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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896052901 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. V emi-Weekl- y Inte mt. verxox. J i I 1 1 f Lf Journal. NO. 26 v'vi vol. xxv. LtttEllTY, CASEY COUSTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1896. interest in music of any kind, thinks Mr. court Cirruil Court, Stnithuj and Oilier Itcnu. DeBord the coming cornetisi of tho Monday was regular county Circuit court and tho announcement State. day, but there whs only a limited crowd In attendflce on account of the fannrni that there would bo speaking brought a' Brodhead has tbo reputation just now largo crowd to Mt. Vernon Monday and' of being the cheapest place In the State. being very busy. ' Tho morchanta nro cutting on everything made tho newspaper mrn, almost a IihII Col. Robert J. Hriekinridgo dozen the free In number, had ii pretty good field to la- - but on groceries tho knife goes deepest. ono of bis brilliant speeches on 'I he following sign in frcnt of one of the ellver (ineation here on Monday. The bor in. Rockcastle people are great stores will give our readers an idea of (rienda readers ami that they l colonel baa a greut are good judges o' how cheap goods aro sold there: "Erfga in this county among all political parties, literature is proven by tho alacrity with taken which they take hold of the "cheapest 5c per dozen, butter 10j per pound, peas but the freo ellrer crar.e has not two cans for 15c, fine peaches two cant dtep hold hero yet, but there are eymp-toni- and the best." appearance that it The criminal docket this court is tho for 25c; tomatoes 7c or four cans for 2.rc,' making their and so on. The thought of making n t might spread as a mild epidemic, though for years and tho entire Jerin of n it la Hoped It will prove fatal only In week will bu taken up nith it. In fact it profit on sugar and coffee is not considis doubtful If It can be completed in that ered at all. The merchants seem to be a few chsl'8. writing the above, the writer, time. The civil castH will have lo go holding up well, notwithstanding the Since has been much enlivened bv receiving over till next court unless Judge Morrow low prices, and hard times are not near so much as at other points tho Intkriob Jouhsal and reading on a holds a special term, which he will very where better profits Bro made. This supplementary sheet, the speech of Judto likely not do. Few visiting lawyers are George N. Aldredge, of Dallas, Texas, in attendance, the evil doers and others is easily explained, however, for tho delivered before a convention of bankers believing no doubt that the Mt. Vernon mountain people as a general thing live within the bounds of their incomes. at Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 10, 1895. It bar is as good as tho best. K O. W. your correspondent in his own The speaking waa largely attended and opinion on the subject of money matters, enjoyed. Hon I'ryor J. Foreo made a SOMEWHAT LOCAL. and awakens vivid memories of the past. capital speech and made friends for himpersonally acquainted self and for the cause ho represented. A Sam Turner waa killed in Bell counThe writer was with Judge Aldredge His first recol- good portion of bis argument was devo- ty by Mead Cottrell Danville's population is now 4,875, lections of the judge was when bo (Al- ted to the currency question and the few dredge) was elected county attornoy of free sllverites in the county were put to an Increase of 800 since her list censup. Monticello will not havo saloons unDallas county, Texas. There were no thinking by his clour and .forcible presendistrict or Commonwealth attorneys in tation of the disadvantages that would less tho election ia set aside. The dra that Stata. At tho next election ho was arise from the free aud unlimited coinage won bv a majority of four. Barbourvlllo has 20 drummer8. She elected district judge, an otllce slmiUr to of silver. He gave the republican party circuit judge in this State. He was over particular fit and cored Gov. Bradley also haa more loafera than any town its six feet high, weighed over 'J.'jO Ibj. and fore aud aft for the abuse of the pardon- sizu in the State, aaya u citizen of that was plain dressed, and the nwkwordeet ing power, the calling out of the militia place. Best Auston escaped from the new and gawkiest man a person ever met and other thiuga "too numerous to menwith. He was funny and popular with tion." Mr. Foree admitted that he was jail at Liberty by picking the lock with a everybody, and ready to tackle a street ashamed of the fact that he was a mem- wire nail. The building is new and cost urchin for a game of marbles at any time. ber of the last Legislature and would not i 10,000 Tho Middlesboro Watt steel plant Long may survive the jolly Judge Al- have told his hearers that ho was had he dredge not been taught when a boy to tell the has been ordered by cable from London A large assemblage collected here on bad things he did rather than let others to start atouce. Six hundred men are the 20th as wituesies and also to attend do bo and exaggerate on them. While to be employed. There is not a prisoner in the Barthe examining trial of J. W. Acey, of referring to the unseating of RepresentaMintonvlllo, in this county, charged with tive KautTman by the republicans, Super- bourvlllo jail at present. This is tho shooting at Dr F A. Taylor in April, intendent Andy Baker remarked that tho first time in over 10 yesrs that the jail with Intent to kill. A good number of democrats in the Senate had done the has been empty. A fund is being raised for the purwitnesses was examined on both sides. same thing. "You republicans set tho At tho outset, the Commonwealth im- example and we only followed; you Uave pose of erecting a monument to the plied a weakness in employing such a to tight the devil with fire, you know." memory of the lato Congressman Silas strength of counsel County Attornoy "Then I suppose," said Mr. Biker, "if Adams in Casey county. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Shearer, of Q. 0. Uodbey, Stone A Stone, of Liberty, the republicans no to hell, you democrats and Judge James Denton, of Somerset, will follow." "Oh, no," said the speaker, Wayne connty, who moved to Texas six represented the prosecution, while W. A. "hell would be too full aud too bad a years ugo, were among the killed in the Morrow, of Somerset, and Judge John pUce uuder those circumstances for us cyclone at Sherman. Their house waa Uelden, of this place, defended Acey democrats." Mr. Foree made a powerful completely wrecked. A dispatch from Parkaville siys two The case was tried before Squire J. I). plea for democratic harmony and promisOwens, ns Judge Tilford, being a relative ed that whether nominated or not his brothers named Brigga horribly mutilat of oue of the parties, was ruled oil tho energy would bo spent in trying to bring ed Tom Salloe, who it is charged had bench. The burden of the Common- democrats together for the great fight this been criminally intimate with the wife of one of tho brothers. wealth's witnesses was merely to stato fall. A Casey county farmer sent to tbo the fact of the shooting being commencHon. F. F Bobbitt followed with a North for a superior article of clover ed by Acey from Tyler Jasper's store, and 1J hours in length. He is a tree directed at Dr. Tuylor on bis platform in Mtver man, hut is not for John B. Thomp- seed and sowed 20 acres. When it came front of his own titorr. For the defense, son. " We got our 'Phil " of the Thomp-bo- up it proved to be a first class article of the court ruled against the admission of years ago," said be. When asked the ordiuary black mustard and now hie evidence of the confessions of Acey's how ho would vote this year, he answer- mustard crop promises to be large enough wife to her husband and other partiffc ed, "We big meu don't vote, wo merely to blister the whole of Casey county. The cadh drawer of tho Monticello, The defense, however, introduced strong dictate to the smaller fry." Mr. Bobbitt circumstantial evidence to show tho prob- uavu hia hearers the startling information postolllco waa robbed Saturday night. ability of illicit intercourse between Dr. that no democrat could win in the Eighth Suspicion pointod to a young country boy, who proved to he James Thornton, Taylor and Acey's wife; such as the pres- district. aon of William Thornton, one of the best ence of Dr Taylor at Acey's residence in John Sam Oasloy, Jr's, friends were his absence, tho sending out of Acey's disappointed at his failure to bo present known men in Wayno county. The at Paialoy, aame county, waa children and fastening the doors of tho and take part in tho speAkiug. A great house, Ac. Tho weight of sympathy many expressed to tho writer a desire to also robbed of quite n number of stomps among those in attendance seemed to be meet him and hfcar him speak. It is hard Thursday nipht. in favor of Acey. Aftor bearing all the tosay jmt now who Rockcastle will inLUXDOX, LAUREL COUSTY. evidence, Acey was hold in the sum of struct for, hut Mr. Owsley's friends say $500 to appear at the next term of circuit they are going to carry Born, to the wife of Mr. Fred Pi(?g, it for him without court for trial on tho charge. The bail fail, and if determination counts for any- on the 19th, a girl. bond was readily given. George K. thing, Lincoln's entry will receive her Judge Robert Boyd has returned Stone, Judge Denton and Q. C. Godboy three votee. There is every reason why homo from an extended trip throughout argued for the Commonwealth and Judge Mr. Owsley should nceive thorn. Tho the South. He aaya his health has imUelden and W. A. Morrow for the chairman of tho county committee and a proved very little, if any. Judge Tiusley and Mr. 11. O. Faulknumber of the best workers in tho coun ner, of Barbour ville, J. W. Alcorn, of very many fine old Virgin ty are for him. Among the There is leen evidence of hard times Stanford, and J. A. Craft, of Louisville, la gentlemen who havo rome into the In and around Mt. Vernon than any are the vlaltiug attornoya at thia session homes and hearts of Kentuckians, none place in my knowledge. More buildiug of court. ever received a warmer or more lasting Rev. W. B. Godbey occupied tho to Gen. John has been done in the last year than ever welcome than wae extended Ohivalric, cultured, genial and before in tiio history of tho place and a pulpit at tho Methodist church thia Echols. handweek. Mr. R. M. Jackson is at Richenterprising, ho iugratlated hiniBelf into number of houseH, including the some Presbyterian church, are now un- mond attending the annual meeting of -- ompelled the admirathe good will and no vacant the Knights Templar. tion of all with whom his business or so. der construction. There are Mr. F. B. Riley has gone to Louisin contact. Not houses and rent is high. Tho commoncial rotations brought him cottago will rent for IS or ville In tho interest of the Laurel Couneat kind of a State, to which ho oven In his native ty Fair Association. The new directors such distinguished service in both $10 per month. Mr. James Maret, who was depot agent of tho Fair expect to make a success thia war and peace, will his death, which ocfor years and who has for a long time year, promising the beat of any within curred at hia old home at Staunton, be sincerely mourned been a contributor to thia paper, is now its history. more generally or Misa Mary Dud'a school cloaea Frirunning a rock quarry near town and is than in this State of his adoption. making a good thing of it. There la no day. Tho exorcises will be given ThursLouisville Times. cleverer gentleman "on top o' dirt" than day evoning and the children will be New York Herald figures ont Mr. Maret and it is gratifying to his treated to a picnic at Speaks' Mill FriTho that thore are 4,000,000 bicycle ridora in friends to know that bo ia doing so well. day. Misa Duff ia a moat efficient teacbMr. W- - R. Cress, formerly of Rockcas er and tho patrons could do no better tho United States, and that tho 250 reputable manufactories, representing a cap- tle, but now a member of tho Monticol-l- o than to aecure her services next year. Circuit court ia in session with a bar, is at Mt. Vernon taking oil lenses ital of 100,000,000, and oinploying 120,000 people, make 1,000,000 bicycles annually. for a company that haa been operating very light docket. Robt. Jacksou, son of New York City alone haa 200,000 cyclers lu Wayne. There ia no doubt about Geu. Jackson, for the murder of Ed there being oil in the county and it ia to Chestnut, was given 21 years. Jesse Christina Blecb6chmidt, of Lexingyoare, was found dead in tho be hoped that it will be found in paying Huff, for detaining a woman, waa given ton, aged 25 road near Falmouth, with two bullet quantities. Mt. Vernon will boom euro two yeara. Alex Tuttle, for assisting in the murder of Williams, waa given three holea in nor broaat. Developments indi- enough if it ia. f Brodhead people aro looking forward years. The grand jury returned an init is cate that she was murdered and that asecondPearl Bryan case in aomo par to a huge picnic July 4. It baa been the dictment againBt Gov. W. O. Bradley (or custom for several years to have one on failing to furnish the clerk a statement ticulara. picnic in prospect of land owned by the governor in this Shelby-Tlll- e that day, but the The L. A N. waa indicted at having its em- promlsea to surpass all previous efforts. county, aa required by law. on 67 counts for The Brodhead brasa band will make.mu-aiployee work on 8unday. Queen & Orescent Route, dollar excur a number of prominent apeakera will sion Sunday, May 31st. Tickets to Cinbe on hand and nothing will be left unHbhkYou auk Dkmochats. Demo- done that will add to the pleasure of cinnati and return on special trains from cratic State convention at Lexington, those present. all points north of Junction City. All June 3rd. Round trip via the Queon George DeBord, aon of Stanford's the amusements for the summer will be A Orescent Route from all points in clever jailer, ia having success aa teacber open. The zoo, Coney Islsand, The LaKentucky, one fare for round trip June of the Brodhead band and soon that band goon and Chester Park, each offers unlet, 2nd aad 3rd, good till Jane 6tb. Ask will make music second to none in the precedented attractions. Ask steals for agents tor fall particular. W. O. country. Ed Albright, who takes great particulars. G. P. A., GiBclnnati, 0. many-personan I' i i Tri M.jS.ffl MJimffi T7 TTf-TiMTTi- V CrVZTy JL 2a V, - ., ' -- o, IV t : 1 VVc have just what you want in Bright Colors. A Wagon anil implement Paint. Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, Wagons and Plows. V I $ . Ian-ra- Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes- Come in and look through our samples of Paper. New- ft A.l l. ed m. 'V I.' I est and Latest Designs. Wt B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. - . i "wa(&SjFSj V" . - " K . ,.. .J V ..' & V fc&' " - con-llr- tr ' v" '' 'hi. CRAIG & HOOKER, DEALERS IN MISS MIXIC11VA PA UK PIIEU'S. -- While the, above picture does not do justice to the very handsome lady, whose charms it is intended to portray, her friend will readily recognize it as tllat of Miss Minerva Park Phelps, of Madison County, than whom Kentucky has no more elegant and accomplished daughter Shu ih a daughter of Col. and Mrs Tho. Phelps, whoe home near Richmond, known as Dreamy Creek Heights, is noted " for its beauty and hospitality. Miss as her friends know her, is the only single daughter, the other being the wife of Col J W. Caperton, a wealthy farmer and banker, and herself a noted beauty. After graduating at the Madison Female College, Miss Minva went to Wellcsley and also graduated there with high honors She is one of the most entertaining of conversationalits, and her cordiality nntl engaging manners make her a great favorite in the society in which she reigns with charming grace. She is a of Mr Richard Cobb, and is a frequent visitor at his "Castle" and at Mrs. W. M Bright's, her cousin,whcro hho is always the recipient of marked attention. 'Min-vii,grand-daught- i rug's, GherrvlcciAs, Oils, Pai n is, t It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. "" 4 Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. 5f K -- Give us a call and be convinced. ?Pr 1 1 X JAMES FRYE, Of Hustonville, Ky., is offering Great Bargains lines for the next 30 days. in all Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. 