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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896061901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. hustoxvilli:. Hotel-on-thu-Iioa- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY JUNE 19. 1396. -- NO. 32 LANCASTtili, nAIUlAIll) COUXTV. i:. C M'Af.TOX. Would it not ho a kooiI Idea for our The Danville Advocate jollies the busiThe Baptist social will meet Friday city fatli ora to procure rock and mako n evening with Mrs. Dr. II. O. Herring ness manager of the Intkiuou Journal rock pile (or the diversion And exercise Mrn. Nannie Jon-s- , of Texas, bought as follows: of the boardurB Ht the One of the curiosities to be seen at the a horso ol W. 1). Sbugars this week (or 1100 approaching convention of the Kentucky A ladles' toclety of the Chrsltlnn -- Mrs West, the aged mother o( Mr. press gang will be Ed Walton, the ubichurch rsto a candy pulling last Friday W. T. West, died at her homo in Mad- quitous, Ed Walton of the In humor nlRht on Dr. Drown'n lawn. A very enison Moudav. Journal, Ed Walton, who is known from joyable time was had and some money Pea Kidge In Casey county to 'Possum The Loyal Legion, or little tempermade for the church. ance Band, will meet Saturday evening Trot in Pulaski, and from Scrub Grass in Hev. Mr. Leauer, of tho Louisville at tho Exchange room. Biyle county to Skeg's Creek in RockBaptist Theological Seminary, preached Died, in this county, at the ago of castle, and if every man who attends morning and night Sunday at tho Hap-li15, MiHS Margaret Gates. Burial oc- that convention doesn't wake tp tho church. He left an appointment for curred Monday nt Paint Lick. morning after to find himself a subscribHov. Mr. Leonard, of same place, for the Miss Margarot Jurphy's kindergarer of the Intkhioh Journal, at $2 per second Sunday in July. year, cash in advance, it will be on acten class was entertained at pIcnicThurs-daSome young ladles interested in the by Master Dan Collier Elkin at his count of the fact that tho said Edwin's cause cerved refreshmontH last night at home. stock of mesmeric tnlluence lias run out. the reading room of tho Young Men's -- The new dwelling of Mr. Win, Ward If there ia a man, woman or child in all Bind (or the bone IK of the Hand. The has been finished and is ready for occu- thisconntry that Ed Walton doesn't allair waa quite aucciWul and the young pancy. It is pretty and neat, very con- know, or one he cannot mike believe men feel deeply grateful to those who venient and is for sale or rent. that he knows, ho, she or it should be took part in it. Miss Eileu G. Owsley entertained placed on exhibition aa one of tho freaks Doc Middleton sold to Josh Swope a Wednewlay evening in honor of Misa of nature. Perhaps you never saw Ed roan horse 0 years old for $10. Doc Margaret Mason's guests, Missw Atkin- Walton in operation. I have seen him bought three mares and a colt at Dan- son Bnd Letcher, of Henderson. meet an old fellow from away back in ville. Matt. Brown bought two highly (Jafto an abundance of equirrels are the hills, one that he had never seen bebred eliuate from Oolu Carpenter at $10. to be found iti tho woods and hunting fore anywhere on the face of tho earth, Uriah Dunn bought 7 head of mules and them ban afforded delightful pastimes to walk up to him with n bland smile, grasp horses at Georgetown Monday. a number of our citizens. Mr. J. M. the old man's baud, commence talking iltiBtonville hafl a male quartette of Duncan, the popular clerk of tho court, to him about his family, crops, the weathgreat vocal ability, which has been nmk-in- g killed l.rj one morning by 10 o'clock. er and politics, get the victim's head to the night melodious for young lady A black anake chased Mr. Breathitt swimming and leave him within three visitors with an ear for music, at some of Brown from his corn field to his houso minutes in a highly bewildered state and the hospitable ho mew of our community. the other day. Regaining courage, he holding in his hand a receipt for $2 for The membera of the quartette are went back to tho stump where it had the Interior Journal for a vear. Ha .. Jerry and Sid Adams, Otoa Williams treed him en route and found three largo fun linnitn n Qmt.ldM n..l.l .! and A. B. 0. Dinwiddle. teachers' awociation or country fair with black suakes from S to 10 feet long. Tib I'itman, who waa stabbod thro' The Grecian entertainment to bo equal facility, and can convince both a tho left lung and liver in tliu (racas on held June 25 at e under the prohibitionist aud a distiller that the InBush Creek, is (lulling the way of the auspices of tho Christian Aid Society by tkhioh Journal is wrapped up in their tranfgrefBor hard. From tho wound in Miss Harriett Glascock will be unique welfare. I imagine that when Ed's e.pir-- it his lung large quantitiet of pus are e and varied. Some of the special features crotw the threshold of the pearly creted, hiH physician having drawn on" a will be The Wedding, Baby Song, from gates and ex preaaes some surprise that quart of it Monday. Altogether tho opera by WHiig, The Turkee Turks, the tho Journal is not in circulation in indications are that he will not recover- Bachelors Sale, etc The pantomime Heavnti, St. Peter will bo overcome with Moae Cook, one of our bright young work ia by Miss Glascock, who comes to retnotce and there will be mutiny men who went out from among us and iibbo highly recommended that we be- among the angels. Ed Walton? -- why has been atudying pharmacy at Nash- speak for her a crowded limine E Walton could sell life insuranco to a ville, in Vanderbilt University. haB comcorpse, tin horna to a deaf mm, pictures Seldom has this community been so pleted his course ami graduated witii saddened as when the death of Mrs J. to a ninii man anil get rich on u e high honors recentjy. Congrittulatlonp, G. Sweeney waa reported Tuesday mornin Jerusalem. Moaea. May you get rich ami never ing The funeral services were held at poison ono of your customers while deal- tho Christian church, conducted by SOMEWHAT LOCAL. ing out drugs Filler J. L. Allen, of Danville. Thu deThero aro 10,190 children of tho Next Sunday tho Junior Christian Kn ceased was a devoted member of tho will givtyuniler the direction chnrch and a faithful Christian, being school age in Pulaski. deavorers Tho governor has pardoned M. W of Mies Bennett, an entertainment at one conscientious and true in all of her duPenn, who shot Robert Purdom in Boylo More definite an- ties. A devoted wife and a of the churches. fond mother nouncement will be made Sunday morn- rents from her labors and her works do county. BaBt Austin, who eecaped from Libing The program will be appropriate follow her. A husband and four chiland will be such as to dren, Mrs. James Collier, Mrs. Jacob erty jail last week, was captured at to the occasion exhibit the little fellows' interest and Hobinson, Mrs Win. Jones and Mrs. Thomas Wilnon, of Pleasant View, progreta in the Christian work. Charles Hichardson, mourn for her. is the father of two seta of twins nnd two F B. Twldwellls quite sick, being Mr. W.P. Walden died Tuesday of triplets. M. K. threatened with appendicitin night at the home of his brother, Elder E. J. Polk, a Harrodsburg lawyer, Prewitt, who has been teaching at Jense Walden, of cancer of the stomach. dropped dead In his otlice Wednesday ol is at home for the vacation. He was a resident of Lancaster for many heart disoaso. He was 08 and a promiHo had a very succeWul bchool. J. B. years, having been engaged in the plan- nent prohibitionist. Cook is in the community. George ing mill business, and was highly esA verdict of $100 damages aud costs of Somerset, in in town. Mr. Clint for his integrity of character. For was returned In tho $25,000 damage suit week from a visit teemed Jenkins returned this the past 5 or 0 years ho has been living of T. Logan Hocker Bgainst Col. Robert to Boyle and Garrard. Miaa Minnie in Danville He was a devout member E. Crigler, at Lexington. Dinwiddle, who haa been visiting at of the Christian church, where his funerJohn Pearce was arrested at High BradfordBville, is at homo again. Misses al whs preached Thutsday morning by Bridge for stealiug n horse from the Mary and Fannie Adams are visiting at E'der J. S. Kondrick, of Danville. An- Shakers and placed in jail. He says that Hubble. Mrs. John Taylor, of other good man's life work is over. Two ho intended to sell the animal for money paid her father, G. M. Givous brothers, Mr. George Walden, of Dan- enough to marry his sweetheart, who n visit last week. Mian Douglass, of ville, and Elder Jesse Walden, and other lives at I'tica, Ind. Lebanon, who has been visiting friends relatives are bereaved over his death, Mra. Silas T. Cobb, of Madison, was In the community, has returned home. Mrs. Georgo McKee, of Covington, adjudged insane and ordered sent to the Mrs Owsley came up from Brndfords. Lexington asylum. She became menvillu to visit her boii, Mr. J. U. Taylor. is visiting Misa Jennie Duncan and othMicses Mary Bnreing, of tally unbalanced over the recent Iops Taylor, who had been er relatives. L(ttle Mias Kvelyn visiting her, returned with her. George Ioudon, and Sarah Caldwell, of Dan- of hor huobiuid, who in his time, waa the ville, have been visiting Miwi Kate most extensive stock trader in that counKills, who Iuih been engngeil us salesMiss Mary Doores is the guest of ty. man in the Louisville More, Stanford, Tho many warm friends of Mrs. WilMisses Nannie and Maggie McCtirley. ia at home on a vacation. George is ono Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jonert, of Pine Grove, liam V;m Pelt will be grieved to learn of our most popular mul industrious this good woman is in u dying conyoung men and no doubt draws a great wero called hero by the illness of Mrs .1. that , dition. She ia unconscious, and the end G. Sweeney. Mrs. F. D. Gaines, of deal-otrade Jroui this section to tho I with her parents. Mr. and Mrw. of her long nnd useful life of 70 years, it HopLouisville Store. MM Margaret Win. Fowler have gone, to tho Lone Star is fearod, ia near at hand, Lexington per, of Berry villu, visited relatives here State to locate. Mr. and Mis. Joseph Lender. this week. Severance, of Stanford, were here WedMr. W. Haldeman bought the Old nesday. Mrs. Belle Buriibide has reciruncii cmsiKa. Custom House in Louisville for $50,000 Thero will bu no preaching at the turned from Monticello. Mis Annie nnd will romove tho mechanical departBantiPt church Sunday, bh Hov. A. V. Hobinson is back from Tennessee. ment of the Courier-Journto it. Siremoro will bo in Badncah. Reports of tho school cenaua in 100 MA TllIMOXIAL MA TTE11S. Ilov. W. N. Brlney, who recently counties show an increase of nbout 1 Bihlo ColDaniel Smith, aged" 19, nnd Misa Lugraduated at tho Lexington per cent, in the number of school age in lege, preaches onco a month for tho cy B. Gooch, 20, both of the Kingsville Kentucky. It is not unlikely thnt tbo section, wore married Wednesday at W. Klrksville church. school per capita may bo reduced to oven Elder J.T. Slmrrard will preach Sun-da- II. Olore's. less than $2.25. It is now $2.80. morning at the Christian church on, Miss Aunie Hacknoy, daughtor of While taking n drink with n lot of subJohn W. Hacknoy, and William Dehart, "Whv Christ Died." At night his friends, Robert Bongen, of Anderson, Whom Christ Died." of Reading, Pa , were mnrriedJTueaday at ject will bo, "For Hev. H. H. Ogden, of Wnrren, 0., I tho home of tho brido in Danville, by Ind., remarked thnt ho would soon end an unusually liberal man. He lost a Hev. J. W. Lynch, of tho Baptist church his earthly career. Nobody paid attenwallet containing $S00 and when Miss "John B. Myers, Jessie J. Supplee, tion to the remark but noxt morning he was found hanging to a rafter of an old gave it to him, married, Tuesday, June 9, 1S90, Mamie Vail found it and Salt building. with f 1,000. ho presented her Lako, Utah." Thus roads nn announceProf. Falb, of Vienna, announces Tho Goahen people do not take liny ment received at this ollice yesterday. In theirs. That ia to say as The groom is a nephew of Mr. S. S. that the earth will collide with a comet sanctifkatlon it ia practiced by the latter day saints, Myers and well known hero, whero he on Novembor 13, 1S99. The earth itself and refused to allow the Rev. JohnBon has many friends who wish him and his will survive the shock, but every living thing will be choked with poisonous much joy. to hold forth in their church. Pretty Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary The wife of Col. Oockerill, the fam- gases and bo Anally cremated. of the Kentucky Conference, ous journalist, dried her tears p. d. a. He bad, isn't it? Society The body of Abraham Diebere, the South, meets at London today. A largo died in Egypt in April. Sbo was married attendance is expected, as tbo corner again last week, this time to Waller Louis murdered Ashland peddler, haa been stone of tho Sue Bennett Memorial Lienau, a Brooklyn man, much younger found near Fallaburg, Lawrence county. School building will be laid with appro-priat- e than herself, She had tho juatice omit The body bad been decapitated, but the ceremonies on Juno 23, the last tho word "obey" from the ceremony bead waa also found. Two men named day of the session. Bishop Hendrix, of stopping him in the midst of it for that Cookaey and Ohaflln have been arrested for the crime. Karmaa City, Mo.; Rev. D. Morton, D. D., purpose. Louisville, and other distinguished of The Mt. Sterling Gazette waa offered Kentucky Chautauqua, Lexington, church people will attend. at public1 Bale last week and there being June 30 to July 10. Moat brilliant pro no bidden the'paper was sold privately gramme of all the years. Low rates from The Kentucky School of Medlcinfc at to J. B. Hall, who will continue ita pub- all points in Kentucky to Lexington via fledged Louisville eenVoat 00 full lication, the Queen & Crescent Route. this week. st y Mt-Hnt- I court-hous- MT. VEIiXOX. ROCKCASTLE CO. .....---- Good rains have helped the delayed .. crops froatly. Tho ladies' nid Boeiety met with Mrs. ' F. L. Thompson this week. Blackberries will bo plentiful this itf Ladies are delighted with these refreshing toilet requiseason. Raspberries bring 30u per gal lon. sites. There are rumors of n wedding to For a Toilet or Uahv Powdek nothing surpasses the take place In the near future here. We Violet Talcum. will not give names at present. Our Violet Toilet Watek produces a delightful bath. Mrs. I) N. WjlliamH, accompanied Try it. by her son, Sir. C. C. Williams, end daughter, Mrp. Cleo Brown, are in St. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by Louis visiting Mr. John Williams and an Experienced Pharmacist. wife. Threw young lady teachers of our town Mra. Georgia Rice and Misses Lu Stanford, Ky. Opp. Court-Hou- se, cille and Ella Joplin bttvo secured good &,yxi--i,i"s'io schools in adjoining districts in this county. Mr. Weiderhold haa moved his mill to the Pulaski line nnd several families i have left town for that vicinity, Meats. ! Sam Pennington and Charles Simpsotn of the number. Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the We learn that Prof. J. M. Walton haa t& been requested to take charge of the Reduction of my Prices, I will dontinue to Sell Goods school at Livingston. Our people will Lower Than Anybody. regret to lose his services. Summer boarders have begun to arrive in Mt. Vernon. There is no more My loss is your gain, and if you want delightful place in the mountains for a -3 health resort than here; mineral water in abundance can be obtained. You bought them before, now is your time. Two lime kilns will soon be in full blast here. Lime sells for 25c per bushel JAMES nnd there is enough rock here to run a dozen limo kilna. Smith &. Miller have nearly completed their kiln. Tho young people are very much interested in the "sale of old maids," an t interesting and unique entertainment o on the that will occur at tho evening of Tuesday, June 30th. I Violet Talcum ana Violet Water. 31 w. b. McRoberts, as SI m J- SUCCESS H i Ufp M 5- My Stock Must Be Reduced. P 1 m s FRYE, Ilustoiiville. court-hous- - POLITICAL POINTS. - YY-YJ?tJrCRAIG & HOCKER, DEALERS IN J ) 1 J pork-lioui- Mfd-dlesbo- ro. Brad-(ordsvill- e, By-a- n, Brad-fordsvill- e, Tho Deleware democratic convention adopted a sound money platform. s, Pcuin-bs- , The Louisiana democratic State convention declared for the free coinage of )c Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. silver. The Arkansas Democratic Stnte convention nominated Dan W. Jones for governor by acclamation. The Maine democrats at their State 5f "K Give us a call and be convinced. 5"f convention declared for the gold standard and indorsed President Cleveland. From 1792 to 1S73, when there was free and unlimited coinage of silver only $S,001,25S waa coined. Since then there have been coined $423,259,219. Hon. W. O. Whitney has not go'ii to Europe. He saya he will attend tlir Chicago convention and help make a vigorous tight for the gold standard. Col. Richard Gentry, of Sednlia, M , is in Kentucky, nnd it Is siid that h THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present mission is to secure the support of on the Special Salt Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY Kontucky delegation for Blnnd for tin. presidential nomination at Chicege. of each week, JUNE 23, and continuing until further noStrikes us that this is an insult. Aren't tice. Come eatly ami a void theius?.. we for Blackburn first, last and all the time? The Young Men's Democratic Club, of Louisville, will go to the Chicago convention on a special tram and invites all line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and young democrats to join them. The route Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chilis over the Pennsylvania Short Line nnd A Large Stock of tho exponse of the trip is sot down at 2. dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. Train will leave Louisville at S:30 i m. Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles i 13ru.es, -- GhsTTvLcals, 0-Ll- J J J 1 f It Pays to Deal with a Gash House. ufioH mm ted ALE vi.-- i boirhij GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selec- Kin-nair- f Din-ville- al y In the National republican conven- from A to EE. tion nt St. Louis, 15 State, with 330 We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND delegatoj, are for the gold standard, with lines for men and boys. tho "gold" in the plank; 11 States nnd Territories, with GO delegates, nro for free silver coinage, and H States with 301 delegates, nrengainst free coinage of silver with the use of the word "gold." Which will be ladcned with the Rarest Bargains from day to day; and Hon. Thomas Moonlight, minister if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. to Bolivia, sent a letCer to the Kansas democracic State convention, in which MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. he called attention to the fact that "in all countries having silver for r currenCoffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. cy basis there exists a Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss goods at iow prices.' among wage workers and particularly and among day laborers and farm bands," but the Kansas democracy went ahead nnd declared for free silver just as if Mr. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. June iS, '96. Moonlight had shed no ladiance on the subject. In an interview published in a Lon don paper, Mr. Watterson says: "For the moment the democrats eeem to have gone to pieces, but when the offices are -- rv .,... i, distributed next year and the battle of 'v-3f At. Low Prices. resentment begins, the republicans will .' go to pieces, then there will bo a comWith a tale of the Great Stock plete redistribution of party forco and A there will be a great and conclusive conand Display that we have. test in 1900 between sound and unsound With the Extreme Low Pritheories of government and finance. Tho coming general election will be largely ces and a a struggle for offices." July 5. Ladies', and on lasts kook Out for Our Gerjtre Table! CARPETS, semi-slaver- y CHARLES WHEELER . &M8&S ---n7 'J A SNAP SHOT f-.- ? '" f- 1 Mothers will find Chamberlain' Cough Remedy especially valuable for croup and whooping cough. It will give prompt relief, and it safe and pleasant. We have told it for several yean, and it has Dcver failed to give the moit perfect satisfaction. G. V. Richards, Duquesne, Pa. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to bo the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headache yields to its influence. We urge all who are atUlcted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual constipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long theuse ol this mediclnt. Try it once. Large tottles onlv o cents at V. I). McRoberts' Drug Store. re-b- st SKCIOni? .1 OF TENFME Cure for Hoadacho. kwt--' $fy0GS -- ON THE- - EntireClothingStock ts, J-a- a?d Furisfyig Now is your time to buy Qoods, Lower Than Were Ever Sold Before. J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, Ducklln'a Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts, bruNsss sores, ulcsrs. salt rhsom, fever sorts tetter, chap- hands, chilblalnt.corns and ail skin eruptions, t positively cure pifes, or no pay repuired. It Is Iuarutetd to giv perfect satisfaction or. money refunded. Price 15 cents par box. For sal by W. li. McRoberts druggist. THE QLOBE; - rtw-bon- ea Danville Ky: ?m gia," "Battle Cry of Freedom," "Amer- to assist him in harvesting Ha wheat Hawaii; uemanaB proieciion lor cmnmlMlonariealn Armenia; exj.reeece ica," "Dixie" and gavo other signs of de- crop. VA I sympathy for tbo Cubans in their war for light. Thomas Phelps Is wanted at Cha'les-toAt 3:47 quiot waa resumed and W. Va., for choking his independence, and takes a position in Foraker proceeded. W. to death in his effort to provont it Stanford. Kr - - June 19. 1SJ6 favor of awarding to them belligerent MCK1NLRY NOMINATED. from crying. rights. The all important money plank Balloting began at 4:30 and at 5:20 McSamuel Thompson, of Peru, Ind , is in full as follows: V. P. WALTON. HSH-The republican party is unreservedly Kinley was nominated. Morton and sold his family Biblo for money with which to buy whisky, and his neighbors for sound money. It caused the enact Quay got a number of votes each. Sale for this week. Another Cut-Pri- ce People underVt came near mobbing him. ment of the law providing for Die rewe advertise bargains it is a plain, stand thrt when DnBois, of Idaho, Teller, ol Colorado, Kentucky's 37 camps of sumption of epecio payments in 187'.). Carter, of Montana, Cannon, of Utah, eratea Veterans will and desirable snap, that it' is bo represented nt Since then every dollar has been as eood and Mantle, of Montana, lead the freo tho annual Richmond, Va., as gold. We are unalterably opposed to reunion at f& silver cauhh, and left tho convention Juno 30 and July every measure calculated to debase our and 2. platform was adopted. A berry-pickof Ueutoti Harbor currency or impair the credit of our when the MCKINLEY & Morton and Cullum have withdrawn Mich., has fallen heir to a fortune of country. Wo are therefore opposed to Our Low Prices and Good Values are always permanent and the ticket will be McKinley and 1150,000 left him by his uncle, who was the freo coinage of silver except by interfeatures, but for this week we will make the influence Hobart, the latter of New Jersey. killed in tho St. Louis cyclone. national agreement with the leading f.i both on the general purchasing public even greater than Judge Carpenter, at Detroit, Mich., commercial nations of the world, which Pkeuidknt Ci.kvkland says the demoever before. we pledge ourselves to promote, and un- cratic party is neither unpatriotic nor refused to grant an Injunction to restrain Wo only mention a few of the thousands of bargains we til Biich agreement ran be obtained the foolish, so he does nut believe when the tho Improved Order of Knights of Pythexisting gold standard must be preserv- timofor deliberate action comes that ias from using that designation. arc offering: Gold Platform Adoptod and Mrs R. A. Dlckereon sued Dr. Kllis-toed. All our pilver and paper currency upon our demotho Convention. must be maintained at parity with gold, there will bo engrafted for Lcavo for $25,000 for killing her huoband. worth 15c. Ladies' Seamless Black Hose only the free, uncratic creed a demand and we favor all measures designed to limited and independent coinage of sil- The case was tritd last week Ht Williamc-towChildren's and Misses' Fast Black Hose, all sizes, only 5c when the jury found against her. maintain inviolably the a pair. Not Much In the United States, and nilobligations of ver. Any danger of such disaster, ho Kontuckians girl, Matilda Bradley, a our money, thinks, ought to stimulate sound money Ladies' Sleeveless Vests only 5c, worth 10c. Evidence. whether coin or paper, at the present democrats to activity instead of discour- committed suicide by jumping into a Ladies' White Kid Belts only 25c, worth 50c; also Nickel standard, tho standard of the moat en- age them. He arrogates to himself no pond in Hart county, after leaving n note Belt Buckles 10c. lightened nations of the earth. controlling influence upon the party's to her lover asking him to join her in Oxfords, Patent Tips, only 75c. Senator Teller presented a plank for policy, "but as an unflinching democrat Heaven. Ladies' Hand-Turn- ed The British steamship Drummond the free and unlimited coinage of silver, who has been honored by his prty and Ladies' Black Lisle Gloves only 15c. but it was voted down by the committee. who desires hereafter no greater politi- Castle went down near Brest, France, Ladies' Fine Shoes now go at 97c, worth $1.50. Senator Cannon, of Utah, argued for the cal privilegethanto occupy the place cf with 350 people on board. It is not beInfants' and Children's Oxfords from 25c up. lieved that many of tho passengers and plank and &hed tears, yea, salty, briny private in its ranks, I hooe I may not be tears, over the party's unkept pledges to blamed for saying thisiuuch at this time crew escaped. Men's Good Plow Shoes, 98c. Riley Patterson, a Scott county murthe West, but it had no effect. Seeing in the interest, as it seems to me, of the Men's Fine Shoes, Lace or Congress, only $1.00. that persuasion was no good, they be- grand old organization, so rich in honor- derer, serving a life sentence, and WilZephyr Gingham only '50 gan to threaten and vowed they would able traditions, so justly proud of its liam Johnson, a Henry county malicious Calicoes, cutter, were, pardoned by Acting Gov. this week only. not continue to act with the party if it achievements and always so undaunted Worthington. adopted such n platform, and still they and brave in its battles for the people's Children's Sailor Hats, 10c, worth 25c. W A woman suicided in the Webster couiu gain notumg. At tne morning welfare." The president is all right, A Good Suit of Men's Clothes, $2.50. session yesterday they renewed the Ihjht but he is a little late. Deplorable as it county jail by aeTering the main artery Boys' Knee Pants, 25c to $1.00 in open convention unit tnere was a is, all hadea doesn't seem able to stem qf her left arm with a broken tumbler. She was imprisoned for stealing a hone, Men's Kxtra Heavy Cottonade Pants only 50c, worth 75c. monkey and parrot time. the free silver tide that is now engulfing and was dressed in male Bttire when arA Big Line of Men's Crusher Hats only 35c, worth 75c. The action of tho convention admit- tho party. rested. ting the Indi an Territory with six votes , Ladies' Parasols only 50c. The court of appeals after revere irg Several persons have been arrested WILLIAM M'KIXLET. makes the full roll of delegates 020. Of against charged with A nice line of Carpets and Matting cheap and thousands three sentences for life B6eeesed the murder of Winscn this number 3S silver delegates will leave Fletcher's of other bargains too numerous to mention. Br sure to Trie republican convention nt St. Lonifl their eeats. This will make the mem Dr. Masaie for a cowardly murder in Ow- Fletcher in Carter county. was callad to order by the National chair bership, after such desertion, SS2. A en county bus finolly consented to let the dead body was found hanging to n trto do your trading with the cheapest store in the State. man at 12:20 p. m. Tuesday and after a majority sufficient to nominate will be fourth conviction stand and the governor and it was reported that he had hanged K Jewish Kabbi had invoked the divine 442. McKinley, if a ballot betaken to is now the convict's only hope against a himself life in prison. Tbatjhe got ofl with his bleasinjr, 0. W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, as the end of Near Greenup, a band of regulators the roll call, will have GOO neck is a surprise to those who know the arranged, was chesen tempor- at least. waited upon Ruesell Maran, and ttfter had been fe! A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, nature of the killing and the governor coating him with rooting paint, pelted ary chairman. He made a speech for John W. Yerkea was elected Nation would do well to maintain a strict neuhim with rotten eggfl. StHM Kutledpr, sound money and an honest protective al committeeman from Kentucky over T. D. RAN FY, Manager. tarifl, and charged ail the ills of the body Dr. W . Godfrey Hunter by a vote of IS trality in the case. The pardon mill is his companion, made her escape- by being too vigorously worked anyway. climbing a tree. Branch Stores: politic as well as everv other that afllicta toS. Gov. Bradley Beems to think that he is upon the democratic party. mankind, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg ADDITIONAL LOCM. K St. Louis. June IS. At 2:05 this after not earning his jvy unlese he liberates a The committees were then announced Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, daily and tho old fossil, and the convention, after being in session noon roll of States called for presentation few convicts work done at lowest rash Elizabethtown, Franklort, Ky., John M. who takes his placewhen ho goes out of prices. Craig A Hocker. lees than half an hour, adjournod till 10 of presidential candidates. the State, tries to out ape his superior in was as to and Mauckport, Ind. o'clock Wednesday. There never using the pardoning power. It is beginAi frkd Simpson, colored, ia tie only little enthusiasm manifested at a convenning to be almost uaeles to send a con- representative from this comity to the , tion. The thing is so cut and dried for vict to Frankfort. Such recklees pardon- St. Louis convention. McKinley that the interest which a coning is breeding discontent and that mob test would create is lacking. Mk. W. B. MiRoiiKitTH requests that violence, which Gov. Bradley so strongly Shortly after the convention assembled every ticket engaged for the rontest to-- n essayed against. Wednesday morning, the committee on ght be taken ont before t! o'clock. organization reported that it permanent have comSo far the following papers Xotick Pnrtieo owing tuition bil's to had selected Senator John M. Thurston, ATplied with onr request to publish that Stanford Female College for tho past year of Nebraska, for chairman Bnd he was board of trustees of theinew State the will please call at the college as soon as accordingly elected. He presided over Reform Schools, is now ready to receive convention'eigh1 convenient and settle them with Mrs. the National republican through W. P. Walton, Stanford, proporeferring .to the dou Nannie S. Sautley. Wm. Slielton. years bro and after sitions for donations of sites or other accorded him made a Bhort ble honor n things for the location of the institutions, Thk horse which Squire W. L. Cooking, speech. His reference to each cardinal 1 letters: bein receipt and he is waa driving yesterdny afternoon Stoves, principle of the party and "bia plea for a And Ranges for 30 days going at less Heating, Courier-Journafrightened at a dog ho waa leading came ) sound and untarnished currency were Gasoline, than actual cost. Louisville Titnee, and ran. In bin ellort to ntop him Mr liberally applauded. The committee on Louisville Poet, D. polled the horse into Dr. L. B. Cook'n credentials being unable to report an ad- -t Louisville Commercial, fence, but instead of having the desired journment was bad till 2 p. m. At that Lexington Leader, effect, the animal went over the fence hour a colored divine opened the ball LexingtoniHerald, and pulled tho buirgy partly over it with WILLIAM U. ALLI505. with prayer. The committee on creFrankfort Capital, him. Hu then begun to kick and the dentials reported and Hepburn, of Iowa Winchester Democrat, squire's shin, which ws in the way( presented a minority report. The for Baldwin placed the name of Allison in For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in caught one of th blown It is almost a Danville Advocate, mer ratified the findings of tho Na- nomination, amid much cheering. New Richmond Climax. miracle tlmtthtt limb whs not broken tional committee on all contests eavo York was called and no one responded. 'fhe buggy and fencn were considerably Delaware and Texas. Higgins turned When Maine was called Senator Lodge, Although there is no announcement demolished but Mr Dawson was not serdown Gas Addicks in Delaware. and presented the name of to that effect in the paper, the readers of iously hurt. took platform Kentucky doesn't seem to be cutting the Louiaville Post are snro that Editor While for Men and Uoys vc have Corn in Fayette county never looked much of a swurth. In fact her represen Richard W. Knott is sick and very sick Wednesday to better at this reason than it dots now. tatives seem to have bark 6eat. Even at that. He was able Gov. Bradley, who redeemed Kentucky, grind out less than two columns of edi The Btand is good and it hag beon plowhis ed over once or twice and the prosis not given that honoc which torials and his patrons are very sad. pect for plenty iailatterlnB. Herald. achievements dteerve. In fact there are Our old friend, Walter P. Emerson, loads of ignoramuses in said to be dead formerly of Ruesellville, will be assistant NKW ADVRHTLSJCME.TIK. We have the Narrowest Toe Made on Century, Lasts. the convention who never heard of Bradcity editor of the consolidated Cincinnati ley and the fact that he wrested KenCommercial-Tribuand Mr. L. D. tucky from its democratic mooringfi last Sampson, of Barbourville, will have a W, Yerkea November. The Hon. John Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky.' good place on it. The other Kentucky is there and the handsomest and best boys also get fat takes. dressed man in the body, but he is handicapped by that unspoken nominating MOIIE NEWS NOTES. President. Wilaiam Shklton, speech and seems to feel that ha is not in managed to attract if. George Denny Grant county went dry Monday by a attention to himself by presenting the majority of;400. