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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898032501 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. ''yqyy'ywi1'' ' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI I. McKINNEY. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MAROH 25. 1898. et 1 j V : NO. G " r -- Go to Djinvllle m soon s povtllj e und see the lland-omFONTAINE FOX BOBBITT. LANCASTER, Lfne of Judge Brown lined George MeCarley, Misses Phato and Nettle .Mlllor, of shows wiivthk iianwl'I. ok southA Negro womtui died of small pox nt I5KN SOMHRIlS DID SO XVVA.U colored, So for using abusive language, A VJ 1 . visited .Mrs. Ed Paul tills Mills Spring, Kielunond. AGAINST (iltKAT ODDS. A'jJw JL- L- 1ULI S and Wolcome Clark $10 for committing I). .1. Ilobb vt Sons, merchants uud weok. MUs Jennie Huston is oil to a brench of the peace. To lb Ifrlttltr (ft th I.M KRI'lK .Inl HK.W.. coiil operator of Mlddlasboro, made an Junction City on a 'w days visit. .Itt- Mos-t(irecn nnd New Hluo eer shown In till ?tnt. Altti tlie Latest Colorings ' uob Hummulstoin Is in Louisville this Otn Ohchaiid, March 22. During The marriage of Mr. John S. Baugh-- , so the rini-- it DNjiIiiy of New ...... MM., 1...i t.. .1.1 circuit court I was requested by several man, a popular young man of Boyle UOV. lirauioy lias sonnuuis l" "" wuuk duviii - b inn'' coo used by Will Cannon, a you tie man (?;, was to write an Oosuy upon the relative county, to Miss Puttie Glbbs Boazley, dlosboro ami Klohmoml to bu small-po- x suspects. arrested here on Wednesday morning strength of the Federal and Confedcr- - one of Garrard's beautiful aiid nttrac-at- e Ever mnde South of tlie Ohio Klver The trip will j;iy you to ee nnd know how Cheaply patients ami aruiien, and I agreed to do The tlve young ladies, Is announced for you run Scott, wife or Dr. W on a charge of cursing hid stepmother, Mr. Margaret Ilerornt Vour Houe You will And the latest styles for pointing hou-Scott, and a sister of Gov. Bradley, Mrs. A. J. Caruon. Mrs. Carnou is a Federal army in round numbars con- - April 12th. and all Information freely given F. A boy, about 13 years old, named tiled at Somerset, aftor a bbort illness. widow living just out of town on the slsted of 3,000,000 of men, 2."i per cent, has Stanford plko. At this writing Will of whom (T.')0.000) wore foreign troops, Maurice Parrish, wu kicked over the Window' Shades, All Kinds Paints, Uarnishes, Tito fiscal court of Madison bought a roud machine and rook crush- - s in custody of Constable Tom Nun- - to whom this government now pays an- heart by a horse near Preachersvllle Window Glass and i'alnt Itrushes and Art Material at nually SIO.000.000. This is taken from on Wednesday, and death resulted inor with wbluh to keep the plko In or tiullcy der. Prof. J. W. Hall, late of Boston, but our own people and sent abroad to for- stantly. The remains will be buried And here today, Thursday. A fair company Is being organised at now of Shelby City, opened a soloct eign lauds, mainly lo Germany. (0) N. W. MAY, Ci.ekk No 300 Main Street. As the time to which the right to Hustoll Springs. Brodhoud will havo school of IK) pupils here Monday morn- this for assisting In destroying the Inunotbur fair this your, beginning Au- ing He occupius the public school stitutions of our fathers and the origi- veto bills is limited bus nearly expired gust lUth. building. Miss Nannie Kennedy has nal system of our government as fram- it is hoped that the cigarette bill will ! Charles M. Salloc, of Columbia, died also opened a school with 10 pupils, oc- ed by the f.itliors of the Republic. The not be molebted. Several bills have in his buggy Just aftor leaving Loba- -' cupying private property South of the Confederate army consisted of 573,000 been properly vetoed, but, if that bill Will show that we have the best Line of im1 Ho i9n to doiot. Both teachers are said to bo men. For about throe years of the war, is unconstitutional, It Is better to veto turn for hUhomu. Suits for S10 in the country. AshuvUlo, N. C, fo- - hi health. line Instructors and very profitable re- as long as the South had one to five, the constitution and let the bill become she gained the advantage in every nilviir. a white man. was ar- - sults are expected. PriHlehmond, having confe-o- d The tollgato raid, lately made In