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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898031501 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 1898 $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. tv mcr t li SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI I. CHURCH INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, LI ARCH LANCASTER, 15. 1S9S. NO. 3 CHAnEB. WALTERFORRESTER, NEWS 1H THE VICINAGE. Uncle Jou Hopper's rerlvul tit Richmond closed with 22 additions. Just as Rev. (Ji'orjrc Brown, of S. C. was completing Ills discourse lio full dund of liu.irt disease. Rev. Sutmiul Wesley Ba9ham, njud 10, and a plonuur minister of thu Christian ohuroh, died last wook at Cnnoy- vlllo. The American l'onod Society lssuod u request that prayers be ffero J Ui all churchon that thu nation bo delivered from war. Tlio president has signed thu bill $233,000 to thu M. E. Church South, for property destroyed at Nashville during the war. The people of the Ml. Morlnh neighborhood have decided to build a nice new church and iu our next paper will advertise for bids to construct it. A ennclitlcntlon rovlval at Ctirrinvlllo Iifi4 tiiunt l.iil Itl fi o. , ; i U'fir fkitVrt- - A. Tf. i Hays, of Owensboro, and II. Cannon, of Hell county, conducted it and Mrs. El tVUIUIVII t.lflllUII 111 IjOUUllltJW II. IJUllllT lis lWull became temporarily dement-e- l unaoio 10 give a oonu lor si on, lie was' jail. from excitement. So the citizens sent to The passage of the bill by tho Legiscompelled a discontinuance of the seri C ?"V S3 " " O Tm Cl3 lc cU'C-i-r lature prohibiting tho sale of clgarotles vices. . , .1 , C Thu pastors at Mlddlcslwro, includ- moots tho hearty approval of the people sec: ing Hev. S. M. Logan, have issued a In this suction and they say that If that circular, calling on the people to pray Is the only law that can be enforced, the . c i.Srv.rtc. Jor dellvernncu from the smalNo.v Legislature has rendered good service 1 plague. Their statement that possibly to the people. C - ' a ,vc J W W m W f w i "year I agree with tho Intkiuou Jol'HN'ai. thu plague Is upon them for their own l i -a. - . vi r M . C '.CCC - U t C w W good, will hardly be accepted by those on tho suggestion that gardens should d thal 8 ouUlt lo nu"eI1 SVvlw-'-a not be planted In this climate before who catch the disease. a vote Goebel had his for.., Rev. F. L. Creech writes as follows April 15th, whon thu soil is ready. n....).i , and will publish a paper there tnow.dl in i.H.i.1. iimn-in- n 0. Walter Saunders Illatt, eon of the from Mlddlcburg: There appeared some plant about that time and have a bolter go to Congress. He would make a Woweeks ago a statement In your paper garden than my neighbors, who plant nderful debater there and do much to late Hiram Hiatt, of this county. Is unMint I said from my pulpit that if all in cold soil, as some are doing now. lift that body out of Its present condi- der arrest in Jessamine for failure to :10 obey orders. He is one of the soldier A Carrollion paper nominates J. R. thu lying, tattling tongues in Willow tion of oratorical poverty. :m Spring church worooutout.lhore would Mount, representative from LaGrange, The republicans did not tako much guards. i Method-l-Milt J. Crawford bought of the Odd who Is well known In Lincoln and Gar- Interest in the proceedings not b enough left to slug thu J this sesdo.xology. That statement In false rard counties, for Senator from that sion. Tho blight of Hunter. Todd and Fellows a 25 foot lot fronting on the " i and as some are making capital of It district. That, paper reminds mo of Taylor seems to have cast a gloom over public square for $1,250 and will build :) i y a handsome brick, says the to dNgrace the church I would be glad my old pajHjr. which was Ilrst to nomi- the parly. 'V If you would correct It In your next nate G rover Cleveland for president, There wore more clever fellows and Somerset Reporter. Fifty shots were exchanged at East issue. The man who gave you thu except that It nominated a better dem- more bad legislation, in this LegislaMy Heady Made Stock will contain the choice things of the season : Jelllco mines between guards and mistatement was certainly misinformed ocrat than my apor did. I have ever seen. nnd I will be nbleto fiHiish suits in Men's Sizes from S3 to $15. A ture, than I ners, who were trying to escape from On Friday night John Kersey, colorlanguage I used was of very diffor thu I purely Thu State will be grateful lo the masmall-poquarantine. ed, tired a load of leaden slugs into jority for not disturbing There is ferent nature. the status quo the only one case there, but much exciteHev. Frank V. Allen preached at Henry Huaxluy, a prominent colored of the assistant adjutant general. ment prevails. M the Christian ohurch Sunday morning man, one of them penetrating the right WALTKK FOHIlllSTKH. I lev. James B. Seay. postmaster and merMr. Allen will lung nnd indicting a wound that is and evening. i chant nt Atoka, this county, has assignpreach one more sermon before leaving thought to be fatal. The weapon used MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Boys' Suits from 7oc to S7.50. ed, for the benefit of his creditors, to here. He will move to Kentucky, his was an old musket. Kersey was drunk, A pair of blind lovers eloped to St. his brother, W. .till We will miss him horo but could not be found that night, alf inner home. The liabiliUi Tailor-Mad- e ties are about 5(5,800. with assets In real he Is a forcible speaker and a brainy though thu shooting wns done about 7 Louis and wore married. in : John Savage, aged 22, was married estate, goods, etc., to the amount of man. We wish him success and hap- oVlook On Saturday morning ho came :) home. Columbia In and surrendered to Jailer Hoss. at Sandusky, O., to Miss Mary Howell, about $0,000. Advocate. piness In his now-olFlro at Lebanon burned the furni'V Fit guaranteed or no sale. Men's Suits from HO to ?30 Knee Pants S5 Mo., Herald, March 1. It Is under- Judge Burnsidc held an examining 50.Unrequltled love caused a man at his Hist ser- trial, in which thu defence Introduced of Creel, Stallard stood that he will preach Pittsburg to kill his sweetheart and ture establishment Suits to measure. Sr Robey, the grocery mon here April 3. The proKjrty for- no evidence and held him In a bond of then himself. "tores of J. & D. W. Edmonds and Richard Davis, the merly occupied by J. W. Hnyden on ?500 In default of which ho was tent to Walter Waddlo and Miss Jennie Lgan Ave. has been rented for him. jail to await the action of the grand jury Tate, two popular Somerset people, Lebanon steam laundry, and A. W. England's blacksmith shop. The total One of the most glorious revivals this week. The testimony revealed the were married last week. 11 I joss is SH.000. I ever held in Hartford Is the one now in fact that Boazloy was only advising fl: want yet to wear knee pants suits and can't find them in rfady-niad- e Who A Morrlstown, O.innn has sued for . The lovy for 1S93 was fixed at 50 progruss at the Methodist church con- him to keep qutet and put his gun divorce because his wife quarrels goods now have an opportunity never otlered them. I am now at cents on tho $100, the limit allowed by ducted by Hev. Honjamln Helm, of away. taking measures and making short pants suits for 5 and long pants him when he tries to sleep. In view of the numerous bills that the statutes, and Is distributed as folStanford. The meeting has been In suits for JO. Look nt our samples. . Convict Banker Spauldlng's wife, In lows: . Ordinary v county purposes. Sets; progress over two weoks and more than have been vetoed, on the grounds of Chicago, got a divorce m tive minutes maintenance of pikes, 25c: poor GO souls have been converted, ancllllod being unconstitutional, and considerfund, 7 after tiling a cross bill to herhusbund's cents: road and bridge fund, 10 cents, SI, 000 per day elllL or reclaimed. Hro. Helm Is a preacher ing thu fact that It i1 Is evident that to run the legislative machinery, I suglast year's levy was 40 cents. Harrods-burof groat power and it James G. Blaine, son of the late Democrat. the Spirit of God Is upon htm. He Is a gest that many thousands of dollars statesman, is to marry Miss Kuhne Mrs. Rosalind Nesbltt will shortly of most engaging and affectionate could be saved by making it tho duty Bcveridge, who Is pretty good to take, man move to her father's J. S. Roppert, personality, with a voice of inlinlte of the governor or the chief justice to judging from reports. love and tenderness, and his prosontn-tlo- examine all bills when Ilrst offered and Mober-ly- , near Orlando, while Mr. Xesbltt will R. K. Moberly, postmaster at of gospel truths le both convincing notify the Legislature when they are of and Miss Bessie Broaddus, of Mad- be engaged in the stave business In and edifying, lllled with that sublime such a character , not to be enforced ison, wore married Thuisday. The Southern Virginia. Mt. Vernon regrets to lose this excellent lady. She faith that takes hold upon the eternal should thoy become laws. In fact It bride used to go to college here. would pay to elect a good lawyer, such has done much In advancing the inpromises of God. Herald. W. A. Hortou, a bachelor of 40, and as Judge M. C. Saulloy, Col. R. l Jac- Mrs. Mollie B. Mitchell, a widow the terests of this commuuitv. She has SOUN DSLl K 13 W A R. obs, or Hon. J. W. Alcorn, and give same age, obtained license last week always been found In the front ranks of Capt. Gronmeyer, of the German him a salary of 5,000 a year to meet and will be married at her home near tho temperance workers and all good causes, and Is a toacher of exceptional steamship Castllia, say that Woylcr witli the Legislature and inform that Waynesburg Honorable Body when a prttoscd law sublies when he denies that there are E. T. Frank, a singer in an opera com- ability. Signal. In a fit of jealousy, Leo Vanni-sdalCapt. would be unconstitutional. Such a man pany, fell iu love with Mrs. Mattle marine mines in Havana harbor. says that he himself saw would have saved the Commonwealth Scott, of New Castle at sight and re- murdered Mary Harris, his sweetheart, Gronmeyer mines placed In thu harbor two years about $20,000 this session ami other signing from the company sought her in Louisville. Having no means of escape, when cornered by a policeman, ' ago under the supervision of the Span- needed laws could have been enacted. iu marriage and won. The proH)sod refuroo would sustain the ish authorities. Mr. Walter Lucas, 20, of Marlon, and he cut his throat and died almost ini? same relation to tho Legislature that Miss Lorlda Estes, 1!, of this county, stantly. VanArsdale was a son of the ' Two cruisers of 5,000 tons each and designed to make 22 knots an hours are the Commonwealth's Attorney does to were married here yesterday by Judge late Isaac VanArsdale, of Parksville, s for the grand jury and much useless work James P. Bailey. The bride is a little and his remains wero taken there fori building In American was! Our government secured an would be omitted. ' Japan. beauty and if the judge didn't kiss her Interment. Though the woman On Thursday Mr. E. W. Han Is re one of bad repute and ugly besides, option on them and in the event of war it wasn't his fault. ceived a telegram announcing the seriwill buy them. Miss Lou Ashley, of Spiingtleld, 111., VanArsdale became thoroughly Iufat- ' ous Illness of his brother, Capt. Sam and when she told him Atlanta was excited Sunday night dreamed she was married to a young uated with her over a report that every railroad reach- B. Harris, of Louisville, mwho died of man who had boon very devoted to her. she preferred another, he resolved to 9 ing Atlanta had received orders from urea in ie poison before his brother Whon she realized that it was "all a kill her. He was employed In tho L. .N: Washington to hold every available reached tho city. Tho romalns were dream" she took morphine with suicid- X. machine shops in Louisville. A lire thought to be of incendiary bit of rolling stock In readiness for In- brought here on Friday and Interred In al intent. Doctors saved her. origin, broke out In Ryan's livery staLancaster Ccmetory on Saturday In the stant service. Rev. George S. Savage, who for 1(2 The anchorage of the Montgomery presence of many friends and relatives, years has been superintendent of the ble in Monticello Thursday night In Have tho most upproved The In Havana harbor is at a place selected among whom wero Mrs. Hunter Irvine, American Bible Society in Kentucky which 10 horses were burned. by Capt. Slgsbee. He stated firmly that his niece, and S. U. Harris, Jr., a and Teunesseo, celebrated his golden other buildings burned and the- losses $15,000; $5,000 inthe place originally selected by the nophew, both of Loulsvlllo, W. n. wedding with his third wife at Win- are: Court-house surance; Harris, of Carlisle, and a delegation $150; Monticello otllclals was not satisfactory. harbor chester Saturday. The old gentleman Banking Company, $1,000; 4 J. Tugglo & consist- is Sunday was quiet ul Washington, from tho Louisville and has been a preacher for Son, $1,000; J. Berry & Son, $2,000; II. though department olllcers held sever- ing of Postmaster T. II. Baker nnd sev- 03 years. And Host Lino of Perfumes. Soups and Toilet Articles on tho Murket. clerks, who James Metcalfe, son of tho general II. Hennlger, $200; William Phillips, al consultations on matters regarding eral railway and $4,000; Rankin preparations for the national defense. brought a beautiful Moral offering, rep- superintendent of the L. & N. and an- $250: W. F. government has placed an order resenting a pillow, upon which tho other young man, Charles Emory Bros. & Co., $:!00; Hardin & Ingram, The were Woods, fought over a young lady, with $1,000; B. F. Coffey, $1,000; J. M. Kern, for 100 tons of powder and 200 tons of words, "Louisville beautifully impressed. Funeral ser- tho understanding that tho one who 500; M. D. Hardin, $1,100; Oatts Bros., cartridges with an Indiana firm. Orders have been Issued for manning vices were conducted at the gravo by won, should have her. Metcalfo won $200; Josh Oatts, $200; T. fi. Spradlin, tho new fortifications on the Atlantic Elder Gowen and Hev. Faulconer. on a foul and Woods withdrew his $850; M. N. Bates, $250: R. M. Chesney, $050 and Bates Bros., 6200. Deceased was born In this countv 59 claims to her. coast from Boston to Galveston. Most of the county records wero savHolland s'ubmarlno boat was years ago, was never married, was a The Tho Somerset Paragon says that another trial and remained at a mciuuer ui iuu iviirisuun cnurcii, a Dick Gray and a MUs Taylor camo to ed. Circuit court Is now being held in given highly worthy and honorable cltizon town from Science Hill to get married, tho Christian church. Thomas Alexdepth of 11 feet for half an hour. In England It is not believed that and was above tho average man in but as tho girl wus only 10, they could ander fell from the Coffev House and wur between. Spain nnd the United. mental vigor and culture. He was sup- not secure license. Worried at this was seriously, If not fatally injured. BUUXSIOK, March III. The latest inerintendent of mails In Louisville for they and later States can bo averted. v The war department Is arranging to about 25 years and had tho distinction wero both got maudlin drunkwhore they formation from Moutlcollo by found on tho roadsldo, is that a man by the name of 0 of being tho first mall agent appointed buy enough modern rllles to arm hail been dumped from their buggy. how you can o' tain one of theso Uasters freo of Hollers set the fire. He mado threats Call at niv store and we will explain In Kentucky under President Lincoln men if neeesaary. is revolve 1 through tho juliru while cooking. roast Moro than 1,000,000 acres of land In that afternoon that tho town would clmgo Tho Tho battleship Oregon has been as- In 1801, which ho held until 180U, whon ho was promote! to tho office of super- Arizona have sold for less than half a burn that night. Hollers is under ar signed to patrol duty along the South rest. Excitement is high. V. R. C. intendent. cout au aero. era Pacille coast. s, x cS-w