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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896061201 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 Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. IT IS 7MI7.V0.V. 7ir Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY JUNE jwstosvii.le. 12 190 I NO. 30 1 I' T.W - il -- -- 7i llierylhiny Ih Own . ll'y The following dispatch w8 receivid nl 1 this olllrc: NlCIIOLABVIM.K, JllllU 11, !' M. D.IVlt:t-in- g Andrew Maker, of Mt Vernon, chair in in, and A. A. McKinney, of Stanford, secretary. Considerable wrangling over equities with contested delegations voting. l).ivi8on has majorlly in commit to s selected. A. H Hiirnam addressed convention whilo waiting on committees. Smith will lliclit to tin) end. Haiiiiy McOaiitv Yesterday at Nicholas ville wan the time and place fixed to decide the contest for the republican nomination for Congress between Judge Davison and J. Speed Smith. The instructed vote was For Smith Madison 20, at follows: Spencer 5; Anderson 10; Shelby 15, making a total of 60. For Davison Boyle 11; Lincoln 10; Mercer 11, Jackson 12, H total of otf Contested votes Jeasa-mlti12; Garrard 1ft; Rockcastle .'10; total is contest10. The vote of Anderson H ion organized the convention by There are no llirs on J.iuich Fryi's goods for he has recently put n door In lii Htore and thus keepn them out. There was an immense crowd in attendance on tho dedication exercises at the Middleburg Christian church last Sunday. A goodly number went from this neighborhood. A social was given Monday night at George Cunningham's by Miss F.ddie Cunningham to some of her pchoohintd at Christian Uollegs. Quite a delegation of belles and bhatix went from here. Mr. Chen. Wheeler had the Negro that broke into his storu indicted last week by the grand jury. He found two of the j.irymen who know and identitlud the clothes the darkey wore on that occasion. He has also recovered tho watch es that were taken from his stock by tho Negro. They were found near Cynthi-anwire-scree- f M WALL -- PAPER! WE WILL GIVE- - . yi .'.I BARQAIHS inVALL PAPER To reduce stock. Call and examine samples. a ! 9 ''I : W- - B. M'ROBERTS. Tp 'A YA 4 . a. GOMMENCMENT Prof. Matt Thomson and wife and charming Misa Katherine arrived here last week from North Middletowu, where OF STAMFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. s u co e: ss Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods ;vwwivv 35 351 ed by Davison. In the tight Davison is backed by Gov Bradley and his crowd, while Smith is the representative of the McKinley element. This makes the tight morn inter rating than it would be, if the men were, on their merits, which would count for very little. Bgo o gave a picture, purporting to bo n counterfeit presentment of the "Gray Gelding." which many of his friends thought did not do him justice, so we present thu above to show that wn can make a good likeness when wo have a mind to. A yi ir or two MT VlilTxdx. jforKTASTLKCO. The Presbyterian church will bo dedicated June 23th. The remains of Arthur Herrin, who committed suicide here, were buried at Providence. Tho new cottegH which Mr. S. II, Martin has built in a htndsomu addition to that part of town. Prof Pierce, w ho is well and favorably known s a tench-r- , will have charge of the public school. The prayer meeting has been conducted by thu ladies lately, the men being too busy or tired to attend. The ladies' aid fcooiety met with Mra. Tliey will McWilhama last Thursday have the "sale of old maids" at courthouse this month some tune. excitement was utilised by the rumor that the remain- - of a man named V. K. McUlary hiul been found in Virginia. Many feared it might be Willie McOiarv, who left home recently Prof. J. S. Koppert, who worked bo hard for free silver in the recent convention hero, has chi-- enged any intelligent and reputable, republican of Rockcastle county to debate thu question of free silver at 10 to 1 at Wildie, llrodhead, Livingston and Mt. Vernon. Sunt. Andy Baker held the vxami-natio- n of applicants for teacher's certificates last Friday and Saturday. A largo number of teachers attended. Wo noticed Misses Houk and Gritlin, of Marets-burHiid Misses Georgia and Fannio McFerrin, of Pine Hill, among the uum-bo- r. g, they have been looking after the Interests of their school there which opens the 1st Monday in September. Prof. Thomson tells us that his boarding department, which is limited to 21, will be full and the attendance In other respects will be (juite as large as he wishes this year, lie expected to ship his housefor North hold etlecta and to leave Middletown to take up ids permanent MRidence there. We wish him and his accomplished wife all success. Miss Grace YanArsdale returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Sural) Phillips returned with her for a visit to the family of O. O. VanArsdale. Mra Wnght.of l.omsvi Ih, is visiting the family of Mrs. Susau Wright. Miss Ilulah VanArsdale left Saturday night for a visit to relatives in Nashville. Miss Lena Hudgius, of Mips Anna Rose n visiting Armstrong at Christian College. Mich Douglass, of LebHiion, Is the handsome guest of tlie Mim'a Yowell. Misi Lucy Ahorn is visiting at Oxford, ()., and taking in tho eimtneucement exercises of College there. .Misses Mattle and Cattierine Alcorn, who have beun at sctiool at Oxford, O , the past school year, returned Iiiiiih Wednesday for tho vacation. Paul Trent, of Lawreucehurg, was here last week. Mr. Iuman, of Somer set, was visiting here Saturday and Sunday. Mi-- s Lucy Harper, who has been attending school at Bowling Green, arrived on a visit to Mrs. Nannie Harper Wednesday. F It. Twidwell was in Cincinnati this week. Harry Hooker and Tilden Cook, of Danville, were over visiting friends ami relatives Sunday. Mrs. John Dinwiddle is going around again af ter a long illness due to nurvoua prostration. to-de Low Katls to Kiiiimom), Va. The Oiu'8Hptk(ut Ohio Ky. will sell round trip tickets to Richmond Va , on June 2ftth to 30th, inclusive, at the extremely low rate of one cent per mile (111.20 round trip from Lexington for thu An- property, where the former has resided, Rev. James ilnrdiu, who preached to a large congregation in Kansas, was here recently. The bright smiles of one or our charming girls was one of tho attractions. Mies Ida May Adams entertained a number of her friends last Saturday evening. Miss Amanda Anderson, of Lancaster, was the guest of Mrs. J. V. Nesbitt this week. Miaa Mamio Jones is visiting her sister, Mrs. Woods, at Wildie. Mr. Tom Stewart was in town this week. Mr. George Cook was up from Livingston Tuesday. Mr. Maurice Brown and Mrs. Georgia Rice have returned from a visit to Louisville. Misses Carrie Lair and Sallie Cook visited friends here this week. Rev. James Walton preach-e- d his usual interesting sermons here this month. Mr. II. Keuuedy is visiting iu Rus- Hollville. Rev. McDonald paesed through town Tuesday en route to the mountains to preach. Mr. R. L. Joplin, of Wil-moia in town. Dr. Green's family has moved into the brick hotel. Mrs. Georgia Rico taking possession of his re, nual Reunion of Confederate Veterans. The same low rate will apply from all stations in Central Kentucky. The citizens of R chmoud, Va , are sparing no expense or labor to make the reception of tne Veterans a most cordial one. Tho Chi'Hi; uake & Ohio Main Lino WJUJAMSUMG, WHITLEY CO. pastes through some of thu most uoted Two vtstibuled limited battlefields. Mr. J 0. B.uehain line gone to trains each wav daily. spend the summer in the North. Write for a map of Virginia's battlt-tield- a Tho prospects now are that we will Side trips can be made to Fort- have a big fruit crop and a heavy mass. ress Monroe, Hampton Roads, Norfolk The rains have done considerable Navy Yard and other points of equal damage to hillside land (and the farmers are getting considerably) behind with Drop a line (or any information to their work. Geo. W. Barney, Divieiou P.isd. Agent, The school elections) passed off tolerLexirgOu, Ky. ably quietly in our county and town and few districts in which The Richmond Pautagraph says that in there are but are contests or bad blood exhibited. view of the bail feeling existing between Hev. Julian, of Corbin, will preach tho friends of Capt. J. Speed Smith and Rev. Bt the Christian church Sunday. Judge G. M. Davison it would be good J. N. Preatridgo preached the baccalaupolicy to uominato a compromise man for one of the schools in one acceptable to all Bides and thereby reate nermon Kuoxville Sunday. gain a victory iu November. The feeling Misa Emma KubsbII, of.' Lebanon, engendered in this race between Capt who has been visitiug Mis Auna O'Ma-r- a, Smith and Judge Davison has reached has returned home. llou. O. W. the dangerous point for thu party. In Lester baa returnedto Frankfort after a three counties tlie teoling is bitter, bitter few days at home. Drs.l Adkins and to the extent that the party nominee attending the State Medical Aswould be endangered by the followers of Moss are sociation at Lebanon. the other side. It now looks as if it Some few of our young men havo would bo a part of folly for the Nicholas-vill- o been playing poker with just n littlo convention to nominate either Capt money up to make it interesting, of Smith or Judge Davison. course, they say, with no Unteution of A cyclone has left St. Louis slightly Rambling. The police court, however, disfigured, and now a republican conven- thinks otherwise and is playing a more tion threatens her, but we have confi- interesting game with them this week. dence iu tho "futuro great" city, and are Lieut. Lucien Young, who has been certain that oho will emerge from her on duty at the Navy department at alllictions strengthened and purified. Washington for the last vear, has been Louisville Post. ordered for duty on the new United A new use for horaea has sprung up States Detroit as navigator. in Colorado. They are bought for feed- The Detroit Is one of our handsomest ing the wild animals in the monagerio at and stancheat vessels, and is ordered to the summer gardens near Denver. Fifty China. The detailing of Lieut. Young to head arrived last week from the ranges this important post on the Detroit is a of Northern Colorado. high compliment to his skill and knowlJ. O. Terry, of Highland, tells us edge. All the convicts at the Frankfort pen son that James Skidmore's Willie, died of II ux and was buried at were presented with bouquets by the Flower Mission. the Methodist church Wednesday. man-of-w- ar four-year-old Stanford Female College has closed, th muiy pople from tlie country who had Lower Than Anybody. teachers are taking a much needed rest never heu iireh tit belore were there. and the pupils are euj lying the freedom Elder H .1 PinkHrtiio, of Central Chrisfor which they have longed for many tian Oo'h'ge, petitioned the Throne of ipg; My loss is your gain, and if you want months. The concert Monday night was Grac .iid the following program wmb very largely attended. In fact Walton' Opera House was full of people who 1'iAfto Trio Mu.ler Mi'ch Sentimale 'fri; You bought them before, now is your time. greatly enjoyed the interesting program ' Laura an I.izle lltlm, StclU Kuplcy. Malir.wic After an invocation by Rev. A. V. Size- - a. I'uiio Duel .Hose Wain Luclle Copper 'nd Miss Cowen. more, Miss Annie Darstg-tva piano solo AAr.A-tA. '... I'rue Conlfit In Elocution very creditably and then came a wry 3. Ja:k'i KIikci Kathleen GrinsteaJ. beautiful nuniler, Jean Ingelow'a Song The Old Orchrd Irre Luiie Helm, (item Mountain luttUc-KtUclle Koot. of Seven, in which Misses Arithusa Mr. l!acr Among the Ureiiinakert Ilettlc Mary Rmd, Tevis Carpenter, Cora Wcaten. Jones, Jennie Newland, Stella IJillmi and 4. 1'iaiio Duet Study Dlalelh some wee hltle totH touK parts. I'nfnr-- i Roberta Cath auJ Miss Coweu. Innately tli'i homing apparatus of the' S I'rir Contett in Muilc SomtJ, No 14 Motart curtain gut out of fix just then and mar- I'jtUc Alcorn. Hat tie i'owlcr, Jasie Weareti. red eonnidnihly tlie ami ellect. b Vocal Duet A Niht tn Veice Aroiti DEALERS IN. Piano solos were given by Misies P.ittie Ade4 Saulty, Octavla Suemorc, Pattie Alcorn, Kmylene Alcorn, Huttte Fowler, Janie Wearen U"Lls, Pa-Lnx- s, i3 and each received liberal appltuie. The 7. Keali .The Vnh ot the CjcIai...MM. Mattle Mene.ee. 27 little D.indelions did their "motion 3. 1'iano Duel ....Schubuit March Painters' Supplies and Drujrgists' Sundries. song' splendidly, but the most amusing Ktta llelle Cloyil and Min Cowen. thing on tlie program whb the 'K1 Solo 9 Mary Couen. Mi Geography school taught by Mis Pattie It 10. Awarding of MednU Alcorn, who, with tier clees, was in very Thejudg'n in the elocution contest ancient and fantsstic costume. The Kas- Give us a call and be convinced. Flora Billon, Ethyl Beaz-gir- Jf-tern Temple drill tiy nearly a score ol were in white was wry artistically ron-- , ley and Mr. II. II. Danks and they readi- dered and the eight little girls in the ly decided iu favor of Mi?s Grinstead, ' (ioodnigl't Drill were as cute and sweet as who whs the favorite. The prize was could he as they marched about robed for given by an unnnmed friend of the colbed and carrying tallow candles. The lege. The pri.i in music, a f 10 medal gem of the evening, of course, was a song given by Mr. II H. Danks, was nwarded by Miss Mary Cowen, who looked unus- to Mies Janie Wearen by a commute composed of Mrs. L. B. Cook, Miss Au.ie ually pretty in white and sang as alio "Waiting" was Ballou antl Mrs. G. L. Pennv. Mita Mi"" does -- beautifully tlie selection, Miss Alice Holmes fur- -' ('owen's selection was "Tell Me Beaut) niching the piano accompaniment and Maidon" antl she again electrified nMr. B. II. Dank a violin obligato. In hearers. President Win. selion 'en response to a hearty encore she gave erpd the medals and closed the exerciser! "Sweet Vale of Chamouni" as incompar-- 1 with an appropriate speech and at 1 l:oii bargiins rs we are giving this week. To see such valurs ably. To her, Mtb. Nannie Saufley and the seeeiou had paesed into o memory. ' Under Dr. Shelton'a charge the college Miss Mary Harris, the art and elocution teacher, is duo the credit of the aucceee-- 1 has had a prosperous year, the matricu ful entertainment, which must have iBtions being larger than for several ' many weary moments to have siona. Patrons are well satisfied with his drilled the pupils to do their parts eo conduct of the school and his excellent skillfully, and they were the recipients faculty and tho attendance next session, which begins Sept. 7th, will, we are sure, of much praise. There being no graduates this year, the be greater than ever, 13est suit ever offered for $7.50, S io and S12, worth much more On Mrs. Saulley's return from d closing exercises Tue.s lay morning con-- 1 of vocal and instrumental muic moth Cave, Dr. Shelton will join his wife and can not be equalled in the State. and elocution. The innovation of the at Nashville, but wo are glad to know-daexercifes was n decided improve- - Mrs. SauiNy will spend her vacation ment on tho night performance and here. , My Stock Must Be Reduced. ren-derei- ': I H GOODS CHEAPER THA1T EVER lij JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. A." frtA-!X.'-A- 1 er, tlc -- K-k j CR7SIG ru:: & HOCKER GKsTrL"Lccls, old-tim- e ' t Pays to Dsal with a Gasii House. i Mit-sf- ls K kkkirkc-Yf k jb I m 0,1 Something ,p n-d - --- Unusual ses-tak- en ' j Don't Miss the Chance of a Life Time- And can save you money. Mam-slate- i I We are Manufacturers of Clothing TZECZE 11RODIIEAD, ROCKCASTLE CO. be-g- Work on tho M.C. church will 'n at an early date. Th Brodhead Cornet Band will furnish music for the Conway people Saturday. A first class school teacher would do well to nddrees or call on the trustees of this place. Frith & Bro. are having their hotel and store building painted, which adds much to the looks of our town. W. A. Carson is doing the work. Mr. Leo McCargo and Misg Susie Hutchinson were married at the bride's home Juno ith. Mr. McCargo is deputy sheriff of Laurel county and a clever gentleman. Miss Susie is the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hutch-inBoof this place. J. H. Dunn paid Stanford a flying visit last week. Miss Bettie Henderson is visiting relatives this place. W. E. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, was in our town last week looking after his interests in the Holler Mill Co. E. E. Protheroe and family, after a weekB eojourn on tho banks of Rockcastle river returned home Saturday, they report a good time. n, GLOBE, Danville, Ky. J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, HTSPBIHCrSTOC -- Is Now- - Gomplete in. Every Department. flew jYlillirjery Mcautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in and see our stock. Glotfyirjg- - Brownsville, Ky., woman has just made herself famous by becoming the mother of twin boys, solidly united, with two heads, four feet and three arms. The bodies are joined from shoulder to hip, and the hands of one resemble the claws of a bird. The late Siamese twins are laid away in tho shade. William Mobley dropped dead in Washington Tuesday. He was a bright Kentuckian and a popular gentlemen having many friends in that city, where he has resided ever since 18S5. He was at one time mayor of Uarrodsburg and is well and favorably kuown throughout the State. Frank Mayo, the veteran actor, is dead. A All new goods lor spring wear. Every thing strictly and Up-to-date. summe PKI(G$: "BGD K0(K." 1 P Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine I Shoes in Great Variety. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, CHARLES WHEELER The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, - Hustonville, Ky I 1 I .V-- . jAJJ JM- - .. XX w.. A- - . ,Y. -- ." UU ' &hTl wmmqmm -- JUrsr.T-rrr: ini ii MMMMJliMtv. v n frMI-WEFRLY INTERIOR jQUSNttl a 'j i4 N fectively. At Lexington ho was decid12, 1S96 Reform for Boys and Girls was held by wholesale cost. W. H. Wearen & Co. order ot Gov. Bradley through Mrs. Nol-li- e edly Bn unknown quantity, while several This is Thikvks ConBtable J. G. Clem, of Garrard Cheatham, at 1503 W. Chest- 11th hour fellows got plums. baao ingratitude. Climax. Boyle, arrested and brought to jail hero P. WALTON. W. nut, Louisville, Wednesday afternoon. All At the republican convention Wed- yesterday Harry Gilprn and Richard of the members were present, ns follows: OI" NKW GOODS nesday at Lawrencehurg the Smith men Bailey, white nun, charged with stealMrs. Lungford 1 Yandell and Mrs. Nelwon by n vote oi 107 to IN, aud sent 10 ing buggy from Wolford San lie Garrard Cheatham, Louisville; Mrs. We have never been able to offer such values as will be Sophia Charles, Lexington; I). II. How- delegates to the convention at Nicholas-vill- dtdgo in this county. This niakeB 10 instructed to vote for Smith- The prisoners in jail hero. seen on our counter this week, bought recently at the loward and B. F. Conway, Lebanon, aud Tiik aensation promised from Frank- W. V. Walton, Stanford. Tho organiza- Davicon men bolted and held a separate est cash prices for the purpose of opening the Summer In another column the announcement fort icl not materialize. Gov. Bradley tion of the board being first in order, convention, when they were made to of tho West season. Our customers will be pleased and astonished denies that ho got a letter from Gov. Mc- Mrs. Cheatham was elected president, take tho medicine they had been giving. of Mr. Kminett McCortuack, End, (or ns'Mnr will he found. A tried at the low prices on high class goods. Look over our Kinley lftBtyear which had a Bilver lean- W. l Walton, secretary, and D. U, and true democrat and a gentleman in ing; that he had nothing to do with the Howard, treasurer. list and check off what you need. MORE NEWS NOTES. Committees were over eeuse of the word, Mr. McCor-mac- k crowd; that he has not at- appointed for various purposes and Mr. Frankfort is Hooded with counter- will he a hard man to beat for the tempted to make terms with McKinley Walton was directed to mako it known feit Bilver dollars. office he seeks, lie is eminently qualior bis manager?; that hu is not a candi- through the press that the board is ready Jack Vail was thrown from his fied to fid the office. date for and would not to receive propositions for donations of We have a full line of summer dress goods, laces and mount and killed in a race at Kansas have a cabinet position. He did write sites, &c, for the institutions from cities Mr. L. M. Lablky tells us U:at he has I Iamburgs that we arc offering at specially low prices. Kx-tr- a City. to McKinley opposing any atraddle of and towns desiring to secure their locaSecn-tarEd Hopper mid Roger W. O'Conner, a prominent been invited by gocd quality of dress ginghams 5c, worth 7ljC, inditho money question, saying that it would tion. There being a diiFeronce of opin- citizen of o( that others to hold a meeting at Milulnl dti'Paris, and twice mayor be better for the honor of the party to ion as to whether the institutions shall city, ia go blue cottonade 10c yard; ladies' vests 5c; ladies' hose ingthu next meeting of the I.Rtotiiu race dead. lose a State or two, or (he election even, bo built in the same town or not, Mrs. Mr. Lastley wkr a familiar figure 5c; ladies' parasols only 50c; all colors in carpet chain of Huber's station, course. Hardy Huber, than to win at the expense of the Nation- Cheatham was appointed to confer with was drowned while swimming in Salt on the Lato'ia track for years and his cheap; table oil cloth only 15c per yard; unbleached table al welfare. He is for the gold standard the attorney general as to his construcmany friends among the horsemen are river, near Shepherdaville. linen only 35c yard; floor oil cloth 20c yard; lace curtains and against the free coinage of silver. It tion of the act aud Mr. Howard was delto hear him preach. He will ac One result of tho recent cyclones in anxious is Intimated that the governor has a card egated to see the auditor as to the probacept the invitation aud conduct a short unpriced-nte50c per pair. the West iH an almost up his sleeve, which he will play at the bility of disbursing Borne of the appromeeting there glass. demand for window CARPETS AND MATTINGS. If you want a carpet proper time, but it is doubtful whether priation soon. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart.who A shotgun quarantine has been inSOMEWHAT LOCAL. or matting you can save money by giving us a call. Look be has such desire, even if he has the owns the old Kentucky Military Insti- stituted agiinst Stevenson, Ala, where at our line before buying. card. James Frazer, a:ed Ot, died in Putute, presented its advantages through small pox baa broken out. made a careful esti laski. The asseeaor has CLOTHING. Our clothing department is overflowing Until they found that the appellate letter and oflered to sell it for Dr. O. T. Azhill, of Modieon, was district had gone 200 republican in the Prof A. N. Gordon appeared in person mate of the loss by tho cyclone at St. with bargains. Come early and get picking choice from killed by falling from his horse while regubernatorial race, lawyers of that party and after detailing the excellencies of his Louis and fixes it at i'Jo.OOO.OOO. one of the largest stocks ever shown in Stanford. turning from church. son of Johu J. A vied with democratic lawyers in sound- school property near Lexington for tho Vauco Moore Gowdy, of Camphells-villof Tiffiu. O . ate ttie heads of 3 SHOES, SLIPPERS We are headquarters for ladies' ing the praises of Judge Fryor and say reformatory, offered to take 20,000 for won the first prize and Ward Good-loing that his retirement would be a pub it. The meeting then adjourned to meet matches and died in a few hours. misses', children's, men's and boys' fine and coarse shoes. of Danville, the second prize in the Frank Harris, of Parkersburg, W. lie calamity. Now they aro changing at tho same time and place July 7th. One lot ladies' slippers 50c; one lot ladies' slippers 75c; The writer found the members, all of Va , suicided when he heard that his annual gold medal oratorical contest betheir tunes and are preparing for a camtween the two eocieties of Centre Colone lot ladies' slippers $1; one lot ladies' shoes Si; one whom were strangers to him, to be most best girl had eloped with another. paign of abuse and villification. They lot boys' shoes $1; boys' tan shoes $1.25; men's fine lace Keck, tho Cincinnati din lege. people believe that pleasant and agreeable. Tho president Herman can't make decent A dispatch from Harrodsburg sajs Judge Pryor is anything but a forcible, was Miss Nellie Garrard, daughter of the mond importer, was sentenced to one shoes 1; one lot men's fine Congress shoes 1.25 and that H. D. Prewitt wns arrested there anu a cousin of Miss year's imprisonment for smuggling. clear and upright judge and they will see late State treasurer We have a full line of men's coarse shoes t $1.50. and lodged in the Danville juil. He la as he eminently de Emma Garrard, now Mrs. Ford, who atthat he is A bridal couple at Columbia, S. C , charged with committing a criminal and 1.25. tended school hero and who counts her blew out serves to be. The ambition of Messrs. the gas. They were barely on Mrs Btigg, wholive-ithe edge Don't let this chance go by, but come and get the barHerndon, Burnam and others to succeed friends by legions. She is a strikingly alive when the room was broken into. of Boyle county. him is commendable, but it overleaps handsome woman und as bright as she is gains we arc offering. wo At Selma, Ala., a GVyear-ol- d The Ormnml Heatty Senior Prize for itself and they will have to bide a wee. beautiful. M s. Yandell, though past man was fatally burned by going to sleep scholarship in Centrt- - College, deporttheyeaisof youthfulness, is still a fine Mbssbs. Evans and Owsley, the two looking lady, with a sweet fare aud a with a lighted cigarette in her mouth. ment and punctuality, was won by WalBowling Green lawyers, who attempted most sympathetic heart. She has devoThe veterans of the Mexican war are lace Brown. The prize is tho annual into stem the free silver tide in Warren ted much of her time to the relief of the meeting with a cordial welcome at Lex- terest of f 1,000. The Henry Barrett A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietois, county, with the Sunday Journal, have unfortunate and her new position will ington, where they ate holding their an- Boyle Sophomore Latin Prize for the wss won hv Tyl er A thrown up tho sponge since the silver give her further scope. Mrs. Charles, nual reunion. T. D. RANEY, Manager. best Latin Mrs. Mary Hutlmann, a wealthy linker, of Columbia. cyclone swept Kentucky and sold thei. one of the originators of the bill, and to Branch Stores: paper to Ben Watt and Nesbitt Roches- whom the credit of its passage is largely widow, was burned to death at Boswell, Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrencehurg ter. Their short newspaper career was due, is an excellent lady and will put her Ind . as tho result of the explosion of a CHURCH CHIMES. entirely creditable and praiseworthy and whole bouI into the work. Tho Leban- coal oil lamp. Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, RTder J. G. Livingston will preach at son of they retire from the fluid with the good on gentlemen are practical business men Harry Hughes, a Ky., Elizabcthtown, Kranklort, will and respect of press and people. with nothing mean about them but their Nathan Hushes, of Jessamine, was Halli Gap Sunday morning and Sunday and Mauckport, Ind. They will now devote their time to the politics. We predict that the board will thrown from a horse which he was exer- night. Rev. It. Faulconers meeting at practice of their profession, though Tom get along finely and render the State the cising and fatally hurt. Walnut Hill, Boyle county, closed with Owsley will continue to do the writing bast service possible. Mrs. Annie Dver. the notorious ba by farmer, was hanged Wednesday in IS additions. for a local religious paper. Rev. L. H. Stine, paBtor oi the POLITIC A L POINTS. Newgate prison. Tne number of her The free silver men now figure a big Georgetow u Christian church, whose vig10. Connecticut speaks for sound mon- victims is estimated at majority in the National convention. So boy orous style of preaching displeased his At Liberty, Ind., a ey. far as instructed the vote stands 2S3 for broth- congregation, has accepted a call from shot and killed his Congress adjourned at o'clock yessilver to 170 for gold. The convention ATer with a ritle his father had juhI re- Paris, Mo. terday. will be composed of 022 delegates, and of Rev. J. G. Fee's new church of turned from hunting with. Young U. P. Grant, of California, is this number 5G3 are claimed for the at tunnel No. 4, on the I . Christ at Berea whs dedicated Sunday. A cave-imentioned for the republican nominawhite metal "or bust." There is scarcely & N. near Cincinnati, caused the death Rev Smith, of Richmond, preached the a doubt that the convention will declare tion for Rev. Fee is the of two workmen and delayed all traffic dedicatory sermon. The woman suffragists are preparing for free silver and nominate a free silver aged founder of Berea College. between that city and Louisville. candidate, which the Bame will not be to be on hand at St. Louis with designs Cooking, At Dry Ridge. Elder B. H. Melt, n The State Board of Health has adoptour Joe, hut can he be elected? Wo hope upon the republican platform. Heating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less Senator John M. Thurston, of Ne- ed a resolution condemning the filthy closed a meeting with 50 additions to the bo, but fear not. McKinley and a strad than actual cost. Gasoline, habit of men in expectorating in public Christian church. There is no church of die of the money question ill keep the braska, is regarded as likely to be the places It says it breeds disease aid that denomination there, and one will he republicans in line, and the pops will temporary chairman of the St. Louia con- contagion. built as soon aa possible. They worship vention. still cling to other idols. Tom Smithors, of Lexington, get in the Baptist chinch. The House adopted a resolution alRev Jonathan VanCIeve, pastor of The saloon men at Boone, la., think it lowing testimony in tho HopkinsKen- - drunk and concluded that he wanted to die. He took morphine, hut in a few the Indian Creek Baptist church, Monta bad rule that does not work both ways. d ill contested election case to. bo taken necondri he had a doctor working on him gomery county, Ind , ia more than il A law there provides that no saloon up to August 1, next. years old, and has been preaching Ior the Ladies we the The Latest Things in Bball bo run within 300 foot of .i church. The Indiana State republican com- with a stomach pump. John W. Hay, of the San Francisco years. He is still vigorous in mind slid A man has buen running tho busineEB mittee adopted a resolution protesting by body and performs all of his pastoral some time and now the Methodists have sgainst discrimination against Negro Journal of Commerce, was killed Mre. Nina McDongald, a married woman In speaking of his career the othbought a lot near it and propose to build delegates at St. Louis. with whom he had been intimate, and er day he said : 'I have never received a is an effort a church on it. He thinks it The prohibitionists' nominee for cent of pay." to run him off and to test the matter, United States Senator in Illinois has she then killed herself. While for Men and Hoys we have Leading distillers met in Louisville proceedings kicked out of the harness and has withhas brought injunction Wednesday and decided to shut down ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. against the builders. The decision of drawn from the party. the manufacture of whisky for IS months the courts will be awaited with interest. Thompson, one of J. II. Hilton sold to Pence k Bibb McKinley's lieutenants, says the plat- as the supply far exceeds the demand. 