rested at Mrs. Isabella Lane, who has been portant battle. Look at the great ikiiiIc Da- - Boyle county, shows the existence of a to burning the luuibor Intended for the visiting relatives hore for some time of Bull Hun. McDowell 00.000 and house. He had been drinking and pat, returned to her Garrard county vis, Beauregard and Johnson l.,000. lawloss state of affairs and manifests a iwst nl- -' spirit of anarchy, worse than anything gave himself away. home hut week. She was accompanied Had the policy of the Confederate ' Is beyond comparison. Stacy Adams' son of by her daughter, Mrs. W T. Dodd. J. lowed Invasion and pursuit they could that has occurred in Garrard county, aged Maurice Goodloo, Fine Shoes, Manhattan Shirts. Goodloo, of Boyle, died Sun- S. Hull, of Siiurllngton, Taylor county, have dictated terms of peace upon tho Our citizens regret to see this among Duncan Suits made to order and kept in repair. day of a complication of diseases and is here the guest of his brother, Prof. steps of the National Capitol! Who their neighbors and hope thut abetter CluifO, Van Winkle and thou- - state of things will soon exist. was burled in Hollovuu Cemetery Tues- J.W.Hall. He is a eentleman of in- - say Mr. Joseph Hicks, a native of this day. Ho was a model young man and tulligauce and a plcasunt conversation- saiuls of oilier union men. Look at Pitt-bur- g Landing 35,000 county, who had many friends here, very iwpulnr with all classes. alist. Bowman Smith has moved to the Shlloh or J. L. ritOHMAN A- Co., Danville, Ky. On the Puluski circuit court docket, Van Ouens property on Mlddleburg against 40,000, yet the 10,000 driven died in Danville, where he had lived nro 007 cases, 2:17 of them being street. Cicero Clurkoston has moved back to the protection of the gun boats for 10 yoars, last Sunday and the re- there for criminal olTenros. 13 for feloiilo. to a farm two or three miles from town. and were stacking their guns tosiirron- - ,natns were buried in Lancaster Ceme- Including four murilors. The ca-- e of Mrs. Lula Gooch has been quite sick, der when Gen. Buull came up with 00,- - tery on Tuesday. He wus a member of Kobert Colyer for killing Jim Wicker but lc now convalescent Those who 000 fresh troops. Who told me this? Wolford's cavalry and tho Federal sol- two Federal soldiers who diers of this place marched In a body Htiuin will likely be tried. Court Is now were sick as the result of vaoeinntlon VII (3 LJr-LJUlY . wore there. Look at Gettysburg, the jn front of the procession to the in session. here are sulllolonily recovered lo be at battle of the war. After 500 tery. option oloetlon In the business again. ; The local 1 Yates district, Madlron county, result-o- d The bit of moral Information Impart- cannons ceased to roar, after ."iuO.OOO' James A. Beazley is the father of a This country is full of Diplomas, and we see them every day. They attend-ther- e 9 for the whlskyltos, ed to the iNTKitioit Jochnal by our munketb closed their red lips in silence fine boy. Hon. Robert Harding In a knock-ou- t show their sound and unquestioned judgment ly were found upon that gory field ed court on Wednesday. Mr. John the vote standing :l.i for local oplloc friend and neighbor. Mr. Keuben WilKlght years liams, and imbllshed in last Friday's 43,000 dead men, 23.000 dead Federals Brlght, of Stanford, was In our city and only .tl) against ItSrCHLLJNC ON FOR SHOeS-tAnd 20,000 Southern knights. Why this Monday. Senator George Farris has gave a decided vow Mjr, In which he refers to our ago the district Our Spring line ia complete and we are selling them fast for whisky. to the I. J- u- damaging to great difference In the bravery of tlie gone to Louisville to remain some time A dispatch from London says that our village, would not lie noticed by us North and South? Settled by different in the interest of the house for which two Spaniards ouine to that place with but for two reasons, "vl: First, Mr, races of people, New York and Penn- - ho travels. Gen. D. R. Collier and ai Just as soon ns we whip Spain, we will M?e to that toll gate question. a performing bear. They proceeded to Williams' statement to the press repre- sylvania principally by the Dutch and daughter, Miss Frances, left on Other Northern States by day to witness the lauuchlng of the Pittsburg, a few miles away, whore sentative carries with It 'he