1 ': jg I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I Every Thing Goes At Greatly 1 Reduced Prices. rfi Come before it is too late. James Frve, Hustonville. MT. YJJliXOX. ROCKCASTLE CO. spt-ec- m poat-oilic- e Circuit court is in session. Several hundred citizens of the coin ty were in town Monday. The democrata aeem to bo about evenly divided here between Owsley and Foree for Congress. One murder case baa been decidtd bo far. The criminal, n colored man, named Dick Mullins, waa sentenced to aix years imprisonment. Rev. J. M. Walton left for Livingston Saturday accompanied by his teachers and a number of his pupils. He gave them an elegant reception at his residence that evening. Tho parties who are on trial for in thia county caused some mer riment in court Tuesday. Nevertheleea ono baa already been sentenced to nine months in the penitentiary. Tho cornet band rendered some of its loveliest strains before the the court house Monday and also at the Miil-- r Hou90 in honor of the speakers of the day, Hons. Pryor J. Foree and F. F. Bob -ug A Scramble i fiiSil8ba? Mr' to Reach Us 1 And get the choice of Nobby and neat styles of Suits at i$v.ou $10 & $12. SUCH BARGAINS Weie never offered by any House in the State. e. bltt Gov. Bradley arrived on the after noon train Tuesday. Messrs. E. O. Wal ton and J. W. Alcorn were here Monday JudgoT. ',. Morrow and Commonweath'B Attorney Stout are at their posta thia week. Mr. Henry Rice, of Livingston, ia foreman of tho grand jury. Misses Sallie Cook and Alzi Logan Brown have returned from school at Midway. Mrs. Mannie Albright accompanied by Misa Rika Baker baa returned from a visit to Brodhead . Children's Suits, Boys' Suits, Hats, Shirts, Shoes, Etc. tST Satisfaction guaranteed. "iBa J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, TECB GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky; ren-dore- d Low rates to Washington, D. O , for Christian Endeavorera. The Chesapeake and Ohio railway will sell ronnd trip tickets from all stations in Central Ken tucky to Washington, D. C, at one fare for round trip on July 4th to 8tb, good until July 31st if desired. The Ohesa peake and Ohio ia four hours ahortest route to Washington and ia the only line with through train aervice from Lexing ton and vicinity. Two vestibuled trains each way dally. On return trip traina arrive at Lexington at same time of ar rival aa at Cincinnati via other lines, tbua saving a change of traina and three or more hours additional ride. Side trips can be raado to Old Point, Norfolk and the Big Ship Yard at Newport Newa where the battleship "Kentucky" is now building. Write for time table and map of Virginia battle fields. George W. Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. A Georgia editor has this death no tlce: "Poor Jim Brown hnng bis earth ly garments on a limb and swam the riv er yesterday. He didn't stand back because the water was cold, but plunged right in, rose smiling, struck out for the other shore, band over band, where thp angels were waiting for him with a finer suit of clothes than poor Jim ever wore 1b HTSPBI1C STOCK -- Is Now- - CompletB in Every Department. OOT ficw jYliniery beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in and see our stock, Glotfyigv - c, Ladies, Misses' and Children's Pine Shoes in Great Variety. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, ?m: All new goods ior spring and summe wear. Every thing strictly Up-to-dat- "BGD R0(K." Kin-earao- n, I CHARLES WHEELER, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Kzastt X V. a - Hustonville, Ky aataa&5 I bis lift." llaa&& t E iaa&'k''tt. i.ggpB'a-- 'drHsHV It NTERiORjOMflL crats Stanford. Ky., - - .May 20, 1S96 W. P. WALTON. SIX The free silver freakB are determined to do by calumny and abuse that which they can not accomplish by other disreputable means. They charge that Secretary Carlisle advocated freo silver in 187S and in 1S90 voted for a amendment to the Windom bill. The first charge has been exploded,, but he did vote for the Windom bill for reasons and under circumstances that Bhould have won him the lasting gratitude of every democrat and every patriot. It was to retain the support of the free silver republicans and to get their help to defeat the infamous force bill, designed to enslave the South for years. Gorman voted the same way, but no taint of free silver has ever tarnished his gnrments. An indignation meeting was talked of by Gorman's Baltimore constituents, but he told them "I would have voted to make copper the money of the land rather than to have that Force bill passed. It would have ruined the South for yearB. I told Carlisle before he went South to tell his people in Kentucky what I told my people in Maryland. Anybody who had a grain of patriotism would have voted for anything to have defeated such an outrageous measure, which we succeeded with the free silver republicans' help in defeating." Another lie, which is also sent out in an anonymous circular, is that Mrs. Carlise pays taxes on 025,000 worth of property and that that makes Mr. Carlisle a sound money man. This is even more recklessly false than many of the other charges. Neither Mr. Carlisle nor bia wife has more than a decent living, the house they have in Washington never having been fully paid for. But even if all these charges were true it would be no argument for a 50 cent Bilver dollnr. Lot us let well enough alone and not seek to fly to other ills, that must bring ruin and bankruptcy to the country. free-coina- ge is to be hoped that nil good demo- LANCASTER, GARllARD COUNTY. James A. McCarley. Mrs. Margaret King of Burgin, is with hor Bisters, Misses will attend the convention to be Elder J. T. Brown will preech at the Martha and Sallio D. Tillett. M- -. Percy held here Saturday afternoon to appoint Sunday. Barrow, of Cincinnati, is with his uncle, delegates to the Lexington convention, Christian church Itsv. T. H. Campbell will preach at Mr. Thomas which meets next week at Lexington to Elkin, for a visit. Samml the Baptist church next Sunday. B. Harris, of Louisville, is hero visiting eend delegates to the National convenThose desiring choice, cut flowers his brothor, E. L. Harris. Miss Allio tion which will name a candidate for for the uiusicale and contest, call on J. Walker, of Kirksville, is with her couspresident. Let us come together as C.Thompson. ins, Mieses Addio and Bortha Burnside. members of the same great party in a Tandem bicycles have been seen Mrs. Epbraim Brown loft Tuesday for a and conservatism spirit of fairneBS here this week. They aro the first howl visit to her daughter, Mrs. George II. and whether we are for sound money or ed on Lancaster's boulevards. Bruce, at Duuville. Mrs. Maria Pennis-to- n, free silver, let us do everything decently The Methodist ladies will serve reof Owen county, is the guest of her and in order and to best interests of the freshments all day Saturday at tho Ex mother, Mrs. Aunio B. Hopper. I). A democratic party, resolving to abide the change room next to Hemphill & Lo. s Folgor, of Nicholanville, is visiting his decision of the majority and letting the store. cousins, Messrs Ed and Jesse Arnold, judgment of the wholo expressed in par The Leap Year Club at Paint Lick Mr. K. F. Alexander, of Stanford, is a ty counsels be the rulo of action for us hospitable will bo enterUtned at th guest of tho Mason House. Hugh Robp, for We are uncompromisingly all. Fridny night, of Louisville, paid his cousin, Clarence home of Mr. El Walker, sound monoy, but no man is greater than May 21). Hardin, a visit thin week. Miss Alice hia warty and whether it decides in Stato Capt. Win. Herndon entertained tl o Fox Young left Thursday for a lengthy or or National convention as we believe Lancaster Concert Band at his inviting visit to friends aud schoolmates in Old as the free silver men believe, we will be home Tuesday eveniug with ti etraw ber- Virginia. ,T-- i The Louiswiffe Cash Store Is still in the Lend. Tfyese Five fterrjs Arc Drawing crowds of buyers. A nice as- - 5c 41-2e- Yard yd For Dress Ginghams, sortment of color. Printed Lawns. Fast colors. Good Styles. 8 1-- 3c f& German millet Heeil for sale at 1$. K. Wearen'a. events transpired. For yard wide lHcachcd Cotton, Woods & Lynn bought of J. N. Men Miss Frances Collier entertained the efee his lambs at 3c. sells everywhere at Dixie Club at luncheon Monday eveShelled oats and corn wanted. M ning. Miss Collier has proven Bhe has S & J. W. Baughman. uXD decided capability to entertain friends. B. K. Wearen is headquarters for The work on the new Methodist cultivators, corn planters, harrows, Ac. Ladies' Vests Ladies' Corsets Dsatii, which has been riding in the 25c 5c " Hose of the West, church has progressed so rapidly the Lowest prices. Pelts tempests in many parts ioc 5c ' " Shirtwaist sets 25 Umbrellas .........50c wreaked vengeance on St. Louis and vi- members will occupy it for the first time M. S. A J. W. Baughman sold to Mrs. cinity Wednesday evening. The wind is Sunday week and have Sunday-schoo- l Men's Linen Collars ioc Men's Linen Cuffs.... 15c Mary Bowman, of Danville, a rockaway said to have blown 80 miles an hour for there. Cottonadc Pants 45c gelding for $110. kJt4JJwllU.iOMtil VV Our townsman, Dr. W. S. O'Neal, 30 minutes and destruction and ruin " Good, heavy cot. pants 50c, worth 75c. M. F. Dwyer's Cleophas won the were left in its wake. 'East St. Louis has been appointed as a delegate to the Sapphire Btakea at Oakley Tuesday. She SHOES Ladies' black and tan slippers 4SC was nearly obliterated and the loss of National Assembly for Chanties and waa a 1 to 5 favorite. " " 75c, worth $u 'J life is estimated at over 1,000. Loaded Protections at Grand Hapide, Mich., by A Jessamine county mule was sold Mens tan low cut Shoes $1, worth $1.50. excursion boats were overturned in the Gov. Bradley. IS) bands high and last week that was ThelLaucaster Concert Band, whose weighed 1.GC0 pounds. Mississippi and hundreds met death by Men's heavy work shoes oSc. Men's fine shoes oSc. drowning. Buildings blown down caught reputations as musicians is greatly in tho CLOTHING Men's $$ Suit for small amount of S3. 00 One farm in Scott has 100 acres plan57-5fire and added to the horrible situation. asoondancy, will soon add four more per- ted In tobacco. Setters get from $1 60 to S5.00 Bridges were also destroyed and tho loss formers to the list.ithreo to play on clar- $2 a day during the season. $10 $7.5 will reach many millions. The storm ionets and one on the piccolo. " $S Pants J A. Hugnelyhaseold his residence $3.50 The fruit crop m the county is re- and farm of 120 acres in tho suburbs of The clouds began masswas circular ing at 4 o'clock and at 5 a whirling fun- ported in an average condition. The Danville to W. W. Wallace tor f 12,000. Hoys' knee pants suit 75c to S.J. Hoys' knee pants worth nel dipped to the earth and devastation most abundant yield will be peaches and Kansas is counting on a wheat crop 50c for 25 We can save you money on all mdsc. bought and death followed. The L. & N. lost it is stated it will bo more than for many this year of SS.000,000 bushelp, which from us. Give us a trial before buying elsewhere. many cars and locomotives and the oth- years. Tho outlook for apples, pear?, would he the biggest yield in the history er roads suffered almost as badly. The grapes aud berries is not so good. of the State. It was reported Monday that a negro bare recital of the horrors of the night is Mike Dwyer wants to bet fW.000 The reality must have named John Cook had been ehot and that his Handspring will beat August A: URPANSKY & CO., Proprietors, killed by John Walker, near Point Leav-el- Belmont's Hastings in tho Belmont been appalling. Ho was shot, but the wound wss Park Juno 2 T. D. RANEY, Manager. The prohibitionists in convention at not serious and there is no danger of stakes at Morris bought of Tilford Messer Louis Walz Covington after declaring for the abso- death resulting. A negro woman swore Hranch Stores: BtulT at 2Jc and of John M. lute prohibition of the manufacture and out the warrant and it is likely she will some butcher Wk expected some little jackass, with Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Pardstown, Lawrenceburg Hill a lot at 3c. Ho bought of N. W. sale of intoxicating liquora took a crack be indicted (or perjury. no larger idea of democracy than that it Sampson a small bunch of aheep at 2Jc Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, at creation. In fact they demand so many Tho wheat in this county is very means the abuse of the members of the J. B. Peter A Co bought several lots things that they are absolutely "too ted- much improved by tho late abundant Ky., Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, opposing part', would judga us by his of sheen flora different parties at 50c to ious" to mention, even if it was worth rains, as well as the oats and tobacco. and Mauckport, Ind. own little eelf and pick some excuse to 3. They also bought lambs, paying while. The growers have the tobacco plants all cents for tho best. Harrodsburg Say say that we had become a defender of out and hope for a good season from this ings Gov. Bradley's administration, since he POLITJCA L POINTS. time on. The hemp is almost a failure; a appointed us to a little trusteeship of T. L. Carpenter, of the West End, The time for talk is about ended, many farmers find it much injured by sold in Cincinnati h car load of lambs at really we thought reform school, but Now let the sound money men get in tho cut, worm. Mr. W. B. Moss, as well sJctoSJc. Those that brought the latbetter of Green Denham, of the as others, have found Unnecessary to make ter price are said to have been the finest Times. In fact, we thought their work. Gov. Buckner says the 8tate will de- a second sowing. surely that he had intelligence and seen for somo time. To'morrow is Decoration Day and manliness enough to be above cast- clare for Bounu money and his judgment A close estimate of tho crop of promises to be very entertaining. The oranges in Southern California this seaing a low flung slur. But it seems that is usually mighty clear. ATCongressman McCreary is coming Kuights will bo on parade and have a son puts it at 9,000 or 2.700.0CO we were mistaken. Please note once for Beall that we defend no governor who home to take part in the final wrestle in program suitable to the occasion. boxes. This is an increase of about sides other exercises, the democratic against free silver. abuses the pardoning or any other pow bis district boxes over last season. or. We simply published a statement Chairman Harrity, of the National convention will be held in the afternoon John F. Cash sold to Lyon A Alton made by the Louisville Commercial from democratie committee, says sound mon- and that evening the contest, in which 63 lamba at 3Jc and a bunch of hogs at six pretty young ladies will be compet- 2jc. Tho hogs averaged 225 pounds. He the record, as it claimed, and never con- ey will win in the Chicago convention. Cooking, itors for the diamond necklace. Quite a bought of Mra. Alice Cloyd and Mips tradicted, that Gov. Bradley had not And Ranges for 30 days going at less Stoves, Heating, The democratic party will celebrate granted more pardons since he came into its lOOdth anniversary tnis year by de- number of visitorB are expected. Belle Cash a lot of 1,000 pound cattle at than actual cost. Gasoline, e was filled to its ut 3 cents. The office than Buckner and Brown did for feating the Little Napoleon of financial moat capacity Monday to hear the finanthe samo time, yet be and all pardoned failure. J O. Caldwell has sold to Lehman, cial question discussed. Hon. Jerry L. of Balt'more, 232 head of fat cattle at too much. If this be treason, make the The democratic State convention of most of It. Furthermore, we intend to Vermont adopted a platform favoring Sullivan, of Richmond, opened with a $3.00 per hundred. Tho cattle weigh treat Gov. Bradley fairly, reserving our Bound money and indorsing Cleveland lengthy speech of 1 hours for sound between 1,200 and 1,300 pounds and are money. He was followed by Hon. Rob- to go between now and June 1st. SomeGod given privilege to commend him and Carlisle. ert Harding, of Danville, for free silver, thing like $10,000 ia involved in the transand to when we think he deserves it All of the hotels at Lexington are For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in condemn him when his acts appear to receivine orders for rooms daily, and it hia speech lasting 1 hours. Hon. R. C. action. Advocate. Warren, a gold standard champion, made need it, no matter what little D. N Prewitt bought at Lancaster is estimated that there will be about a speech of an hour and Hon. John B. Monday crops of lambs from Tine Cook, democratic edito's may publish in their visitors at the democratic State conThompson also made a lengthy address. George Evans, Joe Robinson and others, thumb papers. vention. Both parties are enthusiastically declar at 4c. to go from 1st to 10th of June. He In the National prohibition conven- ing victory will be theirs. is in trouble at State Senator Clabk shipped a double decker of lambs to Cintion at Pittsburg the free Bilver faction McKee. Mies Tabitba, the pretty Wednesday evening thr-- jubilant cinnati averaging 72 pounds and bought While for Men and Boys we have for daughter of the circuit clerk of elected C. W. Stewart, its candidate youths were driving across the square at 4J to 5c Advocate. That JackBon county, Judge John B. King, permanent chairman. and struck the park fence in their careBeazley Bros, sold to Belden Bros, of her party is as much split on the money ques-tio- lessness. Unjustly blaming the horse charges him with the paternity their atallion, Silver Tip, for f 100. They ae the democrats. child and has sworn out a bastardy writ they gave it a severe cut. It plunged refused $1,000 for him before he went The House by a vote of 1G5 to G9, gainst him. Clark hi a young republibroke into a run and threw two blind. He is by Silver King, who waa for the repeal of the free forward, can and the lady bad borne a good puwd the bill of the men to the ground. It turned oat of the great saddle mare breeder, Wilson tariff law. We have the Narrowest Toe Made on Ccntury.Lasts. reputation. If he took advantage of her alcohol clause of the abruptly to the left and broke toward R Mollio Mountz, dam of Allie G. and sevThe feature of the debate was a partisan youth and innocence he ought to be H. Batson's dry goods store. The rush- eral others that sold for over $1,000 each. Colson opharangue by Mr. Dolliver. made to marry the girl or forced to suping horse, shattered buggy and the reckposed it on the grounds that it was a poport her and the baby handsomely. less youths created Quite a stampede. At San Jose, Cal., a man killed hia litical measure. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. hia brother-in-laseverely cut and wife, his parenta-indaTwo of the men were Senator Lindsay's speech before the he waa red hot a servant girl and a hired man as taken to a doctor's of bruised and were Aftkb pretending that Senate was a strong defense of the finan the result of a family quarrel. fice. to meet the Hon. Joaiab Patterson in de cial policy of President Cleveland and The republican county convention bate, when he heard that gentleman preIn Order To Mr. Carlisle. He reviewed at lengtht be met here Wednesday to appoint deleferred not to give up any of bia time, financial history of the country and demgates to the district convention at Nich Mr. Wat Hardin turned op missing at that the currency is not reLexington, after Mr. Patterson had onstrated olaarille. Quite an effort bad been made sponsible for the business depression of hia rale and agreed to divide time to drum up ;the faithful. The colored broken past few years. with the man who lead Kentucky de- the This from the Louisville Times is brethren had come in on wagons, horseWithout the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell mocracy to defeat. All of which proves back and afoot from distant parts of the fclas too true: Not the least unfortunate at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, county. Everything was lively and at 2 that Wat is a much smarter man than result of the recent legislative dead-loce ..Will tell goods for the., was filled with a be. He knows some people take him to o'clock the but also the new stock, which consists of the latest deis the evolution of Col. Jack Chinn, of seething mass. Gen. Collier, he is well off. when moving, signs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all race horse notoriety, into a political camcounty chairman, rapped for order. : : other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry Tbibz is a peculiar significance in the paign orator. Col. Jack is high author- They wrangled over the selection of a government, but it is a 16 adoption of a resolution by the General ity upon hose goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and chairman for some time, the Davison Federation of Women's Clubs, now in to 1 shot that he doesn't know when the element wanting Bouldin and the Smith made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. session at Loulaville, limiting speeches to war of 1812 began or what it was about. crowd Kelly. The former being the "Remember everything in the house will go at prime three minute. The thing would be in atronger, the Smith ring withdrew and MORE NEWS NOTES. session at Doomsday, if all of the 200 or cost until closed entirely. met in the police court room. So two 300 women gathered there could give her Tiffin, O., baa a man with whiskers sets of delegates wero appointed. Some tongue free course and be glorified. 4 feet long. of the Davison delegates were Capt. Wm. Sam Stone, a carpenter, of Peru, Herndon, Gen. Collier and Dr. MontTnarads are the same everywhere. Ind., fell from the top of a five atory gomery, &c. The 8mith men are J. H. They are there only for the office. Even building and was not even dazed. McMurtry, Wm. Moss, Wright Kelley, Horsos, Blacksmith Tools, Dis in far off Alaska, where the atmosphere &c. The consolidation of the Commertillery Fixtures, ,&c. is enough to keep one cool, they got hot Misses Margaret Bright and Ethyl the collar and fell to fighting in con- cial Gazette and the Tribune is author- Beazley, of Stanford, are guests of Miss I will Mil at public auction, to the hlirhest bid in der, on the distillery piemlies of Hunm & Stringvention, during which the leader of one itatively announced to go into effect Elizabeth Thompson. Mrs. Dr. T. J. er, near Krelger, Lincoln Co., Ky., apoplexy, and June 1. faction was stricken with A Philadelphia man has brought Fayne, of Grab Orchard, ie visiting LanMay 29, 1896, waa carried from the hall dead. suit for $50,000 againat a dentist of that caster friends. Millard Herring, of Louis- At 3 o'clock P. M., Two Horsea, One Copper Is Receiving his Twenty Fermenting Still "Qciniki Jim" McKrmzii, minister to city for palling the wrong tooth, which Utile, is on a visit to his ancle, Dr. H. O. Tubi,and Worm, Apple Mill,and Harness, and Set i Herring, and family. Mrs. Nannie Jones, uiacksmitn 1001s, Wagon escaped the chills and fever by was a sound one. me property ol iiimm A Peru, to satisfy warranto 411 The amendment to the filled cheese of Richmond, Texas, was a visitor this btriDgcr,aud all coat balance due onthe osiBg hia favorite drug, but the small; issued from and 443 Collector's genuine bill for an additional tax of 75 cents a week of Mrs. S. D. Rothwell, of the Lan- office ol the 8th District or Kt,l for taxes on braa-dpox; tripped him up. He has a M. CARTER, Deputy Collector. J. Hudson, of caa sew at Lima, bat his friends will be barrel on beer was defeated in the 8en caster Hotel. Mrs. Clayton sib uouecuoa uutrlct ol Jty. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give him ajCaU. Nashville, i being entertained by Mrs. J Moreland, Ky., May 18, 1896. at by a vote of 27 to 34. it is a mild one. glad to know that found supporting tho candidato and the platform, surrendering no conviction, however, but satisfied that any democrat on any platform is better than the best republican on the best platform ever devised. There is no use for any democrat to tear his shirt or get excited. Let us come together as brothers should and get together and stay together. Printed Jaconets, Dimities aud and Percales in large variety. I2j4c and 15c goods. Figured Challics waists and dresses. suitable for ry supper. was reported last week we would have three wedding one day. The day came and passed but only one of the It J ARMANI) TRADE JTEMS 4 1-- 2c (. 5c Yard jKIE 7jc. TXIEJSIE: 0 Si-0- 5 LOUISVILLE STORE. blood-curdlin- g. l. 1 CWWWiSEiayi T -- car-load- s, 100,-00- 0 -- AT YOUR PRICE. court-hous- W. H. WEAREN & CO. 1,-5- SLIPPERS and SHOES a so-cal- led n Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. At Cost. At Cost For Cash. Close Out Our Stock TO REDUCE STOCK court-hous- Next 60 Days J. K. VanArsdale. FOBSALB. W. P TATE, Stanford. H. G. RUPLEY, On Friday Two-Hor- te THEMEMHANTTAlLOtH y. SPRINCr ANDSIJMMER 5 OEMI-WtEhl- Y (NTF.OTJoUKNiU - - Btanfoiid, Ky., VV. May 29, 18'J6 P. WALTON. to.tiii: ii:sioci:.icv of uxcolx COCXTV Pursuant to the nctinn of the Demo- cratic StHto Ktuuutivu Uommitti'e, rh chairman of thu Lincoln comity oxtcn-tiv- o committee, notice ih jjiveii for thu democrat!! of Lincoln county to aBHemlile in Htatiford, Ky., in nt the court-liouon thu 30th ly of May, rniwa meeting 1S90, at 2 o'clock v. M., aolar time, for the purpoao of chooiln deletes to the State convention, called to meet at Lexington, Ky , at i o clock r. t on tho 3rd day of Jun, next Lincoln county ia entitled to elht IS) delegates to said con K. 0. W'arhkn, ventlon. Oliin'n. Stanford, May 12, 'Wi so Th best itlTt in the worU lot cuti, bru us, Mid, ulcers, lt rheum, fver sores tutttr, ehp- corui anu an iiin ciumuui J cd hands, CMloliini, or no par repulred. It li i nniiiclv cutM nllea. iiufiibiiuu vMf luarantccu 10 give rsfundod. Pnc t cent per bo. For sale br W. 11. McKobiwis.drugniit. 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WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has 'EVERY all WORM Remedies. ldI0TTLE IUMNTEED. mmmmr wv. f tho American pcoplo today Is tho mnintcnanco of tho gold standard, for there is nothing which so cilects tho welfare of the working people, who aro tho bono and sinew of this country, as THE MONEY QUESTION SIMPLIFIED tho preservation of tho purchasing jiow-e- r of their wages. Under tho free instiBY C. 6TUART PATTERSON. tutions of this country tho ballot Iiiih been intrusted to every man, rich or A reduction of Five Proposition That Should He Clearly Ioor, black or white. tho purchiLiing power f wages is a Unilrratnmt by All Aro i:.y of lowering of tho manner of living of What 1'rce Colrmcn Mean. the workiugman. An AjipcHl to Wotkliicmrn. Is it not worso than madness to underTlio followniK is from tho excellent take to degrado tho great muss of voters address of C. Stuart Patterson, didivrrcd to whom Iiilh been iutmstetJL, tho pergrave dutieHVhich the formance at Lehigh university about May I. Mr. Mitlrago of tho and upon whono right imposes, I'ntU'rwm iscliultnian of tlio oxreutivo jierfonnanco depends tho security of evoomuiitttfp of tlio Sound Money Leaguo ery dollar of property and tho safety of ' of Pennsylvania: every individual in this country? That At tho outlet of tho discussion I put lis tho vital run st ion which underlies heforo you certain iroiositioin which, any mero economical or jiecuniary con-- I Wo aro in ho far in they luuy require explanation sideration of this subject. or enforcement, I bhall support by argu- duty lmund to preserve tho higher manhood of tho American workingmau as ment. Tho first proposition Is that, no mat contrasted with that of tho foreign work o policy can succeed whoso tcr how great country may bo, and no iugman. matter how absoluto may bo tho power ' effect will bo to reduce tho froo and in of its government, its laws can huvo no dependent workiugman of this country extra territorinl forco and cannot compel to tho level of tho laborers in silver other countries to sell to its citizeus standard countries. either tho natural or manufactured products of such countries savo upon pay- What Senator Ilutlrr Thlnka He Think. Senator Marion Butler of North Caroment in other commodities or In coin at tho market vuluu of those commodities lina is tho proud possessor of a powerful mind which evolves great gobs of finanor coin. Tho second proposition is that, while cial wisdom. Not satisfied with making a government can, within itH own terri five .speeches a weok in congress and tory, define and declare that which shall grinding out cheap money editorials for oonstituto a. loiriil fonder in satisfaction l i"' weekly Populist pape r, tho Tarheel writes a pieco in Tho Arena of a past contract, It ennnnt by legisla- tion fix tho purchasing value of its won- - ""S1"? whh h cnllrt "wty ,tho . ?J Is ft iua8;, for tho money U a commodity, and Sou,th V.ut" I"r?. trul rK";n und brilliant Populist f Its valuo is determined in tho markets i tho world undrr tho laws of trade. ' uniiipnt and is aboat as clear and i,ni,.wi.nf r,i uv, ti. i,.,.nf vincing as a statement of tho reasons Why tho west wants free grasshop unturr, are stronger and more fur reach pers," or "Why tho north wants free ing than any constitutions or statutes. i Tho third proposition Is that money lunch." According to Senator Butler, "tho has two principal functions, (1) as a medium of exchaiigound ('J) as stand- south wants the ftx-- and unlimited ard of value. As a medium of exchango coinage of silver on equal termsit takes the place of baiter. If a work- ' with gold, as it was before 1873, boingmau has lalsir to sell and wnnt-- to cause this would make twice as much buy food, ho sells his labor for money, money as if gold alouo or silver alono and with tho money he buys food, and wero coined in full logal tender dollars. " to him tho essential quality of the mon- Sinco nobody propohcw to take away tho ey is its purchasing ower. That money legal tender quality of tho 122,000,000 is best to him for which ho will obtain silver dollars already coined this does tho greatest quantity of food, and tho not apply to existing conditions and is Tiiirr!i!L.iiii iiinritimiTi lut therefore no reiason for the south favortviivnr found in that money which will freelv ,K f"'i' "llv"- Besides, tho implication circulate, not only in tho country where that freo coinage would make twico as ho lives, but also all over the world. much money ils we havo under tho gold Tho second function of nmney is to wn'o standard simply is not true. If Senator Butler and his 10 to 1 friends had hail as a standard of value. If a working-matheir way, tho country would at once contracts today to work for u year at a given rate of wages, to lw paid him drop to a silver basis. This would imdaily or weekly during tho year, it is of mediately drivo out of circulation our tho first importance to him that tho ' 025,000,000 in gold, leaving us with money which ho is to receive for his last less than half of tho money wo havo day's work shall havo as much purchas-- 1 now. How would that help tho people ing power as tho money which ho is to in tho south who say they want more money? Perhaps Senator Butler realizes rvcoivo for today s work. iimitrwlt inn j rlmf Tln fnnrtli run ' that silver monometallism, which would no more have two different standards of Inevitably bo tho result of his five .silver our stock of mon-yovalue in one country at one time than Nmeme, would ot So ho goes lnM can havo two different standards of 011 to explain that "if the froo coinage weight or two standards of measure. If any man gotti into tho market, the law of boh m,etaL'(ieftnl8tl,0jrforc1 ut n ratio ra far above ltd boing that a yanl shall bo either 2 or 3 , W feet in length, and buys carets by tho buIllio" y1"0, tiiat " Koltl woal(l U,WV r1wuU11 not muko cuongh money, yard at u fixeil price, thero will be de-livercd to him carpets mcoiuml in yards ? tho outh vrauta mcro legal tender furnish-housof a feet in lengtlu If ho goes to tho ale-- , d?IttnJ m,ldo of something olso tho Bvo",nient; , that V 1 to buy a not of beor, tho standartl f1 b.y wnai mo "someuiing "ol of canacitT under tho law bolmr either a pint or a quart, and ho buys by that else " is to bo. Would it bo nickel, cop standard of measuro at n fixed price, ho per, tin, iron, lead or real Populist will have dpllvuml to him a pint. In BrB"?', ,"w much 'something elso' the samo way if tho standard of valuo of would 1m coined, and at what ratio with mouey be either gold coins or silver nlir silver? And how would tho govern coins worth intrinsically only half of ment know when tho south, or tho cheap their nominal value, 1,1.14 not convertible money bcctiou of its people, had t 50' .ul,d U at par luto gold coins, tho payment will ""luKh" """' "' ". bo made in tho monov of least value. That is u principle of human nature ' Tho "something else" theory of which it is utterly impossiblo to get financo is a samplo of tho rest of Senator Butler's claim that tho farmers of the awuy from. Fotith want 80 cent dollars for their cot It is tho teaching of history that wherever tho attempt has been mado to ton aud com, and that tho southern circulate sido by side coins of full valuo workingmen want to be paid their wages aud coins of 1cm than full valuo tho coin in dollars which will buy only half as of full valuo is hoarded or exjiortcd and much ivs thoso they get now. It may bo tho coin of loss than full valuo becomes truo that n groat many people in the south think they want freo silver at 10 tlm only coin in circulation. The fifth proposition is that of tho t to 1. But it is to be hoped that, deluded two functions of money. Its function us as they are, they havo better reasons for of than those given . by tho , sen ,v Ktmiilfinl .f vnln., f ... t,i,.rii Hmoa .. .............. . ,.....u .., h, ...v,.v... ........ thoir ntor who misrepresents xtortu uarouua. of more importance than its function as n nmlium of exchange, fortlto standard Sawlnu Off the Vt'rons; Limb. of valuo enters into CTury transaction, .1 I present or future, and is of great imr. JljLY portance also as effecting tho owner's valuation of every possible description " n . ii of property, whilo nearly all transactions of exchango can bo, aud ill point of fact are, mado by representative form of money, such as nativt, checks, bank credits and clearing house credits. Freo coinage means, using tho figures offered when tho average market price quoted at tho mint wax 07 cents, that anybody could tako 07 cents worth of silver to thu mint aud obtain therefore tho money of tho Unltrd Stotes to tho amount of 1.29, thereby making on each ounco of silver a profit of 03 cents. Tho wholo agitation ia inspired by Gentlemen who aro the owners of silver bullion worth CI ,4 cents in tho dollar, which they propose to sell to tho government of tho United States for doublo its market valuo. Has not tho government dono enough at your oxpenso for tho owners of silver, and is thero any reason why tho owner of silver should bo better treated than tlio owuer of iron Mexican Dollars) and Japanese Yen. or of form products? Tho Philadelphia Timed says of SenLot mo teat tho honesty of tho propo- ator ButlerVs proposition to moko the sition of tho silver mon. Will they Moxican dollar and Japancso yen full agroo that silver Bhall bo admitted to legal tendor in the United States that freo coinago ut tho mints of tho United "tho proposal to increase the number of States, but that tho silver ihall havo half price dollars only shows that Senno legal tender, and shall pass only by ator Butler and those who agroo with its bullion valuo? Will any silver man him caro very little for publio or priagree to that? Every advocate of tho vate integrity. If the present flood of gold standard asks no more for gold, for debased silver coin is to bo doubled by tho valuo that gold has is its valuo in foreign importation of tho same sort tho markets of tho world, while the somebody in going to be swindled." valuo which the silver dollar today has Tho Philadelphia Telegraph says: "Tho ia tho valuo which tho government of silliness of the wholo busineM is further tho United States gives to it because tho shown by the fact that not ten men in honor and credit of tho United States North Carolina ever heard of a Japaare pledged to tho maintenance of lta nese yen, and very few more of them parity with gold. ever saw or aro ever likely to sea a MexThe Most Important question before ican silver dollar. " FOUNDATION THE GREA CREDITOR CLASS. hiifTer Z.nn by tlm Dollar. Cheap-rmlli- jr PRINCIPLES. Vorhlntuien Will In Mr. Carlislo's instructive speech to tho Chicago workiugnion ho especially directed their attention to the extent to which working men and women in tho United Stutcs aro themselves entitled to bo ranked in tho class ct capitalists and creditors. For tho purpoo of readier wo havo set out in tabular form a statement of depositors and deposits in tho banks of tho country: Number of Amount of l,3W.