oountry prosperous. Eczema, Tetter, Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell lint tho dini't exchange or barter of worK At... ruuiii' ...1. t njni frn' Now, in tlio Hrst plnco, it may no uio uiiuiik iii tun n" and all diseases of the blood and scattered commodities by their nvpif-tiv- of silver or a cent's worth of imwter. urged by somo "who do not understand at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, owners is a slow, laborious, costly Thevnlueof tho bullion, tho property tho subject of standards of value" that Makes You Well. itfr but also the nev stock, which consists of the latest deand inconvenient process. The problem j. ..i ;.. .1..... .... 1,,.,.... .1.. ii ixiintiF iii ii- mi eoinnio ur.i iur iron wuum mn .. iir Indigestion, constipation and dys- of trade is to bring the scattered own- the .., . .... ..of .w .....n1 " of- a Hilver dol-- I raifQ its prico to a ratio of 10 to 1 with signs and effects in wash gcods, silks, dress goods and all tho value question pepsia, kidney and liver disease ers of ncdcd commodities and the scat- lar, or any other dollar, and tho qnos-- i gold To them I reply that "tho stamp other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry totered yield to its curative powers and getherconsumers of them effectively and tion of tho relative production nnd of this goreruuient" and tho "legal tenas seasonably, quickly goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and silver and gold, or of any der qualitios" of tho iron dollar would when cured it cheaply iw insible. All tho manifold abundance- ofiswijieil out. tho bullion value of pig us all get instantly umlw made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. histramciitulitits of commerce aro other metal, Keeps You Well. n fnv liunilndweigiit oi iron, pass a imn thn mnin ks the mint value. "1'or merely devices to that onu end. And Remember everything in the house will go at prime only few gniiiw of it iu who would part with iui ounce or tins tin- llrst neevs-dtto that end is some law requiring legala Sold in Lincoln county by full tinder quality with pnious ......1 for ...ivtliititr less than of cost until closed entirely. and a fnnn and kind of pro'wrtyno tho mint Talue?" (atowart, .loues unu coinage and ls rich. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. dnnirnble to all men, no matter for what fm nryun. ) " Penny's DrtiR Store, sjMvial reavni, and s tiiiiforinly and Say. What Ctiautircy Irp-Again, it may bo urged that our " Craig & Hockcr, universally aoecptabloby them thattliey Mr. Di'iww says that the country has mints would lm overcrowdisl with pig prisluii-rWill 'ejyvhrv ainoiiK tln-W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. KUtTorcil for years Invauso of tho doubt iron. I reply "that tho prico of pig excluuiKc for it alxiut our currency, that this ha.s lvn iron having lxen ruitcd from 7. 50 a ton and consnnurs THE F. B. Twidwell, any item of pnjHrty tiny M to ex- one of tho causes of tlm ilnancial tuid in- to a ratio of 10 to 1 with gold tho world J. A. Hammond, Hubble. change, knowing that it will, willitiKly dustrial (lepressinu frotu which wo are over no ono would eHjecially euro to Tanner Bros., McKinney. and without loss, b taken in excJiaiiKO still mitlering. anil that "tho 'hold up' carry it to th1 mints since tho mint J. F. Alstott, Powers. for luiyotluu item of projerty they may iu tho senate by the silver senators of prico could b obtained anywhere iu tho Bcazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. hapl-'i- i to want and whenever they may all nicitsures for tlio relief of tho treas- ojienmarkot" (Atlanta Constitution). hapi'ii to want it. That kind of prop-ert- ury, unlet oonnlcd with tho freo coin M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Next, it may bo urgwl that gold and for which nil other kiuiLs can bo age of silver upon an arbitrary ratio, silver woukl go out of circulation. I Yours for Health, rxchiuurM. which can buy and sell all I...., .. .,.,!,. ttn itwMwi. .Itli.kt if ill tllfl loilfl. reply, ilrst, "This is a mcro assurnp-- I To servo this j exJiers, meji call money. mi)1 mr)ft itI,,K)rtm,t issue to 1h) de- - tion of tho tooli of the money power Try one for 30 Days and if you JamksT. Cookk, ' which Harrodsburg, Ky. tiso most eiitctiveiy iuhi economically. CI(j(1 jn ti4 nimj,aign Ho adds they cannot verify" (Atlanta don't like it don't take it it must iMtY in the highest attain 'PI... innimi1tnr(il fll'llltl flllf llMtll- - (Constitution); ncond, "Suppose gold ablodegiio certain qualities. It must mercantile and wage earning interests mid silver do tro out of circulation, is havo value, real tiM'fulinvvs iu itoelf, for ..r .1..-- w.ii.f liui... nf lnwf iiii rmTfeirtu. tlicro not plenty of pig iron to tako their men do not willingly trade valuable for nity to settle at once and forever that plnco and givo Uio people plenty of valueless tilings. It must keep Uh value, ilin United Static shall lw nut pcrum- - lnmieT?" (Brran). and. third, "Such for men will not trade value for a value-lev- i tiPtitlv noon a cold standard: that tho an assumption mixes tno iaea oi cirthing men"! because it oneo had workmgineii's money shall bo tho Ust culating medium and standard of valTry one and you will never use v.iluiVi They must havo tlio prosent money; that tho credit of tho United ue, Uiat gold and silver would still ami not tho mcro tradition of States, lierauso of its wealth, any other kind. .THE. bo potential money metals, though not value. It must bo as invariable in valuo and undeveloiieil itossibiliticri, sliall x in olrculation, and would lend their as tMWsiblc Uiat, whilo it is kept on the best in the world. No party which help toward raising prices and causing it may fails emphatically to say this am carry general prosperity" (Crisp). ujiui awaiting other .....-.- ., of its power to N,w Yorkf Ntw tTerw.V( uouncciicut or low as little as Then, again, it may bo urgeel ngalust .. buy other ctmunoditii'S. It must bo iw MnMS1M.imM.tts. aftnti.lfiv.l nf Vftlnn tVlllt Uiwii'iuiy otlicr basis .l. !.. and indestructible iv,mvlvania will lw doubtful, as will Wrtis would uot riisi in proportion to nearly . HTIll llll. TV, a as WKibIfl. It must have ils small bulk IW." I... Michigan. Minnm-iit.- 'i rnnlll .,M..w ......-."....", l'ij in "ftnilfn " ii.ivn. suincieni noj 1' , as iOM,iblo coiiilstiit wiiu Tnt, qmtion now call uoither bo bo oompelltsl to rifo, sinco no mim lll)tlIl(l;llH''. bo(ll for COllVCilieUCe Of ...i . l l..,.l .. n ..Ii,;,.,.w1 ,.r mm. I.I I . ..,.l In .rnrb handling and for sufoty mid clieapness j,nwMl The feeling of tho countrj-i- s so j dvy who oould make ? 1,000 per day If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before e.f carriagf. It must i of a sort of nrHt0 on ti,0 cumncy nnd tho deter- - pickhig up rusty uails and old horseshoes making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priequally valuable, equally desirable, jnulIltU)M to wHtlo and (lisNVo of it is so alui enrrying them to tho mint for acceptable wherever men trade, ,.mI,i,atK, ,i,at boti, tw Rcpnblictiii and ru,," (Hull). ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $$ to Si 5. cImi it.s puivuahing power is not every- - t,J0 convontions may lw urged by tho national in nddiriou it ONLY where opial, mid its function so far have got to make it tho leading issue, money power, by tho "Uau street, fails. and the ono that fails will light a losing sharks" audlhe "Bond street Shylooks" Wherever men have advancl that m could not nlono o on n pig iron battle." Mivagerj'. they have by custom mid combasis Titbout au international agree1 3liiciilfylnir GIum. Tim 10 to mon as twloptisl home then available ment. 'To such daitarda aa dim? to lay In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. inure or form of projierry. a limit to th iktw of tho American A SPECIAL OKKKH. -- In orJer to Ret Into Special inducements to Cash Buyers. sVia as the medium Ieopto todowhatthty plevi independmarc hsjict, ne tubtctlbon who tend fiO C'tM. hv.s of these qualities as, for any of their exchanges. So long ently of all iwious, I hurl their bfote June jo will receive the Weekly Comu tiuettc ftcm date of lubicriptloa lo July il, leaMUi. tluit form luus had a migin.ed and lack of patriotism back in value and acctiitability as wido as the J;7 their faoes" (Uryan). PublliheJ evtry Ti'tJr mornlne in time to range of tnulo of that tune, it has Tim "criino" of domonetizincrpiK iron teach reailrrt ml auuianceol joj miUi on day ol served ira jmrjHvo, even if imjHTfoetly. took placo about 3,300 years ugo, when publicition. FULL LINE OF It il lh olJmt family newtpiper inthaWeit When itn acceptability luus cen.vsl. ur certain "Boldolntors" aud "silverites, " It hat eight pafci ol cihl cilumm each, uf tho has asnl to In) ctimuKaisunito with the fillird wlin thu niuil important lie in order to increuM tho purchasiup rxrvv-e- r flnlil it" tjiule. it has dmnnul out of use. worla and Juit what th family firnldu n.oat of thoir ill gotten wealth, secretly Addrefa Historj is full of instances of disused i and "liko thieves in tlio night" got tho COMMERCIAL 5AETrB CO, I and abaudouexl moneys. demonetization act pasxed repealing tho Cincinnati, O. Whenever a particular form of propgood old fra ooiuago act of Lycurgus, erty has nerved as a medium of ex"tlio friend of our ancestors' daddies. " change, it hau necessarily Ikvoiuo a "Today China is tho only oountry ou measure of tho valuo of every Item of earth honest enough to coin iron, and Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot property exchanged by its intiTventioii. there tlio happy laborer can carry homo of Buckboard. DAILY AND SUNDAY When cowries were tho modiiun, ev" 1 tho vrngeti of his honest toil hi a was valued in cowries. It erything elso (Atlanta Constitution). and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Culticows, was tlio siuno way with slii-pMlUrftU M A rubious fall in prices followed tho Full hidcrt, bunches of fuiiiigloH, etc. cloths, demonetization of iron and has contin- vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows Whrrti the Wheel Arts. kind or fonn of So that interrui-diiitued for upward of 2,000 years. I have d at Prices to Suit In Conoral News, "The Populists of North Carolina calculated tho losses entailed upon the before you buy. Farm Wagons by the property, by llit exclianging for which established a uowspaper on wheels. all other kinds of property aro exchanged hnvo honest ptoplo of this world by that ruth- the Times. Call and See us. Ojooolp, Volitlc. for each other, is for tho tlmo being both It goes into a town, gets out ono' issue, less act, but tho figarea aro so enormous 05Mtcrlrtl Jtlrtttcr a medium of exchange and a inouMiro and goes on to tho next town. ' Au- I fearn revolution will eueuo if tho peo-pl-o Daily Tribune. 