Inference .J l:l they pitched their tent. A crowd bogun thm our lorH for and devotion to our Sweodsand Fins. The Puritans, Shak- - Kentucky. Wit Circuit court convened on Monday guy thorn about war, and one of the oaUhu wqM jouJ Ub to Ue and U00OivU ersand Dutch did not believe in lighting. to M The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLS, KY. and after disposing of some civil cases M ii Spaniards remarked that Spain could about another. We do not charire that VlrginiasettlodbycavnliorsundEngllsh whip tho United States "il -- n quicK. Impression, nobility. South Carolina by the French adjourned until Wednesday morning, he Intended to make this livoryono within hoaringdlstaneodrow but mutter spread "by cold type" often Huguenots, who-- e refinement and chlv on which day James Whlttaker was a gun. When It was all over the of- carries with It a variety of luiorpruta airy have left their Impress upon her tried for the murder of his stepfather, fending Spaniard had a ball in his hip, tlons. Second, several of our friends socloty till this day. Tlie South Is still John Grady, nnd acquitted, the proof s showing that Grady threatened to kill whl'io tho tent wa, riddled. The hero, who are of the very best cltlzons American, but the North has boon Hod after tho wound had been In town, have told us that the Item leavuned with the immigration of all him and made demonstrations pointing - to the execution of tho threat. The dressud. should be noticud for tho public good Europe, and principally by an objecpeople of the South grand jury udjourned finally on Wedas well as in justice to oureolf. Now, tlonablc class. The CHURCH CHATTER. nesday after serving bcven days. They wo sook no controversy with our neigh- don't sell their beautiful daughters for empty titles, and swollen gout, and returned 21 Indictments, nearly all of Kev. W S Grinstoad will preach at bor, but will here state emphatically give ton and twenty millions .o boot. which are for misdemeanors. John Mclvlnney at 3 o'clock Sunday after- that our corrosondance to the I. J. has Now recurring to tlie war for u mo- - Kersey, who shot Henry Beazley, who Havo the taoit approved noon. not simply boon based upon truth, but H. Fagaley will commence a is truth dingle btutemont mont: In 1SH, 11 little weak aud fee- is in a critical condition, was indicted Rev. J. Not a Monday has been overdrawn, nor a word picture ble States, divided, distracted, torn for malicious shooting and wounding, e meeting at the night. Preaching will bog In at 7 of thoovlls here existing too highly aud at war among themselves. A largo with intent to kill. Court adjourned Wednesday afternoon until Friday. o'clock. colored. The prominent men In church Union element in North Carolina and Is holding his third and business here, as well as the prl. tho mountains of Georgia, Kat Tennes- The fact that there is but little busiUnule Joe HopHir And Best Line of Perfume;. Soups aud Toilet Article on the Market. tnouting thin winter in Louisville; this vate eltUotio, unbiased by influences see. Union to tho core, West Virginia ness before the court speaks well for time in tho Stuart Uoblnson Memorial other than just, would attest to this as seceding from the grand Old Dominion Garrard county and the court, which up an Independent state and keeps up with the work, church. sertion. Our place of business Is on und Isetting On Tuesday morning tho local board n join nt: tho Fedora! government. Those W'J) Tho First churoh, Lexington, gave Main and our home on Main and Mldt. Preston dleburg streets, thus ulTordlng us an Utile States were without a govern- - of health, consisting of Drs. J. B. brilliant reception to Pastor They were lighting the most1 nalrd, J. A. Amon and II. M. Grant, Blake Ian week. An attractive lunch- opportunity to see and hear many 9i powerful government on earth a gov-- i Issued an order that no one be allowed served. eon was also things wo would much prefer not to i Tho Ho v. F. N. Pochln left !00,0CO witness. Mr. Williams lives on an un- ornmont that had twice whipped Great to enter Garrard county from Richmond II! of the land and or other places where the small pox. Is nothto tho British Bible Society and frequented street and is doubtless Igno- Britain, the master :! I ing to his widow, two sons and one rant of much that goes on huro, that miftress of the