n, Dr. S. O'N'unl Is oh tliu sick lUt, hiivlntr suffered considerably for sovor-ti- l days. E G. Brown, thu popular young dry jroods salesman, has accepted a poil- tlou in J. M. Logan's storo. A little daughter of Mr. Jamos WIN mot fell from a horse, which she and two others wore riding, nnd Is now suf. ferlng of a fractured arm. Isaiah Cumley sold 7.1 ncres of land near Lowell to W. .1. Oalllspie at S2.1 per acre and 120 acres to .1. ,M. Mead- ors, of Whitley county, for $2,500. Whlttakor, charged with the murder of John Grady, waived a preliminary trial on Saturday and was sent to jail to await the action of the trrand jury this week. Howard Wllmore, colored, was tried before Judge Burnsidc on Saturday charged with breaking into a trunk and '"kmcW and a watch, belonging to a J. M. Patterson was appointed post' master at Acalton, Jessamine county, FltANKl'oitT, March 11, 1MJ3. I nevThe London Echo says that Smiler saw such a scramble for law suits as ing" Dave Jackson has a new v there has been toward thu close of this son. session of the General Assembly. Maj. L. M. Dryo will be made deputy patriots strugThere wore collector under Sapp, with otllce at gling for the privilege of getting Into Chancery over the Prison Commission-ershlp- : Lebanon. Thu there was tho Dispatch working S2.'12.55 auditor has Instituted suit for against the sheriff of Rockcas- (!) like a beaver for a chance to litigate tle for delinquent taxes. with the Associated Press: and last but Lee Gill, aged 12, of Eu,t Bernstadt. not least the whole democratic party a blue-eyecurly haired boy, is in jail hunting trouble over the proposition at Covington for moonshlnlng. to put the elections In the hands of my The court-hous- e at London caught :!: saturnine friend, Goobel, whom henceIn tho Ud story, but It was extinforth the Irreverent roosiors of the op- lire f.1 guished before damage Takes His Usual Cracks at Shams and Frauds, i 20-od- I' I 1 WHEN THEi LADIES COME To t....: ei...., for !..... .,..!..,.. we will appreciate It if they will along sizes lor tne wuoie inuilly. All will need I '. i i, ,1, M d SPRING SHOES We carry Shoes to suit every body, in Style, Price, Ac. and IJlack. Our Lines of ! Co'.or: Tan .: V ZEaia-t- s d, Are f omplete. And XJ3nid.er7-ea-nnd r 3cc, is CSfTrunks Vnlhcs."3a Thnt Court do something on the 22nd. going to i v V- -. CA LOWELL & LAMIER, The Lead ngShoc and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. 1 Kentucky tains. The county court has Imposed V. lines lire models of fairness. It would not do since Feb. 2, amounting to $1,112.50, any good to have anything unfair In those elections because Congress could mostly for whisky selling and gambling. London Echo. unseat any impro)erly returned mem-burCounty Judge Neal.of Bell, made au and then this would arouse hostile allowance of 81,000 for the benefit of feeling against the democratic State small-povictims confined in the pest ticket next year. And so I am feeling houses at Middlosboro. protty siiro that the Goebel bill If not A. S. Rider, manager of the Southorn interfered with by the courts will be Manufacturing & Lumber Co, of Cor-bigiven a very attractive trial next fall. had all the toes of one foot cut off Thlil'O tll'Viir IVJI II llfli.,' lliuull limn w wrklng ljs mill. that of Senator Bronston on the Goebel L . S. Rexroat. who edited tho Liber- hill. Tin. r.,.vln.rt,H, s..nni.. reputation right there, but It did noti t.V Tribune for several years, has Congressional election- - In ! much wasdone. Congressman Colson has applied to Gnohcl." I have an Idea that the democratic the government authorities for aid in small-po- x In the mounmanagers will see to It that the next eradicating tho position press will dub, '"Force Bill , :::::- - m " M .' -- rr- xf- V GLOBE SPECIAL DISPATCH. :ur hir.ssirr,! -. i m-.-u-A- iiccu W 1 ,,i J J m WW i W f raov-chan- W S. 1 cct. T . I .,- t -- J a !' two-stor- Clothing! 1 i I x 1 An All I I v Wool Suit $5, Goods to Measure, ay. '!' d I '- I The Overgrown Boys I H. I v f co-.- u J. McROBERTS. ft m g n a-- to-da- e ' -' nnvy-yard- I Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig cker - e, post-olllc- post-olllc- e, S0-od- d FACE : LOTONS, post-olllc- e Fall-child- , l'ost-Olliee- ," tele-pho- no The Cylinder Basting' and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. M i 500,-00- MARK HARDIN. tt&fyjt-lkimfmm- i ! W.wi !. HinWAgMfcfc Afrj'ti.-- - '. ,t k. 4A J v -.- - yg-- 'nfawyjuy H J. W. Allen sold yesterday eight Both House passed the railroad felAgrilu low servant's bill, but Gov. Bradley yearlings at $22.50. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ben measure J. W. Baughman sold to B. G. Fox & will hardly let Rico a mulo for $50. come n law. G. W. Jones, of Pulaski, sold Tho House passed tho Senate bill Stanford. Kv.. Mar 15. iSgS to relieve circuit clerks from paying yearlings yesterday at$17'to $24. Scott McGulro and E. T. Pence sold back the $.1 retained in criminal cases, 30 two and heifers yes and it will not be vetoed. WALTON. W. P. The House bill requiring the ap- terduy ot $18 31. pointment of one female physician at Lyon & Allen sold to Emmett . 3.1 steers at $33.50 and to M. each State asylum was passed, by the Displaying the Richest and mot Myllsh crentions of now J. Farris three at $12 50. Senate, the vote being 2ii to I. J. C. Coultor & Co., of Casey, sold Mr. North's bill to appropriate 8.100 ONK of the worst of the many bad to mark and preserve the graves of the yesterday 40 heifers at 3jc and acts ot the Legislature that fortunateConfederate soldiers who were slain at IJc for a bunch of steer calves. ly Is now in Its last throes, was the Yearling red heifer came about Oct I'erryvlllo, passed the House "ft to 1. complete evisceration of the Martin The new orison commissioners met 1. Ownor can got by paying feed bill mob law, by the icpeal of the clause and drew lots for the respective terms, and this notice. Geo. Brown. Bee Llok. Everyday nilds huauty and elegance to our departments and ourSteo' look mote requiring county judges to furnish Conrad Hlatt, of Rockcastle, sold the result being as follow: Fonnoll, probable results. inviting than over before. guards for threatened property to be and yesterday to J. C. Slier a bunch of steer six years: Richardson, four years paid for by the county. The object of calvos at ,1c. flo sold a few helfoi s at SOMK of tho republican newspapers, George two years. the original law was to make the peo notably the Somerset Paragon are A caucus was to have been held last K..'t0. ple responsible for the acts of tho-kicking because Assistant Adjutant night to nominate election commisW. II. Murphy will stand a tine who dostroy property and by It create General Walters. Forrester speaks his sioners. W. T. Kills, young stallion Lincoln King this a sentiment against lawlessness, but mind on republican shams and fraud of Owensboro, Is sure of u place. Judgo year. Ho Is by King Chester and out even this small hope has been taken but the kicks like those told of In Iloly Pryor says he will not accept the olllco of a mare by Silver King. Ills full away and those who pay taxes for the y,.jti wm be worse than against the if elected. pedigree will appear In this paper. law's protection will also have to la J' ' pricks. Forrester Is a bold, bad man, Tho Frailer pure food bill, which J. M. Roberts, who was hero from for their own protection. Gov. Drad-- gjven t0 calling? a spado a spade and was adopted as a substitute for that of Pulaski with cattle yesterday, tells u? ley's veto of the bill Is unanswerable .hootw at anv exposed place In the Mr. Chlnn, la a scarcely loss objection- that they are very scarce in the mounWe have done wonders for thousands of people. In llie past, who have '..ikon d and tho body did not try to do so. armor of his party, which unlike most able measure and will doubtless catch tains and that he had to "scour" nearvantage of our great ollorings nnd now we come to the front n:ilii with reiirwulenur-- " Might was right with it and without other editors of that faith, he does not It from Gov. Bradley's veto axe. It is ly all of Clay county to buy a small gies to give you more goods for your money than any house in this country discussion the measure was made a law think incapable of wrong or rascality. hoped so at any rate. bunch. There are few better cattle over his objections. The Legislature Tho governor's veto of the Associat- men than Mr. R. THE election bill Is a law now and ed Press bill was passed In the House having sown the wind, the people will Lamb buyers offering 5 cts. for reap the whirlwind, with every man unless the appellate court knocks It out In spite of his disapproval by u vote of June and 4c for aie July delivery. The for himself and the devil take the hind- will be given a trial at the next battle (Jo to 24 without discussion. Tho rea- lamb crop in Woodford this year will of the ballots. It passed the Senate son for his veto U that the Legislature most. be larger than last year. J. D. Smith veto 21 to 13 and has no right to meddle In a purely over Gov. Bradley's has engaged 12.1 lambs to J. A. Cohen Thk somewhat esteemed Elizabeth-tow- n tho House by 59 to 32. We believe that matter. cscw dros goods. Latest creations. Plain and fancy weaves for delivery between first of June and News says it didn't say that only its passage was a mistake that will In his veto of the election bill Gov. middle of July at $3.25. Sun. New Embtoidcrius. gold bugs and republicans oppose the prove a severe blow on the party that New Laco. Valenciennu, Oriental, To roll on Ac R. H. Wills sold the famous jack Goebcl bill, but all such do. Then, as nhmniiinnod It. but as further discus Bradley says: "In my judgment it Is unconstitutional and fraught with Tobb's Alexander, to T. C. Lakln, of New white goods Plain nnd NnnsooiH. us, It charges, with if to get oven with sion now can do no good, we shall New Tnb'e Linens nnd Napkins Ac. malice aforethought and evil prepense, watch and wait In hopo that it may not L'reat dancer to free Institutions." He Spokane, Washington, for $1.10. He contends that "the Legislature has no was shipped by express Tuesday, cratNow line of ladies' dres9 skirts. Hlggost vnrluty. that we started out in support of the result as bad as has been predicted. more right to elect these commissionNew stnuiK)(l LlnutiH soiling nt city prices ed like a sheep. This cost of shipment bill and Hopped. This statement shows that our original proposition that the The appointment of George L. Wil ers than tho governor has to appoint a was $12.50 per 100 pounds, and he New line of Onets New lino of fancy nnd plain Iiomi editor of that sheet is always wrong, lis, tho highly conscien- - clerk of both Houses of that body, or weighed 1,100. Cynthiuuu Democrat. New vprlng fontuonr. for nil, of nny stylo i want was a bull's eye centre shot. He is even 5nw nnd ciinrnmnlv h;lldheadod Frttnk- - the judges of the court of appeals have There has been fud and are now on Now undurwonr, to sell cheap not to be compared with the old man's ' f0lt correspondent, by Gov. Bradley to to appoint the private secretary of the feed within a radius of 12 miles of EH v governor." He also said that "the ztibethtown 10,000 cattle. Many have New line of the latest stylo percales ami fttltattte. wire, of whom ho saia: "sno is the a vacancy in the State board of New line of Neckwear. woman I ever saw. She's al-- 1 zlltion, and his prompt confirmation by framers of the constitution Intended to been sold as high a $15 and some uiu New lino of Menu Shirt, Nogllgoe, White ami Oxford?. ways right or wrong one." Wo did and ' th(. Senate were well deserved compli- - prevent any emergency legislation over yet to be old that will bring that price the head of the governor. New line of Hoys' and Youth's Clothing. do think that our election laws need re- - mcnts to an excellent man. but putting the average down to $10, New tine of Men's Clothing and the higgost nrfuty. vision and improvement, but we defy this represents $400,000 in cash. There theiobbernowlofthoNewstoshowthatl THE Knox County News, which LAND AND STOCK. Kcitiemhor our Tailor mnde Clothing and Shirt nru the latest on ttm arenollioson Hardin county. News. ' we ever endorsed so radical a measure changes hands as often almost as the look at our lirnu new lino of J. T. Embry sold to Harvoy Holm a Sales of 27 ewes at $.V3,r, l.uOO lambs as the one that Is now the law. You ' moon does Us phages, Is now in charge for 1st to 10th of July delivery 4e., oughtn't to mako such wild statements, of John Mescr, John R. Owens hav- saddle horse for 8100. to R. L. Duvall several crowing wheat crops atat "ftc, M. Matheny sold W. fight for sucold fellow, or you will add lying to your ing given up the .1,000 bushels of old wheat at It.lo are 0(5 sheep at 3Jc. cess In putting It on a paying basis. other bad traits. They ran I be equalled this side f the Pity Josh Jones sold yestorday the tall reported in the Hnrrodsburg Democrat, which also says: Frank Leonard bought end of a bunch of feeders at 4.20. Josiah Patterson, of Memphis, PflHTICAL POINTS who did all he could against the demo- J. E. Bruce bought of A. J. iJtKo a from Jas. W. Allen of Lincoln, 111 year.., yoke of ling and nor uaiis roio y uermu, ., cattle at $17.02. THE cattle at 4 jo. cratic party, in the last two election, o Spanish Minister, has arrived. ales of Mr. Allen said they cost him more The Central Record rejMjrts at so much ner sneeeh. has been further 30 hogs Tnc naval committee decides that rewarded by his friends and allies, tho at 3.i0 and corn delivered ut il.lt'). than that In Hiistonvllle. Court Day. Thoro were about 000 T. I). HANKY, Manner republicans. He has been given the warships to be recommended shall cost Col. Underwood sold to E. J. Haley, seat In Congress to which Carmack was $6,000,000 each. calf for cattle on the market yesterday but of Somerset, a red hornless bull scarcely a third of tnem changed hands. I'resiuent, uoio mis reaeneu auwuii $.10. elected, but his return to public life Is recent trll tnrougn me uni Itrnuch stores nt Pari, Carlisle, Ml Sterling, Ilnnlstown, will only emphasize the fact that the aftcr Five work mules, 3 to 5 years, for There were several buyers hero but Eminence, Georgetown, ElizHuethtowu, Frankfort. Mnuokort, Intl. ted States and says that annexation sale. Mrs. Jat.e D. Buchanan, Crab they and tho sellers wore too far apart. last state of a man can be much worse A shade over .1c was the highest price will come. than the first. After serving out the Orchard. The House committee on elections term, which he never would have been James Herring bought In Casey and realized, but to 4! wore the ruling Heifers sold given, but for services to thc republi- decided the second Virginia contest in Russell a bunch of butcher cattle at 2 prices for young steers. We nre Hgnln at 3 to 4c. Butcher stuff was not In cans, he will retire to oblivion, unwept, favor of R. A. Wise, the republican to 2!c. contestant. unhonored and unsung. Beazley Bros, sold to Yeagerit Yoag-e- very great demand, but some sold at 3c. Fox it Rice, of Danville, bought House committee decided to reThe of Danville, a sorrel harness mare The Legislature seems destined to port adversely the Evans bill taking a for S 100. seven horses at $05 to $s0 A large break up In a general fight. Saturday large number of places out of the clascrowd was In attendance The feature of the New Orleans races Bronston and Elmore made mouths at sified service. was the win of Ferryman II at the odds Prof. John L. Drlscoll. of Nashville, each other: Farris and Clark came near John Wanamaker has consented to of .10 to 1. while despondent, poisoned his wife locking horns, while Wills, of Clark, be a candidate of tho Business Men's At a sale ofPoland Chinas at Oika and then attempted suicldf, but wl.l and Depp, of Barren, actually came to Republican league for governor of loosa. la . ID averaged jUJ.tiO and 'a lot recover. blows and a rough and tumble encoun- Pennsylvania. And solicit your pntromige upon the lush of fair li not treatment, good rice nnd of BorkshlrosSlO. ter. They pummeled each other vigoIt Is said that Deboe will endorse B. F. P. Bishop bought of Miss