You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896052601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. LAXCASTER, GARRARD COUXTV. PR A 1SE AS IS PRAISE, Those desiring choice cut liowera for Editor 0. K. Wood writea enthusiast of tho Stanford tho iiiiiaicalea and contest, call on J. O. tlcly over the treatment Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 26. 1896. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. I &) NO. 25 M TO WILLIAM aiMii-ww- P., J 11. tirst-Uor- "XL' - Tho L. & X. was lined $10 each ini Tlic pilltor iirnl hli wife ter.r jlmervly npreclnto ! the fellow In l ly thoir HMD) 17 im mi 400 caeca nt Williamsburg for failing to Hi" i charmliin l'Mtlr ( the lihrllt9 Times: a ii Thompson. folcx&jjl zs. a&& people in tho Richmond Kegister aa keep its ticket ofiice open at night. Willi the .Mity.llM) )m Dr. and Mrs. James B. Kinnaird en8ttitl lows and then copies all this pIer Tho bids for completing the public May, the of the year. tertained Friday evening in honor of building at Richmond, Ky:, wero opened We have just what you want in Bright Colors. of thu occasion: Yihi arn what '"prlti waltwl for Miss Nina Atkinsou, of Henderson. IMK llltk' Friday. Tho lowest bid was $33,000 How Dear to Our Hearts Are the Scenes Leslie Anderson, while playing base from a of Lost Saturday, Ilartli U Krwn atxl sUei are W; Louis rille firm. As Fond Recollection l'reaonta Tliom ball Saturday, had hie right hand split All Kruws Wtitliut fur yHi Mrs. Nancy Coffey, who auffereJ a to View. llwr tho niMri's between the second aud third fingers. hurrah fractured hip, died last week. She waa SM The Good Stanford People Shall Lluger llslh., Ilttl Kilter!" Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, ihogood Methodist ladies had an- tho widow of Nathan Coffey aud was In tmiinrV Wagons and Plows. Yomit;et iHPiutar, ft they s.iy, For Rare Deeds of Kindness to the Ca- other court day dinner Monday and in- the oldest woman in Casey county. Of mir ftinimti K. 1. A., creased their treasury quite a number of dets of 0. U. Tho ball game between tiio Central Units or hwrM liy tore's a (fat la Of all places on earth commend us to dollars. University and Centre College teams at IMlo,llttl alitor! Klder Goorgj Gowen, who has beon Dauville Saturday Stanford for pure, openhanded, unstintafternoon resulted in Itosy, i1Ihi1 hand that will Come in and look through our samples of Paper. Newed, Kentucky hospitality. Tho capital engaged in a two weeks' meeting at Bur-gi- the defeat of tho Richmond boys by a H'leM jour f.itlnr'i gray i?ooe quill; est and Latest Designs. up to Saturday has had IS additions score of 7 to (.'allltitf urring fnllii to taw of Lincoln threw wide her doors and 3. Hello, little alitor! graceful, neighborly to tho church. Tho meeting will probaWt B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. never has a more The prisoners in tho Williamsburg laughing lips anil ley rye. deed been done than hera Uat Saturday. bly continue through this week. jail, 13 in number, made a aaw out of a The Ladies' Aid Society of the I'llled with dream? ( mrj'liv?; It was tho occasion of the third annual corset spring and had almost sawed Von are what liiiereil for Christian church gave a supper through a bar when discovered. A Porof outing of the Military Department I kilo, little editor in Saturday evening kt tho residence of Mr. tugese murderer, Frauk Sous, was at the Central University, an innovation jf if I will chooie a uaiuc far you: college life Instituted by Oapt. Henry E W. Lawless, realizing a good sum. head of the scheme. Ite.Swit William JfiiinterTao Wygant, U. S. A. two yeara ago. At the Quito a delegation of Lancaster people President M. II. Smith and Supt. J. KiniOf Heart, hurrah, hurrah other places the guests were "shown a altended. Hello, little editor ! G. Metcalf were at Middleaboro last week Mr. V II. Smith is very low. The good time" but all the kinduesaes hithand decided to repair the tunnel per With my warmeit congratulations to you, Mrs. eating cancer haa destroyed the greater manently bo it will erto extended pale into nothlngneea cause no further Walton, ami your husband, .DEALERS IN. Ki.vika Srn.voa Millkr. the hospitality lavished upon them part of his face and has now reached his annoyance and build a new passenger May'Jl,!W. t t8tanford. This ia not fulsome praise, tongue and of course he can not live but depot at the City. CRAB ORCHARD. not blarney; it la but the faintr ot echo a very short time. His suffering is ex. The trial of James Crockett for the of the one grand chorus of gratitude that cruciating in the extreme. murder of DanKidd,a former merchant The meeting conducted by Rev. H. Rev. V. P. Nelson's aermon Sunday of Casey county, la in progress Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. was uttered with absolute unanimity by at Colum- N. Faulconer continues and much inviaiting delegation, aa, 200 strong, we morning on "Abhor That Which ia bia. Great difficulty was experienced in terest is manifested. our hade our hosts a regretful adieu, just aa Evil and Cliug to That Which ia Good" getting a jury. John Crockett, Jo Sama The sale of the Lindsay estate Saturthe rays of thu setting sun were pencil- haa been pronounced by many to be his aad Charles Holm are also implicated in day brought very good prices at the old ing the distant hills of Huatonvillu and tlneat effort since he haa been preaching the murder. family residence and will at once be .. Give us a call and be convinced. for the Presbyterian congregation here. Junction Gity. The city of Pinoville ordered the The Ladiei' Aid Society met Satur- Log Mountain Coal Co., to move ita tele"Hurrah for Stanford," "Hurrah for The Crab Orchard base ball team day afternoon with Mrs. Elinbeth Simp- phone polea from the etreeta. The com- went to Livingston to play against the Mayor Menefee," "Hurrah for th "Hurrah for Col. Hill," "Hurrah son. The Presbyterian Mite Society pany secured an injunction preventing team there Friday and scored 11 to 10 in arXXKJti will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Mary the city from removing the polea, but favor of Grab Orchard. for every body and John Sam Owsley were some of the huzzaa and hur- Allen Weisiger. The Bible Reading Judge Field held that it had a right to Messrs. W. C. Gormley and Charles 54'??;r.S LAAAAAAAAAAftAAAAtl ffWvrwvwyTVwvvvtrw7WSs7vvvi5 WV YW VW7-delighted party. Circle with Mrs. Uunley Singleton Fri- order their remorsl, and dissolved the S. Powell, of Richmond, spent Sunday rahs uttered by our From the moment of our arrival in the day afternoon. injunction. here, guests of Mr. Gormley's mother. s& The Demorust contest given by the morning until the train left Rowland, Link Jones and Alex Beazloy, Negro Mrs. Joe Pleasants had quite a serious whither Harvey Helm had driven to give pupils of Miss Amanda Anderson's hoys under 12, were treated to primitive attack of heart trouble, but is some betthe visitors school at Mason school house Friday us all another jolly good-byThey ter now. justice at Lancaster Saturday. Of Huston ville, Ky., is offering Great Bargains in all was very enjoyable. There were were charged with committing an assault were the recipients ol overwhelming Miss Maggie Buchanan returned Satlines for the next 30 days. six competitors, 5 young ladiis and one on a negro girl, but on account of their urday from a lengthy visit to her sister, courtesies. Tho town was ours, and Cream and gentleman. The silver medal waa award youth it was agreed that they should be Mrs. J. A. Haldemau, of Louisville. Mr. Crimson, the familiar colors of Central ed to Miss Lucy Marsee. taken to some secluded spot and there in Joe Bailey, of Uarrodsburg, is visiting The now tralu that wai put on the the presence of a committee consisting of JoeXewland and other friends in and University, dangled from so many awnGood goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. ings and door ways that we felt perfectly L it X. railroad last Wednesday and three prominent men, to be whipped by around Crab Orchard. nA at home all day. Carriages nt the depot, passed through Lanc&ater drew quite a the father of Jones to the satisfaction of S. Dwight Hardin, son of Mr. Samucarriages at the hotels, to and fro from crowd to see it and since we are tired of the committee. They were taken to jail. el Hardin, was killed in a blast at Big the drill grounds, no pay, no expense, "staging it," us tho I.J. says, so tin took Tho work was well done and they were Stone Gap, Va., Saturday. His remains big dinner, free rides and a glad w elcome advautuge of the fact that wo onco more set freo. were shipped to his father Sunday night it is too late. James Frye, Hustonville. S Come before everywhere, we were all embarrassed by have another train aud took a ride. A company bos been formed with a and were interred Monday. The family Died, in Jessamine, Thursday, Mrs. capital of 3300,000 at Barbourville for tho have the sympathy of the whole com- AAA A.1Xi. XUl the kindnesses showered upon us and of Judge purpose of developing the rich coal fields munity in this, another "Miction. Few VW,7V7V; can even now only stammer our grateful Mahila Totten, Wm.Totten. She waa Si years old and on Red Bird and Stinking creeka, families have had as many sad afliictiocs thanks. was the aunt of Dr. W. X. Mays, of Paint iu Knox and Clay counties. A railroad as this once happy home. CHURCH CHIill. Lick, and about a weak ago was at tho 12 or li miles long ia to be built by the Gov. Bradley has decided to employ evangrlist draws a crowd funeral of her sister, Mrs. Mays, appa- coal company and is estimated to ccst An Ohio rently in good health. The remains $00,000. The company has purchased the idle convict in the prison in paint-- , with a brusa baud aud lire works. were brought here for interment. acres of land in Knox and Clay, for ing and cleaning up the State buildings, e, Tho Green River church, near Tho residence of Mr. Fred K.Sutton which thoy paid from $7 to $10 per acre. which have been a disgraco to the State. will be dedicated the first Sunday near Marksbury, was burned to the On this tract of land there are seven Convicts have been engaged in painting In June. ground Wednesday night. The tire orig- good veins of stone coal, one vein of cannel and cleaning up the Executive Mansion The Casey county Union Sunday inated by some member of the family coal, 30 inches, and another vein of cannel for several weeks. achool convention will be held at Dunn-vill- e An Ohio girl poured a cup of h placing a lamp on a mautlepieco too near coal, 4S inchoa. Tho cannel coal especialJune 5, 0 and 7. And get the choice of Nobby tho wall. Mrs. Sutton and six children ly is very fine. A block from a mine on water on the head of her fiance for makThe International Sunday School were ill of tho ing fun of her cooking. The young man measles at the time and this territory received first award at tho neat styles of Suits at convention meets in Boston June sank in a dead faint, the hair dropped so mo of them barely escaped with thoir World's Fair. Experiment. The rallroada will give low ratea lives. from h's head and he is likely to die. SD An entertainment consisting of muThe general association of Raptlsts The Kentucky Chautauqua AssemLow rates to Washington, D. O., for of Kentucky will convene with the First sic and recitations will be given ThursChristian Kndeavorers. The Chesapeake bly will begin at Lexington June 30. The church of Bowling Green Saturday. day aftarnoon by the pupils of tho grad- and Ohio railway will sell ronnd trip program this season, it is Baid, will be June 20 aud tho ministers' meeting June ed hifch school. Theadvanded pupils of tickets from all stations in Central Ken- tho best ever given. Mrs. B. S. Go wen's music pupils will give tucky to Washington, D. O., at one fare ISth. Tho National convention of Mexican will make a rato of one a recital Friday night. The entertain for round trip on July 4th to Stb, good Veterans, which meets at Lexington, Railroads Wete never offered by any House in the State. fare for the round trip to thu Christian ment will consist of piano and vocal so- until July 31st if desired. The Chesa- June 9, will bo called to order with a gavEndeavor Convention at Paducah. Tick-et- a los, trios, dueta and guitar and mandolin peake and Ohio is four hours shortest el made of wood from Ashland, Henry sold 25th to 30th, good to return music. route to Washington and is tho only line Clay's home. "Monkey John," or more properly June 1. with through train service from LexingThe Courier-JournSunday was John Sharer, a Butler county Meth- John Shanks, created quite a consterna- ton and vicinity. Two vestibuled trains rilled with pictures of tho members of odist preacher, left his wife and children tion Thursday by totting tire to his bed each way daily. On return trip trains tho Federation of Woman's Clube, Satisfaction guaranteed. aud eloped with his cousin. He took clothes in jail, thinking in the confusion arrive at Lexington at same time of ar- which meets in Louisville this week. that always follows a tiro he might be rival as at Cincinnati via along a horao and buggy belonging to a other lines, able to escape, but ho wits foiled in hie Tho executive committee of the K. member of his congregation. thus saving a change of trains and three He became badly frightened P. A., decided to accept an invitation of of appeals has decided attempt. Tho court Side or more hours additional ride. Danville, L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, that henovolout institutions are not sub hst ho should puriah in the lUtuea aud trips can be made to Old Point, Norfolk the Southern Railway Co., to visit Cum- J. gave tho alarm and at onco u largo crowd ject to taxotion, which relieves tho South aud the Big Ship Yard at Newport News berland Island, an ocean resort ofl tho tl ern Baptlat Theological beraluary and gathered. The tines were extinguishwhere the battleship "Kentucky" is now coast of Georgia adjacent to Brunswick. ed with little damage. others which had been assessed. building. Write for time table and map The association will leave Georgetown Miss Lottie Brown, of Lexington, is One of the saddest scenes in the of Virginia battle fields. George W. in the mornlug or evening of June 20th, arriving at Brunswick the following of the M. K, church the guest cf her grandmother, Mrs. general conference Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. Beezley. Mrs. Lina Letcher, of evening and thence by boat to Cumberprotest of old bishops against was tho to being Bhelved. They ovidently prefer- - Henderson, ia expected Only two buildinga of the marvelous land Island, which, it is understood, is a red to wear out rather than to rust out. visit her coualn, Misa Margaret Maaon. "White City" that composed the Colum- most delightful place, offering besides an an 11 J av Mrs. Mary L. Anderson is visiting Mrs. J. On the 1st Sunday in June Klder of 1S93J remain intact, opportunity to take a plunge in the surf B. Carter at Oartorsville. Miss Matlie bian Exposition V. W. Dorris will give eight reasons why Powell, of Uuatonvillo, ia being enter- and Saturday the grounds were formally and enjoy the exhilarating effects of a ho is not a Campbellite and Invitea the tained by Missea Lizzie and Mattie returned to the Jackson Park commis- sea bath, many attractions for the enterother denominations of tho town to Thompson. William Lusk, of Madison, sioners. That World's Fair was a grand tainment and pleasure of visitors. Ad vocate. gloriously accomplished. come and bear him. Jessamine Jourla with his brother, Goorge D. Lusk. undertaking nal. A Cuban resident of New York gives Commencing May 17th the ChesaDexter Ballou, of Stanford, a student of A report to the assembly of the Cuma resume of the Cuban insurrection to peake and Ohio railway put on a Hogiett Academy, Danville, ia the guest berland Presbyterian church in eeeaion of hia brother, H. M. Ballou, and family. the preea. He says it was planned by sleeper to New York from Lexington Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. at Birmingham shows that tho board of Mrs. John E. Greenleaf, of Richmond, ia Cubans in New York; that the rebels without change. This sleeper will leave You should call in and see our stock. education haa aealsted 141 yonng men. spending a few days with Mrs. Emma have 50,000 men in the'field, and are pre- Lexington on the "F. F. V. Limited" Dal-a- t The total attendance upon echoola and Kanffman. Misa Dove B. Harris ia visit- pared for a war of 10 years. They want 11:25 a. m. and arrive at New York colleges is 3,254; the value of property ia Heretofore this ing her niece, Mrs. W. T. Browning, of absolute freedom, and think annexation 12:50 noon next day. $621,610; endowment, $333,793: ordina- Lexington. Misa Pauline Arnold, of to the United States meana simply a sleeper has been cut off at "Washington, tions for the year, 30; receipts, 12,008. la a visitor of Miss Myrtle Wilds. change of masters. but under the new arrangement a pas All new 'goods for spring and su mmc Gen. John :bols, general manager of senger can get in the sleeper at Lexingwho was Misa Mary Etta 8tevena, one of the assisEld. J. Q. Montgomery, wear. Every thing strictly A S. W., is dead at the home ton and remain in the same car until ita A here Saturday, tella that he preached tant teachers in the Deaf and Dumb In- the O. O. dedicatory aermon of the church at stitute at Danville, is at home to spend of hia son in Staunton, ,Va., of uraemic arrival at New York. The Chesapeake the a gallant Confederate & Ohio railway has the advantage over Gum Lick, Oaaey county, 8unday. The her vacation with her parents, Mr. and poison. He was soldier and succeeded to tho command of other lines, not only in equipment and crowd present was estimated at between Mrs. Breathitt Brown. Mr. George A, Earley's division. At the dining car service, but is several hours 1,500 and 2,000. Mr. Montgomery was McRoberta, of Stanford, was viaiting in Gen. Jubal In building tho church, Upper Garrard 8unday. Hon. J. Speed cioee of the war, he went to railroading the quickest route in each direction. instrumental ago came to Louisville having first held services in the old Smith, of Richmond, republican candi- and several years How to Treat a Wife. school house where the aew and sub- date for Congress from this district, waa to live. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Fin to a First, gtts wil; second, bs pstieot. You rosy OPPORTUNITY, stantial building now stands. Daring with Lancaster friends last week. A GREAT hav trass tsUls aad parplsxiUaa la your business, Threshing Machine. but do aot tarfor, carry to your boats a cloady Wa ffivt avar. absolutely in of coi L for a the 21 years he has spent In Oaaey Mr. Med- - us coataacttd brow. Yeur wile aujr have trials, ,imnnlT.Th Paodu'i Cotasoa Brtba Myara committed suicide in it.rf iiadical Adruar. by R. V. Pttrn. M. D., wklch, though oflsss majnituds. rasy ba hard (or Yours for Bargains, Montgomery has done great good and ir.i Consulting raysicuta u ins mri lids' Hotel aartobsar. A kind word, a tsndsr look, will do are loud in their praise of JefTenoBTllle by petrla. a palloa of rhl,SurgieallnstUwU, the citizens all Us clouds i.ool largapa. woadsrs chasing from hr eettlag fire aaj profusely iUusUaUd, bpk ofla sttosg. paper ofglooa. ia To this wa would brow always kssp a bournd add cm. him. He haa alao built a creditable kanseae oa her cloths Madtear si bttU ol CkambailaU'e Cough Rtawdy la tho Her home wae la Berae, ?n.. ia mr oatcast of auuUosr. caaU ia - Hustonville, Ky ........ in miti hoaaa, Itiatha aastaad U sura to ba. nsadad house of worship on the South Fork of to them. oalr The Chas. Wheelear Emporium, 13,500 toward 8 wi tier land, and her loaguog to retura coo cbpU. ot UlscoajoWji ItaiUy Doctor book sooasr or later. YourwiiewiU thea kasow that River sad rataedl Gross Ice of rseUr care for ksr aad wish to aretsct her sold iaclotk WauiT.M.Irf"lf' IcadlordayUlf, there aabalaaoad bar nlad aad caaaad already Wofld's Dwpeaiary M4(ci Association, Health Journal. afawch bolldiag .So. FotkaU by Craig & Hecksr, rHaalertf Ky. Bafilo, N. Y. bar to oeamlt taa dead. which ia nearly completed. u laugh-tltu- e ar, m ISJfin) Bo Ml ilMJJirM PTfS m Wagon and implement Paint. Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. '.S n, Mc-Crea- ry Xbx:o::o:::oxl:x I I 5f : CRAI6 & HOOKER, I be-(o- re 13rUos, G"hem"lcals, OUs, ariTixs, set-fe- d. Wal-tons- ," iT.i.j4.4.) Ti I It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. m&zmmm&2$mgs& 3f JAMES FRYE, e, SS VOW IS THE TIME TO BUY is Every Thing Goes At Greatly Reduced Prices. 1 step-moth- er A Scramble 25,-0- 00 Yoee-uiit- to Reach Us and 25-2- 0. ?&'' l$Y.OU $1U $123. SUCH BARGAINS Children's Suits, Boys' Suits, Hats, Shirts, Shoes, Etc. al TZHIE GLOBE, "a Ky.-- E!i-zabo- jTinrsPBmG stock! 'la i; 1 complete in Every Department. T3: Jew jVWlirpery Jel-lic- o, Glotfyirjg- Up-to-dat- e. PKI "BCD Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine WW" Shoes in Great Variety. Urn-S- eo ad oa-c- at CHARLES WHEELER, n- aUh.-Pa- cUc . ) 111 it I 1 lard $2,000. The trotting mare, MayJ.wwZTTi. j vii. flower brought an unanswerable sound money speech platform. The Oakley Derby, worth $10,000 to tho victor waB won by Byron McOlel-land'- a at Danville Saturday afternoon to n large Our man Davison got the instruc Stanford. Ky., - May 2(5, 1SU6 crowd. Hon. R. C. Warren was among tions of Boyle county Saturday almost Prince Lief, beating Ben Brush. Ben Eder, Loki and Parsoo. those who attended from here and he without a struggle. y was greatly pleasod with the effort. The South Dakota selected a solid as rancy Hanks has been bred to W. P. WALTON. delegation to the National dem- Bingen, her first two foals will have tho men wanted him to divide free silver Is still in the Lead. distinction of being bred by the two time with John Thompson, but Mr. Pat- ocratic convention. terson declined, as he had a long and im a Judge Landes, ol tho court ol ap- fastest two that ever lived. portant message to deliver to the demo peals, says Gov. Brown is of the opinion Chicago is the greatest horse marcrats of Boyle county; that to curtail it that tho former will hold on as judge un- ket in the world, and ia growing. Last month the receipts reached 14,550, tho his speeches, Gov. Stone made the would be to do himself and the cauBe of til 97. For Dress Ginghams, A nice as- Is Tho Virginia cilver men, who Beem largest on record for April and for the very misleading, not to say absolutely sound money an injustice, and that after sortment of colors. untrue, statement that Mexico, whtch he had finished, Mr. Thompson might to be in the majority, will iustruct for four months of the year 32,105. preeideut and vice From present indications tho Iruit has free coinage ol silver, is the most reply at length and leisure. The speech Boies and Daniel for Printed Lawns. Good Styles. crop of Madison will bo better this year was in the most temperate vein and not president. 41-2e- yd prosperous country of the Western Hem says that than usual. Grapes, peaches and berries The Jessamine Journal Fast colors. isphere. The National Association of a single'unkind word escaped his lips. recently sent a special in- It was n clinching argument, not a tirade Sam Owsley has many earnest support- of all kinds promise an abuudant yield. Manufacturers carry Apples, however, will not be as plentiful Printed Jaconets, Dimities and vestigating committee to Mexico and it of abuse, as the speakers on the oppo- ers there who will do their part to u ihhi year ami only about a tiall crop indulge in. One the county for him. and Percales in large variety. finds that the laboring class is the worst site side quite often may be looked for. Register. All the railroads will sell round-tripaid and is in worse condition than any thing he said we must reproduce. and 15c goods. The Advocate eays that Farris & said he, "you can't name tickets to St. Louis on account of the reon the Continent. They get little or fare. Sale Whitley sold a bunch of extra good cattle nothing for their work and live in squal- one country with a silver basis that has publican convention at one to N. D. Ingram at 3J;. Same firm C Figured dallies suitable for You June 12 and 13, good till 21. 1-id poverty in miserable hovels. The coun- a per capita of $5 not one. 2c Bolivar Buckner, may bought a number of ono and Gen. Simon try can not send its debased money can't name one country in the broad waists and dresses. mules at $20 to $30. DO. Terbium in some abroad to pay its debta and it makes ev- world that has free silver at any ratio his tribe increase, is putting money. bought in Boyle and Lincoln 20 For yard wide Bleached Cotton, ery effort to pay them in exports. In that has not a silver basis. I challenge sledge hammer licks for sound mnle colts at $35 to $4S. Win meeting order to do this it baa to Bell in the you to show me a single country with a His appointments run up to the sells everywhere at 7xiC sold a car load of hogs at 2 world's market in competition with the free Bilver basis where the rich are not of the convention. -S- imon Wbil bought of W. T. Bond, conventions, two "There will be two esE--n- D lowest price of products produced in oth- nabobs and the poor are not peons." nominations and two platforms at Chi- W. F. Lillard and Jas. O. Bond 109 steers This keeps the reinnnera er countries. Populist Howard made a bold strike cago," said .Senator Blackburn, Friday averaging 1,190 pounds at 3 05; 100 steers, Ladies' Corsets Ladies' Vests 25c tion of labor at the lowest point. Eith5c 41 for notoriety Saturday by offering im- "and Grover Cleveland will be at the averaging 1,109 pound at 3.50; 32 steers, Holts 10c Hose er Gov. Stone or the committee has falsi- peachment resolutions against President 5c averaging 1,075 pounds at 3 two car' head of one of the tickets." Umbrellas " Shirt waist sets 25 fied. You can take yonr choice without 50c Cleveland, whom he charges with high The Todd County Times, was sold to loads of bulls, averaging 1,23S pounds at Men's Linen Collars Men's Linen Cuds... .15c 10c paying your money as to which. May be, crimes and misdemeanors, but he was 0. H. Penick, a Todd county farmer, for 2.50 and two car loads of hogs, averaging Cottonadc Pants 45c however, Gov. Stone was thinking of the Suspenders 10c promptly taken off the ltoor by Mr. f'J.OOO. The name of will be 1S1 poundr, at 2 Go - Lawrenceburg News ' Good, heavy cot. pants 50c, worth 75c. banks when he said the country of the Dingley, leader of the republican major- changed to the Todd County Democrat, In the death of Nightingale, 2:08" Aztics was so prosperous, as we observe ity. Howard fa an aes, aa our people and it will be made a free silver organ. the trotting world losea a conspicuous SHOES Ladies' black and tan slippers 48c. that the National Bank of Mexico has know from experience, and is personally " 'J " " 75c, worth $1. safely stated that the gov- figure. In horse parlance she waa an It can be declared an annual dividend of 17 per the most unpopular man in CoDgreatJ ernor will accept the bond of Mies Guy, ''honest goer" and could be depended on Men's tan low cut Shoes Si, worth Si. 50. cent. where he would never have been sen State Librarian, without questioning the to do her beat whenever she waa called Men's heavy work shoes 9SC Men's fine shoes 98c. . Gait. Sam M. Gai.vks, whose pen but for the socialistic wave which swept manner of her election, eays the Louis- on. She waa EdGeera' favorite and had CLOTHING Men's $$ Suit for small amount of S3. 00 seems to have lost none of its cunning over the South in 1S94. " S7.50 ville Commercial, and it will be exactly he had her iu charge in her younger S5.00 since be laid it aside for the flesh pots of days Nightingale would have come as " Sio right. of the Courier-JournS7.50 A stakk correspondent mark as Nancy office, writes an open letter to Editor ' " $S I'ants " In hia speech at Wilmoro Saturday near tho S3-5writing from Harrodsburg James M. Richardson, of the Glasgow HankB, Alix or any other trotter. The " S3 " " " that the sound money men will Judge Durham said of Wat Hardin tbat little chestnut mare will be ininaed by S1.9S Times, in response to his repeated and if a sensible financial idea should enter Hoys' knee pants 75c to S4. Hoys' knee pants worth 50c have 42 at least and possible GO of the 73 who have placed money on her uncalled for attacks on Secretary Car his head it would be like a loose pea in hundreds for Si. Wc can save you money on all mdse. bought lisle. The captain proves by the record votes that the Sth Congressional district for the last 10 years. an euigty pod. Ben Lee Hardin refrom us. Give us a trial belorc buying elsewhere. -- Old Buford, Mr. J. O. Hoys' buggy that Mr. Carlisle has always been oppos- is entitled to. In the tablo he puts Mad plied in a typical Hardin style, and drew Jessaed to the free coinage of silver, but fav- ison, Garrard, Bovle, Shelbv and match to horse, would make a a comparison between Brother Wat and ors and has so directed the largest nee of mine for sound money, Mercer and Spenold Jarman, mentioned in our last issue. the judge, in which naturally the latter silver that is consistent with the main- cer for free silver and Rockcastle, Linage, 20, aud is about aa had decidedly the worst of the word He ia the same A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, tenance of the faith and credit of the coln and Anderson doubtful. This looks lively aa horses get to be. In his youngpicture. government, of to us like curious figuring in several inevidently (heinous er days Buford trotted miles iu 2:20 aud Mark Uanna, McKinley'a manager, T. D. RANEY, Manager. y promoting the interests of all classes by stances. Lincoln county will stand for he can show a 3 minute gait. Mr. money if its adherents are alive to says he will have every State but Maine, lUys bought him 20 years ago from Mr. giving to this country a currency that is sound Branch Stores: New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, H. Baughman, paying i'.'OO for him, as good as the best in any country. Since their duty. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg Iowa, Texas, Colorado, Utah, 8. Tennessee, ho has been secretary nearly as much silIn appealing to Gov. Gov. Bradley to Nevada, Idaho and Montana. It ia noth- which the purchaser thinks was the biet Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, ver has been coined as during the whole pardon her husband a woman wrote: ing like claiming the earth. Mr. Han-na'- p investment he ever made. Tlio old fel-- , Elizabcthtown, Frnnklort. low is now on graes at J. B. Foster's, hut of the period from 1792 to 1S7S. The "Now dear governor, please let my husKy., brother, Cupt. Leonard C. Uanna, is it takes a monstrous high fence to keep ' carefully read by those band come home to hia wife and 18 chilletter should be and Mauckport, Ind. brother-in-laCol. J. Stono Walker, him there, for a higher jumper than old ' of a who have persistently misrepresented dren. He has one little girl six years of Richmond, candidate for delegate Buford never ate oats. ' the secretary, as some of them may have old and one four years old that he has from this district. the manliness to do justice to the great-e- never seen." Under this Btate of case we The people of Jackson voted $12,000 This is the way the Nen ork Sun living Kentuckian. should think the husband would prefer gets after your aunt Bill McKinley for t) wards building a bridge across the rivto remain in the pen. At any rate he Tue House by a vote of 193 to 26 pass- seems to be as able to attend to family his silence on the money question: Sleep er to the depot Saturday by a large mamy William, do not speak; open not that jority. ed a bill which is intended to prevent the duties away as well as at home. Rev. U N. Faulconer closed his stately beak; out let not a wordlet leak. of creation from seeking refthe ATbe mum, be mum and fly! Noieelees Crab Orchard meeting Sunday night uge in the land of the free and the hqme We nave received with the compli- 0, as the snow, and sleek, lay your tongue with 30 additions. A Cumberland Presof the brave and which ought to become ments of Local Editor Robert Lee Davis wicked byterian church will be built at once. a law. It provides for the exclusion from a copy of a e extra containing within your cheek; though the By the explosion of a gasoline stove to the United States all male the speech of Gov. Stone at Richmond. East may seek, sleep, my William, do not in Chicago, the family of Otto Malm, six admission persons between the ages of 1G and CO, It was an exhibition of enterprise, but apeak, lullaby, 0, lullaby.! in number were almost exterminated. Jack Ohinn must have intimidated Four persons are dead, and a fifth prob except parents of persons living in this the free silver men are chinning the peoCooking, country, who can not both read and write ple sufficiently without sound money Editor Tom Owsley. This is the way bly fatally burned. Eating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less English or some other language. It also papers like the Richmond Register add- he describea him when he waa there to A Danjjrroim Ornn. Gasoline, than actual cost. speak for free silver Saturday: The colexcludes aliens who cross the borders ing to their sorrows by publishing their The silvir is n iIuiikitoiih germ onel looks very little like, and acts less year after year to perform labor in the speeches. disease, and the only mncdy is the gwld like, the big bully that he has been paint- cure, w Jnch if taken 111 time will mivo United States, with no intention of setIf the Bound money men of this coun- ed, than almost any one could imagine. the patient from tho terrible mental contling. This country is over-ru- n now with ty do not come to the convention here He is a quiet, dignified, handsome man dition of Tillinmi, AltK'ld and a class of immigrants, whose sole object ie"to better their own condition by breed- next Saturday and assert themselves the and his actions indicate the genuine, others nearer home. Louisville Post ing anarchy and discontent among our silver men will have things their own wholesoul Kentucky gentleman that he DMiiocrntla Uancur. For the Ladies wc the Tho Latest Things in laboring classes, and it would be better if way. They are coming Beveral hundred is. If tho Democrats don't wntch out, Mn. J. Stonk Walker, of Richmond, the immigration laws were even further strong and a word to the wise is suffitho Populists will get control of tho cient. Come every man who believes in candidate for delegate from tbia district Chicago convention. St. Louib amended than this bill proposes. honest money and let the county so de- to the National democratic convention! The spectacle of a chief justice of the clare in no uncertain way. was in Lincoln several days in the interTennessee supreme court lying in wait for est of that candidacy and mot with corWhile for Men and Boys we have Insatiate Loving would not one and shooting with intent to kill a lawyer dial welcome. Mr. Walker is a sound Moat of us have more than we money man, but is for the largest use of who had criticised his course in a newspaper, was Borry enough, but the acquit- want in one newspaper, but Loving silver at which it can be maintained at a tal of the disgraced jurist, who refuses to Gaines is not built that way. He already parity with gold. From the manner in Todd County Prog- which he has been received everywhere resign his high position, by the court at has the Chattanooga, adds insult to the injnry ress on hie hands and now he has gone in the district, Mr. Walker confidently ..Will tell goods for the.. that the good name of the State has Bu- and bought the Guthrie Vidette, going predicts his election, which we sincerely Wc have the Narrowest Toe Made on CenturyJLasts. ffered. Snodgrass, who took the law he perhaps on the idea that a man cannot hope will be fulfilled. have too much of a good thing. was sworn to administer and defend ac: : cording to the Btatute books in his ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Gov. Altgklu, the anarchist governor own hands, and shot with intent to Hal Pointer baa been permanently Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Cnsli. kill Lawyer Beazley on the streets of Illinois, who claims to be a democrat, is evidently mistaken in his man. He retired. of Chattanooga was promptly acquitGerman millet seed for sale at B. K. ted, and outraged justice cries allow- sent us the other day 2,000 copies of hia Wearen's. " Carspeech, which he calls an answer to ed for vengeance. The peach crop all over the country lisle, and aaka ua to put them where they ImA. R.Bdbnam, of Richmond, who wad will do the moat good. They made first-rat- e ia unusually fine. Shelled oata and corn wanted. M. material for steaming up our encollector from this district under HarriS.& J. W. Baughman. son, has decided to enter the race for the gine. Woods & Lynn bought of S. J. Em-br- y Horses, Blacksmith Tools, Dis- In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, WindowJShades, Glass, republican nomination for appellate The virulence of the free silver craze is 13 lambs at 3J and four at 2 jc. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and tillery Fixtures, &c. judge. While a lawyer of fair ability. Will hire a large broke mule for the is not heavy enough for the indication that it will soon run its course. Mr. Burnam Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANviLLEtand" see I will ssll t public auction, to tha highest bidder, on the distillery premises of llunm & Stringposition he seeks, even if the people People will soon awake to reason and season cheap. Apply at this office. er, near Krelger, Lincoln Co., Ky., Bilver I will stand two Rood jacka at $7 to would be silly enough to turn down that cease to play into the hands of the miners, who alone would be benefited by inBure living colts. M. 8. Baughman. May 29, 1896, able jurist and incorruptible man ,Judge Pryor. The court of appeals, aa at pres- tbo passage of a free silver coinage law. B. K. Wearen is headquarters for At 3 o'clock P. M., Two Horses, One Copper Still and Worm, Apple Mill, Twenty Fermenting ent constituted, is not one to which the Gov. Stone said in his speech at Rich- cultivators, corn planters, harrows, Ac. Tubi, Wagon anil Harness, and Set people can point with pride. There ia a mond that John G. Carlisle is "a states- Lowest prices. Illacksmlth Tooli, the property of llamm & Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andjexamine; one btnngcr, to satisfy balance due on warrants 411 lawyers on it man of the Jekyl and Hyde kind," which sufficiency of third-rat- e sale and 443 and all costs; Issued from the Collector's of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in;Centralj;kenAt a Corning, la., Short-horoffice ol the 8th District of Ky., for tuei on bransow and no other need apply. goea to prove that if statesmen at all, 23 head averaged over $115, four young dy. tucky. J M, CAKTEK, Deputy Collector, 8th Collection District oi Ky. bulls averaging 225. variety. Mcreland, Ky., May 18, 1B96. The local option people either eecure Gov. Stone ia of the jackass Joe Thayer thinks he will have good very sorry legal talent or none at all. Tub Harrodsburg Democrat is making one this year in Moy Day, 2:18. Ho They take too much for granted and are a noble fight for sound money, but it is drove a mile the other day in 2:1SJ. being continually knocked out on techni- lost on the fiatists and fanatics, who will Tho winners of the Village Farm calities by the courts. Laat week they give no ear to reason. stable on the trotting turf have averaged lost on ono at Milleraburg and now Scott lijr a workman of nearly $CP,000 for the past five years. BYcounty loses oat for them, notwithstandPOLITICAL POINTS. YoTambien, the great race mare, YEARS ing the vote for local option was overLexington and sus- 14 Mt. Veknon, May ,25, 8:30 v. m. Hon. ran into a fence at whelming. Judge G4n trill decides that Pryor TPSIft M8a J. Foree addressed a large audience tained injurieafrotn which alio died. ' sMI eMI m? WS sS.1 VstHI certain requirements were not complied here r and was followed by FonOnoqua, 2:0S1, baa been bought by Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f with and'declares the election null and taine Fox Bobbitt for free silver. Noth- Frank Ellis, tho Philadelphia horseman, Water Pipes, Porvoid. ing else of importance transpired. for $12,000. She will be put in Green celain Bath Tubs E. O. Walton. Turner's string. The "good time law" which a county The trade bulletin makea world's A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO judge decidedwasex poet facto in ita ua; r In the prohibition National conven NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out I inA IAfltln(n t tion which meets at Pittaburg, Pa., to visible of wheat 101,000,000 against tUre 18 aDOUt W iuiu an iuo tuunbu uui And Funeral Director. . ol the Stat. Ask your Danville bu. April 1, 1860, and 180,500,000 oflqe penitentiary. jtbat Gov. Bradioy morrow o v. John P. tit. John, of friends about my vr?ik. Also.carry.a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Bustrv Rnh overlooks. It ia beginning to be aa bard Kansas, will lead the silver fight, while iMayl laat year.' es. T. F. CLARKE. At the Fasig sale at Cleveland, .0., m CUio the opposition will be headed by Samuel J to Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Cltmcis House UuCd.ng, Danville, Ky, Dickey, of Michigan. There will be , Star Painter brought 13,500 and Hal Dil- make a free silverit'e listen to reason. fcMI-WEFKL- Y iNTERIORjOMNiL Hon. JoaiAii Patterson, Congressman three factions, one for silver, one for gold from the Memphis, Tenn., district, made and one for a straight-ou- t prohibition $1,-10- 23 S3 Lxi'L-I.V.ol..N.