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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896062601 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. 1 I fl f 11"? - ..... ....,. -- - li ii n "' ' 4 emi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY JUNE 26. 1896. LAXCASTJill, Miss Nullio vol. xxv. llVSTOHVILLli. Horn to the wives of D. S. Hkinner and John Dinwiddle, Jr., a boy each. NO. 34 GAHUAni) COUNTY. CllUJiCIf CU1MES. . M, The State Baptist Association will be Johnston entertained :i Wednesday evening in honor of her fair held next year in Georgetown. o Bev. 21. O. Morrieon will begin a James Frye ia an early iitriliuiur H8 visitor, Misa lUiusey, of Monticello. w Tho relmlvea and friends of MIbh protracted meeting at the Methodist well as a liUHtliuR merchant. IIu has :: been having roasting tiara qht of hia Har- Mayme Stevens will bo pained to hear church Wednesday evening, July 1. It . .: Ladies are delighted with these refreshing toilet requiden for about two weeks and wh can tes- alio was stricken with paralysis last wi contiuuu two weeks. Dr. Stephen Yerkea left his valuable nice, having sam- Thuradny. tify that thoy are verv sites. The Grecian entertainment Thurs- library of several thousand volumes to pled a mess through hia kindness For a TotLET or Hakv Powder nothing surpasses the & Dr. W. B. Penny will bo Bt the day evening by MIpb Harriet E. Glascock the Danville Tneological Seminary. y. Violet Talcum. Dr. E O. Guerrant, of Jessamine, Wcathorford Hotel Tuesday, June 30th. promised to draw a good crowd. '.', Our Violet Toilet Water produces a delightful bath. will begin a protracted meeting at the Will remain for a few daya only Call at ' o Try it Presbyterian church tomorrow, Saturday J once and niako engagement. Dentistry carefully compounded at all hours by evening. There will be prayer Bervice tit in all its branches. Teeth extracted an Experienced Pharmacist. the church at 10 o'clock this morning. without pain. All work guaranteed. BdV. George O. Birnea has been inBoom No. 1. Consultation and examivited to hold his services in ttie Cumbernation free. 8 Stanford, Ky. Opp. Court-Hou- se, land Presbyter.au church, corner G.k into town Monday . Bill Dunn camo OI01IIf3I-OI01-'- Ci auu second, and has accepted the inviby the Moroland pike and reported Mr. Miea FHAKKIK IIEI.LK DOUOLAB, Bj9 Tom Robinson's house on lire. There gtL jpBBJfgJBjL kBBBBsBIBM tation. Bev. 0. E. Lee, inventor of the indi- Winner of the first priz, a gold watch, was a general rush up the hill on the part aSBi. iIBBBhi Njkf i X BBBBBBBn t'i'Kt i,i.i rr r .t i r.tiv.ii ft t ii'rrj vw ,nfv rvvv -? w ? mvw . v ; Elocu 'till vidual communion cup and pastor of the at the rrt vvv tf vv v . v 'WS of our rftizena to help Mr. Koblnson in Second Baptist church at Grand Bapids, tionary Contest at Walton's Opera House his trouble, when it whs diacovered that ! Mich., was found guilty of improper lib- laat Friday night. She represented the only fire to be seen was a blazing the erties witn female members of hia con- State College, Lexington, and her subject brueh pllo in the corner of the yard. It 'MBBBBBfV 5BBBBBw gregation and depoaed lrom the minis- was, "The Confessional." " was a disgusted crowd that marched ipE BBiBBBrr Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the try down the hill Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods g Bov. Luther M. Scrogg, who has While the young ladies were servis Lower Than Anybody. been for a year pursuing young men's ing refreshments at the work at Centre College and the theologireading room a few nlghta since, one of 31; cal seminary, has accepted tho pastorate tbo hanging lampa set the ceiling above at Mt. Vernon and will also have charge My loss is your gain, and if you want it afire. While no serioua damage was done, the Hames being extinguished with&yjfBiBBKKyggSBBAgBBH of the Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute. 11 Bev. Scrogga baa already entered upon out much difficulty, yet it created consis hia field of labor. 'Hie institute will siderable alarm, aince it is a foregone Vt You bought them before, now is your time. MIBS IIAHIIUT X. GMSLOCK, open early in September. conclusion if that building over burns Of Virginia, the handaome Delaartean jgij Tho building of the new church at that a large portion of the town will go 'AAAfl artist and reader. it. with Hubble, to which a number of the Tho ladies of the aid society of the members of Bush Branch church will W. H KIrby Is having a portion of Moreland Union church gave a supper move their membership, will have no of tho church. hia residence torn down, preparatory to effect on the old church, which will conlast week for the benefit They made about 'J7. We owe them an improving it. This ia ono of tho oldest tinue its services aa it has done for the MS apology for not publishing a notice of the house in Lancaster past 75 years. Everything.' ia harmoni, Masters Cheuault and Norma El- ous in the Bush Branch supper thoy eont us, but It was mloplac-.- l church and the jn.l wn were unable to find it when more, eons of Mr and Mrs James El- new house of worship ia merely built for wanted. It was a very elegant Htlair more, entertained quite a gathering of the convenience of those who live down 4 DEALERS IN They had i!3 different kinds of cake and their little friends Tuesday afternoon 3f in that neighborhood. Mra John E Stcrmea has a bloomwere very nice as we can testily they Tho O etnboro Baptist, the Bev. s, MIIS. DEBBIE LYLK ClISIlllY, They would have had a good crowd from ing palm of a dark maroon color and Fred D Hale'w paper, in speaking of the PaL-ns- , ISr-aothis place had not tlie elocutionary con- of a velvety apparancu. It has created ppltt in the Oensboro First Baptist Winner of the 2d prize, b banquet lamp. much admiration on account of its beau- Church, says: "Four hundred members She repreeented Howling Green and retest at Stanford Interfered. .jc ) Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. of Louisville, who haa ty and rarity. Mrs. Wright, of the Fi'Bt Baptist Church and some 30 cited "Wild Z'nuarelle." Her parents, Miss Mary Newland, of Piilnt Lick, more tiavo indicated been visiting Mra Susan Wright, return that they will go Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Fayne, livo at Crab It od homo Moudav. George Hllis is on the liHH been ao Hiicceaaful as to secure tho Mith us into the new organisation, so Orchard. She was attending school when stck list. Mr. Bnd Mrs. Bobert White, of IUII Hill public nchool, which averages that we shall atart out with 400 or 500 l'rof Cherry won and married her. Her "54- Jf-Give us a call and be convinced. Hubble, wore visiting Squire L B Ad- about 87 pupils She will begin teaching members. They want to live in a church age is but IS. week. June Beld has IhI Monday in July. ams' family laat without dancing, card playing, liquor ITllATir UOIXfiS. hold selling and liquor drinking, There was a family resigned his position witn F. B. Tw thus making y Wednesday at the home of Mr. Joel it impossible for there ever to be After a nervous trouble, which rackto accept employment with a a)(atate at Flat Bock, Tenn. We are sorry Walker. The celebration wmb In honor of aflairs as we aeo here today, and they ed her system for five or six years, Mrs. to lose June as ho la one of our most pop. of Mr. David Walker, of South Carolina, say they are going to have me for a pas- Fannie Hill Smith, wife of Mr. E. W. Smith, and youngest diugbter of Col. T. ular young men and has a host of warm a brother of Mr. Walker. tor." A mother's meeting was held MonMr. and Mrs Bobert J. Lyles, friends. "A sister asks me to restrain my P. Hill, quietly passed away at an early of Nashville, are at Mr. Wea Hocker'a. day afternoon at tho college by the pop- pen from further opposition to this mod- hour Tuesday morning, leaving besides a Mr. Lylea la sick at present. Mr. and ular kindergarten teacher. Miss Margaret em aanctiflcitionjcrflz'). I have careful- grief stricken husband, two little chilMurphy. A number of the mothers of ly studied the questiqu and have delib dren, a boy and a girl, to suffer the lots Mrs S. Walton Forgy, of Klkton, are here, having arrived Tues- tho pupils were in attendance. relatives erately decided that profeBslon of of tfarth's best friend, -- Mesare John Embry and Monte Fox ainiM8nM8. or tMaB this nnnirBli in. Mra. Smith was a peculiarly bright and Forgy ia a prominent lawyer day. Mr. awav have been circulating among the cattle t I(ja doctrine of the dovil( and tbftt thofj0 attractive girl and when in April, 1SSS, THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present of that place. The junior endeavor society held a men ol tins vicinity, leeltng of their whoprofeaa It are deluded, and that she was united in marriage to the man on the Special. Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY service at the Preabyterian church Sun- pulse. No trades as yet are reported and thoae who teach it are hypocrites. I do of her choice, she waa aa beautiful and of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further noday nlgtit under the direction of Miss 3.85s3ema to be the outside price for the not like to "grieve" those who advocate fair a bride as we ever looked upon. The tice. Come early and avoid the rush. Margaret Bennett. The audience was beet export cattle. it, but ilia my duty to tell the truth picture of health and happineee, alio bid Mra Jake Joseph entertained some about it, and my worda greatly pleased with tho efforts of tho litare not as strong fair to livo to a ripe old ago, but death tle fellows and all performed their parts of the popular young society people as thoae John used when he slid: "If marked her for his victim in a few years ao nicely it would be Invidious to single Wednesday evening. One object of the we say we have no sin the truth is not in and she has never since known a well out any for special mention. Some of social gathering was to test a handsome us." If the folks who have become day. In 1S91, after the birth of'ber litline of Millinery Reduced One Half. ed A Clean and tho more difficult musical numbers were new piano Mrs. Joseph had just received sanctified in my section of the country tle girl, Annie, and while she was living rendered by local alngerH and in addition aiagilt from her husband. are fair samples of the thing, I must be at Alleghany Springs, Va., she was bapA Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilThough u small man Mr. Win. Ward allowed to respectfully decline to accept tized and received into the Episcopal congregation had tho pleasure of listhe dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. tening to two solos by Mra. LyU". who Is certainly one of our most enterprising it aa a free gift. And in this statement I church, of which her husband waB a Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts was visiting hero. Mrs. Lvlea never sings ones. He has proven this by erecting make no exception, for all of them are of member. She held her little girl in bar beforo more appreciative audiences than new cottages on Lexington alreet. It ia a whatnewj." Bav. J. N. Hall, in Bap- arms and she also was baptized. It was from A to EE. the firm confidence in the promises of We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND she meets bore. Sho Is not afraid to sing just about a year since he built such a tist Becorder. her Maker which sustained her in her lines for men and boys. simple gospel songa tliBt wo all can ap- handsome house on the Bame street, tho Ill' MILE. long illness and made her patient in preciate, and It Is safe to say that not a one he is now occupying. Judge James Patterson, ono of Garfailed to respond to Dave Walker, of Winaboro, S. 0., ia suUering and enabled her to say at all child in tho house :.., tin,. ,ini, o.i ii,;r,D .rUn UlliCD, iiuu.ii oil iiuua nc.i. the magic power of her beautiful voice. rard's most highly respected citizens, is visiting J. J. Walker. dead. He was judge of the county a Wm. Hubble has sold his old wheat Though racked with pain, no murmur number of terms and was fearless in what to Potts, of Garrard, at 75c. escaped hef lips. She whb devoted to Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains lrom day to day, and SOMKWII AT LOCAL he knew to bo hia duty. The funeral Mas Tom McBeath and wife, of Somer- her husband and children and no wife if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. John Jarret was held under $1,000 preached Thursday morning at 10 o'clock set, visited T. C. Bankin and family last and mother was ever more tenderly loved bond at Mt. Vernon for killing Buck at tho family residence by Eider Jesse in return. Her children idolized her MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. week. Padgett. Walden. Interment in the Lancaster D. N. Prewitt aud George Wood and always referred to her as "my pretty Someret is cemetery. Tho temperance war in Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice bought a large bunch of lambs at 4c and mother." They will receive every care Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. red hot and still a beating. "Tho Bum Miss Lily Dale Grant, while out Borne fat bhoep at 3Jc. and attention possible, but no one can first-cla- ss goods at iow prices! and Canned Goods. We are yours for Saloon must go." driving with two young lady friends, The contract to build tho Christian fill a mother's place, no one can supply a of tl e E. O. Curry, Misses Elizi Anderson andTalley Orand, here has been let to G. L. Brewer mother's undying love. May God watch Middlesboro Hotel, was arrested in Chat Tueadav afternoon, proved herself n her church for 11,171 40 on main building and $191,-5- 0 over them and bring peace, consolation tanooga on a charge of forgery. otne. As they were crossing the equare husThe Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky." June iS.'oA on an additional room, a total of and comfort to her Mack Elliott, Bon of Bo v. Milton the horse that Mlsa Grant drove became band, who watched so tenderly over her Elliott, graduated from tho Kentucky frightened at a bicycle that passed and 1,303. The ladies of the Methodist church during her long illness, and the fond old kScbool of Medicine, Louisville, last wef started to run, when by great presence of Friday night at father, who so sadly feels the blow. At Thomas Herring, of Palaaki, was mind and heroic efforts, she stopped here will have a supper Mrs. Annie Engleman's residence for the the grave, where a large concourse of killed by yaa while cleaning out an old him. d benefit of the church. Admission 25c frienda had gathered, Kev. W. S. well. One of bis sons barely escaped the Mrs. Mary Nool and daughter, MIbs read the Episcopal service, Rev. K good cause. for all you can eat and for a samo fate. Anna, are with Mr. U. T. Noel and fam13. Mabony oflered a touching prayer, Miss Frankie Logan, daughter of ily. Capt. John Hose, of Louisville, has and all that is mortal of a dutiful daughA bloody battle took place near HarMrs. Thomas Stone, of this place, was been with hia mother-in-laMrs. Eliza ter, a loving wife and fond mother was 10th to Mr. betb Smith, for several days past. Misa lan 0. H. between John Pace, Irvine married at Chicago on the on one consigned to the earth. Harrison Gornett William Todd and they will be Bt home Margaret Hackley, of Versailles, ia with Darnettand Mrs. Ruth Hines, whose illnees was at 109 W. 50th street. The her cousin, Misa Laura Smith. Mrs. W. Bide, and George Dean, William Stewart after July 1, and Dave Elbridge on tho other, in noted jn our laat, died at the residence bride, who Is a handsome woman, lived G. Smith and daughters, Bessie and Mr. W. S. Warren, at which George Dean was instantly killed of her here for a long time and many friends are receiving hospitality at the and William Stewart mortally wounded, 10.30 Wednesday night, aged SO. Her wish her great happiness. hands of Mra. George B. Hardin. Mies SPECIAL Or TSN FES CEIil, living only 12 houra. The.'slayers have maiden name waa Totter and she was The property of tho Fine Mountain Mary Holmes Lusk, of Hustonville, is a arrested and are now in jail. It is born in Rockcastle. Her husband died been Coal Co., in Ball county, which con- visitor of her aunt, Mrs. Emma Kaulf-ma- n. said the aflray grew out of a general several years ago and for a dozen years ON THE of about 17,000 acrea of timbered Mr. Jennings and wife, of Lexsists quarrdl in which all six of the men be- she has made her home with Mrs. Warraillands, coal mines, coking ovens, a ington, have been the pleasant guests of ren. Of the children born to her aoven came involved. road about three mllea long, electric the Misses Tillett. Misa Louiaa Park, of survive, but all except Mrs. Warren are light plant in Tinevllle, and tbo hotel Middlesboro, came y and will spend Monon Route. Otllclal line to the Na- In the far West and can not attend the property, besides many Pinevllle town several weeks with her cousin, Misa Ma- tional democratic convention, Chicago burial, which occurs at 10 o'clock lota, will be sold at auction" Aug. 11, to bel Royston. Miss Lula Bataon ia at Tickets will be sold at one fare for the in the Coffey burying ground at Turnera-viliInpay the 500,000 bonda arid accrued home from Greensboro, N. 0., where she round trip on July 3 to G, good to return Mrs. Hines was a member of the terest. haa been the past 10 months teaching until July 12th, or one day after adjourn- Methodist church for many years and Glorious 4th. Low rate from all music. J. S. Farrand, of Florida, ia here ment of convention. Go with the waa a devoted Christian woman. Her Olub. Leaves Louisville Sun- years were long upon the earth and she Lower Than Were Ever Sold Before. Now js your time to points on the Q. & 0. Tickela at 1J fare a guest at Mrs. James A. Royaton'a. Bev. buy. Q. James Newland haa returned from Olark day, July 5th, at 8:19 p. m., $11 for three for the round trip will ba sold via the ai last receives the reward promiied tho morning county, where he haa been engaged in a days. Particulars furnished by E. H. AO.Jaly 2nd, 3rd and for faithful. trains July 4th. Good to return until successful protracted meeting. Miss Bacon, D.F. A., Loulavllle,"Ky. Disappointment ia love caused Lad; Frankie Doty is visiting friends in Richthe 7tb. x m , Lee Smith's will involving $100,000 ra Meredith to commit suicide at Ash- J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, mond. H. W. Batsoa ia at home for the Danville, Ky. A New York, woman kicked her land. was broken at Paris, vacation from Kentucky University. to death, mother y 3,I,IIIO'XX,I :":::!, y--iv r w -.