&S3,O0O 1,500,000 nndtrmt l.(U).'d40 l,T01.0S3,6.'l lanks Of the depositors in tho national banks 1,721.000 had sums less than $1,000 to their credit. Theso figures servo tn show who own tho bulk of tho bank deposits. Now tho whole amount of money of all kinds in circulation in tho United States is as follows: Bnvlnjrs lxnki btutu mi'l private Kntloiml Doiioxttors. 1,875,519 I ,Mo.507.(wO anUi ' Clairette Soap is a wash day nece- 11 Oold Silver nnil Bllvur certtflcnte.1 Hubl(llury silver Greenbacks: National bimk notes 600.0iJ0.0ro 78.OuO.O0O ssityan every day need The means by which a woman can lighten her burden of care A dirt destroyer of the highest merit a time and money saver with the highest reputation 3W.00U.000 215,XW,U)0 tuaii 03-- ar-o- con-.m- 11 that tho depositors in tho savings banks havo more money to thoir credit in thoso institutions than tho amount of all tho gold, silver and paper currency in tho country, besides tho still greater sums held for thorn by the natioual aud state banks, trust companies uud privato bankers. Tho building association owe to their members $500,000,000 Insuranco companies owo a still larger sum. In tho light of tho fact that money is only u measuro of value, what interest can tho workingmen of tho United States havo in cutting down tho measuro so that every dollar of tho immenso amount which tho banks and other institutions owo to them in gold can be paid with silver at tho rato of 50 cents on tho dollar? Philadelphia Record. 0110-ha- Total anil worth In sold It will bo ll.rjJ.OUJ.OuO -- Have you tried Clairette? Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. gi lf THE How Calamity Howllns; Harts. Popular Washer. Try one for 30 Days and if you don't like it don't take it It is an established fact that a perfectly healthy man can bo made to feel symptoms of illness by tho assurance of a number of persons that ho is looking very sick. Tho infiuenco of the imagination on bodily health is admitted by all physicians. It is no lctw certain that tho condition of trade and industry depends largely on tho opinions of manufacturers and other employers of labor as to tho prospects of 0 good demand for their Owners of capital will not product invest in new industries unless they think they will bo successful. When tho business outlook is doubtful, there is no encouragement to enterprise, and trade and production languish. During tho past few years a lot of ofilco socking agitators havo been howling in congress and in calamity newspapers that this great country was on tho vergo of ruin for lack of 50 cent silver dollars. In season and out of season havo they cried "Hard times!" and 'Easiness stagnation l" No matter what tho condition of trodo might be they havo insisted that everything was going to eternal smash unless a free and unlimited coinago law waH udoptqri by congress. They ore Btill keeping up tho racket, aud aro doing thoir lovol best to show that the country is practically tf I Greatest Washer of the Age. Try one and you will never use any other kind. n FARRIS & HARDIN. CLOTHING! CLOTHING If you need a suit of clothes, come ! dw-reas- o u ? -- , f' in and inspect our stock before making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and prices. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $5 to $15.. 1 o Can Not Be Excelled. In Odd Pants we have a oeautilul line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Special inducements to Cash Buyers I P'" bankrupt. I '"T 1' i".' I . " 1 fry, many of which escape thoir natural enemies ami grow to bo marketable food fish. It ia believed that this process of restocking tho rivers is of great service in maintaining tho shod fisheries. When the Populists and silverites get control of tho government, thoy will at once iutroduco a reform which will savo all tho cxenso of propagating tho young shad. Thir will bo dono by simply printing tho words "This is ono shad" on millions of bits of paper, which will Instead of bo thrown luto tho rivers. setting nets, tho shad fishers will then go out in boats and gather up the paper. On presentation ut tho fish commissioner's oftlco each paper will bo rodeemed in ono boneless shad, produced by n Populist genius who has discovered a method of crossing tho ordinary sha with tho hitherto worthless jollyfio . "Fiat fish and no bones" will bo the platform of tho shaditcs in tho year 1000. W. D. Name One. Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows Flat Shad. before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit Tho United States fishery commission the Times. Call and See us. distributes annually millions of shad Car-Loa- d Even though it is known that tho assertions of tho silveritea aro unfounded, their constant preaching of bluo ruin and despair has had tho result of scaring investors and business men generally, and thus bringing about somo of tho evils which it was alleged free silver would cure. It would bo difficult to overestimate tho widespread injury caused by the senseless clamor of tho prophets of gloom who worship tho silver pig. If tho American people who want good times aud permanent prosperity aro wise, thoy will in November bury tho calamity wailers so deep under sound money votes that thoy will never again riso to vex tho country with their doleful strains. Whidden Graham. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. FULL LINE OF Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. B. TSL. WSABEN. THE BLUF. GRASS HERD V Steffi.? Mv Breeders were plpclcil from ino hat h.,u of this famous breed of swine In several dlffirent States. A splendid lot ol pig. of dittorciit age for tale. Bred sos a .e,ialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correipondence solicited. Address RED HOGS. Crab Orchard, Ky. R. H. BRONAUGII, Ohls Is tho market and ours li tho best houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash ; not iu tralg.No traycliDg agents. Snip all your wool aud term produce direct to ., "" " HERNDON-CARTE- R bt WOOL. . WOOL. 110 Third Street, or 813 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, XT. THE The Atlanta Constitution says: "No man can bo a blmetallistor ha 0 any conception of bimetallism who is in favor of measuring all values in Queen &Crescent ROUTE Tho Constitution cannot point to a reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed country in the world which has prac- through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta tical bimetallism that is not on the go.d nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, basis. and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvtlle, Hot Springs It cannot point to a country in tho and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe world which lias the freo and nulimitod and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and coinage of eilvcr that is not on a silver California, basis. It cannot point to a country in the San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and via New Orleans or via Shreveport. world that has tho freo and unlimited Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati coinage of silver that has also a bimetallic currericy. The only countries with every accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor which use both gold and silver as cur- Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa rency aro the gold standard countries. tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and And yet the advocates of the free, un- Chattanooga. limited and Independent coinage of silChAa.W.Zoll, W. C. BInearson, ver call themselves bimetalllsta. v &r. . iimmm Q. P. A.. Cincinnati, 0. W. JWr Agt., Cincinnati. 0. 1 gold." "vi stVl Semi-Week- ly Interior Joum. Cta 60UND MONEY DEFINED. HONESTY THE BEST POLICY. Why VrraMrnt Hayaa In 1878 Vetoed the 8tanda.nl Silver Dollar Coinage) Act. Btanfobd, Kt.. K. C. - May 29, 1896 Walton, Business Manager. Two Farms For Sale. county, Includwell watered, with good improvement!, ing new metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop. This farm it situated in what it pronounced the bett district In Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortab1 residence house. Farm No. a contalnt yo acres in tame locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best Improved farms in the county. Both farms are in fine state of preservation, well watered ond fenced. Cloieto R. R. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 10 In contain Fnn Ne. l the greater191 acreswhichWashington part of It in (ran; Kjr., "BLOOD WILL TELL." Almont ! Edwin Forest. Almont Kimble is a blood bay. with right hind foot white, 16 hands high and "a chip off the old block." Will mako tho season of 1S9C at Mrs. Sarah Hammer's, G miles from Danville and 2 miles east of Parksville, nt SlOfor a living colt, money due when colt comes or the mare is parted with. Grass at 50c per week at owner's risk Also good saddle and road horses for u. l. nruiAiN, rarksvuic. sale. By the noted road horse, Ed Kimble, sire of Grover L':28j, Snakes 2:30, Brown Kimble, sire of Black Cloud 2:19J, and dam of Jim Lawrence, trial two heats 2;20)daui a fine road mare. Ed Kimble, by Almont 33, (sire of Fanny 'Witherspoon 2:16) dam Mary 0., by Imp. The Knight of St George. Almont Forest, by Almont 33,'.dam by ENGLISH HUNTER. Combined bay stallion, 1G hands high; both hind ankles white. Sired by AbdalIiAH Messenger. First dam the William Lusk saddle marc, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's Drcnnon, by Imp. Drennon; 2nd dam by "Highlander. Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, 2:101 I will stand English Hunter the season of 1896 at my stable 3 miles from Shelby City on the Knob Lick and Turnersvillc pike At $8 to Insure A Living Colt. Money due when colt is foaled parted with. or mare I will also stand SAM SMALL Al 15 to Insure a Living Polt. Sam is by one of Lyle's imported jacks and out of Dollie Woods, she by Tully'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 16 hands high, Little jack, little pay but a B. F. POWELL. big mule. ,iK you akkgoing. . WORTHTHE WEST, Louisville NatHVilic R. H. la th line for you, as ill Double Daily Trains connections at Make.'cloie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI TSt all points. rHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THKOUOP For any information erqulrs of Face Vat no Mnst Tie the Same m Its Mercantile Value a million. Tho Iron Ago is tho lending trado jonrnol of tho iron, stool mid hardware industries. It defines, in ita issuo of April 10, sonud and unsound money as follows: Somo rosontment is shown on tho part of believers in silver dollars and other forms of cheap money at tho application of tho term "sound money" to money based upon tho gold standard. But this use of tho term is not a mero bogging of tho question. Thero is reason for it which even nn opponent can understand. Honey whoso vnluo is tho mercantilo valuo of tho metal it is mado of, whoso vnluo is not impaired by tho defacement of its inscription, or even by melting, so long as its quantity and purity remain unchanged, is certainly much sounder than money whoso vnluo depends upon tho ability and tho intention of its issuer. This inakesspocio "sound" money in distinction from paper. But tho economy and convenience of using paper havo been thoroughly established by long ivud wide experience, ami it has been found practicable to mako tho paper, through tho process of redemption, as safe and suro as anything human, so that paper rodeemablo in spocio is not only much sounder than paper not redeemable, whoso volume uml whoso purchasing power aro linblo to bo affected by accident and whim, but it is absolutely sound in tho senso in which tho metal that redeems it is sound. But this docs not explain why tho 6ilver dollar should bo unsound money. This coin is unsound becauso it circulates at its nominal value of gold duo to the limitation in tho supply and tho declared policy of tho government. So long as tho public does not havo to take silver dollars and tho "Sherman" notes are redeemed in gold, nud tho silver certificates aro in strictly limited supply, tho silver dollar and its paper representative can bo kept at par in gold, but tho coin is an instanco of unsound money becauso half ita valuo dermis on tho acts of tho government, whoso ability has been moro than ouco brought in question, and whose disposition would bo changed if tho silver men could get control. Were coinago of silver made free that is, were the restriction on the manufacture of silver dollars removed tho silver dollar would drop from tho value of tho gold dollar to tho valuo of the metal in tho silver dollar. That coin would then bo an instance of sound money, but it would beconio 6uch only uy tno snrinKago 01 nearly f in the money unit, tho mensuro of all values. As tho tendency of this would bo to infiato prices and to impair by tho obligations of contracts of a financial character, to creato tho utmost uncertainty regarding tho fnruro and to dry up tho fertilizing streams of credit, it would throw tho business world into such chaos of which only n slight threat was felt by tho country in 1893, tho effects of which havo not fully passed away. While tho silver dollar, as in Mexico, which circulates at its bullion value comes within tho definition of sound money, tho proposal to Mexicanize our currency is the most unsound proposition imaginable, becauso tho end is worthless, and tho means most destructive, irrespective of tho fact that with the silver dollar circulating nt its bullion vnluo gold would disappear from monetary use and the result would be tremendous contraction. Tho dollar which is wholly or in part "flat" is unsound, but tho "cheap" dollar is even worse, for a radical reduction in the value of tho measure of valuo would mako every man afraid to buy or sell or lend. It is tho deepening and widening realization of these facts which is bringing business men of all parts of the country together in opposition to unsound money, whose valuo depends upon an ephemeral majority in congress. 11 one-halone-half to ponder somo of Hayes' reasons for vetoing tho act (passed over his head) to coin nud make legal tender silver dollars worth, in gold, only 00 or 02 cents. Ho said that "the right to pay duties in silver or in silver certificates for silver deposits will, when they nro issued in sufllcieut umount to circulnte, put nn end to tho receipt of revenue in goltli nuii uius i;uuij;i ,iuu puyjuem CI SUVCr for both tho principal and interest of tho President Hayes believed that our national honor could not bo too jealously guarded. In this ho differed radically from our 10 to 1 statesmen, who aro anxious not only to see our government repudiate of its debts, but to sec f of all debts repudiated. It might bo well for theso hasty statesmen one-half one-hal- public debt." Ho said that nearly J0OO, 000, 000 of the funded debt then outstanding was issued since 1873, "when gold alone was Trying; Fool Experiment. An elephant who had wandered into Stanford, Ky a barnyard carelessly stepped on a hen which was scratching for food for her chickens. Filled with grief at tho result of his misstep the elephant said to tho Only Duect Line Between orphaned' brood, "Never mind, I will bo a mother to you. " Then he geutly Shortest.and quickest between shooed tho chickens iuto a corner and Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, lay down on them. Carlisle, Mayavllle, Oynthlana, The silverites who aro urging tho peoFalmouth and Covington. ple to vote for free coinago candidates Aak (or ticketa via Kentucky Midland. Trains on the ground that until tho experiment run by Central Standard Time. Time Table April 19, 1896. is tried wo cannot be suro that it will not benefit tho country are very much No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. like that misguided elephant They 6 35 Franktort A L 4 05 00 know that their 10 to 1 scheino would " Blkborn ao 7C8 418 " Stamping Oround 7 27 437 drive away all tho gold on which our 148 a 15 Georgetown..!... 