ocean. They were with- ' raging, unless in possession of a health ! i Socloty. aftor disturbs many others more favorably out artlllory, without munitions of war, certificate, signed by u roputable phye- daughter. The Bible My Ready Mad Stock will contain the choice tiling i.f the seaon Iclnn. Messrs. J. I. Hamilton, A. T. advice, gave 4200,000 to located. We could mention scores of without guns obtaining logal ii n:iil will be able to fn hish suit in Men's Size from ; to jl.'i. A Anderson and J. M. Fnrra were the fumily. such disturbances, but believe It usolos-I- n purely HUBBLE, guards to execute this quaranIn addition to protracted meetings at this connection. Wo simply cite the J. J. Walker ! having lumber sawed tine, but on Tuesday evening a the Socoud Christian, Second Presby- curiously inclined to the court records was received from tho State In Illch- of terian and Baptist churches the county, and to our future corre- to build him a stock barn. Young, of the Math-od- spondence which shall as fourluesly Dr. Klnnalrd reports Mrs. L. C. Board of Health, ordering that the y mond, Hev. G. quarantine bo raised. So no one is mochurch, will begin one there Sun- send out, and defend the truth hereaf- Klne very sick with lumbago. ii Roy- - Miits ironi Toe to i7.o0, Dogs got among A. M. Bourne's lested unless he be a suspect and then day. Hov. W. S. Grinstoad, of this ter as we havo in tho jHint. Wo have he will not be pormittod to take quar- place, will assist him any human on earth sheep this woek aud killed Kl lambs. no ill will toward ' Tailor-Mad- e George Robineoti stuck a nail In his ter in this city. Tlie board by author- The Advoeato published a letter from aml wlmt W(J ,mve NlWt m. Ul(,y horetif- .: ity of statutory provisions ordered com- uouus, oi mt wi)w sllid with foot while pruning grape vines Satin Ub 1)M1 lUv. Geo. O. Barnos to .1. it. , , ,. . ... .. ill puisory vaccinawou inrougnouiuurrarii Danville, acknowledging the receipt of the boucel hope that good may take the u.... mm is ........ iiuiiu. u.i; ...i icij i....... Kid. George Gowen will preach at county, aud hundreds have submitted. by Mr. Dodds to assist place of evil and that odr town may n S12.A0 collected Fit guaranteed or no sale. Men' Suits from 10 to 180 Knee Pants II the Christian church huro Sunday uf- - During tho forenoon of Wednesday, Dr. In llftlntr the mortgage on his properher former good imnie. Suits to measure. Kiunaird vaccinated 77, Dr. Bush 7(1 ternoou at 2:80 o'clook. ty. This Is tho first money received Five hundred hens wnnteil at 5c per and Dr. Hugh Grunt 50. While the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, by Mr. Barnes under the proposition Kuud Ht Hubble and will be paid for quarantine is olT every precaution is rooon tly made in this paper. An Ohio man killed his sweetheart in Aruuokle's coffee at 10c per lb. being taken und it Is hoped that tho copy of tho Lackey has a ffi Mrs. in and commuted suicide. BuplUt telephone line to Stanford Is dreadful disease will not find its way ti. Our e 'Ml minuted of Tate's Cretk Who want yet lo wenr knee pants suits and can't find Ihem in In Lee county. Vu., Mary Brown, workiog splendidly. You enn hear the into this vicinity. held at Cwb Orchard the I am n w goti is now have an opportunity never offered the1' 18, aud Amos gd 70, iuutim. nHitu- fin rSfHiin Hivor but not for f and long pants, and unking short ymin "Ith Saturday in Augint and days fol- - nged iii taking ! Admirer-W- as your play well done? wore married. riJ,','d roosters lowingT 1J." Tn Crab plain enough to tell who . Look at our sniuples. : suits for ill. Playwright Too well done roasted Mr. Jumes Thomiwon aud MIm Let-ti- e they are. 1 i was reprownunl by J. W. Fochurch il ,... faketch. . .. i ii Harbor, of Pretiehersvllle, eloped i xue receiiv rums jinM"K" ,i. c"wj Edward Dorsey, colored, aged 07 ley, Grove Cook, V. Hothwoll and J. Nicholson, Jr., and Logau's Crook by to Jellereonvlllemid were murrlod. lu this community very much, because years, now rii m , . living at Indianapolis, Iml., Hlatt and Green Lewis Gebhnrd, wed 70, shot nnd of the lack of ditching. It would bo. CruigLynn, T. J. was married la-- t week for tho sixth Darnell. Tho Stanford church U not ktlled'ltis wife, aged 5, and then blow- well for the county to spend some mon- time, his bride being 54 years of