25 ewes aud 22 iHinbs for JS5. It begins to look like the Negro dele- form on which his chief expects to stand Alonzo Walling is very positive in his T. W. Kinney bought of Neat & gates to the republican convention at St. will be for sound money. Bweariug that Scott Jackson killed Pettrl Hunn, of Adair, a bunch of light cattle We have the Narrowest Toe Made on CenturyJLasts. Louis, which meets next Tuesday, will The Maryland democratic State con- Bryan. He declares he was with Jack- at 21c. have to hang up on pegs. The hotels and vention adopted a resolution declaring its son when the latter determined upon the John Johnson, of Boyle, bought in restaurants positively refuse to entertain opposition to the free and unlimited murder, and afterward when he underthe West End, some butcher cattle at 'J thorn, end the managers aro having a H. coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. took to conceal the evidences of the Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. to L'Jc. O. T. locating them. Threats of prosecucrime for the sake of friendship. Let The House by a vote of 110 to 107 Byron McClelland has sold Caesation were laughed at and the agents told Wednesday unseated Congressman Un- him be hung also. rian to Charlie Cougle, of Chicago, for that if they wanted to force Negro equalThe board of education of Newport, derwood, of the Birmingham district, of $1,500. ity on the people, they should have held refused to reelect Miss Margie Gilson as Alabama, and gave the place to Mr. In Order To T. A. Coulter tolls us that he is makthe convention where that kind of a a teacher for next year because- of her ing a big season with old Pence. He has as O. K. thing is regarded who is There will be 158 contested seats in frequent visits to Scott Jackson, served between GO and 70 mires. in jail, sentenced to be hanged for murNational convention. board of trustees of the new the republican The Hundreds of horses, sheep and hogs dering Pearl Bryan. The evidence against Schools of Reform for Kentucky is now They are from 15 States and one Territoshe had taken Jack- are dying of anthrax in portions of the teacher showed Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell organized and ready to receive proposals ry. The entire delegation from five Louisiana and Mississippi. son several presents. States is contested. for donations of sites, money or other at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, A. C. Sowder, of Rockcastle, brought At a school trustee election in MaHon. John W. Yerkea, of Danville, necessaries from cities and towns desirbut also the new stock, which consists of the latest degoffin county there was a general fight a couple of mares down yesterday to be ous of obtaining the location of the in- has gone to St. Louis to remain until afLyons factions, bred to F. Reid's Dorsey Golddust. between the Howard and signs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all stitutions. Address communications to ter the convention. He is bo doubtful of in which piatols, clubs, rocks and other James v. Hack ley had his great other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry W. P. Walton, Stanford, as soon as prac- the currency pi auk that he will not even weapons were freely used for the eluci shorthorn bull, Bosseau, in town Montical. State papers are respectfully re- venture a prediction. goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and Two day. The big fellow now weighs 15,120 problems. J. E. Milhollaud, of the New York dation of educationaldangerously quested to copy this item and greatly made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. cut, a pounds. men were shot, one McKinley League, has tendered the oblige the editor of this paper. fourth sustained a fracturo of tho skill', Tom Yeager is training a very fast League's special train of Pullmans for iSRcmembcr everything in the house will go at prime While in Louisville Wednesday we the accommodation of Negio delegates and a fifth came out of the fracas with a green pacer named for Harry Giovan-nol- i, cost until closed entirely. broken arm. of the Advocate. He is said to be learned that the Rev. G. O. Overstreet, and visitors atSt. Louis. acruckerjick. who awore so strongly and the sound The republicans over the river havo MA TRIMONIA I. MA TTERS. money men say so falsely to the sizo of held another meeting, and appointed Some little wheat is being cut this Emm the Music Hall silver contingent, is the committees to carry on the war against Mr. William Evans, of Danville, and week, but the harvest will begin in earn uatno man who used to be pastor of the Warden Hert for importing a man from Mies Minnie Hoobler, daughter of Col. est Monday. The quality ia said to be Mbtbodist church here. He afterwards Kansas to fill an office when offices are Thomas B. Hoobler, wero married at better than that of lastyear, but the crop joined the Presbyterian chinch and since scarce. ia short. Vanceburg Tueeday. BYthen must have gone from bad to worse, Louis Walz bought of S. II. Baugh-ma- n The Hon. Eli Farmer, Estill, of Grant county, to'd Thomas if tho Louisville papers are to be creditsome hoifera at 2Ju and of O. J, from Pulaski county, ia tipped as his wife ho was going to leave her. When ed. the successor of McEuen, who he returned a few hours later, she had Crow a small lot of same at samo price. Col. Nelson, who got a big advertise- was dismissed from the office of the su- taken an overdose of morphine and was He bought of John Z. Syoonamore a few shoats at 2 jc. ment out of the Scott Jackson case, hea perintendent of public instruction under more dead than alive. marriage occurred at bis candidacy for Congress a cloud recently. announced A romantic NKW AUVKBTIflEMENTC. Joe Manley gives up and says the Lexington when Miss Jennie Todd, in the Cth district, tho woods of which seem full of people anxious to succeed St. Louis convention will nominate Mc- daughter of Livo Stock Auctioneer Jo lierrf, who doesn't appear to be in it, Kinley on the first ballot. He Bays that Todd, was married to Edward P. HenAnd Funeral Director, since the Lexington Waterloo. Reed's name will be presented for presi- derson, of Vincennes, Ind. They met McCOIOIACK Also carry a nice line o! Harness, Saddles, Bridles. IWtrv Rorjec rv1 HrapHnriiton nnnnnnnpfl that ha dent, and that the Maine candidate for the first time on their wedding day, ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Congressman would not accapt a nomination for vice tbo engagement being brought about Ji a candidate for Aucisor of Lincoln County, is' going to be the next lubjtct to tht action of th democratic pattr president. through a matrimonial agency. our iuppon rota 'the Seventh district. Square, Stanford, opposite Court-Hous- e eamwiljr solicited. Room Stafford. Ky., - - June KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF REFORM. From tho of the freo silADDITIONAL LOCAL. ver tight, Editor Urey Woodson, oi Ow. The first meeting of the board of trusUntil July 1st, 1890, you can buy anytees for the new Kentucky Schools of onsboro, has labored faithfully and ef- thing in our complete stock at actual bet-innin- g ai-iKi;- ' Louisville Store June Sale SIX PAGES. 1 e, - m Platt-Clarks- on Dry Goods and Notions. vice-preside- y two-vear-o- ld De-Wi- tt. J e, e, LOUISVILLE STORE. t.Kpwpw.wf.iWWf.y. four-year-o- ld seven-year-o- ld 1 -- n vice-preside- AT YOUR PRICE. vw W. H. WEAREN & CO. '--o (Ill-til'- s. SLIPPERS and SHOES H. J. McROBERTS. I Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. Al-dric- h. - Close Out Our Stock Ar-kins- W. P. TATE, Stanford. UNDERTAKING -- ex-Cle- rk 0U CL WPGIm&MY, Ky. Practical Trimmer, Embalmor EMMETT 11 anuwun-- mmMMti tu$ PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. No Flat (or Hnr. In a dreamy rapture he kissed her lie (In an arfrument) "Well, thank golden tresses. goodness, I'm not She Now Spocloa or Vagrant Who "The future," he exclaimed, Joyously, "You ought to be thankful. Sanford, Ky., June 12, 1896 One face Makoa a Quoor Living. "with Its castles In the nlrl" like yours is enough." Texas Sittings. work that women do is She turned with sudden enrncstness. Young Husband "Didn't I bho said, decisively, "Ileglnnld," lie lutrtleir tho Iieulrr In Wheel and work requires the use of soap. W. P. WALTON. not to bringyour mother with Whrti lln (let Through with llliu "don't decche yourself. I tell you, once you ?" Young Wife "That's what sho the llumUtrr lencrullr be satisfied with for nil, I shan't live above the second wants to see you No woman about. She read the a 1'reah htulo-story under any circumstnnccs." N. dispatch." ',ow rates to Wmdiinutou, I). C, for Harlem Life. the very best soap V. Journal. Criatinn Kndeavorers. Tim Chesapeake Short "There's another bill from in n. new style of tramp the Theic nd Ohio railway will sell ronnil trip does the most work Chimin FnrrthntiKlit. the soap the tailor. I wonder why he keeps sendbicycle tramp. Kiuimih City vvus vis- InMr. Porkchoppe lUcte from nil Btations in Central Kun- - I ing bills to tieoplc he knows can't pay " ted by ono of this fraternity recently, duced you to buy a What on earth work that does it the dozen pair of boots Mrs. Short "Perhaps, my dear, he does ttfcy to Washington, I). I'., at one faro lie came to town nut ride a fairly good nt once? You may never live to wear It ns an adtcrtisement." Stli, Rood wheel, Ilrooklyn forounil trip oti Juljr Uli to with ten cents in his pocket. easiest. Life. The Chiss-ptfc- e Tne ten cents ho at once invested in them all nut. udlJuly31st if deslrvil. Mrs. Porkchoppe (sarcastically)--I- n KIHson "Halloa, dear boy, you look anil Ohio is four hours shot tent something wet. Then he made inthat case they would come In handy very sad this morning. What's the row to Washington ami i the only line quiry lis to the vv hereabouts of the for your next wife. trouble?" Green "I'u just undergone MirioiiM bicycle dealers. Selecting the LexingwiUhrough train service from Mr. Porkchoppe (abstractedly) She a most annoying operation." Ellison tridnn iifiiretit one, he called and secured an only wears ton ad vicinity. Two vetilmled (Ilctires hastily under "What was It?" (.recti "I had mv al . trip trains inter-- lew with him. Here's the kind t're.) Town Topics. oachray daily. On return lowance cut olT." Titbits. of a man the denier Haw: Probably 30 arrival Lexington at name time of ar- ; ears of age; football hair; skin tunned Mrs. Crimsonbenk Iiiiltintry and Publicity. "Don't you " CmO to the nnt, thou sluggard, think there was a good deal of truth In rival j at Oinctnnatl via other linen, to a deeji brown; face lined by dissipaConsider her ways nnd l wise;" Ui'Y. Mr. Long's sermon tiiUB ivlnj: a cIiriik of trains and three tion; dark sweater, wry dirty ; a pair Mr. Hut unllko the nnt you certainly can't Crimsonbenk "Yes; especially when Side of badly worn bicycle trousers, ho thorKxpect to win tho coveted "tin" or mai houra additional ride. he said it was impossible for any of us Unless you advertise trip n be made to Old Point, Norfolk oughly begrimed as to lender theirorig-Inn- l -- r,. A. YV. Bulletin. to tell when the end would come" color doubtful; stockings also RiitStdp Ysfd at Newport Xh we and tl Yonkers Statesman. dirt-- , and a pair of badly lined up A LOGICAL yUi:STION. wherehe l)ttleahip "Kentncky" in now "Do you worry about meeting vour shoe's. saves time, saves clothes, saves bulldi. Write for time table and map The trump inndc himself thoroughly notes?" said the ietim of pecuniary George ofVir.uia battle lb Ida. embarrassments. "No," said the permoney and the at home without waiting for an Imiof the women Barne I). P. A.. Lexington, Ky. son who is Indiscriminately flippant. tation, lie selected the best chair in who use it. Clairette Soap makes "I don't worry nlout meeting 'em. Exthe room, drugged it to the side of the A woin'i headachci mar comt Irflm icerl dealer's desk, perience has taught me that I can just and, after elevating his the women happier and the home camca .be mar hive a headache anting from sit down and trust to 'em to run ncross nervouiti, or from diglle Jlitutbanco. Nine feet, was ready to talk business. AsIn n, her heaJachu ioiuc Itom dliordera me." Washington Star. cttei brighter. It may ihow itieldn the suming an easy, confidential tone, he affords double the satptcullaiio her Miss Ctitistique "You don't know ie charactenitlc of a diicn Mild: rmplot rru 1 houtindt of Hints, wumen hi dliordn isfaction that common soaps give, how I am looking forward to going to "lxok here, my friend, I'm broke. treated r lb wrong dliordrrt Or. I'li'icc'i FaIM like a small loan -the country. I do so love the birds, the vorite IHcrlHton wai compounded for the role Haven't a 'red. costs no more. purpoau lcliting vromanVlnd of Ihtm lilt and xny a couple of dollars so's to get on trees, and the flowers." Prigly "Well, palna Voutandt ol women have testified that Now, I'll tell you what I'll that may suit you, but, bah .love, you after takg ttcatinctit Hum icteral phjrticUut my feet. Sold everywhere. Made only by ' without merit. th 'Havorite l'riciilMn" cured do. know nature neer appealed much to I'm n trick rider. Let me hnvo a. and ,viklly. It li.it been utd thtm cttdelelr THE N. K. FURBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. me. To my mind there's nothing in it." and hat id unbruken reteid decent wheel, and I'll ride It at the far ovenlrly of tuccei Miss C "Pel haps that's because naihccs and inty you back twu dollar out The vtnan who hrtltalrt it muted to tend 11 ture abhors a wicuum." P.rooklyn Life. Onettitlimpt to inn onl) the coit of ma.lirt of w hut Intake. What say?" a copy oir 1'iercc t Common Seme Medical "Where are you from'" asked the Artist "There you are. sir! plain and clear inforiuatiou lh cotiuiui painted you n full line of ancestors, and about alnf the urgent of tbe liunuu Uodr and proprietor, after a moment's reflection. "Ileen towering out west," was this their funont "Don't you cry, my little boy. Cry ' I'll warrant you that no one will know response. Ing w ill make y ou ugly ." nicy arc noi genuine, l ins is your "Where's your home?" "Did you. cry rr much when you father, that Is your grandfather, this "Down onM." were a little girl?" Judy. your Mr. Th! Is the best market find ours Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mnVo llber.d fJucMionliiK fulled to ilrnw much New rich "Hold onl Good heavens, KpJrcIC(1 on coiislKumcnts. Resides wo havo better facilities than other houses In huvln more from him. He had been In eery tnnny largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top prico and pay spot mh uot lu i tradu. No truvellug agents, fiblp all your wool aud farm produce direct stHte in the union, and had earned man than I leap year's privileges, so she wrote this it iiiucn yoiinger-iooKininMiglt to Ilc on by doing an occaHERNDON-CARTE- R nm!" Titbits. message on a postal card and mailed it sional trick "turn." LOUISVILLE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, the man A MYSTERIOUS ROADBED. 'IIRe jou nit outfit for exhibition to "Knot?" of her choice: puriKX.es'." nuked the proprietor. Hut w hat was her mortification when I'lienoiiienoii Not Accounted Tor on a I "Only what I'te on. carry my North Curolliut Itullwii. WILL CURL THE freight with me. This is r eomblna-- . the return mail brought this compreWhile a representative wtih on his hensive reply: tion outilt. I've a Jersey bfttldng stilt ' rounds the oilier day in search of items "N It." Harper's Iiazar. ScrofuhSalt Rheum, under this outfit. dut shed my wool-- 1 he met Capt. T. D. Mearrs, general Srcs, lioils, I'ustulcs, eu and jmnta mid I'm lemly for 'LI..' yuerr. ,agent of the Senlxiard Air Line, und Eczema, Totter, Theo clothes is nil l'w got." lint the Tho room was dark, their favorite chair put the usual query of new spaperdom: was In Its wontwl place. complete wardrobe did Hot "What's the news?" and nil tsetses of the blood and lack of weigh hia muid. He Mole up quietly and dropped a kiss on eem to "Not a thing," he replied, "unless you .ornu otiu's face; T Makes You Well. "Mtich of a rider, are you?" queried A Until! It was her pul And now he muses want to make an Item of a mystery on H JmgSMfl.'t like to this the dealer. the Seaboard Air Line that up to date Try one for 30 Days and if you Indigcstm, constipation and thus "Hell. gue-- s yes," said the tramp.' "In strivinga in Us."to kiss a miss, I surely lias not lcen solved." klHsod kidney and liver disease "Sid Itlnck, Le don't like it don't take it. e Cnpt. Menres then went on toray that Kiehatdson, why, Richmond Dispatch. yield its curative powers and! Inst ween the 4') nnd 5.1 miles pasts on it. they ain't in it with me. I'll A SaIp Conrliialon. wheivurcd it do any thing they lo, and more. Come the Carolina Central railroad there is a Mrs. Stlnglcuss What does the doc- piece of track for a distance of nearly out here a minute, and I'll show you .1 Keeps You Well. tor say Is the matter with my husband? six miles that presents a.singular conMtmple of my gidi." N'urse He says he hns bicycled so dition thnt so far amounts to nn inexA wheel was selected from the stook, Sold Lincoln county by much that something nbout thosieof a plicable mystery. All trains going and and the tramp led the way to the street, W. HMcRoberts, Stanford. where he "showed oil" to the crowd mustard seed hns jogged down into his coming, go to grinding and start a tei ri- - Try one and you will never use Me squeaking when they get on this si " Pcnn;s Drug Store, that gathered. He could ride, there was vermiform nppendix. any other kind. Mrs. Stlnglcuss (revengefully) It miles of track. The noise comes ficn no doubt that, and aft.'r the " Craig!: I locker, not only one car, but every locomotive, brief performance was otcr the dealer must be his heart. X. Y. World. W. CWolford, Hustonville. every coach and every car of vvhatev r S"U' the man two dollars und told him A I'oiirr. F. UJwidwcll, kind sets up a grinding as if turning n to come back the next day. "I guess I'm stuck," said the J. A. lammond, Hubble. curve. That night the trimp made, a winman. Tann, Bros., McKinncy. The noise Is somethir? like ning nt the crap table. The ne.tday he "What Is it?" tusked tho rest of tho ! of nn ox cart that hns io FAlstott, Powers. sauntered into the bicycle place swing-- , force, In deep sympathy. J. grease on It, and It is made by every Ucazly & Son, Crab Orchard. mg a rhrutv cone anil wearing a new "Girl writes to know which of her Milt of clothing and new straw hnt fiances should hate tiro preference in truck In a train. The track is perfectM. Lc Pipes, Morcland. with u red, white und blue bund. Hi going with her to church the first ons ly straight, and, as there Is no curve at 'ours for Health, trousers were creased and hrul bell but-- ' or the second." Cincinnati Enquirer. all, the cause of the grinding nnd Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices squeaking has mystified tlio railroad 'tons, the style sexernl years ago, and James T. Cooki:, on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, She Laid Illm Out. people. were so long they dragged behind. A Harrodsburg, Ky. Williamson I hear Jagman was eo I carry a Every effort has been made to ascer- Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, F.tc. colored shirt of gorgeous pattern und drunk last night that several of you tain the cause of the diflleulty. The lo- full htock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by .startling neck searf were visible In of the. test. It) was u com-- I fellows had to take him homo on a comotives have lHn examined, the selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have shutter. Did his wife think he was coaches nnd cars have leen scrutinized, plete transformation. ever been offered here. dend? every cross-ti- e and every mil has been The transformed tramp borrowed a Hendersohn