7 43 4 jj financial and business interests are C. S. Depot s ao 00 7 50 Air. j 8 30 C based and think that in some way they " Paris s 35 4 to TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. could make cheap silver serve as n suba. m. p. m. p. m. stitute. In this they aro greatly mistaka. in. C lVrt Paris 9 jo 55$ en. Instead of taking tho place of gold - C. a. Depot 10 as 6 35 4 35 Georgetown U 10 40 6 40 silver would havo tho same deadly ef636 3 45 " Stamp's Gro'd 1038 634 7 tj fect ou trade and industry that tho well - HIkiorn . u 16 7 ti 7 33 8 13 meaning elephant had on the chickens Ait Frankfort A... 11 30 7 2$ which it tried to shelter. It is not necSUNDAY TRAINS. essary to kill our present sound currency Lear Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort system in order to prove that a cheap 1 30 a. m. Leave Frankfort 4 23 p. ra. arrive Georgetown money scheme won't work. Somo things 5 11 p. m. Toe Kentucky Midland Railway and connec can bo known without trying fool extions form the shortest and cheapest route to all periments, and that freo coinage is a points South, East, North and West. dangerous fraud is ono of them. For further information apply to their agents. JOBS. MCE. Ajsnt, Ey. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort 1 1 Mor Creditor Than Debtor. Building The Teachers' and Loun asxx'intion of Nw York city has 01 R members. Of this number 76 ore borrowers of funds tliat is, debtors to the others. It this rutio is maintained iu the 0,000 building and loan as!ocintions in this country, having Thou Shalt Havo None Other Gods bat Me. 1,800,000 shareholders, there are about 220,000 debtors to 1,580,000 creditors, or more than seven creditors to ono debtor. Free coinage at 10 to would undoubtedly help tho debtors. It would enable them to settlo their obligations to their fellow members at 60 cents on thodollnr. But ore the 1,600,000 creditors ull bleated bondholders whom it would not bo wrong to legislate out of their property in this way? And are the 220,000 borrowers all poor and depressed by heavy mortgages nt usurious interest? Not much! Tho debtors are usually worth moro tlmn tho creditors. Will tho seven creditors, out of sympathy for the one poor debtor, this year f of his debt? Not vote to cancel if they know on which sida their bread is buttered. Atxurilltr of Double Standard Legislation. The whole free roinngn superstition There isn't a double standard country is a delusion. There are far more credin all tho world, never has boon and itors than debtors, and, strange as it never will bo. Commerce and not luw may appear, tno creditors are compara regulates valuo. And yet we are asked tively poor. to adopt by law what can't bo in fact the double standard at ratio of 10 Hints of Different Feather. to 1 regardless of consequences. Tho When tho free coinage idea shall havo moro an honest investigator thinks crystallized iuto a definite plan of acabout the proposition the less likely is tion, and that plan bo thoroughly unhe to advocato it. Politicians for office derstood, a largo proportion of its advoonly may seek to work their passage at cates will return to their respective para 16 to 1 ratio, bat tho mau who works ties. Those who want a dollar to bo 100 in the shop and on tho farm is pretty apt cents will never hurmonizo with tho to reach tho conclusion that ho is enti- clement that seeks to establish as tho tled to the best money extant. Belton principal currency of tho country a coin Tex.) Journal. with a legal tender valuo of f 1 and purchasing power of 60 cents. Gold Bug. Oobsr raltU In Oar Gold. The bonds of the new republio of Jo the West. Cuba, issued yesterday, ore made pay. Editor This is a poor poem, but I able iu United Stutes gold coin. Thus guess we'll havo to take it Assistant-W- hy? even a republio In tho throes of parturi-tio- u Editor Well, ho works in "tho makes hasto to pay her tiny tribute Bilver moon" throe or four times, and if of faith in tho determination of our wo don't print it he may go around cirpeople to preserve our standard of value culating reports that wo have gono over gainst debasement Philadelphia to tho goldbugs. Puck. 1 one-hal11 Roo-on- l. tho coiu for which tho bonds were sold, and gold nlono was tho coin in which both parties to tho contract understood that tho bonds would bo paid." "Theso bonds," he continues, "entered into tho markets of tho world They were paid for in gold when silver had grently depreciated and when no ono would havo bought them if it had boon understood that they would be paid in silver." Ho believed that, in the judgment of maukind, it would bo an act of bad faith not to guarantee that debts should bo paid in as good money as was legal tender when these debts wero contracted in other words, that tho government should not logalizo the breaking of contracts. "The standard of value," ho said, "should not bo changed without tho consent of both parties to tho National promises should bo kept with unflinching fidelity. Thero is no power to compel a nation to pay its debts. Its credit depends on its honor. Tho nation owes what it has led or allowed its creditors to expect? I cannot approve a bill which in my judgment authorizes tho violation of snered obligations. Tho obligation of tho public faith transcends all questions of profit or public advantage Its unquestionable maintenance is tho dictate as well of tho highest exticdieucy as of the most necessary duty and should ever be carefully guarded by tho executive, by congress and by tho people. " He closed his messago by saying that "it is my linn conviction that if tho country is to be benefited by a silver coinage it can be done only by tho issue of silver dollars of full value, which will defraud no man. A currency worth less thau it purports to be worth will in tho end defraud not only creditors but all who ore engaged in legitimate business, and none moro surely than thor-who aro dependent on their daily labor for their daily bread." pre-existin- g con-trac- t. Hole. in tho Des Moines Leader Boies of Iowa urges tho adoption of free coinage on tho ground that it is tho only wny in which tho Iowa farmers who aro in debt can pay off their indebtedness. In justice to .Mr. Boies, who is an honest, though misguided, advocate of freo silver, it should bo said that ho does not resort to any tf tho humbug about raising the price of silver, or establishing bimetallism, which is the stock in trade of tho rest of tho cheap momy lenders. Ho frankly admits that ho wants a cheaper dollar, saying, "To mo there is no possible source of relief (from the low prices of farm products) except through tho medium of n dollar with less purchasing power." With considerable ingenuity Mr. Boies states his reiLons for favoring free silver. Summed up they are: That largo number cf farmers owe money which they cannot now pay, but if the purchasing power of money were to bo reduced theso debtors could pay off their creditors and become independent That this might t done under freo silver at 10 to 1 is doubtless true. The question remains, Would it lo just and honest? As to the honesty of tho projosition thero can bo no question. It is greatly to bo regretted that some of the Iowa formers are poor and iu debt. But is that any reason why tho government should pass a law making other ieople poor? It is certain that the repudiation of the mortgages on Iowa of farms would ruin thousands whose little savings havo been loaned out by bonks and loan companies, liavo they no rights in the matter? "When did tho poverty of tho farmers or of nny other class Income an excuse for violating the law, "Thou shalt not steal?" For is it anything eNo but stealing, if tho government takes from creditors half of the property they havo loaned and gives it to their debtors? The question as to tho ultimate effect on the farmers themselves of admitting as a principle of legislation the repudiation of just debts need not bo discussed. The American people's senso of honor and fairaiss and their resoct for property rights have not yet disappeared. Sympathy with tho poor ond unfortunate, such tti Mr. Boies expresses iu his letter, is noble and proUuworthy. Perverted sympathy, which seeks to help oue cnst or set of iepons by robbing other people, is immoral oud dangerously near to tho vagaries of an uti balanced mind. Mistaken Sympathy of In a letter published NABOTH 10016. Standard Utile 0. SIHED UY WAITING HAM 1 :- - Record 1S00. lil 7 or S Will ninke the season of IMCO.siro of Latitude 2:1!J and others in the list. dnni TitiH'l Sdamlluss H dniii JesjJc Say re......... by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Ilnmbletonian and sire of F.laino 2:20, the dam of Noilnine,, yearling record 2:!J1 J. Sister to Juuum Howell, Jr., by Hambieloniau 10 sire of Dexter 2:17. by Hurry Clay 15, sire of the dams of St Jullnn.2:ll Hodine2:ll) and 12 more that hnvu produced 2:30 trotters; nNo sire of tho dam'tof Electioneer, sire of e. one-ha- lf ISO in tho 2:110 list, dam...... liy Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclip-Walsinghnm 2100, sire of Xnboth, is one of tho youngest sons of Ueorgo Wilko 510, record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2: la J, (iu'y Wilkes 2:15, Miko Wilkes 2l'l, Wilcox 2:10 and 02 others iu the 2:30 list; oho II producing nous and ,19 producing daughters Notk: - Xaboth is a bnv horse. 10 hand liiili. fnih.il ! j tunc it:.. ...n gree contains the blood of Ilnmbletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot.JJr., nnd Harry Clay. 4 - -- A-t 5 to Insure iiS-r a, XAviELgJiOolt. Mj fine saddle stallion -S- miii nisomtiKcuip present season 01 isw at the low time of K1GHT DOLLAIW to injure a living con. ne is elegantly Hred nnd a sure foul getter. I will alo stand WILLIAM !., TWO GOOD Xotk-Owi- ng one-ha- lf pike. to tho hard times and tho low price of stock. I li.ivfli'trrnt1v tlucetl sen-o- n fee of my norse and jacks and considering their individuality; and breeding, they stand lower than any in tho State. Stable two miles South of Hustonvilh-- , on tho Morelnnd A Carpenter's Static n JACKS AT &7. r. J. K. IIArciHMAN, Hmtonvlllo. k'v Morgan Denmark. BARNES.I No. 21,739. Will make the season of 1MW. at mv ; Morgan Denmark is a bay stnllion, 10 stable miles from Stanford, on the Danville Pike, hands high. He is splendidly bred, as a glance at his edigree will how. Ho will AtS5 to Insure LivingColt. make the present cen.on of ISO'J at our Heina black etaHion, 10 hands Inch, stable on the new Lnncnster pike, 5 miles by O. K Clay, dam by Win, Welch. Will a good block Jack on from Danville, the same terms. Mores traded forfeit the Atl$8 to Insure a Living Colt. season. Caro taken to prevent accident'', but not rc'poii-ilil- c should any occur. Lien rctnined on colts for season money. Mores traded before fact Is ascertain G. A. LACKKY. Stanford, Ky. makes season money due. Morgan Denmnrk was foaled in lM), He in by On Time, son of Stonewall Jack-Ki1st dam Lndv Morgan, by Stonewall Jacks'in. 2d 1I11111 by Yirginiu; 'M dam Jib dam by Transby. by Morgan Denmark is oue of the best bred saddle tallions in Kentucky. Ha good mane and tail and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to see him. Will also stand vd n. EMPEROR No. 27. This splendid jack will be permitted to svrvo mares and Jennets the coming season at my farm near Shelby City at the low price of $G and $10 to Insure Living Colts until season Is paid, ith mare or Jennet forfeits .In- - lotting Buiiinvi; 10 Wiih lien rctnined TWO GOOD MULE JACKS At 6 to Insure. IIAUOHMAN IIKOS, Danville, Ky KmKror Is n Jet blnck with white points, ham's hlirh. Welch 1.160 ll old and Is standaid bred and registered. Call nnd him and his roll, hich ore Inrge and One. v. m-- 1 S. TEVia. FJENCUo one-hal- WALLACE DARE, f Race record 2.2 1, oth heat on By the Great Chester Dare. mile track. 1st dam Daisy by Wallace Denmark. Sired by Ulcni. ltlcnzl was sired by 2d dam by Dick Elmore. Belmont and out of ltlandina, by"Mam-hrin- o 3d dam a line saddle mare. Chief. Pence's dam was by Almont Wallace is a darkbrown, 15 hands Forrest, son of Almont. Second dam by high, foaled in 1892. Has more stylo than G a mini Chief Pence Is a tine individu- any hor-- e in this section. Was successal, standing 10 hands high, dark brown, ful In many rings, loth gnddle and perfectly sound and a horse of great hit year. speed. He has gone miles in 2.12. Will make the season of ISM at my place 3 miles from Stanford on the Hustonvllle piko Full brother to Silver King nnd the great show more, AllIeG. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Uy On Time. 1st dnm Molly Monntz, by Cahbell's Lexington, Ac. MY JACK, LOGAN, King is n light bay with some white Full lo hands' high, b years old and marks, 10 hands high, fonled In 18(K). He hns proved n sure foul getter. lie whs is the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. sired by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of a Above horses will make tho season of good dam. He will stand ISM at my stable miles from Stanford At $7 for Mares and $10 for Jennets, on Hustonville pike, to Insuro a Llvo Colt. At $10 to Insure Living Colts. T. A. COULTKK, Not resjMMisiblo for accidents. Stanford, Ky. JOB B. FARRIS. bar-new- s, ROYAL : KING, GILT EDGE 261. REOIBTK1IKI). EAGLE BIRD. ItaAcally Legislation. 1 C. D. BEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. GKO. B. IJARPEH, Rec'r & Gen.Sup Frankfort Kv , What the Gold Dollar Saya. TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE! lUlJ PILES.' i D OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT A SURE SOU and CERTAIN CURE known for IS yoars as the BEST REMEDY for PILES, JWrtibf IICIAIWC BT ALL BRTJGQIITS, VIS CO.. ST. 10313. protested for nonpayment I never deceived or defrauded. I am worth all I claim. I need no legal tender. I need no redeemer. I owe ull my value to labor. I am tho same whether stamped or not, and whether called ono name or another. I never get indignant except when I am' undervalued. I never get tired except when I am required to keep a lot of poor neighbors up to par. They someAfraid of a Flea HI to. times get too heavy for mo. Then I The Chicago Journal surveys tho silleave and let them down to their own ver of the far western states level. 1 will not stay where I am com- Bid sentiment thut rcniurks "a party willing to pelled to do too much drudgery. D. W. iocrirko New York for Nevada must to McClung in "Money Talks." aightily afraid of a flea bito. " two-liftl- I never fell below par and was never "Supposo a man of grave phiz and character should in distress apply to his neighbor for the loan of 1,000 silver dollars with solemn promise on his honor and truth to repay them in n mouth, and in tho mcantimo tho tender net under oousideratiou should pass into law, and tho borrower, at tho month's end, should tender 1,000 of tho new paper dollars in payment. "I bog leave hero to proposo to every member of tho assembly who voted for that law and to every other man who is a member of this stnto what their sentiments of that action would be, and in what light they would view tho borrower, who tendered the paper dollars i. of tho debt in payment a, of tho silver ones ho received i. e., would Uioy consider him as an upright, honest nuui, or u shameless rascal?" Pclutiah Webster in "Political Essays" Published in 1701. - BY SECOND JEWEL 18. Dam by old Stonewall Jockson. This fancy saddle stallion will make the season of 1890 at our stable mile from Conditions Defore, 1S73. "Tho freo silver Bourbons," says tho Milledgcville, Lincoln county. Ky , on the New York World, "want to 'restore tho Stanford nnd Milledgcville piko. Owing conditions prior to 1873.' Let them be- to the scarcityj.of money, wo will stand gin by increasing tho price of silver from 08 cents an onnco to $ 1.80. Then perhaps tiny will bury out of sight tho 100,000,000 and more of silver dollars coined since 1873. Tho next step would be to seal up the great silver mines that havo more than doubled our current supply of tho whito metal. After all this is done freo coinage ' could do no harm. But the conditions must bo restored before tho country can safely go ahead on tho Bourbon theory." Free Coinage Explained. Coinago ut the ratio of 10 to 1 means simply that tho silver dollar shall weigh 10 times as much as tho gold dollar. It does not moan, as somo suppose, that tho government shall coin 10 silver dollars to every gold dollar. Freo coinngo means that tho mints shall tako tho bullion presented by individuals and coin it into dollars, hand them to tho individual, and ho nnd all others who get them can comel their accepfcuico for debts according to their face value. The amount of silver bullion required to mako a dollar can be bor.ght now for about CO cents. Thk Grkat Show Stallion, Winner of 500 stoke at Lexington, won second money In 500 stake at sailles winner of the aged premium VersweepMakeat Paris, olto winner of nnd other premiums in 18IW, since which time he has been in the stud. Eagle Ilird is a beautiful brown, him with At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. smnll star, stands o over 10 hands, hos a llowingmanennd heavy tail. Eagle Illrd was sired by Kinir FopIp Money due when colt comes or mnre is winner of more than 10 blue ties parted with. Mores grazed or fed ut rea1st by Star Eagle, best son of ll sonable rotes. Not responsible for acci8 Lexington. dents, should any occur. . Gilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, lln.xy '"""""' " inane and toil, 15 hands 3 inches high, was foaled Sept. 0, 1880, nnd Is a perfect Eagle Bird will make the season of 1800 saddle horse. Gilt Edge was showed as a the bhelby City pike at tho extremely low nnd took the sweepstake premprice of ium at Kirksville and(Danvillc nnd in his own ring nt Harrodsburg. Thoso who TEN DOLLARS TC INSURE A LIVINCICOLT want to breed to a good saddle stallion ore Money or cordially invited tojook ut our horse and when livingcosh note will bo required colt is obtained. sec him move. Eagle Bird Is one of the greatest He was sired by Second Jewel, he by horses in Ken ucky.as his r?Cord show in 1893 Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washing- will attest. As a breeder of fine, ton Denmark, colored, high col(3 ,10 JJJU His first dnm Minnie by McDonnld's 4'""' (rr n lfi. Hnlcorn. 