9Uutrntl0it, ittorltct llcpovto. nf valuo of tho thhics exchanged. a kind gusta (Ga.is) evidently u slight error in learn lww greatly they havo been There Whenever a money has boon tho best robbed. But facts ar facts, Them All, It Leads of property which existed in natural tho above. It should read, "Tho Popuwroug is to meet it way to right sheep lists of North Carolina havo established souarelv. "That loss is 131.000,006,- r units, liko cowries, arrowheaiLs, For taleat all nei stand and dolUertd by at to cenn per week; day. llko sort, tho conventional unit a newspaper with wheels. " In this or other 000,000,00 0 ,000,000, 000, 000,000" tho North Carolina paper does not (Coin's Financial School). $ 85 per month of exchange has boon tho natural unit My mall, including Sunday 75 P" month by which tho count of quantity would Ht mail, omittios Sunday differ from tho rest of tho Populist and In conclusion I insist that tlio free 7J per year Saturday, daily bo made. But when tho extension of tho silverito organs throughout thocountry. coinage of pig iron will do everything 00 per year. tjuaday men Hold of trado and tho cliaugcd wants of They are all run and edited by COMMERCIAL OAZETTK CO., that is clauned for Brtver and lnnntteiy Cincinnati, O. iutn havo compelled such refinements Iu with wheels in their heads, some of more, Tho peoplowill bo rich and cartwheels, principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed tho quality, bulk and convenience- of tho them with beautiful silver Tb ouoo poor man can pay his reaches , the t;nB n.iv Pouches and Sleeoinc Cars through to Harrimau, Chatta which mako 240 revolutions per min- dobta with his old Brovo. Railroads can .t BEST IN OUALITY. instrument of exchange that tho rarer IOBT IN OUANTITY. Atlanta, Macon, metals were moro acceptable for tlio ute. The buzzing of tho wheels is often declaro dividend" ou old rails and worn-ou- t nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridjan, New Orleans, of mistaken for thoughts on tho currency purpose, somo conventional unit rolling stock. Tho small boy can and Jacksonville. Through bleeping tars 10 jtuoxviuc, xioi quantity and somo universally satisfac- question, and tho unfortunato who has pick up old nails and horseshoes enough and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to jacuson, vicKsourg, ! tory mode of its certification had to bo them writes down what ho thinks they to support hia family. Iu fine, poverty and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to l,os Angeies anu found, and out of this necessity grow say and prints it as an argument for and debt can no longer exist I California, San I'rancisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and tlio various denominations of raouey, freo coinage. via New Orleaa9 or Yin Shreveport. In addition to tho 16 to 1 whoel, which aro measures of tho quantity of WHITE'S CRE1M Tho Beat tese. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati units, there is tlio flat money wheel, with tho property contained iu such The Philadelphia Ledger deolareu that with erery accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor debt repudiaand also tho coinago laws by which tho crank attachment; tho of the campaign is tho Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa property so tion whool; tho wheel of government "tho real Lexington to quality and quantity of tlio currency," and that "tre Republican Cars , TEARS FOR used is officially ascertained nnd certi- loans on farm products; and other sim- convention should nominate no man, the tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexiugtou ana Ha led all WORM Remedies. fied for tho safety of tlioso who would ilar machines. It should bo easy for the no man, wk) is not an Chattanooga. I country voie EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED exchange their proixsrty therefor. This North Carolina Populists to start a open, manly, for pronounced supporter oi W. O. Binearaon, right in Chaa.W.ZelL aXJ BT XL DKUUUiars. does away with tho inconvenient scales thousand papers with wheels Q. T. J... Cincinnati, 0. mar kr 0 Mv. FatJr Agt., CinelntuuU 0 tho gold standard of monetary valuo." BKB'till CO., it. tocn. test of tho uucicut mercluint and Ihoir own state. KICI11MM snd May 22, 18'JG It ought to bo - ,kP2 THE FOOL WHO ROCKS THE BOAT 1 it sil-T- er f-- 1 - q half-wa- y mi ' Eng-htm- l. : Stew-preve- nt un-!nr- t, I -'. . l .i j... ' 1 ' 1' y, Cooke's II CO. J Sarsaparilla ii-t- h . ""' n hs Close Out Our Stock o .! . b """ 1 ' - - ir t - W. P. TATE, Stanford. s I I I Popular Washer. v , "THE . OLD RELIABLE" Greatest "Washer of the Age. sub-htanc- o Cincinnati Weekly Commercial Gazette 50 Cents a Year. FARRIS & HARDIN. i lo ,...,, - -- A J .ijf -- ..., CLOTHING! CLOTHING! Cni-i- j , coin-cejuall- y Can Not Be Bxeeiled. g il & cow-nrdic- t) W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. com-pacl- lr a. tHBWd7 v Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons THE CINCINNATI , 4gy vrheel-barrow- Car-Loa- lloeUuni, ad THE cr-tie- ct Queen &Crescent route i"i.v v"- pros-porou- s. WORMS 'vermifuge: 20 iuo 1 . ;V?TiTT . Semi-Week- ly Jntfrior Jourmi. - QlJuVEIl jJ) I WAG"ESt ; Btanford, Kt., May 2 I8i 6 pnevrt 01 commodities generully SPEECH OF SECRETARY CARLISLE AT much higher than they nrc here. CHICAGO. articles Tho prices of iinpeu-toe- l 'or tn0 pamc pon'iccs in iminy instances not, ociug iiau its iuucii, w nwo uio cspo-clall- THE GOVERNMENT STAMP. aro y N '. t W ENGLISH HUNTER. Ha AddrcMpH a M Meeting of Laborer because they have to bo paid for abroad on tho Currency Jtietlon Clirnn Money in gold, nnd the depreciation of their is so great that it requires nearErcrywhero mid Alwnj the Knemjr of money SnoitTisT houtk to Louisvillk, The ly i'2 in silver to pay M in goliL AlLabor It edurel Actnal 1Vim In Chile though our own silver dollar distance from Lexington to Louisville contains fttnl Mexico and Would Do So In Thin less lino silver than the Mexican dollar, lias been greatly shortened by the ShelCountry. by villa "cut 00," just completed. O. A of ours is ue.uly equal in ex no less. 0110 Tho law is explicit miel the custom changeable v.tluo to two of theirs, 1k' O. trains leaving Lexington at 8:15 A. M. Tlin fnltn"lT,rr to mi nriwpf IVrttti ttw and G:05 r. m , daily, reach Louisville at clear, forcible and unanswerable speech ! c;lUs0 hm tin coiling is limited, and equally so. Tho law Fays that American gold coins shall bo received in all 11 00 A. M. and S:50 r. m., two houis and of Secretary John Q. Carlisle ut Chica - I tho Kovi nminit issues the coin on its iowh account aim nas pieeigeet ii mini j payments, when of full weight, accordgo on April 15: 45 minute8. The C. A 0 now has the respective values, and when to Money received for wages, liko money 'nlld, cJulu ,to Ifpthem tugood as gold, ing less their shortest line between Lexington and than full weight at L"ss values faithfully kept of ou every other account, is val- - n Louisville, is the only line with double received ' u""-i"""'- K the jpropoi tinned to their respect?. o actual ul' l" l,"n daily, limited veetibuled train pervice. iinhln nn tn I in Pvtont inl k ran lm complaints aud denunciations of our weight. creel for other commodities, iiiul ...... j Frankfort and Bhelbyville are tho only exchnn 0 That is to say, the ge'vcrinnrnt stamp it is scarcely necessary to suggest tiutt free coinage opponents. points at which theee trains Mop. If we aro to have freo and unlimited ' certifies the quality nnel genuineness of a dollar worth CO cents will not purthe gold, ami tho law compels you to chase as much in tho markets as n dol- coinage of legal tender silver for tho tak it, not at its fm-e- i value, but fer "BLOOD WILL TELL." 100 con ta To call a dimo u, benefit of tho owiurs of tho bullion, tho lar worth is actually we rth by weight. dollar would add nothing whatever to valuo of our dollar would bo no greater iMhat.it fact, that is tho only way iu And, iu its intrinsic valuo or to its purchasing than tho intrinsic or commercial value which the government itself er the purtiower. If these propositions aro correct, of tho silver contained in it, and its banks take gedel or pay it t ut. is clear that when wages aro paid in chasing jiower in tho markets would bo it If your elebteir oilers to pay iu AmeriBy the noted road horse, Ed Kimble, siro n depreciated currency tho rates of diminished about one-halbut tho of Grovcr 'J:28l. Snakes 2:30, Brown Kim- - wages wages of labor would remain, for a long can f 10 golelpieet's, you am required by must bo increased iu proportion law to accept them, not at $10 apiece by ble, siro of Black Cloud 2:10J, and dnm to tho depreciation of tho money and timo at least, substantially at tho pres- any means, but fer exactly what they of Jim Lawrence, trial two heats 2:20) dam rates, or, if they should bo nomiin proportion to tho increaso in tho ent a fine rond mare. nally increased on account of t)io depre- aro worth by weight. Ed Kimble, by Almont 33, (sire of Fan- prices of other things or tho laborer ciation of tho currency, experience in The government stamp gives valuo ny Witherspoon 2:10) dam Mary 0., by will suffer a loss. , tho pat shows that they would not in- j only in so far as it pledge's tho govern-But I affirm that it is tho universal Imp Tho Knight of St George. creaso iu proportion to tho increase iu ' nient to the direct or indiiect redemption Almont Forest, by Almont 33,:dam by rulo that tho rates of waces do not in of tho metal piece or tho paper on which Edwin Forest. creaso in proportion to tho depreciation the prices of commodities. Rises in tho is a blood bay. with in tho valuo of tho money in which rates of wages tako place very slowly, it is placed. It makes minor subsidiary Almont Kimble right hind foot white, 16 hands high and they aro paid, and that when tho cur- while the pricea of commodities movo coins and paper notes good within the "a chip off the old block" Will make rency is depreciated tho rates of wages rapidly, at fouio ieriods changing sev- country because it pledges tho governtho season of 1S96" at Mrs. Sarnh Hameral times in tho courso of a singlo day, ment to take the'in book, aud bccmiso mer's, 0 miles from Danville and 2$ miles do not increaso in proportion to tho in- and these movements am always moro tho government refuses to issuo more of east of Parksville, at SI O for a living creaso in tho priced of tho commodities frequent and moro harmful when tho them than aro needed hero or moro colt, money due when colt comes or the tho laborer is compelled to purchase. than it can tako euro of. It does tho currency is iu an unsettled condition. mare is parted with Grass at 50c per Wartime Wag-t- and I'rlcos. Kimo thing feir silver dollars so long as week at owner's n'sk tho wages of labor, paid in A Fro Silver Concn'Minan's Ailniliwlnn. their coinage is icstrictcel to tho counIn Also good saddle and road horses for depreciated paper, wero less than 3 per Representative Charles A. Towno of try's own possibilities of use It can do (5 I IMTTMAN, l'arksvillo. sale. cent higher iu paper than when paid in Minnesota is lcgardcd as one of the no more'. It cannot adil one cent to tho gold, but the prices of tho 223 nrticlca nble-s-t advocate k of frio coinago in conactual value eif u silver elollar which used by tho laborers and other peoplo in gress. It is doubtful, however, whether contains only 52 cents' worth of metal. tho maintenance of their families wero tho fiatists nnd Populists in the silverito Tho original weight of gold coins is nearly 18 per cent higher than they nmiy will we'leonie him as one of their fixetl acceuelmg te tho actual valuo of wero when paid in gold. In 18G3 tho leaders, for in a recent speech in the tho gold iu the'in. As that gold is worth . E. C. Walton, Business Manager. aro exorbitiuitly high in Mexico, should Do No Moro For Sliver Than For e'.old. Men write to Tho World to Pay that 2:101 is tho government stamp which St tmhird Utile 0. t "it gives gold coin its currency by making 1SWJ. Will make the season of it legal tender for its face. " But gold coin is not, in fact, either S1UKI) IIY WALSIN01IA.M '.MCO.sirc of Latitude 1M9J and 7 or S others in the lita. current or legal tender "for its face. " 1 .. elittn by Mutscngcr Piiroc 100, son of llanibletoninn and It is beith current and legal tender for sire of Klaino 2:'10, the dnm of Norlaino, yearling what it is worth by weight; un more, l Tin-cl..