Kate ow prices for the best goods rously and when they were parted the T. Conway for postmaster at Lebanon, 40 acres of unimproved land Uoyal makes the food pure, fight had to be declared a draw. These provided he will make his opponent, White wholesome and dcllclou. near Hubble at $3.1. very disgraceful proceedings do not help Johnson, his deputy. In Cincinnati FriFrank Cowan sold the free silver cause nor do they tend William Garrison, the deposed divis- day a bunch of hogs at 4c and some to increase the respect and admiration ion deputy collector at Bowling Green, ()( Drugs and Stationery and Toilt t rtirle ut.'Uo. that Kentuckians ought to command notified Collector Franks that ho would butcher stuff Carroll Rsld will move his string abroad. not surrender the otlice. from Latonla to Memphis this week to Deboe says that If the president ap J. L. BOSLEY, who was slated for points Leslie Combs, pension agent, as be ready for the races Sam K. Hodgklns has bought about postmaster at Paris, Is having a rocky It Is likely he will do, he will fight his 1.200 lambs for delivery Juno 1st to road to gain the coveted prize. He has confirmation In tho Senate. ?10 nt .1c. Winchester Democrat been summoned to appear before tho -Miss Belle Berry is a candidate for Nell iV: McSwain shippod to New department at Washington. mavor of Je lersonvuie, inu. one is York Wednesday 0,000 do.en eggd and U appears that he and Sherman Stivintelligent and well off and will 1,300 fowls. Richmond Register. ers pooled their Issues for the place and pretty, make it hot for her opponent if she has agreed to divide the salury equally be- anv. G. L. Collins sold to W. L. Steele & tween them. If this Is proved, they accompanied Sena Co., 2,000 bushels of wheat on bo.ud Col. Parker, who will both get left and there will bo tor Proctor to Cuba, says every one In the cars at Plnekard at 51. Jessamine Absolutely Pure weeping, walling and gnashing of Havana knows the destruction of thc Journal. Will Hays and Ligo Beazley have teeth. Maine was tho result of foul play and s opened a breaking and training stable that war Is Inevitable. POWDtR CO., NIW YOBK. ROVAl The story about republican penitenEurope at, the former's place on the Iluston-viil- o tiary ollieials arming themselves 10 The great Inllow of gold from France of pike. prevent the Bronston commission from continues. From the Bank J.M. Roberts sold to David Thompalone during the week withdrawals dislodging them proved very naturally ?.1,500,000. Tho gold son yesterday 2li yearling steers at $32. to be a gauzy fake. Tho poor fellows have amounted to reserve In the National treasury now Ho also sold some calves at ill .10 and will give up their jobs like they would 8 cows at S22 .10. SIOU.274,003. vz i him hhmimi xirirfriufAiw,lviHk a "Mtr,'rui2 rrn: i J au &1 l ari aH mi have a tooth pulled, but they will nev- amounts to Byrd L. Lewis, of Atlanta, will bo at In a card In the London Kentuekian, er risk their lives for the place. Those (J says: "In the next is- B. G. Fox & Rico's stable at Danville, wo know of them, at least, are not built John D. White, d of tho Kentuekian I will publish next Thursday, 17th, to buy a sue that way. fc facts and correspondence touching the of good, fat hoi sos. Air ffifrfoteffafei Senator Bronston has more quar- appointment and confirmation of R. D. The promoters of all the colored fairs "3mm dispute at in Kentucky will have a meeting in :. asii. n.v a, wr rels and fewer fights than any man In Hill, nnd tho Deboo-Whlt- o -Kentucky. Ills last victim was Sena- the White House on February 23, I SOS, Shelbyvllio on April 1 to form a Col;- -jf ' .t tor Elmore, of Mayfield, and friends as which will show conclusively to any ored State Fair j iaitC m Malcolm Welsigor and Gay Bros. person that Senator W. J. usual kept them apart. It is a pity that have sold to a Virginia party tho ni'von-- 1 somebody Is always in the way of the Deboe is a congenital liar." year-olsaddle stallion, Kentucky ssri&zmvy c gentleman's exhibition of pugnacity. " CotH Kjfir AW.XV' A the" legislature King, by Black Squirrel, for $1,000. Gov. Bradley has been singularly The department of agriculture reopThe House killed the Senate local clear and logical in his veto messages, tions bill. a bundle ports hiit year's srops still in the farm- of (Jet one of thee fellows withh'gute A samples under his arm to what of which he had to sond in quite a num. The bill cutting Jackson from the 8th ers' hands as follows: Wheat, 121,000,-00- 0 it will cost to paper a room in any priced bor, and they will rank with the finest bushels; corn, 783,000,000 bushels paper, then get W W Withers to ilguio and putting It In the lltli district is Thr- Increasing dcmniul for a dally newbpap r nt n price which puts It efforts of tho kind over delivered In tliQ room in Mime priced paper We will and oats. 272,000,000 bushels. now a law. wlhln tl.e rr nch of evi - ry person In Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, this State, Gov. Brown's, which held bt n nut by the J.ou10c per ro nnd make hus count, in Kentucky and Six mules sold for $7.10 on the square count paper nt 5 or The bill to gerrymander the Third Southern Tndlanu: has a iaui. i'esc. This com- your room cost you less than a the record, not accepted. plrte af rrnoon daily will MUMcamammmm spcclnl staff correspondent Congressional district was passed over in Columbia, Tonn., last Monday. Jno. Agent can or will in lie paper, or we p.ipor W will M.i-ln Washington, nnd thor- thc LvenlnK Post j for $22.1; Char- sell you a oc paper for room anil mako it A. every wrclc day In the ourJi and rellnhlo men nt IP"! 111! Aftkr making a ridiculous spectacle the governor's veto. gerrymander bill ley Thomas bought two two for $2.10 yt--r to i"" address, hy X Kull rrankfort. nhnlnn market Wright purchased and cost you loss than n paper agent will at 1c The 8th district of himself by a silly display of authoriILI- II II BB rinnrlu mnll, iiorftavc raid, for $2. II1I911.I" v,'v.,s, I..U.IU inluitnl passed tho Senate 21 too and the Asso- Thur&ton Neelloy paid $27.1 for two ex per roll Our paper hungers are oxpeii-encc- d The Kvenlr Post Is tho iany, snort stories, worn-un- 's ty, Judgo Tarvin has quietly returned For the Hall and equipped to hang nil qualities page, nil the sport-InlrlBht't arl lxat South.n good ones. 20 to !. tra I.dltlon of the to Covington with his court and for a ciated Press bill of paper. dail In the news. Kdltorinhy the W. C. Rogers shipped to George strongest paper ln tho kcnlng It prints tl e full AssoThc passage of a stringent see us and gel our prices before you buy season let us hopo will not muko any ciated Pros dispatches, 3outh. Nently printed on bill Is among the things to the Gould, of narper, Kansas, one day lat supplemented hy corre flno paper. Bend further effort to display his asslnlnity. for every spondence from sample copy. Address iJTTJ week, bS Shorthorn cattle, for which credltof the Legislature. W. W. Lincoln county's representative la Sam Norman, of Graves he received $2,403. On Wednesday he EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. - Kentucky. entitled to great praise for securing the county, will contest with South Trim- bought of J. S. Hundley, of Stanford, CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. passage of the bill to abolish tho oilice ble for tho Frankfort wardenshlp un- one gelding for $121. Lebanon Enter Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at prise. of register of the lands. Hustonville, Ky. der thc Bronston commission. - six pag-bs- Preparations for war go steadily on, but the best informed think that It will bo averted owing to Spain's inability to cope with this country. It la said that the board of Inquiry on tho Malno disaster has found beyond a doubt that thn vossol was blown ui) and it Is fur ther shown that the Spanish authorities had planted dynamite mines in tho harbor. The decision now seems to be that this government will demand largo Indemnity of Spain, which she will doubtless gladly give to get out of the trouble. She may not take so woll to the other demand said to hnvc been decided upon, that she shall let go her grip on Cuba, but she will quietly submit, If she counts the costs and the To The Front Comes The 30-od- d three-year-ol- d Louisville Store. Spring Merchandise Will be Sold Right. It Was Bought Right and 1 Inte- THINE OF IT ! r-State well-know- n, equall-smarte- st -- I mrl. up-hi- ll Carpets And Mattings 1,1.10-poun- d two-year-o- ld , -- ILfmaiSVIILILK STOMAS . Oynthl-ann,Vers!iillo- s, 1 1 r, ! Open for Business FBNNY'S DRUG STORE. it, FTTXA STOCK ss. mmmm i post-otllc- e POWDER 8 BAKIMQ iliiil vv MKffBsalil m tUBI issssssssM car-loa- r'isw AjmlJM &JLi w i& - T '. viasssssssssssssssMahsr ifri .CvvgwI&filHW emw tm jassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssVavw MsalBsssHBiBBBBrBBBBr fair-mind- fesOU .'( 1 3, eswi'itra &MtW lantsni IHaWasW $2.00 d &Wy !A!LY PAPER FDR - YEARf J I fill I I BH nfter-noo- K anti-cigaret- te fjC WITHERS, Stanford. THE vrcr Sfe it' i"?mr'7Gmim THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., March -- Western InvcRtmrnts. New England capitalists are reputed to be as why of anything western as the capitalists of old England are just now of anything" American. Western men 15, 1898 necking capital in Iioston cnmplnlti that ty m v4 the mift'Ht liiNCKtintittH hunglnnhlecnn icnrrcly get n hcnrlng. A ISostnu W. P. WALTON. on Investments Is quoted to the effect that in the past ten years New TICKETS Oil THE LAUNCHING. Etiglnud Iuih mink not less than In western railroads, farm mortOn account of the launching of .tho gages, town lots and similar battleship Kentucky at Newport New, Six years ago 30 western Va., Thursday, March Sltti at 10 a. m., and loan companies were dotl.nniinaim.mlrn - Ollln IU. will Hell ing business In Hoston; only two of round trip ticket from Lexington, them Hiirvhe, nnd the losses of the othWinchester and Mt. Sterling (and ers are estimated nt from $2,000,000 to low rutes from all Con-tr- $10,000,000 apiece. Of course, much of Kentucky townnj at 812 for both this money was Injudiciously invested. trains of Tuesday, March 22nd. Tick- Money hnlug been made in western ets will bo good uevou days from date town lots, farm mortgages and railof sale. Trains leave Lexington at way securities, everyone who had 11:25 a. m., and 8:50 l'. M., mid arrive money to Iniest rushed Into ventures at NowH)rl News 11 A. M. and 5:50 l of this character, with little Inquiry nK M. next day. North rate 83.50 through to the merits of the properties acfor double berth. Send In your names quired or to be acquired. At one time to undersigned at once for sleeping car It wan a very easy thing to organize bpuce. George V. Barney, D. l A., a western Investment company and sell its securities in New England; It wns O., Ky., Lexington, Ky. ho easy that men of little ability and C. it O. 1'LAYINCJ Cards, Owing to capital did It, and they loaned their the increased demand for C. & O. Hayfunds iinprovldently. ing Cards, the Chesawako & Ohio Ky. Western fanners had loans pressed Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 iion them, and farms were taken ns decks which are now on sale nt the security for loans that exceeded ral'hwnlx Hotel ticket olllco In Lexing- tional estimates of the value of the ton, at 15 cents per deck, three decks property. Ihink Commissioner for 40 cents, or $1.00 jcr dozen. Those of Kansas, estimates n farm Incards are CO cent quality and will be debtedness of SlO.OOO.OfO In the Mate Hont by mall to any nddrofs on receipt M'u) out li fight yejirs ly frrifIn.iin, of above price with four cents por'doek but, while the borrowers lost their for postage. Persons remitting 8100 farms, It is quite likely that the creditors lost more than they. New Hampfor one dorcn lots will have thom.-fcon- t prepaid. This last lot Is going rapidly. shire savings banks are estimated to Parties contemplating euchre or whist lime lost about $20,o.')0,nco on western elubs should not miss this opportunity farm mortgage, and yet the fact that to lay In a stock of lino cards at such in the st eight years Kansas farmers low rates. Goo. V. Harney, D. 1. A., have jhiIiI off $100,000,000 of mortgages shows how many good linestmentu of C. it O.. Lexington, Ky. $300,-000,0- Invcat-incnt- s. A- al Mrn mill Marrlacn. A worn .in writer In. the North. American Review discusses the question: "Why more men do not marry," ami gives m many reasons that the reader In conclusion Is Inclined to be surprised that the number of marriages la not lt?ss rather than mon The subject, snjs n 1'hlrngo contemporary, is nc that Iwik nt various times engaged the serious attention of students of human nature and conduct, and In tills particular paper is treated with Miirh generous regard for all thcirgiiments extant tliuit the. writer seems to lnive presented a summary of the world's knowledge or conjectures rather than an expression of individual judgment. of tins I'ortiiunU-- l for the generation the rising or recent fault, for the growing disfavor In which marriage is held among fnsldotiable self-estee- Won Ily Her Minllc. Down in the chlvnlrous state of Kentucky a winsome young woman charged with the crime of selling whisky without n license won Immunity from a fine or Imprisonment by captivating tho hearts of the judge and jury who tried her. Tho culprit wns a typical mountain beauty, 10 years of ngcnnd had the musical and uncommon name of Alabama Urown. Among her own people sho is known n "The Merry Mountain Maid." She appeared in court, com- m -n easily-obtaine- d Itreid-entha- l. A: Crescent trains are the llnost run In the State of Kentucky. trains Four dally trains to Cincinnati eonnoct with the main highways of the Groat Trunk Linos of the North. West nnd Kail. This Is the line to Washington, New York, Hoston and thcKast. The Queen it Crescent connect with every lino out of Cincinnati. S. T. Swift, V. it T. A., Lexington, AN INCOMI'ARAHI.K SKKVICK. The that ekiss here were. 4 Quoon ce Ky., W. G. Morgan, I) 1'. A , taxing ton, Ky. DR. w. t B rv-BKna ESC-al- rs U FErirz : JULJKDU DcntlMt, OBSc on l.ncaitf sirert Stanford, Ky. t RmUUiic. j.c.jrfcCtyyY From rindlny, O., cotnesan anecdote, the truthfulness of ulitah is vouched for. A yoiingjimn Jind j'ouny lady were returning from an evening party, when they wercfllnnncd'by a woman's scream for help. 