She must have. She inhectd, every joint has been looked 'wheel and got nit engagement to ride mt a country fair. For tills he recehed was certainly laying him out when wo at, and every foot of the track has been left, Feck's Sun. regauged, but no explanation could be u good bit of money, but lost nt giun found. The section master hns almost bllng what he had not spent In treat-- 1 Afraid of Illmo'lf. . ,OA"fft- - t"i4i.i- ing the "8iorU(." lie had another en-- 1 FULL LINE OF "Thought you were going to run for crawled over the six miles on his knees in search of the cntiv, tho road master cngemeiit to ride, lost his money, nnd nldermnn, Jaxon?" Im.ch thinking it o er, nnd I have has tried his best to ferret out. the mat."nally drifted back to the dealer who "I'e como to the conclusion that I haen't ter, and the superintendent has been had llrst taken him up. over the track and inspected It all of "Say, my friend," said he. "you the gall to bo a successful alderman. I guess I'll keep on peddling sewing ma- them making repented efforts time and me onee when I was on my V ngoin to find out what is the matter-b- ut help nm out of town, won't you? chines." Cincinnati Enquirer. they have given It up as a bad iie me enough for a square meal nnd Henpecked IluatiamU. job. They have not only not been able u pocket piece." Mrs. Xnggerlotr Don't you think it to discover the cause of the noise, but He uot another two dollars nnd uiu ery selfish of my husband not to maka have been unable to discover an v theorv Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot y . . J gone. Hut he left town In better con- n will? S I iAi-,jof Uuckboard. ia eApinin me mystery dition than he entered It, for he had a Mr. Uluntly Well, to tell you the It is one of the railroad mysteries of suit of clothes. He will probably fol- truth, niadnin, I dou't think he's had the nge, and has been going on for CO Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultilow the same tactics all over the coun- one of his own since he married. Ally years. During thnt time the cross-tie- s vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows try until winter stops him, trick rid- Sloper. and roils have been replaced several ing, passing the hat in couutry towns, at Prices to Sui times with new ones, but without ef- before you buy. Farm Wagons by the Th Dear Old Muld. nnd riding nt fairs. When ho goes the Times. Call and See us. Miss Elderby simpered. "Kenlly," fect. Who can explain the mystery? "dead broke" he will, as he has Wilmington Messenger. times before, pawn his wheel and she gurgled, "I cannot see why ho is so SOIE OF THESE BEAUTI interested in poor me." beat his way along- on trains. Kansas ailatukrn Appreciation. FUL CHAIRS LEFT, "I can," said her friend Madge. "Don't City Times. An instance of mistaken appreciation you know these women with a past aro is told HERD F THI of the painter Constable. Ho -vr V. quite the fad now?" Town Topics. TTTTa C CS was one day leavinrr tho Iloval academv. y Star) 'a I.lttle Laml, a a Fellah. JUIVVjTQi JWJwiA vvhpn ha lmd luiun I,..,,,. ...i.i. 1. Klnjr Preiupeh of Ashnntl does not Dlaappoliittd. M Breeder, were .elected from in- J i understand tho use of newspaper corMrs. East Aud what did you think leagues of the hanging committee In ar- - ofthii fan em rmei nr fin- - irevra' bl herd itiff'Tm' roilC-lm?ta'e, A iiImi'IhI Int ot plct nf diPteiil jcm respondents. "Whnt are you?" he said of Mr. Inkwell, the novelist? tlienlcturvs fnr th a ovMl.l Hn -- ..... , a o .. j ..I j cwu!t. to a lleuter's correspondent with the exMrs. West Why, his clothes are so uiiu uu uiio uour no met. aam, tne porter, giaran"1 hreo 'crrrK il'cr llcit-Aldrct N1W STOCK OF MATTING pedition. "You are And I understood vv ho had been helping with the mechannot lighting mnn, very old fashioned BKONAUGH, you are not carrying man. Vhat, then, that ho was celebrated for his style. ical part of tho work. AND WALL PAPER Crab Orchard, Kj are you?" lie was willing, however, to Brooklyn Life. They had just been moving Into plnce ARRIVED. JUST And some good In everybody, so he one of Constable's own landscapes, About an Kren Thing. on the correspondent writing a lake it a point to get my pri- Miss Snobberly Wo never thlnlc of painted in his characteristic manner tesbefore you buy, no matter what xemn ror lilm. Ho wrote as much as he going to tho Robinsons' parties, though and full of the spoUs of light which he was accustomed to introduce Into his could remember of "Mary had a little they always invito us. Im you want to purchase. lamb," nnd the deposed king is wearing pictures. "Well, Mr. Constable, sir," Mlsi, ShnriHj it around his neck. That correspondent tho reason they I've heard that that's said Sam, "that's a picture of yours, sir! glvo for inviting you. is now nick of a fever. Is it a judgment Wonderful, sir I" Odds and Ends. of the king's insulted gods? Odds nnd "Glad you approvo of it, Sam," said V. Married In Haste. Kndn. the artist, feeling in his pocket for a Jinks Hello, Blinks Hear you bad shilling wherewith to encourage Sam's Japan's Ancient Ilanklnjr. llouae. a great time getting married loped taste. reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Commercial houses which have ex- .with tho girl father and mother f s 8T IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALM "Wonderful, sirl" repeated the man. through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattaisted for over.100 years ure by no means gave chase, but they didn't catch "I never see snow painted so natural In nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, common in Europe, and quite rare In you, did they? my life!" San Francisco Argonaut. and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs this country. It is curious to note that . Blinks (sadly) Soo. N. Y. Weekly. and Ashcville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroe fH commercial houses n hundred or more derma In the Air. Can't II Found. years old ore quite frequent in China There is a widespread impression that and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and "Yoh nebber yet," said Undo Eben, diseases are sometimes scattered broadand Japnn, where a great many llrms San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, t cou!d flu er man so stingy dat he ain.' cast by terms borne by the wind. Trof. via New Orleans or via Shreveport. havo for centuries been handed down WHITE'S GREW from father to son, and remained Trillin' tor share his loaflu' time vvif Cleveland" Abbe combats this view, and Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati In tho family. The oldest existing somebody dat'a really busy." Wash- asserts that epidemics spread along the with every accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor business Is probably a Japanese bank ington Star. lines of travel, and that experiments Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa YEARS FOR ing house at Kobe, which has for more how that few disease germs are able to The Burglar and the Bloomer. Hat led all WORM Remedies. than 330 years been in tho hands of one II gently amlled: "These togs," quoth be retain their vitality when freely ex-- , tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and FfERY IOTTlE WAMNTEEO. fcnd the same family, the style of the "Are One, I must allow. posed in the air and in the sunshine, as Chattanoogx 4X1. BBVUUUTI. OITB B I floundered hopeleMly. firm not having changed once in tl.N (Where oncepockets, they must be if carried far in the atmosChaa.W.Zell, W. O. Blnearton, ' flna the (p(i now." ST. LOCK, aUCaUEMO Q. P. .1.. Cincinnati. 0, Xv. Pau'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0. long peripd. Detroit Free Press. phere. Youth's Comoanlon. Washington IStar. Iemi-Week- ly two-faced!" telc-grophy- ou !nteorJoune THE BIOYCLE Tit AMP. ,vSAS)Ic5ySYc3 The hardest that should anything but that and best and quickest and . "'' It !,. CLAIRETTE I SOAP strength le ' wh-c- I It yet I r, Ie .CDXCZ3XCDXC3XC3YC3YCD Cocke's great-grandfathe- r, and" WOOL, WOOL. Sliplinilili'ti-rmiiwltontTilll- , Sa'saparilla g 1 1 -- CO. i ML r Popular Washer. . dys-pep- si 1 dog-gon- , Greatest Washer of the Age. ' alut , FARRIS & HARDIN. answers-to-corresponden- ts Reduction In Prices A. O SINE, Stanford, Ky. j ' VirBTr liel-M-- d uj)-iJh- ts, Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons mr&v? wv U ' I -- ! . u uz? JK Car-Loa- d done-man- - S. K. WIAEE1T. $2 tyR S BLUK-GUAS- S Uuroc-Jerie- vj 1 r ., I 1 bjin'-'cilo- i H 1 R. H. d THE W. WITHERS. Queen &Crescent ROUTE pAfejiWaai I uri-pu- ermifuge: 20 I , 1 Tjrmw&1 .., ft?ft,,a a'jfjgJ-tt.B- i I j Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrnai June 12, 1896 A RECONCILIATION. The fog Unit had prevailed during-hl early hours of the before tho brlpht rayB of the buu d it arose abovo tho mountains. Wo had n clear view of the Juniata from the point a mile above us, where it surged around a little bluff, crowned with a clump of budding trees, until it was loht again in n gnp in the dark, green ridges a mile below. At our feet rushed tho swollen rhcr, which tho heavy rains thut had deluged tho country during tho week previous had transformed from a peaceful littlo stream into an angry flood, so that it stretched out its arms, and despoiled many a rich farm aixl laborer's homo. Now it was bearing its booty on its broad, turbu-leobosom to tho valleys below, there to cost it aside. On tho day befoit! a barn, with frightened fowl perched high upon its peaked roof, had floated by tho spot where Sam Sopcr and I were standing; sevpral small framo houses, corn cribs and other rickety farm buildings hod gone bobbing merrily along on the swift current; great trees, uprooted by the greedy waters, barrels, boxes and household furniture had we seen. the flood was ebbing; its strength was gone; tho rains had ceased, and for the first time alter many days we could see the sun morning-dknppcamat Stanford. Kt., E. C. Walton, Business Manager. QUEEN AND CRESCENT, Qaeen & Crescent . Route will make low rates to Nicholasville, for the dedication of the Confederate monument, June 15th, from all stations between Georgetown and Somerset. Tbia great Confederate meeting will be attended from all Kentucky. The Queen & Crescent low rates make it possible for you to go. See small bills or ask agenta for par- I I I ticulars. Half rates will be in effect via tbe Qaeen & Orescent Route to the great t, I m h'l A . J,: t National conventions at Chicago and St. Louis. These tickets will have liberal limits and will entitle passengers to ride on fast veatibaled limited trains without extra charge. No other line can give Be sure tc you such train service. have your ticketa read via the Queen & Orescent. To Asheville at half rates for the Young Women's Christian Association Summer School, on sale from Queen & Orescent points, June 10th to 12th, good until June 26th to return. The Q. & 0. is the only line operating through Bleepera from the North to Asheville. The Y. M. 0. A. Summor School meets June 19th to 28th at Knoxville. Round trip ticketa via the Queen & Crescent on sale from all points June ISth to 20th, good until June 30th to return at half fare. Queen & Orescent ticketa to Pittsburg and return on sale at low rates, June 5th to 7tb, inclusive, on account of North Good on suAmerican Sangerbund. perb vestibuled trains unequaled by any otber line. Ask your agents for partic I tol' him what I'd come fer, he drawtrd himself up ez fer ez he could, fer he's a leetle man, an' snis: 'Does you mean to pall me a thief?' Then I sals: I never owed you no money, Pete Siders.' 'Sam fsopcr,' sals he, 'hain't you satisfied of callln' your brother-in-laa thief l" An then ho turns nn' walks into the house, nn' shcts the door in my face. I hain't pecn him eence, fer I couldn't stan llvln' near Pete an' not beln' on peaceful groun's with him. I give up me place, nn' got a job here, 'temlln the canal lock." "And sometimes you think you were to blame?" I asked. "Sometimes," he replied. "Pete he hed cur'ous ways, an' I don't b'licve ho meant no harm. I o'tn't hev called him n. thief." Sopcr suddenly started to his feet, nnd, shading his eyes with his hands, gazed up the river. "A fiddle!" he cried. "Out on tho river! I heard it plain. There It Is w A FATE TVAHXING.' Fnlsn GEORGIA BANKERS TELL DEPOSITORS WHAT WILL BE THE INEVITABLE RESULT OF FREE COINAGE. BLIND LABOR LEADERS. SI Ulead Work-liiKitien. aides Who Seek to Turnpike Slootion. A meeting c( the stockholders ol the Km Lick, McCormacVs & Ttirnciillle Turnpike C will le htld at McCorraack's, JULY 3, 189$, at o'clock p, m., for tht purpose ol electing ofllc for the cmuing year. Hankers Want to Kcturn to Drpimltnra km of labor organisations have united in workiiigmen of the Good Money iu Wiw HwelTetl Mny Ho nn address to the United States, in which they declare Prevented the Awful Itu.H of Hnlti their belief iu tho free coinago of silver Which Will t'reerilp Tr CoIimbo Law. at 10 to 1, and urgo tho election of The Georgin bankers liavo formally congress which will overthrow our presdeclared that "nn immense majority of ent financial system and establish ono liolievo based on tho cheaper metal. This attho fluanoial men in J. H. Sovereign, Samuel Gompers, E. V. Debs., P. M. Arthur, John McBrido and several other official Messrs. E. D. 1'IYTON, l'rsudcnt lr Superior Plumbing llf a workman of tu-orgi- that great calamities vumld befall tho tempt to commit organlred labor to tho wholo country if certain very vxtrenu cnue of silverism is justified, 011 tho views about our primary Anonoy should ground that tho gold standard causes 14 prevail. " This of course means freo distress, widespread sullering and YEARS EXPERIENCE of ng'lnl" I sprang to his side, and looked up tho stream at a black object to which he To-da- y ulars. I ti.O. "V0. Rineapson, G. P. A., Cincinna T. A. AYEBS, Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. lar. Prices reasonable. ieoce. Guarantee First-Clas- s work In every particuHas had ij yean' expe 91 3m overhead. I glanced from the river into tho face of the man at my side. I guess, Sam, we will not see any more houses go by I said; "nothing but barrels and such uninteresting objects. I suppose, though, they will bo of use to the people below." "It's an ill wind ez blows nobody any good, ez Peto Biders sals," he replied, solemnly. "The folks up the vulley'll misa them bawrels an things, but they'll come handy to them below ez ketches 'em. I laughed. "It is easy for you to argue in thl3 manner, for you are one of the fortunate ones, unless some one claims that rocking choir that you rescued from drowning. A faint smile passed over Soper's face. It was quickly gone, and his countenance resumed its habitual stolid look. He replied, somewhat gruflly: "Ef a feller don't seize hte opportunity, it won't seize him." He hesitated, and then added: "Kz I'cte Sidexs sais." "Tell me." I cried, "who is this oracle of yours whom you are forever quot- It was a boat; and wo could sea a man sitting In its stern, rocking to and fro. Then I heard a succession of harsh, grating notes, 31110k but distinct, and I saw that the man was fiddling. "It's Tctel" cried my companion. "Thet'B his plnyln' on' that's him. Look at the boat! Why, it won't stay up an was pointing. hour!" The craft was sunk low in the water, and was sweeping rapidly toward us on the turbulent stream; but the fiddler seemed unconscious of Ids danger, for ho swung to and fro in a maudlin manner, running his bow madly over the strings of his instrument, "It's Pete's way," Soper exclaimed, "nc don't know what he'sdolu', fer he's b'en at the liquor ag'in." As ho spoke ho stripped off his coat and boots. "What are you doing!" I criMl, seizing his arm, "You ore not going out iu such a flood!" The boat was bearing rapidly toward us; every motion of Its maudlin occupant was now plainly discernlbk; every note of his aimless music was distinctly audible. "Nawthln" else to do," came the quiet icply. ,They's rocks an' rapids below, an' thet boat 'ud never live through Vm." coinage by tho United States. "If these politicians succeed," say tho bankers of Georgia, "wo wih it understood that it was in despite of our warning; that wo to tho last protested that we wished to pay our depositors iu as good mouey as wo got from them; that to tho last wo besought the disturbers of tho peoce of eoninu'reo to let confidence in money revive, and when our depositors rush ujxm us for their money in advance of tho passage of such a law and iu order to attempt to ovoid loss before tho law depreciates their money, nnd when to meet their imperative and just demands wo aro forced to press collections nnd deny acoommodatious iu that awful rush of ruin, let it bt rumem-K'nthut wo bogged to lo spared tho calamity to ourselves uml to tho couu-try.