- -' a Violet Talcum ana Violet Water. 1 a I ! ! BiJnHiBHjjWIwBBIeH W. B. McROBERTS, i.c-tv j a a -- ' Waters-Beazley-Menef- s u oo e: s s '- tttti post-gradua- My Stock Must Be Reduced. ill -- GOODS CHEAPER TSAXT EVER JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. if hwi l'i -- - ? CRAIG & HOOKER, J s, .. i K ShwSTTvlcals, G-Ll- j. t Pays to Deal with a Cash House. id-w- ell coni-nin- J CASH CLEARANCE SALE ! via-UI- dr GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Select- ) kook Out for Our Centre Table! CARPETS, CHARLES WHEELER heart-brok- en - Grin-etba- Startling Facts ! a, aon-in-la- HIM? EntireClothingStock to-da- to-da- y j1 e. Wat-ters- Qoods on TECE GKDOBEJ, r Three little bova wore drowned a lot of butcher stuff at 21c and of Joo II. VJVJy-Ji-J&JzJ- l Rout a email bunch of hogs at 2Jc. while bathing in a pond at Louisville disThere were only 00 cattle on the O. O. Lillaid, of the fc tillery firm of Bond A Lillard, is dead at Winchester market Monday and they June 2G, 1S96 wont off slowly, best bringing 3 30. Lawrenceburg. Stanford. Kr I). O. Terhuno bonght 45 first clafB H At Louisville Tuesday evening, 1J -HSHinches of rain fell in 17 minutes, com- sugar mare mules at 40 and a lot of cotWALTON. W. P. ton mulo coltfl at $18 45. Advocate. The Greatest Harvest of Bargains for our Customers, pletely deluging tho city. D. W. Vandoveer's Tho Minstrol-S- t. It is now reported that the number Friends and the Public! generally can now be had at of people killed by the tidal waves in JaMartin filly, Miss Etnina, won her raco at Oakley Tuesday. She was the pan recently was abouf 30,000. & Phil Carter killed his paramour, An- favorite over a eood field. 'A W. Porter Robinson tells ns that ho Owensboro, by striking nie Jackson, at The State Central Committee, with has five acres of the finest tobacco in the heron tlm head with a pitcher. Jack Ohiun representing ua. met in LexThe reputation of our business, its most valuable posses-sion- s It is Btated that the Spanish govern- county. A good deal of it has been topington Tuesday and decided not to ro too rA ment iiHa decided to send 100,000 addi ped and most all of it is ready to be. and its low pi ices, is your guarantee of square fast, if it doea seem to have things its Bourbon county'H peach crop, it is tiotml troops to Cuba liv the end of the way. A resolution was adopted that own M1 dealing. Shrewd buyers can compare the styles for style estimated by tho Patis News, wi I bo up- y present year. "reorganization of county and legislaft and the quality for quality and find the Louisville Store's A West Virginia judge has decided ward ot 15,000 bushels, which is not nt VIA tive committees is not necessary except prices on a general average from 25 to 50 per cent lower the anti cigarette law of that Stato in- all bad for a tobacco growing country. in so far as it required effective party 21 The rich Suburban Handicap ws valid, because It interlopes with interwork, and that full consideration bo nc than elsewhere. Another week of bargains. won atUravesend by Henrv of Navarre, state commerce. who is willing to corded every democrat Wallace's JS James Marshall, of Uopklnsville, second choice in the betting Bupport the nominees of the party." "N9 4 d died in great agony from the eflectfl of a Lexington colt, The Commoner, whs t: More changes were decided on in this, and Clifford, the favorite was third. swallowed while eatpoisonous bug he 3j4c for Calico. the 5th and 7th districts, because The time was 2:07. ing blackberries. there are more sound money men in the 5c for Toweling. A prominent and observing Clark Several personB were drowned and lead in them than the others. Harvey A,YiC for Outing Cloth. a county farmer told the Winchester Demgreat loss of property resulted' from 'A Myers was turned down at every point cloudburst in Marshall, Wetzel, aud Ty- ocrat that among tho many causes of T 5c for Crinoline. by Goebel, who not only got all hia comhard times is tho fact that too many m n ler counties, W. Va. mittees recognized, but will be second in 5c foi Mosquito Bar. The editors, several hundred gtronp, Gov. Bradley pardoned Joe Eversole, waste a thousand dollars' worth of time command to Johntson on the committee. 6liC for Hope Cotton. vj n raising a seventy-fivmanslaughdollar horse. Sound Money Goebol stood up for Fiat are having a big time at Georgetown, of Clay county, sent up for Seventy-tw- o Louismillion pounds of waof 6;C for Green Ticket Lonsdale. Money Blackburn nt Frankfort and veri- which has put the big pot into the little ter, and Ed Rae, a horse thief, ter melon is what the railroad and fruit :A sentence. they go by spe- ville, serving a seven-yea- r 10c for Persian Lawn per yard. ly he gets his reward. Another feature one for them. rm There are going to bo 73 miles of free men estimate will be raised in Florida 'A India Linen from 5 to 25c per yard. at Col. Billy cial train in Pullmans furnished by the of the meeting waB a blow were tir- this year. This ia equivalent to 3,000,-00Breckinridge's candidacy for Congress by L. & N., which alwaya does the nice turnpike in Scott. The owners All wool serge, 36 inches wide, in black and colors, 25c. melons, which if placed end to end by the nowspaper men, to Bruns- ed of it and gave it to the county on confiring Mr. Butler, his right hand man, thing All wool novelty goods only .Sc per yard. An elewould make a chain of watermelons S52 keep it In repair. from the committee for the 7th district, wick, Ga., and thenco by steamer to dition that it would completed miles long. U gant all wool Henrietta, 46 in wide, only 60c. Ladies' The government has just and deciding that T. E Moore, of Bour- Cumberland Island. It is a big trip and In which to atore Bteel vault fancy hose, 2 pr for 15c, worth double the money. A bon, is entitled to the place. The head- here's hoping the boys will enjoy it. an immense MT. VEIiXON. JiOCKCASTf.ECO. away the 50,000,000 free coinage dollarB will be in Lex quarters of the committee full line of hose from 5 to 50c pr. Onr line of Shoes is the New York's 72 volts will be for sound that" cannot be forced into circulation. Welsh it Co. employ 150 men at the vA ington and the next meeting is fixed for money largest and cheapest in town. An extra good work shoe and Senators Hill and Murphy, Hannibal Vernon Bbot and killed bis stone quarry. July 15. . and F. R. Coudert will cast cousin, William,' at Sanders' chapel, in Gov. Flower forQSc, worth $1. 50. "Ladies' Dongola Shoes, in all styles Dr. McDonald preached an excelRev. Dr. Jos.Twitchwell, objected them. The convention endorsed Mr Warren county. Tho latter had accused lent sermon here Monday night. rd The and shapes, c;Sc, worth Si. 50. Ladies' Oxfords at 50, to the planting of an ivy from the grave Cleveland's administration and especial- tho former of stealing money from him. Krueger A White have been given 75c, Si, worth double the money. Our men's fine tan of Gen. Robert E. Lee on the occasion of ly commended his financial policy. It is The court of appeals continue a to the contract to build ii handsome school-hous- e T razor toe shoe at $2, can't be bought for less than $375 the dedication of tho Wesley Memorial now known how all the States will stand knock the Louisville republican adminin Harlan county. Chapel at Yale, and in his speech said: and the result shows 570 for free silver istration out. It now Bays that the sala-ariany where. Don't fail to look at our line of Lace Curtains Elder Joseph Ballou prenrhed hero K "Prof. Wesley was a Union man, heart to 34S against, jnst 42 short of the necesof the public boards cannot be re- Sunday and at Buckeye church Sunday Scrim, Crash, Lace Sets, Pillow Shams and a full line nomajority. and soul, and it would make this bronze sary duced. afternoon. A large number of young tions at prices startlingly low. Our Clothiug Department statue avert its head were he to know Noble Shepherd, a condemned mur- people from town attended the latter '4 One of the jokes of th season is the has every available space occupied by seasonable goods that the graduating classes of Yale were derer, escaped from jail at St. Louis, service. 'J for building on the mention of John R. McLean, editor of using the scaffold which had been erectto plant on the walls of a men and boys. Children's suits 75c, wotth Si. 50; $2 The examining trial of Jarrett for VI campus an ivy from the grave of Gen the Cincinnati Enquirer, for president of ed for his execution as a stepping Btone the murder of Pagett occupied Tuesday suits now Si. Youth's suits, 13 to iS years, $2.50 to $7, hapRobert E. Lee. Gen. Leo was a good the U. P. But Btranger things have to liberty. and Wednesday. The neighbors in large worth SS to S12. Men's suits S2.50 to S15. 10 doz men's is a mau, but he was loyal to an infamous pened than his nomination. This Thomas Taylor, of Biookville, III., Is numbers attended the trial, but it pucued year of surprises. Cottonade Pants, all sizes, 45c, worth 75c J. cause." The remark was freely criticiswanted for whipping his mother-in-laoff qnittly. Jmlgu Buthurum allowed fevl ed and the seniors and professors unmercifully when she called him a him to give a bond of f 1,000. POLITIC A L POINTS. rs thought that "to say the least it was ill "dirty, good for nothing thing" and spat We are pleased to learn of the prosA " Such talk might be expected Hadensville, in Clin- in his face. Allensvilleand advised. wn , perity of our young friend, John It. Wil GS from a bloody shirt shaking politician, ton county, both went "wet" last week. Seaahols Dry Goods Company, one Hams, of St. Louis. Ho is head bookA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Gov. Bradley sent his congratulabut from a follower of the meek and low of the largest dry goods houses in Louiskeeper for Norris A Co., one of the larg lV T. D. RANEY, Manager. ly Nezareno, whose duty is to heal tions to McKinley and promised to do all ville, has filed hdeed of assignment. est packing houses in the United States is revolt- he could to elect him. and promote peace, it Hre estimated at f 115,000 and liabili Mt. Veruon boys always prosper because Miwmm wiiJ"HtJw jwi n.mAm mw. . . .t."y..L.t.N?rvr'ri.cri-cTr"- m,Lfin.mr.i.w.JE:i,r.i'iM,wii" Tr "rcrt-Wisconsin declared for Bound money ties at 73,000. ing. Hell is full of Buch preachers as they are temperate and industrious. of "Lucky" Rev. Twitchwoll, where it is hoped and placed Senator Vilas at the bead of the Prof. Phil Hauk, a cousin An eflort is being made by Mr J. he will Twitch well through all eterni- its delegation to Chicago. Baldwin, was sentenced at Crawfords-vill- e, DuVal, of Owen county, to establish a liA dispatch from Nicholaaville says ty. Ind., to five years' imprisonment brary hero. Ono with a largo membertho republicans of this and surrounding for causing a fatal criminal operation to ship was established at Brodiiead. This TiiKitK is a great deal buing printed and girl. counties are making preparations to hold be performed upon a issomething that our community needa Baid with reference to Gov. Bradley's AT- a monster barbacue at High Bridge soon. The Indiana courts have set aside very badly and we trust that it will original stand on the currency question a railroad company for prove a success. It seems practically certain that Hon. a verdict against and much of it is purest rot. The govground that employMr. Bee Lee Hardin made a most may not always be able to read his John S Rhea and Hon. Godfrey Hnnter blacklisting, on the ernor will again be pitted against each other as ers have the right to let it be known forcible epeech on freerilver Monday aftitle to acquittal clear when charges are Diswho of their employes go on a strike. ternoon. Although it was made on short made againBt him, but the writer can candidates for Congress in the Third trict. Hon. Benjamin H. Bristow, who was notice, a large and intelligent audience clear him of any equivocation on the Cooking, The Joe Blackburn Club was organ- secretary of the treasury during Presi- gathered to hear the convincing argumoney question, bo far as any utterance And Ranges for 30 days going at less Stoves, Heating, Lexington Tuesday night, with dent Grant's last term of office, died in ment made by this gifted politician in wo ever heard him make. Long before ized at than actual cost. Gasoline, Charlie Bronston aa president. Thero New York after a brief illness of appen- favor of the leading topic of the day. His the convention, which nominated him was a slim attendance and no enthugood work for the cant? which was a native Kentuckian. dicitis. He visit did for governor, be told us that he waft for The Kentucky Federation of Wo he advocates. the gold standard and declared that he siasm. The campaign in this State will be men's Clubs, in session at Versaillts, Mrs. Mary Freeman died of cancer intended to use all the influence he could of the neck Monday night. She IihiI securing a declaration by opened next month by a demonstration elected Mrs. Smith Hansford, of command in president, and Mrs Jason been ill for many months, but bore her his party for it. "Both parties straddled either at Lexington or Louisville. Gov. Bradlev will be the chief orator, while Walker, of Richmond, vice president. suffering with Christian fortitude. A the question in their last National conguns of Btnaller bore will also go off MUmsGippi bonds to the amonnt of devoted husband and three bright chilventions, the planks being apparently $400,000, payable in "coin or legal ten- dren are left to mourn their loos. The purposely constructed to mean anything Six weeks ago it seemed impossible Is almost here. democrats esor nothing," eaid he, "the der." sold at a profit of 12,000 to the funeral pervicea held at the church by eeeming determined to catch 'em that the republican candidate for the State. There were 75 bidderB and the Elder Carmichaul wore most impressive pecially presidency could be defeated. Now hhj total sum bid for was three times the and beautiful. Ladies acted as pall bear a'coming and a'gwine." defeat is not only possible but probable. amount of issue. ers from the house to the church. After 15 services the remains were interred in the Akter riotous and disgracefnl pro- Tho American voter hates a coward. At Shelby ville, Ind., robbers, after ceedings, the Indiana democratic con- N. J. Journal. beside the two A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater efenticing Milton Rolley from his home Bilent city of free coinage of vention declared for the The fight against Congressman John and fatally injuring him, seized his wife sweet children who had gone before. fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance silver and named Voorhees, Turpie, Mc Hendrick in the First is being pushed by and holding her over a gas fire compellMisses Lena and Besain McCluru both to you to me I must ask that all those who owe mc for acto the silver men. They are endeavoring Cabe and Menziea as delegatee-at-larg- e Mrs. ed her to disclose the hiding place of a are visiting friends in Boyle. counts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due Chicago, only one of them being for gold. to get all silver candidates but one off considerable sum of money. Georgiana Cogle is in Middltsboro, LitB. F. Shively wbb nominated for gover the track so as to unite against Hendrick John Neal, tried in Bourbon circuit tle Misses Dell and Zula Jones are vimt last January. nor and Gov. Matthews was recommend-e- l in the primary. court for stealing a shot gun, was pun- ingat Mr. J.J. Williams'. Mrs. Patience for the presidential nomination. In The 10th district republicans were ished in an unusual