- i. a sound-mone- IT fie Louisviffe Cash Store TJ?gsg Five Jtcrrjs SIX PAGES. year-old- SftU. 5 c Yard 81-3- e "Fellow-c- p itizens," I2c two-year-o- 4 first-cla- ss Cal-ve- rt 5c Yard Ta:s: the-pap- al two-minu- tig-ure- a 0 I firet-cln- ta LOUISVILLE STORE. to-da- ' w rVK,gN3reyi3 -- at riff-ra- ff nine-pag- AT YOUR PRICE. W. H. WEAREN & CO. r Globe-Democru- t. SLIPPERS and SHOES Buf-fle- e? At Cost Semi-Weekl- y TO REDUCE STOCK Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. I Next 60 Days At Cost For K. J. VanArsdale. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House FORSALB.' On Friday, 1 Two-Ho- IA E. GIBBONS, UNDERTAKING -- n "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.', Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE to-da- y F, L iMIFf JPITP H? 4 JMiJm,Jm JK f Practical Trimmer, Embalmor L4a-,- w i I . & 180,-600,0- 00 . ex-G- fiiittiwfior'erimei "2 Y INTEklORIlilJ8iNE A GREAT SPEECH. Judge Aldrcdgc, at Atlanta, fore Convention of American Bankers. Be- Stanfohi), Ky., May 20, 1806 W. P. WALTON. cars ty. Wit anil Humor, Willi Sound I.oclr, Kept tho ('nut rut Ion In an t'pnmr- - CusuStnted " Statu K.xeoutivo fJoiuinittei', Ho l'l ill uly Thnt All Can liulcritand It. chairman of tiiw Lincoln county lSvn Principal Tree Col unco Argument ta Rlfii tor tl"' Aimicrril In Turn Clilncli Hugs "d county to nieutnule democrats of Lincoln Hollworiiis Versus 111 to 1 Cranks Wliist In Sianfon!, Kv., in nt thei'ouM-hoiirt- o Makes Intermt Lou? Important Price ' M? ! ,,Ky mapBiuei'tliiKontliH That Huso Itlvn Mnro 1H7.'1. tiaie, for th ., solar 1S00, at 2 o'clock i Perhaps tin1 mtitiil money prscli In gronttwt purpose ol cIioorIuk iieW'ttw "' 'lo demand In nil jmrtaof tlteoocntry, and tho decalled to meiit at 8tato convention, Ky , at '2 o clock r m. on the d mand fur which la nvt constantly growing, U of Dulles, Itnojiti county is that of Judge Oeorgti K. AUn-dRday of Jniii, to salt r u Tex.. delivered Oct. 10. Wl, nt tho oonviintloii entitled to lUt (8) duli'iratee of the American Hunkers' association nt AtWahkkx, K. vontion lanta, (J a. We aru certain that nil of our readU.uii'n. Stanford, May 12. 'W er) will rolhh tho wit and liuimir which upset the dignity of tho lmnkers. They will nli ami Uuotcuu'HA'rulCifc riiUvo. It In orl.t for cms. trii sess It very Instructive reading. The nest talvc in the chat-pe- d full IkI.jw: toiet, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, nan ill, chilblains. eorni and all akin eruptions The proposition that this government pIhiuUI II ti Jtt positively cure piles, or as pay lepuitiU. nancy ailver for the worlil. In uullmtt 1 amount, luarantccd 10 give perfect satisfaction orsalt by nt double 1U mr.rket value, to no repugnant to rtfundwl. Pric s$ ccals pti bs. Far V II. McKnberts, druggist thu common sense of mankind thnt it ouKht to It, fiml wutilil li hut Uiunnoci'Mftry to dlaci for thu fact that u jivrtlon of our i - jl havu nml tiocn mlaliil y apponla to their by tho apncluu renwinlntf of anpliinU. If our KOTurnrntnt were iwkwl to deelnm th.it two (junrU i(u ihit n pillion or ti rcvtri' tho multl-pllrat- l n t.Mv mxl timet that 10 t linen ID nil Iii'-I- l would ih tho folly, but i rounlol a.l, 1 1 S"N -I I J nrn n.ked toUlliTB that III) worth or mivvr. k V Kovnrniiiunt stamp, many ixoplo hoiifstly Wllt-vthli uilnicle iiihi 1i aciiiin- ulTrct to Uillnvu It pUh?il, nml many othi-rWILL for practical pun"i. In all neon of thu uorlil then hnru born Scrofula, Salt Rheum, In ri'fiircncu to luomy, und In xplto of rxrswH nmny nro civr uniform Sores, Boils, I'ustulcs, of any ch.nrl.i riftdy to Ilatoti to tho tiMwhtn Eczema, Tetter, tan who clnlmM tliut ha luixlloururcl n iihort- to apply to wvtltu. niry and all diseases of the blood and or ruuto to bird oomtnou rntivw which they money that ive i ryday atTalra rxi rriwu In dinling with thu Makes You Well. Pursuant to th tuition of tin Dnik-crAt- lc Vj mpor.it it re by. If one mcasuroh correct, the other ennnot differ from It and bo correct. Oroahain'a I,nw. It li mi Inexorable law of money thnt whwi two mitiiU aru colnol ntnflxiil ratio nml tjotli tnuilu lignl toniler, if olther li tuiuerwilucil In tho eolimjo law tho undervalued metal mh out of elrrulatlon. About tho mliMl.i of tho , tho fourteenth ontury NlclioUn fnther of flnaneo In France, nnmiuneed hU crent law to Cmirlei V; lot) yenrt Intc r Coper-nlcu- , the founder of mixlern nstrmioniy, announced It to tho Pruiiliilis. nml XI yearn atitl . later Urtohniu nnnounced It to Queen Macaulay in hii "Hlatory of KhIhihI" fhowa hew perfectly thin lnw worheil in h tint direful and lucjuititly ctiniK'iUenci. IIo wni deMTlbinif eoiim by clipping, but ntlll legal tendiir. A coin by ovi rvalnntlon U Jmt an bad when debasi-In cnliiNgo m wlion clipped or counterfeited. In the oe cano tho crl'dltor i doeelviil, mid In tho other hu N for ceil. It It tdir.ply tlra diffi r nro between theft and robbery. Tho law of m ney hni never fallotl. W'n knew what will be ita ojw ration Juxt hr we know thnt tho ilend Hi t ihiIwjii will kill lxaUM) it nlwnyrt hat Hllju.-bethI'.ni?-lan- d lii It has ihot omo thlngi up In price. Tho corn crop of tho Cnltetl Stntr is moro valuable than liotli tin wheat nnd cotton crops combined. Tho crop of corn made Just preceding the gold Ntnndanl, In 1S"I2. i"l 1 for 31 cents nt Cold nnd the rni of K4 was worth 43 ci nts In g .Id, ami it l.a generally been above tho 187.' ri e. The tut rop Is nlmut junl to the. win nt erop. Oats were worth 20 cents In lSsTS and Jt eenu in !M)I. Fat beef nUi-r- were worth !0 in p. Id In l87Jrd Ifoln gold in lMfi. Hogs more t.ow than tin y were in 1WS and hnv-- g. higher than they w re thi n Thi fame n wiv iret as much In gold now for buttt r, lib kens and rks as they did lu gn -In 1S72, and this n p Is more wltialli than tho wheat and cotton flg-jn- -, 1 s FISHING FOR SUCKERS. ( lei . , rrojw eombliitsl. TolNirno, potatoes., hay, coffee, lentli. r, whisky and it hundred other thing have not deelinod in price. lmi-on- Lx-InRto- n, 3-- nx. pri-jiull- Cooke's J yjp O O 11 Q cure a itltnu 1.,A:..:nn " b . r i e-- iMtrneal nothing in 10) your. Yin iki know W. 13. McRoberts, Stanford. that in fixing a ratio thjr attributed no m igic " Penny's Drug Store, to tho icov, rntnent i.tnmp, but nought dlllgei.t ly to naivirtrfln the market value of the two Craiu & Hockcr, meUilt In thu leidtng mittc nx f tin world and W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. ootifortniHl, an thoy th light, trl'tly to this th mr?ul adopt market ratio, lly iur-iltF. H. Twidwcll, nl by them ww would isuw fix thu ratio at J. A. Hammond, Hubble. about Xt to 1. The euniUWut man la not the one w ho ktambi in cue I'iMnlliws Tanner Hros., McKinncy. of the ebaotl.'U rondltiorsa arotiinl hi in, but It J. I'. Alitott, Powers. la he who, with uitellHuic aud clreum'peo-t-i m, adapt htiDM-lto tlm ehangcl oomlltton Jlcazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. of aitalra. M. Lcc Pipes, Moreland. (lold Vrrsu Silver Standard Contitrlea. For nearly !4) ye.ir every Yours for Health, In the world Iiiih li'n on a, gold fituudanl IkuIi. governrtieutu, and They are nil Jambs T. Cookk, thtlr laivi an m.ide by their ope nnd for Harrodsburij, Ky. their pple. The government wlileh llrd plam-HlwayenligbU-neiliiutlo- rnncl nnt on .inii five. atltl.m nlmiit kllv.r. AnionL- - thu fieLTOMof thu ' J, I outhiKithl!i2WonltlkiMisltchlratii Mlver ,' DCpSia, Kldliey ailU liver llleasC mll, , . :.. . ....,.' rtmnt would havo to "atand f nun under" nnd ... ..,1 .:.... ..a ... ..I .i.i ..w 'ICIU lO lli.UH.uni. take caro of them-lv- .-s. of alue In gol l or mIIvi r and fixid a ratio km let the Wc Invir a great dent of lndlgnnnt ileolnmn ,..,, Im,..i.i ... - ti..i. When Cured It ., .... Hon tlit government um-- i not pay Itn In plo In so doing.; not more binding on vu obligrttlous lu ailver. To maintain the toar Keeps You Well. their methods of bunliu-wthoir in cm of "coin" gold uud Mlver li trnuortitlofl. or tho tn.pli uienti with which (Kirlty guverniitont in revolving ItIts duix and tli.it thu tlny wiweil and nw;ed It wtild m n h.u1 jmyllig It debts ruut ignore the inferiority of Sold in Lincoln county by -"" f llfiL Tliu (I'tinrnf li.'.vrt iillt-n- Imil kllfi.p ....u. ,i.., I ... i.snnisrw)nniwuiiil . 'e Now Itne 10 to 1 UlliietiiUUlii. Tim gold utandnnl advmtiteH 1m Hove in gold nn n wiblo wife with tho larg.fct The If! to 1 uM of ailvor imioiig the ve in tho soci.llwl doubl'Mtnud-nrd- . drenini r an we are driven by thla lnw to the uo of atlver aloi . All gold htnnilunl ooun-trieuo lurge amount.i of nilvcr nml no silver fctnndnrd country unet any gold whatever. Ai the practical nuitIon l'l thu use of the inetalH, U followa tliut wp aru tho bimetalilit and tlm 10 to 1 mki1o nro tho Iiiuiininet.illUt. Itencu thu buttle thnt 1.1 to be fuiight to a llnUh In xt year la whether wo will remain under n gold Htundr.rd, withaetual bimetallism in u.e iiimiiig tho jieoplo gold and nllver circulating freely without dlsorlm-Inntn agalntt elthrr or clinll wo have n ho :lliil double atandnrd nt tho uiluU and eU, with nllver monnmctallUm in actual um? Tho battle Ik between Hubstanco and thailow, lx'tweon thow who want lilinctnllNiii In fact ami tlioto who want it in nanio only. Wo are tho f rieuda of nllver money, who would bring to lVi nld tho power of thu government ku'p it gol, nud tiny nro ltri enemieti, who, by unlimited oolnage, would taku from by tho govunimotit, it tho guarautio of and thereby degrade it to ltd market value. Our govommint ha lx en and li now coining allvi r at thu ratio of l'l to l. It It enabled to do tlili, under tho law it can restrict tho amount coined, uinl, being with tlili control, It undertnlti-- to make every dollar gml money. Thu moment the govurn-iiuui- t Iiimw control of the coluagu contldi nco In itx ability to protect thu money issued H & ""i1 " "nv,'.r ')',llnr ,b"V H,on,H ",r it and 1h worth W cvnta. To llliiKtrato: A merrhnnt iioiild very well guaranteu tho ex- oj nu ci.ru u ih. wen iiuouiti 10 txm . but if thu clerk deiuamll Jml thiiPXiM-u-freo and nnlimltiNl exmnfi then the tner- 1 kill. d. l'li a t- -i ve-de- . eKl-H- M. ..- I , "THE OLD RELIABLE" .: i:Kvv THE :: Cincinnati Weekly Conimercial Gazette OM.Y 50 Conts a Year. A SPECIAL OrTKU -- In orJcr to gel inio uoie houxa, ne subtcilbcrs who scad It 'Ih. befote June jo will receive I he Weekly Coma ct Cial Gacttc frcm 'lite of subscription to July nt, r ' Published eery TtinilST inornlnj in time to reach readers at a iliiuiue of jna miles on day ol putilicatisn. It is the olJrot family newspsper in the West y It has eight pagis oi eijht cilumas ejeh, filled wliu the must important ucuxifthe worlJ anil just what tho lamlly firesbiu u ust enjoys Adilicsa COMMKUCI.VL, OAlXTrK CO , , Cincinnati, O. cm-pactl- iv7 rtr3&fettK'v'3i'i: :& ii'.i'i A.A.'. '.... A THE CINCINNATI DAILY AND SUNDAY mmi In Conoral Volitlco, i News, itepm-to-. ittiocrttaitu, SUttotvrtHono, (Ooooi)i, COMinvlul Uluitcv ittavltct It Loads Them All. For sale at all news stanJs and dcilverid by at io cents per week 7 days. II y mall, including Sunday.. f 85 per month lly mail, omitting Sunday 75 per month Saturday, daily t 75 per) ear Sunday i 00 per ytar. COMMERCIAL. GAZF.TTK CO., cir-rlc- r Cincinnati, O. J08T IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LIT WORMS vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S CRE1M FOR 'EVEIY I0TTLE SOU) YEARS Has led all WORM Romedlos. BT rraar4BKVOOISTS. 1U br KICHABDMS ItDICUI CO., BT. LOna. fiUARAHTEED, u mother pretends not to ww tho r liitno child. ThU given tho option of melHli to the person drilling with the gov ernmi nt. whether an di btoror cnilltor. If the nt MioulddlMrimlnato againnt xllvi r by rvf tiding to It for dues, or li)- - lnUt-inon tNiytug It of gold, that moment the iKtrlty would bu gone und tho Nllver in every iimn's jmcket would would be at u Il eulii.ige under thu eontrul of tho government, the government uiuk-eit goo.1 at 1U eountor, and this make.- it goml n't every counter In tho world. If there 1 anything in tho doublo htandard Ftubility lih-- we ought to wurk for It kr nil It U worth. If two nu t. ils will fix value better than one, then three mttals will t two, und four ljit threr, nud by having eight or ten rvpn'M-nthtlvinntali in the tnudnnl wo can anchor It so tlmt it will not crawl an inch In l.OtO years. Tlio Kecotul proi it ion U that gold hurt ap thu pild standard li tnuri' oUdirnt Tho aud thereby doprvbevd prh-eH- . to tho will of Iti xoile than oitnt U. Winn an wunu oiiUMt oKmtlng uion a number of ur ImiKrf'Uint admlnlHtratluit mcnouro U il. fi- it"d tleliH will produce thu samu effect lu ull thoiu by tlm repnoentntlvia of the FnglMi inuplt. nut nffei't.l by 11 contravening muse. When the guvurumi ut U lininnlLitely ploccd In tho we couteniploo prloed, wo find that uincu thu haudx of tho opKwitliii. Tho gold tnndard gokl ittandiinl wtu mlopteil, Feb. 12, lSTII, mime lu vidue, nouio have nitldua are tho-that havo r.'l.uuuil thu nrtlclea linve divllni-worhl from barlmrlHin and hnvoglen It all Ua stationary, whtlu ninw rKen In aohoolM and price, uad no contravening cnucti will or loirniiia and Invontloa, whuni churohM utxiund, whem thu tUgulty of man H 00 lint for tho failure of gold to dopn.i all havo demalntalnnl nnd labor pro;irly niwaibl, and alike. Wo tlnd that no two artk-lothey control tho coinuU'n of thu world. clined at Uhi kAtuo tlmu or in thu wimu nor him any ono artielu retnulniil Thiw natlnna, nfter tilting gold nud atlver ilepn-cfur hundruls of years, voluntarily oloptoil tho Tills dvmontriitn that, a CfiW ataudunl. S'o nattiui today Lu thu llver to tlio-- o artlih-r- t that havo decllniil, no ono stundanl from cboW II li only boin.o tiny umtrolUng cuixi can bu afilgnid im having nro week aud helpless to remedy tho evil thnt proilueid rexulti. any ut thorn remain on a kilver biu.U. liut to Tho urgurnint of the 10 to 1 people It day thu Cuttcd htatis, tho foremost nation In that uliint uud cotton hnvu declineii, and thiy I know an old to glo.it over tho fni-t- . j nil tho earth In aolvencjr and nourc. In In telllgrncv and energy, U ik rlotuly Invltod U in gro ivh i. when anked how hu w as gutting alHiudon the atnn'lard of civUlJMtlou and coin- along, nlwnya replleil, "lVjrly, thank Gotll" mi nil and to coaort vttth hall clvillriil, lialf and they un thankful when thu country I.h clad popl, whi nrv aud ignorant, Mho jioorly on wheat and cotton. Since lbTJ the Imvu little or no conuuureis when1 bull tights vivst ftirtllu pmlriuH of thu northweht have nlMiutid nnd HehuiUdonot. whem liiiinan labor tkin turned into w hcatflelilrf. bo that tho tiro- la In hharp com;HitiUon with tho inn k und divtliHiiif win at In thoUnlUilStati-- i haa Uen lowly Jac l;nM, win re 11 bnvchcluut U prefi rrol doiihliil nluoe then. Tlio batnu thing Inn bouii to a tuft xult and u huif the buUc th p plo going on lu ltu.iila nud South America. The know no muni about 11 rt.iniLvnl of value than WDiidiTfiil hu; roveiuojitH in machinerj' for n mule alKnit the uobuLir hyp.ithiMlM. riuroly harviMttug wheat nud tho xtinlon of wo wnnld do well k Uiko n look nt thu com for tra:iiurtlng It to market guvo an ;nny befmv Wo kit i1jv.ii to thu feast. linineiiw tm;x tin to tho production of It. A farmer can muke moro money raining it at .X l'ree, Colirngx Argiliuenti. bu.lu-- UHlay than ho could nt (1 per Tlui Invitation la tliat thu country, after rents Hr yean ago. Tho bushel so has been that ielJiiHt.1 Its inoftnoa bvtne4i Uif Al Ita of wheat has thu oTirpnului-tloyiHirH to n gold atuudnrd. va.ill wuldeuly had lunl the gold do and nil v.vluiti Jut nil buxintf KVindnixl of gi!d Ut wh.lt in prloi, the nnlui'tion. Ita price is nothing to bj regulatiil and nllver. with aud domaud. tinned ilontle Tlio nrguniflnta mlvmicM in Uihlf of micli 11 Hiipply Clilncli Itiif, Caterpillars end Doll worms. cliwige an-1'irvt. A double rehtlng U(mii gold Iv..t ilay n l.ttlo bug Hettled down on thu and ifllvi r would gt 11 uioro aun-r- t measure wihvhui. nit 01 tlio nortiiwint, nnu in onu or f of too Id to 1 argu-111of value und onu liable to iluctuation than two wii kn out up a n gin gold htnnilunl. ut on price nnd Mnt tho priced back into Second. Gold Usm ii)prrolaUil in valuo and thu neighborhood of those of 1S7U. Tho old h.iy all prutierty miunxl by It lia In. dmila, who ku w tiwi lmblta of thu chinch bug value. aiul the kiud of a uiul4idioatlon table bu Ubiil Third. Tho Httpply of gold U imuliuato to ill regulating tho Increase in his family, took uuiko It a hrtfn Htumlnnl, iuuI thu xcarcity of it tho tralin for Chicago, commenced buying will tend to tho dcprKodon of prlcui. wheat and broke aU tho "smart Alecks" in Fourth. Tho free, uulhniti coinngo of sil- tho city. Thoy may bnvo tabbed gold standanl ver at tho ratloof l'l to 1 will croato unlimited depreslou at home, but they put their money demand for ailver uuil rvntoro it to par on thu chiuch bug in thu city nnd wun. Tho catFifth. Free and unlimited ooUmh;u of allvcr erpillar and bollworm can do thoaamu thing for 16 to 1 will Incroano tho prloo of propvrtj. at cotton. I only know thu chinch bug by reputation, but I ntn personally acquainted with Mythical "nnuUi) bttsuilanL" the-- ) worniH. Tlwy nro compoud of appetite With nfcrenco to tho llrvt propo-ition- : A and hkin. Tliey do not care a tlnker'tl blessing standard of valuu la soniu cxot lumwuro which for auylMidy'd btandanl, and when they invudo intern Into and becoim 11 irt of every con thu cotton fields of the south they avnd tho tract, aud to whloh all obligation aru refer- j pricu of cotton up In every mart of thu world, could, by legal enact- I gold Htnudard or no gold xtundard. They havo able. If our govunum-nment, fix thu valuo of gold and tdlver in tho I been doing business with us this summer and market of thu world und could keep thoui per cent. have moved thu price of cotton up to u tlxod ratio, a doublo at.indard ) Tills bug und thevo worms haven't many would bo pructicublo. Hut it oaunot 11 x or friend, but as sluggers In un argument with maintain value. Tho buyer of tho worhl, tho u 10 to 1 crank they aru entitled to tho bolt. MerclumtH, do that. When Abndiam purcluvwd I Cotton brought 1 a pound In Now York dur hU lot in Hphron'H ceuietury, ho weighed out ing tho war, and ft) to 40 ccnta a pound tho to Kiihron ailver "curruut money with tho year after thu war on account of the four merchant." And tho merchant., of tho world lint coUon fllInlne from lbUI to 1M2, nnd it havo Uvn Buying what ahull bo "current . hUl,ra, yi.aM Bl! tting down to its normal price. Thu price declined when wu madu too tosa-ipcnGovornmentanronajKiwerle-tho much of it. The largest cotton orop made with law of vuluu oh they aru to Miapeud tho law of slave labor was 4,0X1,770 bales, and I remember gravitation. Hut-- being tho cum;, I can conwus confidently predicted that no Much crop ceive of two ataudanU, onu of gold und tho it would ever be made with free labor. The crop other of ailver, and contract might bo made of IsT'J was less than 3,OUO,(XO bales, and we referable to olthjr standard, but tho lndoter-mluatgradually lncrca.scd it to a little less than duublo standard, renting on two mot-albales in 1&4. India, Egypt and Urnzil any binding obli- are also raising larger crop of cotton. The not linked toguthcr by gation, but both uctlug under go ui you plea.