- NABOTH 10016. ....,.,,,., record 2:3 tj 2 eloin Bux 3 dnm Sister to. lame sire of Hon ell, 15, Jr., by llamblutonlnti 1 10 r lllp? ....- "i , Almont : aSimTole siro of tho dnais eif St Julian 2.-- 1 more that hnvu produced 2:30 trotters; al-- sire of llio dniu;of Ulectitnieor, Mrc of 130 in the 2:30 list. i tlnm bv Libertv, s.m eif Lnnce, by American Kcliso. Walsiiigham 2100, siro of Nabotli, is one of the) youngt sont of George Wilky 519, record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2.13J. tlu'y Wilkot 2:151. Miko Wllkui 2:1'1, Wilcox 2.10 and 0.' e)thers in the 2:30 list; aUei il producing soa-- t and 19 dniighterH. XeiTK - Naboih is a bny liore, 10 hands high, fonlexl Juno 2, 1SS.S. 1 ii thebleioel of lI.imb!toiilnn, Georgo Wilko.. MHiabrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., Jeste Snyre Pexler2:l7J ll1"1 12 ei by Hnny Clay Hotline 2.191 ' pro-dtici- ng 1 nnel -- Harry Clay. f, A-t S to l Will nKo iiiMire a living cult make the iirc'etit season uf ISiMl at the low price of KIUIIT I)0L1IIS to He it elegantly breel nnel a sure foal getter. I will also Hand Insure a, WILLIAM Xji7-Ix2.g- r Colt. Mj flue saikllo stallion L... TWO GOOD Notk s times anel tho low price of stock, I hnye greatly dticeei season fiv of my horse. and jack and eonsiderini; their anel breeeling. they stand lower thnn any in tho State. Ktnblt' two milvh South of UiiMonvillc, nn tho Morelaml v Carpenter Station pike. J. K llAriiHMVN, Hustoinillc. Ky. - Owing to the liarel JACKS AT &7. Morgan Denmark. 1 1 1 t iBarnes.no. 21,730. 1 Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high; both hind ankles white. Sired by Ahuallah Messenckr. First dam the William Lusk saddle mare, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drcnnon; 2nd dam by Highlander Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, 2:10J I will stand English Hunter the season of 1890 at my stable 3 miles from Shelby City on the Knob Lick and Turnersville pike At $8 to Insure A Living Colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with I will also stand SAM SMALL. i ! f At f5 to Insure a Living Colt Sam is by one of Lyle's imported jacks and out of Dollie Woods, she by 1 ully's Warrior and out of an imported jennet. Sam is 14 hands high and just as thick as lie is high, or in other words he is just as big lying down as ho is standing up Sam's mules when matured iiicrmiio from 15 to 10 cur. hands high. Little jack, little pay but a Tho wages of labor, measured by gold as they wero in 1800, when wo had a B. P. POWELL. big mule. sound currency, had fallen about 2 i r VOU AKKGOINO. per cent in 1S03, moro than 10 tier c nt in ISC 1, aud nearly 4 i per cent in 1605, when we had a depreciated currency. THE. Siller hiiiI Wik-- In Chile. Tho recent experience of tho republic of Cliilo furnishes another imprt oivo warning to tho wago earner against the evils of depreciated currency. In 1S75 tho peso, or dollar of Chile, was worth about 8S2 cents in our money, but in NASHVILIC R. R. LOUHVIIIC lSbo, ten years after gold went out and silver camo in, 1110 pco win worm 113 Is the hoe for you, at it than fill cents in our money. Silver continued to depreciate, and besides large amounts of paper currency wero issued at Make clote coatiectiona by tho government and tho banks, and LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI iu 1895, 20 years after tho change from For all point. tho gold basis to the silver basis, tho rHkOUGH TICKETS SOLD. peso was worth only about 31 cents BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH in our money. Let us sco now what efTor any information enquire of fect this cheap money, or, in other JOES. RICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky words, this system of silver monometallism which you aro asked to adopt here, had upon tho wages of labor in that country. Only Duect L'ilc Between In 1875, when tho peso was worth 88)a cents, a mechanic, a boiler maker, a blacksmith, a carpenter, a fireman Shorten and quickest between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, aud an ordinary laborer rocciveel together for a day's work 18J pesos, or Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. S1G.87 in our money. In 1885 tho samo Aak for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains persons received for tho samo work 20 ?4' run by Central Standard Tims. pesos, but, owing to tho depreciation of Time Tabid April 19, 1896. tho currency, this was cental to only No. i. No 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. f 10.93 in our money, and in 1895, 20 s. m. p. m. p. m. 6 55 j 00 years after tho country had descended 405 Lt Pranklort to Elkborn 418 7C8 to a silver basis, tho samo laborers re" Stamping Oround 7 27 4 37 148 a 15 " Georgetown..!)... 7 4s 4 55 ceived for tho samo work 25.95 pesos, 3 70 Arr. C. S. Depot 7 50 joo but tho valuo of tho peso was less than 8 30 C 4 co " Paris 5 35 85 cents, nud consequently their wages TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. amounted to only $8.34 in our money, p, m. a m. p. ra. a. m. Lye Parli C of what they had or just about 9 50 55s 435 M C. 8. Depot 6 33 10 3 received 20 years before. 6 40 " Georgetown B 10 40 636 5 45 " Stamp's Gro'd 10 58 6 54 Our minister to Chile, after n very 7 27 Elkborn n 16 7 11 7 j careful examination of tho entire bitua-tio8 15 Arr Frankfort A... ti 30 7 35 in that country, says, "It may bo SUNDAY TRAINS. taken for granted that in Chile, as in Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. ra; arrive Frankfort all other countries which liavo a liko 11 30 a, m. Leave Frankfort 4 35 p. m, arrive Georgetown financial experience, tho consequences of cheap money liavo weighed most 5 13 p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- heavily upon tho classes that aro least tion! form the shortest and cheapen route to all points South, East, North and West. ablo to support tho burden. " Tho evils For further information apply to their agents. and a depreC. D. HERCAW, Gen Pass .Agent.. of silver monometallism GEO. U. I1ARPEU, Rec'r & Gen Sup ciated currency finally becamo intoleraFrankfort Kv ble in that country, and it has recently adopted tho gold standard of value. , ' wages of labor paid in depreciated paper worth about 09 cents ou tho dollar wero lO,1 per cent higher than when paid in gold, but the prices of tho articles tho laborer had to bny with his wages wero nearly 49 per cent higher. In 1801 tho wages of labor paid in depreciated paper dollars worth 49 cents each had advanced 25 K$ per cent, but tho prices of tho necessaries of life had advanced 90 percent. Iu 1805 wages paid iu paper currency worth 03 cents on the dollar had advanced 43 per cent above tho rates previously paid in gold r its equivalent, but tho prices of had advanced nearly 117 per c nt that is to say, had more than doubled and in 1800 wages paid in n currency worth 71 cents on tho dollar had advanced a fraction more than C2 per cent from tho previous rates in gold or its equivalent, but tho prices of commodities had advanced 90 per cent. Tho rise iu tho rates of wages never corresponded with tho rise in the prices of other things until tho year 1809, four years after tho close of tho war, when the valuo of our currency was 71 cents on tho dollar, and it was quite certain that no further depreciation would occom-nudities NORTH okW&ST, -- . Double Bally Train house he distinctly repudiated tho foundation prineiplo of tho cheap ntontiy After n long argument in favor of freo ami unlimited ceiinago at 10 to 1 ho rungeil himself with the believers in sound lnnucy who wish te maintain the pit sent stanelaiel by "Tho government stamp cannot create value. Let us hear no more cheap denunciation of 'creating value by law. Noboely claims you can do so. " With nil defereneo to Mr. Towno this is exactly what the silvering and fiat mouey advocates do claim. They assert that tho government stamp can make a piece of paper worth $1, $10 or $100, or raise the value of an ounce of silver not worth 08 cents to 1.29. Thewholo scheme for freo coinage rests upon tho assumption that if 371 lt grains of silver wero stamped "One Dollar," its value woulel bo equal to 23.22 grains of puro gold. Unless it shouhl do so tho silver elollar would bo partly fiat, or testing upon tho government's ability to maintain it on a par with goleL It is certainly true that valuo cannot be cre.iteel by law. This is why tho exponents eif freo coinage have insisteel that an attempt to raise by legislation valuo of silver, now 30 the to 1, to 10 to 1 woulel bo a failure' and woulel iuvolvo tho finances and Imsim s interests of the country in disu-te- r. Law can no moro inemtso the real value of lalMir products than it can increase tho rainfall or the avrrng temperature. But by making 50 cents' wortli eif metal a legal teneltrfor a elolhtr's worth f debt, the government ran defraud break contracts nnd upet the great commercial and industrial interests which aro base el on a eledlnr worth 100 cents, dincn Congressman Towno dexs not believe that law can create value1, hew ho oonsiste'iitly favor tho 10 to 1 swinelle, hieh depends entirely on tho theory that tho gevern-inent'stamp can make 10 ounces of silver worth as much as 1 ounce of gedel? g: weirth of At$5 to Insuro LlvlngColt. debt in any country. The weight of n silver elollar is determined by fiat of tho government, and so wherever the fiat of the government is not law the silver elollar will iniv no moro of debt than tho At, $8 to msuro a Liiving uoit. ' k'ummi (i Mlvcr in it is worth. I.VCKKV. ,.. ... ........ fU.-.ni iiMCilti1) uii.i Unde r frev coinage wo shall bo Ulitrii villi. ,(.l'... I. I'lutviil M.I.I....L l.lt, Mitnfi.nl, Kv. to rect'ive silverceiinsat$1.29 an not responsible should any occur. ounce, which we cs.n ufo only nt 08 I. un retained cm cults lor season cents an ounce in the payment of forMnre-trselcd before fact Is ascertain-ee- l eign debts. Xt) stamp eif tho governmakes schmih nmney due ment can make them worth moso Meirgan Puiuuark uhh foaled in 1S.S9 its own jurisdiction. Ma is by On Time, sou of Stonewall Jack This splendiel jack will Is? Mrmltled to This is why fmi coinage at present the coming en jh. lstelsm I.ailvMe.rgwn.byStoiwwall ' ere inare--j and ratios and without international agree" "' ",v f"rm "vr ' Cy 2d .lam'by Vliplniu,: 8.1 dam ackson. ment is an invitation to chaos ami dis' ' r,u oI b.y Mnlchles. Ith dam by Transl.y, aster. New Ytirk World. Miirgnii ivnumrk en on(1 c10 to Tnonro T.ivinrr HnW- br . vuibg Ills. I'lMUl saddle stallions In Kentucky Tim Vox nud tlir finnt. mane ami tail and uwhI. loni;. raney neck. With retained until m'on Is paitl. anel had A fox hael fallen into a well Will also stand I'artinKwith uiuru or juiiHet forfeit In Don't fail te see him . been casting about for a hmg time how j surance) length 'jTUf) he should get out again, when at MIH Is a Jot hlack with while Mininir UUUU muh ts. a goat came to tho place, and wanting 10 bancs lnifli. wi'it-b.VI 11.. 