manner. By order Carpenter has been quite ill. Supt. BaOhio the free silver loons had everything still trying to nominate a candidate for of Judge Cantrill, Sheriff Beeding took ker gave Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. s certificates to only their own way and they used their power Congress at Beatty ville at last accountp. Neal to the basement of the about six of the applicants who attended despotically. They declared for the 10 to On the sixth ballot the vote stood GO gave him a sound threshing and told him tho first examination. Miss Mary Sow-de1 business and Bent John R. McLean, A. lor Hopkins and 01 for Langley. It is to go and Bin no more. of Level Green, has been tiie guest W. Thurman, L. E. Holden and E. B. believed Hopkins will be nominated. It of appeals decides that of Mrs. W. A. B. Davis. Mr. Lewis Ed The court Finley to head the delegation to Chicago. takes 73 votes to nominate. Mayor Todd must vacato in November wards and others have contracted their No instructions were given for president men have for a mayor elected by the people. The large blackberry crops to parties who Up to date the and vice president, but no one is to be been called ailver bugt, the sound mon- successors of Judge Landes, of the court hav them picked. This prevents the voted for who is not in full accord with ey men gold bugs, the prohibitionists of appeals, and Judge Noble, of the promiscuous sale of berries and in consethe freo silver business. It was a bad water bugs and the woman suffragist Louiiville court, will also have to be quence a howl is heard. Misses Lida day for the gold bugs and for the coun lady bugs. To which Bhould be added elected. DuRelle and Gnfly dissented. Cook and Essie Roberts are guests of We do not propose directly to make you a present, but the mugwump humbugs, and the entoThomas Anderson, an Oxford, Ohio, Mies Sallie Cook. mological campaign may now proceed. if you need anything in our line, you can save enough It is now certain that the silveritea will Commercial Tribune. man, believing that be was going to die Where llotn Would Ita Ktronu. money by dealinrj with us to make yourself a nice preshave a sufficient nnmber of votes in the in a few days, bought hia coffin and seIlomoo Bokri of Iowu in the loading The two wings of the democratic Chicago convention to make the plata tombstone. His wife died first, freo silwr carulidato for ent. Come and see the many things we arc offering held separata conventions lected tlo Dcmocratio form, as only a majority is necessary in party in Texts however, and now he is courting again. prwklttutial nomination. Bok is Uw standard man quickthat case, but unless the time honored Tuesday. The gold He burned the coffin and sold the tomb- biKieartod piitriot who dockirod riot COST.-xa- a adopted their platform indorsing the vote to nom- ly requiring a rale, stone and feels now like he will never long ho thut wiigw tiro too high in tliiu declaring for Bound inate a candidate is broken, they will not administration and country, uitd tliut tho U4 way to need another. money, but the silver faction wrangled Ukcni is to adopt tiio f coo coiiuigo be able to name a man, unless the gold freight train of 12 cars was thrown A adrule has till midnight over the platform and men agree to it. The 1 into Kootenai Falls, Wash., and, wbb of silver. Ho would poll .ui immonso finishing prevailed ever since the first democratic journed till morning before dashed to pieces in the whirlpool below. workingmuu'u vote their work. convention, broken only once in 1800 In one of the cars were 12 tramps and Worklacmun Simple QuoMkia. ruin and disaster followed, and if when not one escaped. Several of them leapSooivor or lutr, uixl probably very HOIIE NEWS NOTES. the silver men are wise they will not ed into the water but could not breast the eoon, our workinjymeu will put to both R. J. Cooper, of Christian county, Bwift current and all were carried over pMrtitw this question, "DoyouinUmd to tempt fate again by abrogating a rule adopted to curb the dangerous tendency was killed by a carbuncle. the falls. None of the bodies have yet refuse to us tho tient dollar thcao la, which ia tho gold dolhir, Near Crofton, a Negro was killed af- been recovered. IJYof majorities. I by legal tender laws to toko fur ou? ter he had Bbot two others. on inferior dolhir?" democrats, who honor such J. R. Mount has been appointed ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Altgeld, after finding out postmaster at La Grange, Oldham counan anarchist aB Peru, Ind., baa a horse with seven NKW ADVKBTISKMEjrTH. the manner of man he ib, deserve to be ty. feet. AtrMn is reported to have been eternally snowed under. The Illinois E. P. Woods Bold in Cincinnati two people who monkey nnder the name swept over the falls in Idaho and many of lambs at 31 to 5Jc. of democrats, nominated Altgeld for gov- people drowned. yearlings sold at OakThirty-seveSALE. A new postofiice has baen establishernor by acclamation and selected him other day at an average of 1346.08. ed at Eunice, Adair county, with Robert ley the And Funeral Director. aa one of the delegates from the A good Residence llouia In Stanford, with thoroughbred yearlings Thirty-seve- n NatioHalconveiitioB; "When Allen postmaster. to the on same lot, (or tale. Tho lot contain! Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes Archie Tatman, of Bata-vi- sold at auction in Lexington at an aver- Y acre, and can bo eaiily divided, putting people go crazy they areliable to do ' and Mildence on i eparat lots. At Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. . . age of 1346. O., died from the effects of swallowprice and en air terms. Apply to and Illinois baa gone stark wild Square, Stanford,. Ky. opposite Court-Hous- e Taylor House Room J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 33" Lonta Wals bought ol ing bis false teeth. on the 16 to 1 free silver coinage idea. , H tNiralOUNfll SIX PAGES- - Tim Confederate reunion to be held in 2, promhistoric Richmond June gathering of soldiers ises to be the largest of the lost cauee ever held since they disbanded 3t years ago. It is eaid that each of the S33 camps will be represented, while thousands who do not belong to the orcanization will be present. An interesting foature will bo the attend-anc- e of the Daughters of the Confedera cy from every ono of the Southern States. The corner stone of a 5200,000 monument to Hon. Jefferson Davis will bo laid and there are other attractive features of the program. Tho hospitable city has made every preparation to entertain and please the vast crowd that will bo there, and that she will do it as it ought tc be done, no one who knows the people will doubt. The bravo old fellows who battled for the cause they thought was just are rapidly passing over the river and soon they will be only a memory. They nek no favors and get no pensions, but they are the Ealt of the earth and a hero, every one. Gcd bless them and give to each at the final reckoning the welcome plaudit: "Well done, thou good and faithful servant." 30-Ju- ly well-kno- wn I GREAT HARVEST The Louisiiffe Store. "mEZME2ki3ZEM 'j g tf 8 g 3 ppc-on- Domestic Goods. e I To-da- y ft 0 h :J ee two-thir- 4 w Ln w LOUISVILLE STORE. As-Be- Uj -- t.-v.i- T AT YOUR PRICE. Har-rodsbu- W. H. WEAREN & CO. VBout DUE. half-cocke- d. Your Vccourjt the-'dea- H. J. McROBERTS. first-clas- court-hous- e, r, 1 10-to- -l two-thir- ds verKI two-third- s W. P. TATE, Stanford. UNDERTAKING -- labor So-call- f tBm 3 arcftjunr, car-loa- n RESIDENCE FOR e Practical Trimmer, Emlalmer State-at-lar- ge store-hom- ny-thi- ng Ex-May- a, store-hom- e e reason-abl- ii semi-Weekly i I iNTERiORjoiisNUL A. WHAT MAKES THEM POOR. GERMAN-AMERIC- ANS The Democratic Situation. Stanford, Kir., - June 2G, 1890 W. P. WALTON. q ueuxaxd ciiescext. 7-vee-tibul- ed v To Nationhl KJucational Association, Superb trains and fnat time. Queen anil Orescent passenger uervice to, '.the Hast l unequaled. Connection in the Queon City with all Itnei, rail or vater, to Buffalo. One (are (or round trip (plus 12) to Builalo nnd return. Liberal return limits. Washington, D. C, Y. P 8. 0. K July ISM, via the Queeu A Crescent Route. Halt rates (or round trip. Tickets Rood on vestibuled limited trains. Connection with all lines to Washington. A good time to take your vacation trip at low coat. Ask agents (or information about rates, selling dates and liberal limits. Chaa. W. Zll, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. P.JA., Chattanooga, Tenn. Low rates will ba made (or round trip tickets via the Q'leen A Crescent Route for the following occaaione: Boston, Mass., International Sunday School Convention, June Brooklyn, N. Y , American Whist League, Juun Cleveland, 0., Nobles Mystic Shrine, UutTalo, K. Y., July 3, 20-2- 22-2- 7. June 23-2- 4 SlUcr and tli Full In Trier. Tho Philadelphia American, a paper published in a sonud money city, but July devoted to tho cause of free coinage, Kentucky Chautauqua, in a rocunt issue, thu stulu old Juno 30 to July 10. Mont brilliant pro., that it istlio adoption of tliogold gramme of all the year. Low rates from j standnnl which has canned sucli :i markall points in Kentucky to Lexington via) ed in prices. Without going into the Qjeen A Crescent Kouto. tho genernl question of thu etTtct which G. P. A., Cinclnua Uio quantity of money in a country has W U. ti.O on thu prices of goods, It is only needful Low Hatks to Kichmom), Va. The' to point to thu f:ict that prioen havo fallChesapeakuA Ohio By. will seil round en just thu same In countries on a silver basis as in those using gold. Wheat is trip tickets to Richmond Va , on June cheaper in America than it was mhiio 2th to 3Jth, inclusive, at the extremely ' years nga It is also clicuir in Lidia Jow rate o( 3e onl per mile (HI. 20 and HiiHhia, both silver titandord counil round trip (rom Ltximttom (or thu tries in fact, It Is largely tho competiKtntuou j( Confederate Veterans. tion of their low priced wheat which has The same low rate wi.l apply from all brought down tho price of American wheat. stations in Central Kentucky. Can Tho American explain why tho The citizjns o( K chmond, Va , aro nheup hiker of Itu.vtia and India has not sparing no expense or labor to mak kept up prices iu thoeo countries? If o( tne Veterans a mast cardial using moro silver would benefit our one. farmers by giving thoni higher prices, The Ohexst eaxe A Ohio Main Line why has it not done no where silver is puses through some of the most noted tho only money nsod? How can wo exTwo Vestibuled limited pect that a bushul of wheat will buy battU fields. more goods, if measured by silver dollars, trains each wav dally, Write (or map of Virginia's battle-- , when it is found that iu countrioH which fields. Side trips cm be made to Fort- huvu always had thu silver stmulard ress Monroe, Hampton Kiads, Norfolk wheat brings no moro than in America? Theo nro questions which tho beNavy Yard and other points o( equal inlievers iu sound money have beuu asking terest. for freo Drop a line tar any information to ever since tho present agitation coinago was skirted. Ls it nCt about tirao Geo W. Buney, Division Phi. Agent, Unit thu silvuritos tried to unswer thorn? Lexington, Ky. Tli SlUer l'lilltlcUn't IKiutilo Sturwlard. If it required n tonus eutltr el Jioo.oo lo In- ure a ft mil 7 sfsiuit snr itriout coocuaocct (rom an stuck of botl compUinl dunnc the duty-t1 10-1- 9. Y , Catholic Summer PlatUburg, School, July 5 to Sept. I. Detroit, Mich , Ancient Order Hibernians, July Milwaukee, Wis., I! Y. P. r.MeetinK, Free Silver Kindergarten IMon For the nenrnt at Tlione Who Kel IU What is it mnktti Bomo peoplo poor? Tho criino of 1873. How did that "crime" cnaio poverty? Uy striking down of tho motley of tho country. How much silver iionry was thcro iu thu United Suites iu 1873? Ia'sa thiin $80,000,000. How much lmvo wo now? Six hundred nnd twenty-Hvmillion dollars. Does this incroiLsu of about $5fi0,000,-00- 0 look liko n reduction in tho volume of our silver money? So Senator Stewart says. What causes floods, cycloncvlronghb", gowwvil, bolhvormn, gnisrthoppers, phers and other evils which injury tho fariuerrt' and planters' crops? The gold statulard. Whut will mako tho cows give more milk, tho sheep gri)w more wool, tho hogs weigh twico as much and tho hem lay bigger eggs? Tho silver standard. Nnnio some of tho silver standard countries. China, India nnd Mexico. Aro thopoploof thoso countries moro proierom than tho American formers (Uid workers? No ; they nro a great deal poorer. Why hox not their silver money mudo thoio eotintricn rich? Ask somotliing easier. If there aro more jwor people in silver standnnl conntries than in gold using tuitions, how would freo coinago of CO cvnt dollars abolish poverty in tho United States? Tliat is ono of tho things that uobody can tlnd out. one-ha- lf o THEY ARE ALMOST UNANIMOUS SOUND MONEY. Ttendy If tho faculty of seeing facts and tho FOR ability to reason upon them havo not Tlea to Voto Agnlnitt to ItTCKk Fre Colnatro Tliej 1'orin m Largo of the Voter of ThM Country. Icr-crntHf- fe lrtr I j J I ItiN-fKS3- ', Ati-nu- . Mr. Gnstav IL Schwab Is president of the German society of New Ynrk city and is then foro iu touch with s in this Geniruns and country. Being also n promineut bus iness man, ho is familiar with the views of Germans on tho financial question. In an interview on May 14 ho said: I am convinced from my knowlcdpo fellow citiof my zens and their ways of thinking that tho vast majority of them in tho coming political contest will entirely disresard party ties and will voto for that party which declares for tho maintenance, ayond a tKxwibility of doubt, of the gold standnnl of value, and thot they will not give their snfTrngo to any candidate who may Iw Huspected of a leaning free silver coinago or toward any compwuiiso with tho silver people. They consider that tho paramount question before tho country at pnwnt is tho integrity of our monetary system, and their votes will go to that pnrty which they boliovo will uphold tho country's financial honor, reganllerw of what their views may bo on other political questions. Previous experience has shown that Gonnnn voters on questions ndating to or affecting tho standard of valuo havo always stood for common honesty, and that they havo uniformly opposed all forms of financial heresy. When, 20 years ago, tho paper money lnflntion question was agitated in Missouri, tlio Germans of that stato were arrayed on tho sido of sound money. The Germans of Illinois aro on as nlways having !een on tho right sido of the money question, and as never liavlng lX'n led astray by cheap money propaganda at any time. A Gennrn business man, cashier of a largo bank in Chicago, who has a wide ncqnuintaneo with tho finnll bankers and merchants tells mo that ho tJirouhout tho has had evasion to hear oxprcssions from his German oantrymen for years piist on the question of a monetary standard, and that lio has never yet found one who was not in favor of tho gold standard and opposed to tho freo coinage nf silver. IIi opinion is that tho German Illinois are unanimously opposed to any impairment of tho pn'M'nt gold Gorman-AmericanGerman-American -' to-wa- nl t, citi-zen.t- from tho froo silver Democrats, they will not attempt to commit the notional convention to tliolr theory. Tho facts of tho political situation briefly are: First. That tho Democratlo party has boon defeated in every presidential election slnco tho war when it leaned towanl financial unsoundness and lias been successful in overy contest in which it stood for honest money. Second That it cannot carry a sinlf the borgle northern stato or der states for free silver ami oonaequent-l- y would lw benteu disastrously h tho election uon tliat tasua. Third. Tha it cannot hope to carry tho house of reproseutntivcfl upon that Issne. Tho majority against freo coinage has increased from 18 in tho Fifty congnssto 125 in tho present house. There are no signs of gains for silver unywhero this year. FourtlL Being unable to eject either u president or a honso upon this issue, do its supporters liopo to throw tho election of a president into tbo house? In that case tho cholco of tho Republican candiduto is absolutely certain. Conceding that tho freo sliver Democrats will bo ablo to wrrt their idea into the platform, what can it profit them? What are conveuilons for if not to improve tho conditioiM of buoooss or to put tho party in tho way of a triumph iu tho near future? Is tho freo silver fad ull there is of Democracy for our friends at tho west and south? "Only common senso is necessary" to show them tho utter futility of their present course, New York World. one-ha-- second 1 i eBBas Ufrlflfc ' ' tt m BBT - . r - J l GARRETT A. HOBART, Rep. Nominee for Vice President. I 1 KtandanL It is a fact, universally known, that tho sound money victory In Ohio in tho gnK'matorial campaign of 1875, in which Hutherfonl B. Ilayes ran on a I it ihclr yrar, tturc ars msnjr who would psy It tnst the r could not afford to riik ih-- ir Ilrcs and thot of ihilr family for audi an amount for aj crnli, that Any one can km thu I tie if th price of a bcltle ol ChimUrlno't Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, In aluiott ev ry neighborhood tome on hat died from tn t- -' lack of bowel complaint tf lore medic. ne could be Una or two procured or a physician lummunel doeei of thit remedy will cure an ordinary cue. I I never failt Can you afford to takp tho rlik lor frl I I inara.c o small an amount for tale by Craig ? I & Mocker, HUntord Ky. 33 "W STANFORD FEMALE.! COLLEGE. Wilaiam Suki.ton, lWv-- mi - President. I'nmary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Courses ol Study. School i of Muiic, Art and Elocution. Tht Scholattlc Year for 1896-- will open Men-daSept. 