'lUie young man run Into the bouse whence the kcrciinisj issued, and found a gas pipe broken, the lgitftcd gns injuring out and the house in a fairway to destruction. lie first ran out and turned on the tire alarm, then dashed ixiok nnd busied hhwe!f saving articles of furniture, getting! several severe blisters in the attempt. When the engines arrived, the fire wns extinguished and the young hero departed. The next day the lady of theburuing house called y to see the young lady who wos in wltii Uie young mini on the previous night, and mid, seriously: "I don't think that gentleman friend of jours Is cry polite. He actually spoke to me last nigiit without nn Introduction." eom-p-m- A peculiar transaction has come to light in nu Iowa court in a Milt brought by Mrs. Samuel Swigett, of Montana, against S. W. Hurst, of Leon, la. The cause of the suit Is a note given by Hurst to Samuel SnlgettoaNoi ember IS, 1S57, which reads' ns follows: UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD. KY. per cent, interest per annum until Hurst Is now president of u hank, w hllc Sw lget t is a member of the Montana legislature. Tho latter gave the note to his wife, and she is now suing for a judgment of $320.00 against &0. Hurst, that being the present value of the note at compound interest. pnld." "Within forty jears after date I promise to pay Samuel A. Swlgett the sum of $15 for one rllle gut), with 10 All tho latest State News. All tho Latest Mnrket Reports. Correct Court Iteports. Correct Mnrket Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. And The Scientists tell us that the sun hns pre! sented many spots of late, the group in slght measuring 100,000 miles In length by JO.OOO in width. The spots nre beIII lieved to be rents in the intensely brilliant cvuclopc surrounding the solar WEEKLY sphere. Ah the spots aro rotated to the edgo of the sun rosy (lames, thousandK LOUISVILLE of miles in height, shoot out from the DISPATCH. disk.theHut only ofthe astronomers can see streaks colors. The display Is lost to them also in cloudy weather, EnA Straight Democratic Newspaper. of which there has been more than nn dorsed hy the Inst convention ns the average this season, due, ns some Otllclal Organ of Democracy. to the dark openings called sun spots. For the Freo Coinage of Silver. For tho Chicago Platform. Tho latest wedding ring, says a luj For tho Democratic Nominees. For tho Interest of tho Mosses. newspaper, looks like nu ordinary narrow, plain gold band. On the Inside Is a tiny hole. You hae only to Insert the Telegraphic News. All tho Latest SUBSCRIBE NOW U eon-ten- d, The Weekly Dispatch Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, Roth Steam Is used to sterilize clothing In a new device, which has. a chamber for ! Daily the material to be treated, with steam Inlet pipes nnd a removable cover, the A METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER goods being afterward dried by turning the steam Into the double compartment Thoroughly Equipped 'with surrounding the sterilizing chamber. Every Faculty to keepl you dally posted upon nil the Pumpkins are preserved for making events of tho world to!" An old farmer lu Maine laat year pies by a newly patented process, which Daily, nxcent Sunday, 0 months, $3; A slab of quart7, with veins of gold made 200 suits for wealthy customers, consists of cooking or steaming them 1 year JO. Dally, with Sunday, 0 months, prominently showing, will convey Ca- cutting them out with a scythe and sew- and mixing them with starch and 1 year, $8. $1; ' nn-'dsring them l thi wrapping- twine. A suit which quickly db lifornia's invitation to President THE DISPATCH, Address, costs 75 cents, la ccmp&scd of grass, soh c&in'u a jolly when mixed wtthmilk to nttend the golden jubilee of Louisville, Ky. and is used for ducking. and Is then readv for M. the discovery of cold. 0no Year For Only $2.65. the Dispatch jKjint of a pin then? to see thenpparent-lwas the other extreme. two cirwolld ring spring apart-intA picture dealer said the other day cles. Tim date of the marriage and initials of the bridegroom and bride are that there had been In recent years an engraved on the upper wurfaee of one Increased demand for pictures of a paring and a motto is on the lower sur- triotic character. There wns, for exface of the other. When the parts are ample, an Increased demand for picfitted together the inscriptions are con- tures of Washington and Lincoln. The revival of patriotic feeling thus indicealed. cated lie attributed largely to the Here is an Atlanta boy's composition growth and influence of patriotic soon "Vaccination:" "I don't believe in cieties. belli' vaccinated. I knew a boy once A definition of fog given by a North who lost one of his two arms by it, and he never could play baseball after that. Carolina mountaineer, who evidently The other night papa came home an' reasons If he does not reason well, Is: tried to open the door with his um- "Fog," he said, "Is when the atmosbrella. I asked mother what was the phere and tho hemisphere come tomatter with him? She said she didn't gether. That produces a great pressure, and causes the earth to sweat. The know, but she s'posed he hud been sweut we call fog." So you sec what It brings you y d. - pcoplo can he at trlbuttd largely to tho mistakes of parents In bringing up their children. The seeds of improvidence, tunlty and nciisiiuI execs? en nre miu i) early hy foolish and indulgent parent, are lumrlslied with awful persistence until they become tl dominant eluvnie.terUtitis of the child, ant! aro then taken In hand by the. maid or youth to I in trained i into a luxuriant growth. From this beginning a cA'olic of world Uitcss Js produced which give forth many of the various results which are trratvd independently us cause, of the hick of marriages. It does not appear that either sex holds a monopoly of matrimonial the humors or dishonors being about even, but it Is clear that some of the causes are Inherent in conditions for which the general tendency of the age is resnslhle and The Currew Gives Sntlslnctlon. which cannot in: hud at Uie door of nny The revival of the curfew custom in It diviikinl or class certain western cities and villages Ls giving much satisfaction where the orThe Cincinnati Enquirer says tluit a dinances have been put in vogue. Acfew years ago Ucorjre W. U'gg, Pike cording to the ancient law, all persons county's defaulting measurer, was the were obliged to heed the ringing of the lecJpieut of a Miir of Cicrman barn rs li- evening bell and to be within their own bit.. hipR'd him from the Fatherland, doors when, the signal was sounded. lie csuihtitdicd iliein at Ids home Ln The regulnUons as modernized apply Lnt.luini. In tit if- county, at.il In the only tochlldrcn mid era fixed age, usualcourse of Lime his ltotnc and burn ly 15 years, and are Intended to save wviv overrun with tbu multiplying tlieni from harmful associations on the creature. Ily nrd by a number of streets at night. Thereby they arc not hem escaped lo the woods and tlelds, permitted to remain abroad from their ind fo multiplied tJiot AmsUiilia bids homes nt an hour later than eight fair to Ik- duplicated here In Pikecoun-t- .. o'clock in winter nnd nine o'clock In t A Jcal at. IaUiam since summer. In the city of Lincoln, Neb., the llrt frosts of the winter luis pur- where u curfew law has been in effect chased of the country NiniroiU more about two years, Mayor Graham says: tlwn 15.000 nibblts. nrl eoiitlniut to "The results in reducing crime were a buy them at tSie ite of 200 per day, complete surprise. There has been a paying therefor live cents ?r luead. decided improvement, socially and morThey niv. hauled u Wavxsrly hy the- ton ally, of Uie youth, and a pecuniary savr.i.d shipped by express to Phibdel-pld- a ing from the falling olT in Uie number and New York. The rabbit, are of arrests." In Omaha, too, the chief much larger thun the native unitnnl. of police, finds Uint "it is now nn easy many of Ihem. weighJug. gross, 12 and nr.tt ter for parent to enforce home 13 pounds. rules." About 300 other towns In the west have adopted the custom, and An unusual request made by a dying eastern cities nrc proposing to man of Richmond. lnd bovcnil years accept and enforce the same. ago hnfl justhecu fuKUIed by his widow. When Thomas Smi till died there In 16SS. The American climate. Is well adapthe directed that when his pet bulldog, ed to bring alout tho sunivnl of the which hadl won ninny a prize fight for fittest. In Septeml)er tho mercury in him, died) It bhotild be buried at his feet. the sun often marks 110 degrees above, Smith was laid away, but the dog has aud a temperature of ten or 15 below in Hied until last week, wEion It nUo December Is not uncommon. Hero Is a turned up its toes. The widow bought range of 125 degrees Inside of three a tine casket of umall size ami had the moutli. Tho American climate is n dog laid out therein, and by represent- lightning change artist In- rapidity of ing to the cemetery authorities thut it movement and In extremes of heat and was the body of a child, was allowed to cold suited, by turns, to cveryUdng bury it at th3 feet of her latehusband, from a polar bear toon equatorial us he hadl directed. It Is useless to deny great vitality to a race who eon stand It. No A New York paper reports tlrat one enterprise are of the women process, servers of that doubt' their vigor and due in a measure to their boundless city will accept n fee no less tlian$23. She makes a&coialty of difficult cites. varieties of weather. She assumes many disguises nnd creA Dyersvlllc newspaper makes this ates astonishment by the rapidity and cluiste reference to an esteemed conexcel leu co of her changes. She ap- temporary: "The Janus-face- d rabbit, pears as an old apple woman, a decrepit who has one foot in the grave and a beggar or a lady of fashion. Some- roller sknto on the other. Is trying to times she hobbles along on a cane or play both ends against the middle. It's a crutch, and. nt other times she is seen only a matter of monUis until the clods driving lu a brougham. Her income will thump a requiem on the box that is considerable. Hex victims are most-l- will contain a large and luscious banwomen, who are the hardest to quet for the wigglers of the earth. catch. Then, nnd not till then-- will his inernal hidden from It isn't the fashion, says the Meriden nnd damnable treachery be society." (Conn.) Journal, for a young man to go to work for some one. He "accepts A singular case of human shrinkage a iosltion." And when lie is llred for Is reported from a soldiers' home in being a chump he "severs his connec- Ohio, A man was admitted four years tion." We hnie known a youth to con- ngo, and at that time he was five feet descend to "accept a position" in a and two Inches tall. Now, according to prominent store that he had beeu beg- the newspaper report, lie is but four ging for for three months. The fa- feet four inches in height, having thers of some of those young snobs used shrunk ten inehesrwithout in any manto say they had "hired out" when they ner hnvlng his hcaith affected. This succeeded in getting employment. That ease comes under the head of "Very Rcross-questioning it verl-tubl- o fortably, but not gaudily, attired, with large dark hazel eyes, cheeks redder than the cherry nnd a most innocent, but winsome smile. The case was tried at Covington In the United States circuit court before Judge Parr. When tho first witness wa.s called on the side of Uie prosecution she bolted from the prisoner's chulr and walked up alongside the judge. There she stood calmly defiant until the last one wa.s heard, them after the prosecution had finished. She then took the stand and informed the Jury that she had given the witnesses whisky, but that It belonged to her old grandmother, and thntshe had not sold it with the view of making money. Her manner and actions and that smile had Its weight with the jury, who were only out of Uie courtroom sufllcicmtly long to write upon the papers "Not guilty." When the lerdict was read Mlsa Alabama could hardly contain herself, but suddenly jumped upon the floor and wanted to kiss everyone of the good men who set her free. She was restrained, howeier, by one of tho marshals, who escorted her outof the building. Those "Popular" Hongs. is Printing The city council of Manknto, Kan g at heart tho interests of the Twice-a-Wee- k ins citizens of the town, and that Courier dournal la what has prompted itto protcctthem having to listen to Will from the torture of it. ,he strains of every song which beAnd Every Democrat, Every Hopubllcan. comes popular enough to be whistled Every Man, Woman or Child who can rend or sung by people who have no regard will uuiit to kread it. Tho Courier Journal Is for Uie peace of mind of others. In Democratic paper, ot six or eight pages. Is-a sued Wednesday and Saturday of ench week. 1S04. when "After the P.nU" was being Clean inflicted on the county nt largo, and The Wednesday Issue prints all thoStories. News, nnd the 'Saturday Issue prints Manknto was getting her share of it, MIcollntiy. Poetry, and all matters of spethe city councilnien rose In their wrnth cial Interest In tho home. It Is edited by llunry Wntter-omil decreed that uny person who sung tune PRICE or whistled the Si.oo a YEAR. should be fined 50 cents for each and You get 101 good papers, of six or eight every offense, the net of such singing pages each, for SI less than one cent a paor whistling being characterized as n per I'seful premiums nre given Club Raisers, s public nuisance. After that the g and commissions are nllowed of the city had peace, but now nguuts. Dally 20.00 tho council has been compelled to get Dallv und Sunday, yearyear 8.00 out Its blue pencil again nnd cross from Sunday alone. year 2.00 the list of songs which may be rendered peace-lovin- the If it Worth 1 t ?. Print twtce-a-wue- F n. too-famili- ar y1 ', resi-lent- good-payin- Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 1 In public the much-abuse- d sets forth that "There'll To-Nlgh- t." Ue one which a Hot Time TWICE-A-YEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- L As a rein Uie Ohl Town sult of this ordinance it is expected thnt the tovn will be fairly quiet until some other song becomes so populnr(?) ns to be a nuisance. AND TH SEMftKLY : WM MM, i 4" Roth one year Wit. There is no more unhappy man than, oT Penalty FOR ONLY $2,50. n I"1" - I - Injudicious friends as "extremely witty" iSetter lor Urati inaa If he be subject to the charge of parricide. For gradually he become conscious of his reputation and trie to live up to it. If a man of true wiL delivers himself of one good speech a month, he is doing admirably, ami the potentiality of his speech will be a constant source of amazement Few arc willing to b thus They wish, to strike 12 every ten mliwites. They foil to see the necessity of a background of seriousness. They degenerate qulek'.y into nggi sive iiunologLsts They are peevish, if niTair. laughter is not a Aud if there is no lmvre- mtfhappy n.a.. there is also no givnter bore, thiiuyuur wit of the first magnitude. When you sec Mr. IXizzlcr working his mind in a corner at Uioclub, sitin another re v. m. or go home; there will be no ciKiucc of conversation wliieh Iwir.g means that you will have no r.por-tunitof exploiting yotirown ability he who is described by hair-trigger Twlce-a-Wee- k Courier Jour-na- l, nnd will send that paper nnd ours for tho price named to nit our subscribers who will renew and pavln advance, or toull new rs who will pav In advance. Samsent freo on ple copies of Courier-Journ- al application. All subscriptions under this offer must bo W. P. WALTON. sent to Stanford, Ky sub-crlbe- ment with the Wo have made a special clubbing arrange- r v i: r . it BELIGKESSDEBFE TTOBITB m fcf. C H? ,' r i -- y mm, mm, PRICE!, mm S35. men-han- - The eyes of the country will rest on that wire rope tramway to be constructed this winter across Chilkat pass. Its success mny aert a famine. The problem resembles one connected with supplying an army, ami the Chilkat plan may cut some fignre or ice may bo a better word In future military operations. Ten thousand pounds nn hour is to be the capacity of the wire tramway, ami its equipment will GUARANTEED. w - It 'Is a carry passengers, merchandise or ore. The climb above the starting point is 2.t"i0t) feet, nnd the nseent nnd descent nre accomplished within eight miles. - but-tcrll- y. There, are numerous harmless "spells" which aro regular observances in the lives of the average southern r.egn'es. MOORE RROS., GEN'L AGTS. Beside the root ohewing, the track-littin218 F st. N. W. of 12o E. Fayette s. etc.. they have a' "Washington, D. C. Bnltin ore" Md. frogs' legs cooked it still water, ar.d the ashes of a bat are powerful enough to keep away a rival or an enemy. To niakca dogstay nt home they cutoff the tipof his tail ami bury it under the doorItOUTE. step. To make a wife obedient they The Deal Llue tuand 1'ruiu "draw her pictur" and hide it in Uie shingles. Thus, waking or sleeping, TOLEDO AND there is a constant forcing or counterAll I'oluts lu Michigan. acting of destiny. g, Jove-philter How can it bei done? Simplicity in construction and nut belonging to the Typewriter Trust result in nn honest product at an honest price The IJHcken9-derfe- r is the only high grade machine nt reasonable cost. It is built on strictly scientific principles, and of only the best and most durable material. Some distinctive features, visible wor, interchangeable type, portability, durability, doing away with ribbon nuisance, un varying alignment, unexcelled manifold itig. 84 separate characters, etc., etc. is the only The 11 icken-derfleceiving highest award at World's Fair. Improved since Send for catalogue and ttstimonials. er r.' 4H i ingfis type-vrit- er " - tk "BIG IU-- 4 DETROIT CHICAGO. Ati.HIn,; Hit-- y disUngui6hcd physician gives 10 rules for longevity, mest of which, iike "keep your temper." nre well known. But others ore less familiar, such at d agair. "Do not have your beds-tthe wall," "Have a mat to your bedroom door," "Allow no pet nnCrnnls in your thing rooms," and "Fat plen-t- oi fat, to feed the cells which dec troy dise eased germs." One of the rules. is noted for its before breakfast," A "II::-ercis- ST LOUIS. Tin. i el "Whlir Cltj hHul ' i ivnuiiiul si ui Ion. BOSTON. Wunlifr .sir, ilti l'fll N15W YOWK Uuir--i C.irs, Omii m' iu un Oir 1'iri-r t liu ' Kieiini Slw'lu I'au, '.Mi.'