7 , : ' . . t :. .' ears askeel Reynard whether the wa- At jfl to limiire. to drink oiei ami is aiidar d ,rt., HiiI regiteretl tcr was gixel and if there was jile'iity ef fall ami vv hi in and line .,lis, which HVLGH.MVN 1K , it. Tlieft . disseiubluig the reul danger Panvilh-- Kv are larx ami tine. of his ca r pheel, "I'onio down, my S TI.VIS $10 gi le.j.iee-e the same e ve r an American 10 will pay ' i Will m.tke the m'hiiu if lsHi. at niv 3 miles frenn sIanfurel, tin the Pa- Meirgnn Pcnmark is a bay ftsllnni, 10 st ihleP.L.. vill.. ""-v .... 1. 11.11.. iiiiiius !.:... iiu iiiii II.. ki ?iieiiiiiiiiv (ULni. its ;, glance nt his pedigree will show. He will season of ISM at our make the He is bln.k .iMlli-- n. 10 hamls high, stable on the new Itucnrter pike, fi mileo by V. F t'lty, lmn by Win, Welch Will hUmnihI h g.NMl black Jnck on from Panvtlle, the same- - terms Mares trmled forfeit the i..i I I . ! I 111011-e- y. s EMPEROR No. 27. -- lo-yo- i '7 ..uB isone-otthube-- 1 lie-- F.IAfK , s 1 1 I -- I -- , 1 friend, tiit water is so geniel that 1 can- - WALLACE DAREi Hy the (treat Ch.st. r IUic. 'dh he'at on mile track. lsl eliin prt. , AV IVniliark. Sired by Kloiizl. Kienii was sirwl by Jddam bv Dick Flinore. Ik'lmont and out of Ulaiieliiia, by".Mam-brhi- o StI elsm a tine Melelki Waru. Chief. TeHce's dmn wiw by Almont Wallace is dark brow, IS hands Forret. em of Alumni Second dam by hiirh, roalcel in 1:2. Has more style than (iatntrd Chkf lVnee is a line individu- Miy hor in this seetion. Wm success, al stHiiiling Id hands hijrh dark bnmii, fill in uiativ rings h..(h addle and perfectly aouml mid h homo of great laxt jear Will .ecel He has (one miles In 'J. make the neason of 1SWJ at my place- 3 miles from Stanford on the Hutouville Full brother to Silver Kintr and llie pike great show marc, Allied. Haceieoonl '2i, erne-ha- lf creel-itei- r, h.ir-ne- t. w&z )&&.. S2T i yr. t . k r r . i -- rtX,. ssj. s w; .'ftH' . -- - i a ... r n. mi,. tflrML ' . 'rtUn. "SrfJ &71IHIM - ROYAL Uy On Time : KING, n3iyjw:rw 5"-K- - S' "v At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. MY JACK, LOGAN, ye-nr- Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Itrnl npel SpurluiM Democracy. (Souml min y tlunk OIN-ou- rl freo silver jiliink of jilntfortu of Notional l mocrutic o convtntion h t it t jilntform. lHr. Wo hold to the UMiof 1st).) Ilisolvitl, Thnt ve both k'"ld and silvuriix tho frio nnel tho htamltml moiu-- of tho country and to tho unlimited coinnKo of :oin:ii;o of both cold silver end gold into nd silve r without dlf jirlmnry or redemp:riinlniitlein nu'Miibt tion money nt tho ratio ithtr inotiit or churuo eif 10 tul without unitminting, but tho ing for tho action or lollnr unit of coinnKo npiiroval of any eithtr government. )f both me'talt muht if equal intrinsic and through ixchaugewblo valuo or bondju'-tee- l agreement or by Mich snfegunrtln )f lugUlution as shall Inmiro tho maintenance! )f the parity of tho two metulei und tho eejual wwur of every dollar tit all times In the mar-tut- u and in payments of debtrf, nnd wo demand hat all paper currency shall bo kept at par vlth and redi emublo in such coin. Wo Insist inon thi policy an especially neeeisary for the protection of tho fanner unel laboring claincs, tho (lr&t and most dufenseloi'H victim!! of money and a fluctuating currency. Tor lj Kingi-aliyl- it bay with some while olel nnd mark, l'i hands Full IS hands high, S high, fewleel In Ikki. He :rtV ha proved a sure foal getter. Ho whs I the Ik--i saddle stallion in Kentucky. eif it and so abundant not di ink sired by W. I.. Calelu ell's Giant, out of a Abeive hoisos wdl make the season of that it cannot 1k exhausted. " Utwn this gQod elam. He will stand 1MI nl my stable l miles from Stanfonl the goat without any more nelo h ajicel in, when tho fox, taking advtuitnge of At $7 for Mnroa nnd $10 for Jonnotu, ou Hustouillu pike, to Inuuro n Llvo Colt. his frienel's horns, as nimbly leaped out At $10 to Insuro Living Colts. anel coolly rcinarkeel to tho jioor de'lueleel T. A. tOl'I.TKK, Not responsible for accidents. goat, "If you hael half as much brains Stanford Ky. as you havebearel, you would havo lookJOB B FARRIS. - I'xingteiti, Ac lsl dam Molly Moimu, by Cal.kllV ed lea peel. " The World' Ilnnk Note Sjstnniu GILT EDGE 261. n 1 o The Freo Silver Cyclone. one-ha- lf n stfcv;; T3s?-.M3x- . v. ? ., TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE OINTMENT I IILD P Mexico's Object LesHun. s.k"Wi1jr,!?r.i la &:!- CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' BEST REMEDY for PILES. SOE.B HY ALL BKIIO CISTS. PrstartlttVCSAltSONHn) CO.. E7.J.D3I3. A SURE and CERTAIN-CURknown for IS years as tho Our neighboring republic of Mexico -" has tho silver standard of valuo, goM ' . WtiWarW.. not being in uso, and if cheap money is ur 4"fi SHSSST'SS. a blessing to tho laboring man ho ought to bo prosperous nnd happy in that country. Tho Mexican dollar contains Gold Kvcn In Teeth. 377.17 grains of pure silver, or nearly Tho young Populist who was learning six grains moro than is contained iu our dentistry threw down his instruments. dollar, and yet, not being sustained by "Mighty nigh everybody that comes a monetary system which keeps it at a iere," he" said, "wants gold flllin in parity with gold, it is worth only about lis teeth. Silver don't get a fair show. C6 conta in our money. Wages aro paid Dnrti such busiue'ssl" in silver and aro very low in compariAud ho readied for his coat aud bat son with tho wages paid in this country -- Chicago Tribune, m&ttmrB& W2 Pam by olel Stonewall Jnckron. This fancy sadellc slallion will make the 8'ason of 1890 at our stable mile fremi Milleelgeville, Lincoln county. Ky , on the Stanford and Milleelgeville pike. Owing to the scarcity of money, ve will stand fwjtii iivtiAioiifs. twimil rt l illi mill him timelv to all who aro leaking ahead for At $10 to Insure a Living UOlt. better financial conditions. Money eluc when colt comes or mare i Tho outlines ,f our own national parted with. Mares grazeel or fed at banking system, tho history of and prinrnles. Ned responsible for acci ciples underlying tho English "bank act," tho sueeisses of the Scotch anel dents, sheiuhl any occur Gilt lMge is a beautiful rcdseirrel, !hiy Irish systems, tho details of tho French systomwith its single bank of issue act- mane and tail, 15 hands 3 inches high, ing through tho medium of nearly 150 was foaled Sept. 0, 18S0, ami is a perfect branches and agencies, the German saddle horse'. (Jilt Edge was showed as a with its novel methed of insuring and temk the sweepstake premelnstieily iu thocnneny, and vw after ium at Kirksville end Danville and in his another of the other bat.fc curuncy Those who of tho world aro each taken up and own ring at Harrodsbiirg want to breed to n geioel saelellu stallion arc tully explained. cordially invited to look at our horse and Air. Harvey I Ittcht. bco him movo. It may bo uncharitable', but I do not lie was sired by Second Jewel, he by lclievo that the silver mino owners aro Cunninghnin's Jewel, hu by old Washingany better than the rest cf us. I thor- ton Denmark. Minnie by McDonald's His first dam oughly agreo with Mr. Harvey ,thut "tho ihun by Wells' Crusader, his present situation is tho result of selfish Unicorn by Stonewall Jackson, ho by " first dam Denmark, he by Hlack measures prompted by selfish meu, k, Washington ontl, liko him, "wo intend to arraign his first elam by Crusneler, he by theso men before tho bar of publio opin- Olel Whip, -- elnni a Hocky Mountain ion, where abuse und inisiepre'sentation mare. MADISON SANDIDGE ei SON, will not bo regarded as an intelligent Millcdgeville, Ky. defense. "Hon. John Do Witt Warner. y Onoof tho most useful reference pamphlets issuetl by tho sound currency during tho prese'iit year is ' 'Tho World's Bank Note Systems," by Ij. Carroll Boot. It contains concise and accurate descriptions of tho systems of bank currene-- now in uso by more than 30 different countries. Tho necessity for somo reform of emr own bank currency, constantly becoming moro evident, makes such a comiiendium of foreign com-mitte1 HK(,lSTKItl:l) EAGLE BIRR 1 BY SKCONP JFWKL IS. lu sys-te'i- n, TiiKGnsAT Snow Stallion, Winner of J.'iOO stake at Lexington won seceiml money in JoOO stake at Versailles, winner e.f the agcel premium and sweepstake at Paris, als winner of other i.remiiiinsinlSii;) since which lime he has been in the stud. Eagle liird is a beautiful brown, with small star. stamN over 10 hands, has n lion iug mane nud a heavy tail Eale llirel was sired by King Facie ' winner of more than 10 blue ties 1st elam by Star Eagle, host son of ll s Lexington. 2,1 dam by Hamlet Denmark, son of Washington Denmark. 3.1 elam by Harris' Denmark, son of Millers Peiiniaik. Eagle IHnl w ill make the season of 1S1H) athlKstble.2niiles West of Stanfonl on tho .Shelby Lily pike at the extremely low price of Cab-be- " sys-te-n- is TEN OOLLARSTO INSURE A LIVIHCICOLT Money or cash note will bo when nlivniKco t s obtnin.i rvqulred Eagle llird is one of the greatest horses in Kentuckv.as lit r..n,...i :.. show ,Jk., ,..:n hi ioim c, " a.. " V "V"1: . "B ".' nreeeier or t ne, good paised.' g btyhd CltS h0 ,s usu ,": '-'d Pen-mat- gr,ss after ay "' ' 1 Mares from a distance will be furnished A 1 t , 50 j,er month " r"novnl of Oaro will bo taken to prevent 'c accidents an, escapes, but will not be should any occur. I'aning wit, or re! tnoval of marc forfeits tho liuuranco. . B. P. WOODS. -- Vi - - J . A.. J1 Semi-Week- ly InteriokJoum. - Waist seta, studs, Danks'. links, bolts at Stanford, Kt., . Spectacles still roIdr at half price at May 22, 1890 Craig & Hooker's. a bounc- Pkii Hiatt, of RowIhikI,1)hs Manager. ing boy at his house. . E. C. Walton, Business RiTUMiNora amrcannel nut coal, botYou should tnko your prescriptions to tom price. Try it. Noel & Son. PonnyVdnitfBtori! wluru prompt bihI Rkautikol decorated spittoons for 10c nccurato eurvlco in cuRranti'ml. each at Wnrrou k Shanks' "Model Gro- PMliiOKAL POINTS. En NitviVfl is duwu with cliilla find K. 7 fe- cery." Two years bro Wednesday the ground hero waa covered with aix inches of tnt rdny. plumber. line mnre mule JAiini.NiKitEB and Flower Pols from fie killed by liKbtnln Tiu'edriy afternoon. to IS each, at Wnrren & Sbnnks "Model l'fldu-caM 118. Dii. Wuuv Kuha.nkb, of - Grocery." l on vlalt to bur buHbHiid'a fnmlPaint your house with Rest Ready 1. Miib. Fkizki., of Oincinnnti, arrived Mixed Paints. Quality fully Riiaranteed' yuHtcrdny to vIMt Lor son, Mr. Robert W. II. McRoberts. Fonjwl. Homk urown strawberries are begin-nin- i! Mm. M. It. Loiiii aud Little Ueenle, o, to come in and sell for 15 rents a Mr. nnd Mrs. II. LouiHville, are vlaltiug quart. The crop Ih very short T. Harris. Mil, 0. A. Mooimand wife Imvo moved Rbs Kknnkiiy, who whh bIioI by Joe into tliu new uottax" recently buit by White, eontiiiut'H to hover between life Mr. J.O. Florence. nnd denth, while White, whom bo shct, is Will Kmiiiiy entertained eiK'bt couplee improving. friendH very delixbfullv of bia youn Thy J. II. RaiiRhmiin it Oo.'n cooking Wednesday evening. Mil. 0. M. Uknlkv, of Ooliimbim, 0., coals. They nre best and cheapest. nut 10c , Caunel nut Ic, dean old friend of Mr. I J. N. Koller'M, whh livered nt your house. hero with him thin neek. Miih. HoiikhtL. Wihtk and cblldreu Five cars of a freight train on the (J. S. leftTuewday to join bur hiiabAud at leftthe tract near Junction City Wedneswho has a pooition thire. day night and were badly broken up. The GAIT. AM) MhH. ItOHKHT CIIAI'1'ILL, ol track was blockaded hours. arrived yesterday to went to Iou!hvIIo V. H. Muiii'iiY liatl n b, , Ib