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collfgi-a- t Courxx ol family. speaker with a gavel made from wood The court of appeals has extended Schoola of Music, An and Elocution. from Henry Olay'a farm, but even that ita term to the 27th. The Scholaallc Year for i8y6-- will open Moncreated but a ripple of attention and The St. Louis convention ball seata day, Spt 7, and continue forty weeka. THOMAS a BRED. Before deciding to what school you will send George dropped back into his hole with b- exactly 13,807 people. your daughters, be tura to seud lor our a dull thud. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but There are 2,50011 journals in Par's, Catalonuu. Address Thomas Brackett Reed, and was loudly 170 of which are political organs. MRS.NANNIKSSAITI.KV, THE PLATFORM, if you need anything in our line, you can save enough Principal 33tf e The platform declares that the record applauded. The GraysonJ county money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presSenaThe convention went wild when of the unrestricted control of the govburned, with most of ita records. ! tor J. B. Foraker at 3 20 arose to nomi- ent. Come and see the many things we are offering ernment by the democrats has been one Moses Hipnite, a farmer, of Leslie, All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank dishonor and disaster, of unparalleled county, was sbot(from ainbuib and in- fence, post and railing or wite fence, can find COST. after the 30 years of matchless improvewhat trier want at my store near Cedar Creek, on stantly killed. the pike leading from Crab Orchard to blanford ments by the republican party. ProtecOnelthouaand lives were lost and a I also keep always on hand a good supply of pUnk All ol lumber tion iB endorsed and emphasized as the town destroyed in Japan by earthquake for fencing. boardskinds shingles for building purposes; alo All persons deand foundation of American development siring any article of this kind can call on me at wave. and tidal my store near Cedar Creek. and prosperity; an armed force is deNear Booneville, Mrs. J. Mcintosh June i6,V5 3tf WASH SINGLKTO.V. secure peace in Cuba and manded to Btabbed and killed Mrs. Polly Ann For give the people political independence, on account of jealousy. control of Hawaii ia demanded and the At Peoria, lll.,a desperate lover shot extension of the civil Bervice reform is fava girl who refused to marry him and I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factoryas Ice regularly every morning. Price ored. A declaration is made in favor of then committed suicide. liberal pensions, and the present adminisAt Elyria, O , Norman Dunton, aged 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. BYtration is denounced for dropping from 75, accidentally shot and killed his sister .Any amount between 10 and too lbs at Kcjo the rolla without examination deserving a couple of years hia junior. All bills must positively be paid the first of each nth. K. 11KEMEK. aoldiera. The bnilding of tho Nicaragua In a drnoken fight between Jamea Canal by the "United Slates government Mitchell and John bailee at Lexingtor, is favored. Protection and reciprocity ia I the former waa fatally stabbed. again affirmed; a restoration of the early At Canton, O., a daughter of William American policy of upholding the raer Anthony brooded over her father's death marine ia favored; declares for the 120 Tons Falls Branch chant and ended her life with a revolver. protection of American citizona abroad; At Mt. Vernon, O., a passenger train Lump Coal. And Funeral Director. JOSEril n. rORAKEB. reaffirms the position of the party in ran into a crowded carriage killing two Now is your chance. We need the money invested and will sell this amount of Coal at cost for Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Eridles, Buggy Robes people and wounding several others. favor ol the Monroa doctrine; indorses ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. of President Harrison nate McKinley. Delegates stood up and committed sui the cash during the mouth of June, only. Lay in A Nebraskalfarmer the administration your orders quick. Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite NOEL A HON. on the attitnde of this country toward cheered, sang "Marching Through Geor- - cide became be conld not aecure bands V iii,...,,, ,,,,, I- -. ...r I fel, JyJfeftjglf n, lylfl AjVl-AVf- J two-year-o- ld The Louisviff e Store. SIX PAGES. self-evid- ent ,, 1 HOBART Like Getting Gold Dollars for er 50c. That Will Be The Ticket. Sil-vorit- I n n, 7c, 8 s 3)c ia n LOUISVILLE STORE. - Piitt-CHiiTiO- m fr'ftfk-f-Nt- 1 ffvfvfxwxm -- Daw-Bo- AT YOUR PRICE. w. l, H. WEAREN & CO. SLIPPERS and SHOES H. J. McROBERTS. Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. ne ST-A.XTS'OB.- D FEMALE COLLEGE. 7 .'w court-hous- 3STOTICE JrAT "1 W. P. TATE, Stanford. IOH, UNDERTAKING -- A JUNE BUG jr. c. ireiiJLJtY 9 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer 3 SemPWeekly interior Jourhiil Btanfoiid. Ky., " A CIRCUS DOLLAR. IT PERFORMS A WONDERFUL FEAT IN PAYING DEBTS. I June 19, 1SDG W. P. WALTON. BESS Q Hunt rut r till) Ititplillty With Which (loot Money Citu Olrruliito Anil That Quality Is More Important limn Qiiiintlty. VEEN AND CHESCENT, 7-- To National K lucatlonal AsaocUtlou Superb veu- -' liuGalo, N. Y July faat tinio. Queen and ttbulod trains and Crescent passenger service to,'.the East la unequaled. Connection lu the Qieon City with all llnoa, rail or water, to Buffalo. One faro for round trip (plus $2) to BuQalo and return. Liberal return llmlta. Y. P. 8. 0. E , Washington, D. C, Crea-ceISM, via the QieonA July Route. Hall rates for ound trip. Tickets Rood on veatibuled limited traina. Connection with all lines to WaahlnKton. A Rood tlmo to take your vacation trip at low cost. Ask aeonU for Information llm-1about rates, selling dates and liberal P. A., Cincinnati, Ohaa. W. Z ll, D. 0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. P.JA., Chattanooga, Tenn. llalf rates will bol in effect via tbe Queen & Oreacout Houto to the great National conventions at Chicago and tit. Louis. Tnwe tickets will have liberal limits and will entltlo passenger to ride on faat vwrtlbulod limited traina without extra charge. No other line can give Be sure to you such train service. read via tho Queen A have your tickets Crescent. The Y. M. 0. A. Summer School meets June 10th to 2S:h at Knoxvillo. Round trip tickets via the Queen A Creacent on sale from all points June 13th to '20th, good uutll June 30:h to return at half fr"nt 3, - V. C. RtSBAKSOS, G. P. A , Cincinna- ti ,0. Low Chesapeake k Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to Richmond Va , on June 2tu to 30th, inclusive, at the extremely iJll.'-low rate of one cunt per;Cmllo round trip from Lvxingtonj for the Annual Ruulou of Confederate Veterans. The same low rate will apply from all stations In Central Kentucky. ThecUiztud ol R chmond, V , are sparing no expanse or labor to make the reception of toe Veterans a ui)al cordial one, TheOheaa;aku A Ohio Main Lino ptoses through some of the most notd Two veatibuleJ limited battlefields. trains each wav daily. Write for a imp of Virginia's battle-fiald8ido trips can be made to Fortress Monroe, U.unpton Riadi, Norfolk Navy Yard and other point of equal interest. Drop a line for any information to Geo. W. Birney, Division Pan. Agent, Lexington, Ky. ', O s. IUtks to Ricumond, Va. The I I to Wisntugton, I). 0 , of Endeavorers. The Chesapeako Chriitian and Ohio railway will sell ronnd trip tickets from all stations in Central Kentucky to Washington, D.C., at ono faro for round trip on July 4th to 8th, good until July 31st if desired '.The Chesapeake and Ohio is four hours shortest route to Washington and is tho only line with through train service from Lexington and vicinity. Two vestibuled trains each way daily. On return trip trains nrrlvtt at Loiiimtoii at same time of ar rival an at Cincinnati via other lines, thus saving n change of trains ami threo Side or more hours additional ride. trips cin be mado t J O.d Point, Norfolk and the Big Ship Yard at Newport News where the bittlcship "Kentucky" Is now building. Write for time table and map Oertrge W. of VirgiuUlIbattlo fields. I). P. A., Lexington, Ky. Harney, Ltw rtM Important than tiuuntity and thnt tho powtr of even n Hinull uuiount of good mnmy to circulate rapidly, pay debts, sottlo balance and to facilitate in almost linittb'Mi: V1wii I was a small Ik y, I saw Romrv MiiiiK thnt 1 hhall mver forKot- - It was at a circuit. The clowiut and somo other finjiloyci's arrttngi'd tliPinsclvcs lu a olr-c20 of Let us puv that thorn miitl to No. a, "I thmn in nlL No. nwo you i'2; I'll pay up na soon as I nan. " No. mado this Htatcmout toNa II, Na U to No. I, and so on around tho circle. No. 20 Baying it to No. 1. No. I shoved hla hands into his and with a look of pleased aurpriio pulled out J1. Tunilng to No. 2, ho bald; "I didn't know that I had that dollar. Hero's ho much on account. " No. 2 took tho dollar, and with similar laugua pivased it on to No. 3, and ho it went around tho ring. No. 20 paused it to No. 1, who roeoived it wltli a smllo and tartel to put it into hi pocket, but instead ho turned to No. 2 and said, "I didn't cxjKCt to bo ablo to pay you tho balanco no coon, but hurt) it ia. " And ao It wont uruuud tho ring, finally comi.)K back to No. 1, who with n sntlsl.ed smile put it Into his pocket To tho littlo boy ho looketl as I did thirty odd yvant ago this woa almply tho fuuuy work of clowns, to be luughetl at and forK)ttoiL I wiw not forirottmi, however, unl to tho man older grown and chnrgixl with tlio wriouu consideration of tho aflnirx of 4tgrcut nation it illustrate) tho jirofoundodt truth in fiuauce. What Is that truth? It ia this: Under projer condition tho working power of a dollar Li beyond nil human computation. I wai very much HuirrUed to hear this aftonioon a man ho prominent as my friend from Trinwwo ;Mr. McMillln rw if iiKHiey nuiil for taxes was lost to circnliitinn. I havo often heanl men Futvk its It tliey t))ught that there must bo as many dollars lu cxisteuro :ts thero aru dolhirs' worth of businev to bo tnuiAwlctL What would a fanner nay to an ngeut for bunhel buketn who Fhould attempt to cotiviuco htm that ho iKydwl a many bankets as he oxKrtel to rai.so btushels of crop? The farmer would ftvl tiinthiaintnlligtMicohiwlU'Vii iiiMilttsl, and justly so. lie knows thnt ho can use the mmu basket over and over ngaiu, and the quantity uuvumml in a given timo will tlerxul on tno Kpoeu with which tho one luuidliug it works. And then, If properly used. It is rvudy to do as much more So with tlw yardstick, tho ouud weight and Uo dollar. I'ach can do an almost infinite, amount of work if properly ummL What aro tlio conditionn of highnnt efllciuuoy in money J Under what conditions can a giveji luuounl of money do tho most work? Lot us examine our K t imv1i in congress In hfrt of Minnetho Hon. Janm T. sota, told the fullowhijcatory to illustrato tho fact that quality of monoy in moro n-n- wt-r- 1 13 jKX-kot- nk FRENCH PENAL COLONY. "Islands or Safety" to Which Hardened Criminals Are Sent. Tho "Islands of Safety" aro three it number and Ho a few degrees north of tho equator, off tbo coast of French Guiana. They are cohered with denso tropical forests. Tho climate is something dreadful. For eight months of the year, from November to June, rain falls continuously, the annual avcrago measuring ISO inches. Tho mercury never drops below 85 degrees Fahrcn belt, and duilng the four dry months It mounts to 115 degrees. It is Bald that to stand bareheaded for a moment in the blazing sun ia sudden death. Add to lliLa vapors and poisonous exhalations, and you have truly a murderous climate. Hero Trance has begun to send her nnnrchists and her traitors. Compared with the Isles do Salut, New Caledonia is a little paradise. Tho exiles are gcuerally shipped In the Hay of Iltscay. Dressed in com let's gnrb they are taken on board transports and confined iu great iron cages on tho spar deck, euch cage holding M) prisoners. Here they remain huddled together like slaves, during tfio month it usually takes to make tho trip across. When tho transport reaches tho Isle dc Salut tho prisoners nro taken to a place known as tlio camp. This is a clearing on which aro u number of largo huts, strongly constructed and Inside aro swung rows of hammocks. Tho atmosphere in theee Duta Is fetid, and stinging Insects and vermin render any but tho sleep of exhaustion impossible. On his firrlvabot tho camp the exile'3 name Is droppciand he becomeo known only by a number. Then lib work la rv8Ljnorl him, and killing work It la. Tlio newcomcra nro Bet to draining marshes and clearing land a task which In bucIj a climate Is well calculated to "break tbelr spirits," tho nvowed intention of their taskmasters. Clouds of stinging insects hover round their, heads as they Inlwr, nipping red lints swarm over tho exposed portions of their Inxlies, tlio blaring bun them, noxious vnjwrs choko them, deadly HerjH'nts terrify them, nnd In some ca.sos inflict mortal. wounds. Under tho terrible strain, fiome of them soon go mad, others commit suicide, whilo others, trying to find deatli from tip' rllles of tho guards. And what would escajx; from this camp of horrors menu? Ninety-nlrtlnn'H iu the hundred It would di'iith from starvation or fatlgtto In the forest, death from wild beoBts, cr death from the poisoned ariovs of the nathes who nrc given a llbornl for every encated convictV lody. IJoston TrniiRerlpt. Terrlhln foul-omclliIron-barred. tor-itien- tn cs-cat- ', WALL STREET . SEVENTY MILLION PEOPLE HAVE MONEY ON THIS RACE. SIIYLOCKS. ARE-ENOUGH OF THEM WHO THEY TO DEFEAT ALL CHEAP MONEY SCHEMES. Eatlmnta of What Frcn Colnncn Would Cost Some of Onr Shflocka -- Illlllons of Dollars of Suvlncs Would ltn Sacrificed on thri Sixteen to One Allur Tho "Poor" Debtor Who Own Our Ilallroada aud Corporation. Ono of tho many delusions back of tho freo coinage sophistry is that there aro u few wealthy creditors and millions of lKHir debtors in this country. Upon this assumption it is argued that cheap money will make it easy for the mass of debtorH to clear their farms nnd homes from mortgages held by tho Shylooks of Wnll street. Let us boo now who aro these Shylocks and who aro tho creditors of this country. Every one who has u d(io-i- t in a Barings or ether bank, every holder of a lifo insurance iohoy. every pensioner, every member of a building and loan association, every member of aid and benefit associations, every owner of a government bond, every ono whoo salary or wages are paid only after services or labor is performed those aro some of tho creditor ohisse,s. These aro tho Shylocks who havo a mortgage on this country and who aro to bo done out of half of their savings by tho slick 10 to 1 scheme. In truth these Shylocks not ouly own tho country, hut thoy havo votes enough to compel tho "poor" debtors to pay in honest money. Let us enumerate somo'of them who hoard their wealth in banks mid loan it out at "usurious" rates of interest, and seo how much they would loo under freo coinugo aud with flO cent dollars: No. of drposl- bluiriilioldcrK ton or Amount of w tiH-n- FnvtucslkH 4.KT3.R19 $I.810,a7.li3 Nat'l bunka UVVCOOO 1.701.1X1.621 f 712.110.1?J Sluto h'kn 1 8I.rei.VBJ Irtvnto " W,K,(IU0 I Mii.ft'a.twr i. Z!5,!Sn.7V7 IS.iUAu'lw L7W.72J 10.UI.24j S,aOU,Ul.l) 2,061.JU,a73 Totoli Will thoso 10,000,000 Shylocks sit idly by nnd seo tlKir dollar declino to CO cents when tlkey can, by dejKjsiting slipi of paper in a littlo box, prevent any decliuo whatever? Wat thero aro others win) will help tlwnu Tliero aro on our gov'cnimeut lr70,rj'.M jviisioiu-rand 760,051 of tliein aro voters. If paid s dobtors VfQl aio on average of about 9GC0 oaoh. If pound currcnov wins, neither dobBrjcs.oor csodifota will gain or loso anything raocpt time lost Lous under whilo frttxwltofl tho moo. fruo colmien. on up to (Wo vsth an out of data boot, and ono in Aa thin is a roco-o;tt,aH,511 s of tlw spectators aro, or and interests of SW.tWI.iUl wbkfa tho Bympothk U.V1,2U5,2II shoeld bo, th tho crow in the modern boat, there can bo but littlo doubt as to 4),012,4 jts.k.ii.ks tho result. f It is really a race between the intertwto of tho dobeora and tho creditors o Contrary to tho general Buppoaitian, tioro aro uot moro dobtors than credlttsrs, but four or flro timoa as many crodLitara M dcttor, and, strange to suy, tho debtors aw uot tho poor and ctowiitxxMcu of tho country, but aro tho comparatively woU to do. Tbo groat doctors of this coauttry aro railroads, itxmnrnoe ccjrnjnioe aul ten Mpcartaticti, maooaoturiBf anat movatilo corponv tktna and cccjjwkuAosv. Otiohalf of tho fl , 000, 000. 