2d dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam by Stonewall Jacksun, he by grafter-MaylWashington Denmark, he by Block must bo paid at tho removal of UXarcs his tirtt dam by Crusader, ho by Care will ho taken to prevent accident, 01 Whip, 2d dam qIocky Mountain and escapes, but will not be should any 'occur. MADISON SANDIDGE&SON. moval of mares forfeits th0giVLir re' I WMwulw Millcdgevllle, Ky. Cub-be- i I n Mitt' 'lilt'"'' wSSJWSX " y .,,,, XTni-O-a a a Den-mn- tk, SSSKn'S M 1 T B.P.WOODS. Li" Fkesii Hah nt W. H. Bets, Hrntly's. HiikH, Btanfoud. Ky., - May Danka'. 12!), 189(5 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Ponny'H druj: Htoro whuru prompt nccuratesurvicu is guaranteed. You should tako your prescriptions to and nuisoxAL points. Si'iT 1. H. Tayloii, yeaterday. Mies Hihtik Hilton of Caauy, was ia vUltiiiK hero friends Mias Anna Hkii, ol IIiiBlocvillo, la tho KiK'Bt of tliu MlHrtfrt Cook. MibhClahaMkiibiion ia vleitlnts Mrs. I). P. ArintT In Hiolnnond. Mhh.W. M. Hiihiiit ia viaitint! Mrs. Col. Mil. S. V. Woodson, of St. JoBeph, Mo., Shank. la vlaitiiiR Mias Mibh Hick Stuaiit, o( Crnb Orciiird, la ttiH Riu'st of Mlsa Annio Taylor. Prior. It. L, Hlanton, of at Hrodheiul. J. W. Caperton inMadiaon. 4 fi . N Roofing, team in tho country now. The batteries ing rolativea at Tnrnersville. Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a were Severance and Dunn for tho first Custom bus are kindly requested not to Miss Claude Tomlinson, of Yosomite, full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by Lxinton, ask that goods bo charged or made a tick- ten m nnd Hendricks and DeBord for the who has bpen visiting at Dr. Moore's, selling lor Cash Only I am enabled to make prices apunt a low daB with friumln hrt. lower than have et of niter Monday next, Juno lBt. W. second. Mr. E. W. Smith umpired. loft Thursday for Somerset to viait her ever been offered here. Miwi Mahy Waiiiikn went up to WoodH. Shanks. sister. Misa Jessie Brown has returned stock Wednesday to viMt relativea. Commencement. Dr. William Shelton from Louisville. Mr. Jamea North went Thy J. II. Baiighmau it Co. 'a cooking hands ItOBK, Of HUfltOIl- Mil. AND MHi. J.T. us tho following: Tho Annual to Moreland Sunday to see his best girl. Bcoals. They are best nnd cheapest. ville, woro hero yesterday nhoppIriK. Commencement exercises of Stanford Misses Lillian nnd Florence Tanner took Mb. John Rkiniiaht 1b attendluc the ituminous nut 10c, Cannol nut lie, de- Female College will bo introduced with . a flying trip to Liberty Saturday, accomKnlghtd Templar conclave at Itlchmond. livered at your house. tho anniversary sermon to the students, panied by Messrs. Itoot nnd Shugars. Dit. Oicsiio Kl'hankh, of Padncah, has Mibh Flohe.nceTki'eiikaht Ib tho first which will be preached In the Christian Misses Maggie Campbell and Mary Lyjoiued liia wifo ut Mr. J. W. KubanUs'. to try Mr. A. 0. Sine's patent iron fence church by Rev. F. S. Pollitt, of Frank- ons have bpen visiting tho Misses Rout-e- n Mb. S. 8. Mykuh ha returned from w hich adds much to tho appearance of her fort, Sunday, Juno 7th, At 10.45 a m. The near Hustonville. Uluo Lick SpriiiKB unimproved in health. lot. Tho fence is both ciieap and pretty. annual concert will tako place in Wal ton's Ot'ra House Monday evening Juno Mr. Thomas B. Short died at hia Misb Doixik McltoiiRiiTB went up to Within tho next few few days I shall Sth at 7 H) o'clock. On Tuesday morning home, the Ball, place, Wednesday, after Miss LenB Hichmond yesterday to visit call on you personally for the amount June i ii ntU.30 0 clock will be given a a protracted illness of kidney trouble. Haldwin. liter ' und musical entertaimeut, con Ho was 07 years old and lived until a Mk. D. B. Eiimibton, of Crab Orchard, you owe mo and shall insiat on all actainli'g, nmong other attraciinus, a prize year or so ago at Rowland. His remains Jewcounts The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light wb on Wednesday's train en routo to eler. being settled. Danka, tho content in declamation by members of were laid to rest yesterday in tho GoshLoillHVilll'. The best ot sophomore class, a prize contest in en burying grounds in presence of a and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. Miu William Hick, MIpb Freda Meier The Standard Oil Company, finding tho music by pupils of the mu- lurgo number of sorrow ing friends. Two all and Kmtl Meier went up to Richmond that Stanford doesn't caro for oil when instrumental sic department, n prize contest for excel- children survive him. yesterday. uho has auch good electric lights, has by William Goode, of Mitchellsburg, Mips AnnikCi.kvk Mykiib is at home torn down Its warehouse and given us lence in esonjs written and read members of tho junior tints. The distri- one of tho oldpst and most highly rel')r. Price's school at Nashville, for tho cold shako. froipe bution of prizes us follows. A gold med spected citizens of Boylo county, died the vacation. Satuhiiay is Decoration Day nnd a al, worth f 10, given by Mr. W. P. Walton Kntnrilnvj nftnrnnnn aliaw n 'UIJK ,11nn ......... i.viiiuuii(iiivi;i ft Inn,1. HIJICTBO. Mil. It. S. Maktin and family, of Hrod- e for tho best essay. A gold medal, worth Ho was past 70 years of age and leavo3 a National holiday. Tho banks nnd head, pacsed down to Junction City to Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see will show their patriotism by clos- fit), given by Mr. B. H. Danks for excelwidow nnd family cf grown children. Bpeml several days. ing up, but the rest of us will bo found, lence in music. A gold medal, worth $5, Advocate. Mhb. J. II. McAlihtkk, of .Stanford, given by a friend of tho college for exTho 49th annual conclave of tho Powell. -I- wo fear, hard nt it- at tho old stands. nco Foster, Ih with Mrs. 0. S. ... ii 9 cellence in declamation. Tho art exhib- Grand Commandery, Knights Templais tlchmond Climax. W. H. Wkahkn initio boHa gardener. it will bo held at tho college on Tuesday of Kentucky, opened at Richmond ami Mits. Oattb, Mr. J. P. Davis and He nnd his wife have been luxuriating from to 0 o'clock. The exer- the pretty little city is putting tho big children went to Williamsburg Tuesday on beaua from their own garden for sev- afternoon And Most Durable Stove Made. cises are all public. All friends of the pot in tho little one. to spend a few days. eral days, bia tomatoes are in bloom nnd Tick-etMrs. Charles ComBtock, of Ottawa was hero yes- his potatoes will bo ready for tho table college ate invited to attend them. Lktuikii Owblkv, Kq , of admission to the concert on Mon- Lake, Mich., broke all previous records terday to hrlnK ono of Ijincsster's pret- in a few dayB. day evening 25 cents. All other exercis- by giving birth to seven children, all but ... tiest Rlrls to the train. one of which are living. The reservoir will bo completed to- es free. Misa Jams Felamu ia hack from an morrow, with tho exception of a few finNashville is making i;reat preparaextended visit to friends in Anderson, .V.I TRIM ONI A L MA TTLliS. ishing touches, Mr. J. W. Lyttle, tho tions for tho Tennessee Centennial celeJessamine and Fayette. a very satisfactory W. H. Dyehouse nnd Mies Luella bration to be held June 1 nnd 2. Mil M. S. Hauhiiman went over to contractor, has done and will come out about 1200 ahead Graham eloped from Madison and were Wlhnore Wednesday to look at a Hack- job on tho contract. UucUlln'a Arnica Salvomarried at Harrodsburg. ney l.orpe, but didn't buy. Tht b?u .Ire in the worlJ for cut, bruieti Hkv. A. V. S17.KMORK, a Sir Knight who does not iore, ulccrt. tilt rheum, fetor tores tetter, chapA Paris Thk shirt waist has n valiant champion and all Vln eruptions. Templar, went up to Itlchmond Tuesday in Miaa Klvlra Sydnor Miller. She devotee Binoko is trying to got n divorce from his ped hand,, chilblain,, corn, no pay repuired. You buy, buy the best whether you buy at positively euros piles, or It Is conclave. luarantced to give satisfaction to attend the State money apart of her space in Wednesday's Times wife, the only evidence ho oilers of her refunded. Price pertectper box. Fororsale by of us or some one else. j cents Mk, P Walthii Oaktkii, who has been to tho subject and pulverizea "BAb.' infidelity being that her clothes nlwnys W. 11. McKoborls.druKtfUt. attending the Louisvllln Dental College, Miss Miller can wear tho pretty gar- smell of tobacco. Is at homo for tho vacation. Prof. T. M. Bell, of Mercer, and NEW AUVEKTISKMKNTri. ments to advantage. Bab can't. . Missks Easii Burcii, Mattio Hopper M. Ash, John B. Ash and Mayuie B. You part with your cash be sure ypu get Kimisyille. If tho young lady who Ash will bo married Wodnesdny at the and Florence Htbb returned from the I value received. sent us a letter signed "Subscriber" will home of the two brides' father, Chnrlea University of Nsshvllla yesterday. Mil. Him Haines and daughter, Miss oend us another and sign her namo (not Ash, in Anderson county. I hare in my possession a stray mare, flee bit ten Kray, about 10 years old, lob tail, top cut Florence, of Middleaboro, am viBiting for publication but as an evidence of good At .Madison, Ind., Samuel Wood, off short, branded on leftside. Ownerforecan get faith) we shall bo glad to publish it. Tho agedS0 years, and Adelaide Younger, hei by proving property and payiog for her keeprelatives in tho May wood section. ing and advert! intf. Mibh Kd.va M. Couhth wb one ol tho ono beforo us ia barred because of its IS. were married. You want the newest and best goods, come Wood ia an old sol H K HORTON, Grove, Casey county, Ky. of Clifton Forge, Va., Semi- nnonymousnecs. graduatea to us. dier who draws a big penaion, which nary, whose commencement occurred on Branching Out. Farria it Hardin tho girl wants to fall heir to. tho 2(ith. SALE! Rev. Jacob H. Fagley and Mies Cyn- COMMISSIONER'S a largo Hue ol men's, wo Lawyer W. S Burch 1b carrying the have addedchildren's shoos to their stock men's and thia J. Johnson were married at tho mall to Kingaville now, the contractor, You want goods at the lowest cash prices LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. and later on will open an assorted lino of brid''i home at Highland Wednesday. Sam Joe liurch having gone to Guata clothing. They will aoon bo able to say Mr. Fagley was originally from Indiana, Jennie P. Carpenter, &c., 1'lffs., come to us. Notice of Sale. K"nt mala with John 0. Lynn to locate. II. Ii. Ialton, Ac , Defts.. that their stock includes everything from but now lives near Kingaville. The bride The picture of Annie McKlnney In a darning needle to a second-han- d Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit pulis said to bo yery pretty. Court, at its October Term, 1895, in this case, the yesterday's Louisville Tlmea 1b not of the undenigncd Comr. will, on pit. The wife of Noah Burch, of Scott young lady of that nams, who Uvea here; Looking lor a new Dress, a new Suit or a John Wiutt waa tried before Squira county, was grantod a divorce from him MONDAY, prettlsr than that. 8, 1896, bIio it a great deal W. L. Dawson and a jury Tuesday and and restored to her maiden name with In front ol the forSher-mac new pair of Shoes or any thing in Dry door, In Mm. A.D. Hoot left yesterday They eloped Ky , bting the first day of the LincolnStanford, waa in jail from 1300 alimony and costs. County Texas, to ha prwwnt at the corn adjudged insane. He Court, sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder, Goods, Carpets, Clothing or Shoes, go to Saturday till that day and during tho and were married in January, 1S93, she the following described real property, to wit ; A mencement exercise of tho House Lot, known Deputy being but 15 years of age and Burcb not Tavern situated and the railroad at the Cirpccter House, College, of which a relative is prin- time neither ate nor alept. at station in Stanford, Ky., a'td bounded as follows: On the north by the It. M. Newland, and Jamea A. Beazley 21. cipal. V N. Railroad ; on the south in part by an alley L. Lexington. He has a wife txnween said property and the property of ti. G Mb. Jamrb B. Roiiinoon, of Mlddleabo-ro- , took him to CHURCH CHIMES. Hoclcer, running from Lancast'r street to Depot cirvery destitute street, and in part by the lot ot G. W. Bronaugh; who baa been with hit sick brother, and four children in on tht east inpart bv Lancaster street and in part The Spruce street Baptist church of by Mr. Will I). Robinson, returned home cumstances. the lot of G. W. llronaugh, and on the west by l&Otn anDepot street. Said property will be sold to satis Wednesday, loavlnjr, that gentleman of tho circuit court, which Philadelphia ia celebrating the The docket ly the debt of pltL, Jennie P. Carpenter, for the slowly recovering. begina next Monday, we learn from Jaa. niversary of its organization. sumoffoo, with interest from the toth day of Oct., 1891, until paid ; and the further sum of S400. Ilov. George Gowen, of Lancaa'er. with Mtaa Mary Saunders returned from P. Bailey, clerk, contains 71 Commonfrom the toth day of Oct., iSos, until plaintiff, Dovie A. Carpenter, Mt. Vernon Tueeday, bringing with her wealth, 13 equity appearances, 17 ordi- waa here en route home yesterday. Hia paid; the debt ofwith interest from the 10th day for the turn ol $400, of spent a abort nary appearances, 13S old equity and 82 Burgin meeting just closed had 20 addi- Oct., 1891, until paid; and the lurther sum of 9400. Miaa Llna Konnedy, who with interest from the 10th day nt Oct., 189, until while here before going to ItuBsellville to old ordinary, making 321 casee in all. tions. paid; and the debt of plaintiff, Annie Carpenter.for Samuel Weeks Is wanted in Pendle- the sum of f 400, with interest from the toth daj of visit her sister, Mrs. Samuel Hooker. The only murder case ia that M Frank Oct , 1892, until paid; and the lurther sum of $400. Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Mb. J. B. Owkns hasaeenred the agen- EIHo, who killed young Murphy, moved ton county for shooting at a preacher with interest Irom the lothday ot Oct., 189s, untli the last named amount subject to a credit ol Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock of the Mutual Life Insurance Go. in to this county from Boyle, and the only who had rebuked bim for talking in 141.1501 date Mar. 16, 1845, and a further credit cy of $61. iS reserved tor further litigation. Western Kentucky and Tennessee and divorce petition ia that of Mrs. Matilda church. and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. The said and Lot will be told on Southern Presbyterian General a ciedit of 6, 13 and 18 months, in equal installalleging The will move his family to Memphis next Smith va. Thomas J. Smith bearing Interest fiomdayol tale until paid, Assembly voted to accept the ofler of ments, with approved security required, having week, bo aa to be more convenient to bis abandonment. ltondt . 110,000 made by the city of Fredericks-burg- , the force and effect ot judgments, and payable to territory. tbe Commlssionir. Lien retained. The Stanford Female College MamVa., for the location of the assemMay so. 1896. K. C. WARREN. MimMajorieSiieluy, of Boyle, will Comr. Lincoln Circuit Court. moth Cave excursion will leave here on bly's bom and school at that place. a handsome house party the ntertaln the lltb. A good many have aaid they Rev. A. M. Prewitt, of Colorado Gth of June at her commodioua country Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at will go, but in order that the exact num Springs, will preach at Caldwell church homo, "Arcadia.",, Among the gueeta I Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. be known ao that Mrs. sautiby can ber Sunday morning. Rev. J. P. Halaell, the will be Misses Lanra Spurr, tannic secure tickets for the party, those who inpopular yonng minister who has been Saunders and Daisy Mills, of Winchester. COTTAGE ON AVENUE, tend going will pleaae leave their names pastor of this church for some, time, was Containing 4 Rooms. WHITLEY Stable and Out. Has good Lexington Leader. S. Wella houses and One Acre of Land. Splendid Hath with her at the college or Mr. J. forced to resign on account of bad health. Room. Number ol Kruit Trees on lot. Will be Gov. W. 0. Bradley honored our town sold at puhllc auction at 11 a. m., Monday, JUNE morning. at Mcltoberta' drug store on or before Advocate. with a short visit Wednesday 8, 1896, County Court Day. Terms: Credit of a will be a deof conrt and one next Tuesday, June 2. It months, with 6 per cent, interest from date. The Janoy Wash Institute, He waa at the Mt. Vernon lightful trip and the larger number to go Sale will occur in Iront of in Stan- began to ache. It got worse sold at Llborty Monday by lord, Ky, waa of hie molars the less the average cost. HAHRY RAMSEY, Stanford, Ky, d Commissioner F. P. Combeat, to P. H. and worse and tbero being no dentist he came down on 20 arriving at waa a row and a rumpus at Lan- Taylor, for $1,560.50, to Batisfy judgment there, Tubus BYThe Smith men againBt it in favor of the Baptist College 3:15 a. M. and returned on the first caster Wedneaday. freight. Uia tooth waa lifted ont and he claimed that negroes and whites from at Georgetown. Indications are that the went hia way rejoicing. Jessamine and Lincoln were there in M. E. church will tako charge and manWHEREAS, The merchants and ether business great numbera for Davison and refused age it. men of Stanford have adopted the CASH SYSDr. Illner, formerly presiding elder TEM, we. the Dhsslclans of this community ask AND VICINITY. to the ruling of tho chair toaubmit CITY and in the future, shall be that our backed by auch a crowd. They seceded of thla district, ia not dead aa reported. pain demandtniriy aaysbills, catn, its equivalent or every in teaapoona at Danks'. 