.u-s PrWat and Din ar H , enthusiastic short trial. abandonment after u E emarkableIf True." Whitei rose leaves ins.tad of rice are the latest wedding fasliion. At that stage of Use proceedings where rice Is usually brought forward, baskets of white rose leaves are passed round, each guest Lppropriatlag a handful. The appearance of Uie bridal pair is a signal for the rose leaves to be sent Hying, and with picturesque and appropriate effect. A trick known ns the lock trick wno tried a few days ngo on Rev. R. N. a Chattanooga Quaker. Fulling to persuade the man of pence to "bite." the three rascals engaged in the game became abusive, whereupon Mr. Litsell promptly knocked down two of them. The third man bent nn inglorious retreat, leaving his pals to plead for mercy, which they did while lying on their backs In the rood. Proper treatment for this sort of gentry. Lit-sel- l, hb tit ilt tfedrtbrlrtftr 4f 4f 4!& X-: J Ms : : 4 Tho spectators' gallery Is now a feature of all the large banquet halls In New York. There sweethearts nnd wives gather to look down upon husband and lover, to size up the solids nnd liquids and listen to the burning words orators. The view of the after-dinnfrom the gallery in any of the halls on the occasion of a big dinner Is said to be well worth seeing. er new-banqu- :rjt?H ::Hrii lives on the IIustonvJHe pike, near Huston P.lc. Ky.. had not until last mouth spent a day away from home in 23 years not because she couldn't, nor because of any eccentricity, but just because she loves her home and wants to be there to do her work. It Is said that Mrs. Jessie Huston, who :, t: 1- 1- O MCCORMICK, sure your tickets read via "DIG FOUB " WARRENU. LYNCH Traffic Slgr., Ass. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO t ! .i' m ,i! THE POPULAR vttJ'?tJ? fj m Umi.fD .prJp,f w WW A v : ; h. - JllllllilltillllUlllllltllllllllli a 8 fa VT PvW tv 1 . VrxV 4 , T?1J""': oHtw! o W T' YSSTW JUANK f $i' S I m J. UKF.9, i:! :: IttV m Eft. ;in '' '' J J X x re-du- c'" Mc-Kinl- w-- It is reported that Grant's tombstone at Riverside, N. Y., Is being supplied with gas heaters, because beat is needed for Uie proper preservation) of tho marble of whJoh It ls built, and partly for the comfort ot tho guards and caretakers who are oaduty in the tomb. ' 'ttttlf tltTITl : tanUvUIe. I: ; tjt'irtif tjfrjf w is jt if tjt: ; : ;w w tjttfcftjttjtijtiitrjf i wwW ! n r I I, ritldwUf. si, i fA--- . i. Js .ifc-- t A-. i MbSsj. ,! ?i3".4 ijmTTi-i;i.T'- mr '" ' ,' irT y-i- -- aSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHJtBMtfi T hj"whj,1"'1 !""f "i 'U 'y,'" ''" "tan'i m aw''1' f " - ' -- t"-- ,- - -r- - vn.nr.v-- " , . - - ps -r- - - - - . - . - r. '- - - '' T - ' - "V ATTACKS STAGE MOKALS. Clomont Declare Scott, Dramatic- Critic, Raisos a Storm in England. - a Woninn Cnnnot Keep tier Tnrltr nud Hope for n Sttceemiful I'rafcnittoiinl Cnroot Tries to nxplnln IIIh L'tternncea. it: fife f f I B h- - rc if, correspondent of the New York World nt Caracas, Venezuela, writes ns As stated In 'October, Gov. follows: for "Great Thoughts," attacking the Pingree, of Michigan, came here to obmorals of the stage. His utterancesurc tain an option on the Pcdernnlsnsphalt based on the most intimate lifelong mine, near the mouth of the Orinoco. acquaintance with the personnel of the He left here greatly pleased to have profession, and his position as dean of obtained it, ns he thought. It is snid the London critics gives his views imthat immediately after his return home portance. Seeing the advance recephe formed n syndicate of friends residtion, Mr. Scott requested the editor not ing in Milwaukee, Detroit and Chicago to print the interview, which he refused to buy ami exploit the mine. to do. Mr. Scott, in the interview, said Gov. Pingree does not speak Spanish it was nearly impossible for a woman nnd did not discover that the option to remain pure who adopts tlie stage, sold to him to buy the mine for $SO,000 adding that the freedom of life, speech wns subject to the approval of the genand gesture behind the curtain "reneral meeting of tlie shareholders, who ders it almost impossible for a woman refused later to recognize the docuto preserve that simplicity of manner ment signed by their president. A which is her greatest charm." party composed of Col. E. S. Sutton, sec"What i3 infinitely more to be deretary to Gov. Pingree, Edward P. plored," lie added, "is that a woman w'o Ilaekett, a banker of Milwaukee, and endeavors to keep her purity is almost two engineers came to Caracas with ns a necessity foredoomed to failure in letters of credit and full power to close her career. It is nn nwf til thing to say. the dcnl immediately. They were stupe and, still more terrible, it is true, but fied when thev weretold that the share no one who knows the life of the greenholders of the asphalt mine demanded DISLIKE ANDREWS' VIEWS. room dare deny it." 0 $160,000 for the property instead of Mr. Scott says the English stage is the Cennnrc Illm for Prnlln Itoliert K. stipulated in the option sold to worst, because the Knglish are the least Lee nnd tlie Turks. Gov. Pingree. Protests were of no artistic people in the world and "more President E. Benjnmln Andrews, of avail. STUDENT'S BRILLIANT CAREER. completely without the saving grace of Brown- university, whose freedom of utCapitalists of the United Stntes should on, the money question led to be warned against the business tricks Sudden humor tJian any nation." terance Trnlc Denth of Alon-- o Heing interviewed on the subject of a bitter contest between him and the of the South Americans. It nearly Trunk .luck. Crude Vnle Athlete. this interview, Mr. Scott protests that trustees of the university last spring, is happens that men who come here News hns been received of the death it is not an attack on the stage, that he again mixed up in n controversy. without either a knowledge of Spanish in Phoenix. A. T.. of Alonzo Frank Jack, has not been accurately reported, and This time it. is with, the G. A. It. and or a competent interpreter who is at Yale university, of Pittsburgh. that it is not fair tb quote extracts, ns he the chnrchlj admirers of the Armenian, thoroughly acquainted with the artful Young Jack's career at Yale was n was speaking for a religious paper and both of which bodies declare that he dodges of the South Americans get the tragic one. lie was prcjwred for colfrom a moral standpoint- has been unjust ami unwise, while some worst of it. The two engineers who lege at Phillips Exeter academy, where "Many actresses." he continued, "lend of the latter insist that he has been came with Gov. Pingree's secretary he left a phenomenal record a an athnoble lives, and the children of actors talking on a matter of which he knows have been sent to Mnracaibo to report lete and n student. He led his class In who are forewarned of the dangers nothing. on nnother asphalt mine, ns the gov- prize winning In his studies made a go astray." Last week Dr. Andrews went to Chi- ernor is nnxlous to get possession of remarkable record as a football player, and in the athletic gamei broke all DINNER FOR TWELVE, E2.000. cago to lecture on "The Generals of the such property. Confederacy," nnd in the course of his records and won nine first prizes. remarks he praised Gen. Robert E. Lee REPORTS ON MISSION WORK. An election Met Im Sttleil Snclnhl lie entered Yale n year ago this fall nt IMtHndrlnMn. at the expense of some of the generals and won the hoaiywvlghl wrestling in .Mnl.e A dinner of 12 covers, which cost of the union army. This fact was American Anioclntlon I.nlxirx. I'ulille the freshman rush. He gave up athof Itn or more than $150 a cover, wan giver learned of in Providence, 11. I., before The Amcricnn Missionary association letics last (w and devoted himself to the other night nt the Hotel Hellevue the doctor arrived, and the result was an his- studies nnd work fn the slums. He has jist made public its fifty-firin Philadelphia. It grew out of nn elec- criticism from his former companions returned to college Inst October deter tion bet made before the election fo" in arms, for the doctor lost an eye dur- nual report. It shows that during the mined to earn, his owaiwiy to Yah?. HI last few months hundreds of students sheriff lnrt year. The 12 diners wer ing the late unpleasantness. Resoluclass called upon Mm on the night of in the Hellenic diseasing the relative tions, .have been, passed by the G. A. II. have been turned away from thoehoo-lthe freshman rush-t- meet Cadwsilndcr. for want of funds. chances of Candidates Crow and in Boston condemning the utterances, The educational work Includes six the big frcAlimnn wlo made a record as. Among the 2"Cvorc James nnd similar resolutions will bo passed the center rush on the 'varsity event Willinmsburgh higher institutions Jr., nnd A. S. L. Shields. The by grand nrmy organizations in this Jack refuted to enter the bout, saying academy, Kentucky; Grand View acadformer held thnt Crow would win and state. Saluda seminary, inat ne did not feel very well, and an Shields fancied the other candidate, Friends of the Armenians are taking emy, Tennessee; Bending Oaks acad- other man was called on to meet North Carolina; nnd so crtnin was each that a dinner to similar action because he said recently An hour later Jack returned be given to 12 men bv the loser was ar- thnt the Turks arc "a nobler and more emy, Alabama, for tire southern San tee Normal and Training to his room on the enmpnis nnd suffered ranged as a wager. HI verfon wa wear- moral race than the Armenians." for tlie Indians ami a violent hemorrhage, from which he scliool, ing nt the time a diamond pin shnned never recovered. 10S other normal, industrial, graded and IN TERROR OF ROACHES. like a horseshoe. Thus it was suggested His brothers, who reside In Pltt that a souvenir of the dinner be in the IteMltlenlN of St. I.oul Dlntrlct Sleep primary schools. Eighteen new churches of several burgh, came on and finally took the dyshape of a horseshoe. At each plate with Cotton In Their I.rn. hundred new members have been or- ing boy to Arizona, in hope of prolong was a horseshoe pin of diamonds set in The cockroaches which were driven ganized 23 of The In- Ing i. the south west. probably was his life. He was oneyearsthe age and platinum nnd the exact imitation of the out of the jail at St. Louis by the fumirecognized as of ablest dian missions now one worn bv Hlverson nt the time of the gating have overrun the houses in that roach 20 tribes in five different states. men in his class. bet. The total cost of $2,C00 was reached neighborhood, and the residents are Tlie church work lathe south Includes ROMANCE ENDS In this way: The pins cost probably $e0 compelled to IN A WEDDING. sleep with cotton in their apiece and the ense $0. This accounts ears. Mrs. Laura Wood rutT was awak- 224 churches, 133 missionaries, 111.317 for $1,0.72. The menu cards cost nt least ened the other night by her little members. The work nmong the In- .Mr. Kiln Mercer Peter, of llnlf Imorc. Weds Her Altornc). dians includes 17 churches, 971 mem$20 apiece. The rest of the cost includson Dennis, who was screaming with bers, 23 tchools, SO missionaries and The quiet marriage at Baltimore expensive pain in his hend. He was ed decorations, dinner nnd taken to the teachers, 502 pupils, 20 missionary evening of Mrs. Elln Mcrcor Peter wines. Hlverson is the son of the dispensary, where it was discovered two missionaries in Alaska. to Edwin J. Farber. n lnw of the Inquirer. Shields is a that n roach was buried in his ear. It The work among the Chinese con- yer of the city, was an event of romnn noted locnl politician. was removed and he returned home. tains 20 schools, 32 teachers, 1.0SI pu- tic nnd unusunl Interest to society peo At daylight Mrs. Woodruff felt a shootpils, 1G1 Christian Chinese nnd 00 pro- pic. ORIGINAL "GEORGE HARRIS." ing pain in her left ear nnd used every- fessing faith in Christ during the year. Mrs. Peter was formerly the wife of lfwl (!. Clnrk. Hero of t'noli Tom' thing to alleviate the pain, but could The general summary of association Senator William 11. Peter, of Cnliln, Dion In I.pxlrmton, Ky. get no relief. She then went to the work includes 120 schools, 11,001 pupils, Howard county, from whom she obThe original of the character of dispensary, where one of the roaches 660 tained a divorce about two years ago. missionaries, 211 churches nnd George Harris Tom's Cabin." wasremoved from her ear. She wns Shortly after the divorce wan granted church members. The receipts Lewis George Clark, died among stran- almost crazed with pain before it could from the different tources for the year Mrs. Peter nnd her closest friends begers nt the home of Tlhrxta Hichnrdson be removed. gan to be nnnoyed with nnonymous letwere $101. 371.03. at Lexington, Ky.. the other afternoon, ters which sinndered her daughters, aged SO years, nis father was Daniel Itellef for the Tlreil Snlcnivomen. then 13 nnd 15 yenrs old, respectively, for III Theater Ticket. Clark, a Scotchman, and his mother a Not only the saleswomen comp'ain. Contrary to general belief, says' Lon- and herself. Mrs. Peter claimed that It was his sufferings as a but trained nurses often suffer from mmlatto. don Answers, roynly does not possess she recognised the hniidwrit!nt;as that slave which led Mrs. Stowe to create swollen feet, especially when they first of Mrs. Thomas Galther, a the character of George Harris. Clark go into hospitals. A powder which is rhe privilege of free admission at the society woman. After Newprominent York extheaters. When the prince of Wnles, for ran away from his cruel master when much used in the German armv for. instance, visits the theater the expendi- perts in handwriting had examined n 40 years old and went to the north, sifting Into the shoes and stockings of JC number of letters Mrs. Peter deterwhere hewns cared for by abolitionists the infantry soldiers might be of serv- ture for box hire alone amounts to 20. mined to enter suit ngniust Mr. and This is an unwritten lnw at court, and where he lectured on the cruelties ice. It consists of three parts of salicywhether the theater boasts of a royal Mrs. Gnithcr. The suit was docketed of American slavery as it existed in the lic acid, ten parts of starch amis parts box In the circuit court of Howard county southern states, ne returned to Lex- of pulverized soapstone. This keeps the the or not. With one or two exceptions in August, 1890. Mrs. Peter asked royal box Is not reserved exclusiveington about four years ago. feet dry, prevent.schnfingnnd heals an damages, half the amount for her-tcl- f ly for royalty, and it can be hired by sore spots. The soapstone alone, with- nnyone who cares to pay the price nnd $15,000 ench for the two daughNOT AFFECTED BY THE TARIFF. out the other ingredients, has also been ubout twice ns much as Is charged for ters. The case was removed to Washfound useful Tmile if Nnremtmrc. flerinnny, with relief when nnd soap alone will give the private boxes. The exceptions are ing county, where Mr. Farber secured well rubbed over the Fole of the Theater Roynl, Drtiry Lane, the its postponement until next June. Cnlteil Stilton on (Iu InoronMP. the stocking. r. United States Consul Weber nt Italian opera and the Haymarket I.lttle Siutkc Stvnllovm n IHk one. Germany, in a report to the Although the royal box is ocn The Crotvn of Thorn. Charles Cottrell, the photographer, ol to the public, very few of those who oan Ilussellville, tells a snake story, which state department, pays it is interesting The holly in Germany is called christ-thorto note how little the trade of the city or Christ's thorn, the legend be- afford it care to occupy It. Th "upper he swears is true, says the LouisviPr with the