- " xl Commenting upon this declaration, Tho Jonrnnl of Commcrco and Commercial Bulletin of May 27 asks: "Will tho planters nnd tho jK)liticiium of Georgia jicrsist iu their demand for free coinage after this impniwivo protest nnd wumi:v; addressed to them by their own bankers? Wo fear they will, but tho iuimciiM) majority of tho financial men of Georgia ought to l able to defeat tho jKuitieiaiiH if they cannot 1cUt them." "This declaration," says tho Fame pajor, "is evidence enough of what wo have so often said, that tho silver question is not sectional ; the commercial class of tho wct and south aro generis ono ally sound on it ; tho tho commercial classes who know something of the operations of monetary legislation and the farmers of the noncommercial states who do not know, and the politicians who do not even caro so long us they can raise un excitement by moans of which somo of them can bo elected to office, " Continuing it says "that mott of the free silver talk is duo to an inability to understand tho facts underlying tho question is illustrated by tho protest of Tho Memphis Commercial ApiKMtl, that 'tho Ideo thut tho silver men would expel gold from um us money is entirely gratuitous, inasmuch as snch has never Wvn their intention or desire. ' The Commercial Appeal is quite unable to understand how gold would be expelled unless a law were puM.d to that effect, "It la immaterial what the silver men intend or desire if they succeed iu setting in motion tho forces that would inevitably end tho monetary uo of gold in this country. Tho pajier has n complete sot of financial opinions which it does not hesitate to insist on against the adverse judgment of all financial authorities hero and abroad, and yet it has so littlo acquaintance with either tho theory or the history of money that it do not even understand what is meant by tho Htutement that fm silver would drive gold out of monetary use. Of course it never heard of Gresham's law " is-.nbo-twe- At Cost. TO REDUCE STOCK -- ing?" For during niy few days' acquaintance with tho rough fellow at my 6ide 1 had been struck by the fact that he frequently made use of ancient adages, the credit for the invention of which was always given to tho mysterious Siders. man, clad In a rough garb that betokened his rural environments a ragged cloth cap, a heavy, tuit, which had once been of gray material, a collar-lesshirt and high boots. Ills hair had a few days before, been in token of the coming of summer, and his unkempt black beard stood out in bold contrast to his seeming baldness. His nose was narrow, long and hooked, beneath and his eyeu were deep-se-t shaggy brows. After a long pause he replied to my question in a drawling tone, and with the manner of a mau perfectly convinced of the truth of what he said: "Ef you uns bed ez much in your head ez Pete Siders hes in his leetle finger, you'd be a smart man." "But who is he?" I exclaimed. "I have visited this valle3- - yearly since I was a boy, yet I never before heard of him. He docs not live hereabouts, docs stupid-looking well-patche- ..Will sell goods for the I seated myself upon a stump and awaited his reply. He was a crude, rather Next 60 Days : : d s At Cost For Cash. close-cropp- ed J. K. YanArsdale. .IK YOU AKKGOING., With that Soper ran out into the river. In a moment he was over his depth; then ho 6truck out into the stream. His was not a master's stroke. He beat tho swiftly flowing water convul-shel- y with his hands, and seemed to be making almost superhuman efforts to reach a point that he believed the boat wculd pass. His progress was slow, and tho current bore him down the river, nis efforts would have been Tain had not the runaway craft taken a sudden swervo toward him. It was almost on him. Then I saw him laisehis long arm high above him and grasp the bow. Instantly the boat turned its noso toward the shore, and I breathed more freely. Siders sprang from his place, and with unsteady steps began to make his way toward the man who was risking his own llfo to save him. The craft gave a quick lurch over on one side so that tho water rushed in and almost filled if. "Get down," I screamed. "Let go there!" yelled Siders, "You'll upset me, you fool!" He raised his fiddle and struck wildly at Sopcr, but his blow fell short of its mark; he lost his balance and toppled 'into tho bottom of the boat, which righted itself, but none too soon. Siders quickly recovered nnd cautiously crawled forward. "Git off there!" he yelled. Soper made no answer, lor lie wan almost exhausted. He cluug more desperately to tho craft, which was now within a hundred feet of thy shore. The fiddle whirled through the air nnd crashed down on his head. Still ho clung on. With a cry of disappointment Siders fell into the bottom of the boat, I run out into the water, seized the Kinking craft, and dragged It ashore. When he heard the keel grate on tho gravel, Sam Soper released his hold and fell into my arms unconscious. I lifted him out on the bank. Across his forehead there was a great-gusfrom which the blood flowed freely. Some men came to my aid from a neighboring field, and helped me to curry tho injured man to his home, which stood a few hundred yards back from the river. The wonderful Biders, who had partially recovered his Mines Ly reason of his Immersion, followed us. ne explained that be hud spent tho night fiddling at a party and bad at daybreak started for his home. Tho lost thing that be remembered clearly was getting Into a boat to cross the fran-tieallh y. WORTH or west, mTHEtt.m among thoso who crealo tho wealth of tho country. There has been n disjosition on tho Odorless Water Olosots, Fust-Propart of most Americans to regard lalnir Water Pipes, Poi organizations as U'lieficial to their mem-lercclain Bath Tubs not so much on account of possiblo increases In wages to bo bivunsl through their ageiu-y- , but us educational institu- A ireclalty. WORKMANSHIP bECOD TO NONE Gilt edjee itlrtcocc Id audit tions thniuRh which tho workers miht Ask jour DidvIIU ol the State get a better understanding of matters dirndl stout ray woik. affecting their interests. Judging by their attitude on tho silver question, the T. F. CLARE. r educational benefits of tho principal CUtctEi Heutr Ilulldlnr, DilJs, Ky. association have been very HmiU'd. Tho address which tho so called "lalor leaders" have signed is meruly n rehash of tho old delusions and fallacies which tho cheap money advocates havo Us?ji repeating for years. Iu itself it is only worthy of notice been uso the official WHKHKAH, The mtrchriti and rtheiuilness of tho men isxniug it muy leud mm of Stanford have adopted the CAt .SYS-- 1 EM, c, the phjtklttu ol this comtrnitr ask somo misguided workiugiuen into voting and demand that our bills, in the fatunshsll be for fmi coinage candidates. paid tvery thirty days In cash, Its (iuaUnt or a note, ne gotiable sad pajable la bank, th Iff al Among other unfounded ufcfertion in are cdeied. and due hen which tho address abounds is Iho claim interest, now owing us for services I'ciinni fast professial services must come lorwsrd and settle at an ely date thut tho country is now suffering from side to as currency contraction caused by tho al- Thete is a business si well and prefetsiol surg erjrhlch we the practice ot medicine leged demonetization of silver in 187!), are determined toolnerve in the 'ulnie. O, CAUTKNTEK, I. r. PKYTN. nnd thut this contraction has thrown ft W IIKOM'GII, STEEI.K HA LEY, hundreds of thousands of operatives out V II O' HA N.N ON, L H COOK Miv iS, i 4 l( of work, and has forced wages down. To this it need only lo replied that whereas wo had less than S0, 000, 000 of silver money and lev than $100,000,000 of gold in 1873, wo now huvosJMtl.OOO,-00- 0 1:1 silver anil over $1100,000,000 Hold, With men who cull that great increase "contraction' it would lo useTHE rv.: less to argue. As a remedy for low prices and hard times American workingmon are told l.iw by these "leaders" that a 10 to would greatly increase tho voluino of money and bring higher Neither assertion is true. would not give us more money, nor would it ruie wages. Mexico has fm silver, und tho voluino of money is less thun f5 per capita. China, another silver country, has if 08 jht capita. India, with tho silver standard, has $.'l.8!l jkt capita Anil in all the?- -' silver using countries wages an' far lower and CNI.Y the people fiir poorer than in tho gold . If fn-- coinage standard UniNsl StuK-rtwill raise wages, why has it uotdonu so where it has been iu force for many years? A There is 110 evidence that any considOrTKH -- In order o ret Into erable number of American workmen more heiuts, new subscribers who ia fiO On. nro worrying beennso their wuges are before. June jo will receive the Wety Commerpaid in dollars which havo a high pur- cial Osteite from dste of subscripUtto July !, chasing power. But if auy of them Published to should ls inclined to follow their blind reach readers every Tuetdsy mornltinen time ol at anlstance ot joo rns day leaders into tho swamp of financial dis- publicaticn. the aster and bankruptcy they huvo only to It is elg htoldirt fsmily newspspeni the West. has psc.es ot eight column ch, filled wlib the isost impnrtannews of the ask, "What isthooonditionof tho workand just ers in silver standard countries us com- world Additss w at lh family firrse nest pared with those of tho United States?" COMMLKCIAI. GA7ETK CO , s, la-l- Doctors Adopt th 30 Day Plan. rxv-siti- i . I I "THE OLD RELIRBLE 1 wngi-sun- pros-jxrit- Km-coinag- o Cincinnati Weekly Commecial Vi. Gazette 50 Cents a Tear. h 1 1 cecr-psct- ly in-o- )s Klectrocutlun by Frre Colnae. Cicnnatt, O. THE CINCINNAT DAILY AND M'NDAY LOUIStVILLC 4 NAtHVIlLg R. R. It the hoe for you, MaV;cloi as it he?" replied: "So, he don't, no lives up the walley acrost the river. I usetcr Hvo near LOUISVILLE And OINOINNATJ him, tell me an' him hed words an' fell For all points. out. You sec, Pete he was wonderful THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH .smart, an' I was no match fer him. My For any information ejqulr of place almost jined his, nn' he mawrled JOKS.IUCE. Agent. me sister. He knowed a heap, did Pete, Stanford, JCy an' hed read most of the books they is. You uns 'ud hev enjoyed talkln' to him, you would, fer he'd traveled a lot in his younger days, an hed a good edjur-catioOnly Duect Lite Between I An' at music, nedginsl Cincinnati quickest between kin feci that old fiddle erf hia'n Shortast.and Ftankfort, Georgetown and Paris, thoo me yit. It jest mode you all Wuo when he played fiorrerful pieces. Ho Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthiana, thot a heap of thet fiddle, he did. Ah! Falmouth and Oovinjrton. Aak tot ticketa via Kentucky Midland. Trains but I tell you they is few men like Pete Double Dally Trains connections at Sopcr seated himself beside me and Ey. Midland R'y, and Frankfort n. Siders!" "How did you ever happen to part with No. t. No. 3. No. 7. this paragon, Sam?" I asked. TRAINS EAST. a. n. p. 8u p. m. "Paragone," he repeated, sadly. "I Lvsj Franklort A 6 55 00 4 05 so never heard him called thet. Mebbe he 418 Elkhora... ............ 7 c8 " Stamping li round 7 37 437 a148 v.bb one, fer he was most everything. " GeorfetownB... 7 43 4 33 13 How did we hev words. Hawgs; jest Arr. C S. Depot 3 00 7 50 " Pari ..C....... 8 30 3 33 4 a few hawgs done it. Sometimes I TRAINS WEST. No. t. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. think it was my fault, an on them days p. m. when I low Fm to blame I alius intend a. m. p. m. a. m. C Lva Paris 5 SI 4 35 9 30 to go over to his place an' make tip. But 6 33 10 aa C. 8. Depot 6 40 I've never b'en able to git off at them " Georgetown B 10 40 6 36 5 45 M Sump's Gro'd 10 38 6 34 7 a; times; an when I kin git off I alius " Klkhorn 11 t6 7 55 7 It 8 13 blame Pete an' callate he kin come to Ait Frankfort A... 11 30 7 S3 eee me." SUNDAY TRAINS. "It must have Lav Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort trouble?" said I. been a very serious 11 to a.m. Leave Frankfort 35 p. m. arrire Georgetown "Hawga, he replied. "N'awthln' but $ st p. m. a few mean pigs. Youaeelwoslivin'up Tava Kentucky Midland Railway and connects sws form the shortest and cheapest route to all thcro three summers ago, I modo jeeiota South, East, North and West. 'rangements with Hiram Bender, who ..For further information apply to their agents. C. D. HERCAW, 6n. Pass. Agent.. my place, fer him to GKO. B. HARPER, Rec'r & Gen.Sup hed a farm close be let me hev three young hawgs In SepFrankfort Kv tember. I 'tended to fatten 'em up an' butcher 'em when it come cold. One day,incorn.buskin'time, I goes oyer to niram's to git 'em. When I asi him fer 'em, he looks at me surprised like, an' sals, sals he: 'Why, Sam, Pete Siders got them pigs. He tol' me you sayd he was to git 'em an' you'd pay me fer 'em, ez you owed him fer his hevin helped you three days in the winter.' ICURES NOTHING BUT PILES' I waa jest knocked. woods lastPete was I knowed hard up, fer he'd kinder be'n layin' on A SURE and CERTAIN CURE all summer, but I never tho't thet of known for IB vears as the I never let BEST REMEDY for PILES. him. right over toon to Hiram, but jest went Tete's place. I found M7UB IT ATX, m7430ITi. thet he'd gone an killed them beasts, W.. IT. MOW. an turned 'em into butcherin's. When run by Central Standard Time. Time Table April 19, 1806. 1 M 1 ik 4 TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE OINTMENT llllU D said: "Pete, I think Til go over the river Bad si TaaUi sf Stiver. to live agin, ter I 'low I ww to blame. The SL Paul Globe (Dora. ) has this 'low you was, too, 8am," mumbled "I Demthe other, taking the proffered hand. explanation of why South Dakota' 'They : "But I don't bear you no spite." N. Y. ocrats declared for sound money a silver havo had a foretaste of whut livening Sun. basis is. Out of tho discontent with the hard conditions that attend the opening A Horns Throat. Tlio other day a young man from of a new state there was evolved a rulo London arrived in a northern city, and of Populism. It was pledged to free wishing to let his friends m the Bouth coinage, with other heretical ideas of know of his safe arrival, bo went to state policy. The investors who had a post office (not tho chief one), and in- loaned the money with which tho prairquired if he could semi a telegram di- ies were subdued lecamo nlarmetL They rect from the office, and how long it felt their securities unsafe in such a would take. The young lady waa in- Btate. They withdrew their loans and clined to be snubbish, and cut Bhort refused new ones. Tho cmlit of tho his inquiries with: "I am not paid to etuto went down. Iu loss degree that answer silly questions." Her face happened which will universally come blanched wonderfully, however, when Bhoald this nation go to a silver basis. she found herself compelled to wire the Tho experience opened thoir eyes to tho following message: "Arrived safe. result of free coinage." Girls here ugly nnd bad tempered.' Frwe. Hllvar und Nudity. Titbits. -- It certainly nmls no argument to CininnsM, O. demonstrate the truth of tho proposition that if two dollars aro issued, ono worth 60 cents und tho other 100 cents, tho CO cent dollar will bo the only dollar in circulation, and tho 100 cent dollar will be hoarded by tho banks and individuals New Lint II twetn Clncinnsti, until tho wholo volume of such ourrency entirely dlsuppeurs. This law is of universal application und lias its origin in human nature itself. No debtor owing a change," Solid Trains, 100 would dischurgo that indebtedness Tho agents of tho silver Moral. Fast Time, in tho mora valuable of two moneys. mine owners aro making a big mistako Ho river. tho cheapExcellent Equipment. try to fool tho farmers into er would surely mako uso of It was tho when they When Sam Soper recovered consciousand retuin tho dearer. ness a half an hour later he asked for believing that the use of a bulkier metal knowledge of this law that guided tho Inaugurated May 24. THE SCHEDULE, his brother-in-laand as Siders sank to measure values would double the fathers in fixing tho ratio in tho beginLva. Cincinnati 9,1s, to, 900 a.m. into a chair at his bed side be lie Id out quantity of wealth to bo measured. ning at 15 to 1. Hon. J. C. Burrows. Arr. Toledo. .. .... 315 p.m. 1 j. m. W. his hand and Iron Pipe, which for many years supplied all tho needs of his household und barnyard Ono day an agent for a Koky Mountain Iron Foundry came along and urged tho farmer to throw uway the Pipe which hud proved so satisfactory and buy ono 30 inches in diameter. "I perceive," ho said, "that your Frown t Pipe is entirely too narrow for the amount of Wuter iu tho Spring. If you will uso our Big Pipe, you will have twice as much Water as you get now. " "It is true, " replied tho fnnner, "that my Pipo is smaller than tho Spring, but its it now carries ull the Water that rises in the Spring, I can't see how a bigger Pipo would make more Wuter. Tho quantity of Water delivered through a Pipo depends a good doul ou tho rapidity of the circulation. If I wore to tear up tho Pipo I am using in order to pnt yours in, it would cost mo n lot of money for no purpose, and I would bo so much worse off. I guess I won't mako A Fuble For Farmer, Tiller of tho Soil, having occasion to bring Water a long durance from a Spring, used for that purMso u Two-incA h rfiMMnffil'iT'ffli11 out'ii'iiuuifljii null 1 f' . In Conoral Newt, Volitlr., , rier at ltllrrUiiti, dltittrotiou, It Leads (3otli., CiMlorlolitattcr ittiovlirt trportw. fV Them Al Uj ; Gold Will lie Hoarded. For ssle at all news stands snd dtlrred by carmi cents per wiek y days. II y msil, includinc Sundsy.. ........ 