7, and continue forty weekt. Hefore deciding to what tchool you wi'.l tend your daughter!, be sure to teud for our Tov 7 Oitnlojjuo. Jtf AuMrtta MR3.NANXIK S. SAUKLKV, Lady 1'riucipal. At Cost. TO REDUCE STOCK ,.Wtll tell goods for SCHEME TO LOWER WAGES. Tho following is tho suggestivo heading of tin article in Tho Sun of Lexington, Ky.: TO LOWElt WAOES. Soticme) to lleduco th of Zjtborci the.. Without Strike Dlrcciatt tht Money tiki, nit Lockout. With HTifWi 27icv Are atul the lUiull It OUained. l'y Next 60 Days : : At Cost For Cash. J. K. VanArsdale. BIST IN QUALM tOST IN QUANTITY. WORMS ! vermifuge: WHITE'S CREW FOR SO YEARS Has lad all WORM BirHiBDtOT 1ID! Tli. I'eoplts Not tbo rolUlclaoa, Will Win. Tho Journal has always stood for sound money and contended that tho result of tho discussion would bo tho triumph of that doctrine. It did not do this in tho spirit of prophecy, but it was convinced that tho good sense of tho peoplo could bring them to no other conclusion. Tho politicians may manipulate and mako a great showing on ths free silver side, but when ono comes to talk to tho peoplo at largo, when tho question is presented to thorn, thcro is but ono result possible. Milwaukee Journal. bo-cau- Republican hard mouey platform against William Allen on a Democratic paper money inllution platform, was duo to tiro llrm stand token by tho Germans, who, dlsroganling party lines, turned tho scale in tho election in favor of honest money. This fact was conceded at tho time by tho Republican press of the stato, and tho Democratlo candidate voiced tho sentiments of his party leaders when ho gave utterance to his laruruted feollngs after tlio election by exclaiming, "Tho Dutch aro d d unreliable. " Tho German voters aro certainly not to bo relied upon when they are asked to prostituto tlu country's ilnnnciul honor at their party's bidding. In tho stato of tho Germans havo Uikeu tho sumo united stand iu favor of eouud money, and tho samo may bo said of Michigan, Iown and Minnesota. Tho entire Gvrman newspaper pmw in this country, with few exceptions, is emphatically for sound money, as it has l.vti hi the pant, and can bo depended upon to pronounco hi favor of tho maintenance of tho present trtnndanl of valno and for thu party that reircsents this principle, rogardleM of previous juuty ' affiliation. Several important German IMnocntio papers in tho western stat4t havo alnwly Uin'titenod to bolt their ticket if a freo silver plank should bo adopted. An an indication of tJw general stnitimeut of dio German in I refej to tho tmmtiou taken by the largest and oldest German ucrsvsiai)er iu tho south, Tho Dejiiokrat) of Louisville, In tho last storo election m Kuurucky. Although ofways Democmtio up to tliat time, this pornir boltvd tho Domocmtio freo silver candidate arKl urged tho election of the Republlcon sound mouey for Tho Importouco of tho Gorman voto will bo apparent whn the rumerical strength of tho population in tho pivotal states Is considered. Tho returns of tho census of 1800 show that tho stato of New York then contained 073,003 Ohio 641,407, Illinois 600,688, 473,423, Michigan 2T6.U58, Wisconsin 651,884, Minnesota 244,034, Iowa 209,603 and Missouri 297,005. Whatever may bo tho decision of tho national conventions on the money question, this issue will be fairly, squarely and most thoroughly placed before the German voter in tho course of the campaign, and as to the nature of his I do not entertain auy doubt. Wh-cousi- u cau-dida- Largely a Jmtlon of Freight. Tho principal reason why tho highly civilizul and commercial nations havo gradually abandoned silver and adopted tho gold rttandard is that valuo for valno silver is 30 times as heavy a gold. So that if tho cheater metal were need to settle bahuices in trading between two countries or Iwtween distant points of tho same country it would cost 30 timtw more to transfer it than if payment was mado iu gold. Tho foolish idea that business men have conspired to discredit the white motid in onler to increase tho value of gold iri morel u cheap money delusion. Merchants and bankers aro interested in having the lest 'xxwlblo material for uso in measuring values and making exchanges, and tho fact that iu millions of transactions tho handling of moix'y the greater weight of silver meant a larger cost of transporting It was of a Fuflloicnt reason why gold should bo preferred. Lef t to themselves, men always choose the easiest known mothod of doing anything. Since it is far easier to uso a having greut valuo In small bulk than ono 80 or 00 times heavier, it is only natural that, whenever it is possible to seouro sufficient gold, that metal should bo used instead of silver. Wood is now genorally used instead of steel for bioycJo rims because it is light rr Stcelltos who should olaiin that the wood conspirators had domonetiacd steel rims would bo laughed at Yet theh arguments vwuld bo just as 6ound .is those of tbo silveriUw. it-w- so the tree will grow. The leave a lasting impression. sphere of vroinan, she cannot the art of taking care of it lessons she can learn is that early lessons of childhood As the home is the true begin too young to acquire One of the most helpful ' lf CURETTE SOAP ia not only the most efficient means of keeping things clean, but the most economical as well. Whether used for washing clothes or cleaning house it proves its worth beyond question. It's never too late for a woman to learn the Clairette lesson. Sold everywhere. Made only by sub-sfcuio- o THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. u35555&3oo5o555oUSr555BT5U535d to gm-enio- r. ested in tho agitation for freo silver, with K openly avowed purpose of raising prioca twice as high as thoy aro now. This is tho consuming clam, com-poof all tho peoplo who buy things. To them tho mos Important question in reganl to tho currency is, "Will our money buy few or many things? Wo now havo on industrial and commorchU system in which wagos aro paid and products bought and sold with a currency which rests on a gold standanl and has n high purchasing power. If wo were to adopt tho silver standard, our moue would buy only half tho quantity of goods that it does now. ilow would that liolp us, tho ?0,000,-00American consumers?" Free coinago politicians who nro trying to gain votes by setting ono class of citizens against another would do well to remember that tho largest class iu this country is that of tho peoplo who buy goods. When they can Bhow thoso peoplo that it is to thou: interest to pay higher prices far what they consume, they may have some 6how of succctis. Until then their Bohomo is doomed to failure. 0 Tho IVoplo Who law Thins. There is ono class of peoplo in the United Statce which is specially inter- THE , BBri BVvJaT , stPv.BBSBBaBnam- Popular Washer Try one for 30 Days arc! if you don't like it doi't take it i I BtW flutourtaS Greatest "Washer ol the Age, Try one and jou never use any other kind. gf iJPEfllt 1 i FAREIS & HARDIN. c. raupiEY, THEMERGHANTTAILOR H. Is Receiving his German-America- n German-American- s, Pemi-sylvan- la Tho free and unlllmted coinage of silver la the greatest political swindle of tho century, lor it gives to tho wealthy Che power to doublo their wealth nnd learros to the poor man notbiuf but silver dollars really worth only 50 cents each. Bucjtus Journal. Low rates to Washington, Great! oa Um Century. SPBXN& ANB SUMMER tho best ranrtct and onrs Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo tnaVo liberal on consignments. Ik'slilcs wo havo better facilities than other houses In bavin many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price anil pny spot ta-- ; uot Iu trade No trawling agenU. Ship all your wool aud fana produoa direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R U Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ThI- - Is WOOL. WOOL. D. tho silver mining communities, including all those who are directly or indirectly dopendent on silver money for a living, cannot exceed 700,000. Why should the interests of the 70.000,000 people of tho United States bo sacrificed to the supposed interests of this small fraction of their number? Isn't it a pretty insignificant tail to wag such a stupendous dog? St. Paul Pioneer Ptcss. Tha Trait Too Small to Wa The total population of tho Do. 'EVERY , ' Rmdl. linLE BBVMUTS. tMLB MX AXI, r rrar4 CO., till IT. Lons. tUARANTEEI. 1 mans will play a specially important role. In tho cast they aro altogether sound upon the silver question, and in tho west tho preponderance of German sontimont ls sound. If the conventions perceive that they will have to reckon with the German voto, the influence of that vote will not bo lost New Yorker Btaats-Zoitung. It may Moat Conaltler the German Tota. bo in this crisis that the Ger- Willing to Correct Mlatakee. About tho only argument tho free silver papers offor in advocating the Issuance of fiat money is that Secretary e have Carlisle and Ch Courier-Journa- l Buoklln'B Arnlca Salve changed their viiws on tho money quesa Th belt talv In the world for tion. To their credit, be it said, The aorct, ulcer, aalt rheum, ferer aoret cuu, chap- tetter, Courier-Journa- l hands, chilbUina, Coras and all skla eruptions. and Secretary Carlisle I positively cures bo pay repulred. It ls argue the question. Lexington (Ky.) Iuarantced to give piles, or satisfaction or sooney perfect refunded. Price at cents per box. For tsJ by Sun. brui-ea- Christian Endeavorers. The Chesapeake and Ohio railway will sell round trip tickets from all stations in Central Kentucky to Washington, D.O., at one fare for ronud trip on Jnly 4th to 8tb, good until July 31st if desired. The Chesapeake and Ohio is four houra shortest route to Washington and is the only line with through train service from Lexington and vicinity. Two vestibuled trains each way daily. On return trip trains arrive at Lexington at same time of arrival as at Cincinnati via other lines, thus saving a change of trains and three or more hours additional ride. Side trips can be made to Old Point, Norfolk and the Big Ship Yard at Newport News where the battleship "Kentucky" is now building. Writs for time table and map of Virginia battle fields. George W. Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky, 0., of 110 Third Street, or S13 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOTJXSVIX.X.E, ST. "THE Queen SiQrescent reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed throueh trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars throut-- h to Harriman, Chatta nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonulle. riirougti bleeping Lara to noxvuie, hot. spnnijs H and Ashoille; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, ( ria New Orleans or via Shreveport" Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. ' Chaa. W. Zell, W. O. Bineanon, . route W. B. McRoberU druggist. PossT Agi., Cincinnati 0. O. P. A.. Cinclnvstl, O. EU Forget to Mention It. Greene Say, that shotgun I bouflfc of you blow into 10,000 pieces tho first June 2b", 1896 Hmo I fired It off. I donH boo how I ever Stanford, Kt., got off aliva Guusol Oh. yos; I forgot to tell you. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. You havo heard of thoso new disappearing guns tho government is getting? Well, that was ono of them. Indianapolis Journal. ly Semi-Week- Interior Jourke DESIGNING DOLU& A FREE SILVER. j r rH m 'I! How Nero Horned Homo. Nero had been taking lessons on tho fiddlo until everybody elso in tho block had moved uwoy. Still tho cruel tyrant kept on. Finally ho thought it was bum to play in public, and ono balmy night ho took his fiddlo out on tbo porch and let her go. Tho more it went the more Nero chuckled, for ho was undonbUxlly a vu & srrssMm.-awr v cruel man, and he had stuffed cotton in liis cars beforo beginning operations. Filing a saw was Wilhelmj to it, but Nero didn't care a sesterce for that. As ho continued tho sounds began to MAHCCEKlTK M'lK)K.U.n. permeate all quarters of the city, and nor of Twenty-firs- t street and Fifth millions of mutches in all tho Roman aveuno. wiw her households began to squirm und twist in Marguerite's motliex says that wlmn tho their boxes. young urtixt was a small child, a mere Their nerves tingled and their head? baljy, index u, she Krw a jR'ncil ono day began to feel like splitting. and took liold of it at once as if sho Still Nero played. knew Ikjw to umo it. This fact was ho Tho matches felt the strain moro and striking, as well as umiual, that Ikt moro every minute. mother noticed and remembered it, and At lost he jammed his bow throagh felt sure her little daughter would show an twisted a talent for drawing when slw grew it around a time or two and pulled it older. This sho did very soon, and her out again, and every match in town painU'd dollies wero the delight of all went off with a pop. tho children of tho neighborhc! long A Specimen Argument. Five minutes later Ilomo was burn before they iMi'tuno an article of saw in tho shops. They wtro comical enough The following is one of Judge Crisp's ing. Y. J, at first, though from tho very start Ikt And tho tyrant played on. favorite illustrations of tho horrors of Lampton in Truth. originality of design showed itself. the gold standard: Tho publishing firm havo lieeu very "Suppose that you had been owing a Need of Haate. niuch interested in the littlo girl from debt of $100 for five years. You could Mrs. Lakeside (rushing Into a Chi- tho time they saw her fiit productions. havo satisfied that debt fivo years ago with two bales of cotton. Today it will cago court) Where's tho judge? Quick I Lat Christmas a year ago they front her Bystander Right there. What's a most beautiful gold watch, act with require threo bales of cotton to cancel diamonds, at which you may imagino tho same debt Tho reason is the supply wrong? "I just ran away from my husband, sho was much pleased. Miss Marguerite of money has been reduced and the deIs a pupil of tlo Washington High mand has correspondingly increased." and he's after mo, not threo squares I want to divurco him for deser- School. Fler talent is a perfectly d "There aro several fallacies in this one, sIks having had no instruction statement," says tho Atlanta Journal. tion beforo ho gets hero," New York beyond that which is got at tins public "In tho first place the supply of money Weekly. schools. Slw means to bo an artist, and has not been reduced within tho last fivo Ready to Ilegin. years, either in bulk or per capita. Mudge I wish I could havo a chance hopes tome day to use tho brash in moro ambitious work than lier dolls, pretty "But if Judge Crisp's argument is to achieve fame. as they am Philadelphia Press. good there must havo been an immense Yabsley I'll put you on to u plan. increase in tho currency lust year, for The next timo somo ono asks you to take Mr. Anna Ik JrtTrr. while it would have required nearly a drink refuse It will bo talked about four bales of cotton to pay a debt of $100 all over town. "For tlm first timo in Uo history cf in 18U4, two bales and a quarter would Mudge That's so. Supposo you ask tho state," says tho Baltiinoru News, havo paid it in 1895. "a woman is toduy holding n state office, mo right now? Indianapolis Journal. in Maryland. OolotK-- l Luther IL Gadd, "If Juclgo Crisp is ignorant on tho Bubjcct ho is diwruKsing, he should instato librarian, sent his ntdguation to Editorial Opinion. form himself before he po;esius a DemoSub Would you call Mrs. Bloomers Governor Lowndtti nxvntly, and Mrs. cratic leader. If ho knows more than the "lady of tho Female Anna B. Jellers of Annapolis received his speeches indicate, he should not try Cyclers' club," or tho presi- her commission, filed Ikt bond and en tered uj.ou tho dutk of tlio oflk to deceivo the ieople. to dent?" which slo was itprjQintvd by GowarKn-Lowu"When a politician, after study and Editor Bloomers, you say? oiwl confirnKl by tlo nenafo thought, changes from being a free coin-agSub Yes. to n sound money advocate, he is a Editor (crustily) of coursol just before Uie adjouruuKine of tlio general ust;mbly. SJw id tlio daughter of a turncoat und a traitor, but when, to -- Nwv York World lato gjtllant oflVr of liigh rank in the. krep in the political swim, he changes navy, a lady of much pergonal pojmlur-ity- , from sound money to frco silver coinA Coolnem IVetweeu Tbein. age, 'God bless him! ho is a statesman and will (Vmbtirw mjvko as excelGabby When aro thoso friends of lent a stuto librarian as thoso of Kenand a patriot, ' wiy all the silverites. " yours goiug to bo married? Crusty I don't