Bnow. Alii. Job &woi'k, of ImliaiiBpollr-hereon a vibit. Attkntion Ih called to the advertiseMkk.J. V. Alcohn nnd Miss Kftto ment of T. F. (Jlarke, tho Dauvillu ver. 1 Cor-bi- n. lubanon Junction, visit Mr. and Miw. 1 der treatment of Dr. W. II. O'H.innon. for him. It is as substantial as an iron Thomab Hi'BLKV, onoof the cleverent fence, tints about as Ions and is much aud most competent engineers on the cheaper. roiid, was here a short while yieterday. Roiieiit Fenzkl, the town clock tender, Mh. J. V. Maiuha, rvpreMintiiiK the gnve it its first cleaning for years Tuesday Kentucky Stock Farm. Lexington, wh hero yesterday in the interest of thatp-pr- . nnd as it wns superintended by Tom we suppose the job wan well done. boy wan bom to Mr. Now if it will be kept at correct time, A.n eiht pound and Mu. U. 0. Givens Wednesday, much annoyance will be averted. regret neither of whom ia doitiK "'!, Old Jajou.n, the hornn that has been to say. Miteen pulling baggngo to and from the depot for Mas. Maiiv W. IIowman and Virginia llowmnn and Mary Hite Row- ttie hotels for years, ia probably tho best land, of Danville, were Keata at Mr. aud kept horse in the county of his age. He is -- i years old, in lively nn n colt and can Mra. Forestus Held now stand as much work aa the Average Tiik nampfl of Micwen ltuth Crow aud Florence Myers were omitted by mistake horse. from ttie list of km!h 'rom Uichmoud. Mike Wuoim whs tried before Squire Roth were looking exceedlnifly well. Jchn Rniley Tuesday for striking n GerDn. K. J. Huowm, of Ml. Vernon, was man named Michael Finester with a rock dowu Wednesday to arrange for one of and was tlued (5 and costs. The troub his patient to come, to the Joseph Price le occurred some tune ago, but Woods successfully evaded the oilicera until Hospital to have an operation perform-tCountable Benedict ran him in at Parkh Mr. Kiiwahh (Jaktkh liavn returned ville tho other day. While wntcbini; the LV from The secoud pesseuger train on the K. parade a pickpocket touch- (J. wan put aenlcKnichts on Wednesday afternoon and ed him for his pursr, which fortunately went out on time with Capt. Phil Price contained nothing more than his return as conductor. Lancaster peoplo with tlui tickets home. Louisville, seems to be a exception ol stage man, W. A. Arnold, bad place for Llucolu county people to are happy once more aa they uow have a KO. chance to get out in the world without A LfcTTin from Mrs. Irene Dillion Hinging it. The new train leavea at 3 r. Rurko orders her piper Bent there and h. and returns at 9:05. tells of her location at UrownsvUle.Tenn., which she HktB very much, but not ho The case of James Downey for tbo much aa her old Kentucky home. Her murder of Policeman Russell at Har- husbnnd, Mr. W. 11. Rurke, is eHRSKed in rodsburg ia now on trial. Much dillicul the railroad huBinesn at their new home. ty was experienced in getting a jury Mkh. K. R.CaldwslioI this place, baa more than 100 men being examined be been appointed by direction of Gov. fore the panel waa obtained. If the ball Rradley totbo bend of tho laundry de- we hear of the killing ia true, capital partment of the Loxington Lunatic Asy- punishment ought to be abolished if the lum and has none to take chaise of it. A jury dots not find a verdict of death. neat and methodical woman alio will fill Runaway. While hauling on Mr. 0. the position admirably nnd her friends M. Spoonamore'fl farm yesterday mornare proud of her uood fortune. ing tho horses John Spoonamoru was driving became frightened and ran. In CITY AND VJCJXJTY. his ellorto toBtop them Mr. Spoonamore'a Cihcuit court will betn June 1. right foot became entangled in tbo running gear of the wagon and ho was dragSolid silver teaspoons at Danks'. ged a considerable distance. Besides Cahkiaok paint. Grain A Hocker. having his foot aud shin badly cnt and bruised two o! bis front teetb were Kvhhythino Kood to eat at W. II. knocked out. I Per-rill, .Mm. J. W Adams. New Fi:.vce, Mr. A. 0. Sine has inT.J.Ckim, of Mt. Vernon, who vented h combination wood nnd iron has been ill for several yearn, is here, un- fence that ought to prove a good thing d. Itev. William Bedim?- -, nnnlnmf lhn( rcazagjr.'rgaagii--c Presbyterian church at McIIenrv. Ohio Wi county, Bnd MissIary Yoing, nioce of TiiiiKK two'horau and two non. uennett Ji, loung, of Louisville, cultivators at coat. Karris & Hardin. were united in marriage at Nicholaaville Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Roys. Jell Ramus and Sam Lester, o Tuesday, K. H. Smith, of Arkansas, was marImvo a boy at his house. Rowland, each ried to Misa Hattie Henry at Lancaster, Sbb tho Ranulne "Rrown" cultivators Wednesday, and took the train here for nnd Malta plows nt cost. J. K. VanArs-dal- their Western Side Boards, Oak and Ratan Rockers, Mattresses, Springs home. Mr. James and Mifa Bottle Henry, brother and sister of o Picture Mouldings, Room Mouldings and in fact every P limit grade wheel to trade for work the bride, brought them over to take tho )i thing kept in a First-Clas- s Furniture Store. mare or mule. Address Box 10- -, Dan train. ' ville. M CllUJiCir CHIMJSS. MUs Lizzie Hale, daughter of Death. The Rev. K.J. smith is preaching ) W Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Kentucky. Mr. Jeir Hale, died at her home near salvation and free silver at Columbia. Hales Well yesterday of consumption. Rav. A. V. Sizmuore will preach n' She had been ill for some time. Walnut Fiat next Sunday aftbrnoon at ", Within the next few few days I Bhall o'clock. Rov. James W. Hubble, of Mansfield. cull on you personally for the amount ! 0., died from blood poisoning caused by you owe me and shall insist on all accounts being settled. Dauka, the Jew- cutting a corn. The general afsemblv of the North eler. ern Presbyterian church ia in nepnion at Valuable Hoiise Dead Mrs. M. S. Saratoga, the Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices Southern nt Memphis and Rriughmnn nnd daughters aro distressed on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, tho Cumberland at Birmingham. at the loss by denth of their old family Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a After making a bluff nt electing a horse, "John," which had the reputafor bishop, by giving him tho largest full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by tion of being tbo gentlest horde in the vote on the first ballot, tho Mothodist selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have State. General Conference, on the 15th ballot, ever been offered here. A oooii rain cumu Wednesday and elected Dr. C. 0. McCabo nnd on the 10:h while not near enough to (111 the need, Dr. Karl Cranston. did a world of good. Vegetation is lookTho new Scott street Methodist ing up, wonderfully and to may bo hap- church at Covington wsd dedicated Sunpy yet. The prediction for is day, Rov. Dr. Morrison officiating. It is that it will be fair and warm. one of the finest buildings of the kind hi TRY OUR- Of tho 13,000 debt remaining The Knights Templar of Kentucky the State. on it, 110,000 waa raised Sunday. will hold their conclave at Richmond Tho members of the Broedway beginning May 27lh, when the L. & K , Methodist church, Louisvlllo, subscribed t bo J. S. Rice tells us, will sell round ip tickets for ono fare. Sale from $25,000 Sunday last for a new building to be erected on the sito of the present edi25th '. :27th, good to return May 30. fice. Work on the new structure, which D- imj Well. Mr. L. G. Gooch writes is to cost about $10,000, will bo comus that his son, C. 0. Gooch. who had menced in a few weeks. The Rev. Peter Vinegar, of Lexingbis right leg so badly mashed by a C. S. Time saved is money made. We train, had to hnve it amputated half way ton, who created a sensation by preach- Both Tongue and Tongueless have the between tho knee nnd ankle, the opera- ing on "A d- -d Hot Day," has added the tion being performed by Drs. Perkins following to his repertoirie: "Thirteen nnd Reddish. Ho is in a private hospit- Men Coming Down u Dirt Road," "Death in the Pot." "Hell in Lexinc- al at Somerset nnd Betting along well. ton," "Watch That Snake." The editor and his wife are in receipt AtMillersbnrgthe new $10,000 M. of scores of letters of congratulation on E. church whs dedicated Sunday, and the advent of their first born, which money all subscribed or secured to pay And sell it on a Guarantee. they hitilily appreciate. The mother is for it. Rev. W. T. Bowling delivered the getting nlong remarkably well and Wil- dedication sermon. It wns ID years ago liam P , Jr., is daily increasing in wis- this month since the first Methodist dom and ptatue. He was one week old church waa dedicated at Millersburg and yesterday, when he pulled the beam nt several of those who wero present then Hi pounds in his bare feet. attended the services Sunday. "Which are We, Colored, j -NEW ADTKBTIHEMkNT. or Negro1'" is the title of an Intel esting pamphlet compiled from the Standard Symposium, by W. D. JohnI son, one of the highest men of bis race, and presented to us with his compliYou buy, buy the best whether you buy COTTAOK ON WHITLKY AVENUK, ments by Dr. W. D. Tardif. The conContaining 4 Koomi. Mm good Stable and of us or some one else. sensus of opinion seems to be that Negro grid One Acn of Land Splendid Hath with a capital N is the proper designation Room. Number ol Kruit Trcci on lot. Will bo Mid at putilic auction at ti a, in., Monday, JUNE of the colored people. , 1800, County Court Day. of 4 of all Special reduction on clocks kinds this week. Danks, tho jeweler. one-hors- e BED ROOM SUITS, 1 5 COUCHES, BOOK CASES, W. W. WITHERS, e. Reduction In Prices no-gr- o A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- Arf-i'- New Malta Walking Cultivators, m m Best Plow on the Market, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Afro-Americ- an s3f FOB, SALE Tcrma:-Crc- When Out-houi- G. A R. Tho following white members of the G. A. R. attended the Somerset encampment: G. II. McKinney, Peter Straub.Sr., J. It. Alford, J. F. Rigney, J.T. O'Hair, H. J. Kirkpatrick, J. W. Long, 0. Vanoy and Robert Barnett. The colored men who went wero Geo. Lack ey, Jesee Sallee, Abe Shanks, Brent Hays, Fount Owsley, Elijah Baughmao, Ike Hays nnd Dick Thurmond. months, with 6 prr cent, intcrot from date. d HAHRV RAMSEY, Stanford, Ky. t4-t- dit When Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. You part with your cash be sure you get value received. When Ycu want the newest and best goods, come ) to us. WHEIIKAS, The merchant! and ether bunnrat men of Stanford have adopted the CASH SYSTEM, we, the phjsiciatu ol thti community nik and demand that our bills, in the future, shall be paid trery thirty days In cash, its niulvalent or a note, necotiabfe and payable in bank, with lefiil interest, and due when services arc reodered. l'eisons Tiibhk enrne very near being an explo- ces must now owing us for past professional servicome lorward and settle at an early date. sion in the cellar of Penny's drug store Theie ia a business as well as preietsional side to tho practice ol medicine and surgery which we yesterday. George McRoberts was mak are determined toobservo in the 'utnre. I I. F. PKVTON. O. I'AHPENTER, ing soda water, when the safety valve- of C. W STEF.LK HAII.KY, ilKONAl'GIt, 11 OMIANNON, generator got out of ahnpe and rethe L. 15. COOK. W May i8, 1(96. 