5 per month per month Ity mall, omitnnc Hundar.. Saturday, daily M j per year .. buoday loixryrar. COMMERCIAL GAZETX CO., 1 "Big Fou?" .lift Toledo and Detrot. ' a Arr. Detroit OOLD Through coachea snd parlor cars on day alns. Which Bide Ars Voa Oat Con-naRTaJIDAKD Through coaches, Wagner Bleeping Cars STANDARD O0UN- - BILVBU to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit obight TRIES. COUMTMISS. .5 43 P . 6 11. m. il United Statu. England. Franco. Germany. Kuwda. Belgium. Denmark. Holland. Norway. Kwisltn. Austriiflluneury. (Switzerland. China. Japan. India. Persia. Mexico, Central America. I'eru. Ecuador. Bolivia. trains. No service between Cincinnati, Toledo at Detroit is AS GOOD AS OUK NEW YORK INK, AS HOOD AS OUK CHICAGO LIE, AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOU1H LIE. your ticketa through via "lllg Four." Iiuy For lull information call on agents cr addrss K. O. McCORMACK, D. II. MARTI!, Pass. Tratbc Mgr. Gen. Pass. A Tkt,A, " s .1 Eeypt. Turkey. Brnill. AuvtrMlia. Canada. Chile. The above uao noth-ailvTho nbovo use gold, and paper In lng hut Hilvcr and Kju.il parta, has- - per baml on dilvur. No k'old. ed on gohl. A 49 1 Scientific American Agency for Free Bllver Object TLcMon. Tho farmer in an interior Pennsylvania town who kept his silver dollars hoarded in a lard kog, and found, after they had been struck by lightning, that People who havo lived in Mexico cny ho hod a mess of fused silver on bis The bus.' tess port'on of St. refers that if wo adopt the free coinage of di- bands worth only G8 per cent of its vms ft'iiciHy t'r.rmiged by Are ver wo must prepare to do as most of former valuation as coin, had a fino obr,-- ,r in lJVr. '.v In" c breeding the Mexicans do go without clothes. ject lesson in tho beauties of the free tLouisville Tims, silver doctrine, Philadelphia Bulletin. $5,-1)0- m Hi TsTsm HHL HsttHV wm sas Mtniiiit gmxtii Lanest circulation of any world, ."SJ11. For Information and f ree Handbook to MUNN ft CO.. set UaoiUWAT. Niw Yow Oldest bureau for scouring patent In Ames. Every patent taken out by u Is brought bed the publlo by notloe given freo o( charge ist nnavainuva H write OISIQM PATIMTl TRADaT eaAmttm OlVIaTt, I ma year: aelenUfla paper ti BplendUlly tlloatrated. Nolotelltt lUut It, BSJ LS0 atx motiUis. AddrsM, MUKfTX . VvtUtuwaM, SCI Uroadway, New York. CHJ 7 J' MSM iiMl-WEfc- U !NTFWOdi!UHiM. 8TAJroRD, Ky Jlni: 12, 189(5 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Youbliould tako your prescriptions to PennyV ilrun Htoro where prompt nnd UCCtltHtO HtTVll't in UIHHHIltt'(l PKIISOXAL J'UIXTS. Mine A.NNitijiiAhKHiHKt Crab Orclmrd Spring. Miih Anns 'aii.ky left Tuesday to Lex-hiKto- visit it'lntivtH in Minpouri. Ml mi LiiLiuMrCJoiiMACK went to ii Wednesday to visit Irlemle. und 'children, of Mns.L H. Somerset, aro violliiiK nt Mr. Joe II. KouI'h. IUv. A. V. Sizkmom: commencement oxerclBtH collego. Mk K. G. of attended the Georgetown Ward and (Htnlly, of Lanparsed through to Loudon Wedcaster, nesday. MiHflica Mamix anii Lvtie Hliiod, of Lexington, are visiliuK Mre. George B. Wearen. MktBHfl. H. F. GoonxHnd John Bailey, of the Turneruvillo vicinity, are down with fever. Uxtkutivx W. V. Pknn, of Lebanon, waa hero yesterday moving around mysteriously. Mii8 litbsiK Mknifrb returned from school at Chicago Friday in fine health nnd spirits. Mil JammG Uahdik, of Monticello, spent several days with his brother, Mr. Mark Hardin. Mh. GkOMiB II. Wooheo.v, tlie merchant prince, of Kldd'a Store, waa in town Wednesday. Mies OotaviaSi.kmohk went to Clinton, Tenii., Tuesday ninht to vinit her brother and aider. Mhh. J. II. McAlihtfh returned from a protracted visit to relatives in Madison nd Jessamine. Mh. anhMks. S. 1. Sr.uio went to jyOiiiHville Wednesday to spend a wwek with Mr. and Mrs. JameH T. Carson. Mks. J. K. Fakhih, of Stanford, and Mrs. Mattle Friable, of Lancaster, are gueetaof Mrs. W. 0. Price. Advocate. Dits. J. F. Fkvton nnd Steele Hailey are attending the meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Society at Lebanon. .Kb v. H J . I'iNKiaiToN, of Central Christian College, Hustonville, was down Tuesday and left an order for catalogues with this oilice. Mu. J. H.Hauoiiman is working the mountain towns in the interest of the Stanford Holler Mills. His wife is accompanying htm. Mus Isaiui.la Hailky is on the pro gram lor b violin solo at'the elocutionary entertainment nt Walton's Opera House next Friday night, 10th. n, Miss Laimia Hklm is quite sick. Mks. China .McAfkb is very sick. Miss Kmylknk Alkxa.ndkh is visiting relatives at Burgln. Mu. Abiii.ky Lillaiii), of St Louis, iR on a visit to relatives here. Mibh Maiiy HkiohtIh spending a few days with tlio MisieB (livens at Givens Switch. Mrts. J. A. Minn and children return ed yesterday from a protracted visit to Bonnievillo. Miw. B. C. Pk.n.nyhackkh nnd Mrs. Travers, of Kingsvilie, were hero shopping yesterday. .Mm Pkaiil CoLMhit, who hns been visiting Mies Susie Lesley, returned to Crab Orchatd yesterday. Mu Bkn Lktc iikii, of New York, pnss-e- d through yesterday to LmiCHster to visit his sister, Mrs. Kilen Owsley. Msmhs. H.T. Ucsit an.l J. S. Hocko went over to Lexington to see J. Richard Bush and W. S. Hocker graduate. Mu. Wilmam Fikld, of Livingston, was here yesterday with his cousin, F A. Bogart, of Cedar Point, 0 , who kbh returning homo. Missus Maikiaiut Mason, of Lancaster, and Lyna Atkinson and Minerva Letcher, of Henderson, were guests at Mr. M. S. Baughman's. Mns K. J. Lylkh, of Nashville, looking as young and protty hs she did when she was Miss Anne Cook, Arrived yesterday to visit her sisters here. MKtsiis. J. F. Cummins, P. M. McKob-ert- s, U. L Davison, J F. Hay, J. T. Ter- A mu lino of shoes at Farria A Harbot- din's. tom price. Fiii'iT to vn: ox Tin: scaffold. mmbRHhUMH Bituminous and cannel nut coal, Try It. Noel A Son. 9 and jelly ulnssen at cheap at Farris A Hnrdin'H. They were bought before the rise. Tiik picture of Aunt Paulina Francis, of this county, said to he the oldest woman iu the Stnte, appeared in Tuesday's Louisville Times. Sho never married. Bio Gi,Ats. G. Messrs. J. L. Totten, K. Jonts and John M, Stono were yes- terday putting in HiggiiiB A McKinney's large pinto k'lass windows. They Bre of the finest plato and measure Si by 'M inches. m the Morelaud Sunday-schowill give a supper at the church there, on Friday night next, the 10th, for the benefit of the church. All are cordially invited to come and hdp in the of ol Tiie ladies good cause. A Bio Onk. Mr. Walter Greening, of HtiHtouville, who was here attending court this week, tells us that ho is burning n brick kiln which haa in it over 250,-00- 0 bricks. Ho evidently expects Hustonville to boom in tho near future. Photoohai'IIkk A. J. Kaht haa just received au instrument with which he can take a picture as quick as lightning and will get one of the congregation and Knights at tho Pythian services at Wal ry. Thomas Ferrill. Georue Gentrv and ton's Opera House Sunday afternoon. others attended tho convention at Nich- Tiik timtiagerH aesert that tho elocu olasville yesterday. tionnr) ciiiteet at Walton's Opera House, nextIr.Hy night, 10th, will be one of ClTVAXUVJClXITr. glitti Mug brilliancy and tho biggest thing of th kind yet held in Central KenBelt buckles nt cost. Danks. tucky. Nino young ladies, representing Stkhli.no hall cull links nt Danka'. that number of towns and colleges, tako part in it, and ns tickets nto being orderCahuiaoic paint. Craig it Hocker. " ed by mail rapidly from a distance already, an unusually large crowd is exWatch guards. All colors.. UankB. " pected. Pricte as usual, 50 and 75 cents. Suhoical supplied. Craig k Hocker. Reserved seats on sale at tho drug store of W. B. McRoherts. WAisTsets, opera chains, etc. Danka. m Pockkt knives at cost Bt Craig er's. V. Hock' FiiriT Jars and Jell) Glasseaat War ren & Shanks'. Fly Traps and Taugle Foot Fly Paper at Warren & Shanks'. prices. PiiKH'itirrioN work done nt lowest cash " Craig k Hocker. ex- Ki.vley, the carnage painter, is an pert in his line. Get his prices. - ltoiiAX L'OO "From tho Desert," a book of Borax receipts free nt Craig A Hock-er's- . Vou can't allord to miss getting boiuo of thosti beautiful silks nt --' 1c on Sever- ance A Son's Iteinnant Counter. " Hoi. The young gentlemen are going graduates present and enjoyed an elegant banu.net at the Gilcher House. Miss Maky P. iIaiiiiis, who occupies the chair of Art and Elocution at the College and has proved herself a most amiable nnd accomplished lady, left Tuesday night for her home at Abingdon, Vn. During her stay here bIio has innde a host of friends, who wish her a pufo return after a pleasant sojourn with the lovod ones at home. Mibb Emma Mautin, presiding teacher at tho college, loft with the Cave excursionists yesterday. Alter exploring the wonders of tho "hole in the ground" she will go to her homo at Gallatin, Tenn., taking with her tho plaudits of tho patrons of the school and the good wishes of everybody. She is an elegant lady and a splendid teacher, and her engagement (or next session is hailed with satisfaction by all of the friends of the institution. Miss Maby Cowkh left yesterday to spend the vacation at her homo in 0. The end of her second aeeslon hero finds this most excellent lady and talented musician, enshrined in many hearts, that have learnod to love her for tier maay charming traits, not the least of which is her willingness always to use her gift of fioug when asked to do so for A church service or entertainments. heartv welcome awaits her when after three months with the folks at homo, she roturnB to her newly mado friends. Oait. W. H. Kibiiy has been promoted to a passenger ruu between Lexington and Maysville and will take chnrge Monday. Capt. Phil Price will likely take Mr. Klrby's run between this place and Richmond, but it ia not yet known who will succeed Mr. Price. During Capt. Klrby's four years' sojourn here he and his estimable family have made a legion of friends who will learn with deep regret of his intended doparture. No bettor roan lives than the genial captain and were it left to him Stanford would be his borne always. He will move bla lamlly to Lexington in a few weeks. to give n big hop nt Walton's Opera Misa MaiiV Koiikhtbo.v, of Klizabeth-towwas here Wednesday for b few House next Wednesday night, ISth. lnurs. She was on her way to LancasTiik weather continues seasonable and ter to vlelt Miss Hllen Owsley. crops are spreading themselves. "Fair Fhok. W. G Lackry returned WedFriday, stationary tempernesday from Kliznbethtown, where he Ho tells us ho was ature." ha been teaching. What's tho matter with trimming up oho of the few sound money men in Haryard? The the trees iu the court-hous- e din county Kkv. and Mils. J. T. SiiAiuiAiii) and clock can not be seen except from n few Tiik Stanford Female College MamDr. and Mrs. 0 A. Cox have gone to points as it is. moth Cave excursion left in a special car Bell county in Capt. O. P. Fly's hotel in Mf.aslkh. Dr. J. K. VnnArsdale is de- at 3:15 a.m. yesterday, numbering 20, search of health. They took along their serving of the sympathy of tho entire and aro ns followt: Mrs. Nannie baulley, fishing tackle. Ho hns seven cases of Misses Pearl Burnside, Bessie Bumside. I)n. W. N Ohaio went to Danville community. measles of at his house. Dell Sauiley, Nannie YnnDeveer, Marie Wednesday to attend a reunion of the class of lbOI. There were ninoof the ID Try J. II. Baughman A Co.'s cooking Warren, Jennie Nowland, Emma Lee A HA.MisoMK young matron of our city whilst trundling her baby in its buggy along a thoroughfare Wednesday met a nnd friend she had not one time seen since her girlhood, Dr. J. T. recognizing him, she greeted him and cordially observed. ' You don't remember me?" "Oh, yes, I do," he replied, when she proudly pointed to the baby, informing tho friend of defective vision "That is my baby." "Your grandchild, you mean," was the blundering shock the voung mother received, having been honestly mistaken for her handsome mother. Bio Buhinkbs at Mokblam). Mr. J. E Carter, of Morelaud, sends ub the follow ing which will give an idea of tho amount of shipping done nt that point. "During the month of May, 15 car loads of lumber, two carloads of tan bitrk, two car loads hoop poles, one car load hay, one car load wool, one car load corn, one car IohiI of staves, 19 car loads of stock, h t re shipped. Tho lumber might be estimated at 1150 per enr or more. From five to 15 men work on the yard daily at an average of 75 cents per day, and out of all this business we never see a piece of gold coin itn oil silver." t Bohon-Promptl- Martin, Jennie Pettus, Fannie Shanks, Allio Woodson, Lucy Chancellor, Lena deIVynp, Angie and Flora Ballon, Isabel Bailey, Mary Bruconnd Messrs. B. ChanTiik Mission Hand which was to give a cellor, G. A. McRoberte, Albert Severnice program next Sunday afternoon has ance, Jesse Traylor, John Bright, Jr., S. had to postpone it till Sunday afternoom W. Menefee, Harry Baughman, John S. Wells, O. E. Tate, Rowan Sauiley and Juno 111, on account of measles. Shelton Sauiley. A Mkhcbh county farme' who was o Tub following is telegraphed from very enthusiastic free silverite has gone back on the doctrine since a banker in Richmond: "Mrs. 0. O. McOlure, wife Harrodaburg refused to give him 10 sil- of n prominent stock trader, died at her home, near Paiut Lick, Tuesday, from au ver dollars for a gold dollar. overdose of corrosivo sublimate, takeni William Fields haa sold to II. W. it is believed, with suicidal intent. For stock of goods some time sho had been suffering from Bowmtm his store-roodwelling at Livingston for 1,500 and nervous prostration. She leaves a husand says that as Boon aa he winds up hia band and large family of children." Mrs. business he is going to return to Lincoln McOluro had beeu under treatment of county and buy a farm. Dr. J. G. Carpenter for some time, and a W. 13. McKoberts' big safe few days ago that gentleman received a The lock on Baying that alio wouldn't work Tuesday morning and it letter from her husband was doing as well aa could be expected. was necessary to cut a large pioce out of She was a daughter of Mr. Al Skinner, the door to open it. Mr. John B. a sister of did the work very much like a man formerly of Hustonville, and Mr. D. II. Skinner, of that section. beforo. who had been there Dkdut Party. Misa Anna Gover gave At a Negro dance near Moroland n a delightful party Wednesday night, at few nights ago Georgo McCormack dis- tho home of her father, Mr. J. F. Gover, puted with Scott Shelby nnd shot him. nearTurnersvilie. Shots just budding His aim was poor, however, and tho ball into beautiful womanhood, and it was struck his brother, Ben McCormack, in known as her debut party. Those pres the shoulder, inflicting a painful wouud. ent from Stanford wore Miss Ethyl Beaz- ley and Messrs. E. II., J. L. and J. A. Tub Izaak Waltons hereabouts are try- Beazley, George Dunn, George Farrie, ing to effect an organization for the pur- Oharlio Green and S. W. Menefee; from pose of stockiug the reservoir with Osb HuBtonville, Misses Snllie and Burnette and using it at their ploasuro for fishing. Pinkerton, Mary Adams, Pearl Rose, The Stanford Water, Light A Ice Co., Kate Baughman, Mary Carpenter, Jessie haB olffered to consider such a proposiPowell and Annie Johnson and Messrs. tion from a club composed of reputable .Burdett Powell, Jerry and Sid Adams, citizens. James Clarkson, June Hocker, Will Huff may consol- man, A. L. Lafon, Eugene Carpenter, "Lancastkh and Stanford idate and hold a one day's fair." Rich- Roy Rose, Jones Baughman and G. 0. mond Pantagraph. Tnis is news to us. Johnson; from McKlnnoy, Misses FlorStanford has no Idea of having a fair and ence Tanner and Mary CaBh; Louisville, doesn't want one. It's right funny MiBses Lena Uudgings and Annie Arm though to think of our having to call on strong. A delightful repast was enjoyed Lancaster to help us out on a one day at 11 o'clock. Misa Ethyl Beazley assisted the pretty hostess in entertaining, . concern. Excuse us. coals. They are best and cheapest. tuminous nut 10o., Cannol nut 1 Ic, livered at jour house. Bi- m f Mer-aho- n m in Anthony Alcorn, the Patricide, Sentenced to Death. Circuit Court. Judge Saafloy extended tho term one week, which will make four, and changed tho day of tho tril of John Murphy for shooting Frank Ellis to Juno 21th, on account of his attorney, Hon. John W Yerkes, being compelled to go to the National republican convention. The caBongainst John Beldon for maliciously shooting nnd wounding Bryant Wilcher waa dismissed, because of the inability to get Wilcher to appear. An effort will made to have him hero next court to punish him for contempt. Sam Curtisland the other Walnut Flat NegroeH, .'charged with beating young Miller, were acquitted. Dick EvanB, Owsley Evans, William Brown and Miller BroadduB plead guilty to breaking into nnd robbing W P Tate'a store and were given i'o years each. Owsley Evans and Brown also plead guilty to stealing goous from S. II Shanks and were given five years. Dick Evans wns thought to be implicated iu this steal, but was acquitted at his trial Miller Broaddus was indicted by Dick Evans on the same charge and if he is found guilty he will get 10 years aa prescribed by the statutes. His trial is set for Monday. Dick JEvnns and Will Brown are indicted jointly for breaking into M. S. Baughmnn's blacksmith shop and stealing tools and Will Brown for Btealing goods from J. H. Kirby, but