8oLiDsilver condi- a note, negotiable and payable in bank, with legal and holding a convention of their own The Carrollton News says: The interest, aud due when services are rendered. inatructed for Smith and reorganized the tion ol Dr. Hiner ia not improved, al- Peisons now owing us for past professional serviCabbiaqb paint. Craig A Hocker. and And Funeral Director. county committee. The other conven- though he ahowa remarkable vitality for ces must acome forward well settle at an early date. as prciottional side to Theie is business as FiBLDfl Saltir was acquitted of the tion endorsed Davison and will be seatof bis age. It is hard to tell wheth- tne practice 01 medicine and surgery which wt one are determined to observe in the future. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, charge ol sodomy. I. F. PEYTON, I. G.CAKPENTER, ed, if hia strength ia aufBclent to secure er he will laat a few dayB or months, bat Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. 6. W. BRONAUGH, STEELE BAILEY, he will ever leave L. B. COOK. W. B. O'BANNON, Naw vegetable of all kinda at all time the preliminary organization, which now it Is not probable that Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e May 18, 1894. bis bed." seems likely. at John H. Meler'a. that We aro having exciting times here ' 1st, lS'Jll, you can buy any- now in regard to tho money question. An excursion party of younglpeoplo M thing in our complete atock at actual Si'RCiAL reduction on clocks of nil kinds were passing through town a few days M wholesale cost. W. If. Wearen it Co. Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, this week. Danka, the jeweler. ago, when they were unceremoniously . Foil "pointers" on tho "money ques- deposited in the roud by the hind wheel BiTUMiNors and cannel nut coal, bottion," call at tho Cash Drug Store. We of their vehicle breaking down. tom price. Try it. Noel it Son. Prof. T. M. Goodknignt made n will save money for you. Craig fc Hock- Side-BoardOak and Ratan Rockers, Mattresses, Springs Goons go for chhIi only on nnd pfter or. speech here in favor of free silver Tues Picture Mouldings, Room Mouldings and in fact every next Monday, Juno 1st. W. H. Shanks. night, much to It ia heat for both buyer and seller to day freu silver men, the satisfaction of thing kept in u First-Clas- s Furniture Store. but tho gold bugs Bkautipul decorated spittoons for 10c do buHiueus on n cash bnsia aud next the thought he ihIIhI to Hiistain his cause. each nt Warren it Shanks' "Model Gro- Monday, June 1st, this will be inauguraMips Mollio Wright is visiting nt H cery." ted nt Shanks'. Junction City Mrs. Dodds and Mrs. M Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Kentucky. H Jaiidinikiikh Htid Flower Pota from fie WniLKlsitting on a lenco whittling the Smith, two of our excellent dress mak to 3 each, at Warren it Shnnka' "Model other day n rail brolco nnd Mr. Charles ers, contemplate moving to Columbia Grocery." C. Withers fell. In his effort to catch he and going into businoeq there, much to stuck his knife several Inches into the the regret of their patrons here. Paint your house with Host Ready calf of his leg. -- Mr John Coulter, of Middleburp, Mixed Paints. Quality fully guaranteed. was here Wednesday, accompanied by W. IJ. Mcltoberta. 20 to 10. The first Bnd second bane-ba- ll his undo. MIfs Mollio Hughes Ih visitteams crossed bnta Wednesday ing relatives at Danville. Walker BaiThe Stanford bnsu ball team will go when tho latter won by a score over to Lancaster Saturday afternoon of 20 to 10. Tho kids are jubilant over ley, who has been working days, will rf- Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices turn to his night onerntim? Mnmlav. Htul wipe up tho earth with tho club of their success and aro ready to play Bny Mrs. James Crow and children are visit- on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal place. Waist Htudn, belts nt at nil prices at Warren ShankB' "Model Grocery." CiiAMiiKReetB m & McKINNUY. ( Until July r BED ROOM SUITS, COUCHES, BOOK CA SES, W. W. WITHERS, m C52:22i:2i;!- m Reduction In Prices ! ... A. G. SINE, Stanford, Ky. The Insurance THERE IS NO DANGER. post-olllc- m The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNET. 1 a - ahop-keep- er When Ly-d- la When Estray ITotioe When When When I JUNE n, Court-Hour- Oarr-Bnr-det- to Severance & Son, PENNY'S DRUB STORE Tavern-Hou- se Penny's Drag Store 35-- 4 1 FOB. SALE G. L. PENNY, Executor. Mid-dlebur- court-hou- se aj-t- UNDERTAKING -- Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. J. in Practical Trimmer, Embalmsr s t kfc -- H ,n...iMt nMirt.lirt.in o NEWS NOTES. OiliI Fellow nnd Free Silver. Tho Souvenir, n paper claiming to be The United States supreme court tho ofllcinl organ of tho groat fraternal has Adjourned until! next October. published Every Tuoedny and Friday -- Oakwood, Mich., rt town of L'OO bulld-inR- order of Odd Fellows, published in n reSemi-Weekly Interior Journa; AT I J. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, B, Is a eandidsie for Ccng'en in this, the Eighth District, subject to th action ol the Democratic Tarty. waa completely wiped out will be charged.-W by a cy- WWbtn not so paid S2.60 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. clone. Six stores were destroyed by firo at Dallas, Tex. Loss $150,000, insurance $100,000. Trains leave Stanford ai 710 a. m., and i and g:oj p. m. in., returning at 4 3 V- m-- 3 P L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ne. 5i No. ej, Trains pa Ho. 1 South No,. Vo.4, Train going North " " " South " -.. . " . ti .313am ,u 04 pm 1 37P m 03 p ni QUEEN & CRESCENT. " j ' s " , 9 " Notr. " ...6.00 a m pm 10 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no fur-nthan Junction City All trains atop there. 8 35 Junction City at follows: ...3.41pm 12.07 pm Ko a North " ...1.00 p m 11.09 am " 4 " 3S "m " 6 ,3,tjam 4 Nos ROYAI P fJfllSi kIIL POWDER Absolutely Pure.1 A cream of tartar baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Gov ernment Report, fill ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00. New York. CARROLL nAlLKV. 0C DRV. BAILED fc DXTCE, KY. Proprietors Tralniiij and Sale Stable STANFORD, First-clas- Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, s roadsters and and prepared lor sale. saddlers bought and sold on commission. Good half .mile track and bett stables in the country. 8 a V. COOK charge paint shop. J. In charge trimming shop. J W McGlNNIS. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., It is thought that the death list re sulting from the storm in Michigan may reach 100. All the window glass factories in tho country, except one, will shut down for an indefinite period At Victoria, B. O., two electric cars plunged through tho Ellice bridge into tho water. The death list will bo upward of 50. At San Francisco, Col. John S. Mps-bsoldier and more the recently consul to iloug Kodc, is lying critically ill. A Cincinnati house received a ship load of straw matting from Japan this week. It took a long train of cars to haul it from New York. Senator Tillman will deliver the oration on the occasion of the laying of tho corner-ston- e of the new college building at Grayson on June 11. Auditor Stone is after the Southern Pacific railroad which received its charter from this State, but has never paid a cent of taxeB to Kentucky. As a result of a family quarrel, a man at Cleveland, O., shot and killed his wife and then committed suicido. At Fort Branch, Ind., it is reported five men were killed and several wounded in a fight between a crowd of drunken circus attaches and a posse of citizens. In a row over a game of base ball at Winelow, Ind., William Thurman struck Thomas Bowers over the head with base ball bat, fracturing bis Bkulland fa' tally injuring him. The troubles of the striking miners of Sullivan county, Ind., appear to be in danger of becoming as bad as in 1S93, when it was necessary to call out the militia to preserve peace. Col. Joseph Seffel, candidato for mayor of Springfield, O., is only 4G inches high and weighs but GO pounds. If elected he will have the distinction of baing the smallest mayor in the world. Tho United States supreme court decided that the sugar bounty law is valid and constitutional and the comptoller must pav the planters the amount due them under the law which aggregates to-da- y. y, cent issue n plea for tho free coinago of silver at 1(1 to 1. Tho principal reason given for at tempting to commit n nonpartisan organization to tho CO cent dollar swindlo was thnt n largo number of member of tho order had been suspended by reaon of their inability to pay thoir dues, and that it was therefore impossible to continue tho payment of relief funds on tho pioent milo of ft!$,fi00,000 per year. This would mean that aged and infirm Odd Fellows, or tho widows and orphans of deceased members, would receivo smaller benefits, nnd to prevent this condition of affairs Tho Souvenir claims that it is necessary to coin moro silver dollars so that members in arrears can get cheap money with which to pay up their dues. If tho editor of Tho Souvenir hud stopped to think before rushing into print, ho would havo seen that his own state ment of the jxyverty and suffering which would follow u reduction in tho benefits paid by tho order was the very be.--t of reasons why this country should not ndopt freo coinage. For nothing is moro certain than that free silver would cut tho purchasing power of tho dollar in two, so that tho siek Odd Fellow, or the widow or orphan vJio now gets benefits of, say, fO per week would, under tho silver standard, get only the equivalent of $3 perwiek. The amounts to be paid ill benefits in each particular cao are fixed by the rules of the order. Does it require any argument to show that if thoo benefits are paid in cheap dollars the pcoplo who get them will loso of their income? Tho order of Odd Fellows has n deservedly high reputation as a great organization working in tho interests of benevolence and fraternity. It can hardly bo possible that it is re;uly to indorse n scheme which means the repudiation of fraternal obligations and tho robbery of tho widows and oqihaiiH intrusted to its care. one-ha- lf JUDGE W. S. PKYOK Is a candidate for Judge of tho Court ot AtipraU for this district, sul'ject to the will of the democracy Stanford, Ky. Office mm in the Owsley 4 orer McKobens' I),uK Store lli.il. I. - ""'"""Si A Spsoial Invitation lsgltrn to all who have accounts with mo that have liren running ncr 6u davs to come in nnd and ettle. W. K Wiljht will run the business for me after April jeth and 1 will be glad for erv one to trade ith him. ' tv ?t3-3--ye on tho I -- asj&visUi Fence See Huff R- V II. l lluflonvlllc, Ky. MONNln, ''keep you Vura.V."V City Ordinance. Matrimonial Agent. Well, I think wc April to, i?y6, indue turm of law, wh in ordinance shall and does talte can arrange something without much lication, as follows, effect Irom and after its pubwo shall have to state lUillculty; but your age. City Taxes Shall be Due on the Applicant Oh! 2S. First Day of March, Matrimonial Agent 'Kr couldn't After the asiisiment, and any person or poroni you knock off a few yours? falling to pay their Unci by 'he ist day of Applicant Oh, I've done that al- therealtrr shall nay n per cent, additional onJune the taxes w) duo ami unpaid, which additional sum ready. Sketch. shall be charged to the Marshal in his to-w- ll a.!. m ' 4. w.izzr.' .iui Dinrri'". wno nii' r . . e yj il" , O A l'K . ni;tni i.r nsre lON.Hlanf.rd. Kr . . e . . .1 - -- . us i.incoin Lounty. lar meeting of the City C The following ordinance was paised at a regu undl of Stanlurd, Ky SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, - Kontuckv. Keaaonable Rates A portion of your patronage Is respectfully solicited it cm. Hrsl Clan Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very The One Object. Sho bought a pretty parasol Ot an entrancing shitdn; Hut dared not tako It In tho sun l'o r fear that It would fade. I'xt-rlmeiit- with the City Council GKO 11 settlement WKA KEN. Clerk. JOHN N MKNKKKK, Mayor. Buggies, Cultivators. It you want a No t Hurry, one worth every dollar you have to pay lor it and one that will be guaranteed to Kive you satisfaction and a tluggy right, go to WnsliltiKton Stax. Como One, Co mo All. And see the new Hals at Mrs Dudderar's Tem New I.egon, new ple ot fashion this week Panamas all the new I'erilan effects in riowers and Kibbons Handsome gixxli but Low Prices Dress making done in Ue latest sttle and on short M I). 1)1 DDt.KAK. notice. MltS. KATK 1)1 DDKKAK. . lly Wujr of Cholllo told me last night that ho thought my face would btop iui angel in its fiight Belle Don't you think you'd letter practice on n clock first, my dear? Philadelphia Record. Nell 33. He will not handle shoddy stun, lln has some laullful Surreys and Phaetons. The Kenuine Malta Cultivators and Plows, the best in uie, as all farmers will tell )ou Oo to see htm and save your money. lluttonville, Ky. S. Carpentor. A (loot! A. Some one ha invented a gun that will kill 100 people in a minute. B. Donner and blitzenl If 1 could only use thatagaiust my competitors. Iric. To Contractors I J. T. JOITES. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Deaa't Illack Diamond Root Paint Estimates furnished for painting Went, Metal and Iron Kooft Satisfaction guaranteed. All roots painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for yeart Dealtrt in bett tit-ter- n Pumps and Ualvanued Iron I'lltere. tit! Texas Sittings. plans el building arc now at the Interior Journal office. Far further tnlnrmation apply to the Iluildlng Committee at Walnut Hat, ky II. I) We are ready to receive bills on the M K. Church South to be built near Walnut Flat Hide will be received until May ist Specifications and MIsa Klderby The Colorado Senator Disagree. 55,000,000. A band of regulators waited upon J. & Russell Maran near Greenup, and after Builder and Dealer in All Kinds coating him with roofing paint pelted of Carriages. Stella Rutledge, him witi stale eggs. Repairing- a Specialty. Work dsne and warrantbis companion, escaped by climbing an ed to give satisfaction. All work done when apple tree. All accounts due when work firomised. Your patronage solicited. go The Paducah embalmer has accepted 1300 in full of his claim for $500 for pre paring the bodies of the quintuplets and : : guaranteed them not to decay in six took it Bullit'ient amount ot morphino to months. The little fellows will be placed kill himself. KENTUCKY. on exhibition. HUSTONVILLE, Brakemen on the Baltimore & Ohio A UKF.AT OPI'tlKTUN'tTN ON IMPROVED KAltMS Offer his services o the people ot West Lin We gie away, absolutely free of cot, for a Full stock of Coffins are now forbidden to help ladieB on and cola and Caicy Counties. time only. The People a Common Sense Medand Caskets always on hand. In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent , temi an ofl trains unless they absolutely require ical Medical Ads iter, by R V Pierce M D, nualinterctt.no commission charged Address 95 D. S. Carpenter, Manager. Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Hotel OKO W DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon Iluildlng, it on account of old age or illness. They and Surgical Institute, a book of i ool large pa Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and furhad gotten to squeeze the girls arms so, CALL ON" Res. prolutely illuttrated, tound in strong paper ther Information, inquire olJ.N. Saunders, Atcovers, to any one sending 11 cents in t torney, Stanford, Ky. that much complaint was made. stamps, to cover cost of mailing, only Over copies ot this complete family Doctor book encampThere will bo a already sold in cloth binding at regular price of ment at Mammoth Cave of the State It 5o. World's Dispensary Medical Association' HulTalo, N Y STANFORD, KY., Guards, beginning July 11. The LouisCents. ville Legion goes to camp first for 10 "Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only ITor Baggage and Key Check, Metal Checks all kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks rey days, followed by the Second and Third Rinfr. Chains. Ac Stamping on Metal and gen- Crab Orchard, - Kontucky. oral repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elmoie's store, regiments in the order named. S6 Utaoford, Ky. Miss Batta Bracht, of Williamstown, Withes to thank lilt Iriends and neighbors for aatuduutof the State College, attempted Ilr a workman of their patronage and rttpectfully asks to bo r mcrabcrcd 10 the future Mr i.raliv.le Hale She was to drown herself in a pond. will be tound ready toecrve you at anv lime A 14 YEARS saved from death by James Messer, a nice line ot Catkets, Collins, Robes, Ac, to te Money .tlUHt Hum- Value. l jin lee from alas on hand railroad man, had observed her pe J F BARKER, Proprietor, Kvcry standard niea-nr- o must hnvo culiar actions. No cause is assigned. the diinen-ui- u - ur quality it ia designed Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f The trial of Walling for the murder to iiie.iMiiv. Other qualities arWater Pipes, PorRates TWO DOLLAHS Por Dav. of Pearl Bryan is in prngrees at Newport. r of eoiwequenee Homember we art the exclusive ageett for the celain Bath Tub3 nnd Nelson, the Ihe yard mut lme length, the bitihel Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Largo Attorneys Lockhart celebrated Rooms. tnd Commodious Sample ..ot havo cajmeity, and tho A Jack-Bo- n lneasme WORKMAN'S!! IP hKCO.VD TO specialty. Halls and otfi.e connected by Electric Bells. same who appeared in the Scott Falls Branch Jellico Goal, 47 I'toropt and polite service to guests. NONE Gilt edye reference In and but prosecution, while niPUMuro I Mtlue must havo value. By case, conduct the thin is not meant valuo m Alto that it will be to the interest of everybody u tho ol the State Ask your Dansllle Col. Washington and Attorney Shepperd Nut Coal local! and tee our clean Doint-tttvalue of air and water, but value in friends about my wotk. STANFORD Prices the very lowest. We pay the cath at the appear for the defendant. which i the only known value ml ocs, therefore arc able to tell at the lowest and see Misses Georgia to litieal eeonomy. talk about T. F. CLARKE. rtrlre. Come nukeircd usashcs.no cinders. (iood Coal FEMALE : COLLEGE. Cassidy, well knownItickett and Birdie any other kind of value All this connec young society lain Kails Ilranchi ctt Kails llrauch Nut uc; In Clemens House Iluildlng, Dansi'le, Ky. STANFORD, KY. dian Mountain Jellico Nut li ctt , North Jellico dies of LaCaygne, Kan., while tiou is only a shallow attempt to evndo Lump tic These prices are for Coal delivered Kor Coal at our houso charges are one cent lets. on the streets of that place, which an inevitable conclusion. It is just as President. WILLIAM SIIELTON, SUN. NOEl. uau been Hooded by ttie rain, were easy and as rational to imagine a yard Btick without length, or a gallon measUS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. drowned by the overturning of their from now on teryts ure without capacity, or a pound weight I will Ice regularly deliver the Stanford Miss Emma L. Martin, I'esiding Teacher in the boat. es my morning Price Siudrllall; that weighs nothing, as a dollar withIn a suit brought at Shelbyville by out value. This jiropeiiy of vi,luo in- 100 Pounds Win Mary Cowen, Principsl ol the Music Deand Over 40c per 100. Law, Attornoy partment; the Citizens' Bank, to recover taxes paid heres in money as stubbornly as tho othAny amonnt between loandioo lbs at Udn. Kiss Hary P. Harris, Principal of the Depart- to the c'Uy under the provision of the er properties iuhoro in other standard - All b ins must positively ue paid the first of each ments ot Art and Elocution. D. Y. .McOltuig in "Money Talks." new constitution, the judge decided that m nth. K HKKMrK Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Second Session Begun Wednes- the bank can not pay, as it contended, House Collections receive especial attention. 83 under the Hewitt law, having been inday, January 22. Qld People. Old people who require medicine to regulate THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, corporated sincn the law was passed. the bowels and kidneys will find the truo remedy For Urms, &c, send for Circular or call 'at the The & case will be appealed. in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not College. and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and an alterative. I acts Kontucky. San Francisco. cane Cairo, III., was vinited by a hurri- only on the stomache and bowels, adding strength Portland. and cloudburst Tuesday morning, and Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu..To the Guaranters giving tone to tne organs, thereby aiding nawork In every particuInsurance Co., of Detroit, Mich., can e lar. ture in the performance of the functions, Prices reasonable Has had 13 years' expe- al Lifeyou all the most favorable plans ot Insur in which 14 lives were lost. The write Hitters Is an excellent appetner and aids dirience. 91 3m ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central ferry boat was blown over gestion. Old people find it just exactly what they Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will need. Price ,......Via The while passengers and crew were shelter- drugstore, joe per bottle at W, II. McKoberts' be glad to have a liberal share of your patronsge. Will be teady to cooler all the favors that can be ed inside from the storm, and 14 persons given by any warenouse. L.iuerai catn auvance. jSVTfti II ISIMISSMISi leiT Two Lives Savod. menta made on consignments, both in the warewere drowned, seven, including the capI will be at Stanford every house and country Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was tain and pilot, escaped by being blown told by her doctors she had consumotion and that court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, prizes or New Line fletweeti Cincinnati, money should address mo at rami l.ick, isy. bottles of Dr. hope for into the river some distance away from there was no Discoveryher, but two cured her and (96m Prompt attention guaranteed. King's New completely )) lOlMSVUtC NtWAtBTaCHICAC0Rr(6 shesayait saved her life. Mr. Tho s. Eggers, 119 the boat. Irom dreadFlorida J. W. IUCGIIMAM. M.S. llACGItMAN. Two tornadoes left death and de- ful cold, St., San Francisco, suffered tticd awithout approaching consumption, Only Dining Car Route From thing else then bought one bottle of struction in their path Monday. The result everyNew Discovery and in two weeka was Solid Trains, Dr. King's first swept oyer Iowa, Kansas and Illi cured. Fie la naturally thankful. It is apch reFast Time, prove the samples, nois. In Iowa the death list will proba- sults of which these are medicine that coughs and PKOHClITORiExcellent Equipment. wooderful eRicacy of this la bly reach half a hundred. A cloudburst colds. Free trial bottles at W. II. McKoberts' Drug Store. Regular sire 50c and It. inaugurated may 24. & added to the horrors of the storm at Mt. Klegant Pullman Vestlbuled THKSrilEDULE, McGregor, Ta. Sleeper of Modern Pattern. Thirty persons per,,.,.... Lve. Cincinnati How to Treat a Wife. 9 00 a. ra. 9 15P.m. For map or any information, address Air. Toledo 3 2j p. m. ished before tbey could be rescued. J S a. in. First, get a wile; second, be patient. You may Arr. Detroit 6 15 a. ra. 5 45 p. m. your great trials and VIIANK J. REID, f K. H D BACON In Michigan several small towns were havedo not therefore, perplexities In home business , Through coachea and parlor cars on day trains - - Kentucky. carry to your cloudy G. P. Agent, but Louisville wiped off the face of the globe and at ur contracted brow. Your wife may have trials, Through coaches, Wagner bleeping Cars Cincin. Chicago. magnitude, may be for natl to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night though Be sur to call for least 100 persons lost their lives. In which, bear. Aof less word, a tender look, hard do trains.service between Cincinnati, Toledo and De- If you need livery give us a call. Nothing oat will kind her to Monoa Route. No chasing from her brow all the clouds Mt. Clemens, the famous wonders turnouts always Paul. ferers from rheumatism, resort for suf- of gloom.in To this we would add Remedy keep thea troit AS GOOD AS OUK NEW YORK LINK, lor rates.Inour will leave our stable. See o Denver. AS t.OOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE, in which is only bottle of Cbambtrlaln'a Cough AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS 'LINlJ. house. It is the host and ia sura to be needed 22 miles from the I will take I can jBLAOKSMITH SHOP. tickets through via "Big Four." know Your sooner or TrrrT70 for cash or la1! trade hides leatherget demolished, Detroit, SO bouses were you reallylater. for her wife wll then protect that Hujyourinformation call on agents or address on tor For full and wish to her j L JJ LjO. Stanford or at my horn In Ottsa-iilcare but toe loss of life, if any is work and satifactory I K. O. MeCORMACK, court day at D. B. MARTIN, health. Pacinc Health JournaL Will guarantee small. Pass. Traffic Mgr. Chas. Knnslm, Tanner. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt, prices. Try our horse shoer. , For tale by Craig & Hocker, HUnlord Ky. 1 J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, T. G. BRADY, 30-da- BARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. Senator Teller of Colorado has declared his intention of leaving the party if tho St. Louis conven tion adopts n platform favorable to tho maintenance of tho gold standnnl. In his opinion it will bo better for all who believe in the sacred 1(5 to 1 to join tho Populists or form a silverite party than to try to secure freo coinago as Republicans or Democrats. Senator Wolcott of the same state does not agree with his colleague. Ho has announced that while he desires the freo coinage of silver ho will abide by tho decision of the national convention, and warns the pcoplo of Colorado against an alliance with tho Populists. "Tho Populist party, "ho says, "favors freo coinage, but only as n stepping Mono to unlimited paper money, and it unites with its freo coinago advocacy socialistic and paternalistic doctrines h im-i- i mi' iiiiiJKiTCHis in wirir tendency, and which would be, if ndopted, destructive of fnv institutions." While the course of Senator Wolcott in pointing out tho dangers of Populism is to be praised, it must bo admitted that Senator Teller's attitudo is more consistent with the silver theories which both senators hold. If the Republican party declare against free roin-agthe Republicans in tho benute should be believers in an honest dollar. Advocates of fieo coinage chutiM unite with the free silver party, so that there would bo no question as to win r they stand. Senator Teller is very mueii nr -taken in supposing that if tho silvi rite of both parties join the Populnts tluy can get a majority of the jiei pie t voto for their e mdulates. Hut he will do less harm as an announced opponent of Republicanism than if he remained in his party whilo lighting agam-- t its principles. e, that women propose? Oldbnch If they don't there arc a great many marriageH I cannot account for. Town Topics. lie if there is anything a. woman n martyr. enjoys it is She And how willing nomc man la to help her enjoy herself that way. Indianapolis Journal. K-In- The llruto, Do you rwilly thlnk i ltd K. K. OAlNkS. J C. TCCKKK, HOt. I CLAW, Committee. A New Dress Ming EstaMiskent. Wllllnc Mm. Having completed my course In the French Tailoring Syslem ol Cutting and Kitting I otlcr my services to St.AsaphCarriage Co., Stanford, Ky. - All kinds of Carriage, Iluggy and Wagon Making and Repairing done. over And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please and made guMl as new A Vehicles workedcharge II Kinlry has I will be found In thereat them with my work el the Minting department and guarantees his of Mrs. Kate Dudderar's Millinery Sure and will werk Ilorte.ShceiNg a specialty anl fur cath onbe glaj to wait on thiae wishing work in my line ly. Accounts due lit of each month I II MLRSHON, .MltS. WM. l.Ke.11, Stanford. 7 tl The Ladlctt of Stanford, All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trect, Mirubt, 'mall Fruits, Asparagus, t.rapo Vines, Ac. No agents liny direct aod save rnuuey catalogues on Mr D. I' Davis, a prominent liveryman and Mrawberr y and general HlLI.KNMr application KK. H. K merchant ol CSothen, a., has this to say on the toTelephone Lexington, Ky J79. subject ot rheumatism "I lake pleasure in rcc ommeading Chamberlain's Pain Halm for rheumatism, at I know from personal experience that it will doaii that It claimed for it A year ago this I Spring my brother was laid up in bed with Inflam. matoiy rheumatism and suffered Intensely The first application of 1'hambcrlain' t Pain Halm eased I am back from the ciliet with everything1 th the pain and the use ot one bottle completely Is new and prcttr in the Millinery line A visit cured him to my store will convince you that this stock Is For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. tht moil complete Klegant line Linens and Embroidery Material M1SSLICC1C IIKAZLKV, Frank Allen, ol Fayette, Mo, on Stanford, Ky hearing that his Hon had heon on a spree quarters than to exchange It for a bottle, ef Cham, bcrlaln'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy, a medicine ever) family should be provided with For sale by Craig .V llocker, Stanford, Ky. For every quarter in a man's pocket there are a doen uses; and to use one in such away astude. rive the greatest benefit is a question eteiy one mutt solve tor himself. We believe, however, that uo better use could be made of one of thvac SPRING, 1800. Blue-Gras- i w J II A. II Cltr.KK. KINLIV s Nurseries. THE RILEY . r. London. 77 HOUSE UIL.KY. - - I'roprlotor, - Kontuoky. I Lave moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared man ever to accommodate the public. t.uuu i.i.fiTiiiicowi sou eve ry convtmeac da sirsd. One me a call. TO THE LADIES rRANK RILEY, dr. w. OcxitlNt, Office on b. PEinrz-- , m - MONEY To LOAN : Stanford, j Ky. llm-ite- ri Lancaster Street, at Residence. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or.STANKORD, KY. one-cen- 1 'Ho,-00- 0 J. 0. McWhorter, VNDERTAKER, Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE - Somerset, - iiinm-jwrtai- it Coal, Coal, Coal. 1 u-- e, r 11 boat-ridin- g XOIUo A-- Attention of the public is invited to the far that thit It the only National Hank in SlanforJ Under the provisions of the National Dank are secured not only by the stock, but bv the ttockholdert' liability capital torYa equal to the stock, so that depositors ol ihit Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. rive sworn statements of thecoaditiou of art made each yearto the United Sutes thebaak govtra-meand its assets are eaamiocd at sUled tims by government agents, thus securing addititon'a and perfect safety 10 depositors. iniMiuiinn. originally established as th Deposit Hank of Jitanti-rdl185I, then lied at the National Hank ol itanfwrd in i6t and again re orgamiedaa the I'irtt National Dank ol bunlord in 1M1, hat had practically an umnter-rupte- d eiiittnceof it )Cart It It better now with facilities for transacting business supplied prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long ana honorable career. Accounts of corporauons fidu. cianet, Crms and individuals respectfully 'solic- Th Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Korcttut Ileid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln, J. H. Colhei, Lincoln; J, W. Hayden, Stanford; S, II. Ilaughuian.l Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; V. A. Trlbble, Stajford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Capital Stock- - 8100,000 ......., 23,700 Surplus nt w. s. bxtuch:, T. J. Stanford, at Kentucky. 8. Hocker, Presldont; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinnev. - Ant P. Hlll.btanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt.JVernon.Kr .... Co Farmers Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of 8urplus, . - stim-lua- te Bricklayer First-Clas- Stonecutter Stanford, s M. W. JOSITSOIT, OF STANFORD, KY., lnowfully;organued and ready for business wltk Wick-lifie-Cbi- ro Klec-tri- $200,000. 20,000. HdDlETMWIBST I I I ' I "Big Four" Toledo and .Detroit. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAI HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same atssUand undat the same maiiagomcnl. . . ur provitlons of its chaiter, depositors are aa ie ucposnors .r '. Bank. it. shareholder, being he d in National laole to the extent of th. amount of Individual!, therein at the par value thereot. in ,Mi,! amount invested n such shares. .w x,omsirxx.xjE M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- ?utlHn"ln'k'h' -- :rind,,v,rdu,Lm,m,tr,or' uu,toe' To those who entrusted their ircu " "ir C" ."?! 5h Mitts'.1 .1' TOCHXCAGO. a UJncoln National "aak o? tender our many thank, an C0,lnUe uarantee for prompt attaia. t0'"ct LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, SALE J J.WUllam.,Mt.YRrno""! . H. Shanks, Stanford; J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, J It 1 first-cla- ss Cub, Stanford; William GoochStanford; f Stanford; . h. .h.nk.,,pS:BiM, flrJ.iB. WM :Prttch,, " Tdlw. o, first-clas- s OwaltMCashier. W. II. Bright,