-Immense crop of 1W4 was thrown apon a rule, li to mo absolutely Illy prupurod to receivo It. For three We cannot bind thum together as wo do two market years there had been leas cotton goods conmetal in thu pendulum of a clock or In thd sumed than usual, owing to the worldwide maiiupriug of n watch. No puoplo over did panto and depression of business following the biulncHi under tho imaglmit? doublo standard, liariug failure, nnd these two conditions meeand every attempt to uuforco it has resulted in tingoverproduction and underconsumption-broug- ht alternating from ouo standard to tho othor. cottou down to a very low prion. England triod it for 470 years, and it was an Somu of thu Populists tell us there cannot bo utter fuiluro. Frnnoe changed her ratio US overproduction until every man, woman and time in 13 years trying to walk tho double In thu world has a rotund stomach and a standard tight rope. We tried Hand wont first childsuit of clothe. This 1 baed upon thu to a silver hauls, then to a gold basis, then to full communistic Idea that it 1 tho duty of gov a paper baals and trwn back to a gold basis. ernnt-- nt to tako care of every loafer who 1 Too vhriso "doublo standard" Is a contradict; too laxy to work for a living, and is too than of torma. Htajidard moans corroot measto was to an answer on. ure, and thero cannot be two different correct Irloes or Corn, tloga, Iluttar, FoUtosta. Eto, measuroa of value any more than thero can be Uava lllaen Since 1873, two different correct weights to sell by, two sllfferont oorreot oompasses. to sail by or two If the gold standard depressed wheat and different correct thorrnometers to laeaauro cotton, It wm surely loaded at both end, for nils-er- upon oar lot-llt- ti-- If w had , limp of goM-riii- Jut a. In lin-tea- d dti-roun- - ix-n- n do-gri- d. thi-M- k - wi-k- I nill-nxid- s 11 one-hal- j ' t OVI a things alike? Wlust Makes Interest Low? Interest has declined nlncu 1872 In my part of tho country from 3 per cent per month to 6 and 8 ount per annum. Thero is no denying thu fact that thu goldbugfe did that. Tho nouth nud west havo saved more on thodeclino of luterest than they have lost In thu declinu in wheut and cotton. InturtM; Is always low under an honest standard, among an honest people, whuru money Is plentiful. It is lower in I.ondon than In any other n)ot on tho globu bocnuo her standard is stable and her commercial Integrity has been tho caro of her statesmen uud her jieople for ages past. England's punctuality in mooting her obligations hius made London tho clearing houtui of tho world. Tyro was the Loudon uf ancient times, Seiitt-on tho eastern end of tho Mediterranean, hlio rulgnisl queen of commerce for centuries. Tho Mccptfir of commercial greutm.-sfrom her when her own children reared Carthago at the other end of that ra. Some colonies lu U.0 years ago Englund plnnti-Amerien, and today tho United States is only formidable rival for tho commerce of tbn world. Tho object lesson of ancient history is being repented. If the insatiable mine owners by use of their millions, and tho place hunting demagogues by unctuuusup ;m'(iU to projudico, hucvmiI In driving this country from the htumhird of civilization and commerce, tho standard that announais In togrtty ut homo and inspires confidence abroad, to u flat standard and silver b.isjs, then Kngkind will havo no rival to grapple with bur in the marts of the world. Moro Gold and More Credits. Tho third proposition Is that tho supply of gold Is insuiilcieiit to make it n correct standard uad lis scarcity will tend to depress prloea. The average annual output of gold of rhu world fur thu first half of this century, in round nuniU-rs-, wiu Ua,uX),000. From 1U1 to hn covering tho gold bojm in California nnd Australia, tho yearly average was I1U),0U),UW. The output for 1H33 was ll.000,UOand for IMM 1H1.0UJ,OOJ. The birth rate among gold using count riis U not increasing, whllo the production of gold Is on thu increase, as Just stated. Tills uuswor ought to satisfy even tho extreme 10 to 1 people tho "per capita" Populist in view of tho fact that improvements in power nnd machinery are being applied to the production of gold, whllo tho genius of invention finds no Inducement offered nor field for operation in the population business. My next answer is that tho more highly en lightened tho world bveonus, and tho greater thu Improvements In business methods, tho hss norewity thero Is fur the uso of actual money of any kind, Steam and electricity hnvo ao knitted civilized rusjplo together that they aru practically onu community. Ilusinets men speak to eaoh other around the world 11s If they wuro ussembhsl In thu same building. Their buslnua-- is done on n tyttum of credits, without thu um of money, except for ultimate M'ttlouinnt. Nor Is this uiethoil conflned to business men. It is broadening with tho evolution of man from a lower to a higher piano of Intelligence. A farmer may now live for u whole year on tho fat of tho hind and nover handlo a dollar In money during that time. Ho may receivo chei ks for his crop, deposit them to his credit with u bank nnd draw on tho bank for what ho owes nnd upends. Neither he uor the men who bought his crop had a dr.llar In tho bank. Tliey only had crodtt there. Tlio bonk owns tho money In its vault, and Its oiutumurs simply have thu bank's oblign tlou. Dank credits perform precisely the same work that gold und Mlver do, and they perform it much quicker nnd more conveniently. Tho Soots aro tho most conorvatlvo people in the world, and thoy have had the best banking pysiom of any people for 'AM years. On n gold reservo of f 1,1152,0X0 they supjiort bank credits to the nmount of $44S,'.&4,UX. The host authorities imtlmato that only ouo bill of exchange in tiuO.Ou) is evtur paid In money (n Diglaud Gold, Mlver and othor money perform I per cent of tho exchanges iu this country, and credit in tho shape of bills notes, checks, etc., do tho othor W per rout. Tho business of the world could no moro bodono today with gold and sllvor than Its Inland transportation could Imj done with ox wagons, Thu 10 tu I orators, in denouncing tho act of 1873, nwurt that half tho money of the country was destroyed and hold out tho idea that our meney ha been contracted to that extent. In l!72 our population was 40,5lo,0u0 and our per capita of money wns I1S.TU. In 1K4, after the country had been buffering with gold standard for 21 years, our population is tW,2T5,CU), wd our per capita of money is &5.41, and wo have muoh better money now than ho had then. Tho adoption of tho gold standanl as a measure of valuo did not lncroa-- tho demand for gold for usu to any great extent. Alcohol is tho standard for measuring tho strength of all spirituous liquors, yet that fnct has never boon fouud to bo very straining on alcohol. A Surfeit of Silver. Fourth proportion, that thu freo and unlimited coinage of sllvor at 10 to 1 would creati unlimited demand for sliver and rostoro it ti a par. How tho moro coinage of silver oan in any way increase its use among thu people I am unablo to understand. If theru was not enough of It for uso a money and the government wo limiting the coinago of it and thereby deuying the people of the uso of it as money, then thero would be force In tho proposition to Inorease the coinage of ailver. But our condition 1 exactly the reverse of that. The amount of coined nnd uncoined sllvor In the treasury is 1512,000,000, while tho amount In circulation la about I107,CW,UU0. To encourage thu uso of silver by tho people the government exchanges coined silver at its mints for gold or legal tendor currency and pays tho express charge on the silver to any part of the country. This coined silver is all good uionoy. The dollars are legal tender for all debt in any amount, and the bulves, quarter and dimes aru exchangeable in sum of 120 for gold or other legal tenders. Notwithstanding the inducement offered by the government to promoto the use of silver, it ha hitherto boen unablo to force into circulation of Its stock on hand. more than about Then, why all this clamor for more coinage? If a wan had Are tlnios as much blood in hi bo5y d a hi nrtoriis aud rein would circulate four-fifth-s of It was lying Idle arwuod hi ra-- n heart, would any one say that such a needed a free and unlimited infusion of bleodf X government can no more Induce people to The labor np Is isUnl lu value to all othor orow coiiiliim il, r.i d it bus Meudtly udvnuiisl in price. Land is much more valuable in gold now than in 172. notwithstanding it was by the imnlcof lHWand lfe. The price of wool ban but the Morld'a proiluc-tloof It, ulnee 1872, has doubled and the use of It ban liecn JNirtly hupplnlitml by the une of Horw-Mitton.g'xsls. huvi declined, but tlio railroads, and bicycles are doing tlio worl. tliey did. The cct of the produi-tioof an urtli le ilxes its value. Till Is neees sarily no, liecaune If the profit Is large, otht rs will iMiiittrneu-- to the business until theprtco Is brought to Ita proper level. Allnrtlchm man nfacturcsl by machinery havo declined in price, for the renson that with each Invention thu coit of producing thu article Is leseeni'd. IIu man genius has produced morn renults for chtnpening production in tho lust fx) years than in nil tho ugis of tho world before tiiat time. Thews grand triumphs of man over matter, instead of tdiowlng depression from a dtnndard of value, nhow forth tho glory nnd dignity of tho human intellect, nnd aru an unmixed bloasing to tho whole human family. Could any onu ouUldo of a lunntia asylum atd I verso and inconsistent tribute ull the-rimovements of prices to ono cause, nud that causo noting evenly and uniformly upon all tie-lins Labor, laiml, Wool uud Hones, trWSBgfc&ES&S Wzt ,K'.:;7K?2rS&S35 c.r y9" JS" - aVSS In Ordei To Close Out Our Stock Without the Least Possible Delay wo have decided to sell at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, but also the new stock, which consists of the latest designs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry jt goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and made goods in town and includes some bcautiful goods ''Remember everything in the house will goat prime cost until closed entirely. W. P. TATE, Stanford. iZsmsaszuxsi l T.ng-land'- s THE Popular Washer. Try one for 30 Dajs ard il you don't like it don't take it Greatest Washer of the Age, Try one and you will never use any other kind. FARRIS 8c HARDIN. ! CLOTHING! CLOTHING your-selectio- If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before making We can interest you in both goods and prices. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from 55 to Si 5. s Can Not Be Exoelled. - "sjn-- In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from S2 to S4 Special inducements to Cash Buyers per pair. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. FULL LINE OF mmBz&m tffJK&W'&&r1- - Buggies, Carriages and a 1 rnaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. w ks uszi-v- r ""i vtJ?i.l a" J'' Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of .Culti vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before )Ou buy. Farm Wagons by the d at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- XKVWms iii This Is tho best market and ours Is tho bout liouso to ship to. Wo mako advances on coniignmcnts. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses liberal in many largo factories to supply. Wo got you tho top price and pay spot cash; having not lu trade, No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. HO third Stroot, or 813 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE. KY. the: Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches aud Sleeping Cars through to Harritnan, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuoxville, Hot Springs Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo-tand Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, ar WJ via New prleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati T'rpc? with everv Parlor I. --AOUTffliU 2&Sa tn nntrntiQ pars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cinciuuati, Lexington and Chattanooga. Chaa. W. Zell, W. O. Blnearson, jjsse?y?'S-i?y 0. P J... Cinelna&t, 0. W. Pau'r As., Cincinnati. 0. one-fift- sSisSfl&Sc1 1 --- p" -- t: j i 8TANF0KD, KT., - MAY 20. 1 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Two Farms For Sale. Karm No. 1 contain 191 acres In Washington of which It in ttrau, county, Ky , the stealer mell watered, witn good imprormnt, including new metal roof totiacco barn for 10 acre crop 'Ibis farm is situated in what is pronounced the best district In Kentucky for White Hurley Comfortable residenco houio. Karm No. 2 contains 3)0 acres in same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved farms in the P" o. count. Tloth farms are in fine state of rteei itlon, w e'l watered ond ftnco-1- . Close to R K depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to 10 J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Kv. "BLOOD WILL TELL." Almont : Kimble ! i, Bv the noted road horc, Ed Kimble, ""ire cf Grover 2:2S, Snakes 2:30, Urown Kim-bl'sire of Black Cloud 2:lliJ, and dam of Jim Lawrence, trial two heats '2:20) dam a line road mare Ed Kimble, by Almont 33, (sire of Fandam Mary 0., by ny Witherspoon Imp The Knight of St George. Almont forest, by Almont 66, nam by Edwin Forcf. Almont Kimble is a blood bay. with right bind foot white, 16 hands high and "a chip off the old block " Will make tho season of 1S96 nt Mrs. Sarah Ham-- , mer's. 0 miles from Danville aud 2J miles cast of Parksville. at Si O for a living colt, money due when colt comes or the mare is parted with Grass at 50c per week at owner's risk Abo good saddle and road horses for sale. 0 1. PITTMAN, I'arksville. ENGLISH HUNTER. '. ij Jl Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high; both hind ankles white. Sired by Ammllaii Messtm.er. First dam the William Lusk saddle mare, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's Drcnnon, by Imp Drcnnon; 2nd dam by Highlander Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is by Meenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, 2:101 I will stand English Hunter the season of 1S9G at mv stable 3 miles from Shelby City on the knob Lick and Turnersvilfe piko At $8 to Insure A Living Colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. I will also stand SAM SMALL Al $5 to Insure a Living Colt Sam is by one of Lvle's imported hicks 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 he is high, or in other words he is just as big lying down as he is standing up. Sam's mules when matured measure from 15 to 10 hands high. Little jack, little pay but a B. F. POWELL. big mule. .lK VOU ARKGOING. STORTKTHE WEST. R thujr do not want than it can inline them to cnt what they tlo not HUo. Tho truo e pliwof silver lsiwn ehanRo money. It in for that imrjose and unsulttsl to any otliur, und nil tbo silver tontiuetl orators: in the lind ennnot clianpH this fact. Tho 11, f J.W and (3 golduicrc a wore too nmnll nnd uero unop-ula-r tm rhiiiiRo money, and tho government stopped tbo coinage of them. On tlm other hand, silver Is not u debt paying money In any consltti rnblo amount, nor the money of commerce, for tbo nation that It Is too 1 tilky nnd too heavy. When a ninn koU over 5 or f 10 of It, be unload on tbo first bank be conns to, and tbo Innk unloidn on the treasury. Thus tbo circulation of it is l to Jusl w bat tbo rsxijile will use. When people not enough of a thine, thiy know the It, nnd you ennnot arguo with thorn about It. They nro kuIHUo on theories, but intensely practical In business. "The Groat Crime of ISTTB." Wo hnro benrd u itreat doul nlout denmneti-ratioof silvor. Lot ua hue the extent of "tbo srreat crime of 1H73." In lsJ, In order to prevent tbo ubIdiary coin from Rolng nbrtsKl, tho silver balf dollar was reduced in from iWV! to 1W (trains, and tho quarters, dime and 6 cent pieces were reduced In the proportion. The) coins woro then made n legnl tender for only f5 in amount, nnd tbo ccltiRRo of them for private account woh but tbo frovornment purchased the silvor bullion nnd coined thorn as tbey wcro needed. So. no crime was committed in 1S73 npalnst the hnl vi . quartan, dtmeo and half dimes. That crlmo was commlttiHl under Mllbird Fillmore. In 1679 tlite coitin wcro mad legnl tender for Bit cxcoedliiR 110. In 1S73 tbu standard diver dollar of 4124 wan lfft out of tho colnaifo act and tho Krnlns trade dollur of U0 gralna was aubotitutud for it. ThiiosiiH douu at tbo requiHtof tho Pacific (dope, to tnable our dollar to ooiuptto with tbo Mexican dollar of about that welcht. in China nnd Jopan. Tbo vtandard dollnr was not n legal ttndor from Fob. 12, l&Td, U IN.b 28, 1878, at v blch tlmo ita recolnuKe ws urovid' ed for, and it was reinstated na a Iokh! U nder for all dobts. In whatever amount. Hut lh.O.0, COO of thla "duddy dollar" wna coined prior to 1S73, out of a total coinage of fl,UXJ,0U),Ui0. Jefferson stopped tho coinage of it in 1K and for 80 years not one of them wai coined, and tho daddte never complained. They did not bavo eenso onoush to eoo that Jefferxm bad sold out to Lombard street! Tbino dollars wore not lu faot IukuI tenders prior to ls73, because tbo oopldld not teudurthem inpayment of debts nor lu purchase of gooN. Tbey bad nut been In circulation fIiico Andrew Jackson was prefident. and hurdly any middlo aged miui bad eor eun onoof them. The people had demonetized them by milting them down or by bonding them ubrond for that purpose, nnd to this good day they hao tioer been demonetized in any other way. The net of ls7.l fclmply rocognircil whnt tho people had done and for llo yenrx continued the jiollcy that tho people had been pursuing for nearly bulf a century. The legal tender faculty of this dollar was restored to it 17 jtors ago. Tho government lias f35O,0OU,XU of it on band now, nnd has stood ready at nil times to furnlfh it to anybody who wanted it This is tbu blogrupby of tho demonetization mouM) that has been evohed from a mountain of denunciation. Tho poor littlo thing neer lived but the brief years und hn boeu us dead as door nail for 17 years While it lltd it was bo harmless the people paid no attention to it. Shnkospearo iiayH, "Tl.o cll that men do lives alter them." But it U e en worse in tho cao of this mouse The evil that it did not do livi-- after it in tbo sbjpo of grasping mine owners, two ply editors and unscrupulous politicians. Thriving on AnutAidnatlou. We nro told that tho standard dollar is not prlmnry mom y. It is not n promts., to uiy, it is n legal t nder for all debts, and It docs not hnve to bo redeemed in anything on the fuce of the If any man can glo 11 bet ter definition of primary money than thbs I would like to r-- it. This goveniment Is tho fast friend of silver money and of tbu people who uw It, rather than of tho American und English corpora tlons who mine silver And would coin it at a fiotltious valuation Prior to 1673 this got rn 1W.CX,0 of silver; since then, nicnt coint-!537,000,(jO. In 21 year, under a gold stand ard, nearly four times as much slhur wax coined as in 81 year under the so callwl double standard. A certain kind lady always chloroformed her child when she whipped it MUs Silver wns asuaasinatod in 1870, at a there was almost nono of her in circula tion, and since that fateful day she box thri eel on assassination and has grown from a living skeleton to be tho fat woman In the circn' In contemplating her brilliant post mortem career I am constrained, with tho apostle, to exclaim "Oh, death, w here I thy ntingf Oh, grave, where Is thy victory J" After lb73 this country prospered as no other ever did for 19 ears, and we aro asked t beliuvo that it took this wide awake nation 19 years to rind out that it was ruined by the legislation of 1673. The negroes in som sec tlons believe in a hoodoo charm, which is harmless for a year ond then suddenly devel ops Insanity, fits, etc Tho crime of 167 seems to bavo worked iu a hoodoo way. hulls-pensabllira-itttn stop-IH.nl, 11 time-whe- nrii3ijy Louisville & Naihvilic R. R. Is the hoe for you, Make,cIose as its Double Dally Trains connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. XHKOUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH For any information enquire of JOES.IUCE.ARnt, Stanford, Ky Ky. Midland R'y, Clncluiiati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard lime. Time Tabid April 19, Only Dliect Ulc Between Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, Oarlislo, MayBvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. 