the dates of their trials have not yet been set The grand jury adjourned Wednesday afternoon after returning 25 indictments, the smallest number for years. William For your boy not being Dressed Up. Chesterfield was indicted for forgery; Win. Thurmond for sodomy; Hardin SLnif afBeldeu and Henry Kitta for breach of VVU U.L UL ivJlA, ',U JU" V the peace. J. II. Carte' nnd Henry Hester caught it in three cases each for selling whisky illegally. Will Brown was brought in Wednes5 to 14 years. day, nnd had decided to plead guilty to tho third indictment, clmrging him with A Good Suit with two pair pants, 5 to 14 years at the burglary at J. LI. Kirby's.when Judge to $4.50. Saufley explained to him thnt a third of a felonv carried a life senconviction He then reconsidered, tence with it. e nnd being unable to employ a lawyer, the Court appointed Hon. R C. Warren to defend him The law bb to lffe sentence for b third conviction haa heretofiST The Pants are known as the "Never Rip" Pants, fore been construed to mean for convictions for crimes committed after the first and second terniB, but lawyers tell us that itappliea as well in cases where the convictions are ull at one court. At any rate, Brown and party are done for for years to come, nnd if further burglnrieB Jj Dealers in Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes and Clothing, are committed here, tho officers will have to look for new hands. Stanford, Ky. Georgo Middleton whs acquitted of the charge of attempting to detain Miss Pearl Cabell aa she was returning at night from church at Rowland. He proved very clearly that ho mistook the young lady in the darkness for the mulatto cook of Mr. B. II. Dnnke, who was produced in court and corroborated his Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet assertion that ho had promised to "set Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock 'em up" the first chance be got. It was and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. never believed by many from the firef Middleton had any criminal intent. that Except that ho is fond of liquor, he is a good man, and generally one of the most deferential of darkies to whita people. Stanford is nt last to have a hanging, Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at Anthony Alcorn, Jr., the negro boy who Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. called his father out the other night and shot him to death, plead guilty yesterday G. and a jury soon fixed tho penalty at hanging. Ho deserves it if ever a criminal did. He is just 17 years old. When asked what he thought of the verdict, he said he reckoned it waa all right, but he thought tkey would put him in tho penitentiary for life, and didn't think they If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before ought to hang him, but be added,"Thank making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and pri-ceGod, I am ready for anything." These are tho names of the jurors who Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $$ to 15. took less than 10 minutes to decide Alcorn's fate: G. W. Spangler.W. T. Smith, V. S. Faigley, J. N. Vanhook, Will Sam Holman, George D. Hopper, In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. George McKinney, "Win. Perkins, G. L. Special inducements to Cash Buyers. Carter, J. M. McRobertsand J, J. Spears. Col. T. P. Hill plead for a life sentence, but it was no go, and Alcorn's neck must feel the halter draw. The doomed boy grew very nervous when he was returned to jail and prayed fervently for some time. He says bis "Pap" had frepuently threatened to kill him. When asked about the killing be said he had been in bed for some time, when all of a sudden he felt like he ought The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light to kill the old man and got his gun and and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best of did so. He walked nearly three miles all to hia father's house. Following is the Kentucky statute regulating executions: Persons sentenced to suffer death shall be hung by the neck until dead by the Call and see sheriff of the county or other person des- Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. ignated by the court, at such time as the court shall order, nnd the execution shall take place in some enclosure convenient to the prison where the defendant is And Most Durable Stove Made. confined, in the presence of not more fifty persons, ten of whom may bo than designated by the court rendering the judgment, and the remainder by the Bneriff executing it. No feosball be charged to any person to witness the execution. The time fixed for the execution shall not be less than 20 nor more than 00 days after the sentence is pronounced, unless the public peace and safety, in the opinion of tho court, require a shorter time. The expense of the execution and burial shall bo paid out of tho treasury. The sheriff shall be alIs Receiving his lowed 50 for hanging. The trial of John Shields for cutting John Green occupied the court's attention last afternoon and was at 5 o'clock Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. given two years in the penitentiary. GRINDING THEIR AXES. NO EXCUSE Ynn Tan Rni a Cnnr! - "Ul " 7Fir $1.25 to S3- 53-5- 0 Boys' Knee Pants, 5 to 14 years, 25c to 75c. "a Severance & Son, PENNY'S DRUG STORE Penny's Drag Sore L. PENNY, Executor. CLOTHING! CLOTHING I s. Alex-ande- r, Can Not Be Excelled, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. The Insurance. THERE IS NO DANGER. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. C. KUPLEY, HFflE MERCHANT TAILOJH SPRIN(B ANB BUMMER macswBztKCc: tUlla and (toaapt and polite service to guest. prices. Tty our horte thoer. J'rlcrs Would Advituco. good and I feel scry thankful for i ." . H.;Shanks, fctanford; For sale by Craig it Hocksr, Stanford, Ky. Let those fanners wlto believe free J5.Owsley, Stanford; HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, THK St Paul. silver will cause the prices of farm Denver. S.J. Embry, Stanford; Motheiawill find Cliamhcrlam's Lmigh Remeproducts to advauco ask themselves this J. B. Owsley, Stanford; dy especially valualle for croup and whoopintf simple question, Will freo silver causo cough It will give prompt relief, and is aafe and J.r" Casb, Stanford; WUllam Gooch,rSunlord; Wheat to advance to$ 1 u bushol, or corn pleasant. We Ime sold it for several years, and Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan MutuA' mf;"p",', to SO cents a bushel, aud not cnusoa $10 it hs Lever failed to give the moat perfect al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit, Mich., can M,UeJeiJU, O. W. Richardi, Duquesne, Pa. write you all tbe most favorable plans ol Intur unit of clothes to advauco to $20, or n For sale by Craig A Ilocker, Stanford, Ky. F. BARKER, Proprietor, old reliable Central 8.i.8iuk.,,p,T;E,unim,n,':P"-h'"- ,'J. anct. He aito represents the $1 bat to $2? Can it bo posaiblo that Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky,, and will Or.y.iB. Owsley, Cash!.,, liberal sharr of your patron?. Arnica Somerset, - - Kentucky. The bestDucklln'a the world Salve bruiiest any intelligent farmer beliovcs freo silAtGreentip, a eoranambuliet grab- be glad lo havetoa cooler all the lavor that can jo Will be teady w M. lalvt in for cuts, prodHtlht.Tller. advance-Dne and wis given by any warehouse. Liberal cash the m t bed bis Bleeping sores, ulcers, salt rhtura, fever sore tetter, chap- ver will advauco the prico of tho .Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. made on consignments, both in ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skiu eruption, ucts of his labor and not tho prico of roof when tbe and countrr. I will be it Stanford everv about to throw biiu olTthe Kasacdeltd and refurnished throughout. Large at positively cure pile, or no pay xepmred. It Is tho products of overy other man's lnbor hogsheads, prizes or i luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money owner of the houan luckily put in an ap- court day. Paitie wanting- at I'aint Lick, Ky. HIDES. BA Commodious Sample Rooms. money should address me Henderson (Ky. ) Sun. refunded. per Be sure to call for MononjRoute. The ladies' aid pociety of the ChrisIluslncM 1'Mrnlyiotl by Free Cnlnngn Agi- Isacandidtle for Ccngress in this, the Eighth """Dentist. District, subject to th action ot the Ilemociatii. tian church will meet Saturday after- riUCES OF ALL. CO;'D ADVANCED HFTV tation. Friday p.:r. r.. published Every Tuesday and yarty. Tho Wooden and Willow Waro Trade noon with Mrs. J. 0. Hemphill. AT Stmt THF. DEAKHST IN TOWN. Review of April 10 offers tho following Rev. F. M. Uill conducted tho eerri-ce- a P3CK. YICA.lt IX jViDVVNCJt W. S. PKYOK Oflics over McKoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley explanation for tho cause of tho present at the holiness meeting on Monday DRY G00D3. CLOTHING, HATS. HOOTS. not .opaid S2.60 will be charged." llullding. Is a candidate for Judge of tho Court of Aprx'sN OKOCmilES AND H.l:D.AKE AT HIGHER unsatisfactory business conditions: Preshyterian church. night at the for this district, subject to the will ol tbo democV.VZIX HEFOltK. All business is dono by the medium racy. Fatterson continues quite ill, PRICES THAN JudR9 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. of tho existing measure of value. If also Mrs. J. G. Sweeney, Mrs. Elizabeth l"v i"--l' V EVERYTHING MARKED UP Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. ra., and 3:05 Smith and Sirs. J. V. West, near Poin SAMUEL 211. OWENS thero aro any doubts about tho future of IF ANY LINE OF GOODS IS TOO CHEAP that measure, commerce gradually app.m., returning at 4:30 p. in., and 9:0; p. ra. Is a candidate forShcriffof Lincoln County, sub- Leavell. FOR OCR CUSTOMERS. A DISCOUNT OF " .2 proaches ft standstill. When tho Sher- Ject to the action of the democratic party - I Wedi Mrs. F. L. Austin entertained L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. TEN TER CENT YILL HE ADDED 1 WK5S?Saw &$&gs&3mi man silver law was repealed, confidence in honor dining No. 14, Train going North - ta 37P m nesday at a sumptuous WE GUARANTEE THAT AKT'UEfl JAMES II. in tho future began to return, and it No, 6. Keep you y on the l'ae Fence See Huff ...3131a of her cousin, Mr. Cooper Dunn, of BOUGHT FIUMl LS WILL COST MOUETHAN ' South No. s, 1104 pm bo taken Is n candidate for Sheriff nt Lincoln County sub- Dud.leiar, J I. Dawson, J It Ilnght. K, Cobb, TnE SAME QUALITY CAN HE HAD FOR was expect ul that steps would " J . No. ij, 103pm the action of tho demociatic party Your Kd Carter. It Chancrli' r and others who have usto remedy thoiovils of tho currency sys- ject to is ciuncWly solicited G A I'KYlON'.eJtanr rd, Ky. ed If. support Mies Dorcus McCullum.of this coun ELSEWHERE. CRESCENT. QUEEN Agent for Lincoln Cuutity. 9S )n tem under which tho business of tho A Lot of W'omon'it Hiitis Former ty, was found to ho of unsound mind Prlco Jd.W, Now OuIiir nt 17. country has liecii ojierntiiig. Stimulated Trains pas Junction City as follow a: here Wednesday and will bo sent to the Uot (Sugar Sold nt Other Storos for 0 cents by this view, some business men launchHo. 1 South 11.07 p m Ko a North ..3 4i p ra For Found, Our " cent. " 3 4 ..1.00 p m asylum at Lexington, SHELBY & SHELBY, 11.091m ed new enterprises nnd started up (.Id Ono H.vyt " j " ..3 is a m it 3? am " 6 ' ' And see the new Hat at MisDudderai's Tem- It is rumored that one of Lancaster's Each. Hundred SuitOnly 12.Clothing, Cot W.G5 ones. Thero was an appearance of a re8 3S P m " 10 .6 00 a m " SncritlcvU nt 9 New I.egon, mw ol Fashion this week Livery, Kqunlly IHjj Advunoo In Frlco of All Otlior vival in business a year ago. Notk. Nos 4 and 5 and a and 10 run no fur rising youug ministers will soou lead to 'anamss all the new l'crslan effect In Kioers goods but l.ow Prices City. All trains stop there. Goods In Stock. Handsome her than Junction hymen's altar a fair and winsome bride. When, however, it vus found that and Ribbons. done in trie latest tttlc ami on short Dress making Como Early and Avoid tho Rush, a Thin UnM D. 1)1 DDKKAK. thero was a small baud of men, whoso notice. Wait for the particulars. paralleled Sulo Will Only Last Two Weeks City, - Kentucky. MltS. KAIK 1)1 DPKKAK. whole future was based upon securing Ad octogenarian living near I'aint All person who prefer to buy door goods, tho freo coinngo of silver by the United Very Lick is about to mako a matrimonial ven First Clan Turnouts, I'lirnift AtlmlK-nnml who fnvor currency schemes niltlng States mints, in Reasonable Rates A portion of your patronage is fourth time. He is a weal prices, will pleaso send their orders for the Unn cry movo made a position to blcek ev A New Dress Making1 Establfshment. ture for the to respectfully sollilied il 6m. to insure tho continu-ancthy and highly respected farmer of that of of honest money in this country, STEWART, BLAND. ALTGELD. TELLER Having completed my course In the French section. commercial pcoplo liecumo nervous Tailoring System ot Cutting aud Kitting I offer & CO.. A much needed new plank walk has IX-again. They commenced to prepare for my services to In Chcnp Money Notions High Prlci-ArguiuuutH. Frto Silver Nostrums mid financial trouble, which they. thought been added on btantoru Avenue, exLatilcH Dour G001H liieorlvH. might come. This preparation involved And Vicinity, feeling assured that can plraie II you tending from the Christian church to one worth eiery want a No tho withdrawal of loans, the curtail- them with my work I will be found In the rear dollsr you have to pay HuttY, ai.d one that will be Howler. Foffervillo. Calor it-the Mason property on the same side of Weekly Hani Tlmoi G. lamity County, N. ment of manufacturing, tho abandon- of Mrs. Kate Duddcrar'a Millinery Stcre and wilt guarantied to give you satisfaction and a Uuggy the street. those ment of new projects nnd tho gathering be glad to wait on MUS. wishing work in ray line right, go to VM. GKKK, Stanford. 7 tf The Lancaster concert band will of reserves Thus manufacturing and to Onn Logic. Pome .Slxtcrn on a pleasure trip to lea re Iluitonvillc, Ky. He will not handle shoddy Mexico has freo silver. Tho Mexican trading have for sonio months been suf1 full He has some leautlful Sutrrrs and Louisville by tho way of High Bridge. people are very oor. Therefore, wo fering from gradual paralysis. The genuine Malta Cultlvatois and Flows, will come back to Frankfort from want freo nilver. These conditions should convince evThey the brt In use. as all farmers lll tell jou Oo to I am back from the cilict with everything that see him and save your money Louisville for an outing. Wages in this country tiro too low. ery business man of tho paramount im- Is new and pretty m the Millinery line A vim Mrs. Christopher McClure, aged 10, Wages are higher here and in all the portance of having tho so called currency to my store will convince you that this slock is th most complete. committed suicide nt Paint Lick Sunday gold standard countries than in China, question settled. Just now one of the Klegsnt tin. Linens and Kinbroidcry Matenal. protltahlo things a business man most M1SSL1CCIK HEAZLKY, by taking a large amount of corrosive India and other silver using nations. can do is to uo his influence and spam Stanford, Ky Absolutely Puro.l The remains were taken to Therefore, wo want freo silver. sublimate. & Wo believe in the doublo standard time in working toward currency reinterment. form and impressing upon tho jniliti A cream of tartar baking pow Crab Orchard for L. Anderson's many under which both metals will bo Mies Eliza Ky, der. Highest of all in leavening to measure values. Freo coinage at 1(5 ciaus the fact that the business inLancaster friends will be gratified to to 1 will drive out all our gold and put terests of tho country require sound ON IMI'RoVKl) FAHMS Sole proprietor Dean's lllack Diamond Root strength. Latest L 'nited States Gov I'aint learn that she was the proud winner of our currency on tho silver basis. There- money. Our national politicians who Ktliinatct lurnlthcd for painting VikI, ernment Report. are imv sitting up tho pins for a In Lincoln county, Ky.,atA per cent , semi sn Metal and Iron Root. Sattitactioli uarantee4 two gold medals while a student at Hamfore, we want fnv silver. no commission chsrgr.) Address Al' roots punted with Desn's lllack Diamond nual interest) ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. ilton College. Miss Anderson, who was In bttt We favor an honest dollar which shall presidential election should tako warn OKO W. 1AVY. Room 17, Kenyan lluilding. Paint guaranteed fur years Deal-rPurnpt and (alvanued Iron liter, Watvan-I- f ing. No candidate who is not in favor Ixiuisvillt, Ky. For blank applications and furNew York. the poet of the class of 1S90, reflected be just to all the people. Tho adoption of rd and lllack Iron Rochug of all kinds Atsi tl the g. Id tniidard ought to b ther Information, inquire ol J N. Sounders, much credit upon her preceptors by the of the silver standard will enable debt- elected president this year. Efforts torney, Stanlord, Ky. DOC DRYE . of their obligaCARROLL I1A1LEV. excellent poem she reudered on Class ors to repudiate should be made to prevent any man not tions. Therefore, wo want freo silver. Day. c sincerely and earnestly in favor f it Co., Gold dollars are too scarce and dear Rev. Lucien D. Noel is at home from to servo as money of the ixHiplo. Under from being a candidate ujkhi either tho Farm N . i contains ,i acre In Wtthlngtorv e Proprietors Princeton, N. J., for a short vacation coun'y, Ky the urwier pari of which Is In gran, Ky. freo coinage n silver dollar will nlways Democratic or Republican ticket. well wsiercd viih go.id m piotcmiuis, includhis parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. bo worth just as much us a gold dollar. ing idw mcul roof ioImci turn fjt i acre ci.p Snfrty Only In Snnnil Mnnrj. All kinds of Carriage, Uuggy and Wagia Makhis farm it situ. led 1.1 what it prunnunccl lite Noel. He has been ottered the pastorate Therefore, we want free silver. chi let w rlrd over dune. STANFORD, KY "The Democrats, " snys Mr. Harrity, ing and Repairing new A II Kinleyhai charge bi! dlttrict in Kentucky for White Hurley Presbyterian and made good at Tlu- government can make 50 cents of several flourishing umfortabl residence houie. gturaNWet hit el the painting department ai. Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, churches. Tne two principal ones he worth of metal worth 100 cents in gold "cannot temporize with a question of work a specially an for cash onFarm Nr i contains icxt rei in tame locality, roadsters and nd prepared lor sale with brtck d'elltng Large sinclr .nd tobacco Under the tlnanres. They must declare for ly. Accounts due 1st of each Hmvnlh saddlers bought and sold on commission Good has now under consideration are those by Mumping it "0110 dollar." MhRSUON, J baras. Use of the best iaprte sound money, and there is not theslight-es- t farms in th mile track and best stables in the country. 8 hall j II OltKKIt. ounty. Iud., and Mt. Oarmel, III. freo coinage such a dollar would buy . in Vincennes, doulit that their plank in tho nationA. II. KINLtY only half as much gcxxls as a gld dolil tm II. th farms are la fine slate f prueivatUMi, well A good salary will be given him from eiJ V McGlNNIS. J. W. COOK lar that is, it would Ikj worth only al platform will be sound and explicit. " watered oad fesud ClwtoR H dpt, schools, 1 charge paint shop. In charge tlimming shop, ther congregation. They must declare, as did tho last namarket aud on a Hue turnnke half as much. Therefore, we want free For iBfermstioa apply t tional convention, that "the dollar unit Messrs. R. H. Batsou, Hunley Sing silver. J. N SAUN'DF.KS, Y. of both m tuls must le f equal intrinsic have leton, T. S. Hikin and C. D. Powell Stanford, Ky. Tho prosperity of tho American ieo-" That covers I will from now en deliver the StaslMd factory t been summoned to Frankfort for jurors plo depends on tho amount of wealth and exchangeable value. Ice regularly eery morning. Price DANVILLE, KY., before the U. S. Court. T. M. Palmtr produced and the fairness with which tho question. It is the Democratic posi Builder and Dealer in All Kinds has returned to Richmond. Clay Ham- it is distributed among the producers. tion, in every national elect 1011 sine 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. 1S72 the Democrats have won on a of Carriages. Any amonnt between ioandio lbs at tcln. Attornoy Law, ilton is in Cincinnati. Mrs. Mattie Price Measuring products in silver instead of sound nioiioy platform. They have Kt Work done and warrant' any more gold would neither create All bills must poitiely be paid tho first f rc Repaying a Specialty. K UK KM IK when compromising with fiat money or m Mill give satisfacticn. Alt work done when Frisbie is visiting W. 0. Prico and fami- ed to wealth nor distributo it more ju.iil; promised. All accounts due when work is de- ly at Danville. Miss Helen Thurmond, tho silver dollar. "In the name of evgo Therefore, wo want free silver. livered. Your patronage solicited. Olhceon l.tncatler Strr.t oppotile the Court of Stanford, is the guest nf Mrs. U. D. Tho country is suffcringbcruu.se ther. erything that is sano and honest and House Collection i receive ctpeclal attention U Simpson. Misses Nannie Harris and is not half enough money to do business jwlitic," asks the New York World, Bessie Marksbury will visit Mrs. Annie with. As soon as a freo coinage law is "how can tho Democratic party now do F. U. RIL.EY. Proprlotor, : : anything except make platform clear James at Stanford next week. Mr. and passed our $000,000,000 in gold will all and explicit for sound its NATIONAL BANK money?" With a London. - - - Kentucky. Mrs. Leander Davidson and daughter, bo withdrawn, and wo shall loe all silver plank pledging tho party to freo amount from circulation. ThereOK.STANIORD. KV. Mies Amy, are attending the K. U. com- that Hotel and am belt' coinage, or, what would bo more detesthave moved to my neHUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. mencement exercises at Lexington. Miss fore, wo want freo silver. ever to Sreparsd thanattached accommodate the public and every convenience d Thoro is something wrong with the able, an evasivo platform, read one way Capital Stock-Surplu- s Lila Lewis has returned to Louisville. country somehow, though wo don't in one section and another way in anOffers his services o the people ol West Linlir.d. Give ma a call. stock of Coffins Full FRANK RILEY. coln and Casey Counties. T, Miss Maud Robinson is visiting Miss know what it is nor how to cure it other, no matter who was nominated, and Caskets always on hand. 95 D.S. Carpenter, Manager. Mr. W. But everything will come nil right if a overwhelming defeat would bo certain Attention of th public is invited to the far Florence Jenkins at Danville. that this is the only National Hank in Stanford I. Williams and wife are visiting at lot of cheap money agitators uro elected and sure, and it would bo defeat with Under the provmooi of the National Hank littlo hope of resurrection, as would CALL ON ' ars secured not only by the capital .Fi?iS Campbollsville. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. to congress, so now and everlastingly involvo lasting division of the it ttock, but by the ttockboldcis party. liability lor aa M1idde11 Grawo want free silver. amount equal to the ttock, to that drpotitart ol Denny are visiting friends in Lexington. Fittsburg Post. ham. tbil Institution arc secured by a fund ofjoo.ujo. Miss Robertson, of Elizibethtowu, is tho rive sworn statements of Ih. condition of th hastlleurflrlurlr of Cliriip .Money. ate mad each yearto the United Suits governguest of her cousin, Miss Ellen Owsley. William TV 11 Up to Date. STANFORD, KY., ment and itiaticti are etamined at staled tiuts Every period of tho depreciation of by government agents, thus securing addititoaa Elder George Go wen was called to and psrfect safety to dcpotitors. the monetary unit has at once sent prices Wednesday by the illness Tenn., : This inttitution. originally eitablithed at th : Ky. up, the prices of the merchant, who gets Deposit Ilaak of Stanford in ijjS, then Philm. .dc Siimmniron Metal and een- - 01 1113 IHOinur. .uism-- wuio biiu .ivun tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in quickly, before those of tho tho nows Office on Lancaster S:reet, at ltet.den. e and erai repairi?e. Shop ocr M v Limoi again re organliedas the Hint National Hank ol Thompson are visiting the Misses Powell farnior, who gets tho news moro slowlj, so , Btxnfard, ky. Stanford in iSSa, hat had practically an uninter. and L. at Htistonville. Messrs. E. rupted eautcBceof ta cart lilt hotter supptisd mid a long time boforo the. wngos of tho now with lacihtlet for transacting butiu it prvmpi C. Hopper have returned to Covingtou. laboror who cannot afford to hold his STANFORD iy aud liberally thau ever bcfoiein lit long and labor out of market till he getMi honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries bruit and iadividuali rctptctfullr toileMcKISXEY. iiicieae for it. Fixed incomes FEMALE : COLLEGE. ted . Th Directory ol Ihn Hank 11 remain the same, and tho rio of prices There will be Bervicea hero Sunday STANFORD. KY. Crab Orchard, - Kontucky. Koreitus Hmd, Lincoln county, cempoicd ol inflicts great buffering on their recipiat 11 a.m. at the PreabyteriHn church, S. T. Harrit, Lincoln; ents. Wages romnin the same for a (iuiu Wishes to thank lit IriiMids and nwcjhbsrt for WILLIAM SUELl'ON, President. conducted by Rev. llenry Mills, and in nnd rise slowly, and in tho meant imo thwr patronage ami risitectfully atks to tn rt- J. I!. Callioi, Lincoln; US. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. the afternoon by Rev. V. W. Bruce. J. W. Haydeo.Slaafvrdj the laborers complain that prices havo rncmbered In the future. Mr (jrauvllle Hali 7 S. 11. Ilaughman,i Lincoln; Mies Lillian Tanner wont to Lexpono up so that they cannot afford to buy will be found ready to wre )u at any time. MUs Emma L. Marlin, Petiding Teacher in the nice line ol catkets, uoRln., Kones, Ac, to StudrHall; J. S. Ilocker, Stanford; from always on hand Tho farmer unuugli food nnd clothing la 3m ington Monday. Miss Lena Barnett, of W. A. TrlbbJe, StauUrd; Wiss Mary Cowen, Principil ot the Music De- Stanford, is vieitint: Mrs. Mary Ljoiib. pets two prices for all he sells and pays M. I). Klmsre, Stanford; partment; buys, and is no bettwo prices for all ho T. P. Hill, Hiss Mary F. Harris, Principal of the Depart- Mrs. Wilfred Dye, of Middlebuiy, is the ter off than ho was buforo the change. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; ments ol Art aud Elocution. Kueatof Mrs. Georfje. Mrs. II. D. McobligaThe beneficiaries are debtors on M.J. Miller. Mt. Vernnn K. ltemember we arc the exclusive agects for the Clure and Mrs. W. T. Dodd are visiting tions incurred before tho change, and celebrated Second Session Begun WednesJ.H Hocker, President; relatives at Dmville and Junction City. Jno. ;. McRobertt, Cathlnr; those aro tint a very largo class many day, January 22. Falls Branch Jellico Coal, Jnllittnl l'rlci l'or Cur Dog. A. A. McKinney, Ant Cashier Mr. and Mrs. Dadinan and children, who of them are ul&o creditors nnd lose out will be If this government should oou its of one pocket whilo gaining into the to Also that it ste our to the interest of everybody Vce terms, &.c, sen! for Circular or call at the have been living in Texas, are here with Ccaf. clean Domcttir Nut call and College. the intention of locating. Mrs. Dedtnan mints to coinage of tho world's silver at other and tho speculators, soino of Prices the very lowest. We par tho cash at the 10 to 1, we would go at onco to silver whom always mako a profit in panics mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest waa Mies Kate McKinney, formerly of price. Come and see us Co monometallism. Tliis is tho voico of all (load Coal makes red ashes , no cinders. this place. Miss Lee Jones, of Texas, history emphasized by tho present status nnd crises und periods of sudden change San Francisco. Portland. Palls Ilranch ij ctr. Kails llranch Nut lac; In OK STANFORD, KY., losses of others. of the dian Mountain Jellico Nut 11 els. ; North Jellico who is a daughter of Mr. llenry Jonep, of overy freo coinngo country on tho of values out ..To tbe Now York Journal of (Joiuinerco. Lump 11c. These prices are for Coal delivered Inowfully:orgnltd and ready lor busioets wita formerly of this place, passed through earth. Wo can no mora havo bimetalFor Coal at our houso charges are one cent lets NOKI. .V bON. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. here Tuesday en route to Georgetown to lism in actual use and unlimited silver visit relatives. II. L. Wilheltn, a Cin- coinngo than we can havo u square, ........Via The Surplus, . If It required an annua outlay ol $100.00 to in 20,000. J. W, ltM'CIIMAh, cinnati Post representative, waa here round object or dry, wet weather. sure a lamuy against any serious conncijuvnccs M. S. IlAl'tiimaN. SUCCESSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAI during the n attack of complaint Dr. T. J Wherein would tho pcoplo bo benefited from there are manybowel would feel it their duty Tuesday and Wednesday. HANK OK STANrORD, who er, to pay ruk Ibeir in our if they get doublo prices in half valuo lives it; tnat they could not afford to an Price, of Woodstock, has looted Nowcloaing up) with the same aueta aud amount. and those of their family for such under monoy? If farmers' products brought tho same management. town. PROfKIKTOKSAny one can get this insurance for 15 cents, that y provisions of its chatter, depositors doublo prices, so would the manufactur- being the price of a bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, axe at fully protected as aie Marvelous Results. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost i$) fouisvmt wtwAiaAaf't chicaco RTUq- ers'. Tho benefits and advantages would ery neighborhood some ono has died frcm an ev- LIVERY, & SALE laoletotheeatentofthe deposlioVs in National atFrom a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, bo equal, except that buyers would alamount tack of bowel complaint before medicine could be ttoei of Dimoudale, Mich., wo are permitted to make therein at the par value thereol, in of their to addition Only,Dimng Car Route From this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommend-m- c ways deduct enough to safely cover tho procured or a physician summoned. One or two amount invetted in such remedy will cure an ordinary case. Dr. Kins' New Discovery, a the results shs. lt ,r th. of silver, and this amount doses of this It never fails. Can you afTord to take tho risk for !"ndi?ldual.ra'mUa,0r' UU,teC' Ae- - M UV were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. fluctuations While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Kives would bo a dead less to producois and a so small an amount ' Kontucky. Tbo entruttedtheir buisinett to Junction she was brought down with pneumonia premium to speculators." 1 knew a boy For sale by Craig & Ilocker, Stanford Ky. ?,.'lf,m"sin,.'ho lender ourNational Hank ons succeeding la grippe. '1 errible paroxisms of coughL'?ln we ing wo.ild last for hours with little intermission who sold a cur dog for $100, but ho took COn,luUe t0 iLl, bu,.n"i Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier, residing at and it scorned as if she c.uld not surviet hero. A pay in pups at $20 apiece, so ho was not If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out Elegant Pullman Vestibuled oiio,iDi Monroe, Mich., was severely aiHicieii with rheu"anlce for prompt at..! friend recommended Dr. Kind's New Discovery; turnout will leave our stable. Sec u lion U.n' .ame.our Sleepers of Modern Pattern. it was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory In materially benefited by tho inflated matism, bu' received prompt reliefHofrom pain by lor rates. In our banking and at libera accommodation! aaar,?nl says: "At results.' Trial bottles free at W. II. MclloberU' prices. From Speech of Judgo Georgo using Chamberlain's I'aln lulm For maps or any information, address intent with sound banking. times my back would ncbe no badly that I could Drug Stcre. Regular size joe and $1. SHOP. BLACKSMITH N. Aldredge, hardly 'aite up. If I had not gotten relief, I ffUANKM. RElD.j m m f E.H.BACON would not be here to write these tew hues. Chain li. r. Agent, I "' T(. u. r. t Electric Bitters. work and satlfactory Loulsvll J deal of Will guaranteo j.WillUm,,Mt.V.R,noTn1K: done me a Chicago. 1 jemi-Week- ly (nteriorJournr LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. GREAT BARGAINS. AFRAID OF THE FUTURE. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, t t3 JUDGE ford, Ky.sJ 3-- WMkMM ill -- rri"l"TTT 3" : Lead-ville.C- GENTRY I SiH-cln- l Como Ono, Como All. I'rh-i-1- Props. Sale Stable, Junction Feed and , R0YAl o V'.. The of Staulord, 1 Buggies, Cultivators. 1 kIIiL POWDER D. S. Carpontor, TO THE! LADIES I'aat-ton- s. J. T. JOITES. Stanford, u.--ed MONEY To LOAN Tin Sheet Iron Works, s (it-ter- n 1 1 one-ha- lf BAELET DRYE, St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, c Two Farms For Sale. vis-itin- Traiiiinjj and Sale Stable Flrst-cUs- I To-tai.- - I llorie-bhcein- 1 s I 1 THOMAS SHAW, ICOllSo " W. S. BTJKCS, Stanford, FIRST at Kentucky. THE RILEY - HOUSE J. T. STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, 1 8100,000 23,700 db, w. b. PEinr?, Oculist, T. G. BRADY, Fay-etvill- e, !.. s Stanford, '. I ij , m fif, proiwr-tionat- e J. C. MoWhorter, UNDERTAKER, te-I- Coal, Coal, Coal. Farmers Bank&Trast F NBTMWEST ffifwiiii M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- wraflEAW.mifr0frJflrgW 1 FEED TO.CHICAGO. STABLE, Stanford, as . first-cl- " '""t BARKER HOUSE, Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more generally needed in the Spring, when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver u torpid and sluggish a d tbe need of a tonic and alterative is felt, A promp use oi this medicine has otten averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing the rstcm from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, constipation, dizziness yield to Electric bitters. Only joe per bottle at w. B. Mcrtob e rug store. All berlain's Pain tlalui has sreat firtl-cla- it J M. W. JOSNSOIT, n. room-mat- lre-ho- I I office connected by Electric Cells. 47 cents W.B.McRoberts, druggist. 15 Price box. For sal br pearance and interfered. Prompt attention guaranteed. I) 6m ' WS,Mi"lg-.-