mentioned. There weie 13 ohurohes out hU own brains wear Portland, Ore. ey In ditching before tho pikos are enis a native of Scott county and ruluod. in the association and 1,411 members. John W, Ovorby and Miss Tlllio tirely Herring was called to soo Mrs. lived hore many years as a slave. Ho Dr. Mosua Foley was moderator and Alvah Dalton, of Ilopkiiisville. elopod to now owns property in Indianapolis and Maret clerk. The sum of $7.05 was ClarUrtvllle and wore nmrrlod there. da McMelou, who has been very sick draws a pension from the government of malarial fovor. On account of Spenraised for printing minutes, which was Tho bi'Ido is but 10 years old. Georgetown Times. Improved health It was Richmond Chronicle oflhie. dono at tho Logan Bryant, a widower of .'15, aud cer Hubblc's She started from her sleep with a necessary to take him back to tho asy- wild cry: WednoMlay. Mr. II. F. Ililloi. Mis Maggio Trowbridge, aged IS, lum last week. Up to 'There aro burglars in tho house,' U woro married at Nathan Singleton's, Our county superintendent came last she screamed. W ednosday. preciplta- - near Wayne-bu- r school-hoiis- o days this month, with a total ' wnddlug of M r. Monday and condemned our In her joy she could not forbear to Inches. Tho average for ' Cards tiro out for tho Hon of 5 oo repaired to tho amount of to waken hor husband and tell him how, 30 years Is five George M. Freeman to Mis Am the month for the last $113 uml some jet t bo added for ti butinisoo It was 11.01. Tho or, two young people of this city. I ho partnership fence. Some aro arguing at last thoro was a likelihood that a will Uike place Tuesday, April full list of their jowolry and plato driest, March was In 1SS8, when only it will ba belter to dispose of the would gut in into tho newspapers. 8, at the home of Dp W. H. Parker- .- that 117 inches of rain foil. old grounds and house and build a now Detroit Journal. - Williamsburg 'I lines, I jTLn T y c" m zZ? T j4t 9SS x Mcssra II. A. Sommors, of Ellaaboththan repair tho old one. and After Miss Mary Ellen Harrow, of one rather rr town nonry K. Wolfolk, Danville, It is oetimuted that tho direct coat of had paokod her trunk to go to M''ese- - tli'lit! E Mornlngstar, Bowling Croon, Madison, Sam Ellis, u Noirro, w tie n Klncln llrst.i'lrus lint tln.lil.i tc TlieChetok e s a perfect Check Rower; a perfect Hand Dro, Plan'er and a wlfo of Grfton Igo, she as tho ntiempi 10 ry one. members of tho executive committee of- Texas feet Jelf D ill Planter. her mind, iuformrtd hur real tho Kentucky PresB Association ren- changed Dozlor and thej; slipped off jail by a mob at Polk, Ala., und hangud J minute, not Including damugo to the the press at the launching. Tho lovor J. L. and married. ship or tho value of the lives lost. to a tree. . to Lexington ethers could not go. NEWS III THE VICINAGE. I j HEW MULL Kt-d- s i .... , PICTURE FRAME MOULDING ! Hiind-omely e, of , A. El. GIBBONS, Danville, fln investigation T.rt-i- to im-'nla- rffWmIA( . , j Our Styles and ces in Children's Clothing 2-- rm ffl THE GLOBE, - . I! . nd IT""7?"7TAw""ni 1 , ceme-plvot- al - - - I I US e GET YOUR SPRING HAT OF US I 1 I r Tuee-IJtiakor- s. ( ', CALDWELL & LANIER, Span-lard- Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig Rocker lt.-o-f. l court-hou.-- FACE frCSSS! u : LOTIONS, ! ' .A.eIIXAAA,?,M Kin-men- I f i Clothing -- 1 tole-gra- m it An All Wool Suit $5, i ! i j Goods to Measure, I re-Ui- j w i tm 1 The Overgrown Boys 1 rmdy-inailnicu-uie- - - I . H. J. McROBERTS. ago-Dorse- Cherokee Corn Planter, Tornado Disc Harrow. Park-Iniihi- w ; wo-ldln- g T7 n - j . I r 1 lr 4 ' FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. 0 Lltlm & isti ,4tu.MUuAi-.'.tLwja.j-- A l.)fc-.,.,r country doesn't hear something drop in a few days it will be because Mr. The tollgate guards in Boyle, who McKinley and Speaker Reed navo uo ran like cowards or acted like cravens, cided not to let it drop. But If It Is as Is it use Many medicines only suppress disense they push the pimple down are catching it on all sides for their supposed dead against the internal ex- under the skin, they iwlnt tnc complexion pusillanimous exhibition of the white with subtle nrsenlcn f compounds, but the plosion theory, neither of these worth disense rages lu the vein like a pent-ufeather, whllo the two who stood their ies will bo able to hold