know. I uotlowl a tucky, Michigan jumI other stntnn in The Magic of tho Wort! "Vrro." which this oflloo hus oomo to bo regartl-ecooluoss between thein last night as ono which women aro peculiarly It is difficult to understand how any "You don't say. What was tho couso adopted tofilL" considerable portion of tho peoplo can of it?" bo so ignorant of tho most vital question "loo cream." Philadelphia Record. I'ohmm OsvinctnB From a Out In. now beforo them as to believe tliat Euy coinago actually means that by Tho fashionable, girl tlioso days lets "free" Mrs. Wallace Tho doctor says ho her purso trwiug from a chain which sho Borne mysterious legerdemain tho peoplo wears about her nock. aro to get something for nothing. And thinks you will bo easy pretty 6oan. Mn, Wallace yet it is undoubtedly truo that a largo Tho chain must bo very fine and tho Ho won't find mo as One Doll' Naino. number of peoplo who aro following tho easy as ho thinks if he tries to pilo on poreo of silver or gold mesh with a gate Tho Capital of Wasldngton tolls a frco silver ignis fatuus do bo because the charges as ho did tho last timo I had top. This idea is moro foriuovolty than coiTvonlcttoe, for a pure dangling from pretty story about Mrs. Cleveland, a littheir imagination has been captivated him. Cincinnati Enquirer. by that magic word "free. " The man, one's wuist is apt to bo a triflo annoy- tlo girl and a doll. Mrs. Cleveland gave HeclprocMf, ing. But it is tho fashion, und ho tlio a namo to tho aoll which was not distherefore, who expects to receive a dolThroerer I hotvr Smoake proposed to girls aro all doing it A few of tho fair closed, and tiM girl who guessed correctlar, whether of gold or Bilver or paper, must have somo product of labor to gtvo that pretty widow. Did sho agree to maids tuck part of tho purso within tlio ly was to get tho doll. Mrs. Cleveland belt, as if it wero u wutch. named tlvo doll Columbia, and after in exchange, and no financial system givo up her weeds? Tenstrait Sho 6aid sho would if Many erf those woven gold or mesh almost every littlo girl in tbo city had worthy of its own respect baa over claimed anything else. Under freo coin-ag- o Smoofco would givo up his. Now York purses aw wonderfully beautiful. They tried to guess its name, and tho envelnot only must every dollar represent Press. not only havo tlo gold boll top studded ope containing tbo guesses was about at least an equivalent amount of labor, with Jewels, but a tiny gem or two to bo scaled up becuuso not ono had Eicba&ce of CompUmenU. but it will repreAont twice as moch labor littlo Margaret among tlio " was the remark glistens purso itself. woven gold threads guessed correctly, Concord, Mass. , in tho you, of tho who lives at and purohaso just half as much com- of "I am Btuck on to tho New York tho poster girl walL modities as at present. Augusta (Gkw) homo that used to belong to Hawthorne, "That's quite flattering," answered went to tbo bazaar and gucssod tho corHerald. tho wall, "from one ao woll posted as Denim Decoration. rect name, and, of course, sho has tho you are. " Indianupolls Journal. Tho dcoorativo possibilities of that dolL Mrs. Cleveland askod Margaret 6tandby, blue denim, aro being shown af tcrward how sho happened to guess A GREAT BOOK FItEE. Worthy Endeavor. this season as never before. It would that the When Dr. It. V. Pierce, ol Buffalo, N. Y. "Perkins has resigned from tho Im- seem as if the skill of tho decorator was 6ho said,doll's namo was Columbia, and "Mrs. Clovoland, I thought the firit edition of hit great work, The proved Order of Red Men?". peoplt'a Common Secie Medical Adviser, h an being concentrated on the ellects he can Columbia was tho namo you ought to (So,ooo copiea had been sold oounccd hat alter "Yes, ho is getting up an organiza- produce with this fabne. In combina- givo tho dolL " at the regular ptice, 8i.3o per copy, the profit on tho Improved Order of tion with white, as an outline trimwhich would repay him for the great amount ol tion called Length of Stitches. labor aud money expended In producing it, be Whito Men. " Chicugo Record. ming on tho stuff itself or in lace curwould distribute the next hall million tree At Tho first lesson given to thoso who tains, over which it may be draped, or this number of copies has already been sold, he is It Depended. now giving away, absolutely tree, 500,000 copies in upholstering white enamel funiituro, aro learning how to sew is what Is of this most complete, interesting and valuable Miss Wanterno Do you write for its use is especially successful. All over known as tho running stitck Whilo common sense medical work ever published-t- he recipient only bcin required to mail to him, at pleasure or for money? chairs and divans that aro upholstered you may all know that tlio stitches stamps to covabove address, twenty-on- e Pushpen I write for the magazines er coat ol mailing only, and the book will be sent for pleasure. I havo to write to my fa- in tho blue or green deuiuis aro showily hhould bo fluo and even, you may perpostpaid, It la a veritable medical library, comrelieved with white buttons and piping haps not bo awaro that tho epjices and plete in one volume. Contains looS pages, prother for money. New York Herald. tho stitches should bo of exactly tho cord as finish. fusely illustrated. The Free Edition is precisely samo length, and this should not exceed the same as that scld at S1.50, except only that Sirs. Mlcawb-er- . the books are in atrong nianilla covers instead p) an eighth of an inch. An Oakland Woman. cloth, Send now before all are given awaj. "What aro you doing with that slip An Oakland woman has recently per, ma?" Gladya and Granuy. built Mr. James Perdue,'' an old soldier, residing at "Wuiting for something to turn up." ing, a cottage, doing all the carpenterLittlo Gladys Granny, go down on Monroe. Mich., wu severely afflicted with rnieu plumbing and painting herself. Truth. rnatism, but received prompt relief from pain by Whilo doing it she never qiice hammered our hands and knqps fora minute, aaya: "At using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He times my back would ache so badly that I could a finger, used a cuss word, joined tho please. The Limit. Grandmother What am I to not gotten relief, I hardly aise up. If "Is thoro any limit to modern nrt?" union, got drunk or went on a strike. doFond for, my pet? would not be here to write thete lew lines. Chamthat Balm has don rae a, rreat deal of A record to bo proud of, is it not? yes. Tho frame, you know." berlain's Pain "Oh, Gladys 'Cauio I want to draw un good and I feel very thankful for It." Newman Tribune, Detroit Tribune. elephant. Philadelphia Times. For sale by Craig A Hocktr, Stanlord, Ky. 1 mil-Donai- ro Wootl Not Itemedy tlio Unequal Distribution or Wealth. It is because of tho belief thntinBomo way freo coinage would givo tho poorer classes sorao of tho wealth now in tho hands of tho rich that tho fanners and workers in pomo sections of the country havo favored tho 10 to 1 schema Tho shnllowne69 of the pretenso that tho silver standard would help tho poor as against tho rich can be seen by considering tho results which its advocates claim would follow its adoption. They insist that by measuring values in dollars worth half of a gold dollar tho value of all tho wealth in the country would be exactly doubled. This is an error arising out of the silverito confusion of valno with price. Prices would doubtless bo doubled as compared with the 50 cent dollar, but tho value of all kinds of goods would not bo increased in tho slightest degree. Does any farmer think that his implements or his furniture would really be worth more to him if their nominal price was doubled? But oven If prices were doubled how would that help the people who are poor ; Tbo man who noyr has? 1,000, 000 worth of property would under frco silver have $2,000,000 worth. This would benefit him 100 times as much, so far as prices are concerned, as tho mau with $10,000 and 1,000 times rs much as tho man with only $1,000. Tho men who now havo nothing would under free coinago havo exactly twice nothing. Tho gap between tho poor man and tho would bo just as great as it is now. Tho laborer, who has no goods to sell, would find that tho prices of all his food and clothing wero twice as high, whilo any increase of wages would come slowly if at alL In compelling tbo masses to pay higher prices for all thoy consume, while doubling tho prico of tho property of tho wealthy classes, free silver would make tho rich richer and tho poor poorer. Free coinage as a scheme for enriching tho owners of a few. silver mines and getting offices for calamity howling politicians may be a great success. As a means of abolishing tho differences between the poor and tho wealthy classes' it is a monumental fraud. It Won Krrr So. V' Arthur, don't tell mo no inoro stories; they make mo feel as if cold water was running down my back." Judy. of them lion "I say, W7rtfft IT. Who Um Mado a Great n In Drawing Toy. Tbo hundreds of iwoplo wlio eeo their .HJGGLERY MADE EASY. children playing happily with paper dolls dally do not rvoliao what a ficvld A Trick Tlutt Magician Perform Can Ke Done) by Any llriglit Hoy. ft tho labor of tcikuitcd porwira tho Many of you no tloult nro familiar uuumfitct4iro of Ukhj jxiper toys Ono of tho bent known designers with tlw juggler's trick of baking a of paper dolls is Miss Marguerite Mc- rsiko in a silk hat, but not with tho way Donald. Sho is now a young miss of 10, in which it is done. Wo aro going to but sho wua only 18 yvure old w1kji lier dolls, wlioso designing had bwjii her amusement und play, was brought to tho attention of one of tho largest art publishing linns of tlio country. Tbo firm was so plek"d with tlio artistic quality and original diameter of Miss Marguerite's work thut an offer was promptly niado to her for It, and tho littlo girl found that lier pi Ay had become profitable. Sinoo tiw first of lier dolls becamo popular, her pretty handiwork lias been much addd to, until her doll family is largo and distiiiguisliod. Marguerlto is tin) daughter of a naval H wlioer, and her homo is in Washington, although rIjo was born in New York. New Yorkers havo a still further claim upon her from tlio fact that lwr mother's M trh family livo there, too, and Dr. Rogers, long tho pastor of the church at tho cor- Mfas riny lar Sao-ow- FOE LITTLE FOLKS. GOVERNOR ALTGELD'S ERRORS. pro-sait- s. . " WW givat-ruuclf:ithv- r. bo-hin- d. nat-un- "ex-lad- y o Ex-lad- d Dnfoiimtrd Atsninplloii. A meetioc ol the itVholJef ol the Knob Governor John P. Altgeld of Illinois Lick, McCormark's & Turncitvllle Turnpike Co. will lie held at McCormack's, JULY 3, ihrecently delivered at the Auditorium in o'clock p. m., the purpose ol electing officers Chicago a long and carefully prepared for the cmuingfiryear. address, in which ho endeavored to E. D. 1'tYTON, I'rasident. bolster up tho failing silver ciiiibo with bold assertions und unfounded assntni-tionStarting out with tho statement that tiro civilired world is suffering from biuikrnptcy, min and misery, ho claimed that the one cause of this state of affairs ih "tho great reduction in the volume of money in tbo world incident to d'Mroying silver us a money metal." of his two hours' speech was The devoted to an attempt to show tliat freo siher would bo a sufficient remedy for WILL CURE all business and industrial ills. There is only one objection to tho assertion that the volume of money in tlio world Inn liecn greatly reduced by de- Scrofula, Salt Rheum, stroying silver as a money inetaL It is Sores, Uoils, Pustules, not true, and Governor Altgeld is very Eczema, Teller, ft tlm nmiatirtn fill ,ilttnl. It.. and all diseases of the blood and nsumes to tejoh tho iieoplo of Illinois if ho does not know that it is not tmo. ar Makes You Well. The official figures show that not only Indigestion, constipation and dyslias the actual value of money greatly pepsia, kidney and liver disease increased during tho pnt 25 years, but yield to its curative powers and the per capita circulation alo has England, France, Germany, when cured it Austria aud Russia, tho leading comtf Keeps You Well. mercial nations of Eurojv, havo added describe tho proofs ho simply that it over fbOO.OOO.OOO to their stock of Sold in Lincoln county by may be employed in tho iirlor as well money during that ieriod. The United as on the stage, W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. States has increa-e- d its volume of sjecio To prepare for tlm trick get threo and bullion by over f 1, 000. 000, 000 in " Penny's Drug Store, eggs and having blown tlui contents the samo time. Even tho silver using Craig & Hockcr, " from two of them, cIomi tho littlo s countries of Asia tuid South Atuerira, W. C. Wolford, Ilustonville. with white wax. Plaoo tho threo as well as Mexico, havo now for more F. H. Twid well, eggs uioii a plut ready for uho when money than in 1873. Tho world's prowant4d, and in tho left hand sido of duction of gold and silver is now more J. A. Hammond, Hubble. your waistcoat put a flat cake, or 5 than $.00, 000,000 per year. Of this Tanner Hros. , McKinncy. inches in clianiotsr. great amount it is ctima'l that J. F. Alstott, Powers. Having mndo theso prciorations, ap- than one half is ued in the arts, hi that Hcazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. pear before Urn spotators, put tbo pinto over $1.')0.000,000 is avnilablo for M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. with Uie timo eggs on it on a tablo and money. Of this at least 100,000,000 is borrow a silk hat. After secretly trans- gold, of which tho natural i:icrviu in Yours for Health, ferring tho coke from your waistcoat to ten years alono will U $ 1,000, 000, 000. Jam lis T. Cookh, tho hat, put tlio hat on tho tablo and Tlw alleged evil which Governor Alt Harrodsburg, Ky. break ono of the blown eggs on tho edge geld wishes to cure by free coinage havof tho plato and preteud tliat you empty ing thus Ixvti proved to haw no existits contents into tho hat. ence, it follows tliat his remedy is To odd to tlio illusion Ukui drop tho equally imaginary. Tlio grounds on pcrfict egg tijiAn tlio plato and let tho which 1; argns for tlu silver standard spi'Ctators S"e its contents jxiur out. are only etlun-- tif "Orin's Financial That will help to inako them believe School," which is cveti ouMune in htano .Vrw Line r. ttrn Cincinnati, that the other two are mil. Tlwn break nviHvts. Thus ho says, "For kuiio j; W years during and after tin' war we were on a jNiper boMs, and our paper dollar only 10 in golil, but j was wortli Solid Trains, our peoilu prosjiered. " If this WJKT' ity was the result of cIknij Fast Time, niotiey, why clues uetCroveniorAltgld tuhwiito Excellent Equipment. a nturu to fiat 10 cx'iit or no cent iater dollar, inst.iid of stopping half way Inaugurated May 24. TIIK SCIIKufi.K. with ftl cejit silvr dollars? l.ve Cincinnati 900n.ro. c. 15 p. iu d In closing his twUlnvw Gowninr j 13 p. m, Air. loltde iu 1J I ij a. pi that tin question of fnv Arr. Detroit J 4J P ni. asrted 1 htoujth oxchia acJ parlsr can on J tralnt. coinage meant an imie l,twn,n tho gold Through Cine 10. cochi, standard and bimetallism. This Is an- nail tu foldo anil Wa(ncr Slrcplnc Can on night Cincinnati to littroit other error of fact Fne silver at lrt to mini U'Orrrn Cincinnati, ToIrJo and DeNo 1. or 1ft v to 1, whicli Governor Altgeld troit 1.kt lc AS COOll A.I OUIt Nr-.(1RK LINK. AS C.OOI) AS OUR t Hlt'AGO LINK. thinks may lie Uie ratio, would not AS C.OOI) ASOt R ST LOUIS LINK. In bitiK't.illiim, Irut sihtr mononiutal-lism- . II11) tour tlckela throurh ria "lllf r'our " This has leeii proiI so often that r lull infoimattoti call on trmti or adtlrru K O McCOKMACK, I) II llAKTIN, tho remaining blown egg and preteud to it is no longiT a quoticui fordiscussiou. Iaa IratticMcr t.en Fan A Tkt. Act, empty its contents into tho hat, after No reasonable man Ixdiovrs that gold which you havo only to pass the hat would be umiI as money if silver worth several times over tho fiiune of a cmidlo 60 cents were modo legal tcntlt r for a .! VOU ARrCOINO.. to complete tlto trick, taking care, of dollar, for it is certain thut free coinage or course, that yon do not bring it near would drive goM out of circulation and enough to tho tlamo to injure it. put tho country on the silver basin. Tho .. TIIK . . Tuko out the cake and let tho specta- issuo is therefore letwvn silver monotors eat it. Philadelphia Tinuvi. metallism aud tlio gold standard. No believer in an honest dollar should bo Johnny l"ontirr1pt. deceived by the fnlne pretense of "biBessio Cliandler, tlio writer of stories metallism. " Whiddeu Graliam. vcrsa-for children, is a daughter and of Commodore Chandler of tlio navy. Scaring Capital Awny. Louiavuii 4 NaaMvitic R. R. At ono time in their family they had a "Any southern sttite which has begun littlo negro boy wlui was not very busy, to attract ouUido capital on a large la lb line for you, ai lie and siiont his spare time idling alout sealo or hopes to do mi in the near futlio rtoms where tlw ladies sat Tliey ture will inako a cleplnrahln blunder if would puzzle tlxiir wits to keep tho boy it gtvt on record as favoring the fn Mk;clon conntctioni at at work. Ono day Mrs. Chandler was coinage of silver." says tho HaltiUiore busy and sent Jolinny into tlm next News (Dem. ). "In no other way can LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointa. room. "You may take your slate and the.M statw so mmptly and effectively THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). said, "and wnto me a let- chill the contldeuoo of cupitalistri its by pencil," sho IIAOGAGE CHECKED TIIROUGU ter." Tlio boy obeyed. By and by tliero Tor any ioformtion coulrtof it M'l r. JOES. KICK. Afnt. came a shrill cull: "Please, missus, I'ho SUnlord, Ky got it wrotod. It says: 'Dxur Missus Kin I go down to tlio tennis court and bjo them play tennis? Rspotfully yount, Johuuy,' " Mrs. ChaivlUr was not ready to rnlmit him us yet, so sho Only Dnect Lilc IlctweD replied: "Oh, well, write mo n postscript" Again a silence, no prolonged Shorten and qulckett btwrn that sho went into tJw rami to invtwti-gat- e Frankfort, aoorgotown nnd Paris, Thoro was no boy there. Tho slato OarllBlo, Mtiysvillo, Oynthiuua, luy on tlio cluiir face uiW(mL Sho roal Falmouth and Covington. the uusago lio luul first calkxl out, and Aak lor llcketa via Kentucky Midland. Traiaa run by Central Standard Tim a. uutlonieatli it this addition: "P. S. I Time TabU April ig, $), havo went " &ui Francisco Argonaut d s. tried to Ilol.trr lip the Silver Tuxnpiko Xlaotiozi. Canne With Cooke's rt Sarsaparilla rW' M njior-tnre- i a s Big Foup" s Toledo and Detroit. - Alt-gel- lt 1 1TORTH TflTUST, s Double Daily Trains Ey. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frank fort TUAINS EAST. " Klkbora Stamping Oround " t)orgftownIt... Arr. C S. Depot No. a. m. 1. Ma Krankloit A 655 No. 3. No. 7. p. in. p. m. La-thro- p, 7 50 to j 00 tempting to debase, tlw currency. Any C " I'll" ljo j js 400 community that rushes frantically to tho support of schemes for sealing down TRAINS WEST. No. j. No. 4. No. 10. No. . a. ta. p. m. a. in. p. ro. debt simply because they do scalo down Lt Parta ...C 9 jo 4 35 JJ 6 33 C. H. Depot .... 10 11 debto is bound to suffer for it How " Georgetown II 1040 636 545 6 40 much Virginia has suffered from tlio " Stamp'g Gro'd 10 jS 6 54 7 17 " Klkhorn 11 16 consequeuooH of following Maliouo into 711 7 jj 8 ij Arr Kranktirt A... n 30 7 15 tlio ditch of repudiation it is iniporvriblo to cstimato. " a joining tlw rimkH of tlieno wlm aro at- " 7C8 7 7 4J t; 40; iS 4 too 1 110 15 437 4 148 55 Mer-ct"- T Asked to Oo Backward. Suppose somo party should arise attributing tlio hard times among tlio farmers to tlw uso of seoderfl and self pub-lUhe- d one-ce- nt 11 binders and thrashing machinca and attempt to oonvinoo them that to bo prosperous they must "demonetizfl" all theso implements and again scatter seed with their hands from a bag slung over their shoulders, go back to tho cradlo or, better, to the sickle in harvesting and tho flail in thrashing. Would not tlio fanner of tcxluy say that tho world moves forward, not backward; that it is constantly striving to lighten, not to increase manual labor? Supposo somo Hi I alalaa.aH ether party should como into oxlstenoo 1 that would bemoan tho hard times, deCURES NOTHING BUT PILES clare that tlio uso of railways is tho solo causo and demand thoir "demonetizaSURE and CERTAIN CURE tion" and a return to tho freight wagon. known for 15 year asthe Aud yet it is precisely such a retroEST REMEDY for PILES. grade movement hh any of thoso supposed otises would bo that our Bilvor SOIVD BY AT.I, BRVCaaiftTN, TMMflitTlKlAMMH WW eO.j8T.lOUM. friends aro proposing. But no proposition to go backward, to pick up discarded tools, to add to tho burdens of oxchongo 11 AH Yr IV. AM inrAWbocantblnX Zr, nof Bomeolmpla w will over be ucceptod by the mass of imnar rrotect your Ideas; they may felA'!rviJ'Si,yei5,th' Wrlt J0WN VrTSDTJKl St Paul Globe, BUlRf A CO., Patent Attorneya, WtohiEjtOB. Georcctown 10 40 a. m; arriva Kraukfort 1 1 30 a. m. t rank tort 4 aj p. m. arrive Georgdown m. I IJ p. Kentucky The Midland Railway and connec- Uoni lorm the thorteat and chcapctt route to all pointa South, Kait, North and Weil. IKor further information apply to their agenti U. U. UKKCAW. Gen. Paia. Autnt.. OKO. II. IIARPElt, Kec'r&GeS.Sup Frankfort Kt Lav SUNDAY TRAINS. Li TABLER'Snil BUCKEYE riUD n uin men i J tn. ... 2. IU"ll iwiWaWiMatcawi ,s 5sja4j.tJiiii . .. - ri-n.i Jklly Glasses at Warren & Shanks'. Fink candiea at Warren it Shanks.' very ill. : .. Misa Mary Elkin went to Lancaster Dn. J. G. Oarpknter is rejoicing over Slight showers fall occasionally but a w. afternoon, yesterday good gully washer is needed. "Fair and arrival of a now girl. Mh. K. W. of Richmond, waa the t 1 Sr cooler Friday." 3tanfom, Kt Jlni: 2j, 1896 over to aee hiaCain, aneetheart n few daya Bituminol'8 and cannel nut coal, botago. tom price. Try it. Noel A Son. The Dkhiiy. Ben Brush won tho Mies Bkssik VanAbsdalk, of Lebanon Derby yesterday afternoon. Ben E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Rkmbmiikii straw hats are going at onJunction, is the guest of Mies Bruce Eder was second, Loki third and Lemper There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices ly a fraction over cost at Shanks'. 1 Wenren. Ego fourth. r t r You ehouhl take your prtBcriptiona to Mn. L. M. Westkrfikli) waa called to 3STez-r- t Maoic Btock nnd chicken food, best Penny V dru store whvro prompt and CampbellBville by the serious illness of Turtles Mr. W. F. Sheridan and his Craig A and cheapest on tho market. !h KnnrHtitoecl. nccuratosorvico friend, Mr. Bolton, killed 87 turtles duIn our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. hia wife, aud retu'ned wih her yeater- - Hoc Iter. r t r ring their stay at Livingston, day. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call MUSOXAf. J'OLVfS. Clotiii.no at the lowest possible cash and it wasn't a goo'd time for turtles JuihikT. L Shklton and Thomaa Jefat once and get pick of the stock. If you want a suit, either. Mir and Mk. It. J. Lylej returned ferson Hatcher will to morrow to priceantfehnnkfi'. to Nashville yesterday. attend tho Confederate Reunion at Rich inspect our stock. The Richmond beaux will have to t MJ !..,. itlie t... . . tlf .UISS J.LliA IUMUTK,U1 tWIIinn, mond. Until July 1st, 180(5, you can buy any- shavo themselves on Sunday or go with CUt'flt of Miss Isnbel Itailoy. Miia. W. E. Ellis, of Memphis", is vis- thing srK i in our complete stock at actual rough faces hereafter. The mayor haa Mjbh Lucy Aiinoi.I), of Lancaster, ia iting her mother, Mrs. M. II. Dickinson, ordered the barber ahopa to abut up on wholesale coat. W. II. Wearen & Co. vinitini: Miss Hthyl HeHzley. at Glasgow, and her frienda hero hope the Lord's day. Mice Ida Ukhtlky, of LIvinisaton, is her hualmnd tH join her and make M. S. A J. W. Bacohman havo bought THE MISTERY HAD GKonoK Welch, a Crab Orchard Negro, tlie Sliest of Mian .Susie Laaley. them the long promised visit. tho right for this county of tho Miittr NOT BEEN SOLVED; Miss Anna Johnston, of thu West Knd, Tiik Montgomery Advertiser saya that patent gate, the best thing of the kind to was placed in jail Tuesday to serve a 50 is viaititiK her sister, Mrs. J. M. Hill. WITHERS PRESENTS TO THE BUYING Mr. M. F. Unlet and n crowd of railroad be found. Examine the one in thu court fine imposed by Squire John 8. EdmiB Mil. John A. Howkii, of the train ton for trying to shoot his father. He friends are cruising along tho Florida yard. PUBLIC A COLD FACT, THINK OF J.T! ollico at Paria, wbh hero jester const and enjoying themselves. Col. W. A new girl baby at hia houso is what was brought hero by Marshal W. T. Miller. F. Sheridan wrr invited but couldn't KO. haa prevented our uaually regular coday. Mn, and Mhb. T. M. Gooiiknmht went Thh 1th of July celebration at Danville rrespondent, Judge Walker Mason, of CITY AND VICINITY. down to Franklin yesterday to visit relaWilliamaburg, from sending ua reports. will be a big thing. A parade in the tives. We know how it ia ourselves. You are morning, headed by a brass band, will Lkt Danks repair timt watch. What's more my customers realize that fac t, saving money in evMn, J. M. Siuoli), of Lexington, enrue B'art tho thing. Then there will be a ery instance. excused, Judge. My bargains always surpass the anticipations of those over Wednesday to aoe his old friends Fhlmt Jara at Warren & Shanks'. game of ball, bicycle races, bicycle pa Envelopes. This ollice haa just re- rade and a pigeon shoot, all of which can who come doubting, and they go away convinced that Withers' barhere. Solid silver tea spoons at Danks. of Newark, Ohio, Mil. W. S. Bolton, ceived from the manufacturers at gains are just as offered. be Been for 25c. spent Beveral daya with Mr. W. F. Sher100,000 envelopea, which we can ' Pockkt knives at cost at Craig it Hooker's. idan. print and sell you cheaper than you ever The police at Franktort are making war on the "trusty" business, permitted Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and ManMn. It. U. Mobrison and wife, of IjuIb A kkw lino bolts left to floats out cheap. heard of. It the largest and beat lot of Mrs. 0. A. Danks. ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. by the penitentiary management, and an ville, areunestsof Mr. and envelopes ever received in Stanford. t ' etTort to stop tho abuse of a very doubtMoore. For life, lire and accident insurance, The court of appeals decided in a case ful power will be made. Lancaster peoMihB Maiiy Noki. returned Tuesday call on It. B. Mahonv. appexled from Russullville that proper- ple tell us that the Negro, Henry from a protracted visit to relatives in ty within tho town limits was subject to cocvicted of burning a houBe and Danville. I'ltKSCRUTioN work done at lowest caah if unimproved, but two of its inmates, is permitted to go at tAxaiiim even McKinnky went up to Mrs A H. pricea.' Craig & Hocker. Judv- - Aaulley saya that the decision set large and they are very indignant over to visit her daughter, Mrs. Srcond-ha.n- d McCormick binder, good ties tiu point in such cases, each having the fact. I! G.C'ook. Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices to be considered on its own merits. Miskamm W. ILSATTKUi'iKUiand Ev- as now, for sale. B. K. Wearen. Refunded. When Mr. Ed Carter waa on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, erett Horrpl. of Livingston, were (jueeta of he waa robbed of New Process Uasohnu Stove, good na Warrants were issued Tuesday for in Louisville recentlythe L. A N. He re- Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a friends here. hia return ticketa on new, for sale cheap, J. A- Mudd. full htock of every thing found in a Lumber Yard, and by Frank Smith and Frank Lucas, both of MillershurK, is Miss ported tho caso to the officials of tho road, selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices,, lower than have The l'. B. F. picnic here will be on the white citizens of Rowland, for breaking who told him they would refund it the thoKuestof Misa Annie livans UriKiit, ever been offered here. 17th of July, instead of tho 7th na sta- into and stealing corn from the crib of near Hubble. tickets did not turn up before the expirof LebLilhurn Gooch, near Gilberts Creek. ted. Hon. am Miih. IUn Sualimnu, aud They were seen by Gabe Elkin and it it ation of the limit. They did not anon, attended the burial of her sister, A dkad Negro, supposed 10 have been this week, Mr. Carter had tho amount they will do time in the Mr. K. W. Smith. a tramp, was found on thu railroad near more than likely by the road, although pen. They were placed in jail Tuesday they cost refunded MihaJocKi-iilNKkiii returned yester- Corbiu yesterday. it waa under no obligations to do so. night by Constable Benedict. day from a lengthy visit to Mies Virginia " To reduce Btork, I will oiler special Howman at Dauvilltt. aw Court. Judge Saulley hea Circuit pricea on boxing, fencing, studding and Small Still. Deputy Collector J. M. extended the term till next week in orHa it. Hkn I). McGkaw. the handsom Carter tells ua tliat he captured the smal- - der to try John Murphy, before the man est Biid cleverest conductor on the 0. S., joista. A. C. Sine Imt still he ever saw near Science Hillj Weilneadny. Ellis, is taken to the wbb here Ladiks' fancy lace collars, formerly Pulaski county, this week. It was run ha nhni. Frank Mks A. J. Kahi and rhildrcn leave to A continuoua term of five! sold for Jl and i .'0, now otTcred at 35 by Hi lie Hines and its capacity was about penitentiary. day for a protracted visit to her parent, and 60c at Shanks'. weekB is about as mucn as we can Btanu two gallonB per day. His cook stove did here at this time of the year. They are hard to find, at Guyandotte, W. Vn. Miw.F. H.Kkknk returned with her For beating old man Billy Caldwell, the boiling anil stone jars were used aa The jury gave Monroe Smith a judp. d from brother. Uv. S M. another Negro, Nub Embry waa lined i'J mash tube, while the worm whb not ment for $75 against F. M. Ware on a and is hia Riiest. in Judge CHrson's court the Hist of the nincli larger than a pipe stem. claim for fL'IG. Mrs. It WnxiAMfl and littlo Nettie week. The Procter Land Co., of Johnson The oponing ball at Crab Orchard White wont up to Corbln Tuesday to City, Tenn., waa cast in its suit for II,-- 7 Thy J. II. Baughman A Co ' cooking Springs Tuesday night waa a delightful Dr. L. B. Cook, a visit Mr. and Mm. It. F. Whit. Bcoals. They are beet and cheapest. atlair and waa heartily enjoyed by eotne JO assessment against Mn. William Dauoiixhty and Miss stockholder. 1 Ic, de'25 couples of dancera. Tho Lancaster ituminous nut 10c., Cannel nut Mcllle Dausherly returned the AM of the livered at your house. At the request of Col. Hill, who is ale music and Orchestra furnished week from Tatham Sprinne, greatly immost prostrated over the death of hiB tho light fantaetic was tripped until far proved. Jailer DeIIokd, in hia determination into the wee sma' hours. Those who at- daughter, the trial of John Murphy, callMb. Oakl Wiikklxh, of Hustonville. to prevent a delivery, ban engaged Coned Wednesday, waa continued till next tended from here were Mrj. Lou Shanks, Tuesday, the 30th. andMra. M W. Coulter, of Maynville, stable Benedict to sleep in the ollice of Misses Anne Shanks, Lou Menefee and who is viaitlnK Mrs. Wheeler, were here the jail until they move the desperate Lizzie May Ciabb and Bessie Plummer The swiftest execution of justice ever yesterday. prisoners to Frankfort. By the vtay Mr. and Messrs It. M. Newland, 0, F. Green, witneesed here was given Wednesday, Lucas and Frank Smith, the Wool roi.K G vxsa treated jmUe, law DoBord has 10 boardern now. 0. B. Owens, James Menefee, Clarence when Frank white men who stole corn from Lilburn yeia and jury to a big basket of his line Is Demand. By n quest of Danvillo Price and James Saullsy. peaches Wednesday, which the editor Gooch, were convicted of th.e crime nnd lodge Knights of Pythias, Rev. A. V. also enjoyed. 19 to 3 The Stanford base ball c'ub given one year sentence each in the pen" Sizemoro will preach a sermon on Mb. A MiKkk Kinnaiiii), one of the itentiary. The corn was stolen Monday afin that city next Sunday after- ought to go into its hole and pull it in night. They were jailed Tuesday night pioneer merchants of the Manic City, noon, "Mb, at 3 o'clock p. m. He has al- ter it. Tho Crab Orchard boys came and paseed through to Lancaster Wednesday in 3(1 hours after the commission of so been requested to go to Winchester down Tuesday afternoon and defeated 1 Remnant Silks at 24c Going Like Hot Cakes.'&i to visit his parents. by a score of 20 to and they no the crime the jury had aBseesed their them to try them at Mn John W. Mooiik, of Ca- for thu same purpose. Mu. A.Mi doubt could have made double as many punishment. In order sey, and Mr. William Gibbina, of Knox-v- l James Bri.den has taken the contract scores if they had only desired for they IhiB court, Judge Sautby IiMd an extra le, spent several daya with Mr. Ed to carry thu mail between this place and had our boys at their mercy from the grand jury summoned, which indicted Wilkinson and wife. Kingarille for :)00 per year. He thinka start go. Six or eight home runs were the men Wednesday, their trinla followIJoylk Nichols:, of Danville, was here ho ran make n living out of the job and made oil of Geer and Embry, but Jones, ing immediately. If the punishment of Tuesday advertising the big lth of July tt ia hoped that he will not be disap- the twirler for thu visitors, waa too much all crime could he as condign and aa sumcelebration gotten up by J. L. Frohinnn, pointed. He will be glad to carry pas- for the home boys and his curves dumb- mary, there would be a great deal leea president of the Hoy le County Cycle Club. sengers or packages to any point on his founded them. Joe Embry umpired a for the courta to do. Unfortunately Mil. J. II. Hacuumin went over to line. such instances are tho exception and very aatiafuctory game. Loxingtcn yesterday to attend the milthey never occur when a human life haa Caiid of Thanks. Mr. O. D. Tnoo(iHT'TWA8N'TLoADED.