000rf tmem Isjafe Indebtedness of this oowBtry is in tho states of Mew York, Petuasj Imila, inioois and s of anil mostly in Mm groat cdtios of thoso eah. Loss than our total mortgage ip&btodnosa is on tanas or "noes. " Tho total number of rnortflogea is 4.777,008. Now, who are fhe "rich" crtjditxjnrt Doptwitors in sav-ioand othor baoka, and trust companlee, and stoskhoUers in building Tbera ara oror 10,000,000 of IImmb. Thore are at least and loan ruscobstios 10, 000000 moro stHaohoid itf hasarux poUdoa or who asw niombers of s fraorfMti and tedaastriai aid and bcouQt asHrjoiatiowi, into which tboyhas paid good money. Tha avcrogo amonot to the credit of each of our 0,000,000 (sndisonb abouH)00, Tha ommt$ uuouAt of each debt is over 11,800. Poor pooffe ossonot gfro mortsjasgat of orer f 1,800. If free coinage wtofi, 20,000,000 ottmitors will loao an orrorago of about 4) J 60 each, and 5,000,-00- 0 this country. Massa-choawtta, two-fifth- fs orgoui-eatiota- four-fifth- FULL LTNE OF Buggies,4 Carriages and re-wn- rd MAUSOLEUM IN AN OAK. illustration. Tlio dollar in tho circus ring did the jttttns capable of accomplishing us much work of $10 in live minutes and wus I I I ' m i m The workman olten eala hit lunch 04 the aama The olh:e man lunch where ho dc hu work turns hit desk into dining Ublt. Ncilh'r ciln the out ol door exercise he ncctlr, neither take It it small wjaiKr the piopor time for talin. thit the JifeitMin ol bain grts out of order In such caw. Or. l'ierc't l'aasaut l'ellctt com to thnr assistance by aiding nature in ukinc care of the food The came ol nine tenthi of the sickliest cr the From thit one cauiccotnc world It constipation. indigestion, ditordert of the stomach, liver and kidneys, biliousness, headaches, Mtulenc,hcul burn, Impuritr o( the blood and the serious complications that (olliw, To bvgln with, conitipa tlon It a little thine and a Utile thins will cure It, The "1'leatant Pellet" are tiny sugar coated granules. They will perlectly cur the wont caie of constipation and indigestion If the drug tell you totie other pill that pay fiat irict tu profit, Just thinV ol what will best greater pay you. s sjtf It required an annua outlay ol $100.00 to injure a family agalnit any itnoui consequences from an attack of bowel complaint during the ear, there are many who would feci It their duty to pay it, mat they could not afford to risk tbelr lives and those of their family for auch an amount. Any one can (jet thit insurance for 1$ cunts, that being the price of a bottle ol Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhooa Remedy. In almost every neighborhood soma one hat died from an attack of bowel complaint belore medicine could be On or two procured or a physician tummoneJ, doset of this remedy will cure an ordinary case. It never falls. Can you afford to tako the risk for so small an amount! For sale by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier, residing at Monroe, Mich., was severely afflicted with rheumatism, but received prompt relief from pain by The Tillman Programme. using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He tayt: "At Tho following is Ben Tillman's plan times my back would ache so badly that I could hardly 'ait up. If I had not gotten relief, I of canipaigu as laid down in hia speech would not be here to write these tew lines. Cham berlain's Pain Ualin has Jone in a great dc:l of last night: good and I feel very thankful for It." First. Tho silvcritos should do their For tale by Craig A Hocksr, Stanford, Kr. beat to got control of tho Democratic naMOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALM more in tho snocoeling five minuttvs. Why was this? Simply becauno it moved promptly. Now, let us exiunino tho matter a lit tlo moro closely. Wliy did it move so? Why was each ono so prompt to pass tho dollar on? ntauMho feltgivsl that ho felt honest. Ho foil that when he owed money and had It in his pocket tho only proper thing for him to do was to pay up. .Moreover, each had confidence in tho other. Thero was n feeling of ro- Ftcct and good will mnong tho men in that ring. This is one of the conditions under which money does its work most elUctively. What is tho other condition? Why was each man williug to accept tho dollar iu payment of what was wming lo him? llccaiiFO ho knew that it was a good dollar. Ho knew that whenever he wanted to uso it, whether it might be that day or not for ten years it would bo just as good as when lie accepted it. Suppose, on tho other hand, that each of tho men had n dollar in his iocket, but that they distrusted each other, each fearing that if ho let go of tho dollar that ho had ho might not soon get another, although money was duo him, aud (suppose that each was nfraid to accept tho money of tho othor, fearing that it might not bo good when ho wuuted to uso it; thnt it would depreciate on his bauds what would bo tho result? Why, of course, each would-keein bis pocket what money he hud, and each would continuo to owo tho other that Is, tho mouey would accomplish nothing. Iu other words, sir, with good money nud mutual trust $1 did tho work of money 40, whilo with questionable aud distrust J20 could accomplish nothing. Iu other wordu, tho qunlity of money ia immensely moro important jun its quantity. i, In (Icrmanr In Vrnrruhln Trro. One of the most curious mausoleunis in tlie world was discovered tho otlvcr day In an orchard at the village of Noebdenit, lu A gigantic tcik tree, whlcli a Btorm hatl roolx'd of It.s crown, n up for publlo auction. Among the bidders happened to be Irtirou von Thummel, scion of a fatnlly of nnclnt lin:jigt, that has given tlie worUl of literoturoonochann-in- g Kxt and the l'utheTland uuiny htatesmen. Tho baron, who lives In a neighboring estate, hail rlddon to tlie miction place quite accidentally, rinally the tree was knocked down to him for 200 mark. Upon his arrival at the castle W told an old servant of his purchase, describing tlio tree and Its situation. The old servant haUI he rcmemleml at tending thofuner-u- l of a Ilaron Thummel 70 or 60 years ugo, and thnt the lnxlj had been buriwl in n thousnnd-year-oloak, lvlonglnf to the parsonage. Investigation elonrly proved that tlio orchard lind onct' been tlie j)nicrty of the tillage chureli. and that at ono side of the old oak was an iron shutter, rusty and timo worn, that tlio teopleof the town had always supiosed to havo been placed there by somo joker or Soxe-ArUnibur- g. -- Iltsntlr DlMVirrrfd d WORMS! vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S CREIN FOR Ha I tional convention. Second. If thoy fail iu this, thoy should bolt and nominate a cundldato of their own. Third. If their candidate is defeated, thoy should proceed to cut throats and break up tho government This is iu brief tho liuo of conduct Tillman advocated last uight. Atlanta Journal. The Unpardonable Criminal. d During hla tonu as governor Mr. has pardoned nearly everybody tho mou who porpotrutcd tho "oriuiu of 1873." Timos-nomlAlt-golox-oe- pt d. EVERY l.d all WORM YEARS RemstJIes. 10TTLE GUARANTEED. rrtasna r (OLD MX .4X1, BKUeeUT. BtraUBDtOS MBIUSI 10., IT. lOCIa. six months there happeued to bo another state election, and tho Democrats still clung to 10 to 1, and in a midyear as it was, tho majority against An Ostrich's Appetite. thorn amounted to 80,407. That was Ilrokcn down with consumption an enough for them. This year thoy tie ostrich recently died, and below is a list themselves to sound money. of what was found in his stomach when ho was dissected by a taxidermist in How to Tell Good Money. this city. The bird's menu consisted In Henri Coniuochl is an cininont politpart of: Ono wooden clothespin, tho ical economist aud an ablo advocate of bottoms of two beer bottles, a mouth international bimetallism. He is often harmonica, five inches long and two quoted by freo coiuago advocates who inches wide, ferrule of an umbrella with would never accept hjs test for good aud a piece of the stick iu It about four bad money. It ia aa'follows: "It is by Inches long, metal skate key, brass door tlio ordeal of fire that monoy can bo key five inches Ion?, woman's black tried. Tho coins which, being molted horncomb, two pieces of coal, woman's down, retain tho entire valuo for which silk handkerchief, three stones about an1 they were legal touder before thoy woro Inch thick, some cabbage, grasi, let- molted down, aro good money. Those tuce, celery and a quantity of sand. Tho' which do not retain it aro not good bird will be mounted in a museum, and monoy." it has been proposed to preserve thin' All Kindt or Reasons. collection of objects aa an indication of tho gastronomic prowess of the bird in only docs every consideration of Not lifo, in much the game way that brave honor nud patriotism command ns to warriors sometimes have coses contain stand for sound currency, ba consideraJnfr their trophies by the side of their tions of expediency aa welL Thero is a tombs, or as the saloons of doughty probablo presidency in sound currency. champions of the Schuetzenfest are dec- Thero is nothing but disaster in freo TJtiea Observer. orated with the prizes won at tha tar-- , jets. N. Y. World. lobe-Democr- at. of Ilaron linns Wllhelm von Thummel, at ono tlmo minister of state of who died in 164, and wished to 1h buried "in the old treo he loved so well." In tlio hollow of a treo Ilaron IIan caused to bo built n sepulcher of solid masonry, large enough to accommodate his colli n. The collln was placed there, aa tho church records show, on March 3, 1624, and the opening was closed by nn iron grate. In the course of tlmo a wnll of wood grew over the oiwning, which hail been enlarged to admit tho coflln and the workmen, and for many years It has been completely shut, thus removing tho last vestige of the odd uso to which the old tree has been put. Tlio tree has etlll some life in it, Tlie collln in whlcli Baron Hans reposes has'on ono side grown to tho tree, tlio dead and tho live wood joining together in eternal embrace. St Lou La Q Saxe-Altenbur- g, mkcliieotLs loys. The irou shutter proed to be the gate to tho mausoleum in dollars worth only TiO cents, thco of tho 140,059,301 wcsild Iomi whioh they now receive annuidly. Frco coinage "ould bo an easy metliod of cutting down our pension accomit, but will it meet with tlwi approvul of our veterans? It means not only a loss to tiioui of $70,000,000, but this amount every year, or J700, 000,000 in ton years. Then Hkto aro tho 2,000,000 lifo Shykcks who will voto to hni3 tiioir 1.30a,8o7,338 in policios paid n tho nuni) kind of monoy as were th lr promioms. About 8,500,000 moro Shyand locks aro monibors of matual ahl Bocietics and aro creditors to tho extent of .", 184, 070, 930. Nearly $S1( 7,000,000 moro Shylocks 050,078 to Uiir cndit in tlw numerous industrial companies of this country. In truth not only Wall street, but tho woods and tlw prairioa nro full of theso money sharks. If tlio ntost of them vote, as they aro likely to do, in favor of honest money Uiero will bo no help for tho "poor" debtors. They will haTO to return nil they borrowed or havo their mortgages foreolonod. But wont of all t hero aro only 4,7 8 of therto ( mortgage) debtors. They cannot cast half as miuiy votes as tho Shylocks. Thono "poor" debtors are mostly in our largo cities and havo mortgage of from !f3,000 to $1, 000,000 hanging over tliem. Jnst think of itl A "ioor" debtor with n ?50,000 ItmayfiurpriM?tlK) average Popu-luto learn that tho dobtors aro tho rich and enterprising, and that thoy aro tlio owners of steam and street gas, telephone mul electric light companies, nnd manufacturing nnd corporations and companies. TheMJ facts aro likely to upset tho bout laid plana of politicians somo fiuo day next November. Tlio nvorago silver politiciiui may know much about tho ratio of 10 to 1, but ho knows but littlo about tho rntio between tho debtors and creditors of tho country. IIo will havo to learn it by experience. Byron W. Holt. one-ha- lf Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. 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Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa ' tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. ' Caaa.W.ZeU, W. O. Blnearaon, . ail-vo- r. sS aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal iJaaaaaaaaaaaaaal W. Poss'r Agi., Cincinnaxi 0. O. P. A.. Cincinnati. 0. .....v,. ...,. Semi-Week-ly Interior Journal June 19, 18'JG A TEKItLBLE FKIGHT. "How doca fright nfTcct you? IttU-wnmakes mo cold nil owr, and shrr-crllko water down one's back, you know." "Fright?" questioned one of those addressed. "Oh, If I'm frightened, I scream right straight out, nothing can stop mc I just yell." "You just do!" corroborated another of the pretty conclave rouud the fire, with n laugh. "1 never heard anything like it; when thai tramp we met yesterdny in the avenuo at dusk nddreased us, you made the welkin ring, and pinched my nnn black and blue, until 1 ninde you understand the wretched creature had only asked his wny." ys Stanford, Kt., y, E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Turnpike Election, the Knob Lick. MeCormack't & Turnersville. TurnpiVe Co. will I held at MeCorm'ack's, JULY 3, 189L t a o'clock p. m., fur the purpoie of electing officers for the ensuing year. K. D. PEYTON, President. A meeting of the stockholder! of ao-t- d wkI-clei- ilj At Cost. TO REDUCE STOCK t Will tell goods for Thcro wtva and exchango of coutidences, between inouthf uls of muuln, conecruingnlorms, past, present and future, when a handsome- woman with mischievous eyes, who hod not hitherto spoken, exclaimed: "Were none of you girls ever the usual desultory chat ctepped In n puddle up to my anklco, and, had I been a man nnd not so frightened, should undoubtedly havo used bad language. "I hod reached a hollow, the veiy darkest part of the road where the fog lay thickest, when oil at once I wns conscious of n presence bosido mc. It was exnetly as if tho very mist had taken shape and put Its arm round my waist. The shock was so sudden thnt, for nn instant, I felt as If struck by n dagger. My tongue elnvo to the roof of my mouth, nnd how I didn't faint on the spot hns nlwnys been a mystery to me. "The spirit of the fog, or the highwayman, keptn firm hold on mc, but did not chance the direction of my footsteps. When tho first Intense fright gave place to n sort of I found myself being guided in a fashion which gave me to understand FREE SILVER FOLLY. rottiMaater Ornnrnl WIHon Kxptitln Wrmt Preo Culnacr Mrana to Farmer mid Others. Ill n recent letter to Dr. M. W. Gam-bi- o of Moorclleld, W. Va., Postmastir General William L. Wilson miikcn tlw effi-ct- VfBO'118 Xtredmco Jiucqjuy h UO M m orrvif Snnnrp ou ojor)jrXjoio pjoh op pun wnnvoJ isoq otn 8A1 him 11 eouspnuoo otn rniAimd eq u juqi i(q A BEEF CROSS. the Next 60 : Days : At Cost For Cash. J. K. VanArsdale. struck dumb with fright?" "What a question V" thoy chorused. "Why, Mrs. Trehernc, were you ever 'taken like that?" "On one memorable occasion," was the reply, whllo a comical expression setUed about the corners of a mouth which Venus herself might have envied for its outlines, "I lost tho entire faculty of speech during fully ten minutes. I was struck dumb, and only found my tongue too lato to be of any "use" Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and US' Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it &-- Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. ' F. B. Twidwell, . J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. r you AKKGOJNO. The speaker looked across at her hostess. She was met by an amused air of incredulity. "Let us hear the story, Kitty. I can't believe In your being frightened; but unbouom yourself, dear. I intend keeping you until tho men come In to Introduce my brother, bo you'vo plenty of time," Amid murmurs of excited anticipation Mrs. Trv-hexne brg-an- : or 3f ORTHTHE WEST, and dreary, with a thick, white fog. Hut I'd better go back to tho beginning, or you won't understand. Wo wero living in Highfordshlre during the last years of my husband's lifetime, and my dream was to become an artist. I'm sorry to say it lias never bwn realized. "There was even at tUittimo ascliocl of painting near us nt Trcelelgh, nnd I soon found a lady artist willing to teach me tho rudiments. A drawback to complete happiness In my voeution was tho distai&o between our house nnd this woman's studio, for Mr. Trehernc, much as Iks disliked nry painting craze, as he called it, objected to my being alone about the roads Rtill more; and I must admit they were uncommonly dark at times. I may odd also" ond the droll look crept up to her eyes "he had two special bugbears, These were tho artists and the models. "He declared they were all Bcamps, and that, if 1 escaped from the artifices of tho one, I should sooner or later be gnrotted by the other. The male sex he more particularly referred to, but I must confess he had no very high opinion of the women either. "Therefore, much as ho hated his horses being out at night, he insisted on bending the carriage for me in all weathers.and I firmly believe tho coachman had orders to give a receipt for my person ever' evening. g "Whether the presence of a young fellow who used to go about with one of tho artists, and wliobc, no doubt, glances my husband had surprised In church, contributed at all to this frame of mind, I never knew. Butlhadraysusplcione, although, as a matter of fact, I never fo much as spoke to tho man, or heard his newly-adopte- d good-lookinwell-intention- "It was an evening like this dark name. LOUISVILLC NHVIllt R. R. "One day in tire winter, I had boon working1 in the lifo class till after five, If the line for you, as its nnd owing- to a dense fog the carriage was late. I suppose I ought to have waited for It, but tho tempter In the Makejcloso connections at of a LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI tshopotea in girl friend persuadedI mo to take her rooms. Nor am quite Tor all points. clear If directions were left at the stuTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH dio to cnablo tho carriage to find me. For any information esquire of "I doro say you Imagine tho party jua a. jviuh, vig.ai Ky included men. If you do, you are Stanford, Mr. wrong. Whatever Treherno thought, morals wero very strut, I can tell you, in Treclcigh. "Wo wero half a dozen girl students, of whom one played divinely on the Only Direct Like Between i 'oello, and It must buvo been qui to ao hour later before I started, ray bodyquickest between ,Shorttt and not having turned Frankfort, Georgetown and Parla, guard in the mud alone. up, to trudge homo Maysville, Oynthlana, Garlielo, "1 have said tho rooda could bo very Falmouth and Covington. Ailc for ticketa via Kentucky Midland. Trains dark, but I never knew them bo bad as run by Central Standard Time. they were 00 this particular evening. Time Table April 19, 1806. LampB there wero few even In the vil No. r. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. lage, and the fog obscured such as there p. m. p. m. s. m. were, I felt very sorry for myself on 6 j$ 00 4 05 Lv Pranklort A " Elkhorn ...708 4 iS 1 ao leaving tho comparative illumination - Double Dally Trains Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort 1 of tho street for the utter blackness of 7 45 jj 7 50 5 00 Ait. C S. Depot the lonely road that lay between mo " Paris ..C $ 35 - 8 30 and home. TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. "I wondered where tho brougham p. m. a. in. a. m. p. m. coukl be, and for once missed its comParis 5 C 9 so Lt C. 8. Depot ..... 10 as 6 55 4 35 33 fortable cushions, and tho Inspiriting " Georgetown B 1040 636 640 presence 545 of our fat coachman. The fog " Stamp'g Gro'd 10 58 6 54 7 27 M 7 J5 penetrated Elkhorn......... 11 16 7 it eyes, nose and cars. It 815 An rrankfbit A... it jo 7 as blinded mo and made me cough. SUNDAY TRAINS. "With difficulty, by aid of my um Lear Georgetown to 40 a. ra; arrive Frankfort brella and the palings, I was able to It 30 a. ra. Leave Frankfort 4 as p. m. arrive Georgetown keep upon the apology for a sidewalk. m. j 13 p. Kentucky Midland Railway and conneo though in places I literally had to Tho could. titMs form the short 'it and cheapest route to all crawl along1 as beet I pinu South, East, North and West,their agents. "Just at first there wero people .a For further information apply to C D. BERCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent.. about, grown large and IndistinguishGEO. B.UAKPKK, Rec'rGen.Sup able In tho mist. A boy passed mo Frankfort Kv whistling a popular air. I envied him his courage, and would have liked to Imitate it. no passed on, und I felt more lonely than ever. Tho tree trunks loomed like hug phantoms in tho murky stillness, nnd tho wholo world 4 " Stamping Uround GeorgetownU... j ay 437 a 15 a 30 4 00 148 TIBLER'SDII - P BUCK EYET Mil OINTMENT WCM1PY - iCUBES- HOTHIWB BUT - PILES.' seemed dead. "Then I remembered an encampment of gypsies, of whom some had posed as models, and nearly all had been up before my husband In his capacity as Supposing CURE 'A aURI iriaua aIH vatara stthn KtT l t- for PILES. HUlTiXLVl PfMIT. M..IT. 10713. f magistrate, during the past month. one- of them hnd noticed my watch or rings during a sitting? The , thought was appalling. , "Footsteps behind me made my heart jump Into my mouth, but they died shuddered, May In the distance..-- into live Mel: raising liotli they and tho country would bo better off. Tho fine cow in tho picture is en Lord Hoelcry''i stock f.rni at near Edinburgh. is !1 years 1 Id and weighs 1.S2S pounds When he was that the ghost, gypsy or garotter, weighed, it was found she showed it gain whichever It might be, at least knew tho of 1.79 pounds of meat tor every day road. 1 110 longer stepped into puddles. since die was born. Hir name is White or scratched my hands in the hedges, Socks, because tf her white hind lips. but was usslsted along, apparently Tho chapter in the history of this cow v ithout an effort. which is most interesting to cur stock "Why I did not cry out Is the inex- breeders Is that she is it cricsbml Shirt- plicable thing. It wns doubtless that first shock which hnd paralyzed my tongue, yet I was being tnken to some lonely spot, there, 1 presumed, to be robbed or murdered, or both, by one whom I could recognize only ns a blurred shape, If Indeed It was of this world at all. "And all tills while terror kept mo dumb, whllo tho thing neither relinquished nor tightened Its grusp, so far not a rough one, but held on the even WHITK &OCKS. tenor of Its wny up the hill which, unHorturowoa horn nud Altcrdeon-Aiiguhad sent my wits less fright altogether, sliould lead, I knew, tho bull Hiugleadcr cf the Collynlo Shorthorns. Her dmu wow half Shortto our own avenue. Aberdeen-Angu"Of course I was fully aware that horn and half It will bo interesting to note that, alsomo terrible design wns In the mind of my ghostly companion, nnd feared though Whito Socks is lest every moment should Iks my last. Shorthorn blood and only and her siio was full Still, with life there was hope, though AliordiMi-Angublood Shorthorn, in her apiituaneosho 1 6eclaily dreaded the bylano which lines rather branched off towards tlie rypsy Wl" follows the AbenleCH-Augucampment, and which we must pass di- than thoShc.rthoru. She in hcrnhtvt and black, with little whito undr hex Icdy rectly. "Then a new, Btrange feeling crept aud about her legs. Tho great weight over me. I wns dreamily coiucIouh of she has attained smacks uf tho Shortleaning heavily on the giirottcr's nrm horn, while the rapidity with which she AtMrdten-Angtis- . and finding it a strong one, wondering rcuchi'd it shows the nt tho same time If this awful experi- This is a taking tnixtnro of bmcK ence was the punishment ol my disobeTo Stniiii Out IIosj Cliolcr. dience. How fervently I vowed that What we need is a combined effort of if I got safely out of this scrape, nothing on earth would ever again tempt nw tho farnurs through the swine growera' to risk my life nfter dark among Che asMciutleus and u united effort aUMiug themselves to adopt buitablomonsuroto lanes of Treclclgli. "Suddenly we stopped. I gospel, stamp nut hug cholera and other infecto still mute as a fish, and shut my eyes tious aud wntagious tUfcuMtt, too have suitable laws passed, lmt not tight. Already, In anticipation, I felt to ho enforced. Qnurautiuo tho murderous knife at my throat, tlve laws tOumJd bo passed to restrict tho robber's ltnnd rifling my dead body. e The arm around mo perceptibly tight- disease to tho infected herds, with prmibionit to enable the owner to boatened its grip; my heart stopied totx slaughing, when a deep, musical voice whis- market all hogs that my ear: There really are tered; nlso providing for tlie insirfcfjon pered in footpads about, but you have no reason of lugs when slaughtered, thereby tho temptation to ship diseaM-to bo frightened. All I want from you hog to market, and when they do get Is one kiss to Inst me my lifetime.' "Uef ore I could recover my senstw the there see that they are Buitnldy disponed to of. highwayman had proMwcl his Next we ued a law making it a my cheek. Tho spell was broken, I criminal offense to knowingly sell disopened my eyes with a piercing shriek. Hut he hail vanished as 6llently and eased hogs without, informing tho puradroitly as he had come. All I saw wns chaser of their actual condition, and all the indistinct light of a lantern us our hegs shlpj)od away from tho sUxikyturthi sliould Ikj placed opened the gate and for finding purpo-sunder strict imaxuntiuo a suitable length hastened towards mc. "In a dazed kind of wny I rwiclicd the of time under such regulation as nu.y house without further adventure. Who le thought Ixt for tho public gxl. my assailant had been I never knew. Dutil wo can get snitablo laws piucd I assumed him to bo a gypsy lmj.erti-ncnt'- v ff r the protection of tho swill" industry retaliating on me for some of farmers can by uniting do a great dwl Mr. Treherne's judgnnuits. The voice by absolutely refusing to purchase all hhlppid xo iu was one I hod never heard Ix'fore, but hogs that liuvo 'so remarknblo was Its low and oeuluir tiro cars, and cspec.nlly th"' that havo quality, that I should recognize it ugnln been to market. When they want breedamong thousands. I may odd that my ing stock from a distance they should hushand'was so vexed at my missing tlw havo It properly crated so as not tocomo carriage, which had returned without iu contact with tho car, and it would mc, and also at my making u slrow of be liettcr toqunrantino all animals from myself by shrieking outide our own a distance three weeks before iiitrodtac-iu-g them to their licrds. Whllo it might gate, that I hnd to give up the school u car so as to bo bo putisiblo to and my artistic dreams forever." Tho completion of Mrs. Trcheroo's safe I do not bellovo that it ever will bo narrative elicited a round of applutrre done effectually enough to mako it nio and a fire of chaff. The hostess, keep- iu all cafes. Then again, ovrey farmer ing her eyes fixed on her friend, ulone should plaoo his hog lota when potdbio mode no remark, when 0 noLso outride where they will not reccivo tho washbetokened tho return of tho men from ings from any other farm, and jon!tivo-l- y prohibit all intercourse with Infected hunting. Tho door opened, and, following the farms and sco that all dead hags having died with a contagious or infectious host, entered a tall, disease are properly burned as soon rw sunburned man of about 35. Mrs. Trcherne, still Immersed In her possible. E. C. L. Larch, M. D., in reminiscences, was gazing at tho fire, Hrecder's Gazette. when lier hostess' voice aroused her: Half IlreeMl French Ooachr. "Kitty, hero Is my brother, who is No family of colts has over bewi dying to be introduced to you. ne has only just returned from South Africa, awarded ho largo a per cent of honors where lie has been ever since ho left under such a critical system of judging TreeJeigh many years ago." as lias lecn bestowed upon tho half bred Mrs. Trcherne looked up with the French coachers. air of n woman to whom Naturally tho thought In tho minds 0 stranger has just been presented. She of cautious men has been to wait nnd held out her hand. sco tlio resuks following tho cross mado "Indeed," she said, carelessly; "do by breedlug French coach etallkms to you also know that HtUe artist colony? mores of all nieos and degrees of quality We were just mentioning it." as they couio from tho farms and harm "I thought no one ever remembered of New Enghuid Years havo passed, Troeleigh but mc, Mrs. Trcherne. Ten nnd having 1 00 or moro lm-l- bred colts, years ago I carried away from there n not from selected but from fanners1 memory that will last my lifetime." marcs owned all over Maine, I challenge uny and every breeder in New Enghuid This remark. Innocent enough in wns uttered In a particularly deep to a competitive tost based upon tho ize, conformamusical voice. Something quite un- road horse standard usual in ita timbre arrested the atten- tion, iutelligence, substance courage, tion of everybody present, wlio, as if road actioii und uniformity in typo impelled by a common impulse, looked These art tho dementi" which make up across at Mrs. Trcherne, and it must tho rend horse so eagerly sought after bo admitted that that lady gave abunby loyors of a good horse To the muldant cause for curiosity. At tho first tiplication pf this class attention may sound of the newcomer's voioo b1h well be directed, as tho demand inust started violently, and stared at tlie own- steadily increase J. S. Snuboru iu er thereof with an expression of mute Breeder's Gazette dismay. She made nn effort to speak, Olluiial. but without success, and fnlling back in her chair, covered her face with her A ccrresiKmdent cf Tho Breeder's Gahands. zette say.s he tousiders'oilineal nt $20 a For nn Instant there was silence, then ton equal (o corn at '20 cents a bushel, came n burst of laughter. "Tho Phan- Ho finds that oilmenl mixed plentifully tom of the Mistl " they cried. Madame. with the c rn will shorten the timo of Another corre. fattening by I respect tho man who knows dis- fPQiiclcut finds that the ojlmenl helps tinctly wbnt ho wishes. The greater mattvrs wonderfully when fed to tho part of all the mischief In tho world cattle ,thnt arc; en pasture. Ho gives it arises from tho fact that men do not along vilh corn for ground feed, Still sufficiently understand their own aims. a third man says, that oiluieal is admira-hl- n They havo undertaken to build a tower, it hoira cf all aces. It keens them and spend no more labor on ths founda- Jn'.gcd, htnltlv' ,'For PB ho feeds it tion than would be necessary to erect wun. me nop, iciiiug u bwut iv iu i a hut, Goethe. b'ouri. Dnhiu-iiyl'r.rk, hr wool-gatherin- Tim Hmult nf Mixing Alirrilecii-Aiiarii- a nnd Shorthorn 1!1mh1. Ltfrd RoKcbery to be more successful as a cattle breeder than a" up Dcmhtles if cme rf our American Ftntt'Miicn tf high degree would g- n. - g s. s. three-fnurt- oui-fonr- th n bur-deus-t- suit-abl- iu-et-lt lis lodge-keep- i er 1 following clear statement of tho real of free coinage : meaning and "Free coinage of silver at 10 to 1 means thnt any private owner of silver bullion may bring it to tho mint and havo It coined without ehargo into dollars of tho present weight and fineness, which, of course, would thereafter bo worth as much as and no more than tho bullion of which they wero coined, which is now about f)0 cent to tho dollar. No gold would then lo coined, localise with tho bullion iucvssary to coin a gold dollar could bo purchased enough silver bullion to coin two silver dcuinrs. No one would nso gold dollars to pay debts which lie could pay with losrt valuable silver dollars. Tlw first effect of free silver would bo to drive out of circulation tlio 1030,000,000 of gold and to sink all silver and jwper money to the standard of tho silver dollar. "There Is no country in tho world that could make this sodden chango in it money standard without plunging headlong Lato an indefinite period of panic, ixinkntptcy and distress, with disastrcruH check to its dTolopuent and long idleness to its industries. Tlio hope held out to debtors that they would bo able to pay in cheaper dollars would never lo realized, Ucauso tliey would lo at oiwo presmsl for Uioir debt, and in sueJi a disorganlrcition of tradn and of all buKincK they could not get tlxelronp-e- r dollars, and tln idea thnt fno silver would give u.s n l.irger currency would not lo realized, if ever, in tlso lifetime of tho pment generation. "The farmer is urged to support free silver on i1k ground that his product haw gone dcrwn with tlio gold standard and would with tlw silver stanuird They wcjld not rise as fast or as much as tiro things lo lias to buy, nndlxMmght to poo tliat, while wixot und some other things haw goio down of rtvnt yiurs, it is Noun' of tlw ImnntKxlylncroivtl production and tiro rpnd and ci,apneKS with which all parts of tl world can carry their whmt by stam ir ami steamship to tlio inarki which fix its pricc. "Hut farm pmliKxis, nn tim nwnips havo not fallen ho much as tlio tilings which tho former lass to buy, and in wages iu labor has ntdily all Uw yean of tN gold stauihinl, thus giving tl lalmring man, with fewer hours of work, largtT control over tlio uiHisanefl and comfort of life, "Out of all tlio oatnstroltiTnf stnii a chango no uxii woukl emergo unharmed except those w1m irwn gold (rr w1k own silver Imllion or uiIikm, and when wo had ones gotten ro a sllviTUwIsand to luiild up iignin tU crtslit syU m upcni It tls.it mnnMlims systiun which has mndo iwlblo our imiiern Arwlop-nieji- t aixl whlcii repnuits many times in currency circulation tuid power tho wo money Uuds on which It rest sliould haw a oumlcrsonio, )ioiiy, ino ferior metal money, llko Um few of tlio world, and surrender to our gmit commercial rivulB nudiauiKm tho U'Ht uiofjil aixl tlio for tnidt and oomnvroo, "If lxlngnw totiKirrtnv had tU pcrwtir and slunibl enact a law compelling all tho railroads of thooonntry immediately to change fnim bnxMl gauge to narrow gauge, it would nct mono dlHfirgonizo of tlio countho transjurrtation lrahin try and nioro cnpiki itsollk'i',nry thereafter, as (otnreind with otln-- nations than for us to p:is.s at oixw from a gold to a silvrr staiwlanL " dVOS 31L3HIV10 man otji jo ono inq i wim f jooj oin jsii otu, niwn 01 01 J spooo padujs uunuiiu.v in.iuip w rising 01 mx joii Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. WHKHK.IS, The merchants snd.clbpr buntiMl mrn of SlatfutJ have adopted th CASH SYSTEM, c, the physicians ol this community ask anil dftuand thai our billi, in tht futur. shall t paid ivrry thirty days lo cash. Its iqulvaltnt or a nctf, DfjoUsbU SDiipayabln in bank, with Irfal Inttitit, nd dnr when tnvlcea arc rradtred. I'eitnns now owing us for past profpstlonat terriers must ccmr forward and sett'e at an early date Them m a business as well as prcfrtsional tide to the practice cl mcdiclre and misery which i are determined lootoerve in tht tutnre. J K.rAHI'KNTKK I. r. J'KVTO.V, 6 W IIKUNAUGII. STIKI.K 1IAI1.KV. W II, O'HANNON. : t 11 tUOK.j Mav 8, tloi. 1 a rij "THE f. OLD RELIHBLE" ::t... . i- 1i&&2z8t . -. THE ir incnd Cincinnati Weekly Commercial at.. &kzzuj Gazette wBCTr-w.rrv'&r- crrs-xc- u rf.'t n ONLY .... 50 Cents a Year. A HTKCIAL OKKKll -- In order tc (el Into more bmr, new subscribers who lend OU CtH. Ifoie June jo will receive the Weekly Comn osrcllc frcm date ofiubscriptlen to July lit, ifc7 1'ublished every Tursrfay mornlnc in time to reach readers at a distance ol joo miles on day ot publication. It Is lha oldrst fsmily nswspaper In lb West. 1 has eljhl pajjes ol ei(ht columns each.com paclly filled wim the nisi imporiant ncwsoflha world and just wl at ths lairily fnrslde n.ost Address COMMERCIAL GAKTTK CO , Cincinnati, O. cr-c- m unpro-grussiv- lX r. 1 id-)o- )s fr.-.