14 im fused to act. There's no telling how - When You want goods at the lowest cash prices i ome to us. c When Looking lor a new Dress, a new Suit or a new pair of Shoes or any thing in Dry Goods, Carpets, Clothing or Shoes, go to much pressure was on, when all of a and den the safety valve bursted, scattering things lively. Mr McRoberts waa knock ed around considerably but not hurt. tells us that when ShoriffT. I). Newland passed through Junction City on his wav to tbo Lexington asylum with William Spratt, the latter waa so full of life and acted bo much like a sano man that he and several oth ers thought that the big, fat officer was tho one that the judge and jury bad decided on. "Another reason," said Mr. Tribble, "why we thought Tom waa a little off, is that he bought a couple of tickets for Lexington when ho left Stanford, aud here bought two more. Spratt tried to keep him from buying tho Inst two, but be paid no attention to him and if I hadn't stopped him, I reckon be would have bought all tho agent had." Those who know Mr. Tribble well will not doubt tbo truthfulness of his story. Mn. ZanTiuiiiilb Superior Plumbing! Bf a workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs A specially. Severance S Son, H. C. RUPLEY, -- m WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Gilt edge reference In and out friends about my work. NONE. of Rra-dy- 'e. the Stat. Ask your Danville "7. F. CLARKE, Fitan k Atkins, who has been employed at the Myere House as night man for Clemens House RulMIng, Danville, Ky. per cheap. ... ,i. thu past 11 years, has a record that he Klaus Mountain etrawberrica at has a right to feol proud of. During the " McKinney'e. time be haa lost only a month or oo and On amiikh sots at all prices at Warren A that wna spent nt the bedside of n sick Horses, Blacksmith Tools, Disbrother. He reports for duty nt 9 o'clock Shanks' "Model Grocery." tillery Fixtures, &c. as much as live minutes r. M. nnd is not SmnT waista reduced at Soveranco & Into once in a month. He ia u d I will 111 at public auction, to tho honest bidThompson. Prof. M. G. Thomson left on Sou'a. $1.25 waista at 9Sc. darkey and has the respect of his race Tuesday for North Middletown, where der,near the distillery premises of Hamm A Stringer, Kreltfer, Lincoln Co., Ky., he will remain for some time getting tho Puitu German millet seed at Hi'Rins and the good will of all. May 291 1896, & McKiunoy'a for Caub only. Involuntaky Baptism. While ford- Kentucky Classical and Business College, At 3 o'clock P. M., Two Horses, Ono Copper ing Dix River lhe other day Meaars. W. which be has leased, in shape for the Still and Worm, Apple Mill, Twenty Fermenting DiitNK Corinto colloo. Three pounds Wagon and Harness, and Set coming session. In the meantime Mrs. Tubs, II. and Jesse Traylor had an accident .V Illacksmith Tools, the property for$l. HIjiRinBitMcKInnoy. Thomson is visiting relativea in Mercer. MnnKcr, to satisfy balance due on of Hamm 411 warrants that waa more annoying than 6erious. 0 0 and 443 and all costs; Issued from the Collector's New lino of wall paper nt Withers'. Tbo kingbolt of their buggy broke just aa Lincoln's loss of these capable educators office ot the 8th District of Ky., lor taxes on branJ. M. CARTER, Deputy Collector. they wero in tho deepest part of the ford is Bourbon's gain and wo congratulate dy. Don't fall to seo It bnforo buying. 8th Collection District ol Ky. Moreland, Ky., May 18, 1896. and down they came in the water. Af- her people on it. Aa principal of tho The aecoud nine went over to Danville ter working for some time and getting Christian College at Hustonvillo, Profyesterday afternoon to try tho HoRaett thoroughly eminently successful both saturated, they succeeded in Thomson waa Academy boya again. in drawing together a largo number of Retting their buggy together and drove pupils and in educating them ao that a Jambb K. Wadk lrna boon appointed out, thanking their stars that things diploma from that school waa an open poBtinaater at Walnut Flat vice Baylor were no worse than tboy were. sesame to position anywhere that thorD. Hollzclaw resigned, Wo bespeak for i There waa to have been a debate at oughness ia demanded. Ouh extra pagee aro chocxed full of McKinney last night, when tho money him in his new homo the kind treatment good aound money reading, the perusal question waa to have been discussed. and liberal patronage that he haa enjoyWill sell goods for the of which we commend to those who have Messrs. John Bailey, Joan Swopo and F. ed in the home ho leavea. Rone off half cocked on tbo free silver M. Ware were to represent the white : : M A TItlilONIAL MA TTER$. idea. metal, while Dr. Green Moore, and A Wichita woman has been arrested A colorbd coople from McKInneyi MesBre. E. 0. Singleton and J. L. Tanand Lena Gillispie, ner were those selected as champions for on a warrant sworn out by a man who Horton Giveus, 21, monay, The debate promised to aimaahe threw a kisa at him while he 10, came down Wednesday In much style sound married hqre by Rev. Mr. draw a large crowd, aa both sides have waa walking along the street with his and were been studying for weeks to get poated. wife. OhrlBterson. WiTiikHB ia Ut place to buy wall -- . pa- THE MEJMANT TAILORS Is Receiving his - . A FOB SALiE. BPHMNCG- ANBSTCJMM1B3B Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. m high-tone- m On Friday, 1 Two-Horse PENNY'S DRUG STORE Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. - T hi - Penny's Drag Store Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. At Cost. TO REDUCE STOCK G. L. PENNY. Executor. Next 60 Days At Cost For Cash. ShurcydRED HOGS. My Breeders were seUxtcd from tne beat ltarda of this famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot ot pigs of different ages for tale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address THK BLUK-GKAS- S HERD V J. K. VanArsdale. rR. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Ky, Orchard, I T . ' r "f .fT" JT 0' o Semi-Weekly m Frank Harrison, lor 29 yeara county Pound Money Convention Fusnrrd by Hal- kill river decoration day. Is a candidate for Ccngrets In this, clerk of Carroll county, ia dead. tlmnru llonril of Trrtdr. District, subject to tb. action of the B. J. Welsh, auditor of the city of Fnbllahod Every Tuoaday and Friday For the rjhiloh Nntional Military Tho board of tnulo of Baltimore on T"ty. AT Lexington, dbul in a hospital at Cincin- May 4 adopted tho following declaration 83 PKU YJfiAIt IX ADVANCE Park ISO.OOO acres oi land bavo been con-denie- Interior Journa NEWS NOTES. A statue of James A. Garfield wilt bo unveil id on tho banks of tbo Schuyl- - FOR THE GOLD STANDARD. J. S. OWSLEY, JR the Eighth Democratic A. S. PRICE. Surgoon Dentist, aw When not so paid 32.50 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. mm (?. tM m w m defective iiuunciul nysteni is iwimlyzing Is given to all who accounts tnulo and intensifying the distrust which havt been running har todays to with me that LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. come in and over K Wright will run the business Europonn nations have acquired toward and settle. W. for mc after April otn and I will be (lad for ev. it 37P m Wo. 14, Train going Nonh our institutions. Having uppermost in ery one to trade with him. " " . 3 13 a m No, t6. " Keep you eye on tho Tate Fence. See Huff V. II. MONNKT1, our minds tho welfare and progress of " South .... No. 15, ,i 04 pm Duddcrar, J I Dawson, J l( lltight, K.Cobb, " . ... llustonvllle, ky 0 j p in No. 13, our country nnd realizing the mver-sitKd Carter, l, Chancell r and others who have used It. U A PKYTO.V, Stanf.nl. Ky of relief from the. present alarming sitn- QUEEN & CRESCENT. Agent Lincoln County. 9.T" ntion, tho bourd of trade of Baltimore Train past Junction City at follows: city, which has so often stotxlup for tho No. t South Pm n.07 P m No. North sound linnueial principles demanded by larThe following ordinance was panel at a Ky , SHELBY & SHELBY, ,.1.00 p ra meeting of the City Council of Stanford, u.09 a m " 4 " am " 6 " " 3 " ,.3. is am 3S 5 commercial honor, onco more places it- April to, iSyA, in due lorm of law, which ordinance ' , 9 ' S.33 p m ' 10 .boo a suau anuurn-- take self on record as being unequivocally lication, as follows, cllect irom and nllcr Its pubNotk. Not. 4 and 5 and 9 and to run no opposed to any of tho curthan Junction City All trains stop there. rency, mid recognizing tho foot that tho City Taxes Shall be Due on the United tMnUs cannot adopt tho unlimitCity, - Kontuckv. First Day of March, ed coinage of silver without tho concurFirst Class Turnouts, Prompt AttentUn, Very After the atsment, and any peis.n or rertons rence of tho great EuroiH-atuitions falling to taxes ist day June Reasonable Kates A portion of jour patrooag la result only to bo reached through inter- thereattcr pay their six perby the additional ofon the respectfully solicited iS $m. par shall cent, taxes due ami unpaid, which additional sum national conference, this lionrd favors shall beo charged to the and urges tho maintenance of tho gold with the City Council. Marshal In his settlement um by the world's JOHN N MKNKKKE, Mayor. standard as now iu GKO. WEAKEN, Clerk. most civilized governments. "Sound money is vital to our nationII you want a No lluiev. one worth every al and cominurcial prosjierity. Any dollar sou have to pay Icr il an d one thai will be guaranteed to Rive you satltfait and a Buggy on this scons dwarfs the re"a", Kv IU sources of our country and the energies And see the new Hats at Mis Dudderar's Tem--D. of ourtHople. The national conventions ple ol fashion this week New I.cgon, new l'anamia all the new I'trilan effects in Mowers HustonMlle, Ky. He wltl not handle shoddy soon to bo held iu Chicago and St. Louis and Kibbons. Handsome goods but Low I'ticcs He Dress making doue in the latest stvl and on shod stuft The has some leiutiful Sutlers and Phaewill oiler opjiortunitieri for tho clear tons. Kenuint Malta Cultivators and Plows, M D. Dl DDF.KAK. the beat in uic, as all farmers wilt tell )OU. Oo to and adoption of sound princi- notice. MHS. KATK Dl DDKRAR. see him and save your money ples bearing utxm this importiutt subject for the future government of our legis I lators in Washington, such principle which, if carriidont, would bring relief We ar ready to receive bids on E. Absolutely Pure. una lasting iMnefit to our suffi ring in- Church South to be built near Walnutthe M Hili Mat. will b received until May ist, Specifications and dustries aud people, plans of building arc now at the A cream of tartar baking pow"The ate of Maryland has nlwnys office. Kor fnrlher laioruationinterior Journal apply to the Ky. Walnut been foremost in advocating the main- liuildlng Committee at 11. I) Flat, Ky der. Highest of all in leavening HOLTCLAW, Sote proprietor Diva's Ulack Diamond Hoof Govtenance of a currency inferior to none strength. Latest United States K. K. GAINLS. I'alnt Ksumat.s furnished for painting WouJ, in purchasing jiower in the markets of J C Tl'CKKK, Metal and Iron Hoofs Salittactun f uarameed. ernment Report. M td Committee. All roots painted with Dean's lilac k Diamond tho world Her commercial life in so inPaint guaranteed tor years Dealtra In btit CisROYAL BAKING POWDER 00. tertwined with that of her sister southtern Pumps and Galvanlred Iron Filters, si It ern stutes that whatever affects them A New Cress Haling Establishment. New York. , must necessarily react ujxm her. stantly. DOC DRYE. "In view of tho pressing importance Having completed ray course In the French CAKEQLl DAUEY. The Keason Natural. Abijah Baker ia under arrest at ManMrs. Jlny Does your husband ever of this question, wo advocate, the mves- - Tailoring System of Cutting and Kitting I offer cfe chester. Ky., for the murder of Levi talk in his sleep? Ky. sny oi noming a sounu money conven- my services to Bowling, St., and George Sizsmore, eight Mrs. Day Not einco lie joined the; tion iu Chicago or in St. Louis at an All kinds of Carriage, Uuggy and Wagoa MakProprietors Jack-Pearly date." years ago. Palier club. And Vicinity, feeling assured thst can please ing and K.tiairlng done, v.hitles worked over and tnaj.goodas iisw. A H.Kinleyhas charge I will be found In the rear them with my work Mrs. liny Why not since then? A Wheeling, W. Va., lawyer suicidof Mrs. Kate Dudderar's Mllliuery Sttre and will ol the painting department and guarantees bis Tlielr Last Argument Ciofio. Mrs. Day Because he never sleeps. work a specially and for cash onb. glai to w ait on those wlshtnr. work in ray Una ly Accounts ed because the judge decided a case STANFORD, KV. Four-fiftdue ist of each month of tin plena fur n 50 cvnt 7 tf Town Topics. Vv'M. OKKK, Stanford. MKS. j against him. Ue evidently had a conMKKSHON, dollar have lwn mnilo up of denunciaHorses handled under Saddle and In Harness, J II t'.HLKK. A Tribal to rodstrs and w tnd prepared tor sale.sold on commission. Good tingent fee. tions of tho robber Rothschilds, who II KINLfcV is A. caddlcrs bought and SPRINC, I89C. "I aim," said Mrs. XlnKhein, "to give were alleged to be fastening their gold-buAn Iudian chief is under arrest at half iTxile track and best stabtes in the country. 