United States has been affected ing that it was of this piant ten" shun it, for to be seen In thnt box (Ky.) a Florida by the new tariff. In spite of large crown of thorns wns made, inthat the is to be Htigmatized n a rank outsider, severalPost. While heresident of brother years ngo and his France a mauveau riche, or shipments mnde in anticipation of the the honor Is assigned to the hawthorn, a foreigner who were erecting a log cabin and camped passage of the Dingley bill, the trade which is there called the noble knows no better. near by. One day while Charley was has gone on increasing mainly in hops, In Spain the legend assigns the thorn. going to dinner he noticed a couple honor bronze, powders, pencils nnd beer. The to the bramble. An A hmnrt Heply. old Scotch legend of snakes in an open place, where a fire consul says the December quarter will makes the crown consist Some recruits were being drilled at had burned awny the shrubbery. On cf thistle Aldershot by a very impatient cnvnlry Khow nn extraordinary Increase. blades, while in the folk-lor- e going nearer he saw that one was a of England the climbing rose is Faid to have drill sergeant. After nbout an hour of blacksnnke and the other a chicken Ilnl. rile. been the plant selected by the perse- hard drilling nt the sword exercise the snake, the latter being three times the A baby elk was born in Tumwnter sergeant gave the order: "Stand at length of the former. The blncksnake park, near Olympia. Ore., Inst week. cutors. ease." No sooner were the men standhad killed the other nnd had swallowed The appearance of this baby explodes .Selioollnur Women In Agriculture. ing at ease than the sergeant com1he theory that elks In captivity will not Women are being trained in agricul- menced to complain of their attitudes, three or four inches of it. Every day a "breed. The three grown elk in Turn-wat- ture by the state of Minnesota, which and wound up by saying: "Why, you little more of the chicken snake had diswere reared in confinement, hav- has just opened a school for the pur- fellows are like a lot of dummies. I appeared, until the fourth day, when but the smaller ing been captured when qulu young. pose that will accommodate CO stu- can get smarter soldiers thnn you at a nothing remained dents. shilling n box." After about a minute's snake. Snapshot nt Smoke. hesitation one of the recruits remarked: Smart florae. The camera has been brought into Train llold-l'iIn stherln. An Eastern Hebron (Me.) horse Russian papers complain that the Si- "I suppose there would be sergeants requisition in London for the identificaproves bis wit In this wise: Two nights tion of black smoke. Whenever clouds berian railway, instead of civilizing the nmong them?"in succession the nag slipped his headof smoke nppear the police take a snap- regions through which it passes, is ArolihlMhoi' Order to Ilia Priests. stall off and pushed nn iuiier door In the teaching the natives the art of robbing shot. The priests of Grenoble, France, have stable open and slid the outer railroad trains, which is greatly in rogue. been pulled up short by their bishop, door with his teeth and went into the Ottawa Valley Lumber Output. who, In a recent circular, ordered them field nnd helped himself to grass, ne The estimate of the lumber cul hi the Milk. to keep shaved and to in the was detected by the prints Ottawa (Canada) valley during the sea. It is estimated that the milk from streets only in canonical appear nnd ou the crossbars of the door.of his teeth gnrments, son places It nt about 724.000,000 feet, 5,000,000 cows is annunlly consumed as which Is somewhat more than last vear. milk in the United Stntes.nn average of forbids them to ride bicycles. To Prevent Ungainly Anklea. If American girls would confine their 25i gallons per year to each person. The .New Vork Cnpltol. Tame Foxen. One of the entrances to the state cap-It- use of low shoes to Indoors they would English foxes nre so tame that two not risk the of their Ilrnnlilnic Good for the Hair. nt of them recently had a fight on a man's Thorough brushing is necessary If yenrs Albany, N. Y., which has been 24 nnkles. French women arc noted for In course of erection, has just lawn, nnd were separated with difficulty one wishes to hnve beautiful and their pretty feet, nnd they invnriably been opened to the public. by the use of n stick. hair. wear high shoes for walking. KiikINIi nrewern Vermin I'oetn. Work for the I'hllntelllatn. How a Woman's Voice Carrlea. Crape anil Wine. Ten brewers to one. poet have been The various countries of the world Five and a half ounces of grapes nre An aeronaut hns declared that a womennobled in the British realm. The Iirii" required to make one glass of good now use 13,400 different kinds of post- an's voice carries three times as fnr ish are nothing If not practical. age stamps. wine. man's. . Clement Scott, the dramatic critic, has stirred up a storm by the circulation of advance sheets of nn inter lew WON'T EMBARRASS HIS MISSION SI. Patcnotrc's American Wife Will ne Received nt Mndrld. Stories have been current recently that the mission of the new French ambassador at Madrid, M. Patcnotre, who recently closed his service at Washington, would be considerably embarrassed from the fact that he had married an American girl. It is stated, however, that when a similar story gained circulation In Madrid n few weeks ngo it was promptly nnd with ap parent authority denied. The report wns originally printed in n Freuch newspaper nnd wns copied in Madrid. Thereupon the Hpocn, the lending conservative paper in Madrid, the editor being the dean of the journalistic community, took up the matter and gave rissurancc thnt the Amcricnn wife of the French ambassador would be received with every mark of consideration. It instanced ns n similar case that of the wife of Marquis Apcztegula, who was formerly Miss Vincent, of New n York, nnd ns wife of the Spanish leader has been made a Spanish grandee and a close associate of the queen. These American wives, the Epoca asserted, in no way shared the sentiment of certain radical elements in America favorable to the Cuban Insurgents, and they would be shown every mnrk of royal favor. Mme. wns formerly Miss Elverson, of Philadelphia. well-knowPa-tcnot- ro PINGKEE'S ASPHALT MINE Michigan's Govornor Docoivad by Tricky Vonozuolans. ARent Sent Hack to Their Country to Close the Dcnl Upon Whleh nn Option llnd Ucen Given Is Ilnlkcd. A $S0.-00- NOW LIE IN ONE GRAVE. A Father Held Ilia Son's lloilr Above Gronnd Twenty Yearn. The death of Seth T. Maxwell at Heath at the age of 74 and his dying request have brought to light tiie fact that the body of Park Ma.vwcll has been resting In n casket in the wagon shed of Alexander P. Maxwell, of Charlcmont, Mass., brother of Seth, for the last 20 years. SetbT. Maxwell formerly resided In Hcnth. Ills son died nbout 20 years yenrs ago, and the body was burled. The facts of taking it from the grave and placing it in the wngon shed were known to no one except the father. He moved to Binghnmton, N. Y., nud lived there for many years. Of late he had been in poor health and his sister, Mrs. Charles T. Barber, of Hcnth. somewhat over a year ngo invited him to return to Hcnth and spend the remainder of his life nt her home. His dying request was thnt the body of his son should be placed In its casket on top of his casket in the cemetery at Chnrlemont. He stated that the bndv would be found In.n c.isket In the wagon sued of Jus brother, nbovc ground. Search was made nnd the body was found. The request of the father was granted when his funeral took place, and when the cemetery In Chnrlemont wns reached the casket of the father wns placed in the grave nnd that of the son was placed on. top of If, Seth T Mnxnvelt had been married nnd his wife obtained a divorce. She had married again, had separated from her second husband. nud was present nt the funeral of her first husband. I 1.1 Comparative itneceaa In "Ever hear of John Iiillingsboy? Great student nt college. Worked hard. TINNING & PLUMBING, Graduated at the head of his class. Finest. Latin scholar the Institution STANFORD, KY., ever turned out. Well, he's n professor Is now prepared to do all kind of Plumbing In the college, now, and getting nlong mid Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean splendidly. Has a salary of $1,S00 a lllnek Diamond IUxr I'uiul. Telephone o. L'O, residence. Shop nil MM St., opplto J. year." "Never heard of him before. What of II. llitUKlitnnn & Co." Mill 91-- tf re. J.T.Jones, who weighs only 08 pounds nnd iimke-- a hundred dollars a day." Chicago Tribune. Dribbler him?" "Nothing, only he's a brother of that famous little horse jockey, Itlllingsbny, A.C.SNE, I'CALIIK Ileudlnu (,'hn meter. In. conceit. writes an illegible hand does it because hi thinks people nre willing to puzzle over It, In other words he Is a chunk of In my opinion, n man who IL U M IB F. B9 SASH Scribbler Not nlwnys. Sometimes n man writes Illegibly, not because he Ib conceited, but because he Is modest. "Modest What nbout?" "About his spelling." N. Y. Weekly. 1 AN D DOORS, STANFORD, KY. A. cntidiilnte nt an election wns known lo be strongly in favor of Hogging in the nrmy. He saw no necessary disgrace attached to being Hogged. "Why," said he, "I was Hogged myself once, nnd It was for telling the Pcrinniient Cure. Soutnern Railway Tiir run jnniiMi'v "And It cured ye, nnw doubt," said a (Hi rustic in the meeting. llnd (lie Mend Wood on Them. l'BNETU.TI There was none who could plan them a oa(ToUl they knew EIGHT GREAT STATES Hut the man they were polng to "strlne," For he was n competent carpenter who Kentucky, Toniieni. Virginia, (JoorRlti. Could iroverly fnnhlen the UitnR. North nml South 1'nrnMim. And o In tho mldai of their troutle-m- e Aliilxima. MImiIvIii tank They nked him to pilot them through It. Tit-lilts. truth." Hut he n ""Oh. no, I'll bo hancod If 111 do It." -- U A. W. Ilulletln. h liook JutimiIiI: his head ami he winked Through Sleeping Cars llctwcvn UmNvllle mill rel-do- m Tlilnu" of llenuiv. "I am told thnt j'oti havemany dnlntv dlMlii'w at your boorillng-hoiipr.ltl ." the Smth. KildutT to Guldsboroiigh. THREE IJAII.Y TRAINS KhcIi wny between W. A LoHl-vlllehi- id "We lime." replied Gotillorouh. "The liiudlady's daughter ix a very skill-ti- l china painter." Detroit Free PreKH, .No lln(ttn. P. A. Wiuliittcton Tl'ltlv. l 1' A . D. V. !l TAVI.OK. A t louUvlllc. Ky. Ki-Hii- lt - st s Ash-bridg- "I wonder." Mild the man of n MtitK tlml turiK "I wonder how much powder K drat roved dully In meJea valine.' "There must be n lot," said the frivOK sr.NKnKI. olous girl, "but suppose w mil en will go on kinintr ouo another the Paid up Capital, Surplus, ksiuc." 1 Ttt-ltlt- Itcllpf In oluhl. Farmers Bank&Trust KY. 520D,CCO Co jut 00 17,603 80 e. 1 high-lander- s; out-stati- tin-othe- r nul-lish- er nd well-know- n Mlkcoiitt rnrd. f 1U vlMMer. iltfmttort rortluM She Yes, father Jook a drop loo ndlr Tl-- l jm of il.-la NallwiMl lUtitt, Mr M In.hTMualty to lit Wrhtiil-- n Wlwt much nnd It caused hibuVath. lUMl Wwk thit4n it Ho I lit mil pern nee Is mien a sod Ihfextrlil ! alltit' nfUHlml ttt lhomfit thwvaf, lawMllkM the tt It any rl III mrh kn thing. , aifull fi She Fir, my father wa an aeronaut h lYndrrlnt: our thiiki tW UhIiimm t u, r Imtt Inwj will ototiniie and met his denth In hh last p.i rachitic thrlr gmmwlM-fa- r tMitt-trillionvr a tuitoM), mil leap. Up To IV.ite. In to Miui'wr r' viut(HUtwt M ii Hltnt mil it Illtal Iter .Medlcnl Adlce. with miuihI tuiiiVIm;. Mrs. O'lletlly (tenderly, to Noma, DlaacTOMV. who has just recovered from a severe J. J. William.. Ml. V. II. CumiuIim, l't(cfcmilli, illnok) Don't ate anything, darllnt. J. II. J. 8 0ily.Sr., while yer stomnch's itttptx. .list wait S II. Sln-i- . William tiih, V 8 J. Kml.ry, Cl till it's full, an' thin phwnt ye ato won't A W. I!, l.rnn. J. .Mrt.oh-hurl ye. Judy. J. N. orricaat. Worked lloth V.'n 8. H.ShiBki. "I saw MidkiiTand Mumaw yesterday. J. II U.ly i's.Mk, W ,M UrWM 'Win and both of them were howllugdriiuk." "Yes; MidkitT was celebrating beeniice he won n lot of monex on the election and Mumaw got dim tile becitu NATIONAL BANK he had lost." N. V. World. 11 lt-- M r.rilr, Ht.ll-Mu- l. n ()-- ait-wt- of Unk-IM- K 0lr, . J- - 5wtn 1 1 Ir4!t: FIRST OK STAN J OKI), ICY The Southern ex-Stn- te 12,-2S- S Norfolk, Vn., May Tickets on Mile vli tho Qtieon Cro.tcenl Ilnulo at the rate of ono fnrc for round trip from nil itolntri on Itn lln.t to Norfolk on account of tho Southern HiipllM, Convention, which mectn at that point. Mny Datoi of huW May 2nd to dih. good to return 1(1 dnyu aftor ditto of ak. The mo-4attractive route to Norfolk f via the Queen & Cre-coRoute. 2. nuptial Convention, Capital Stock $100,000. thltU thr Surplus, $15,750 t Attention of the tilll ) rallnl to the Utt that only Uonal Hank In Mantonl DuNational Hank Art ller the pruMtloiM ol tti not only ly thrrapltal Mock, ilrillor aieK-urc- l itaMltty lor an amount biUtiytlie rmialln tlioiwW tat'iuriil are 2 t ami lu each year to tlie l'mtr.1 State at alatnl tliiu-- i iwli are ei.iiilne.1 Kaihlltlonal andly notrnmirnl tint recuili iwrlret aalrt; l.ii-l!iiHti- Hut oVimMtoraoMlili lntltii-(lul- l - aworu 1'1liy a fuml of t JlO,Ui ot Hip roinllliunul the lkiiik are luaile t nt county. Aaron Haker, aged l yearn, wua klllod by a log rolling over him In Hell 2-'- andai;aln the National Hank of Stanford In rrorKaulml ai the I'lrnt National Hank of Stanford had practically an uiiiiilerriitel eilit-eiiofIn has now will. i yearn. It l letter Mcllltlra for tranactli!i IhijIiicm promptly and llh -- rally In If Imic and honorable than rvi-- Iwfore carrer. Arrounti of Individual, and Individual! aolitltf-d- . toilrputttoia. Till Institution oriclnally ctaMlilipil a the llink ol Stanford in )A tlivii rrurKanlml De-N- u l'.', iillnl r UINKCTOKI $5o-00- 0 Some Plain Facts. Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of greater or less degree, arise from lack of knowledge of the tfuth, and more frequently from deception. The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United States. There is no learned judge, skilled lawyer, or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country. The people have been deceived, officials in power, chosen to administer justice under the laws, have ignored their sworn duty, and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry, reduced property values and beggared millions. is no authority of law, either There specific or by inference, by which gold alone is made the only money with which to discharge debts, either public or private. The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity. Plain and ample information, facts, and truth, concerning this almost successful scheme to corner the wealth of the people, is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newspaper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy. The Weekly Enquirer is only 70c. a year. The address is Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. one-hal- f, J.II.Colller.CrahOrclrd M, I) Kliuore, S. T. Ilarrli, " J S llorkrr, " W. T. Walton " K, Iteld, l.lnooln Co.; T J. W, llayden, Stanford ' S. II. lUugliman, . V A M. taiifonl. nrriCKM. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. Hill, Tribt.le, " ' J S. Mocker, IYcMdent; A A J. J. Mcltoberta MrKlimey, AMlatantCa.liler. Chl g, the-ate- n, 24 HOURS Tho Floritlii tt New Orlentm i.iiuitctl trains of the Quoon St CrOSCOIlt ItOUtO run through lo JncfcHonvilleaml New OrliMHiH in ''! hours from Cincinnati. These fHHt trains aro of tho lincst typo, luxuriously lined, ami running on n peril ct Winter Tourist Low round-triticket on sale throughout the North. An elegant service of Cafe, Parlor, and Observation Cars ou tlies-trains. Double daily trnin service roiiil-lii'p e er Write for inf .rination to W, C. Klnearhon, Gen'l IWr Agt. Cincinnati. 