- ; &i i i iiC riii tfri4fltfl r THE CINCINNATI DAILY AND SUNDAY Mlf yr-Piiu All AiKmnl Iir ttxi ."UllWrnnlum. InlCcnoral Nows, Volute, -, t 03oooiii, ittUcrlliuui, C 5Uuvatloiio,S; 2ttavltrtlLUnorte. tP3WSStc.-- . For sale at all news (OMtorlat Itloltrv leads - Them All. HtJsKiTTfe friB,V lOi the good-lookin- g, stands and delivered by car-rl- at to cents per Witt 7 days. lly mall, includinc Sunday . .. . $J 8 per montli lljr mall, omitting Sunday 7j per month . ... Saturday, daily 75 per year a 00 per ytar. . Sunday fc"cUMMErfCiAL70,AZF.TTE CO., twE Cincinnati, O. J er ... 1 "Big Four" New Line U twren Cincinnati, The Ooartew-Jourru- sl BcMlia Ita Mind. prinuir-ic- s al half-Interest- Tiro day after tl Kentocky tho Louisvillo Couiiev-.Tourn- said Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THE SCHEDULE, m a. a. 0 15 a. rn. .545 p.m. Throuch coachea and parlor cars on day trains. Through coichrs, Wagner Slet pins; Cars Clncm. nail to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night trains. No service between Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit is AS HOOD AS OUK NEW YORK LINK, AS CtOOD AS OUK CHICAGO LINE, AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINE. Hut your tickets throuih via "Hit Four." For full information cail on agents or address D. II. MARTIN. It. Cl. McCOKMACJK, Gen. I'ass. ATM. Agt, Pass. TratbcMgr. 1 .. editorially: f It-eel-f, cne-thir- Democrats) havo repudiated tlio only president tlio Democratio party Ivxs eleotod and seated for W) yoors. They hnw repudiated tho most distinguished of Kontncby'u living sons and tho greatest Dumocratio intolkct in tlio United States. They liuvo sprrupon tlio f atliers of tho party wIkjho nnmo and they claim, luivo organization Jefferson on ignoramus, Jack-baa conspirator, Benton a knuvo and Cleveland u traitor. For tho fuith hand-w- l down through a hundnd years of glorious party history they havo milwti tuted a mI rejected by every Intelligent civilization on tlio globe, mid for tlio exponents of that fuith tliey havo substituted such opostluri of Populism as Stewart, such exlmrters of soclaliKin as Tillnuui, such cvangolH of anarchism as Altgeld, Saturday's work make Kopublicanfor years. Ik'foroBat-urda- y Bnulloylfim was dead, Imt Saturday mado it possible for any Republican to carry Kentucky over n party which binds Itself to tho oorpso of froo silvcr-lsTho ono thing now for Kentucky Democracy is that tho Chicago convention shall not ratify its stupendous blunder, and that chanoo seeins all too remote, " Straight Oomia, Thcro can bo no middle ground. It must bo sound money first, last and all tho timo. Baltimore American. pro-claim- "Thty (tl Cincinnati, Air. Toledo.. Arr. ueiroii...... Lv. ..... ,..9 00 a. m. .3 -- J P. m. g 15 p.m. n , Sdenllflo American Agency for ICcn-tuck- y IH OKSIQM swATBNTSs tO. 3, OOIVIIIQMT. for Infannatlon ona f rco llandliuok wrltfl to . KUKN a ca. Ml BaiuuwAT. hxt Yock. (rr wearing paunu In ABaxtca. Oldet KreryMientukenciut hyusU . lav puuiio vj m uuuuvttivufvw brouiht um wvJ;aJvu xksKtm ikl0 ICuriH rm TIIAM MAsllfB. OAVaTATS. butu "(ietilKic al Wf tifiiu Large efrcntatton of any aeientlflo tn tbt Plworld. aiilanifldlf Uluatrmtad.' marafxr InttilllKent, man ahould be-- without Ik Weekly, gS.OOa jmti ftiNmiHiuii, AaainBU.i.l City.CO,,1 Brvadwajr, Mow York tfwuanwta, XXJZSZXX W- -: WftTHwxhSWj i TllnW Vitanii nraa triad I A ma line of shoes at Farris & Har- ntUflttT nntlKT .. & ilin'e. Tuesday for breaking into tho tool houBe Hamhuiio nt very hhbt cost at Shanks'. Every kind of suspender men can of M.S. Baughman aud stealing therefrom, and his guilt being proven and it PocKsf knives nt cost Ht Craig A Hock wear, except one, at Shanks'. Btanford, Kt., - Junk 19, 189B ore being his second conviction this court Bituminous and cannel nut coal, bot- the penalty was doubled and he was A i'kiv One belts left to close out cheap. tom price. Try it. Noel & Son. given 10 years, making 15 in all and in E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Danks. Boiiax "From the Desert," a book of his caso equal to a life sentence. This Tiik baud hero will put In a bid to play There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices 200 Borax receipts free at Craig & Hock-er's- . disposes of the burglary cases, William You should tnko your prescriptions to for the Liberty fair. going up for life, Dick Evans fcr Brown . Penny V dniR storu wliero prompt and 15 years, Owsley Evsns for 10 and Miller William Si'iiatt is back from the Lex accurate survico Ih uunrunteed. Fhuit jars and jelly glasses at cheap at Broaddus for five. They played a big hand In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. inuton asylum, apparently oil Farris it Hardin's. They wero bought whilo they could and lived in clover, but Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Ulacks. Call peiisoxai. points. Bank Stock. J. M. Alverson bought before tho rise. when they got caught up with died all '9Ep at once and get pick of the stock. Mii. Mahk Haiidin left yesterday for of J. W. Baughman some Farmers Bank Clothing at the lowest possiblo cash over. & Trust Co's. stock at f 100. Judge Saulley ordered Anthony Alcorn Monticollo. prices nt Shanks, If you waut a suiti Tiiurti. aro said to he 37 visiting younf, to be brought beforu him Tuesday for inspect our stock. j Siiowbub and warmer wbb yesterday's ladies here now. sentence. Tlie order was obeyed, when prediction. It is already pretty warm w Until July 1st, 18'J(J, you can buy any- the judge said: PitOK. W. 0. Ohinhtkad, of Danville, and a shower wouldn't hurt at all. thing in our complete stock at actual "Anthony Alcorn, stand up! was hero yesterday. You were indictee by the grand jury at Dh. Wm. Siiklto.s loft Wednesday to Don't forget tho wippur at Moroland wholesale cost. W. H. Wearon it Co. THE MISTERY HAD spend a month at Nashville. the present term of this court for the Go and help the good women Tub Danville Advocate suggests tlint NOT BEEN SOLVED; of murder. Mib8l)RiiACoui.Titii,of Hoyle, is with In their etlort to raise money to improve the people of It is said that tho perthat prosperous city mako crime your father. .To the chaige her aunt, Mrs. T. A. Coulter. their church. WITHERS PRESENTS TO THE BUYING an effort to secure tho location of the son Hlain was contained in the indictment, you, upon Will Hitooics.of Crab Orchard, spent Schools of Iteform nnd Bays eomo good Thy J. II Baughman & (Jo. 'a cooking PUBLIC A COLD FACT, THINK OF IT! consultation with counsel appointed for several days with 0. K. Tate. words in its favor. Biof Iondon, is visit-in- n coals. They aro best and cheapest. Mil. J. B. Oaklxy, you by the Court, entered a plea of guiltuminous nut 10c, Cannel nut lie, dehis rolative, Mr. M. D. Elmore. Lunatic Friday Carson, a Negro 50 ty. Under this plea the only require Miss Viiuiib Wiiitk, of Oorbln, is vis- livered ut your house. years of age, was tried beforu Judge ment of the jury wbb to fix your punishiting friends In the Goshnn vicinity. San (lev yesterday for lunacy and ordered ment. The law gives to juries in this A train ofcn.ru, 17 in number, loaded What's more my customers realize that far t, saving money in evMiss Lizzik May Oiiaiiii, of Eminence, with tallow passed through a few days to the asylum. Sheriff T. D. Newland ery instance. My bargains always surpass the anticipations of those is the guest of Miss Lucille Menefee. took him to Lexington yesterday. Hgo. It camo from Chicago and was conwho come doubting, and they go away convinced that Withers' barMlis. 0. S. Fhakk", of Louisville, is signed to Mnrsaillee, Franco, Two Negro women, Hannah Alcorn with her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Weiiner. gains are just as offered. Mn 8. L. Bastin, one of Laurel counLost. On dirt road between Jim Itip- - and Susie Love, fell out over the atten ty's big coal operators, was hero Wednes erton's shop and Dr. Fowler's small tions one was paying to tho other's husUndertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and Manday. silver lock bracelet with initials "E. B. band and had a hair pulling match in ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. N. B. Phick and Mrs. Ed Price, of 0." Leave at this ollico and get re- front of Warren & Shanks. Whole tufts of hair were pulled out by the roots and Oarrard, spent Tuesday with Dr. A. S. ward. the store's display of goods was knocked Price. Tiik Spring line of ladies' half shoes into a cocked hat. Jambs Oahkoll Pick lit, of Shelby county, is with his sister, Mrs. Will Sev- now being clueed out at very low prices The Mimual meeting of the Kentucky ftifeck.ti3 4f r at Shanks'. They aro all Zeigler goods. erance. good goods for Educational Anjochtion will ho held at Uasiiiih J. W. IIockkh and daughter, Now Is your time to get Newport, beginning next Monday and Miss Ion, ol llnstonville, were here little money Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices lastu g three days. The L. ifc N. and Q Tuesday. Fish John Novius and several other & C. will sell tickets on tho22d and 23d, on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Miia. U. W. IIockkh aud children, ol boys dtaggi-- Blum's pond a few daysngo good to the 27th, at one fare for the round-triLath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a S. aud got lUJ pounds of lish. Tho largest Kansas Oily, aro visiting nt Mr, J. The hotels will make a rate of 1.50 full htock of every thing found in a Lumber Yard, and by weighed 12 pounds and the smallest and the boarding houses a day. llocker's. selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make. prices lower than have MlWJ Ol'IIKLIA Tiiomiso.n, of lDtlirtVllIc, eight. They were cute and carp. ever been offered here. Tiik sunshine of talent will send forth made a llytng visit to ihe Misses Uckoy Tiik Clnmens House at Danville, which its golden rays at Walton's Opera House tills week. Ho cost about ;50,000, was sold at public as never before and the judges Maut Smith is hero as a witness ANTHONY ALCORN, THE CONDEMNED. is in the saw mill bueitieve in Pulaski and auction Mondny ami with n couple of va- have an arduous task before them in descant lots adjoining brought only is,iu:t. ignating th victorious young lady of the says he Is doing well. Mlis. J. B. pAvro.N has been visiting It was bought by .Malcolm Wetnlger, ol uine contestants who shall be crowned kind of caso, the discretion to fix the queen of tho realms of ability A crowd- nunisliment at either death or confine her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. U. Uobin Boyle. ed house will watch with interest their ment in the penitentiary for life. Tho Bon, nearOilhertB (Jreek. Ciiah Or.niAiii) SruiNus, no Manager is decision I'p to o'clock yesterday over jury of your selection found you guilty Mies Anna Siiklhy Mauofkin Gus Hnfmanu writes us, will open next ISO reserved seats had been sold. Beau- according to your plea and fixed your spending n few dys at "Arcadin," t luMonday, ":td, with a full complement of ty and chivalry will till the entire build punishment at death. Have you now home of the Mimvi Shelby. everything neceesary to the comfort ol any legal cause to show why tha sening. Managers. Mh. G. It, Kkmi'KH, of lxlngton, spent guests and at prices which will make it tence of tho law shall not be pronounc Messrs. several days with his mtatives, They are hard to find, in the reach of all seeking health or Memoiuai. Day. At Danville Tues ed?" It. 0 Bush. W. H. Murphy and pleasure. Prisoner, "None." day "Memorial Day" was celobratod Mn. ami Mis. C. D Saltmahsii and By tho Court: "It is therefore the by the Knights of Pythias. Headed by n I'ahty. MIhm'h Lizzih and Mary Mrs. Mary Scott accompanied tho retho Junction City Brsns Band, n largo judgment of tho Court that you be remains of Frank Scott to ljuincy, O. gave a delightful party Wednesday army of Knights at 3 o'clock marched to manded to tho custody of the jailer of Mlis. B. M. Wkkiimo.n, of Louisville, evening in honor of Misses Olive Wood the cemeterr, where services were held Lincoln county, nnd by him securely who hasbwn the guest of Mrs. L. A. son, of St. Joseph, Mo., and Fannie by Dr. E M. Green, pastor of tho First kept until Thursday, the Oth day of AugWeltner, returned homo Wednesday. Shanks, of this place. A dozen or more Presbyterian church, and Dr. Sutherland, ust 1S!W, nnd on that day you he taken Mn. Clauknck Phick, son of Secretary couples were present and enjoyed the of the Second, both honored Knights, by the aheriiT of Lincoln county to n pri0. F. Price, of the Louisville Jockey evening greatly. the former delivering an address in the vate place of execution to be by him se Olub, is the guest of MUs Llccie Beazloy. day between the Goi.m) to Hin.n. Drs J G. Carpen- pretence of a largo crowd. Flowers wero lected, and that on said Miia. N'an.iik Wkakk.i and Margaret then spread upon the graves of tho 1G hours of 6 o'clock of the forenoon and 7 and Nan Denton James went to Lexinn ter and J. F. Peyton, proprietors of Tho deceaeed brothers who sleep there, o'clock of tho afternoon, vou he by said ton Wednesday to vielt Mrs. Wearen's Joseph Price Hospital, are preparing to among them the late James It Marrs, ollicer hanged by tho neck until vou are enlarge one of Dr. Peyton's cottages on brother. whose grave was covered with (lowers, dead!" Mbs. It. J. Lyiwi and Mifs Lucille Whitley Avenue and when completed it The solemn words seemed to have no after which the Knights marched back Cooper went over to Ixingtou Tuesday will he used instead of the building now to the hall, where opportune speeches effect on the boy, who heard them withand spent a few days at Dr. and Mrs. Lee occupied on Danville Avenue, which i8 out apparent emotion or concern. not largo enough. There will bo 10 or were made by members, nnd tho meeting F. Unirman's. Win. Chesterfield, charged with formore rooms and the building will bo a adjourned. Editor Harry Giovannoli gery, was acquitted on peremptory in Missus Bkniik Plcmmkh, of llarrods-burwas in tho procession and marched with Nina Atkinson, ol Henderson, and marvel of convenience. structions of the court. The indictment marked military precision. Flossie Bosley, of Danville, aro with the was for forging the namo of T. G. HedgOc it Lancaster friends have a treat in t&r Remnant Silks at 24c Going Like Hot Cakes. a Misses Feland. Plkasant Occasion. Mr. Hnd Mrs. J. es in tho endorsement of a check for $20 store for them. Misa Harriet E. E. J. Dahnaiiy and sister, Miss Pbof the beautiful Delsartean artist and S.. Hundley entertained Wednesday eve ou the National Bank of Huetonville, Catherine Darnaby, of Lexington, arriv- Elocutionist, who recently delighted our ning in honor of their guest. Miss Nor- which loses the Bum. Chesterfield proed yesterday, and aro guests of MiM The following duced a contract with Hedges, whereby people, is to give a similar entertainment ma Bryan, of Franklin. Ethyl Beazloy. vonng people wero present and enjoyed lie ngreed to work for him a year and he there on the night of the 2ftu. A crowdMn. W B McltoiiKKTS and family and ed House greeU.nl her and her troupe of the hospitality of tho host nnd hostess: claimed that under it, he wiw entitled to Mrs. W. L. Itobinson.ofLouiHVille.speut Mary Alcorn, Jessie nil his wages. It was reported that Chesbeauties hero and if the Lancaster peo- Misses Annie and Lnck-oseveral days with Capt. and Mrs. T. D. terfield would sue the McKinney Cana good thing they will fill nnd Kate Cook, Clara and Ophelia ple appreciate English, of Boyle. Sue Willie Halo, Mary Bruce, Callie ning Co. for false imprisonment, but it is o to overflowing. the Mn. Wm. Wahiihm.oI Danville, was up Hoi ton, Pearl Bumside, Jennie Warren, said that he told Mr. J. U. Vanhook that county Tuesday to seo after a case in tho Nettie and Georgia Wrny. Bessie Rich- he was done with tho cnao. Afterwards, Ginskno DocroHri). Mr. D. A. Twadciurt. and was the gnest of his brother, dle, of Pleasant Point, who was hero ards, Xannio Vandeveer and Messrs. however, he sent his attorney word to lion. It. 0. Warren. P. M. McRoberts, A. S. Price, W. W. keep all the papers, that ho would be Wednesday, showed us a sample of Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Mn. W. II. Hiooins received a letter a certain farmer had triad to Withers, Jno. S. Wells, W. A. Tribble, back soon to take action. Mr. Robert tlmt Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock ye from John A. Mcltoberts, ol Corbin, palm oil on a Kingsvillo merchant. The J B. Gentry, James Engleman, Jack Harding, who assisted in the prosecuterday stating that a line boy had just and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. larger roots were filled with lead, but it Rout, A. II. Severance, R. O. Engleman, tion, tells us that the case will be appeal arrived at his house. Jr., G. T. Lackey, G. A. McRoberts, J. ed. He believes that a good caso was nicely that it took an export are was dono so T judges of tha contest to find whore it was inserted. As Carroll Bailey, Will Embry and George made out and that the court erred in Hon. J, M. McVey, of Paris, Prof. J. M. gingseng brings per pound and lead Dunn. At 11 o'clock a delightful sup- giving peremptory instructions. Walton, of Livingston, and Hon. U. P. coots only about 7c, it will he readily seen per was partaken of. It was far into the The trial of the case of Dan Cooley, Cooper, of Lebanon. wee Bran' hours when the young folks administrator of D. S. Cooley, who was why the metal vtas used. Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at Mb. Sam W. Mknifik fell down a llight left and they then did eo with reluctance. killed by an L. A N. train at Paris, was D. A D. Institute at DanStanford boys lost out at Crab Or Dr, A. S. Price assisted Miss Bryan in re- begun yesterday afternoon. Tux of step at the Messrs Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. ville Monday night and cut two ugly chard Tuesday afternoon by a score of 3 ceiving and entertaining. Welch, Harding and Helm represent the M to 13, but it was necessary for the East gashes on his forehead and nose. plaintiff and Mr. J. W. Alcorn is assisted Frank Scott Killhd. As the passen- in tne defense by L. L. Walker, of GarMissis Lola am) Hknlby Kociibbtbb, End boys to import several ball players to accomplish that end. Hendricks and ger train from Richmond was backing up rard. The suit is for $10,000. of Louisville, and Miss Lncy PenningEast End, are visiting Misa DeBord started in as the battery for our from Rowland to Stanford Tuesday night ton, of the To reduce stock, I will offer special boys, hut later on Geer and Johnson at 0:'2Q, it struck a cow belonging to J. Bettie Itochester, at Dr. Owsloy'a." W. Adams near Mr. Isaac Hamilton's prices on boxing, fencing, studding and Misa Bellk Boglb has returned to wore substituted. Jones, of London, and overturning the rear coach, kill- joiata. A. C. Sine. UustonvlUe, after a vory prosperous ses- and Everett, of Livingston, made a strong store ed Frank Bcott, assistant agent under bia sion of ochool at Corbin. Mma Kate Bo- battery for the Crab Orchard boys, and brother-in-laGoon fob Old Cuarles. Attorneys 0. D. Saltmareh, at Rowgle, who had been visiting her, bIbo re- won the game for them so our boys Bay. for Judge Arch Carson received a dis Dr. Myere umpired nnd did bo very sat- land, His body was found between the patch from Frankfort yesterday that the turned. trucks nnd was fearfully mangled. The The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light isfactorily. Mb. Thomas Hbndiuckb.o! Louisville, court of appeals had decided in his favor 9 arm and leg were broken, the chest neck, against the American Accident and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best of and Miss Allte Hondrlcks, who has been Pbok. J. J. Ruckku, of Georgetown Col and n bolt had been driven the suit millinery busineM) in Tennessee, lege, met Messrs. P. II. and Mitchell mashed in Co. for $5,000, the policy held by his son, all in the into the head back of the ear. No one Wednesday to see their father arrived Taylor, of Casey, here Tuesday nnd tried knew he was on the train until the body Stuart Carson, who was killed in Flori Mr. J. M. Hendricks, who continues ill. to redeem Janie Wash Institute, which wasjound nnd it could not be extricated da. The amount is now about $7,000. Mibbkb Stblla and Maiikl Bbrci, of those gontlemen bought at a forced sale before the arrival of the wrecker at 11:30. The annual encampment of the Uni Buffalo, N. Y and Annlo Tribble, oj for fl,500 50 some months ago, The Mr. Scott was 33 yoars old and a native form Rank, Knights of Pythias, of Ken Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and sec vesterday to bo building and grounda cost 3,500 T,.n,iinn pltv. arrived and of Qnincy, 0 , to which place the re- tucky, will be held at Parks Hill, Nich f nresentatthe hop and contest. They were appraised at $3,500 just before the mains wore shipped Wednesday night, olaa county, beginning Monday, July C, are RuestB of Mr. W. A. Tribble at the sale was made. Tho property will be re after being prepared by Undertaker J. and continuing all the week, Col. G. L Myers House. deemed, but Georgetown College is anx C, McClory. Ho waa tho solo support of Heymam, of Carlisle, writes us that cot ions to come in possession of it in timo a widowed mother, whom he baa been tages am lodging will be free, and meals And Most Durable Stove Made. CITY AND VICINITY. to opan a Bchool there in September nnd caring for since a small child. The blow will bo furnishod at $1 per day. Reduc offered the present owners the amount is a terrific one to bor and ebe is qearly ed rates on all railroads. Let Danks repair that watch. they paid, plus 10 per cent and n bonus. prostrated. Mr. 8cott was a quiet, Tiibrb wbs a "blow out" at J. H. Fruit Joro nt Warren & Shanks'. Messrs. Taylor, who will use it as a priman and had made many friends -" HERD THK vate school, refused tho odor and offered during his stay of a year here. Capt. Baughman k Co.'a mill yesterday after Thoroughbred & Shanks'. Jelly Glasses at Warren TO TCT1 Georgetown College $100 for its right to Smith Forman had hia ankle badly noon, but fortunately very little damage' W. B. O'Bannon reporta a redeem it. Tnis, of course, was not ac- sprained and Brakeman Eubanks Bufier was done. While grading the yard the .. !......,. mtrs, tolnetcd from tn beat herdi Boy. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed cepted and nothing was accomplished by of this Umoui brd of twine in v"l different snapflno bay at the h'orae of .ur..u. j, ed from the effects of a jump, There scraper struck the "blow off" pipe, States, A ipienaiu 10.01 pg v the moeting. When tho college geta pos were no passengers on the train. The ping it like a pipe stem. The rapid for tale, NevluB. ,, , CarreiDondcnce solicited. Address iruaranteed considerable delay in traf- escape of steam shook the building conpar " 4 load of German immi- - session of it, Janie Wash Institute will BRONAUGH, . .. i flUi""j ""thronah yesterday morn- - do tdbckbu Iuy ll ouuuwmem ana a wreck caused siderably, scaring those who were in it m . ob.a1 fic, but all trains were let over before Crab Orchard, , gtu nlmoat oat of their wits. splendid school may be expected. morning. Utah. Semi-Weekly Interim Jduriie Solid silver tea Bpoona nt Dnnke. m$ms$&M8 FOR CASH I i I For tlie HSTerb T,aixt37- 3Z)a,3rs, rij-li- t. l W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. One Year Ago . Today EXPENSES CUT ftl,OOOI W. W. WITHERS, ! ... ... S- Reduction In Prices first-class d p. 1 ht A. O SINE, Stanford, Ky. 1 - JUXT HHflT YDU NEED: Io-gn- White Kid Belts, White Kid Gloves, Ladies' Collars, Ladies' Cuffs, New Wash Goods, Linen Embroidery, Dress Linens, Butter Laces, Val. Laces, g, Trilby Fans. & m Olas-coc- Severance Son, y, court-hous- PENNY'S DRUG STORE ging-sen- ht ee i-.- Penny's Drag Sore G. L. PENNY, Executor. m The Insurance. THERE IS NO DANGER. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Tq-flfi-BLUK-GUAS- well-behav- ed S Duroc-Jeri- ey Jng for y.- I a 1 1 4 R. H. V. to 3emi-Weekly Interior JouRNfl. Every Tuoaday and Friday AT McCORMACICS CHURCHYARD. HUBBLE. ITtUllBnocl .tar When not so paid 32.60 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains lesve Stanford t 7:10 a. in., and 4:05 p. m., returning t 4 'i " i nJ 9" P " m-- L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. No.ts, Ua. u. Triln going North " " No to. " ' South No. 15, . " ., . 11 37P m . 3 13 a m 04 pm . 1 03 p m .it QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City at follows: 11 07 p m No. a North No, t South ...3.41 p ra ...1.00 p in ta.09 a ro " 4 " 3 5 " ' 11 3c, 8.3J pm am " 6 10 " " ...3.15 am ...6.00 a Not. Not. 4 and 5 ami a and to run no fur her than Junction City. All trains stop there. a pOYAl POWDER Absolutely Pure.l A cream of tartar baking pow der. A Lincoln county young lady contributes the News came to Ed Minor Monday following pretty littlo pccoi : that bia father's machine shops were I stood by the graves of those at test, burned in Louisville Sunday morning, As the tun was sinking in the golden Wcet; partly covered with insurance. As the winds were sighing low and deep, I sought the place where our forefathers sleep, Tho Christian church committee has With slow and sad and measured Head, let the contract for the foundation of I marked each mound where sleep the dead. their building to Ben Penman and Pen. silent band, This Gray at $1.75 and S5c per perch. Awaiting the call from tho unteon land. Blackberries are being gathered here In one lone, forttken let, With scarce a stone to mark the spot, now and peddled at 20 and 2oc per galThere sleeps one whom our fathers tell, lon, Why not rase berries instead of eo Years ago was the village, belle; much corn, aa a gallon will buy a bushel. But now from the pure flesh undefileU, Nothing like a variety of products in The daisies of the field grow wild; An emblem of the soul set tree, farming. Another life which Is to be. There has been a membership of S4 Oh Death, thou grim and sovereign king I organized hore to begin the new church This is thy harvest, this thy sting. work, and a Sunday school baa been esManslitves an age thy power to cheat, And falls at last down at thy feet. to be held tablished at the school-hous- e, Sons ol McCormack, low cr high, in the evening bo aa to not contlict with Look not upoa her with Irreverent eye. the other Sunday school here. Though they are scattered, one by one, D. N. Prewjtt has bought some lambs They seek, ere life's meridian 's done, With trembling form and whitened head, here in the last few days at 4c. Owsley The lonely spot where sleep the dead. Sutton sold to John Miller some shoats I see him now, hit step is slow, at 2Jc and some yearling ateera to RichNot like the one of long ago. ard Oobb for 3c. J. W. Sutton sold aomo He finds the grave, his eyce are dim, And all the world it lost to him; old wheat to Lancaster Mill Co. for 0o. He thinks of loved ones buried there, Wheat and barley crops are light in this Of the dying gasp, the dying prayer; locality. Thinks of hearts still beating in vain Misaee Mnryand Frances Adams, of For thoie who shall never come again. The day will come, a glorious day, Hustonville, are visitiDg Miss Mattie When all his sorrow shall pass away; White. Mrs. Mary Swinebroad, of BoliAnd freed from the weight of earthly woes, var, Tonn., is visiting her brother, G. A He'll sweetly sleep in his last repose. Swinebroad, and family. Joe Robinson The vision's past, the vision's gone, is thinking of going to Lexington to The shades of night are stealing on, But ere I left the silent dead, practico his profeeaion. We always hate Sleeping in their lowly bed, to give a good young man up, bnt here is I heard a whisper In the bowtr, hoping that ho will do well if he does go. L. "Life's a Summer, man a flower' n, . CHEAP MONEY DEVIL. ALWAYS ON HAND TO ENCOURAGE FIAT SCHEMES WITH SOPHISTRY AND GLOWING PROMISES. J. Tty. S. OWSLEY, JR. 1 A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a candidate for Ccngress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Demociattc JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Is a candidate far Judge of the Court of Appeals for this district, subject to the Mill of tbo democ- - Sinn ford, Ky. Building. LLLTrTlLL Office over McRobetta' Druit Store in the Owsley Flrtt llegnii SHrnlntlnn Ago 1 In tho ailddlo Mt'thml Kxpl.ilniMl In Giwthrt'ii "KrtlUt" II nd n Iluml In tlu Joku Ijit HI. llubblr Tho Frrnt'li Amlcnutn AmeriSheriff of Lincoln County, can Greenback Now lluay lunhlng It a caiiiUJ.it for of ject to the action the democratic party. Aliing tlio Sixteen ti One Scheme. 'SAMUEL OWENS Sub- JAMES B. GENTRY In u rvoont intorviow Governor Keep you eye on the I'aee Fence. Sn Huff of Illinois told how ninny hundred Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, sub- Dudderar.J. L. Dawson, j. ll might, R.Cobb, action of tho democratic Your Ed Carter, II. Chancellor and others who hvt usyears gold and silvwr vroro maintained ject to the earnestly solicited O, A. PEYTON. Htanf. rd. Ky. ed It. support is Ai(ent for Lincoln County. 93 jm in circulation at a fixed ratio by tho fiat of government. It is not dltqmUtl that Alt-go- ld whenever tho legal r.vtio Inn cohveided EMMETT McCORMACK BRQD1IEAD, ROCKCASTLE CO. Highest of all in leavening streneth. LatcstUnitcd States Gov merchant, waa in town Tuesday. ernment Report. The band boys will Rive an ice cream ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. and oyster supper Saturday night. Oar band will furnish music for the picnic New York. Misa Bertie Hilton, of Rowland, is visiting relativee here thia week. 0. V. Jarrett, of Lebanon, is visiting home folks this week. J. Wilson, Bee Lick We are glad to larn that Miss Kate White has written that she was coming home soon on a vacation. Mr. Bill Gib son, of Casey county, is visiting his son- Dave Purdom, at this place. Moody Poulterand Nellie Dillon, Misses of Lancaster, are visiting Misa Sallie Smith, of this place in-la- DE, W. B. PEITITT, Dentist, Office on CAKKOLL BAILEY : Stanford, : Ky, DOC Lancaster Street, at Residence. DRYR. Proprietors Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KV. Cood saddlers bought and sold on commission half.mile track and best stables in the country. 3 Hones handled under Stddle and In Harness, roadsters and and prepared fur sale. First-clas- s Ik - apAt this juncture Mephistiphele peared on tin- - scene, as he always do.s ol tho rmintine department and guarantees nit Olhct on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court J. W. COOK Home Collections receive capcclal attention. a tpccialty ant for cash onon such ticoasiuiis. Ho proceeded at once work. la charge paint shop. month Mc KINNEY. to i.ssuo fiat currency under the author- ly Accounts due lit uf each It MKRSHON, I j II CltKKR. ity of his imperial majesty. At first tho THOMAS Y. There will be services here Sunday A. II. KINLk-tS 6m emperor was shirked at tin' monstrous NATIONAL BANK at the Baptist church at 11 a. m. confraud, and indignantly aski d who had DANVILLE, KV., ducted by the pastor, Rev. T. II. Campdared to forge the imperial name, Or.STANFOR'J. KY. HOUSE Builder and Dealer in All Kinds bell. threatening at the same time that such of Carriages. . If. D. BIL.BY. Proprietor, Messrs. DuVal and Purdom were Capital Stock- a crime should not go unpunished. Hut Repairing a Specialty. Work d:ne and warrant here this week establishing a library. - Kentucky. Surplus tlio imperial scruplcsweroM on removed London. - ed to gie satisfaction. All work done when by the arguments of Jdcphistnphelcs and All accounts due when work The membership as yet is small, num Eromised. Your patronage solicited.; Attention of the public is invited to the far 90 I have moved to my ntw Hotel and am brttti tlio hrillumt suocoMof the scheme. The bering only 20. Miss Ilettie Moore was that this is the only National Hank Stanford than ever to quickly replenished. Tlio iood Luc 17 attached accommodate the public Under the provisions of th. National in Hank treasury wits and .very couvvoitnc d appointed librarian. are secured not only by the capital anny, having received its pay. was eag- Urd, Give tat a call. stock, but or the stockholder! Mies Lillyan Tanner returned from S35. liability lor m -fRANK RILKY. 77 In the imperial palace er to amount equal to the stock, to that drpositort ol . 3T. : Lexington Wednesday. Mies Lucy lt.ii Institution art secured hy a fund tf ) 00,00c Mr. E. P. Woods has sent his great tho courtiers, mid even the pages, bad Five twom statements oftheconditlou of the bank of Mercer, is visiting her uncle, Mr. saddle stallion, Eigle Bird, to Matt Co- "money to burn," and prosperity again are inadt each yearto the United Sutes fortrn-mtand its aitcti areetamin.dat ttattd time T. M. Clarkson. Misa Mollis Wright is hen, of Richmond, who will make a big dawned upon the empire. In his astonby government agenU, thus securing aJdililoaa HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. visiting in Harrodsburg. Miss Lena fair circuit with him. Mr. W. made a ishment tho eiuirir "And dues tnd perfect safely tn depositort. This institution, originally established as the gold with my piple? this pass for Sirnett, who is visiting relatives here, splendid season with him. Offers his services o the peiple of West LinDeposit Hank of Stanford In 1838, then Is it accepted for full pay by the anny Coffins has been quite sick for a few Full stock of coln and Casey Counties. ol Stanford days. Mrs. Jonas Weihl is around oflering 3J Crab Orchard, - Kontucky. ittd as the NationalatBank First Nationalin iSoj and again I and Caskets always on hand. the Hank ol 95 Stanlord in i3j, has had practically an uninterJennie Routon has been ill with malarial cents for export cattle, July delivery. W. and tho court?" Much as wonder, I D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. must let it ga Withes to thank hit Irlendt anil neighbors for rupted etistruce of i years. It is better supplied fever, hut is considerably better. Mies A. Cunningham refused that prica for now wuh lacilities for transacting business prompt But tho court fool conid not quite un- their patronage and respectfully asks In be CALL ONMr (.raliville Iu the futun Haley ly and liberally than cvi.r before in its long and Annie Routon has been vory ill. Misses his 75 head Hs did R B. Hutchcraft for derstand this magic MiKr, of which lie will be found ready to itii you at any lime. A nonornbL career Aciounit of corporations, fiduKate Bogle and Mattie Diuwiddie, of his 80 head. Paris KHntuckiau. had Tieoivcd ', OuO crowns and heask'-ciaries firms and Individuals respectfully toilenice line ol Caaketi, Collins Robes, Ac, to ted. from always on hand la 3m Huston rille.wero hero Wednesday. Mies Tabb, Anderson & Co., of the Lex- Mephistopheles if this was go nl imiu y 's Th Directory ol this Bank is composed ol Mary Lyons, who has been very ill of ington BoHrd of Trade, sold to Western worth. Forcstus Hoid, Lincoln couuly; M. S. IlAl'c:iM4N. J W. Hai(.mmax. STANFORD, KY., Mephisto Vbtt enn huve first what S. T. Harris, Lincoln; fever, is improving. Mr. Will Olarks-to- n parties 2L',000 bushels of bluegrasa seod Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents. ever your gullet and Lolly nay drsim J. It. Colhoi, Lincoln; made a Hying trip to Mercer to see nt G3 centa per bushel. It was bought Baggage and Kcv Checks, Metal Checks of For Fool And can I buy with it fields J. W. Ila den, Stanford; ail kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key his best girl. Mrs. T. J. Price joined last fall at an average of 30 cents. and liouo and cuttle? S. It. llaughmanj Lincoln; Kings, Chains, Ac Stamping on Metal and genmorRIKTOKS Riley Shop ove,r M. I). Elmoio's store, her husband here Wednesday. Saturday, eral repairing. At Graveeend. Mephisto Of cour-e- l Demand only J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; S6 Stanford, Ky. W. A.Trlbble.Stauford; Grannan won $0,000 011 the first race, that, .and it shall not l. wanting to you. & SALE CURIOSITIES OF THE CYCLONE. 