8 my boarders good, Bubstnntial food." B.vstJHii on tho world. Juneau, Alaska, on the charge of torturTho "Madam," replied Billy Bliwn, "you that that eminent banking firmIxhef Blue-Gra- ss J W McGINNIS. hud J. V. COOK ing a boy to death, under the belief that Bucceed, charge trimming shop. Your biscuits are tho niosti bought up tho Aiueriviui ('oiignvv4 and n charge paint shop. In F. II. HIL.SY. I'roprlotor. he was a devil. substantial I ever saw. Them is posi thus brought about tho crime of 1878 in Alt kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Mirubt, bmall Fruits, Asparagus, tirape Vines, - - - Kontuoky. In Knott county, Press Bradley, tively no limit to their durability." Y. one of the articles of fiiith ninomr nil Ac. No agents, Iluy direct and save money London. while drunk, shot and killed Duff Wat- - Washington Star. Strawberry and general catalogues on application good 1'opuliMH. I have moved tony new Hotel and am to H. K HlLtkN.Mt i.K, better DANVILLE, KV., kins, a sick man, in the presence of Wat- pteparad than ever to accommodate the public Now comes the end news, from a Telephone arj. Lexington, Ky i Myftory KxpUttnrxL Uood Livery attached, and .vary convenience d Builder and Dealer in All Kinds kins' daughter. tho wealth absorb"Excuse mc, but it seexua to in that rad. Give ma a call. The supreme court of the United I must bavo mot you before. Anj you ing cctopus hits gone into th bitsincM of Carriages. TRANK RILEY, . I TT States has decided that the Georgia law not n. brother or near redative of Maj. of silver mining. Unit-- States Oon-ulSpecialty. Work dane and warrantRepairing a Agent Reightlyof Newcastle, N. S. W., ed to give sstiifaction. All work done when prohibiting the running of freight trains Jones?" I am back from the cities with everything that All accounts due when work Is rfjxjrts that the Rothschilds havo firomised. Your patronage solicited. "No, I nm Maj. Jones himself." is new and prettv in the Millinery line. A vim 90 on Sunday is valid. n largo intunwt in ono of tho to my store will convince you that Ibis stock. Is "Ah, Indeed, that explains tho A jury at Glendale, 0 , Bent the judge th. most complete. Klegant lio. Linens and Kmbroidcry Material. resemblance." Texaa Sifter. lending silver smelting work in Ausword that hey would not give up their tralia. These works aro to treat tho oni : J1..: M1SSLICCIE nKAZLEV, Complicated. verdict until tbey had been paid for servStanford, Ky from tho famous Broken Hill mines and Mr. Afisuranco Dear Maud, your will employ about 1,(100 men. ing as jurors. A threat to jail them for What will the worshijs'rs of tho silver contempt made the verdict quickly forth- father gavo me hia consent to our marriage only last night. WUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. coming. DciitlNt, : : pig bay now? How cjui they Miss Madgo (Indifferently) Indeed! the hated banking hontvMTnioh is enON IMPROVKD FAKMS 0mcon Latcaiter Street, at Residence. Offers Ms services o the people of West While bathing at Johnson's mill but I mine to Willio Green only gaged in producing whito nn'tal Of ind Cascr Counties. Full stock of Coffins pond, 10 miles from Lexington, Henry this morning! To Date. and Caskets always on hand. In Lincoln county. Kr..tt6 per cent . semi an what use- will it U to apjd-uto preju- nual 95 S. Carpenter, Manager. D. charged. Address Skillman Scott, a student of the State dice against tho greily HotlWhiirU when OKOinterest: no commission Kenyon liuildlng, W HAW. Room 17, Clnb Sentiment. NATIONAL BANK College, was seized with cramps and Louisville, Ky. For blank, applications and fur "Kesolvcd, That If a woman wants a it is known that thou gold eurvrs have ther Information, CALL ON" drowned before his companions realized husband who won't mention lila taken to a silver diet? No moro cm tho torney, Stanford, inciuire ol J N Saunders, AtKy. orTANroRD, kv. his danger. mother's biscuit she must Beek a man Fopuliht artists find a theme, fur tlndr Capital weird mid wonderful cartoons in the According to statistics prepared by reared in an orphan asylum." Carried unanimously. Chicago Bcc-or- foreign bankers whoso naiun has bvf i "STANFORD, KV., geological survey, the entire output the urplus :used to frighten naughty children. No Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only 35 Cents. of the coal mines in the United States .wit0'?50 ,h" Ih! Pub,u ' mvued to the tar longer will the charge that tlwadvooaU-For IJairzace and Key Checks, Metal Checks of during the calendar year 1S93 was 171,- nVh,.,wU oolr Hank in Correct. nroviaion. r .. v..i .5 i..'.n .''of honest money are tho Rothschilds' nil kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key ....;v:r"-".""t"'..u""genA lltUe boy having- his music lesson jmid agents nervo to bCJiro farmers into Rings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and 804,742 long tons, having a total value of . . "M,u BO "nir or tna iS. .. ' - Kontucky. denn..!.,.. ir- - the stockho Jet.1 Ii.t,ii..w caplul stock, out by eral repairing. Shop over M. D. Eimoto'sS4 store, $197,572,477. was asked by his teacher: "What are voting for tho silver standard. Gone is Crab Orchard, : amount .qu .1 to the ..L so that depositors " ' ." ol Stanford, Ky. .,. ..cured by a of tho last Iiojhj of tho sixteen to oneru, and Wishes to thank his friends and neighbors for .hi. In.tltuuon Msaon Howell, aged 17, waB acci pauses?" Tie. sworn sutemcits rtaeconduion of thVkaTh "Things that grow on pussy cats," busted is their campaign cry of ' 'Up their patronage and raspcctfully asks to be redentally shot and killed while in Nicho- was (.rauvllle Haley '.Vf t"..ch ycM, ,he U'",,s membered ia the tho quick response. Louisville with cheap silver and down with tho will be tound ready future. Mr at any time. A by governmentassets ar. eiamined State, gov. at stated times to serte you las county. A companion handed him Times. agents, thus sneunng nice line ol Caakels, Cullim, Kobcs, Ac , to se- aojTpsrfect safety 10 depositors. u'"iona Rothschild" 11 yn lect from always on hand, a eun. muzzle end first. Howell's foot J F. DARKER, Proprietor, ".,"''!r estabKshed as the To Fit tho KIiir. Depoiit llankof Stanford la iijS, then slipped and the gun was discharged, the Flvo L'in71xtitHl PropxmltlrMM. ii.a a. the National llank ol "You nro not engaged ngain, arc you, - contents entering his bowels. again re.orKsniitjda, the Kirn N.t.oua? iShu.I First. There is not a freo ooinago Mr. Tompkins?" in iSJs, has had practically an un"t. A band of women whitocaps broke DOLLAHS Per Day. Rates TWO nipted esistenceof "Oh, no; )xu rsec, I hnve to wnituntil country in the world today Unit is not vcari It I. L...... ...iZ, ". up a moonshine still near Hindman, Fri I find nnothcr girl named Julia." Remember we are the cxdusivoagccts for tbe f.rnTV . ,1C'""V fot I'atiMicting business prompt on a silver basis. o Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large ever befer. la it. long day night. They came to the scene armSecond. There is not a gold stAndard celebrated honorable career. Accounts of corporations flS" and Commodious bample Kooms. Itcccrd. Halls and office connected by Electric Hells. wanes. Crms and indmduals respectfully ,.oI,?- Falls Branch Jcllico Goal, country in tho world today that doc) ed with Winchesters, drove away the 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. Isclpe for Ilnpplties. not use flilveK as money along with gold. Th. Directory ol this llank is corapo.ed of Also that it will be to the interest of oerybodr proprietor and chopped up the whisky A philosopher observes: "Six things our Nut Third. There is not a silver standard to call and s.e lowest.clean Domcitlr cash C&ai. Forestua Hold, Lincoln county, and beer barrels with axes. STANFORD nro requisite to create a happy home. country in tho world today at the Prices that uses mines, tho very are ableWe par tho the lowest S. T. Hams, Lincoln; to sell at therefore William Colvin, a farmer, wp.a shot Ono of theso ia a good cook, nnd the any gold as money along J. II. Collici, Lincoln; Come and see us. price. with silver. FEMALE : COLLEGE. and instantly killed while plowing in his other flvo nro money." Titbits. (rood Coal makes red ashes , no cinders. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; Fourth. There is not a silver standKalis Kranchij ct. Falls llranch Nut tscj In S. II. Ilaughman,l Lincoln; field in Muldraugh'a Hill, by Jack Earl, STANFORD, KV. tlvo world tody that has dun Mountain Jellico Nut nets: North Jcllico nrd country iu Tnst Drforn the Proposal. J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; Lump tic These prices arc for Cwl delivered a neighbor, who was hunting satisfaction iws macli money in Papa (on tho top of the stairs) Is moro than For Coal at our house chargea are one cent less. W. A.Trlbble.SUuford; WILLIAM SHELTON, Presidont. spread by the that young man gone, Mamie? circulation per capita ad tho Quittxl for the report, presumably NOKI. A fcON. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Mamie Yes. papn. awully. Titbits. Stat has. in K.S. NANNIE S. HAUFLEV, Lady Principal. Colvins, that he had misbehaved T. P. Hill, Stanford; Fifth. Tlicro isuot a nilrur stindard K. L. Tanner, McKIoney: Miss Emma L. Martin, Pesidine Teacher in the church. ATTRACTIVE WOMEN Study Hall; country in tho world today wheru tho Twenty years ago Harry McAlpin Why Is one woman attractive aud another J. 8. Hocker, President; &tits Mary Cowen, Principal of the Music Deleft his home at Valparaiso, Ind., and bis The most admirable and attractivo thing aboutnot! laboring man receives as fair pay for an partment; Attorney Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; Law.i his day's work From Hoc. Jbiah attractive woma is her woinanliueas. Kveybody parents failing to hear from him mourn admrta a womanly woman. Sbe mast have health, A "cKinney, Asst.CasM.. Miss Mary P. Harris, Principal of the DepartPatterson's Memphis Speech. - ments of Art and Elocution. ed him as dead. A few days ago his fath- of course, because without it she would lose the brightness of her eves, the rullnrss of her' cheeks his son her a Chicago Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court that Second Session Begun Wednes- er read in condemned paper thatfor mur- man vivacity. a Real health must mean strong a woIs really woman. That ahe is House. Collections receive especial attention. acd to death had been Co perfect in a sexual way, as well as in every other day, January 22. capable der and the old man is now a raving That is ahe isSjme of performing the duties of Or STANFORD, KY., are born with what ia called maternity. THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, "constitutional weakness." Those who do not en- I will from now on deliver tho Stanford Factory, For terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the maniac. tsnowfutly:orgeniied and ready for buaiaess ice reguiariy every morning, rn A Knight of Pythias who has paid joy perfect health need only take the proper preCollege. with the proper to become perhis assessments but not bis regular dues cautions andand strong. remedy Pierce's Favorite 100 Pounds and Over 40c per Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. fectly well Dr. San Francisco. 100. Portland. to the order died and the order refused to Prescription will cure any derangement of the dis- Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu..To tbe. ...... Any amonnt between io and too lbs 11 Wrli. al Life lnsarance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can Surplus, . tinctiy.ieminine organism. 2u,000. pay his insurance money. The case finAll bltla must positively be paid the first of each wrif. you all the most favorable plans ol fnsur stamps to Send at K. 11REMER. anee. He aiao rcDresents the old reliable Central SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIOMai ally found its way to the United States Dispensarycents in Asssclation, llutlalo, World's m nth. Medical N. V., HANK OK STANFORD, f Tobacco warehouse oi Loaisviuo, ivy., ana win ...Via The supreme court, and that court held" that and receive Dr. Pierce's tocS page "Commou be glad to have a liberal aharr otyour patronage. Now closing up) with the same Medical Adviser," illustrate J. asset and under Sne Will be teady to cooler all the favors that can be 3T. the same his widow was entitled to recover. s given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advanceBr provision, of ii. management. are as (Tor every quarter in a man's pocket there are a on consignments, both in the ware- fnlli. " n,...Vj . ." ments mad. Forty "new women" captured tho ucDoaiior. i. ".". dozen uses ; and to use one such a way as to dehouse and country. I will be at Stanford every .r & mayor of St. Joseph, Mich., and held rive the greatest benefit is in question eiery one a court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, prizes or must solve for money should address me at rami lick, Ky, him a prisoner without ransom until he that no better usehimself.be We believe, however, Kontucky. made of one of these could gm -..r.- ;:ia-ta-.r.h"SS. Prompt attention guaranteed. tOUISVIUE.anwAlBAIlfa CHICAtO Rt((K 'f)) agreed to with them in re- quarters than to exchange It for a bottle of Chamb a.. Guarantee. work In every particu"", aumuiisirator. ' irtntu -- - -uuy Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, lar. berlain's Colic, Prices reasonable. Has had u years' cxd.. U. S. Hadchman. forming the city ordinances. They want a medlcine;every family snouid tie provmeu witn. J. W. Hadghmah. aatndividual. whn ssnlvi.ss.J sL.! ' a " XO thoift rlencc. Dining Car Route From Only 91 3m ."," wmi. ;;7.r :t" Lincoln r oumneit 10 na For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. the Bale of cigarettes otoppod, rigid saloon regulations, a curfew bell and sevMr. D. P. Davis, a prominent liveryman and eral other things. The mayor finally merchant of Goshec, Va.. has this to say on the raoratiTom subject of theuinatiam: ''I take pleasure in rec' yielded and was released. ommending Chamberlain's Pain Halm for rheumaFarm No. contains In that As a result of tho breezy episode tism, as I know from personal experience ago it county, Ky.. the greater391 acreswhich Washington Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled is in grass: this well watered; with good part of will do all that ia claimsd for it. A year improvements, includtat Friday in which Mrs. Jamea E. l, Spring my brother was laid up in bed with inflam- ing new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. Sleepers of Modern Pattern. JJ.WUlianis,Mt.V."S0,K Intensely. Tbe 1ms farm is situated and suffered For map or any informaUon, address . II. Shanks, Munford j of Georgetown, went to tho home matory rheumatism Chamberlain's Pain lialm eased what is pronounced the first application of White BACON J3.Ows!ey, Stanford; of Mrs. J. Fletcher Johnston, in Lexing- the pain and tbe use of one bottle completely best district in Kentucky for house. Hurley ToJ.REID,;5 bacco. Comfortable residence) - - Kentucky. or D.lP. A, him.. O. r. Afear, S.J. Ktnbry, Stanford ton to cowhide her for sending an abu cured sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. ) Chicago- I Louiivlllo Farm No. a contains 30 acres In same locality, For J. B. Owsley, Stanford; s a with brick d welling. Large stock and tobacco sure to call for Be sivo letter, there may be a auit for dam. J If Cajh, SUnfoid; barns. One of the best improved far its in the Monon Route. livery give us a call. Nothing oat Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. It you need gee. Mrs. Johnston is William OoochSlanlord a turnouu will leave our (table. See oe St Paul. nant over what she claims highly indig- arcs, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aoro cuts, brnWeta county. farms are in fine state of preset vation, The best salve in the world for Denver. Both A. W. Carpeat.r. tetter, chapare unjust acwell for rate.loour ond fenced. and aU akin eruptions. cusations and has placed the matter n ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay repuircd. It is watered and on a fineClose to R. S. depot, school!, turnpike. BLACKSMITH SHOP. IwWa.;Uth tor leather oa rjrTM7C foe cask or In trad Mdileniil S. H. .Unk., p2.?rmiM',WhOI," Jt positively cure, pile, or satisfaction or money marketinformation apply to For ocricct tbe hands of Hon. Charles J. Bronston, luarantead to ray hone la Ottatv per boa--. For tale by vru.w. ork aid satl(4Ct0rr courtayfMUalordorat refunded. Price 5 ceats Will guAr&ate J. Is. 5AUNDKRS. her attorney. n tlr ta. Tiv our haiM lhatr. rim, Taawer. Stanford, Ky, 1 W.B. McRoberu, druggist. fc j 10 Ulaa.S.Cha. 'ia. W. M. Biljhj.TeL'M. o 1 13-i- m y Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. to and 3 P to., returning at 430 p m., and 9:0: p. m. 11 fur-ti- ROYVi m POWDER nati of Bright's disease. Kentucky distillers will meet in Auditor Stono ia notifying eberllTa to Louisville June 10 to consider tho adviei-bilitbegin tbo collection of this year's taxes of suspending for a year. at once. Georgo Bradluv, of the famous racLewis Churchill, while intoxicated, ing firm of Hrndley Bros., ia in jail at jumped from a BkliT iu Green river and Lexington for killing Griilin White, asta-biwas drowned. boy, with a pitchfork. They are jotting bo good over in AshWarren Wagner, of JaBper, Ind., got land that thtiy wont permit newspapers up tho other night aud without a word sold on Sunday. of warning shot his wife in the head aud A bicycle threw Prohibition Orator cut his own throat rith n razor. George W. Bain nt Lexington and severeElmer Ferdisk, sent up for nino ly injured him. years for murder, hung himself in his The United States supremo court cell at Pittsburg, Pa. Ho used his sushas decided that the "Jim Crow" car law penders and jumped from his cot. is constitutional. DoWitt, convicted at Grayson, of An attempt to buy off witnesses murdering his wife, has confessed to his against Alonzo Walling has been discov- spiritnslfldviHer. y Ho professes ered at Cincinnati. and eayB he is anxious to die. Mayfleld has declared against the A old child was choked to granting of license to sell liquor by a madeath in Indianapolis while trvim: to jority of 112 votes. crawl through n fence. Its dress caught At Macon, Uarry Fou, a reporter, on a nail and bound the garment tightly was burned to death in a lire which con around its neck. sumed his boarding house. The appeal for aid which the cyclone Sampson Douglas, of Cadiz, shot to sufferers of Texas have made to the Uniscare a dog that had kept him awake aud ted States at large deserves prompt recfatally wounded a hired man. ognition. The loss of life amounted to Frank Watkins, of Franklin, Ind., over SO and more than 200 persons were flbot hia wife to death when ho found out injured more or less seriously. TheBO eho had been untrue to him. calamities are coupled with a nroperty The appointment of Frank W. Jop-li- n loss of about 1300,000. as postmaster at Elizabethtown has The 2S9th anniversary of tbo settleat last been confirmed by the Senate. ment of Jamestown by Nowport and his Frank Haw- bind of English The colonists was celebrated kins in Carter county, fell into a kettle the 13th by the Association for tho preof boiling water and was par boiled. servation of Virginia Antiquities, which While crawling through a fence, a has control of Jamestown Island, on tho little boy in Marion county, Ind., was historic spot itself. Gov. O'Ferrall delivchoked to death by his shirt hanging on ered an address, the exercises being hold a nail. In a fight resulting from a base balj under the shadow of the ruins of the game at Knoxville, Walter Davis cut the church in which Pocahontas was baptizthroat of Turner Lucky, killing him in ed. chrie-tianit- urging; tho iimiutcuimco of tho gold JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts y standnrd: "Thu continued niicortniuty arising from tho failure of congress to enact legislation looking to n reform of onr Is a candidate far Judge of the Court of Appeals for this district, subject to the will of tbe democracy llullding. Drugstore in the Owsley A Spooial Invitation City Ordinance. s fr-- rr-e- debas-emeu- t Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction Buggies, Cultivators. Como One, Como All. S. Carpenter, To Contractors J. t. joiras, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, St.AsaphCarriage Co., Stanford, g BAIMS"- DRYE, The Ladles of Stanford, 1 ot Training and Sale Stable First-clas- s llors.-heein- 11 bur-ve- g Nurseries. THE RILEY HOUSE THOMAS SHAW, nr TO THIS XiADIES dh. V7. b. prisrirz'. T. SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, JHrSSjSs?) MONEY To LOAN Stanford, Ky. Lin-rn- in - J FIRST JF. G. BRADY, 1 d. J. 0. McWhortor, UNDERTAKER, Stock. $100,000 A- 23,700 s - f"l B BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. Coal. Coal, Coal. CEi-cag- ouo-thir- d W. S. B"DEICH, at Stanford, Kentucky. &S A- - IC3B3. Farmers Bank&Trnst M. W. JOH1TSOW, NOBTEtWlEST one-ce- A. ATTESTS, First-Clas- yM0ElM!iM Bricklayer s Stonecutter Stanford, ffiStlKte'SajrS.agS 7.--" -- r:--"- -- "l"ori X.OTJXSVXX.1LS TOiCHICJLGO. Two Farms For Sale. J 1 111 M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- UVERY, PEED & SALE Can-tril- STABLE, Stanford, sssis ui!i,jj. .r"""2!" irst-cla- fll Uo. I I ai mlm y -i- V...-,J.. 3.wi.