--Overnear lers' convention, which ia in sossion been taken. and wife desire ua to extend their there. Mra. Haughman accompanied heartfelt thanks to the good people of Wayneaburg the other day Matt I:?lc Baitey, of Boyle, waa brought Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet him met Jack Padgett, also a boy and here yesterday afternoon by Constable will entertain in Stanford who havo by worda and deeds remarked to him: "I am going to shoot T. W. Bailey, charged with breaking in Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock Mies F.v.nnibShankb boon of audi great comfort to them in honor of Misa Olive Woodson, of St. and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. yon," and raising a double barrel abot to the house of Margaret Carter, a Ne They havo truMo., this afternoon and evening their late bereavements. Fortunately there wasn't gro woman, living near Moreianu, anu gnn fired. ly tasted of the bitter cup, but kind and Lidien are expected from to (5 and genmuch powder behind the load and the stealing a coat, a pair of pants and a pair when a score or more loving frienda havo done much towards few abot that struck Padgett did very lit- of ahoea. W. S. Hunter, a German de tlemen at 8 o'clock, asauagiug their great grief. of beautieB will bo on hand to receive. tle harm. In explanation of hia act tective living at Moreland, worked up Wants tore Judob. Squire A. 0. Goodbody said that one barrel waa not the case. Immediately on hia arrival Hev. W. It. l'oTTEn and wife, who Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at were married in Garrard county Wed- Carman, of the Hubble vicinity, will be loaded and it was with that one he tried Judgi Saulley summoned a grand jury registered at the St. Asaph one of the candidatea for county judge to scare him. The explanation waa sat- and Bailey waa indicted. Hon. R. 0. Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. nesday, were Hotel yesterday. Mr. Potter ia pBtorof on the republican ticket. He ia already isfactory and the aflair ended there, but Warren waa appointed to defend him tho KirkBvillo church and his wife ia a "fixing up hia fences" and will give the tho fellow should be tried under the law and hia trial was begun at once and at dauRhter of Mr. William Jonee, of tho othera who want the nomination the prohibiting the pointing of firearms at 4:45 the jury rendered a verdict for five years. Buckeye section. "beat in hia shop." Mr. Carman ia a people. Mies Mary Ohaeteen, who claimed tl at Mrs. It. L. Elkin and Misa Harriet E very clover man indeed and a good farHib Gun. While A Preacher and married to the detho beautiful Delsartean artist, mer, but even thoeo things don't fit a Rav. G. Glascock, 0. Smith waa preaching at Row- she waa engaged to b6 waa present and fendant next month, were over from Lancaster a few evenings man for the ollice of county judge. land Sunday night Craig Camdem came ejaculate every few ainco aud made ub ft delightful call. A in and acted in such a way aa not to meet could be heard to number of our younj; people expected to There is a probability that the fast with the approval of the members and minutes, "Oh I hope they will clear him." attond the entertainment to bo given by Weat bound N. A W. train, which now on the following day Mr. Ben Martin When the verdict waa announced Bhe runs from Washington to Chattanooga, my Godl" MiBB Glascock laat night. swore out a writ charging him with dis- aighed"Oh, The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light Mobbs Collikr and Misa Annie partly over the Southern road, will paaa The grand jury yesterday investigated Mr. Craig eviyesterday this placo and run to Louiaville, instead turbing religioua worehip. found no indictment and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best oi Austin, of Lancaster, returned dently thought the pastor had it done another case, but all from a protracted visit to Mr. Oollier'a of Chattanooga. Master of Trains B. N. and while in Goodrich'a store a few and adjourned. brotheratBethany.Ill. During his ab- Roller tella ua that the matter ia under night'a ago he kicked over the chair Rev. One man has been sentenced to death sence the old gentleman gained about 25 conaideration and he thinka it morothan 8mith was sitting in and tho reverend and 11 to the penitentiary for terms rangpounds of lleah and forgot all about hiB likely the trade with the L. A N. will bo gentleman waa apilled on the lloor. The ing from one year to life and still there's more to follow. rheumatism ho has Buffered with for inado. In tho event it is, the train will latter got up aa mad aa a hornet and Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see atop at tho more important stations on years. 1TA TliMONIA L HA T TERS. after Camden with a drawn knife A. Addams wero on the Knoxvillo Branch. Stanford will started Mr. and Mns. but failed to catch him. This waa a little Rev. John Reeves, presiding elder of We'dneaday'B train en route to Frankfort, then have nine passenger traina daily. more than the preacher could stand and theShelbyville district, and Misa Mae after an extended bridal tour and a short Attempted Suicide. Ligo Coiley, a Bhouldering a shot gun be came to town McCormick were married at Waddy eojourn at tho bride'a Grab Orchard brother of Mra. 0. II. McRoberta, at- and awore out a writ for assault against Wedneaday. daya are And Most Durable Stove Made. home, looking aa happy aa the tempted suicide at Liberty Sunday by the voung nian. The unusual eight of a News cornea from Somerset that W. ia a very fine look inn.. Mr. AddamB shooting himself. The ball entered the preacher carrying a shot gun attracted Reid, familiarly known aa "Rex," waa ing man and they make a very handaome right temple and pawing through the ..nnnlilBrable attention, but when asked A. married a few days ago to a Misa Leigh, couple--. edge of tho Bkull, lodged in tho skin on why he carried it he wbb sufficiently col one of Pulaski county's prettiest girls. S HERD THE MiBa Florence Trukukart will take the top of hia head, He waa Journal joina Mr. Reid's soon at lected to Bay that ho waa merely going Tho Interior in tbia county in congtatu- - Thoroughbred TQ many frienda advantage of the low rates to the Con- himself and expressed much mortificaJfc4MA dhdkWTI squirrel hunting. Camden waa evident atlOnB. mmmmm federate Reunion, at Richmond, Va.,and tion over the act. lie has been in very were telnctcd from Ua beat herd squirrel he wanted and it waa for My Breeder ly the morning for the Old Dominleavea this In the absence of money to build the of this famous breed of iwine In severtl different Bourne with bad health for a long time and that haa innate, no donbt, that he did not crosa new State Reformatory, the ainking States. A splendid lot ot plgi of different age ion She will take Virginia non est and F go to preyed on hia mind till it has made him his path. Oam Jen is now discussing tbe for tale. Bred tows a specialty. Satisfaction her aa far aa Huntington and then eiater, low spirited and tired of life. Mr. Cof- if he appears at hia trial tomorrow morn- fund commissioners areover the Eddy-vill- e guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address advisability of turning her BRONAUGH, Accomac county, Va., to visit n fey is here, where he ataid ing for disturbing religious worship it penitentiary to the trustees of the . Crab Orchard, Le Yotiot, whom the han t iwn lor a longtime. Mrt. institution. will be a surprise to many. girl. nee nbewM a little Ml- ,Y m.K Oai'T. It. D. Looan ia ' '.' fflggjp&fa: jWX $$fJm&ImgmV . . ..' -- X I T it, La-ton- ia I FOR CASH! E. two-day- s' i For tlie Tliirtsr XDas, Crab Orchard. i W. PERKINS,zzzBBmam IzmsffiK s One Year Ago Today EXPENSES CUT $1,000 ! W. W. WITHERS, ! Boa-to- Red-dic- Reduction In Priees first-class - A. C. SINE, Stanford, " " Zy. HH a """" n JUST IBflT YOU NEED: lan, ltich-inon- White Kid Belts, White Kid Gloves, first-rat- 1 "Pyth-ianistu- Ladies' Collars, Ladies' Cuffs, New Wash Goods, Linen Embroidery, Dress Linens, Butter Laces, Val. Laces, trilby Fans. 1 Severance S Son, Salt-mar- ch PENNY'S DRUG STORE Good-bod- y Jo-sep- h, Penny's Drag Sore G. L. PENNY, Executor. in The Insurance. THERE IS NO DANGER. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. BLUK-GUASey Duroc-Jeri- VT TTOfifa well-know- R. H. A4iWs&. --t &- - ,1'mt' 4rt rZ7&ter2fo: 7yncirn;nvw (, fe Ara and Nell Farker gave an entertainment at their home last Friday publlahod Every TuoBday ond Friday evening. AT Mr. Charles Brittain PER Y3CAR IN- ADViVNCK Jonea went to Jollico laBt and Mies Susie S3 week and were ti not so paid S2.SO will be charKed.-married. Mrs. John Sharp, wife of one ol our K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. moat reepected citizens, died at her home TTalnsleave Stanford at 7.10 a. m., and 4:05 in the county last Friday. Big nd 9' " " p. m., returning at 4 tjo Mr. G. M. IJiatt, who has been with The Times for several years, is back after L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. nn absence of several weeks. Wo. M. Train going North.. it 37P m The Annual Union S. S. Convention a m " 3 13 No,. " ..ra 04 p m for Whitley county will meet at Kock- ' South Ko. 13, t 03 p m " " No.ej, holel, Wednesday, July 15th. CRESCENT. QUEEN & Considerable preparation is being Train t put Junction City as follow! : made at several places in our county for ta 07 p ra No 1 North ., .3.4a p m celebrations on the 4th of July. No. 1 South .1.00 p m ii.oa a rn " 4 i " " 3.tJ a ra " " 3? S Messrs. Nelson it Meadows are build 6 00 a m " 10 8.35 pm 9 " ing a large addition to their store build, Note. Not. 4 and s and ,!, and 10 run no fur- traint stop there, ing recently purchased of G. 0. Braes- ker than Junction City. JB-Wh- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna WILLIAMSBURG, M!b8dq WHITLEY CO. FARRIS & Dealer In HARDIN, J. S. OWSLEY, JR A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a candidate tor Ccngress in this, the Kighth District, subject to tht action ol the Democratic yarty. Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Is a candidate for Judge of the Court oi Appeal for this district, subject to the will ol tbe democ racy. Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley lluildmci P- - P- - SAMUEL M. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic party. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subI will from now on drlKer the Stanford factory, Ice regularly every inornlnK. Price 7frni7i JiUill -- Prices to Suit The Times. FULL LINE OF JAMES B. GENTRY ject to Iho action of tho democratic support is earnestly solicittd Is a 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. Your All bills must m nth Any amonnt between candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, sub- politicly loandioo party tie paid th first of each K IIKEMEK. lbs at keen. EMMETT McCORMACK Is acanJldate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to th action of ths democratic party our support is earnestly solicited. SHELBY & SHELBY, Buggies, Carriages and Held. M. POWDER Absolutely Pure.l A cream of tartar baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. LatestUnitcd States Gov ernment Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York. 3DB,. w. b. n FEWxre-- . Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on CARROLL Lancaster Street, at Residence. DOC DRYE UA1LBV. BAILED & DRTTE, Proprietors i. Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. Horses handled under Siddle and In Harness, roadsters and and prepared tor sale. First-clas- s saddlers bought and sold on commission Good hill mile track and best stables in the country. 8 ll charge J. W. COOK, J W. McGlNNIS. paint shop. In charge trimming shop. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Repairing a Specialty. Work ilsne and warranted to gie satisfaction. All work done when promised. All accounts due when work Is de00 livered. Your patronage solicited.; Frof. and Mrs. J. A. Yates left last Saturday morning for his home in Laurel county. They will also visit relatives at Somerset. Misses Flora Moore, of this place, and Maud Tuksley, of Harriman, Tenn., gave a very pleasant entertainment at the Congregational church Monday evening. A large party of our young men spent last week flBhing in the Cumberland at the mouth of Devil Creek. They reported a nice timo, but not many fish. Mr. G.A. Denham was in Oincinna ti a few days last week and he and his daughter, Miss Bessie, left Wednesday morning for Oeorgetown for the K. F. A. meeting. Mr. J. H. Meadows died last Thursday at his home on Jollico Creok, aged about 48 years. Mr. Meadows was one of our best citiz3ns and his death will be a great loss to the community in which he lived. Miss Louise Tutt, who has been visiting her aunt, Miss M. M. Tutt, of this place, left Monday morning for Mound City, 111 , to visit her aunt, Mrs. The young people gave her a very pleasant farewell storm party last Saturday night. We were Borry to disappoint the I. J. last week, but a little daughter came to your correspondent's home just about the time usually occupied on Wednesday writing up the locals sent in, and as one or the other had to be neglected wo neglected our letter. Miss Ella Weeks is at home from Louisville on vocation. Kev. Starling Standi preached at the Baptist church Sunday night. Mrs. S. M. Black, of Madison county, is visiting her brother, Walker Mason. Rev. and Mrs, J. X. Frestidge are taking their summer vacation at Newstead, Ky, They will be n gone about eight weeks. Mr. John and family, of Middlesboro, are here visiting Mr. Wm. Baker's family. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, returned home last Saturday after a visit to relatives here. Mr. Clairville Jenkins went to Louisville last week to have an operation performed for rupture-Hon- . Charles Finley, of Frankfort, is here visiting his parents for a few days. Frof. Gorman Jones and family will spend the summer at their old home in Ohio. Dick-erso- Phaetons Just Recievcd. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of FarmingJImplements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to suit the Times. Call and Sec us. Car-Loa- d F. ELKIN Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, - Kontuckv. Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Vtry Keasonabl Katca. A portion of your patronage is 18 Cm. resprctfully solicited Klrst-Cla- Is a candidate for Asiesior of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. subject to the action tl the democratic paity,and oartustly asks jour support. J. T. JONES, B. K. Are WIAREN. indulged in very freely, but as they who sanctified are above ein, I guess no harm was donn. Sole titoprielor Dean's Illack Diamond Hoot Paint. Kstimales furnished for painting W'oul, And tf the ntw Hats at Mis. Dudderar's Tem- Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction guaranteed. ple ot Kaihton this week. New Legon. new All roots painted with Dean's Illack Diamond I'anamta, all the new Persian effects In Ktowtrs I'amt guaranteed for years. Dcalirsin best Cisand Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Prices tern i'uinps and Galvanised Iron I'lltr-rs- Oalvan-Ize- d Dress maklug done in tne Utcit stvl aud on short and Illack lion Koohng i( all kinds, si t! M U. IHIIULKAK, notice. MKS. KATK DUDDKKAK. Comt Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. One, Come AJJ, -- Uck to TliMr rami fat her. Tho hilverites who want the Americnu Gulii? TO TBE LADIES I I Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. I contains sji acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which Is in grass; well watered, with good improvements, including new metal roof tobacco barn fir 10 acre crop. This farm Is situated in what is pronounced the best district In Kentucky for White Hurley To tacco, Comfottablt residence homo. Farm No, a contains 190 acres Inssrae locality, with brick dwellmir .!ik-in.t Inhirra bsins. One of the best iupiuvcd farma in th county. Iloth farms art in fine state of messivatlon, well watered ond fenced. Cloicto R II. depot, schools, market and on a tine turnpike. For information apply to J N. SAUNDERS, 10 Manford, Ky. The most interesting woman in tbe country today is Mrs. Garret A. llobart. Everybody knows that while Mrs. Mc Kinley literally will be tbe first lady in the land if her husband is elected president, Bhe will be unable to take part in any but tbe quietest ofiiclal social events. The wife of the vice president will be looked to as tbe real active head of otli cial society. She is not too tall, but islof a very desirable height, shapely, with a dignified carriage. She carries her head which is shapely and of good size, very well, end is utterly without afiectation. In uveiy way Bhe looks the thoroughly well proportioned, well developed woman, mentally and physically. New York Sun. new Kind of Turnip. When tho idea that a chejixr measure of values will inako the country richer onco gets hold of a man, it is prvttv hard to drive it out of his mind. It is not so much a matter of knowledge or belief as a blind faith in what mjiuo 0110 s has told him. Facts and lojjic are apanist a dehiMon, but .sometimes an illustration drawn