119,000 on the second, and enough on M. D. Klmorc, Stanford; Fool And castle, with finest and T. P. Hill, Stanford; Knowing how bis friend, Capt, Thos. the other races to make his winnings for deer pari: and fish pond? STAIUJE, K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Mephisto Tnily I would like to mo Richards, appreciates a joke, Dr, L. R. the dav over 150.000. He bet J3.000 on MJ. - - Kontucky. J. 8. Hockor, President; Miller, Mt.Vernon.Ky Yates sent him the following cut from a George Keesler, a 10 to 1 Bhot. which yon a worshipful lord Fool This very eenii:g will rock Kentucky. J no. J, McRoberts, Cashier; Kansas paper: The final tabulation of won the Great American Stakes. myself in a landed estate. A. A McKmney, Astt.Catfaltr If you need livery give ut a call. Nothing out the returns from the tornado district of There were, about 100 cattle at DanMephisto (alone) Who now doubts s work in every panicu-laGuarantees turnouts will leave our stalls. See ut Kansas has been completed and tue ter- ville Monday nnd there was Borne Prices reasonable. Has had 13 years' lor rates. i In our tho wisdom of our fool? 91 3m rible nature of the storms can now be for the best of them. J. W. Allen Tho other fools held on to their imigio BLACKSMITH SHOP. Co a bunch of money until it nothingness known precision. In San Francisco. dition towith scientific dehorning of ad- sold to Jerry Caldwell of scrub heifers in their hands.withered to inevitable Will guarantee Portland. When the work and satifactory 3c; a bunch the horrible at OF STANFORD, KY., four ..To the prices. Tiy our horse shoer cattle fGCO crash camo Mephistopheles had business steers by the d Is now fully ;orgtDlred and ready for business wltk monster re brought ?13; six months-olported a few days ago, additional dis- to $7. A bunch of Adair county year- eomewhero else 111 his vast domain. Tlio THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, samo cr.soiiuge again inado ids appear-nncPaid up Capital of - - $200,000. patches tell of other remarkable eccen- lings were taken down at $15.50. .... Via The to luro tlio French ieoplo to finanSurplus, . 20,000, tricities of the Btorm. Thus the Clifton At a meeting of the Danville fair cial niin when John Law acted as his News relates that a farmer in that sec directors, Saturday afternoon, it was de- fiat money agent in the Mississippi Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu- SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NaTIONAI, BANK OK STANFORD, tion had a large crib filled with corn in cided to hold a three day fair, Tuesday schema He turned up ngain topersuado al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit, Mich., can write you all the most favorable plans ol Insur Now closing up) with the same assets and under the ear; in the south end of the crib was Wednesday and Thursday, August 4, 5 tho French convention to print millions ance, He aiso represents the old reliablo Central the same management. Ky., Warehouse of lly provisions of ilschaitcr, depositors are as a knot hole, and when the tornado im- and 0. Thero will be two or three trot- of assignats on the plcdgo of tho confis- Tobacco to have a liberalLouisville, your and will Lquisvi tie mwAteAHTaCHICatoftr((Q: fo) share of be glad patronise. fully protected as aio depotitora in National pinged on the crib the suction was so ting races each day, and also some wheel cated lands of tho nobility and clergy. Will be toady to conler all the favors that can je Banks, its shareholders being held individually advancehaole to the ettent of the amount of their stocfc attrac- His cloven foot was exhibited once mora given by any warehouse. Liberal cash the v great that every ear was drawn through races, with tho usual show-rinin Only Dining Car Route From made on contignmentt, value when congress was induced to issue an ments aud country. I will beboth Stanford every therein at the parin suchthereof, ia addition to the at amount invested shares. It the knot hole, the cobs flying before the tions. William Calvert bought today of act volume of legal tender pajwr; court day. Patties wanting hoKsheadt, prizes or eiecutor, administrator, trustie, Ac, mayfully at as at money should address me at 1'alut Lick, Ky. an individual. gale and leaving the crib full of shelled Robert Evans a carload of nd ho laughed with Satanic gleo when Prompt attention guaranteed. 096m To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ns grain. It was in this same locality that hogs at 32.S5. Advocate. this greenback currency depreciated to while mnaglna; the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks an another agriculturist had at the corner The noted trottiug and show riDg Jess than 50 cents 011 tho dollar. Ho is trust they will continue to transact their butineec Elegant Pullman Vestihuled of his house a rain barrel, which bad stallion, King Rene, is dead at Ashland. now busy at tlio lugs of the numerous with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt altta-lio- n Sleepers of Modern Pattern. 10 same, our twenty years oipenence lost both head and bottom. This recep- King Rene was 21 years old. He waB victims of tho five silver mania, wliis- banking and as liberal accommodations as are con-ia maps or any information, address For sistent with sound banking, tacle was resting on its Ride with the never beaten in a show ring and had ta- poring to them of the wonderful prosE. H. BACON rUANKM. REID( perity that would flow from thocoiiiago i Ufa workman of bungbole upwards, when the rain came, ken mure prizes at St Louis and other of disks G. i. Agent . j or J D. P. A , of silver, worth 60 cents each, DIKSCTOKi: Louisville Chicago, and so copious was the precipitation that great fairs than any other horse in Amer- into full legal tender dollars. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Be sure to call for 14 YEARS . II. Shanks, Stanford; MononRoute. the water ran into the bungbole faster ica. Besides his exceptional beauty he Whenever tho Altgolds and other J.'S.lOwslcy, Stanford; it could escape from the open ends had distinguished himself as a sire of 33 demagogio udvocatod of fiat money, St Paul. than Denver. S.J. Embry, Stanford; and onepacer in the 2:30 list. whether it cousistof irredeemable paper of the barrel. The consequence was the trotters J. D. Owsley, Stanford; Seventeen of his colts produced 2:30 per- currency or of depreciated Hilvor, under-tok- o Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f barrel exploded with terrific force, formers as have 14 of his dams. J.F Cash, Stanford; Water Pipes, Porto truco tho history of such methods William GoochStanlord; wrecking a windmill and really causing of fiuauco they should give tho devil his A. W. Carpenter, MIlIedgeTille, ' Tho Dlacovory Saved Hla Life. celain Bath Tabs more destruction than the tornado, MePhiladelphia Record. Beaveisylllo. 111.. due. Mr. DW'"'lCufflMM.:PrMchwi lilt J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, teorological conditions in Kansas have tars: G. Colliouette, druggist. Discovery I owe iny "To Dr. King! New WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO S. H. Shanks, President, A specialty. m the and la not yet received that attention from sci- - lift. Waa taken withabout,grippe of no tried all and - out Di.y.B. OwsJey.lCashi.r, NONE. Gilt edge reference In and avail phjtleisns for miles 1 but Confederate veterans of Amerioue, w- - M' Bright, ol the State. Ask your Danville entisis their importance deterves. was given up and told could not live. Having Teller. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dan I sent for n Dr. King's New Discoveryand my store, first doss Ga., adopted rosolutiona calling on Gov. friends' about my work'. t m from the use a bottle and began its A Kokomo, lad., man foil dead began to get betttr and after using three pottles Atkinson to stay away from the Richth KajaodcUd and refurnished throughout. Ltrgi weight in forcathorln trade h'Js I can ret T. F. CLARKE. HI D XjO, lUa,otd and about again. It Is for mond reunion because be eaid mean tad Commodious Sample Rooms. Electric Balls, when his daughter tola him she bad paid was up We wont keep store or wotth it house without it. gold. " "' my Halls and office connected by lng.Danvi'ls, Ky. helm.nChu. EnetUn, Tanner. horn, ff OiirSS 35 for a new bat things about the veterans, W. B. McRoberts' drug atore. Cltin.nl I , I. Get a free trial at sJ riwnpt.and polite service to greits. here July 4th. They also have several fairs under consideration this year. Monday Inst about one mile from town J. H. Jarrett shot and instantly killed X. B. Padgett. Jt seems from statement, the only living witnees to the sad affair, that they met in the county road. Jarrett called on Padgett to halt nnd at same time telling him be must not go through his farm as he was accustomed to. Padgett replied he was going home and threw his hand as if to draw his weapon, when Jarrett fired with above results. It seems there bad been some trouble betweon the parties before on account of Padgett's hogs destroying Jarrett'a corn. Padgett was returning home from work. Jarrett was armed with a double barrel shot gun. Padgett had no nrma at all. Jarrett is in jail with his examining trial et for Tuts-dav- . Jar-rett- 'a J W McGtNNIS. In charge trimming shop. SHAW, FA RMAND TRA DE ITEMS. New wheat is already being ground in Christian county. ' E. P. Woods sold in Cincinnati a of lambs at 3 to 5jc. d There is a horse in Boone county which is 18 hands high and weighs pounds. Thirty-fiv- e cunts ppr buBbcl is being paid in Paris for the new crop of The crop will be very light this year. A farmer near Honey Grove, Texas a mule IS hands high that weighs has 1,(519 pounds. Cobb & Lillard bought of W. K. Amon 15 feeders averaging 959 pounds at 3c and (5 calvra at 19. Hieatt Bros., of Winchester, sold to Simon Wiehl 157 big cattle, weighing about 1,550 lbs., at J3 85. One of the steers weighed 2,100 W. 0. Watts, who keeps the just beyond Highland, has 121 acres tomatoes. He will sell them to the in Kings Mountain Canning Co. I am standing a good bull at $2, if the calf is to not paid at two months-olbe mine. I have for sale a Jos. Ballou. buggy mare, Mark Hardin started 10 Jersey heifers to Wayne county Tuesday, where he will sell them privately. He bought them in and around Stanford at $1S to car-loa00 blur-grapaee- Of course depreciated currency am bo Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. kept in circulation ho long as a govern- subject to the actlou cl the democratic paity,and ment may lx) willing and ablo to keep rirn.nl- asks your support. tho prombso to redeem it In standard money, as is tlio ea.) with tho silver dollar of tho Unitttl States ami tho 0 fnuio pieco of Franco. Tho enormous And tee the ntw Hats at Mis. Dudderai's Tern New Legon. ner ot Fashion this week cost and eiubarnuwment of a Hat curTertian effects in Klnweri 'antmit, all rency to tho government of tho Uuitd and Ribbons the new guxls but Low Prices Handsome States aro witiuvsod In tho frequent Dress making done in Ur latest stile and on short M. D. Dl'IIDEKAK. notice. borrowings of gold to provide for ita reMRS. KATE DUDDKRAR. demption. To Governor AltgM It Is a matter of Estabh'shmeni. indifference, an ho wtys, whether tho A New Drsss il.1 legal ratio for tlio freo coinage- of Nllvor Having completed my courts In the French bo 1C to 1 or 8 to 1 with gold, sineo tho I olfcr flat of tho govonunout would bo as om- Tailoring System ot Cutting aud Kilting my services to nipotent iu tho otio com) as iu tho other. But iu giving tho history of fiat And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please for tho instruction of Illinois the them with my work nnd speakers ho might have men- of Mrs. Kate Dudderar'tI will be found In and rear will Millinery Stem tioned iu tho course of hw narrativo tlw be clad to wait on those wlthtnf work in my lln MRS. Wat. GKKlt, Stanford. 7 tl royal coin clippers who knavishly tho moiioy of tlieir realms and meanly defrauded their subjtctd, 1ut I as tho silvorites proj.n to do with tho monetary standard of tho United States. I am back from the itiet with everything that Millinery line A visit prcltr The governor, liowovor, does not go it new and will in the you my store that this stock It convince back quite far enough iu tracing the to most complete. tli Htcgant line Linent ami Embroidery Material. origin of fiat money. Wo havo the high MISS LtCClE IIKAZLEV, authority of CkhUu who dtvply Stanford, Ky tlio nature of things, that tho devil Mephistopheles was tlw inventor of this kind of currency (.for which foo tho second part of "Faust"). ON I.MPKUVKD FARMS Far back in tho middle ages we rvnil that tho atlairs of the (rennanic empire In Lincoln county, Ky.atA per cent , semi an were in thognmtest The tn nual interest, no commission charged. Address GKO W DAVY. Room t. Kenyan lluildlng. was empty and utterly unable to Louisville, Ky For blank application! and it.s obligations. The unity was Information, inquire ol J .V Saunders, Attorney, Stanlord, Ky. ready to mutiny leenuo of the lung arrearages of pay. Tlio oourtiers in the ImjH'nal palace conipluined of the depCo., rivation of tho luxuries to which they had been accustomed. and Ky. distress prevailed tlirougln'tit the 11 with tho market valno of tho two metals Is a candidate for Astntnor of Lincoln County, action of they havo circulated together without lubjfd to the is earnestly the democratic party. our support solicited. any need of legislative fiat, but when ever tho legal ratio did not coincide, M. F. ELKIN with tho commercial value of tlio two It a caudidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, metals, having equal privileges at tho subject to the action of the democratic parly. mint, tlio coinage that was undervalued dropped from circulation by a law inoro potent than tho decrw of government. JOE T. EMliRY SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed nnd Sale Stable, Junction City, - - Kentucky. V'lrst- Class Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Ratet. A portion of your patrnntg Is respectfully solicited. 186m. Buggies, Cultivators. II you want a No. liuggy, one worth every dollar you have to pay for it and one that will be guaranteed to give you sttitfaction and a Uuggy right, go 10 1 Cora Oao. Coras All. D. S. Ilutloniillc, Ky. Ho will not handle shoddy elutl He has tome leautirul Surreys and Phaetons. The grnuin. Malta Cultivators and Plows, the beat in use, at all farmers will tell )Ou. Goto tee Mm and tave your money. Carp on tor, - J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Dea'i Itlick Diamond Kool K. limit. 1 furnished for painting Wood, Paint Metal ami Iron Hoofs Satlilaction uaranttml. All toots panned with Dtan't Black Uiaiaond Paiut guaranteed lnr years Dealirs In best lutPumps and Ualvanired Iron Fillers, dalvan. ein ana Uetl lllack lion Hoofing uf all kinds. at tl Sole cur-rono- y The Ladles of Stnulord, edi-to- rs proprietor d TO THE LADIES Two Farms For Sale. larm No. conlaint t)i acret In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grass, well watered with good Impiovem.nti, Including new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. 1 hit firm it tituate.1 in whtt it pronounced the Nsi district In Kentucky for While Hurley loiafoiubl residence house. Farm No. a contains ioo acret In tame locality, with brick dwelling Large Hock and tobacco barnt. One ol the belt Improved (aims in the 1 jene-trute- d MONEY To LOAN o. er. as-ur- y fur-the- r 1 county. Both farmt are m tine title of pre.eitaliati, well watered ond fencrl. Clomto R H. depot, schools, market aud on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J N. SAUNDKRS. ' Stanford, Ky. St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, g tit W. S. BT7BCH, Attornoy toll-ga- te All kinds of Carriage, Buggy and Wagea Mak- ing and H. pawing done, t .hides werked over and inula rood as new. A H Klnley hat entree Horse-brKcin- Stanford, FIRST at Law, - - Kentucky. &S d, first-clas- s THE RILEY 8100,000 23,700 T. SUTTON, Mil-no- r, 4 UNDERTAKER, J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, nt g(l - F. G. BRADY, c M.S.&J.W.Baughman, tlVERV, FEED Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, First-Clasexpe-fenc- 1 Stanford, r. firtt-cla- ts e. nd yeai-lin- ga Farmers Bank&Trnst fiint-cla- funnel-shape- d NOBTMWEST o M. W. JOHITSOIT, g se x.oxxxsirxx.x.E TOICHICAGO. 200-poun- d Superior Plumbing! M EXPERIENCE BARKER HOUSE. Somerset. Kentucky. 1