1896, TRAINS EAST. tilt ' " Arr. C. S. Depot ' Paris C 6 55 Franklort A Elkhorn 708 Stamping uround 7 37 Georgetown..!)... 7 45 7 5.0 No. 1. No. 3. N01 7. a. m. p. m. p. m. 4 05 4 55 5 00 s 35 1 418 437 00 148 a 20 4 eo '5 8 30 TRAINS WEST. No Lt Arr Frankfort A... " " Elkhorn ' C Pari C. 8. Depot 10 as Georgetown 11 1040 Stamp's Gro'd 10 58 11 a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. m. a. in. p. m. a. m. 5 55 4 55 9 jo 6 33 6 54 636 5 45 6 40 7 27 7 35 n 30 16 7 11 755 813 SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort 1 1 30 a. m. Leave Frankfort 4 35 p. m. arrive Georgetown 3 13 p. m. The Kentucky'Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, East, North and West. Kor further information apply to their agents C. D. IIEKCAW, Gen. I'ass. Aent . GEO. li. HARPER, Rec'r & Gen Sup Frankfurt Kv TAB LEFTS BUCK EYE DII P OINTMENT IlUli iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' iBEST REMEDY for PILES., ITpirid SOX.B A SURE nd CERTAIN CURE tvnnuun inr IS vears as tho BT ALL DKVGOISTS. VyllCHABtSOW MID CO.. GT. L0I3. to 1 people tell us that th- - coinage of silver will create unlimited demand for it. Tbey decline to give as the how n or the wherefore-nes- s of this now born demand but with child like fuith they expect it to rW in all itti beau ty as tho fablbd Venus row from tho froth ol the sea. They say the demand will come, fo the Seventh Day AdventUts tell us the cud will come, and if their picnic coraws off first, they will not need silver: tho demand will be for free nnd unlimited water They contend, if this government take all the sliver that comes at 18 to 1, silver will bo worth pur all over tho world, and they uso an egg nrgu ment to prove it. Tbey say, if a merchant ydvertlstts that he will pay 25 cent per dozer, for eggs, bo long as be has tho ability to take all that come, eggs will bo worth 25 cents in all that country. But support tho merchant did not tako tbeint Suppose when a farmer drove up to his storo the merchant said unto him- - "My friend, you have misunderstood me I am not buying ogg. I nm simply counting them, certifying that they aro good and banding them back to you." What would eggs then bo worth? The same old 10 or 15 cents per dozen. Under unlimited coinage tho government would not buy silver or guarantee tho value of the coins. It would stamp it "without recourse." 6Uver would como from ovory country in tho world and tho government would bo n fool to undertake to guaranty tho value of tho coins by trying to preserve tho parity between tho metals. If a herder drove n lot of cow ponies through the mhi and they were branded "1100 horbe" and delivered to the owner at the othor end of the building, it would not linprovo tho breed of tho poules nor create a wild demand for them ut tbo . brand price. Our government has lost I2UO,GOO,000 trying to create stiver, for the sole and for separate use, behoof and benefit of the silver owner, by buying it when it did not mine want it und had no need of it, and the sliver mining "villain Htill pursuos" itl Uncle 6am has this silver on baud now. It would load a two horse wagon train 173 miles long, putting 1,0U0 pounds on each wagon and letting them occupy 30 feet each in line, and I nm mean enough to' want to Bee him gut oven with the game before we start a nuw-ilefaruuybody's benefit. Can't Stop the Flood of Silver. It tho unlimited coinage of silver by our government could bring it to par, tho immediate effect would bo to start oery mine and mill in the. world running at its utmost capacity, a large portion of the unemployed capital of the world would took this field, and the bowels of the mountains of the earth would bo torn usuudur to get the benefit of tho double price. In lew tSU.WO.UJO of silver was mined and sold at about C3 cents per ounce If the price was raised to UV cents per ounce, tho 18 to 1 price, what would the harvuH be? Tho old rule of three will solve the problem. If a railway engine will run W miles an hour on 6J pounds of stt am pressure, how fast would it run on 12u pounds of pressure? The blasted thing would have to stop once In awhile, and wait for its shadow to catch up. Seuutor titow-nr- t and his crowd tell ua there can be no flood of silver. In Nouh u time thera was a man of sanguine temperament like that. He was standing on tbe tip end of a high mountain ' The 1(5 The Egg Argument. and tho waters wcro licking his toes. He hnll-eNoah nnd begged to bo taken in tho nrk, but Noah bad sailing orders from nbovo and r fused to tako him aboard As Noah sailed nwny he shook bin fist at the old man nnd exclaimed, "Oo to tho devil with your old dugout; it Isn't going to bo much of n shower any way." Tbo fifth proposition is that 10 to 1 coinage will Increase tho prices of property. If this government should open Its mints to coinage of tbe world's silvi r lit 10 to 1, wo would go nt once to silver monometallism. This is tbo voice of nil history emphasized by tbo present status of every frto coinage country on the earth. Wo can no more have bimetallism in actual uso and unlimited slUir coinage than wo can hive 11 wiu.m round object, or dry, be) wetwenthr Wherein would tho benefited if they git double prices In balf vnl uo momyf If farnwrs' products brought double price) so would tho manufacture rs' '1 ho t benefits and advantages would Imj equal, that buyers would nluays deduct enough to safe ly cover tho fluctuations of silver, nnd this amount would bo a dead los to produce in nnd n premium to sjHculators. 1 knew n boy who sold n eur dog for 1100, but ho tok pay in pujw at J20 apiece, so ho w as not material ly l)cnefltcd by tho inflated price's. Chrup .Money Hurts Ijebor. Tho inflationists admit that tin lr fclu mo is ngalnxt tho iutt rest of all there who llo upon fixed salaries. This Includes ever- - one who-- o senice-- aro paid for by tbo iar, month, week or day, from precldeut of 11 railway systt 111 to hndcarrler nnd tboo who draw nHns from tho government. History tenches that wages baH necr participated in boom prices crentd by debauching the money of a coun try. They bavo remained about tho same w bother paid in good or bad money Tho wngo inrner is a trnltdr to himself and bis family when be lets bis prejudice lead him to the lntlutiun camp and agrees to tako his fixed pay In u depreciated momy If this 10 to 1 movemint should succeed, he w QtA find that he had lot all tho antngo ground for which ho and his brethren bad struck and struggleel for a hundred j ars. Tho modicum of pros perity in manufacturing intinsts in Mexico is bused on tho degradation of thdr labor. Wo do not want prosperity at such u price, and w e am getting it rapidly without swindling our labor, when the lnbon r prospers, ho be conns reacts uion a consumer and bis and benefits all other Intensts. lu Mi xlco they have many rcflncel nnd wealthy people, but tin lr labon r is n pion. He gi ts from 10 to 30 cents r d ty in momy worth half Its fnoe vnlue lie s in n miserable mud hut, eflts tho jKXirist fuod that will kup his IhsIj alive, wears the meanest cloth that will hide it and is evin denied the privilege of n gent It manly Jag and has to get drunk t n eactun Juice. In eery sllwr or double standard country iu tho world tho same degradation of labor Is ap parent. We nro told that silver is tbo poor man's money. This appinls to bis prejudlte and is wholly untrue. Wages nro not mid in silver at tneend of each day, but they are paid by the joar. mouth or week, in currency or gold, with just enough silver to make the corns t change. The kind of momy in transit is immaterial so It goes, but when it is lxxmlid, laid bj for 11 rilny day. then Its staying qualThe rich man hoards ity becomes iutt by liiUfting In pro-nT- or by depositing in n bank, and the tank has the option of laying him In sller, while a large per cent of tbo poor men rmtroulzo'he sock leg und the bosom of tbo earth, and thty alwajs hide gold for in its two reasons they hae more stability and being less bulky It is eusit r to fcsj tlu-H- i poor men ore on a gold basts hide, and tbe rich men nro on 11 sliver busls, If the banks elect to put them there. is the curse of this country. It is the only reef In tho pith nf our ship of state, only menace to our experiment of self govtho ernment. Tho prejudice of the unlformid makes them tho prey of profesional agitators, calamity howlers and politicians who are un hungered for otllce. Our Exrelltnt I'liianeiul .Showing. Tho arguunnt is made that wo owe so much foreign debt that the lntere-s- t is conflscitlug us. Tho ablest financiers on this continent who have made the subject a study place our foreign debt at l.'.COO.COW.l'UO, which as they estimate at a 4 'irate of interest amounts to nn annual interest account of IftJ.UUO.UX). Our globe trotters are spending annually 117,000, UJ0 abroad Mot of them are Ignorant of the beauty and grandeur of their own country, which far surpasses anything they see abroad. They ought to giro up this foolish fud and spend their millions getting acquainted with this country for u few years If we are nctu ally insolvent and cannot pay we ought to of nmlfH irenurnl asslcnmnt fur tbo all our creditors. This is the wny nn honest man doeH when he falls in businivs He does. not hide out his proiierty nnd offer U) cents on tho dollar. Instead of being Insolvent we are better able to pay than any people on the faco of tbe earth. Our national debt is in reround numbers tt15.l2,0U0 It has d duced to its former amount. In lbf5 It was (2,845,(107.000 The debt of Urent Ilritatn and Ireland (tho creditor nation) Is IJ 350,710, Rus 000: the debt of Franco Is IWtfl.UJO.OUO sla, W,4'J1.GOO.O(J"; Austria Hungary, I2,bflo,000, (JUO. Italy. tJ,J21,CXiO,000. airman, J1.CW.0U0,-0U0- : of our popula Spiln (with tion), 1.251.CJO,ijuO, The per capita debt of Frunco is $110. of tb" , Italy, (70 Oreat Ilritaln nnd Spain, f73; Russin, tJ while our ih r capita debt is 111. Undo Sam, bless his old soul, it tho only good housekeeper in tho w hole lot t Our bank deposits amount to H.OOO.OOO.OuO, while thoMi of nil Europe only amount te 50,500,000,(100. Dy our last census our per cuplta of wealth, as shown by tbe smessment rolls, wus 1441, and the people have never been bad about assessing their property too high The war veterans cannot be for repudiation on account of our alleged inability to pay It is a fundamental principle of law and morals that a man must bo just before bo is gonerous and that gifts made by an Insolvent are v td as to creditors. Our government Is giving tliem about $140,UX),0U0 annually. If we can afford to be liberal, wo ought to strain a point nnd bo honest too. If our government can give it llko a prlnoo, it ought to pay like a gentleman. Who Are the Debtors? A largo part of the debts figured against us are in fact not intercut bearing debts. They consist of railroad, real estate and other corporation debts whero di faults were mndo, nnd mortgages on tbo property havo been foreclosed, the property sold nnd tho debts practically extinguished. Tbo only debts that tho people nt large aro interested iu are the national debt und tbe statu debta. The state debts, by tho Inst cenTbe county sus, amounted to 12.9117,387. debta amounted to 1145,043,015; school district debts. 10,701,948, while the debts of cities nnd towns amounted to 1724, 45.1, Ofl, making a total You will observe that about of il,135,21CU. s of this total debt is owed by the cities nnd towns. With this borrowed money tlu-have built gas, electrlo light and water works plants, paved their streets, etc. Now, tho 10 to 1 city man asks his country brothi r, who uses coal oil in his bouse nnd dnrkniss outside, who draws his water from a well and bathes in the creek, who splits the mud In wet weather and kicks up the dust in dry, to help him repudiate the debt incurred by hi in lu getting ahead of tbo countryman ns to these comforts und convuniencis of life. As to all our private domestia debts, it is immaterial to tho gemrnment whether tho redheaded men owe thu black headed ones, or tho black headed onis owe tbo redheaded ones. One holds tho dibt and the. other holds thu prop erty It purcho.eJ, ami they cancel each othor. Injustice of healing Debts, The suggestion Is sometimes made that, by tho enhancement of gold, debts lime been whin measured lu property, and therefore they ought to be scaled I have the gold enhancement theory, but desire to add That practically all our dobts wcro contr.icted since tho gold standard was adopted, and that standard entered into nud of every contract, and if gold became a t him advanced it would be Just as dishonest to pay by uuy other standard as it would be if it had not advanced. If u man contracts for 1,000 bushels of corn, it is no answer to his contract to say th&t corn has risen slnoo the contract was njalc Besides, all our obligations have passed from hand to hand, most of them muny times, und tbe present holders had no more to do with tho risu or fall of gold d it-ceps 1 pros-ierity ris-tln11 bs-eone-thirone-four- th Ire-lanthree-fourthd J i J thnn they did with thorlso or fa'lf of tHe Hd: Tbe underlying, fructifying element of this 10 to 1 movement is socialism. It Is the same old effort to get something for nothing. The . Coxeyites wanted grub for nothing. Tho single tax cranks want land for nothing. The Populists want government monopoly of transKcco:tl2:101 Stan.ltinl Ktilc 0. portation and private monopoly of tho walling business for nothing. Tho 10 to 1 jeeplo want Will iniihc the JoftMin of 1S00. 60 per cent of debta for nothing. Ihu Bellamy-ite- s k And I S1KKI) HY want eery thing for nothing ami 7 or S others in the lit. 2100, iro of Utitmle 'J.l M might suggest that the new- w man wants our bifurcated garments fur nothing, but that la 1 ilnm TiitH'l .". liv Messenger Iroc 100, son of lliunhlutoninn nml not pertiuint to the subject uudir discussion giro of r.lino '2:20, the tlam of Xorluinu, yonrling and I w ill not do so. 1 he mint mint means repudiation. All else record 2.1M. , is tlu or-- pn tense nud drtams It Is nn effort , Sister to .Ihiihm Howell. Jr., by I Iittiibtuttitiinii 10 to pass n Ktt hmded, bankrupt Mil, not fur 2ilnmI5oss tho bem fit of the uufortunati dibtor who jlri'of I)eMi?r2.17J cannot Kiy, but for the rich s well, who can 8laiii.It'Ssieirnyro by I lurry Clay 'i, siro of th limns of St JttllnnS:l 1 pay, but want to Uut tlulr irulitors The 1 Iodine 'J ID) mill poor man is not in debt , be nt vt r had a chain e l'.'inoro tlmt have proilnc-ei- l 2:30 to get III dtbt. The corporations, speculator" trotters; nisi sire of tht) iluinjof Klectionoor, slro of nnd plungt rs gt 111 rally constitute tho debtor V. ISO in thu 2.IW list. ry w ago t sriu r Is lungs to tho crisl-ite- r class clas No one uuuid Ih- b m litis! by 10 to tlniii liy Libert v, son of Incc, by Americntn Hcliibt. 1 rotiiRKi'i cept the dibtor class Kven tho WHlsinglmni 2100, sirts of Xnbotli, is ono of thu young miiis of (5for,t, Wilko lnlne tiwmr would nut, for the ttinporary stimulus glvtn to sllvtr wtmld iiicniue Its r.lti, ruponl 2 '.'L', who sirtfil Harry Wilkos L':13J. CJuy WilktH S.loJ, Miko Wllkos production until the price would fall Wilcox 2.1ti ttiul othurs In the 2:.'H) list. II prcMlncins: sons and 11) what it Is now On the tt In r hand, all would 2 suffi r If a lull fur free coinage of silur ut daughters. 10 to 1 wt re to pnt-itlier hoiiM if o ugreas, IS'urrc-N'nbi nlmy horse, 10 lmnds high, fonltxIJunu '2$, 1SS3. Hit and it was use rtnlned th .t it would jsssi the e mid that the pnsddt nt would sign otht r luni-the blood of Hainbletoniim, Ooorgo Vilke, .Matiibrlno Chief, l'ilot.'Jr., it, the jmliio that would insue would leto nnd Harry Clay. that of Ibid what 11 tornado Is to a tephyr. Creditors, to atiid belngp-ilt- l lu dtlstsesl lie. II would crowtl and crush for pa mint as the -Hlji-ing- r Ins-a.r- e people do for exit In a theater on an alarm of Credit und conlldeuce, the twin dUini fire Mj tine saddle stallion tits of prosisrlt, would dtpart from us. All business would bo parnlzcd, labor umm-pltc-nnd dispalr would hang her Hack pall In a million f homes, only to be lifted whin reason rtsunusl her sway. It took Will also make the of ISOOnt the low pricoof KKSlIT DOLLAItS to Franco 50 inrs to entirely rescr from tin insure a living colt. He is elegantly bred nnd a sure foal getter. 1 will nKo stand John Law ilitsco How England Is Hulnlnc C. The demagegucs, In erdi r to until rinlne the moral sense of the people and make repudln Notj: -- Owing to the hard times and the low price of stock. I havo greatly to wealth und tloiiiKUitablc. rail about fnUt ly nsert that she in trj lng to dictate our dnccd sen-o- n fee nf mj hop.es mid jacks anil considering their individuality and sttm and to crush us. England Is breeding, they moiietai stand Inner than any in the Mate. rUh, but If she is tr lug to ruin us she has a peculiar way of manifesting her hostility For Stable two miles Stttith of Husinnville, 011 tho Mure!and A Carpenter's Static n Hiding June to, she took HJSt, tho pike. UO.ll.O of our oxjiorts, about sein times in J K HAri.HMVX, Hustonvillo, Ky much as nil tho fno sllwr countries In tbe world Ve t'sik f l07.lV).Uy of her exports, nud she paid us the ill nt rtnco In gold or Its equlv-al- t nt. Did ou cm r hear a butcher or a luiker or u.nn w ith cutton to m 11 complaining that 2 his customers hail too much iiioue to sjm ndt Instead of trii g to tlrlxe us to a (.old stand to ht r interest ti aril, it would be imuieiiM Will make the season of Isjh at uy hue In r toiumt rtial riul abandon the stand . un the Dan-1lI- 0 urd of commt rce and take back sent w ith the Mmgan Denmark is a sta!!lni, 10 sttble milis from "Maiife-rdl'ike, half cllliZMl, 111 lirtiinuit rctal nations. The hands high He is splendidly bred a a ridiculous story cf Lniisl fcyd was (xplcsled enr ago. und. though the MiewM shattered glanceat his peHbgrti will slmw lie will AtSD the ses nt 1 f that lie bangs round the country make the present season ,,f sio nt our He is a black stallion, Id lmnds liich, teiigiiid orators still t 11 tin! still. Ibe slleir mill's by 0. F CIhv. dam bv Win. W.lrh. people thtre was n eon Iraty to dmionettzc stable on the new Lancaster pike, slUer, sltlmih no man has Ver been able to from Danville, Will alsotitand a giHMl bluck Jack on call th naiim of a shigle conspirator In 15TS ' the same tetitw. Mares trailed forfeit tho the inottM' for ilsmoiictiaiug sller was un the to Insure a Living Colt. season. w rong side. 1 hi silvt r tb liar was tht 11 worth G. A. LVOKKV. ntstrl 3 o nt more than the gold dollnr Who Chio taken to prevent accident, but at tlmt time tould fonste the fall of slherf, Manford, Ky. Our htuti nm ai d imam it rs are as shrewd iw not responsible honId any occur. any on carin, aim unj gui no glimpse 01 w.r Lien retained on colts for season montsjiiilug iMiit. Only to these Utiliamable con splraters whh the reilatlon oudiNiftd. It ey. Marcs traded before fact Is ascertaink. ..fit u lli. v lout n lit tlu I'ulfiKM IhIu fill tti thm ed makes season money duo selves and worked the world on tbe htuvenly tlpl Morgan Denmark un foaled in 1SM). !m iral cc ngresmtn. in the presence nf an This spleiuhd jack will be permitted to He is by On Time, son of Stonewall Jack-soirate constitiit in), Iiiimi statist they did not know-th-t standard dollar was King 1st dam I.ady Morgan, by btonewall serve mares and jennets the cnininc sen ottsl for the net of 1S78, It' tlzed when the son at my farm near Shelby City at the was rind sen rol times In their pn senru. Jackson 'Jil dam by Virginins, ,'ltl dam tow price ui There Is no win to make people understand ly Matchless. 