Congress down, fire, and some day brenk out lu a vol. Richard Henry Catlett. prominent injured. ground and were wounded are the recanlc eruption that eat up the lawyer, capitalist, coal operator and when once the report gets before it. Ayer' Sarsaparllln iroe to the root. 4fc Cuba's reply to the offer of autonomy cipients of much praise. In the course make the fountain clean nnd the water owner of extensive mines and lands In The thotmnnd of testimonial to the are clean. It make the root good and of a long article on the subject, the do a made by Gen. Pando was to renew hosGOV. WORTHINGTON didn't value of Dr.Ayer's 8nrnpnrllln repeat the fruit is good It give Nature the the two Virginias, died at StuunUn, over nnd over again. In one form or number Lexington Herald says: "We arc sorry thing the first day ho got hold of the tilities. ' broken element she needs the expression "The doctor Rave her down constitution to build up the up w Ith Va., of Bright's disease, aged 70. no relief; one of them directed me to stimulants or patchnot to brace it surface. Mrs. Margaret Shelby, wife of for tho two young men who were' machine, but turn out a life sentence It up on the A dispatch from Vanceburg sayi: Klve her Dr. Ayer' Snrapnrllln. Two Send lor I)r, Ayer' Curcbook, and learu Wallace M. Shelby, Is dead wounded in performing their duty as man for murder, an eight year rape bottle completely cured her." effected Sarah and Kate Crow, who are under It I a common experience to try Dr. more about the cure on request, by this they will fiend and a five year manslaughter con- at Lexington. remedy guards in Boyle county, but by the Ayer bariaparllla a a last resort. It it J. C. Ayer It's sent Iree. arrest charged with shooting with inCo., Lowell, Matt. eoon recover from these wounds, while vict. And ho has threo more days to Tho C. & O. took the members of the tent to kill, the cowardly guards at the other gates, work the mill. Should Gov. Bradley Loulsvlllo board of trade to Newport under custodyattended church Sunday of 'Squlro Fisher. Tho who either surrendered without a fight die or become incapacitated, we would Nows free of cost. Again To The Comet The depot In Jersey Incident caused much interest. or ran like turkeys or rabbits, wiM soon havo no use even for the new pen Tho Pennsylvania Twenty-seveKlondlko gold 6cckcrs n At J rrnnt ft VUWI nrt.nM ibVUtUt fHnm tUUUIOjjlU.1UI t .h rt? t itentiary commission. N. J., was damaged by fire to tho City, AiWVWi HU1U and a crew of l.'l men are supposed to conduct. It may be that the wounding extent of 8100,000. bo lost by tho sinking of the Helen POLITICAL POINTS. of these young men will arouse enough The attempt to raise liquor license Almy 10 miles outside San feeling in favor of law and decency and at Owcnsboro from 8200 to 81,000 a year harbor. The vessel has been Francisco found unGov. Bradley killed the Fellow Ser 7 to 5. failed in the council against arson, robbery and murder under water, but tho crew and passengers vant's bill. Will Todd Crutcher, mail agent on can der the guise of tollgate raiding, to put has reported in not bo traced. Investigation and produce The sub committee on foot a real the Kentucky Midland, died suddenly The White Mills Distillery Company favor of dropping tho contest against at his home at Bellepolnt. Disp aylng tho Klchett nnd most Tho blood of the mnr-yr- s SDmo results." creations of new of Louisville, has been allowed a rebate Rhea instituted by Hunter. Is said to be the seed of the church John In a bloody battlo among 2.") miners of $:5S3.000 tuxes to bo paid is tipped for warden Senator Elmore and if the result hoped for is attained at Brazil, Ind., two were fatally injur- government on 0,000 barrels tho Federal of whisky of the Frankfort prison and Senator men will not have suffered in vain. It ed and a number wounded. balonglng to the estate of W. S. HarFerguson for the Eddyvllle branch. Henry Schmidt, gat oMadlson, Ind , has had one effect already, that of makris and Sam A. Hoffhelmer and deWheelock G. Veazcy, of Vermont, y ing tho fiscal court get down made a perfect record at bowling, scor stroyed by fire June 11, ISM. formerly a member of the interstate to business it should have attended to ing 300 out of a possible ."500. Big preparations are being made for commerce commission, died In Wash before being forced to do so. Albert Renfro, of Owen county, let Every day ndiN beauty and elegance to our department nnd our Sloe' lojks in ire ington. ana was the interstate celebration of Odd Pil his gun fall from his hands inviting than ever before lows ut Muyileld on the 20th of April. announced that It Is said that the president will ask The president has killed by the discharge of it. Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas refor postofllces will have to applicants Congress for $oOO,000 for immediate Minnesota banks havo been victimlief of the starving Cubans and that he wait until more important business is ized to the extent of 33,000,000 by and Tennessee will be represented, and it is thought that the delegates at d will send supplies to them in a warship disposed of. swindling government clerks. visitors will number 5,000 or more. The president has received assurwhether Spain protests or not. This Pugilist Henry Braun died from tho Dr. Louis Klonsch, who is in Cuba in sounds like Mr. McKinley is getting a ances of support from Congressional effects of a "knock-out- " in a fight with policy charge of relief work, estimates that it little starch in his limber backbone, leaders, but no Jack Smith, at Trenton, N. J. will require 815,000 a week to feed tl.o but the report Is doubtless untrue. Sen- will be tolerated. Lunatic Thomas Smith jumped from starving people. The Central Relief L. T. Neat, of Adair county, has been a ator Gallinger's recital of the awful v window at the asylum at Commission of New York will charter conditions that prevail among the na- annotated to succeed W. G. Buckner as' Hopkinsvllle and broke both legs. Wo hnvedutie wonders for thousands of people hi the pint, who have ken nd a vessel to take 2,000 tons of corn met tives of the Island are enough to stir division collector of internal revenue Al Morehead, Alex Abbott has been vantage of otirgte.it otleringi and now wecoruo to tho front nsrun with renewal en or200 tons of bacon. These supplies and any man's blood and force him to ac- in the Lebanon district. gies to give you more gonU for your money than any h )ife in this country sentenced to life Imprisonment the nee have already been purchased. tion, even if the republican party was President McKinley has appointed ond time on the charge of Articles consolidating tho Greit not pledged to aid the oppressed Cubans John W. Lynch, colored, to the place Southern Telegraph and Tolcphotic und see that their independence is ac- of register of the treasury made vacant The almost unprecedented rains have Company and by the death of B. K. Bruce. knowledged; submerged 1,000s of houses In Ohio and and Telephone Cumberland Telegraph Company, the Gov. Bradley It Is said that every Kentucklan who unto Lincoln inmust have beena like made many thousands of people home-los- name of the Great Southern underCumand rail early youth went to the launching, provided him- splitter judging from the way he berland Telegraph und Telephone Mrs. William Rossdeutchor commitself with at least two bottles of BourCSew dross goods. creations. Plain and fancy weave Company, with ax. Elkton Progress. tho veto at ted suicide in Simpson county by bon, so that in case Miss Bradley sud- handles New Hmhioiduries. were filed with the tcerotary Representative Barlow, a populist of drowning in a shallow pond: She was denly changed her mind as to the liqNew Laces Vnlcnuiennes, Oriental, Torchon Ac of State. Capital stock $.'5,000,000. proposed an amendinsane. uid, she would christen it with, there California, has New while goods Plain and NansoolH. Bad weather prevailed over a large to the resolution to provide for At Hartford, Thomas Hayden was section of tho country. A severe would be no unseemlng delay in tho ment New Tnb'e Linens nnd Napkins Ac. exceeding convicted of the murder of Bona Lostorm program. That is given as the reason levying a tax on all Incomes New line of Indies' drovi skirls, lligget variety. raged on the plains and moved to the 32,000. gan, also colored, und his punishment for the precautionary measure, but New stamped LinetiM selling at city prices East. A blizzard prevailed in Kansas Because might is right with the Reed fixed at death. there are those mean enough to say New line of Corsets. and Nebraska, and small und Epps, of Virginia, Jim Jeffries, of Los Angeles, knock vegetables were