0. Bend iO centH for tine Ait colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Clilcka-iniiug- n. m Ijjmjra Trade Marks COPVRIQHTS &C. Anyone "ending a aketrh and deacrtptlnn may quickly nscertntn nur opinion freo fn ether an Inrentlon la nrobnbtr nittentalilo. Coinmunlrn,- tionaalrlctlyroiitJdentfal. Handbook on Patents aent freo. Jldeat aneticY foraccurlnir UAtent. I'atenta taken thrnuirh ilunn A Co. recclre ipfttat notice, without chnrito, lu tbo handiomely lltniitrated weekly. Lara-eadi eulaltnn of anv acfontitlo tournal. Term, $3 years four raonthi, II. Hold by all nowadealere, K t BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Designs ol undue-developme- lux-urin- nt Scientific American. Pn aetBro-dw,- ,. Branch Offleo, (Si K Ht., Waiblnuton, D. NpW Ynrk C " i . ""X." yrrrrr zmmzxwmmw TP J ( i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! 'V i -- Sr.i: Withers' wall paper nd. in an- m Miss Edna Camnitz, of Ilustonville, other column. spent sovoral days with Miss Luetic Stanfoud, Ky., Mak. 15, 1898 Cooper. , hill onion sets for ealo Mlts. E. P. FAUl.CONi:it,.of Danville, by O. J. Newland. E. C. Walton, Uusinhss Manaoi:k. spent several days with Mrs. A. W. W. W. WlTlIUKS carries ttic largest Carpenter. Mlts. Sophia II conns Is very low at stock of wall paper. Tin: best physician can't euro you If ine uomo oi Air. j. ai. AicKooerts on EAULY IIosk, Peerlcbs and Burbank you do not follow his directions. Get Danville street. seed potatoes. A. It. Florence. The beat medicine- too. That is the LAWYKlts It. P. Jacobs. It. J. Itrcck- only kind we funish. Penny's Drug LaNdhutii's seeds In paper and bulk. lnrldge, Itobort Harding and others Store. Now and fresh. W. B. Meltoberts. were here from Danville yostorday. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, MILS. Cuutis Covmt was down from FOlt J tKNT. Warehouse back of Dan- - Crab Orchard with her father, Mr. AlMiss Sauik Litx.viin went to Warren & Shanks. J. S. Murphy, Sr. fred Davis, yesterday, to Interview a ovillo Saturday. Gaudk.V seeds In bulk and package, Mil. Haxu. CJl'BST, of Louisville, was dontist. The line ol Springs Shoes just opened is the most complete ever in my place. Hkv. G. II. TfliNKli and W. L. Cald- groat variety. Iligglns& McKlnncy. lure yostorday. Viewed from the standpoint of Jkssk Wai.tkk Is studying photog well, Jr., of Itoyle. were here yesteri?!t,OCO to loan in sums of not lc-- than day. Mr. Turnor will preach at Walruphy under A. J. Earp. 61.000, on real estate. Apply at this A nkw boy arrived at Guorgo l'on nut Flat next Sunday. ollico. Mlt. C. C. GON'Klt wont down to dleton's Satunlay aduruoou. A VKIlY large crowd attended court GuoiKiK Hcuto.v, of Pittsburg, aatno Wuynu county Satutday wliuro hu will yostorday, but it appears that they bo married to Miss Myrtlo down Saturday to bug his father. My Ladies', MiH"s' and CJiildu'n'H Shoes and Half Shoes are Miss Uki.uk Hoot, of Danville, Smith, a handsome and opular young came more for fun than business. lady. spent a few days with frlonds hero. Gknti,kmi:n ! You should examine ! HON. T C. Hki.l, of Harrodsburg, Miss Pattik McDowici.l spont Satour Hue of bpring clothes. Style, qualwho is thinking of running for Con- ity and lit tho best. Severance fc Sons. urday and Sunday at home In Hoyle. Dli. E. J. UltoWN was laid up several gress, was here yesterday meeting our In Medium-PriceMen's Goods my stock is also very strong and I invite early day; wuuk with his vaccinated jwoplo. Mr. Hell is a line gcntloman inspection from one and all. Cnn lit anybody's foot and nearly anybody's head. on the Danville turr! Tin: and n capital democrat, and can give pike wus sold at auction yestarday to J. arm. It is a pleasure at all times to show goods whether you wish to buy or not Do Mil. S. J. KmiiiiY has boon conlluud more and better reasons for tho faith M. Bryan for S.50 and the one at d not think you have to buy just because you looked at them a look is without to his room by sickness for sevoral that is In him than most anybody wo money and without price. was withdrawn at &if0. know. His reception here was deciddays. Till-- continued nice weather made Mlts. M. J. Muhimiy Is visiting her edly cordial. many farmers talk about planting corn Mr. Norwood, in LOCAL HAPPENINGS. yestarday, which they gay they will do t at once if the spell continuos. Miss Litrn: Hiiaxiiv wont to Mt. FlSlllNu tackluatCraigA; Iloekor's. Sterling Saturday to visit Mrs. II. It. TllK small-posituation In the mounHrlghU NoitTllKltN seed poUitoos nt A. It. tains is Improving. Only two new cases MlW. GKOltuit f). W'HAttlCN was visit- Florence's. wei-ireported at Middlobboroand at r.o ing her daughter, Mrs. It. 0. Hall, at makes thu prices low on other point Is the disease epidemic. With Kits Somersot. wall paper. , IN tho county court yesterday the Mies. Sam Piiisi.1'3, of Ioxligton. reNltW line of straw hats just received will of Mrs. Ella Thurman was probaturned yesterday nfUir a visit to Mis ted; sevoral overseers of roads appointLllllw Peyton. at Mark Hardin's ed and a number of reports of fiduciary WlI.UK SODItN, of Louisville, Is tIs Nokthkun Seed Irish potatoes, on ? Itlng Ms gruwl'i,mrtnts, Col. uim! Mrs.j I WILL pay cash for sound walnut sottloments conflrmud. logs, Is Inches up. A. C. Sine. ion sets, garden seeds, A:c, at Higgins W. 11. Dudderur. TllK telephone line from Crab Orch & McKlnney's. Mlt. W'u. SicvkkaNCR loft ysswnluy SKKD Potatoes and Garden Seeds of nrd Is up ns far as Neodmoro. Messrs. for Louisville and Clnclnuntl to buy all kinds at Warren & Shanks'. ' J. G. LYNN was procuring signatures A. II. Hastin and W. A. Carsonarethe moru Spring goods. of stockholders In the Ottonhoim pike CHKAP cow feed of all kinds always ownors and say they will connect with Dr. Jam its P. ltiPKit, Into of this yestorday to donate their interest In the exchange hero. county, has Ihseii rulnstttel as health on hand. J. II. Itaughman & Co. e for a church and everythe 8? ollluur of Covington. C. C. body he uskod Signed. As ft sold for POSTPONKD. Commissioner ArritNTlON Fi.Sllltlt.MKN I A full and Mk. and Mhs. W. J. Hoqan, of Gar Fox was up from Danvlllo yostorday to $100, it is worth about SI. 13 n share. oto : rard, wore guests of liar brother, Mr. compUto lino at W. B. Mcltoborts'. soil the Guest lands, in this county, but Gentlemen, wc call your attention to our now and extensive line of Henry D. Hauglimaii. Has A Pass. -- County Clerk Georce LOST. Black satin sash. Leave at a compromise was elfected and tho Trousers in allgrades from Jeans at 50c to Uncst Cassimeie nt SJ'.SO. MisbCaukik VANAitSOAi.it. of was given IK) more dnys to pay B. Cooper in receipt of an annual Severance V Sons and get reward. We call especial attention to our i?l, $1.50 and 2 goods. We have mine up Saturday to visit tho balance, which is not large. pass over the Chicago, St. Louis, Tole- rt?i Ml Ophelia Luokoy. 11 Hill grade gouts' solid cold watches do A: Richmond railroad. The Maslllon lb OlMt books are In J. C. McClary's Miss Maiiy IlAltltlS, of the Colloge, cheap for next live days. Dunks, the Bridge Co. it thinking no doubt hands and he will bo gliid to receipt that probably Mr. C. would use his spent a day or two with Miss Hyrd Jcwalor. those who wish to pay tholr accounts. "lluence" for that company if the counGlvons In thu country. IIcpfmaN, of Huston-vlllEcus for hatching, barred Plymoth It is not our intention to sue any one, ty needs any iron bridges. He is very Mlts. Hki.kN And believe we have the best Values that money can buy. Ilig men wan here lnt week to sue hur sis-i- Itocks, as good as tho country affords. but our accounts must be settled within proud of the pass but fears that ho will jjw rjei tho next few weeks. M. S. fc J. W. never use it unless the railroads near- r H. J. Mcltoborts. can find good values in extra sizes at 11.50 to $3.50. If we can't please Mrs. PrNslu Dryo. Baughman. (E& Capt. Pun. C. Pmci; has been sick er home help him over their lines till Rg you in our ready made stock Tins Is the first extra sheet that wo for n week and Urakeman Lowis Hrady A round-triIn the Woodford he reaches the above. Ti:n Thousand. have had to Issue since Dec 'M. The has boon running thu 1C. C. revival of business comes very slow In circuit court, Mrs. Owsley Evans was pass between Stanford'and Ilustonville Mus. Anna D. VAN.lt8iALK,of Hur-- t awarded 810,000 agulnst tho Louisville would be of much more service to the rodbburg, came up Friday to visit her those quarters. Southern for the killing of her husband clever gentleman. daughter, Mrs. H.J. Mcltobertr. A I.OCAI. wind of Saturday night several years ago The suit was for CntculT CouitT parsed in its chips Mlts. J. S. IIuciCKli will ontertaln blew down Frank Holuolnw's bam and $:t0,000 and at tho two previous trials Saturday evening, after quite a busy yf,' Hundreds of Samples to select from. 1'iice, J3.23 to $10 per pair. the Economical Lunch Club Thursday shook hh dwelling fearfully. Two thoro wore hung juries. Hon. Robert Come and scp them. afternoon, commencing at - o'oliHtk. mules worts In the barn but wore not Harding managed the case with his us- session of two weeks. The case of Dr. rJ" John R. Owsley vs. George Austin, &e.f has been hurt, Jamks IIoi.txci.aw, who ual consummate skill. Mrs. Evans lives for S7o0 damages because their traction with hie brother, Frank Holtatclaw, for bore now and is in very bad health. engine set lire to and burned his barn SW TllK moonshine still belonging to II. some time, returned Friday to Holekow, J.i Casporito was sold by Deputy J.M. TliN days or more of beautiful weath- and &00 bushels of wheat, resulted in a Mo. Carter yesterday for U, a single barrel er, and no winds, have gotten people to verdict for the defendants. CiAltl.ANl) SlNUMrrON, sohool and a Winchester think that March is not so bad a month In less than six days after the compur-so- n shot gun for $1,110 ha- a new deputy In the Thin-darllle for ?rt. as it has been cracked up to be, but It mission of tho deed, Will Blakeley on which arrive! of a lln is best not to halloo till wo get out of heard tho sentence of seven years passDKATH. Miss Kate Hundley, one of of the Collegiate Year. Is97 OS will open Tho Second Mlts. F. G. Hocil and Missus Kmina Washington county's wealthiest and tho woods. There aro 17 days more ed on him for the killing of Cato Cren, and LSxxiu Gruun, of Porryvillu, wore most esteomed women, died Thursday. yet, In which to spoil tho good reputa- shaw. There wat no immediate reason 2-5tl3ivdCond.b37-made in the last 11. A heavy rain for the killingand the Commonwealth's miosis of Mrs. A. It. MoKlnnuy, at Sho was a sister of Councilman J. S. tion, Sunday and Attori ey says that had not the charac- Now pupils entering lit thnt time will do received Injo the eliise-- . Tor full Information nay. Hundley, of this place, and ho was foil Saturday night, but yesterday were as clear and as pleasant ter of the dead man been proved to be cull on or write to Mlts. Su'fi.kv at the College or wrlt,e for cutulnguu. V. It. Davidson, of MolCln-neItitv. presunt to pay her thu last tribute of WILLIAM SHELTON, as May days. Tho weathor bureau so vicious, a life sentence would have has runted a house In South Som- respect. thro wed a damper on It however by resulted. Crenshaw was an overbearand Is moving his family to it. mm erset 'lteporter. Tin: pack of hounds of B. F. Powell predicting "Increasing cloudiness, pos- ing man when drinking und Blakeley, who had Interferrcd in u Huson of his - and Illchard Denny caught a largo rod sibly followed by showers Tuesday, Mlt. II. J. Dahst Is back from Clrwas in constant fear of assault. oluvlllo. O.. where he went to uttond fox last Tuesday night aftur running slowly rising temperature. Justice was pretty swift in tho case since him - hours. They have tho mammy the burial of an uncle, who ho has To the Mill of INDIAN Pipi:. Mr. Cicero Reynolds of Will Blakeley. He tired the fatal fox in training for tho spring races, him 1,000. learned loft Bhowod us an Indian pipe, which was shots late Sunday afternoon, the Oth. JAMKS Enui.hmaN, who has been feeding her well on G. L. Carter's found recently by his son, Exra, while Tuesday he was indicted, Friday tried with It. II. Dank for Ave years, loaves ducks. hunting on Dr. E. M. Estcs' placQ near and Saturday sentenced to serve seven ? Monday to tako a position with McDon FiNK POUIntY. Morris J. Farrls, McKlnncy. It is made of a hard, years in prison. This is the way all aid, tho Danville juwuler. Stanford, Ky., Manufacturer", of and Dealers in little son of Mr. J. E. Furls, Is prepar- glassy stone, unllkoany in this locality, Miss Maiiy C. Davis, who made ing to raise lino chickens, ducks, tur- and weighs 1J pounds, with a bowl crimes should be attoncd, but unfortunately it never occurs except in the many frlonds during her stay with Mrs. keys, iVc, on an oxtonslyo scale. Hardlargo enough to contain a quarter of a case of a poor and friendless Negro. McHoborts, rotdrned to her ly a day has passud In tho last two Vv. It. pound of tobacco. It is very elaborateTho court decided that the county homo in Louisville Friday. weeks that ho has not received by ex- ly carved, tho front showlug tho head Shipstuir, Com Chop, Hay, Seed Oats, Coa Ac. must pay the oUleial stenographer for Mus.Cl.KO IJuoWNand Miss Ella May press some highly bred fowls from a of u turtle, the back resembles a duck services, and an order was made directSaunders were on yesterday's train distance, one Friday from Massachu- and tho lower part was evidently in- ing tho county judge to pay Miss Anbound for tho markets to buy millinery setts. tended to represent a frog. On tho nie Alcorn $5 a day. for Mrs. Hrown's Mt. Vernon store. Any day. Where At your home in biaouits mado of our Hour. So bring us your sides of tho bowl, live carvings of wigTho cost of jurors during the term wheat and pet 515 pounds of our "Alpine Snow" Flour and 10 pounds of llran, or 37 Wau. J. L. Frohman & Co., of the Mlt. JuilNS. Wki.ls was up from wams appear, and the whole indicates was $702 and the trustee of the jury pounds of llour for every bushel of wheat. You cannot make a mistake by trying; Danvlllo Sunday, apparently much Globe, Danville, luivo declared war, not that it was thu property once of some fund, G. L. Penny, being $001.55 short this ilour as we will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it and if you aro pleased with his trado. Mrs. Wells on Spain, but on high prices, and issue bold, big, bad medicine Indian, who of that amount, an order was mado on not satisfied bring the llour back and wo will give you your whoit hack. U not this a half page proclamation in this paper, will not join him for a week or two. fair enough? Also, we mako tho best granulated corn meal to be had and tako probably smoked It as a pipe of peace, for grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our llour. r Miss Claiia IjACKKY, of Lincoln tolling tho people how low tho best tho bettor to bo able to light his adver- j tho auditor foe It, Mrs. Mollle Mitchell was granted a county, is visiting tho family of her goods can bo bought from them. If you sary. It Is a very valuable specimen brother, Mr. Sam C. Lackey, on Col. don't go before, be sure to call on them and Mr. Reynolds has already refused divorce from John Mitchell. Shcriu S. M. Owens was allowed $24 county court day, 21st. lego street. liar rodsburg Dumocrat. a good sum for It. for waiting on the court and Jailer 0 JriuiK M. C. Sacfuky and CommonWli.n Ducks. Allen Hansford killand for of We all Paudonkd. A few evenings ago George W. DeBord, S48 for service to has will takemild kind havefarm products in exchangethan coal,should since the winto woalth's Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr., ed three teal ducks and captured ono have and now. we we contracted for more coal been so lights and lire. and for We make a market for your wheat, hay wont to Lancaster yesterday to begin a alive near tho pond back of Greonborry Messrs. V. F. Sheridan, J. A. Mudd, tho court must sell it of coal and we must dispo-co- f our coal in this marIt was at Crab Orchard and not at and corn, Ac, by exchanging it for term of the circuit court. Height's Saturday. Ho found a ready L. M. Wostorllold and A. C. Fishback You will always find our prices lower thnn the lowest. Now is tho suggests market, for tho dead ones, while Hon, tried their marksmanship at a target Stanford, that the L. it N. was Indicted ket in return coal A I.KAIMNC minister hero and bring in your farm products before you get