4th dam by Triinsby. tilings. Jin iiiigiil nave ihs n tl in one an Morgan iViuiiark in one of tbe best bred $G and $10 to suliicient r uM.ni why tbey did not so undi Insure Living Colts Is tlmt it was not bting done This del saddle stallions in Kentucky Has good l.ir was nut tltmuiietlztsl. but on the ismtrat-good tuoiiey, ery day mane and tail and good. long, rangy neck. With lien retained until season is pntd. has Ui n moue. and Don't fail to see him. Will alo stand rartinifwnh inaro or jennet forfeits .insince 17W Knglund Ins loaned us momy at a lower rate surance ImhI)-e-l-t I Ills N would of Int. rift til m an FnilHTor is a Jet black w ith white point. the Mr In ml and front of nil her offending, TWO GOOD MULE JACKS 1 and the lulcit in to 1 (ssiple want to punch han.'s high, weieli. 1,1,-i- )i,s tjears Vt fO to Insure. hi r bend fur dung this. Thero Is an old adage old ami is Maiidaid bred ami registered you want to lose a which runs this wa). "If lull and sec him and his colts, which inUOHMVX JUtO, friend, lend htm money " Not Free Coinage. Danville, Ky nre large aud line. Want I.S TFVIS To row that it is rt pudlatton of debt nnd not c in.i.--i the 10 to 1 man is af tt r, to bun fno and unlimited coinage If without tin It gal tendir attachment. thin is nothing the uinttt r with slher exetpl the fact that It Is debarred from the mints, then free anil unlimited coinage, without the Hy the Great Chester Dare. It gal tendur tiriAlHlou, would set it all right Kace record 2 21, 6th heat on one-hnl- f aiitl bring tt to par Mold would nrt suffer by mile track. 1st dam Daisy by Wallace Denmark. suth a tet ? Your projiosttlini would nnumitu lleeaiiso it is not coinage be it htm Wh Sired by Kieni. Uieiui was sired by 2il dam by Dick Fluiore. af tt r. but rt pudlatton by menus of ltgul ten der law ISelmont and out of lilandina, by"Mam-brin- o Jld dam a line saddle mnru. The propose two plans fur furclug 11 til based Wall-teChief. 1'enceV dam washy Almont standard on the 1 juntry First, not al tilnr is n dark brown. 16 j hands II low contr n ts foi im mint In gold rorret. sou of Almont Sccoml dam by high, foaled iu IH2. Has inure style than t rk, thtu riduce the geld in a this dots not gold dollar with reference to tbe first plan, (iMranHbief IViue is n tine imlMdii-al- . any hum in this section. Wag 'successmaintaining tin value of money b) ligiiltu standing 10 hands high dark brown, ful iu many rings. IkiIIi saddle and bus txs n triisl in most ait nn ut mid ih unities s, countriis 111 tt has pruwu an lgnoiiiliiluiis (ail perfectly sound and a hnre of great Inst i ear ure in t t ry liistnnec Kngland trltsl tt oil and on for marl 5U) )ears Franco trlisl it tor speed He has gone milt in 2 12. Will ctntuneu The north tried It with grtenbiuk rati 111011-- make the season of 1S00 at my plate 3J and the south tried it wtth While it w as a tit ath J nalty In Franco to mey nn 111 aiuo uuiii it miles from Stanford on the HiMnnvillc nrua tne ahn-imitook W,tJ0 of Imui to bu II In sptclt. Fggs jiike Full brother to Silver King and the must have tin worth f&cjnnieeo in asslgnats great show mare, Allie U. What u nltv our lnllatlou friends could not lived tht und hae govurnmt re can tlienl part of people At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Hy On Time Its nt rob one A for the bent tit of the otber uirt as to existing 1st dam Molly Mountz, by ChI.IkiII'h debt, but tht re its power imU. It cannot Ix'xhiLMon, Ac make its people trade with each othtr, cxispt MY JACK, LOGAN, upon terms satistnt tjr to Isjth partii s to the King is alight bay with some white contract If tho money off red to the seller does not suit him he does not sell. If ofTortsl Full 13 hands high, o enrs old nnd marks, 10 hands high, foaled in 1SW. JIo to n laborer, ho w ould neesl rest. If offered to u farmer for his produce, he would hao only has proved a sure foal getter. He was is the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. enough for homo consumption, until ho found hired by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of n Above horses will make the season of a man with better money, and so it would be all along the Hue The prolKjs.il to takt away good dam. He will stand lfeW at my stable miles from Stunford of contract shows that desperutlun tbe right has usurped tho heat of reason Wo hold all At S7 for Mares and SIO for Jonnota, on Huston ville pike, that we do bold bytirtuoof contract right to Insuro n Llvo Colt. It is the bulwark of our liberty It was for At $10 to Insure Living Colts. this, above all things, that lingua Chart. was T A. COLI.TKH, written When wo sum nder this suprtmo Not responsible for accidents. right, we go back to barbarism and become Stanford. Ky. miserable puppet to every mob that may sclie the helm of state. JOE B. FARRIS. A New Counterfeit Device. Tho other method suggested to bring about parity of the metals Is to reduce the gold lu a gold dollar. Our government has hitherto manifest! d blind, unreasoning prejudice KUUSTEltl.l) nguinst th.it kind of stattsinaiiship. Intlied it bus bad Its deputy marshals busy for 1UJ years hunting mUgulded patiiots who were trying IJY SKCOND JKWKL IS. to tako this near cut to wealth. If this sort of Tin: Ghkat Snow Stallion, n bill evt r passes congrt ss, I suggest as a rider Dam by old Stonewall Jackgon. to the bill that all couWcUsl counterfeiters bo Winner of 1500 stake nt Lexington, liberated and given right of action against tho This fancy saddle btnllion will make the won government fur false imprisonment. , All govsecond money In o00 stake at Verseason of lb'JO nt our stable J mile from sailles, ptone-irsund ernments hno honoris! their winner of the aged premium and these men were but the forerunners tho John Miliedgeville, Lincoln county. Ky . on the sweepstake at Iri- - also tho Uaptists of this new religion of debouchment of our momy Stnnfordand Miliedgeville pike. Owing .rt.iiiiiiiiihin ihw, bit whicu thu:eT A republic rests entirely upon the murals of hns lieen in the stud. its ople. The story of YtashliigUm nud his to the scarcity of money, we will stand Eagle llird is a benutiful brown hatchet, told by loving lips to Innocent child- him sum star. stamlH over 10 hands with hood, has uiiidu millions of truthful men nnd ,B t women What would bt, tho in this At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. How ing mane und a heavy tail country uikjii unborn generations of story Eagle llird was sired by Kimr rnt.,. llko this At the close of the niiii tienth cenMoney due when colt comes or mnre i winner of more ,,L' tury the tit oiile of the United ttatt s became than 10 blue ties f fed at reaso corrupt tiny repudiated of tht lr parted with. Marts grazed or 1st damby Star Etlo, best 111 son of Cnb-be- ll money wurtn umy ucuiM it) l iiik ilium s Lexington. sonable rates. Not responsible for acci half of Its fjc Mtlue. 8.1 dam by Hamlet in 11 foreign laud looks with n An Ami occur. Denmark, son of swilling heart upon Did Olor. as It proud- dents, should any Washington Denmark. ly Haunts the brts iv, the symbol of ItUrty Gilt IMge te a beautiful red sorrel, llay and honor l'..ss this act of itpudiation aud DcnUJ!,rk' he would look upon It with sliaino. For en- mane and tail, 15 hands !1 inches high, MmeScSiaik!"18' thusing pur, osea we might on well pull it was foakd Sept. 0, lSStl, nnd is n perfect atKuibJoV:;!!'"''!'-down una run up n dish rag, But, Mr I'ttihltlent and gunth nn n, allow me saddle horse. Gilt Edge wns showed ns a in con usloe to say that our countr Is in 110 Sheliiy City pike at and took the sweepstake prem- the danger of npudlutlou. Th 10 toltuliugu t'aiiiior Is but one of themanlicHtatl Jiisuf hard on by the late tunic On low- ium at Kirksville and Danville nnd in his times, br iu ight time n deauly Miasma ac- own ring nt Harrodsburg lands In tht Those who TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIV1NC.C0LT cumulates, 1j' t when the bright stui climbs over the hilltops and shoots h's purlf lng rajs want to breed to a good saddle stallion nro Money or cash into thu bottom, the miismais dlrpilled, the "1,"rC,, cordially invited to look nt our horse nnd vl'en a living colt is obiainetL atmosphere Is hwi eteni a and made w hole-om-e, and men g( o forth to their dally aoea tlons see him uiflvu. Lnglo llird is ono of tho with ahsuruit-- of health. In Kjilteof all tho L'renm.i .1 He was sired by Second Jewol, he by horses Kentucky, as isms that have a!lllctcd us, pi spite of w ill attest. on the stump und In Icuslatlvo Unlit, Cunningham's Jewel, he by old WashingAs a l.reeder fie this countr is rnpidl advnncing. Our fno ton Denmark, coloral, h,gh styled cohs torles aro tuxed to their utmost with orders, Minnie by McDonald's His first dnm and tho wagi s of their employees have been everywhere voluntarily raioii. Frlces that Hnlcorn L'd dam by Wells' Crusader, his JIaros from a distance . have been i e.ed b the panic aro Improvho by grass after May 1 ut $1 50 "r ,nn,TbI,et ing, blnister discontent, with oil her Imps, Is first dnm by Stonewall Jackson, l Washington Dcnnmrk, ho by Ulnck Den-mat- k, must be paid lit the reuiovn f fleeing bofor-- i tho benign presenco of prospers ity, and 1n nftr tho herties of today Oare will bo his first dam by Crusnder, he by to prevn,e '??reS- ' will only be remembered us a troubled dream. Old Whip, 2d daui a Kocky Mountain and escapes, but will n Tho Aim riean pioplo ure honest aud patriotic bo Sfi should Upon this ruck we build our faith, and all the mnre, gts and agencies if truth ure ours for the suMADISON SAND1DGK&SON, moval of marerioVfeir&iulc?. perstructure. Miliedgeville, Ky NABOTH IOOI6. -:WAI-INGIIA- a 1 1 - 1 K-lo- l, 0-- J pro-duci- ng 1 oth iiis c, A.t $15 to a, Oolt. 3i$- 1 WILLIAM L.., TWO GOOD JACKS AT S7. Kim-land'-s tr lt-- 11 Morgan Denmark. !BARNES ', b-i- 1 11 to Insuro UvlngColt. "1 At$8 11 EMPEROR No. 27. n. I y 1 1 prei-Ks- e pjiiiNOii: WALLACE DARE, w-- har-noe- e ROYAL : KING, 1 1 1 1 GILT EDGE 26l. EAGLE BIRD, we, 1 1 Ife-c- 11 oni-hnl- J n--- n tllC rel'S -- dema-gogis- JiS LcWSj de-.ir- ye-ir- "' B.P.WOODS. "J-- Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouemw. - Solid silver teaspoons at Danks. Waist Danks'. Beta, studs, ... links, belts at With mis' per cheap. ia the place to buy wall . pa- Stamford. Ky., .May 20, 1896 still going at half price at Craig & Hocker's. Si'KCTACLEs Shanka' "Model Grocery." r On amiier seta at all pi ices at Warren f r & Fields Salter, a Negro boy, is in jaill charged with aodomy and will have an examination this morning. W E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Penny'i druj store whero prompt anil You should take youp prescriptions to this week, and Ratan Rockers, Mattresses, Old Bar, who is permitted by the both buyer aud seller to Picture Mouldings, Room Mouldings and in fact every to waste good space in do business on a cash basis and next Courier-Journaccurato service is Riiaranteed. thing kept in a First-Clas- s Monday, June 1st, this will bo inaugura- that excellent paper every Saturday, Furniture Store. New line of wall paper at Withers'. writes a tirade against the shirt waist in ted ntSbanks'. J'lZllSOXAL J'OIXTS. Don't fail to see it before buying. which she sayt; "If ever there was an Mm. E. V. Smith, who has been very Within the next few few days I shall untidy looking thing In all the world, it is The Danville tax ratu has been fixed call on vou personally for the amount W ill, is somewhat improved. Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Kentucky. the shirt waist. Women drift to the shirt is at 05 cents, 10c lees than Stanford's. Mibs Ida Hkntlky. of Llvluueton, you owe mo and shall insist on all ac- waist habit as they do to drink, or gam visitiuK Miss Susie Laslcy. Goods go for chhIi only on and after counts being settled. Dauks, the Jew- bling, or slang, or bicycles or any other Mn. and .Mns. W. 0. Shanks are next Monday, June 1st. W. II. Shanks. eler. vice.'' We'll wager that Bab is a flabby at Crab Orclinrd Springs. The life size picture of the founder of aided old maid, who looks worse than a Bkavtiki'L decorated spittoons for 10c Mibb AdaFahha, of Lancaster, spent the order, Justus Rathhurn, made for scare crow in one of the cool and de! oacIi at Warren it Shanks' "Model GroI'enrl Hurnelde. several days with Mlsa the Stanford Knights of Pythias lodge by lightful garments. Let her come to Stancery." Win. M. Waters, ia highly complimented ford and see how beautiful our lovely Mies Lou Elliott will ro to Somereet friends. by all who have Been it in Will Wear-en'- s girls look in shirt waists and she will Jaudiniehkk and Flower Pots from 5c this week to spend a month with store. probably hare the good taste to go oil and Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices Mibs Lauha J ah no k returned from a to 3 each, at Warren & Shanks' "Model Grocery." visit to her folks at Lebanon yesterday. on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, The weather has been most seasona- hang herself. doing Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a Mits. W. L. I'iaius,, ol KinKSville, is .V.l TMMOXIAL MATTtillS. Paint your house with Best Heady ble for vegetation and it has been Mrs. T. L. Shelton.at Row- Mixed Paints. Quality fully guaranteed' its best. Already some of the effects of full htock of every thing found in a Lumber Yard, and by theRuestof MIbb Victoria McClain, of GraveB the drouth are' disappearing and with selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have land. W. B. McRoberts. 0 more rain, as ia now promised, every county, made an unsuccessful attempt ever been offered here. Mr. John K. Oatts, of Monticello, at suicide because she thought her lover Wherever two or three are gathered thing but the gras will catch up. Mr. and Mrs. John !' spent Sunday with had jilted her. together, you will find them diecuusini Divls. John Wiiitt, a lunatic, has been in Thomaa Hawley, of Bloomington, Isaiah Wesley and J. 0. Marker, what they know least about the money jail since Saturday, awaiting the return of Dh. 111., is wanted for whipping his mother-in-laof Casey, were with Dr. J. G. Carpenter question. Judge Davison, who Is chasing the phanbecause Bhe persisted in throwing Friday. Customers are kindly requested not to tasmagoria of another office, instead of hot water on him. of Crab Orchard, Mit Minnie Mviiis, ask that goods he charged or made a tick filling the duties of the one he hasi Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry Thompis visiting Misses Ora Woods and Linda et of alter Monday next, June 1st. W. Wiiitt is a man of family and lives on son, of Fayette, recently celebrated their Tucker. Dix River His hallucination seems to 50th marriage anniversary. The writer II. Shanks. Geokui: Ki.lib, of Hustonville, Is emil be a fear of the near approach of the end spent several nionths at their pleasant The Stanford boys got beat again inn behind the counters of the Louis home 20 years ago, and remembers them Thursday afternoon, "'when they played of time villo Store Oi'k t'rab Orchard correspondent tells for their many acts of kindness to him Mipsks Katie Si.Mri.ox and GeorKia Mil- the Hogsett Academy nine. The score , ofthf killing of S. Dwight Hardin, uear and his. A finer old gentleman never ler, of Lancaster, were guests of Miss stood U to S. Gasoline as a fuel is rapidly superseding every known fuel on the Big Mone Gap, Va., by a premature ex- lived than Mr. Thompson. Jennie West. Try J. II Batighmau A Co.'a cooking plosion ot dynamite. Mr. Hardin, who Many refrain from using it, owing to the apparent dan A dispatch from Mt. Vernon Bays the market. Misses Jennie IUiuand Mary Holmes Bcoals. They are best biuI cheapest. was a eon of Mr. Samuel Hardin, of Crab Saturday evening late the pretty six ger attending. I.uak, of Hustonvillo, were here with ituminous nut 10c, Cannel nut 1 Ic, de- Orchard, is a ilrtt cousin of our towns- weeks' bride of Will McPhereon, a friends Friday Many dealers have refused to handle Gasoline Stoves, not desiring livered at your house. man, Mr. Mark Hardin. J. K. Tnggart, young merchant of that town, eloped Messiu. Gkokuk I'K'KkTT aud Wallace ... .9 to shoulder the responsibility of Accidents caused by them. Yates, ol lUchinond, have been vieitlnR DuRiNd the Oakley races the Cincin- a noted coal operator, was also killed and witli a former sweetheart, John Pitman, the son of a wealthy and prominent Mr. W If. Shanks. tickets 12 others injured, six fatally. nati Southern will sell round-tri- p farmer of the county. They started horee- Mrs. I. It to Cincinnati at i! cents a mile. Sale Mns. JoKSkVKiiA.sts and Hullo' The telephone line between back across the country. McPherson and Mnliony joined their husbands at Hock lasts from now till June 21. Hustonville, Liberty, Middloburg, Yose- - his father-in-laThomas Taylor, armed Castle SprliiKH, Friday. On the first Saturday in June h iliool mito and Mt. Salem has been completed themselves and started in They Is the only stove made with a burner that is absolutely automatic in J. W. I'kiuun, of Stanford, and W. O n and briday aiternoon it was talked over AwnrlAnb tint aaiihIh nl.nni OIA. ..!! IIUU1 its action. trustees will be elected in all the For safety, simplicity, neatness and durability it has no luiietj UIGl.UUfk IUC suuut Speed, of lliintnuville, were in town this and worked like a charm. It ia hoped jtown. By this time six or eigbt of Pit- - equal. tricts. Notices are already up here Somerset Reporter. week All Stoves .sold on trial. that before long a line will be established man's fiienda had joined him, and Tom Mies Maooik Buchanan and Little for the white and colored schools. between this placo and Mt Salem, to McOlnre, son of Judge McCIure, and Bessie Haldeman wero on yesterday's Ol-i- i readerHwill Hud Judge Aldredge's connect with the Hustonvillo and Liberof tho presiding County Judge train returning to speech, which we print witli this issue, ty wire so that we can be on speuKii'g D. P. Bethereum, undertook to interfere Mil. I'iiil Soukn and son, Wi'lie, of both amusing mul instructing in the terms with our Casey county friends. in behalf of Pitman. McPherson hit Louitivill.', spent several da)s with the handling of the money question. Read him severely over the the head with his of Col V. 11. Dudderar. family Shut Them Oct. Ruseel Dillion, cap- gun, and then gave it. his attention to'Pit-ma- n, "" """ " Mux Lmma Hunn returned home Suntain of the Livingstons, writer: We Tim trustees of the proposed State reA who had Mrs. McPherson behind day after a very yleasant visit to friends 1; n your pa would like to have you state in formatory will meet at Lebanon June 5th on a horse. In the excitement the girl at Hustonville. Columbin Spectator. per that in our game with Berea May 23, him for organlzatiou aud discussion of ilutieB. fell from the horse and Pitman not haltMr. T. M. White is down from Corbin we shut the Herea's out by the score of 11 and says buainees is brisk there. Ho is TliHt city is red hot to have the buildings to nothing. The battery of the Living- ing at the command, McPherson fired You buy, buy the best whether you buy both barrels of his shot gun at him but going to ride back and drive his milk located there stons was Jones and Kveritt, of Berea, the shots were ineffective. The purof us or some one else. cows. All the railroads will give a rate of Forbes and Kmbry. The feature of the suers then returned, bringing wife and Miss Jkan Siieliiy tnent Thursday in one fare for the round-tri- p to the demo- gamo was the pitching of Jones, striking the city on her way home from MIsh cratic convention at Lexington June Ml. out 11 men and not allowing a hit, nor daughter with them. Julia Spurr's, whero she formed one of a The capital of the blue grass is making giving a base on balls. .VEW AUVKRTISEMENTK pleasant house party. Lexington Her- every preparation to take care of the hosts You part with your cash be sure you get Tin: sound money speakers won at ald. will gather there, no matter how that value received. Thursday night. R. M. New-lanMns. W. T Meiumbk has returned from great they are. I spoke in the place of E. O. Singlea visit to Marion. Her husband is now Assionment. The Beazley Bros., Jack, ton, and he and Dr. Green Moore are I hare in mjr poiictiion a itray mate, flee f fillinifMr. L. M. Weeterfield's place in n gray, about to yfr old, !ob tail, (ore top cut the dispatcher's oillco, while he and wifo James and Elijah, made an assignment said to have presented some strong argu- olTthort, branded on left lde Owner can get Ycu want the newest and best goods, come Friday to J. It. Paxton. They owe about ments in favor of sound money. F. M. hei djr proving propeitr and paying for her keepare visiting in Tarksville. of which is to tho First Ware and D. A Baugh represented the ing and adverti inc. n.000, to us. H K HORTO.V, J. Hichaiu) Bush and Hlchard C. Hock Grove, Casey county, Ky. National Bank. Besides their farm of free silver side and made as creditable er, of Uila county, will be two of the 24 1 10 acres, they have a good deal of stock speeches aa their subject would permit. graduates of Kentucky University this and it is thought they will pay dollar for Messrs. W. G. Ronton, E. J. Tanner and year. Mr. Hush will be one of the eight COMMISSIONER'S SALE! dollar. J. II. Vanhook were the judges. A large You want goods at the lowest cash prices speakers at the commencement exerWarren A. Russell, tho crowd was present. Killed. cises. come to us. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. n horseman, of Danville, was Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Jacoiis left WedWill Evans Again. On hearing that Jennie P. Carpenter, &c , I'lffi., Notice of Sale. against nesday for Portland, Ore., to visit Capt thrown from his sulky while driving a Will Evans, the negro who broke into H. U. Dillon, ,Vc, DefU.. J. WtBt Jacobs and family. They will colt and received injuries from which he Danks' show window, was working near Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Term, extend their journey to California and died in a few hours. Ho was a success- Lexington, Constable T. J. Benedict Court, at its Octoberwill, on 1895, in this caae, the Looking lor a new Dress, a new Suit or a undersigned Corar, retaining to Danville ful trainer and driver and owned besides went over Friday after him. Evana had Alaska before new pair of Shoes or any thing in Dry Connor, '2: 1 1, other fast ones. He was 35 been there, but skipped out a couple of about July 1st. Advocate. 8, 1896, MONDAY, Goods, Carpets, Clothing or Shoes, go to A HALKdczen couples stormed Misses years old and unmarried. weeka ago after robbing a farm house tf Annie and Mary Alcorn Friday evening e the door, In The trial of James Downey, who kill- a lot of clothing and other things. Ev- In front ol the first day of the LincolnStanford, and were delightfully entertained. StrawKy, being County ed Policeman Russell at Harrodshurg, re- ans is a baru one to catch but with Con- Court, aell at public outcry, to the highest bidder, were berries and other refreshments stable Benedict and Marshal Newland the following described real property, to wit : A as in most cases of a peculiarly and Lot, known as the Cirpenter served and cinch enjoyed till near the sulted railroad heinous nature, in a hung jury, which after him it is only a question of time till House, situated at the follows; station in Stanford, K.y., a'ld bounded as hour when churchyards yawn. On the north by the stood eight for hanging, two for 15 years he will land behind tho bars. L A: N Railroad ; on the south In part by an alley Louax, of this city, has aud two for acquittal Mihfl Hettie between said property and the property of S. G Bail was asked What a Blind Man Does. George Hocler, running from Lancaster street to Depot been appointed vice president for Ken- for but we learn that Judge Sauiley will itrwt, and id part by the lot ot G. V. Ilronaugh; Hurst, who in 1S70 while living in on the east in part by Lancaster street and In part tucky of the Music Teachers' National not grant it. county, had both eyes put out by by the lot of G. W. tlronaugh, and on the west by Association. The association this year Depot strret. Said property will be sold to satis plfT., ly the Tuia ollice got out 100 catalogues, of 15 corrosivo sublimate, makoa out to get sum of debt ofwith Jennie P. Carpenter, for the will meet in Denver, July 7, and will be $400, interest from the 10th day of 10th. UourlerJour-nal- . pages, last week for Prof. M. G. Thomson, around almost aa well as a man with Oct., 1891, until paid ; and the further sum of (400, in session until the the 10th eight, lie gooa everywhere he wants to with interest from plaintiff. day of Oct., 1891, until ot the Kentucky Classical and Business Dovie A. Carnenter. for uaid: the debt of of him with his the sum ol $400, with Interest from the 10th day of Mk. D. G. Poutman, wifo and children, College, North Middletown, and 1,000 (or in town, feeling ahead , icqi, unui paiu, ana me lurmer sum ot $400. uci folwith interest from the 10th day nf Oct., 1801, until of Liberty, spent Saturday aud Sunday Dr. William Shelton, of 28 pages, beaidea stick, rarely asking assistance. He Annie Carpcnter,for wife. Mr. doing a very large run of other printing. lows putting lightning rods up for a living paid, andofthe debt of plaintiff, from the 10th day of with Mr. Ed Wilkinson and the sum (400, with interest with him, Miss Lucy Our facilities are equal to any demand and for himself and family and can rod a Oct , 189a, until paid; and the lurther sum of $400, Portman brought 10th day of Oct., 1891, until Is Receiving his house aa good aa the next man. When with interest Irom the amount subject to a credit ot aid, the last named Jano Fittpatrlck, an aged aunt, to see our force to any emergency. once he hears a voice he never forgets it, 14a.1t ot date Mar. 10. isoi. ana a run Dr. J. G. Carpenter. Miss Fitzpatrick, $C i.s8 reserved lor further litigation. Next Saturday at 2 but recogonizes the speaker instantly by of The said To Democrats and Lot will b sold on who ia both deaf and dumb, has recently of 6, time, which ia 20 minutes it. A great many men in bia condition a cicdttbearingia and 18 months, in equal installo'clock, Bun ments, interest from day ot sale until nsid. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. lost her sight. faster than standard, which tho town would become a charge on the county, Ilonde with approved security required, haviu accomMibs Dolly Brown Williams, to support himself as long the forehand effect ol judgments, and payable to clock ia supposed to run, the democrats panist for Mrs. Cecilia Epplnghousen will meet in convention here to select but he intends May ao. 1896. aa he can. U. C. WARREN. . Corar. Lincoln Circuit Court Bailey, appeared with her before a Louis delegates to the State convention at Lexfollowing Nine Contestants. The vllle audience Friday night. The Times ington. Let every good democrat be young ladles will contest for the handcompliments her playing very highly and present and let us name a delegation some $25 gold watch and beautiful f 15 I Bays waa charmingly gownod in delicate Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet county and lamp, now on exhibition at Danks, the with pompona of the which will do credit to our yellow, adorned State in helping to ahape tho policy of JeweIer's,BS first and second prizes at the Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock COTTAGE ON WHITLEY AVENUE, Bame artistic color, bhe ana Mrs. Jiailey Has good tho democratic party. Out elocutionary entertainment at Walton's Containing 4 Rooms. of Land. Stable and Hath and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. tnru the cuesta of Col. Bennett II. Splendid houses aud One Acre Koom. June 19. Crab Orchard, sold at Number ol Fruit 11Trees on lot. Will be Young during their stay in the city. Side. We asked n man the Opera House, The Saker a. m., Monday, JUNE public auction at Fish, subject "Maid of Or- 8, 1894, County Court Day. Terms: Credit of 4 Mn. Chab. 8. Toweli., of I.ichmond, other day how he atood on the Misa Caltba u yvi tcni. luicrcsi irom uaie. muniui, wi.u Sale will in Stan "I don't know leans;" Millersburg College, Miea Subbu lord, Ky. occur in front of chairman of the democratic county com money queation. Woods, subject "Flying Jitn'a Last Leap;' luittoe of MadiBon, waa hero Sunday in much about it," ho replied, "but I HARRY RAMSEY, Stanford, Ky. College, Miss Frankie Belle DougconBullation with our chairman, lion. It. am for sound monoy. The silver State Bubject "The Confessional;" RichIs headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at He saya Madison will send mon'a principal argument ia that because lass, C. Warren. Smith' subject "The Bound money delegation to the the baukersand the money lenders are mond, Misa Amy Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. a solid Stanford, Miea Edna Muriel Ktatn convention at Lexington, and he for the gold standard, it ia against tho in- Murdorer;" predicts that sound money delegates will terests of tho common people. It is juBt Courts, Bubject "Old Ace;" Lancaster, Anderson, subject "Meg win in this district, but Bays it will tako as good argument aud a much truer one Miss Alberta WHEREAS, Tho merchants and ether business do it, aa the Bilver wing to combat that sort of charge to say that and Joe;" Danville, Miea Lou Clarke, men of organization to Stanford have adopted the CASH SYSeverywhere ana by hara tho large majoritylof tho silver advocates subject to be selected; Lexington, Mies TEM, we, the physicians of this community ask is organizing S HERD THE in the future, shall be and that our Catherino Emma Darnaby, subject "The paid demandthirty daysbills, cash, its wnrk that sound money can come out are broken down political hacks and fi(.very in equivalent or Thoroughbred TC?T?TI T3Trif2.Va Crown of Victory;" Bowling Green, Mra. a note, negotiable ana payable in bank, with legal ,A.awi.,-nancial failures, with any number of dead victorious. and due Bessie Lyle Cherry, aubjact "WildZin-zarelda.- " interest, now owing when services are rendered. us for past professional serviPci sons beats thrown in for good measure. You My Breeders were selected from tne beat herds Thia occasion promises to be ces must acome forward and settle at an early date, of this famous bnd of swine In several different can put mo down for sound money." CITY AND VICINITY. Theis U business as well as prefcsslonal side to States. A splendid lot ot piga of ditlnrent ages the practice of mejiclno and There ia a good deal more truth than poe- an unuaually interesting one and reserv- are determined to observe in thesurgery which we for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction future. guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address Carriage paint. Craig AvHocker. try in this statement. Think over the ed aeats are already being engaged from I. O, CARPENTER, j. Y, PEYTON. 6. W. BRONAUGH. STEELE BAILEY, BRONAUGH, a distance, the managers say. The music and Bee if our friend 'a. free ailvercrowd W. B.O'BANKON, L.B.COOK. EvKnYTUiNa good tcTeat'it'W. II. Crab Orchard, Ky. May 18, 1894. will be in charge of Mr, B. H. Danks. doesn't strike mighty near to centre. Bituminous and cannel nut coal, tom price. Try It. Noel fc Son. m Special reduction on clocks of all kinds will save money for you. Craig Danks. the jeweler. er. bot- For "pointers" on the "money lion," call at the Cash Drug Store. & Lancaster was treated to chin music enough yesterday to last her awhile. We Hon. R.O. Warren spoke for sound monHock ey and Messrs. Breckinridge, Harding and Thompson for silver. queE al Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, COUCHES, BOOK CASES, SideBoards, Oak Springs It is beat for W. W. WITHERS, m m Reduction In Prices first-class ... ... A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. w, To the GASOLINE STOVE Trade. m u The Insurance'7 pu-aui- t. son-in-la- w HIGGINS & McKINNEY. "" When When When ey d Estray ITotios bit-t- 1 - , When 4 m m woll-kuow- I When JUNE Court-Hout- Ta.crn-llous- e Severance S Son; H. C. RUPUEY, Nel-Bo- n -- THE MER6HAKT TAILOR Tavern-Hou- se SPHIN& ANBSTDMMBB PENNY'S DRUG STORE 3j-4- t FOB SAZiS court-hou- se Penny's DraJ Store 34-- td Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. G. L. PENNY, Executor. BLUE-GRAS- Duroc-Jers- ey nwvrki Bra-dy- R. H. 34-i- ,r & 'aJAAwp. i: -- . --- ilwrArt-HO-Jj- ii fc Semi-Week- ly ft 1 ?H .' te Ten or more people were killed by Free SIlTer Would Crrain n Money Famine Not Much Danger of Hit. Country Joining Is a candidate for Ccngress in Surgeon y this, the Eighth the collapse of a building at Instead of Curlui One. China anil Mexico. Dentist, District, subject to ths action of the Democtatic Tueuday and Friday Buffalo. TotHH PabllBhed Every Tho Denver Republican echoes n comMr. Louis Windtnuller Is ono of New Tarty. AT Sampson Smith, of Fairview, Ind., mon assertion of all tho fro silver ad- York's leadiug merchants who has largo fell over a chair in the dark and broke vocates when it pays: W. S. transactions with German and other will b charged Office over McKoberts' Drug Stor. in the Owsley AW When not so paid 33.60 his neck. "Tho reopening of cur mints to tho foreign houses. Is a candidate for Judge of tho Court of A llullding. In a recent number of the Berlin for this district, subject to tthe will of tbc tlemoc- At Ligonier, Ind., burglars chloro- frco coinago of both metals at tho ratio ono of tho influential ieriodieal.s racy. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. formed Mrs. George Ott, who died from of 10 to 1 would do a prrat deal to right in Genuauy, ho explains to foreign tho wrong of demonetization. It would Trains leave Stanford at ;:io a. m., and 3 P. the shock. holders of securities why it Thomas Keeper, of Fayette, 0., was put an end to tho existing money famine is probable American United States ra., returning at 4 30 p. m., and 9:0; p. m. that tho will Is gUrn to all who accounts with mo that fatally injured while attempting to atop which is forcing lowi r prices every day. ' ' stick to gold as the standard of value. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. have been running orcr to days to come In nud Now, first, there is no "existing mona runaway team. K. Wright will run the business settle. W, While not underestimating the grav- and rue u 37pm lor after April icth and will be glad for tv No. swi, Train going North..., s At DeWitt, Ark., Jordan Phillips, a ey famine. " Wo liavo in iw tho ity of tho present situation lie finds cry one to trade with him. 3 13a m " " No, so. " sum of $3,107,000, 000 of gold, silp m colored preacher, was hanged for the ,n 04 K n. MONNKTi, KetpTou St. on the rate Fence. See null " South .. reasons for thinking that this Ko. 15, ver and paper :nnt;ey. Our actual per country will not tako its placo " " 103pm Hustonvllle, Ky Duddcrar.J L. Dawson, J, III nncht. R. Cobb. No. tj, with murder of hia wife. Kd Carter, it. Chancellor and others who hsve us capita circulation is $'.M.3t, against Mexico, China and other half civilized G. A. PKVTON. Htanf rd. Ky ed It. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Maj. Burrell Lawless, aged 90, a law- Groat Britain's Ai;ent for Lincoln County. 95,3m IS.42, Germany's silver standard nations. One of these is yer and a Confederate veteran, died at if 18.54 nud s Trains pass Junction City ai follows: $0.75. "tho recent rio in tho valuo of silver .,..3.41 p m No. 1 South 11.07 P m No. 1 North The following ordinance vr passed at a reguTo talk of an "existing money famine" caused by eastern demands, and the inhis home near Glasgow. SHELBY & SHELBY, ,..i.oi p m u.oaara " 4 " 3 " lar meeting of the City C. uncll of Stan lord, Ky , o " m " 6 Kentucky river geta $1,300,000 for the in this country is simply to talk ..3.1S m 35 s " creased pnhietion of gold" which April 10, iS;6, in due form of law, which ordiuanco "8.35 pm ' 10 " ,.6.00 a m , 9 ' shall and does take and falsehood. river and "may continue until our minors will lication, as follows, effect Irom and alter its pubrun no NnriN'M. a and c and a and toatop there, fur- - president harbor appropriation, if the Secondly, neither a money famino nor coaso to grumble." He reasons that: do3an't veto the bill. hor than Junction City. All tralnt anything elso "is forcing lower prices "A larger supply of gold is apt to in- City Taxes Shall be Due on the Gen. Lucaa Fairchild, commander of every day." On tho contrary, prices are crease niauy values. Wheat and Homo City, - Kontuckv. First Day of March, the Loyal Legion and of rising. About a year ago cotton was at staples ltavo risen anil may conother the G. A. R., died at Madison, Wis. 5 cents. It is now worth 8 Wheat, tinue to rise until our fanners booomo After the aimiment, and any person or ersons Reasonable Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very falling to ist day June The criminal docket in the Logan which was at CO cents a bushel, is now reconciled to the gold standaid. Mean- thereatter pay their takes by the additional ofon the respectfully Rates, A portion of your patronage is solicited, it (a. shall par per cent, county circuit court is now clear of mur- at 70; silver bullion, which sank awhile while, in consequence of infonuation taxes o duo and unpaid, which additional sum be ago to 55 cents, is now worth 08 and spread through various channels, ninny shall the charged to the Marshal in his settlement der cases for the first time in 40 years. with City Council. more. These arc samples. It is simply of them begin to doubt if cheap dollars, JOHN N MKNKKKK, Mayor. The notorioua Mrs. Dyer, convicted OKO. II. WKAREN, Clerk not trno that anything "is forcing lower if legalized, would lo more easily obof tho wholesale murder of babies in prices every day." . tainable than honest 100eut dollars, you want a No Xuggy, one worth every London, has been sentenced to death. Finally, freo coinage, so far from cur- mm ii inu mini)- - wuum uu mure indollar you have to pay Icr it. and one that will be John Wilson, who was the first Un- ing an alleged "money famino," would clined to part with savings the valuo of guaraDUd to give you satisfaction and a Uuggy right, go to ion soldier to plant a ilag on Lookout create one. It would drive instantly out which had become diminished by unsee the new Hats at Mis Dudderar's TemAnd Mountain, died at his home near Irvine, of circulation all tho gold and all the just laws." ple ol Fashion this week. New I.tgon. new i'anamss, all in gold bearing pajver extant, and these, Ilustonville, Ky. In his opinion, "tho great political and Kibboes the new Persian effects Low Flows rs stuff He has Ky. He will not handle shoddy Handsome goods but Prices. some ttaullful Surreys and An explosion of gas wrecked two according to official statistics, amonnt to parties cannot triflo with tho financial Dress making done in Ue latest style and on short Th. genuine MalU Cultivators and Plows, M I). I) I DDKKAK. f $1, 077, 000,000, or about tho question. Tho voplo aro tired of un- notice. the beat in use, as all fanners will tell )ou Oo to buildings at CofJeyville, Kan., killing MRS. KATK DL'DDKKAK. see him and save your money certainty, and a majority will probably one man and fatally wounding two oth- total currency of the country. There can bo no question nbont tho vote for the presidential candidate who ers. I facts in this ca.se They aro supported Robert Laugblin, the Augusta wife by tho official records and by universal has tho best reputation for sound money principles and tho courage to adhere to Wt are ready to receive bids on M K. and niece murderer, tried to choke a human experience. urged them irrei.etivo of party. Leaders in Church South to be built near Walnutthe Flat. Ilids Absolutely Pure.! & fellow prisoner to death in the Maysrille on tho plea of more money, would in the Republican and Democratic conven will b received until May ist. Specifications and plans of building are now at the Interior Journal fact and with certainty reduce tho value tions ought to vjo with each other in olfict. Kor further Iniormation apply to the A cream of tartar baking pow- jail. Ky. f The production of salt in this coun- of money by and produco a choosing the most stubborn advocate of lluildlng Commutes at Walnut Klat.Ky. der. Highest of all in leavening II. D HOLT7CLAW, Sole proprietor Dean's Itlack Diamond Root contraction greater and inoro disastrous tho single gold standard, and will do K. E. C.AINluS. Paint. Estimates furaisned for painting Woud, strength.Latest United States Gov- try last year showed an increase of J C Tl'CKHR, Metal a.d Iron Roofs. Satisfaction gusisnteed barrels over that of the proceeding than has over been known in any civi- so If they appreoito tho drift of public CommlttM. M td ernment Report. All roots painted with D.an's Ulack Diamond lized country under tho sun. New York opinion." year. Paint guaranteed for years. Dealirs in bt.t lutWorld. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. It ought not to be necessary for Mr. ein Pumps and Galvanised Iron Kllteri, si tt Mayor W. W. Waters, of Hot A Hew Dress Establishment. New York. Springs, Ark., stabbed to death Harry Some Things Iugall. Doesn't Windmuller, or for any other influential business man, to reassure foreign investKnow. Martin, who was following him and with hhall continue to pay our Having completed my course In the French DOC DRYlt. CARROLL IIA1LEV. John J. Ingalls of Kansas ors that wo in whom he had quarreled. honest debts lrouest mouey. Tho fact Tailoring System ol Cutting and Kitting I offer Ky. Favorable reports are to be made for was recently asked by a corresjiondent that it is so keeps hundreds of millions my services 10 & of tho New York Mail and Express for buildings at Hopkinsville, $50,000; of dollars from seeking investment in All kinds of CarrUgt, Uuggy and W agon MaV- his opinion as to tho cuus of tho hard Proprietors 150,000; Lebanon, $103,000 and times which tlus country exporiencod this country, makes tho rate of interest And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please ing and R.paJrlng done. v. nicies w iiu Di.u kiwu ai ma, a is Kiniey nas coarse my work I will b. found In the rear them Bowling Green, $75,000. in 1893 and 1894. His reply was : "Tho unnecessarily liigh, and udds millions of Mrswith Dudderar's Millinery Stcre and will ol the painting department and guarsntees hU to our interest account. This simplo be glai Kate on the. wishing work in my III). work a specialty and for caah onto wall At Monterey, Texas, Jose Mater, a contraction of tho circulating medium ly Accounts due 1st of each mrtith STANFORD, KY. fact should bo clear to our mortgaged MRS. WM. OK Kit, Stanford 7 t II MERSHON, bull fighter, was gored to death and four of all tho great nations by the destruc- farmers. J II CHEER, Hortes handled under Saddle and In Harness, other performers were dangerously tion of tho money functions of silver is, roadsters and A. II. KINL1V prepared lor sale. and " SPRING, 1896. to my mind, tho chief cause. " In reply saddlers bought and sold on commission Good wounded by a vicious bull. Froo Pills. half.mile track and best stables in the country. 8 to another question ho said, ' 'President It takes $S,000,000 a year to pay Cleveland coerced a reluctant congress s'Scndyour address to II. K. Ilucklen ft Co., Blue-Gras- s l)r King's Kentucky pensioners and $14,000,000 to into tho stoppage of tho coinage of tho Chicago, and get aAtree sample boi of you . of their J W. McGINNIS, W. COOK J. New Life Pills. trial will conviuce F. B. BIL.BY. Proprietor, a charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. satisfy the demands of the Ohio soldiers, easy In action and are All sitids of Fruit anJ Ornamental Trees, 8ilveraud left our industries paralyzed. " merits. These pills are the cure of centtipation particularly effectUe in - - - Kontucky. Mirubs, Small Fruits, Asparagus, (.rape Vines, London. deserters and coffee coolers. For malaria and lier troubMr. Ingalls has achieved a national and sick headache sav. money Iluy THOMAS Y. les they hae been proted intaluadle They arc Ac. No agents general direct and on application t, A crank attempted to shoot Jim catalogues reputation as a brilliant politician, but guaranteed to be perfectly fr from crry delet e Mrawberry and I have moved to my new Hotel and ant bettae V nous and to the pugilist, at Hot Springs Ark. his statements in regard to matters of do notsubstance by their be purely irgrlable They toTelephone 179, H. HILLKNMr.VKR. Ky DANVILLE, KV., prepared than aver to accommodate lbs public Leilnglon, weaken action, but uy sriving tone Oood Livery altachd, and .vlry convenience d fact show him to bo either very ignobowels greatly sirad. Give ra. a call. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds Corbett knocked the revolver aside and rant or altogether unreliable. His asser- to the stomach andsire Jjc per bsi invigorate the system Regular Sold by W. held the man till a policeman came. FRANK RILEY, II Meltobms, druggist, of Carriages. I II that medium of all President Cleveland withdrew the tion greattho circulating Uvu coutrttcted Repairing a Specialty. Work dsne and warranttho nations has All Kroo ed to give satisfaction. All work done when nomination of T. J. Glenn;to be postI am back from the cities with everything that simply is not true. Franco, Genuauy, Those who have used Dr King's .Vev DKu. All accounts due when work is depromised. Millinery line A visit is pretty master at Carlisle, and sent in tho nomi- England, Austria and Russia have in- ery know its value and those who hae not. have to new and wilt m the you 90 livered. Your patronage solicited. my store convince that this stock Is now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the adnation of Phoebe Mann for thejplace. creased their joint stock of money by vertised druggist an J get a tual bottle free. Send th. most complrte. Klcgantlinc Linens and Embroidery Matenal. The court of appeals has affirmed tho more than 1, 000, 000,000 during tho your name toll. E Ilucklen V Co., Chicago, and M1SSLICCIK 1IKAZLKV, geta trial Dottle ol Dr. King's New Lite Tills as : 7. : JHnpflsVLa'j?? decision which gave George Delany six past 20 years. Instead of contracting well as a copy of fiuide to Health and HouiehoU! Stanford, Ky of Instructor free years for the part he played in the mur- there has boon a great expansion of tho you good and costAllyou which Is guaranlettl to do . II. Mc nothing at Koberts drugstore der of Abbie Oliver in Union county in currency of tho great nations. : Nor is it trno that tho money func: HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1803. "Say, slater Blanche?" tion of silver has boon destroyed. On 0gic on Lancaster Street, at Residence. ON IMPROVED FAItMS The cotton states exposition at Chi- tho coutrnry, thero is now In tho United o the neoDle ol West Lin- Offers his serrices "What is it Willie?" mln and Casev Counties, Full stock ot Cofflns cago is about to fall through. The SouthStates 549,700,000 in full legal tender In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent., Caskets always on hand. "Is it rinht to Bay 'burna is or 'burns nual and 95 ern States didn't bite at this patent at- silver, in Franco 434,300,000, in Ger- are?" interest, no commission charged. Address D. S. Carpenter, Manager. OKO W DAVY. Room 17, Kenyoa lluildlng, NATIONAL BANK tempt of the Windy City to advertise many 105, 000, 000, in Spain 120,000,-00- 0 Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur"Burna are, Willie." ..... CALL ON ther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, Atherself. and in Austria, Belgium and other Or.STANFORD. KY. t torney, Stanlord, Ky. "Then, Sister Blauche,!" They'll steal most anything over in European countries 24'J,000,000, all of "Well Willie"" Ohio. Near Wooster, that State, 100 this 1,457,000,000 being full legal tenStock- "Mr Burns are down in the parlor trees were dug up out of an orchard and der money. Docs that look llko tho de....... .......... STANFORD, KY., waiting to see you." Judpe. epirited away before the owner knew struction of silver? Attention of the public is Tho charge that President Cleveland to the far Cents, Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only that this is the only National invited ,n Stanford anything about it. V For Bank quarter in a man's pocket there are or Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of coerced congress into stopping tho coin-ng- dozen every; and to use one in such away as to de-a Under the provisions of th. National Ilaak uses Key Ac. (01 kinds. Badges, Dog License Checks The team Wm. Gillen, of Danville, of silver is another error. Since rive the greatest benefit is a (juestion eteiy one - Kontucky. depositors.ar. secured not oalv by the capital Kings, Chains, &c. Stamping on Metal and genstock, but by the stockholders1 liability lof We believe, however, Crab Orchard, 111., was driving became frightened at a March 4, 1593, nearly 8,000,000 silver mustsoUe for himself is eral repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elmore's store, amount .qua to the stock, so use could be made of one of these depositors S6 HUnford, Ky. female bicyclist and ran away. Gillen's dollars have lecn coined, almost as that nobetter to exchange it for a bottle of Cham- Wishes to thank his Irieods and neighbors for this Institution are secured by .that oY quarters than fund five sworn statements of thecondition of the baaa berlain's Colic, Cholera alls to feet caught in one of the wheels and be many as during the entire history of a medicine. every family and Diarrhoea Hemedy, their patronage and respectfully Granville be should be provided Haley are made each y.arto the United Sutes in the Its assets ar. tho country previous to "tho crime of For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. with will be lound ready future Mr at any time. A wae dragged to death. to serve jou bygor.rnra.nt ag.nts, .samlned at staled times thus 1878." It is truo thut tho silver nice line ol Caskets, Collins, Kobes, Ac, to and perfect safely 10 depositors.securing ajditaons Insurgent Commander Romeo, capfrom always on hand. is jm This institution, originally law of 1S90 was reialed under Mr D. I'. Davis, a prominent liveryman and J. K. BARKER, Proprietor, tured by the Spanish after a fight in tho present on the Denosit llank of Stanford lu Ujl, then administration, but the panic merchant of Goshen, Va., has this to say In recsubject of tske pleasure li.d as the National llank of Stanford In r."riY 1S6, and which he was badly wounded, was exe- of 1893 began early in thut year and ommendingiheunialism "IPain lialm for rheuma- again Chamberlain's as the First National Baikol Stanlord in iSIs, has had practically cuted by being shot while he knelt. His was at its worst 3veral months before tism, as I Vuw from personal experience that it uninterrupted e.istenceot is years. It is titter supplied will doall that is claimed for it A year ago this Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. last words were "Viva Oubalibre." tho purchases of silver bullion were stop-th!- . Spring my brother was laid up in bed with inflamRemember we aic the exclusive agents for the now with facilities for tran.ctinK business prompT ly and liberally than ever before in its long So that it could not huvo lcon tho matory rheumatism and suffered intensely The celebrated Knights of PytbiaB will this year Komodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and T: honorable career. Arrm.ni. .,r,... ., first application Chambvrlatn s Pain lialm eased .H Pnmmnrilmit Kamnlfl Rooms. Electric Bells. bold no national encampment owing to failure to store pig silver and issue cer- the pain and theof use of one bottle completely Claries, firms and Individuals respectfully solie- Falls Branch Jellico Goal, Halls and office connected by cured him 47 I'rompt and polite service to guests. their failure to secure satisfactory rail- tificates for it which caused tho hard For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. The Directory of this llank is composed of Also that it will be to the interest of everybody to call and set our clean Domestic Nut Coul. Forcstus Iteid, Lincoln county; road rates, but instead will bold several times. In reality it was tho danger that Prices tho United States could not keep its inSTANFORD Judge L'antrill decided that the lo- mines, the very lowest. Wo pay tho cash at the S. T. Harris, Lincoln; encampments in various sections of the creasing mass of silver currency at par cal option election in Scott county was price. therefore are able to sell at the lowest J. H. Collin, Lincoln; Come and see us, country. (iooj Coal mskes red ashes , no cinders. with gold which brought about tho illegal. J. W. Hayden, Stanford, FEMALE : COLLEGE. Nut isc; In Falls Ilranch 13 cts. Falls Ilraucli Four men committed Buicide in St. panio from which trade and industry S. II, Ilaughnian, Lincoln; dun Mountain Jcluco Nut li cts : North Jellico STANFORD, KY. Louis Friday. Louis Burnett took poi aro now rapidly recovering. If men of J. S. Hocker, Stanford; Lump tic. These prices are for Coal delivered For Coal at our housu charges are one cent less. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; son, Charles Rabis, shot himself, Walter tho standing of Mr. Ingalls would cease S1IELTON, President. WILLIAM NOEL A BON. M. D, Elmore, Stanford; Nimbs tried the hanging route, while giving aid and comfort to tho business T. P. Hill, Stanford; RS. NANNIE S. 8AUFLEY, Lady Principal. AuguBt Long flung himself into the Miss- uesiroymg ireo silver ngitators, vo I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! K. L. Tanner, MeKinnsy; should soon hear nothing of hard times Miss Emma L. Martin, residing Teacher in the issippi river. Ice regularly every morning, Price XT'. M. J. Miller, Mt'Vernou.Kr Study Hall; as a political issue. J. 8. Hocker, Preaident; William Clark, a convict sent up Mary Cowen, Principal ot the Music De100 Founds and Over 40c per 100. I litis Law, Attorney Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; partment; from Louisville, was caught after he bad Wise as Well su Industrious. A. A McKinn.y, Asst.Caihl.r An amonnt between to and too lbs at KcId. - Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart- dug into a sewer and was waiting for Allb s must positively be paid the first o f each ments of Art and Elocution. ra nth E. IIREMER night to lower himself and crawl to the Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. S3 Second Session Begun Wednes- river. Clark made an eflort to get out of Co prison some months ago. day, January 22. Or STANFORD, KY., THK HUSTLINO INSURANCE MAN, Samuel Anderson, of Fayette, got lanowfully.'organlsed and ready lor business wits) for Circular or calllat the for terms, S.C, aend College. drunk and started home on his horse. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. While fording a creek he Kontucky. San Francisco. would have been drowned if fell oil and Portland. Who represents th Old Reliable Michigan Mutuhis foot had Surplus, . Guarantees work In every particuTo the 20,000, al Life Insurance Co,, of Detroit, Mich., can lar. Prices reasonable. lias had 13 years' expe- writ vou all the most favorable plans ot Insur not caught in the stirrup and his horse SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAJ rience. 91 3m ance. He also represents the old reliable Central had not dragged him out. BANK OK STANFORD, Tobacco Warehouse of Loatsvllle, Ky., and will be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. Now cloing up) with th same assets The James DeWitt, who had suod bis .....Via and undx Will be teady to conler all the favors that can be the same management. . wife for divorce, but pending the decree given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advanceliy provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as ments made on consignments, both in the warewaylaid her and choked her to death, and house and country. I will b. at Stanford every wanting1 hogsheads, prizes or lUole to the ,h,ho''i' being held IndjTiduaJJr court day. Parties then bid her body in the woods, was eatent of the amount of thsir New Line Between Cincinnati, monev should address me at rami lick, Ky. Ih.rein at the par value threol, in bung at Grayson, Thursday, in the pres(96m frompt attention guarantees amount Invested in such shares addition JjH ) lOUItVltlt twAllAITaCMICitOtCr- ence of 5,000 people. He did not want c.,7f.If;t5 aindi,fduU.rainUtral0r' UU'1"' M. S. Bacghman. J. W. IIaughmam. the Bentouce commuted, as he said, sleep.Tn'.,h0" 7ho "1tsdthir bulsiness to as Only During Car Route From Solid Trains, ing or awake, his wifo's glaring oyca and Bank ".?" screams bannted him. It look him 13 Fast Time, Tffaoffb roraiTORjminutes to die by strangulation. Excellent Equipment. four little mine sat In a barn to upln. Tho school census for the present Pu'rty oatnu by and poppod her head in. Inaugurated May 24. SAaUS year contains the names of 727,723 chil- "Shall I como In and bltu your thread off!" TUB SCHEDULE, Elegant Pullman Vestibuled "Ob, so, kind sir, you will bito our hoads off." dren between the ages of six and 20 j Lve. Cincinnati Sleepers of Modern Pattern. 9 Ms.ni 9 '3 P. m. - m. 3 5 p. m, Atr. Toledo . H. Shanks, Stanford; 3 For taapa or any information, address years in Kentucky, and the per capita is 0 15. m. Oood Advice, Arr. Detroit $ 43 p. m, J.S.lOwslay, Stanford; BACON sTKANK J. RKID, 12.60. Not exceeding half the number - - Kentucky. trains. Throuch coaches and parlor cars "W can draw attention to Oregon, " Through coaches, Wagner Sleeping on dayCincinD.J . I or S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; U. Y. Agent, Cars S are attending the public schools, but in- the Portland Oragonian, Republican, nati to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night LoulsTlile Chicago. . B, Owsley, Stanford; Be sure to call for struction in school or at home becomes says, "we oau advertise Oregon, more trains. Caab, Stanford; you need Uts give ua a call. Notalag sot It No service between Cincinnati, Toledo and DeMosvoa Route. WllUaaa Gooch,.SIanford; compulsory the next scholastic year, the effectively by'okctiug a sound money troit U AS GOOD AX OUR NEW YORK LINK, turnout win MTt our stanl. M Fail. saw ceaaua will likely show an increase and gold standard man to cougresa from fcrt).Iaour AS GOOD AS OUX CHICAGO LINE, Denver. 3fSOTr,fiWWfwilii A3 ST. LOUIS LINE. tie Second district at this time than by But yourGOOD AS OUR via "Big Four." to 745,000 or 750,000 of children within ticket through ULAOXIMITH HOP. I. H. ihaksflPrei4a)at,: TJTTtlTO IwU) or la tradeKldeslcaafal agents or addrees ll the iHUJlu. for cashswat my tor leather o.-t the school age, and the par capita for during effort ofIS immigration BooltHiw K.For lull information caii onD. B. MARTIN. Will guarantee . a work and sstifactory OwsJ.jJCavkUr. O. McCORMACK, U Ottaayears." the next aut days MStaIrt Twer. . choolj will UM off to 2.25 or Imt. J Gen. Past. A Tkt. Aft, Aigr, prices. Try our horse shoer. psblic raa. irame .1 m. Chat-- Haaalsa, ' f W. M. Srifkt.TeXar, four-stor- Interior Journa; NEK'S NOTES. FREE COINAGE OF FALSEHOOD. THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. J. S. OWSLEY, JR i A. S. PRICE, JUDGE PRVOR Stanford, Ky. Nn-Ho- n, A Spsoial Invitation hc 1 13-i- m ' onor-mou- sev-er- al Austria-Hungary'- City Ordinance. to-w- uon-sens- Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Klrsl-Clas- Junction s ROYAL 8. Buggies, Cultivators. 1 1 Come Ono, Como All. POWDER aw D. S. Carpenter, Phss-too- s. ono-hal- To Contractors J. t. joiojs, Frco-coinag- Tin Sheet Iron Works, ono-hal- Stanford, COO,-0- 00 M St .AsaphCarriagB Co., Stanford, g BAZLE'Y- DRYB, May-fiel- d, The Ladies of Stanford, Training and Sale Stable First-clas- Iloiss-brxein- s Nurseries. THE RILEY HOUSE SHAW, Cor-bet- 1 TO THE .LADLES 3dk, w. b. Fmrerz1, T. S'U'TTOIT, UNDERTAKER. MONEY To LOAN semi-a- Dentist, FIRST Stanford, Ky. J G. BEADY, J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, Capital lurplus 8100.000 23,700 Ww govsra-tnenta- o -- PARKER HOUSE, pur-chas- o se-l- (jomcrset, Kentucky. Coal, Coal, Coal. ICE), S. BTJUCH, at Stanford, Kentucky. y. Fanners Banfc&Trnst Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford. First-Clas- M. W. JOHNSON, s NOBT1WEST ii ;aiilllillLl;01IHali ILOITXSYXXXZ Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. M.S.&J.W.Baughman. ffiorT.':!: -- al TOiCHICAGO. I A LrVERY, FEED uS iT 53- -- STABLE, Stanford, rst-cla- sa It tk:lltl f first-cla- - ..i. vi j.i..VAt jV i .s j m.r' -i rfcl. A.;rVn.. . 3ht jh3at .sriisatiWJi a ... TLL. --"flfjmi Ttff- - W.