from his own experience ib effective. Suppo-- o that all the farmers who think that free coinage would benefit thiin should learn this spring of a new turnip heed which was guaranteeil to pnxluce roots just twice the .size of those uow grown, but which would L of buch mi inferior quality that it would bo only half us valuable for htook. The new variety would require nioro ground for growing, more fertilizers, mores labor for cultivating and pulling and larger cellars for storing. But as the ftxxl value) of tho nxus wemld be just tho Piuno as a crtip of tho kind now raiseel, where would bo tho advantage of tho bigger quantity? Would not the fanner who tried the uow kind ixxr-c- r to tho extent of tho ewtru land imd labor nswl in their proeluotion? His cat-tl- o would find that they had to eat two buhhels in order to get the samo notir- ibhinont that the'y got from one buhel of tho old kind. Ho exmld not exchange a bushel of them for more than half of tho things that the same calamity of tiio better quality would buy. And ho would withont doubt swear that he would never again wasto timo and labor on roots which wore worthless. Money is monoy. Turnips aro turnips. Doubling tho cniuutiry of money by cuth ting its valuo in two would bo ns as growing a kind of turnips with twico os much water in them. jx iow-erle-1 one-half people to give up tho stable money pros- standard under which they have pered, in order to go back to tho silver dollars of their ancestors are tho kind of men who nro afraid of everything that is new. They are like the boy who went to the mill with a big bag ucrms his horse's back. In one end of the bag was two biibhels of cvru and in tho other end a big stone. When the miller asked the boy why he did not divide tho corn and put half of it on each side of the horo the bright youth replied. "Father and grandfather alius took their corn to mill I ain't no better than them. What was good enough for grandfather is good enough for 1110." The idea that tjccaiiM) tho men who uvenl in this country 100 years ago adopted a freo coinage law we should bo Katistlccl with the same system, is not Miittl to progressive, go ahead Americans. Tho latter want the very N'ct of every thing and just as koii as a letter way of doing things is eliseovoroel, tho old way is clroptvd and the new taken uj. The question as to what was the liost money syMom 100 years ago has nothing )ii earth to do with the practical affairs of today. To talk of going back to fiw Hilvermerely beciiUieit was nn old system is on a level with trying to establish a monarchy in this country bevauso wo were once ruled by the Brit-iskings. When tho jMtjplo got tired of kings they kicked thctu out and established tho republic. When they got tire.il of trying to use the double standaril they made gold tho unit of value, and thej-- intend to keep iL Out of date sys tems don t count for .much with lne Americans. this-a-wah am back from the cities with everything that A visit is new and pretty in the Millinery line to my store will convince you that this stock Is most complete. th. Elegant lint Linens and Embroidery Material, MISSL1CC1K IIKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky !.r,. STOTICE ! All persons desiring Locust I'osts for plank fence, post and railing or wiie lints, can find what thrv want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also keep always on hand a good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building purposes, alsa boards and shingles All persons desiring any article of this kind can call on me at my store i.ear Cedar Creek W. S. BUHCH, Stanford, House Junei6, jnf G W sjNoLKTtiN. Attornoy at Law, - - MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FAKMS In Lincoln county, Ky , at 6 per cent , semi an nual inieicst: no commission charged. Address C'.KO W. DAW. Room 17, Kenyan lluilding, Ky. For blank applications and fur ther Information, Inquire ol J N Saunders, Attorney, Stanford, Ky. 1 Kentucky. Olhcton I.ancaitcr Street, opposite tht Court Collections receive especial attention. 0$ A JUNE BUG! Lump Coal. St. Asaph Carriage Co., I20 Tons Falls Branch Stanford, Horsc-Shcciug Ky. All kinds of Carriagt, liugjv and Wagon Making and Repairing dune. Vehicles worked over and made good as new A 11 Kinley has charge ol the painting department and guaiantecs bis a specialty ant lor cash onwork ly Accounts due 1st of each month 1$ 6m J II MKKSIION, 1 II GltKKR. A. II. KINLLY Now is veur chance We need the money invested and will sell this amount ol Coal at cost for the caih during the mouth of June, only Lay In your orders quick NOEL A hON. THE RiLEY HOUSE ana FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK.STANFORD. KY. P. B. BILBY. Proprietor, London. - - - Kontuckv. accoiirnodatt) th. public ood Livery attached and tvtry convenience de irad. Give mt a call. I have moved to ray Capital Stock Surplus $100,000 ntw Hoitl and b4li 23,700 m r 1 Hayden Reynolds lost a very valuable mule. Born, to the wife of Mr. Craig HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. on the 2d, a girl, and we are glad Gooch to say the proud father is doing nicely Otters his services o the people ol West and Casey Counties. Full stock or Coffins There was a good crowd at the birth and Caskets always on hand. 95 D.S. Carpenter, Manager. day dinner given the little son of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Singleton Sunday and evCALL ONery one seemed to enjoy himself hugely. Matt. Goodbody was arrested by Wililam Gooch on a writ charging him with maliciously shooting at Jack PadgSTANFORD, KY. ett and was tried before Squire Faulkner cents. Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only For u&ggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Monday, when he was acquitted. License Checks. Ker all kinds, Hadces. D02 A great many understand tbe silver Ring. Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and general repairing. Shop over M. 1. Elmoie's store, question about as well aB a man in this S6 tjtanfbrd, Ky. county, who was heard to say that he was for free silver, teeth and toe nails, 0T. for then hu could get $10 in silver for f 1 in gold. & We do not know for cettain who . Kentucky. will teach our school, but learned that obwork In every particu- Miss Eva Caldwell is preferred if she Guarantees lar. Trices reasonable. Has had 13 years' tains the necessary certificate. Mr. T. 9' 3 II. Singleton haa been employed to teach the Ellison school. San Francisco. Portland. Mrs. Ellison Padgett is still very ..To the low. Mr. James Bryant is teaching a singing class at Ellison. J. M. and M G, Reynolds went over to Stanford last Via The., week. Mr. 0. C. Gooch is improving slowly and is able to go to see his girl. Mr. W. S. Gooch returned yesterday from the State of Casey, where he has )TlouiSvmt MtwAiBATCHlCACnTiu(a been doing picture work. He also had Borne samples of books with him, with On.y.Dm.Dg Car Route From which he dia bo well that he is thinking of dropping the picture business and following the book agency business alone. Ellison McMullen and Dennis Adams got into an altercation at Sam Elegant Pullman Vestibultd saw mill Saturday, when the Sleeper of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address former knocked the latter on tbe drivrRANKU. RKID, ing belt and it carried him to the drive f B. H.P.BACON D. A. G. P. Agent, (. Louisville wheel and around it, as the mill was Chicago. Be sura to call for running, causing tbe wheel to burst and MononJRoute. roof, bruising St Paul. throwupAdams against the split his shoes Denver. considerably. It bim open and threw one of them 20 yards. Adams is in a dangerous condition. Before the trial of young Goodbody Monday, Jack Padgett and W. H. Gooch J. r. BARKER, Proprietor, had a few unpleasant words. Knives - and scantlings were drawn and it is said Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dar. that tbe timely interference of A. G. Faulkner and William Gooch averted Beaaedeled and refurnished tkrouihout. Lug the spilling of much blood. Language asUCeasmodlous Sample Rooms. KaJU aad offics) conajcttd by Electric Bells. unbecoming any sanctified person was tervice to guests. rmun.inrl polite Lin-co- J. : T. STXTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, : WAYXICSIIUJIG. How It Looka Aliroutl. Hauihlctou & Co. of Haltiuiorv, in their weekly letter of May HO, otre-- the following explanation of why capital is s being withdrawn from business r FRANK RILEY, enter-urine- : J. 0. McWhortor, UNDERTAKER, Crab Orchard, la - F. G. BRADY, : fexd-ib- risk of getting lmck only fiO cents for ei'iy dollar til ready mi invested, would wo not only not buy JJr'Uch and perfect safely to depositors. Ihis institution, oriemallv cstabllahul th. Deposit Hank or Stanford la 1858, then wo would not act as they havo acted. issd aa the National Hank of Stanford in 1805 and again Would wo buy liritish MVtinties or inthe First National llsak ol unintervest 111 British industries and enterpriHei Wishes to thank his Iriends and neiKhhors for Stantord in iSSt, has had practically an supplied rupted eiistcoceof is years, Ills better their patronage and respectfully asks to now if we thought there was danger of cnir membered la tbe future. Mr Granville bo re- ly with ladlities for transacting business prompt Haley and liberally being paid in currency worth only half will be tound ready to serve you at anr time. A honorable carter.than ever before In its long and Accounts of coiporaUons. fidunice line ol Ciskel., Collins, Robes, Ac , to as much as the money which we loaned? ciaries, firms and individuals rttpectlully sotie- from always on hand u jin SupjMMotir linancial journals and news-pillar- s Tht Directory ol this Hank is composed ol generally Mionld daily warn us M.S. IJaiv.hmsn J. W. llACCIIMAh. Korestus Iteid, Lincoln county; ing our money in Kng-laungniuit invest S, T Harris, Lincoln, and imimate that we 11111 a great J. Is. Coltiei, Lincoln; in the plaeo of "Lot us put our Kuropoun credit urn and consider if our-elv- es Amotion of tht public it invited to the far thai this is th. only National llsak in StanforJ Under the provisions of tht National Hank art ttcurtd not nnly by th. capital slock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors el this Institution art secured by a fund of 400,000. rivt sworn ttatemtats of th.conduion of baah arttuadt.achycarto the United Staltt tht d its assets at eiamtntd ai slalsd time by government agtnU, thus secunng addititoaa govtrsv-mtntanta Kontucky. d M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- raoraiETOKS- J. but would we not, brfore the threatened diMihtcr came, draw homo every dollar This is what Kuropo LIVEHY, FEED & SALE W. Haydtn.Stanfoid; S, II. Haughtnan,, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; A. AYERS, First-Clas- Bricklayer s Stonecutter expe-fenc- Stanford, e. NOITEWEST wHWIUi.ili.1 -- XOTTXSiriI.X.E TO CHICAGO. Draw-bridg- e's we could obtain? has been doing in regard to tho United States for live years past, The Monon Route, which has "Kver since the pannage of tho Slier-man been selected as the official line to silver act of IH'JO Knropo has tho danger, sold our Mjcunties unci Chicago by the Watterson Club, offers to all desiring to attend the tvithdrawu capital from this country. resulted off hunNat. Democratic Convention the This has millions in our paying what wo of dollars of dreds of same rate made to the Club, viz : owed HurotH.', and wo are at least to this S8.00, being one fare for round-tr- ip extent the gamer. But wo cannot afford from Louisville. Tickets will to bo iudciHMidcut of tho Eunteaii mar be sold July 3 to C inclusive, good kets and European capital, and wo cannot enjoy full until returning till July 12, if the Con- other countriesprosperitywouro wo satisfy fully conwhat vention is then adjourned, but in vinced of that freo silver coinage ia a any event till one day after the ad- dead issue, ami that every dollar of our All trains of the Mo- currency and every other obligation journment. non Route start from Union Sta evill bo maintained on a parity with tion, 10th & Broadway, at Louis- gold." What I).1)U Aro 1'nld With. ville, arriving at Dearborn Station, Our Populist brethren Hay thero isn't which is in the heart of Chicago, and but five minutes ride from the gold enough in existence) to pay what Vu don't pay debta vo Coliseum, where the Convention Wo owe. gold as measuro ofwith gold. services, a uho will be held. For full particulars and wo pay debts with our cotton and or circular of arrangements made imr wheat and our corn and our cattlo for representatives of Ky. by the Hid our manufactured proelucts. Bol- n foro-see- NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. STABLE, Kontucky. Stanford, first-cla- ss J. for rates. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our atablt. See us our W. A.Trlbble, Staafotd, M. O. Klmorc, Stanford; T. I'. Hill. Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky ti. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Asst.Cashitr 'In BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-clas- s prices, iiy work and sallfactory our norse snoer. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Or STANFORD, KY., It now fully.organiscd and ready for business with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, m. W. jomrsoir, se Surplus, 20,000. Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can write you all tbe most favorable plans ot lnur ance. He aiso represents the old reliablo Central Tobacco Warehouse) of Louisville, Ky., and will be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. WiU be ready to cooler all the favors that can 3 given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advancements made on consignments, both in the wire-houand country, I will be at btanford every court day. Paities wanting hogsheads, priiui or money should address me at l'alut Lick. Ky. Prompt attention guaranteed. 09 6m Superior Plumbing! s BARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. Somerset, tbo Nebraska Lumber Co. let go, killing Uctrlc BltUre ti tou need. Health eve0 men outright and fatally injuring! land Strength are the medicine, by its guaranteed uit. Onlv I 30 cents a botue at W. il. McRoberU' Drug tnree omen. Store. . Bf a work m in of Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem-d- y J J. Williams, ML Vernon; ' especially valuable for croup and whooping . H. Shanks, Htanford; cough. It will give prompt relief, and is safe and A HouBohold Troaauro. pleasant. We have sold it for several years, and J.S.Owlcy, SUnlord; D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., says that it has never failed to give the most perfect satisS.J, Kmbry, Stanford; he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In the faction. G. W. Richards, Duquesne, Pa. houae, and his family would not be without it, If J. B. Owsley, Stanford; For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Closets, Frost-Proo- f Odorless procurable, G. A. Dykeman Druggist, CatskiU, s J. F Cash, Stanford; N. Y., says that Dr. Ktng'a New Discovery is Pipes, PorWilliam Gooch,, Stanford; undoubtedly the boat Cougn remedy; that he has Old You Ever. used it in hla family fox eight yeau, and it has A. W. Carptattr, MlUedftvUle, celain Tubs Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your trou neve, failed to do all that la claim ed for it. Why W.'H.lCumminjPraachera lilt not try a remedy so lone tried and tasted. Trial blest Knot, get a botll. now and get rtUef. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO 8, U. ShanksPresldent, bottle free at W. IV McRoberta' Drug Store. This mtdiclne has been found to be peculiarly A specialty. adapted to the relief and cure of all Keraalt Com Regular sire foe. aud Ji. NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out DrJ.'B. OwsJ.y.lCaskiar, plaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence in W, M. Bright, Teller. ol tbe Stale. Ask your Danville TeZM, tbe boiler Ot nav.losa olAppttltt, Constipation, Headache! At Woodvllle, friends about my work. Watterson Club, address E. H. BACON, D.P.A., Louisville, Ky. on (Tix.) Journal. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL, , UANK OK STANf-ORDNow closing up) with the same assets and undti the same management. By provisions of its chaiier, depositora are ai fully protected aaai. depositors in Natioaa) Banks, its sharcholdera being held Individual, Uaolctothe eitcnl of th amount of their stock therein at the par value therool, in addition to the amount invested in auch shares. It may acta eatcutor. adininiatrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bultiness to tu while ranagiuif the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thank and trust they will continue to transact their busineat with us, offering aa a guarantee for prompt attta-lio- n to tame, our twenty yean' experience la banking and as libtral accommodations as are nt with sound banking. coa-sitie- 14 V EARS EXPERIENCE Water Water Bath . IfflffflVor T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. court trade lHUEtO. for cash or In my lor dayaatSualordorat heme leather on a Ottaev