busy with plowing. ollico at for failure to provide water closets at time to haul dispatcher's In front of .Col. V. (L Welch, of Stanford, for Fontaine Fox Bobbin paid a fancy prlco Rowland. the u a til.il is a heavy line to its depot. Agent J. S. Rice hero Is too Give There of tho Confederate for tho live one, which ho took with brigade ' promised to lick the Spaniards. him to Crab Orchard to ralso on his shoot within tho limits of that town well supplied for the grand jury to get brigade H- and tho olllcors seeing u fat thing in after him. .Mlddlesboro Herald. farm, "Bnglomcnt." tho case arrested them on the charge. ' Miss Hkaxkm., tho Collego SecreThe consumption of handkerchiefs WE II vn Jl'ST TiKrEIVED A Bought LookJDknny out. A. L. A great many witnesses were summontary of tho Young Women's Christian although the de- throughout the United States amounts Association, will address tho students Denny, tho druggist, has sold his stock ed to run up costs and to get Judge Barnctt oil to about 75,000 do.en daily. This means of goods to Mr. John S. Wells, of Stan- fendants tried of Stanford Female Collego this morn25,:i75,000 dozen yearly or :i2i5,500,000 Tuesday, at Mtt) o'clock. Tho ford. Mr. Wells took charge this morn- tho bench ho declined to vacate. They single handkerchiefs. To satisfy this ing, ing and will continue tho business at wero willing forjudge Bailey to try youilg ladles of tho town aro cordially enormous demand thero aro always tho same stand. Mr. G. I. Caldwell has tho case but ho would not permit It. Invited to attend. In Cincinnati at least And are otk ring some along with tho stock. Mr. Thoy thought It was too plain what kept in stock Dlt. T. II. ItAKKlt, postmaster of Lou- Invoiced handkerchiefs. and Mr. Shoi clerk In Wolls and his estimable wife will be was to bo done to them isville, II. U. Jenks, The largest poacli orchard In th. accordingly got up a petition to Green-wa- y highly desirable additions to tho comTi' the railway mall service, W. E. 1 will be heartily welcomed. Gov. Bradley to pardon them. It was world, more than 150,000 trees on 4(51 Heard, Jr., all of Lou- - munity and and Wm. and ta- acres, and lying near Jeirorson vllle, g signed by our leading citizens is a skilled pharmacist and vllle. were at the .Myers uouso r nuuy He business man. Mr. Denny has ken to Frankfort yesterduy by Mr. lnd., sold under decree of court SaturStanford, Ey Call and See Us. Opp. ',night, en routo to Lancaster to attend the governor, wo learn day foe $1,078. Tho JEtmi Life Insue-unc- e funeral of Capt. Samuel u. itarns, not jot decided what ho will do, but his Sheridan whenpromptly and properly the Co., which held the mortgage, very superintendent of malls, who died in friends hopo ho will remain in Dan- by wire, was tho purchaser. grunted tho relief. ville. Advocate. Is up to seo Mlt.MAXSALlNUr.il, of Louisville, after his store. Hakdwaki: lit Warren m m & Shanks'. gMgMKfg'g'?'iSite35I25S n'A&'A&i'xiiatXWA&l'J&X'A&VJm'Aatl'A vtt - FlllST-CLAS- S m H 'l'I ,1 -- -- m m - SHO d I m m m s Style, Wear, Comfort, Price and General Elegance, 1 i Are Simply Matchless if! i.l f m j lat toll-hous- e How-lan- . 1' : grand-dniigluo- r, Lox-Ingto- n. W. H. SHANKS. r i 1 v x - 1 s t$y.n$ fammxttmmmm? ) 'rmmiMmmmmmMm m lf.l m. ill Ml 1 toll-hous- ANTS k w 4i nt il 9 ( iI liar-rodsbur- g, ' 1 .1 $ 1 gj Searched the Markets i it a if e, r, i: p We Can Supply Ton From g s. n 41 '- I bHHjr-lntenden- t, SEVERANCE & SOVS. m ffiMimM2mw&8m3m$m&ffim Se-sl- on - -- y. Stanford Female College. Otl Ta-z-u-a-rsr n i, Mo-Ki- n 1898. I'he-siden- t. y, FREE TURNPIKES! J. H. Baughman & Co. Wheat is Worth If Grain, Fancy Flour, Cora meal, Bran, $1 Per Bnshel one-six- th in Hy i I Regardless four-week- s' Cost. ;.?M J. BHUCHMHN I CQ., Of STANFORD, KY. Car - Load M"J .!'CI&L rf!rs Vehicles, m u lo.l fl- - .150,-000,0- i ox-ohl- ontcr-prisin- BUC1IK Court-HouM- ), Louisville. B. K. WEAREN 6t SOW.' A' '.iv v lfWTJm( mmmmtmmaaSitmmmttm turn " v jpl Near At Hand Is The Strife Of Two Great Nations I We are on the Verge of War which will soon take place. We, like Uncle Sam, make Competitors f back down. We have the Finest Line of Men's Clothing Ever Shown in the State. CHILDREN'S FINE SUITS, Don't Fail to See Our Our Ammunition is Prices; the Best Results for Little Action. OUR $10 SUITS For Spring Are Beyond COMPARISON. See our line and Save Money. Finest line of SHOES in the State. ! bfco72 Stacy Adams & Cos.' Fine Shoes Full Line And Styles Stetson's Fine Hats ! Fedora Hats worth $2, now 98c. SHIRTS. Well we can show you goods that only fine city trade ries, at much less price. MANHATTAN SHIRTS. car- SUITS MADE TO ORDER, and Kept in Shape For One Year Free of Charge. G- - ood socks, 5c, worth 10c. Don't buy anything in our line till you see our prices. All goods guaranteed. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., P THE INTERIORJOURNAL BRIEF NEWS K-y-" DR. R. 7VY. ? HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & vestigating. Thomas Robb, of Manchester, O., SURGEON, ln vbllds.oATvieoAa.ye andrrldars called Mrs. Rosa Reed to her door and - - Kentucky. at Stanford, shot her to death. He then shot and ROBERT FISH, SJ2 i YKAIl IN J,TVa2Cm Ofllco out Hlggli) .: MeKlniiex Store. killed himself. Tho crack barber, I now back at his old The Covington Commonwealth says When not to paid SS. CO will e charged. M ktniiil In Mr, Kglierti. More room ready to that etrorts are being made to offer the s Klvo jou a tdinvu and haircut Alt work trustees inducement to locate one of call on him Your Life needing pleav should t rnli Onluird, He 05l LOCAL um to jou the reform schools there. 30 barrel llourlnp A The body of an unknown umbrella-mende- r Fayette county has fixed the tax rale Mill with Elevator, line Kesddeiici' undMvk Inves was found near Sebree. TIME GIRD, of wheat mid corn for kuIc Mill running at Ijjc and the city cf Lexington at tigation proved that death had result full tlmu and disjoint; of entire out put ut 31.20. The plant uliould lw KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. hntlsfnctory price Majestic, left Liverpool ed from blows on the head. The steamer Will Ik) sold uln M'Oll to In) "iiMiroolutfd. lodging house In New A 4 p ui with 82,532,500 In gold on board for TralnalcaTe Stanford at 7:10 a. m. and, brinmlu. HI health force we to null the the ijiIlfiriKbuliRv. Tertnt ea.i . I'nll on or returning at 4: 25 p. m. and U:05 p. ui York was burned and 25 charred bodUnited States. C C VANAHSOALn. address Over ies were taken from the ruins. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Iluitouxllle, Kt President Polk's old home near 250 persons were asleep in It. II 37 p in Nashville has been bought by Judge J. Rev. J. M. p. Simcr (d n it, not No. 21 Train going Kortu 3 13 a in ..... " The United States cruiser Montgom " Wo. 26 " is holding a revival at Rooky Ford 12 10 a in M. Dickinson for S20.550. " hvuitn. No. 25 " ery has arrived in Havana harbor and Baptist church. Row W. E. 27 p m " . " No. 2.1 " Foster, of Beedy Norman, an girl, is moored near tho wreck of the Maine, OF BROOKLYN. Koralll Points. was accidentally killed by Cecil Wil- and In the center of a circle of Spanish Louisville, preached at tho Baptist DcilllTH III ItO'JHH TICKCTS fcOLD. ships. church at this place Sunday. liams, a boy, at Maylield. UAUUAGE CHECKED THltOUGll. : Twenty miles of railroad tracks in Tho Middleburg base ball olub that The American Thread Company bus For any Information enquire ol boon incorporated in Nqw Jersey with Chicago will be elevated this summer. has organised will probably be ready' Order Olllce mid Peed Kxrhtwijre near il JOE S. IUCE, Agent, Co., Scotland. Tho cost will be in thenoIghborhood to meet all comers by the first of next UrovdiiL'. Depot St Stanford. Kv Stanford, Ky. a capital of $12,000,000. will give employment month. Mlddieburg was victorat each Coal Yard, .Mill St , latel .1 II. IllpKln A Chicago girl named Pinky Stony of 8"5,000,000 and KOUNDUD 1HOC. stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed Jim ND GIKCI NATI. FRAHKFOR match game played last year. tried to poison a young man, who to 25,000 men. VIA GEOUULTOWN. Some smart Aleck started the Dr. Nelson Clouser, aged 87, of Mun-cllaughed at her big feet. p. M. A.M .u. A. M s Ind., Is seeking divorce from his rcjort that there were two of An American firm has closed a con200 Lve. Somerset, 35 Arl2 55 ' 11 31 820 tract to build 125 miles of railway in wife, who is ust 17. He charges that small-po- x " Jet. City, 315 ut Kldd's Store. There was 6 hTANKOUP, KY. 6 30 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 85 05 MRS. U. I). SIMI'SON, 1'ror. she makes his home a rendezvous for no foundation for such u report. Sev" 6 30 " Frankfort, 300 Mexico at a cost of 82,500,000. 1155 .30 o eral have vaccinated at this place and Lancaster, : Kentucky. John Bush ate rough on rats at Ilazel improper porsons. G 10 5 30 8 10 Arr Paris in Daily exctpt Sunday. Jumes Glvens, aged SI, others will do to. We understand that C. Green because he was out of money C. D.UEKCAAV, O. P, A. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd of Col. J. G. Craddock, of tho they are vaccinating at Liberty also. and hungry and ashamed to beg. lablo. Everything I'urtcrs was brought from Pur-i-s The Literary Society met at the usu- meet The principal nations of the world QUEEN & CRESCENT. 80 trnins The yesterday and placed in the insane al hour Friday night with K. G. Marhave 2,291 wurshlps, mounting 8,353 Trains pass Junction City as followo asylum here. Lexington Herald. tin In the chair. On account of the ab3 51 p m guns, mostly of very heavy caliber. 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. South SPRING, 1898. 12 02 nm " 4 " .....3 21am No. 3 " Prof. J.S. Driscal. a shorthand teach- sentees the progrum was not rendered. The contract to rebuild tho Fayette " 32 p m 31 a m No. 5 Stanford, Ky., "6 " 6 00 a w county court-hous- e ..... 8 20 p m "10 No. 9 was let to Clark & er at Nashville, swallowed it large A committee was appointed to select a 'J and 10 run no further No and 2 do not stop. Howard, of Lexington, at 8134, 100. quantity of morphine after administer- subject for, un extern porffnuous debate. than Junction City Is Receiving liis And Thomas Wagers, of Butler, Ind., did ing a dose to his wife, which killed her. The subject was: "Resolved that Web The Illui) ClnisH Nurseries olferiMor thing not know it was loaded and fatally Unfortunately the doctors saved him. ster was u greater Statesman than Cal- ror urcnuru, unnieti, i.awn. .no Aumn. Goods. wounded a young brother with an old Capt. Samuel B. Harris, superinten- houn." Preston Fogle and K. G. Mar- Straw berry nnd general nursery Catalogues A. S. PRICE, pistol. Goods Warranted. dent of mails, and W. S. Jones, assis- tin defended thoalllrmative and Prof. on application to II. V. HILLENMEYElt. Surgeon Arch Davis, of Portland, O., drank tant cashier of the Louisville Banking W. T. Ford spoke for tho negative. Tho Tuliilione i'U7. (10'J) Lexington. Ky. Fit Guaranteed. t Dentist, carbolic acid with suicidal intent be- - Company, died within a half hour of judges decided In favor of the alllrma-live- . tj i ti V T. T Give Him a Call. cuusc his sweetheart wouldn't dance each other at the Norton Infirmary in C. C. & lam lord, Ky. with him. John II, Castlicman. . U. Laniuw, Louisville. The will of Amos R. Eno, lute pro The body of an unknown umbrella OSloeoTcr McKobcrtV Drug Store la theliOtrsley In an Interview at Chicago ArchUulldlng. prietor of the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New bishop Ireland declared: "No true mender was found near Sebree, Web A few energuth; and York, disposes of an estate valued at American Catholic will talk of espous- ster county. Investigation showed that wanted to canvass. ladles Hillarygentlemen guaranAbove address. ing the cause of Spain against that of death had resulted from blows upon the teed. Call on orM. tiOOOll, Somerset, Ky. In de L,an'. 820,000,000.. Us It. The company which put the names his country because the former Is a head. HOUND TO SELL, INSURANCE COMPANY of delinquent debtors of Louisville on Catholic nation." James Speed, Jr., will get the water All Oto-,- Oliver Plows, big wall posters has been sued by Mr. All tuoxj Clover Seed. Henry Pennington, who boasts that from Lincoln spring with which to OF LIVERPOOL. All lltoo Seed Sower-,George Bartman, a victim, for 85,000 ho has been confined in 31 jails and christen the battleship Kentucky, at LOUISVILLE4 All tliusu Harness, tho-sdamages. Ky., of Gov. Bradley. Louisville, the request Steel llanffes. All four penitentiaries, broke jail at All thoio good, cheup suites of Furniture, Luther Johnson, a notorious chicken Joahuu XeA'lmll, of Paris, celebrated Leslie county, where ho was con.111 you neonle reuiember mo. thief, was cut in two by n train near fined for horso stealing. John Fee, his pith olrthday last week, fie Is yot AMERICAN & EUROPEAN B3RBEE & CaSTLEOm. I) S. CARPENTER, lIiMonrlllu. Mt. Sterling, Ky. There is a suspi- charged with the murder of Robert hale and hearty and works 10 hours a MAXAUUIS, cion that ho was murdered by two ne- Ashcr, also escaped. day. lie is an expert machinist. The Liiilies ncHtaurnnt is the tlnest in Commerce groes and his body placed on the track. Miss Sarah Ann MoAtoo, the oldest the city, livery convenience for ladies IBuilding, Louisville. Four employes of J. M. Robinsons-NortoSpiegel Grove, the late homo of unmarried white woman in Kentucky, spending the day ia ho city. & Co. are sick of typhoid fever, Agonls Throughout llio outh. Undertaker, Gentlcnen's Cafo on oi'leo (loor. President Hayes at Freomont, O., Sho was quite spry died Hustonville, - - - Kentucky advertised to satisfy a judgment of is and Cecil Kemp, another employe, died at 81.ut' Bardstown. 0 Fi lda same disease, thought to of the THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. damages sustained by Mrs. Addle linen hnnn nntitrauted from dl'lnkini? (iffera his services to the people of West Lincoln Accident insurance companies bet Mn nager. Ural Agent,- and Caey counties. Full stock of Cotnusand Cask. M. Smith in a runaway caused by the water from a public well near tho store y 011 1,000 to 4 that youuvill not die from Music - Tues l.iy, Tnursil ly nnd Sunday eta always on hand. ' nnntilAnl In n 5 Stanford, . - - Kentucky, D. S. Careuter, Manager, Hayes family doj . v.... Kvening. which tho men preferred. 'ul'u" " J nni P-RI- HU Indiana, is dead. Gen. V. S. nosecrans died at his home in California. It is estimated that there are 40,0C0 tramps In New York City. Two million counterfeit dollars are said to be in circulation in the West. Corbett has sued the Klnetascope Co. for unpaid royalties amounting to ?5,-30- 0. A mixture of tobacco with chewing gum Is being sold in Chicago to chilJason B. Brown, of dren, and the health authorities are inNOTATION. MI0DLEBUR6. 15-ce- nt W. F. Wells has gone to Hie Stono Gap, Vu., on business. Farmers are makin? tho fur lly, so to speak. Gardening U in full blast. Rev. Brewer preached four nights and Sunday at the Christian church. We fear the founding of a German settlement at Grove will turn out to be a barren ideality. Mrs. Emma Drye and son, James, are in from Frankfort. As her hunband is a guard and tho Brotiston prison bill passed, sho will not likely return. Albert Keeney left for Louisville Wednesday to cast his fortunes. As he had no promise of a position beforo leaving ho will doubtless have a hard time in finding a job. Ll-me- PHGLPS, YOUNC MEN WANTED. lmru Mir voting nun with amMti.m to work and a iiMful iraile at hoiue xtTluit the .iuujrmntany tti.n and In ny .ic. I. wanted lo Wrn Mjn I'slntlne irado l mall Writ lor inrtl. iilstt. trrm ,v. I iirslMo iuwkn, WadiliiKton xr , ht bulls, Mo S M.r Opportunity of flrt-cl:iujMo-daU- flrst-dn- FIRE INSURANCE r) phhno: Insurance Company' Insurance of 1 NOELcS6SO.N, IUU-ron. Coal, Corn And Hay, Caledonian e, ca.-o- Matson Hotel first-clns- s. R.B.MAHONY.Agt,, H. half-broth- RIJPLEY, Merchant Taiior, Fall 1 1 1 1 1 Trees, Plants, Vines. Vintcr V VI $40 A Month Salary. liars Trouble e . H0JEL Hy-de- n, a T. SUTTON, n 55,-00- W. A. TRIBBliE, 37tf