destroyed. fruitsWestthat fears of a liquor famine in Virgin- Congress, Sidney body taken from New line of fancy and plain hoe In had his 6eat In tho ed Peter Jackson, tho Negro pugilist, ia and the danger of a lack of proper New spring fo twonr, for nil, of any style jou want. ern Missouri much damage was done was not out In tho third round at San Fruncisco by high wind. Heavy irrigation had more to do with It than him and given to Thorp, who New underwear, to sell cheap. rains over 111 elected. Tuesday night. any of the colonels dare confess. New line of the latest style percales anil catiouo. nois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Senator Thurston declares that the Thomas B. Youtscy was sontenced at ' New line of Neckwear, Kentucky havo put streams at Hood There is a good deal of "faking" in time for intervention has arrived and Covington to six years In tho penitenNew line of Men's Shirt, Negligee, White nnd 0fnrl Louisville evening journalism now. that if proved that the Maine was de tiary for wrecking the First National height. A Hood in the Ohio at Pittsburg New line of Hoys' and Youth's Clothing is predicted. Many railway washouts We bought the "5::i0 Extra" Post be- stroyed by the Spanish, war should bo Bank of Newport. New inoof Men's Clothing nml the hig,'o't ariety. are reported. fore 5 the other day, while the 5 P. M. declared Immediately. John Calloway, a Negro, was lynched Kcttiemher our Tailor made Clothing und Shlrt-mrtho tnlut on the iniirfctit. The navy appropriation bill curried in Northern Alabama because he paid Times, with the very latest from everyTo tho Klondike, Alaska, North and Look nt our bran new lino of where, was out before 4:H0. Wo regret a total of S35,(i83,05S, an Increase of service via the court to a white girl, who did not ob- Northwest! First-clas- s to see thut both papers arc partaking over last year. Provision was ject to bis attentions. Queen it Credent Kouto, with through very much of the New York "Yellow made for the construction of three batThe.ollielal report shows that 2.4 Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati. Louis Journal" variety, especially the Post, tleships and other craft In proportion. people, Instead of 257, lost their lives ville and St. Louis. Vestlbuled trains They can't be ctpmllcd this ideof the City which is gcttingmoro decidedly sensa The Louisville Dispatch says the by tho Maine explosion. Of tho bodies from New Orleans, Hirmingham, Meridian, Atlanta and Chattional uany. preslJent has abandoned his war policy 171 have been recovered. tanooga. Ask your railroad agent lor Is now willing to do anything to The largest number of convicts- ever panic .lars, or write to () L Mitchell, The Dally Press, a republican paper and peace. He has been begging in THE the penitentiary at Frankfort nro D. P. A., Chiuinnoogii. Tehn at Bowling Green, after a struggling preserve the democratic loaders In Congress to now confined there l.Mi. About 100 and precarious existence, hits been sold In suppressing the war feeling. are crowded two In a cell. to u democratic stock company and it aid him T. I). HANKY, .Maiiiigtir Speaker Keeu was summoncu to u A norther struck Dallas, Texas will hereafter inculcate doctrines more with tho president. He is Wednesday nnd the morcury fell 2.1 dein keeping with the sentiment of Its lo- consultation Ilrnnch ntorcit nt Pnri, CnrllHle, Ml Sterling, linrilstown, Lnwrenrehurg, f'jnthl said to have told the president that the crees in 20 minutes. Much four Is felt nnn, Versailles Kiinence, Georgetown, Kliznhethtown Frnnklort .Maticlq.ort, linl cality. It is about as hard for a repubIs caused by Uric Acid and other im Immediately declare war for tho safety of the fruit. lican paper to live In Kentucky as it is House would of purities lingering in tho blood, winch tho board of inquiry if tho report ha- - a of Georgetown, Judge Yates, for a camel to go through the eye of a havo not been liltered out by tho Kidshould be sent in without any communneedle. cine made of a xapllng that grow neys through the urine. Tho sent of ication from the president und should the trouble is not in the hkin or musBanker McKnioht Is beginning to prove to be as bad as many bollovo It through tho body of his brother on tho cles. It's sick Kidneys. Electricity, battle-fiolliniment? or plasters will not reach the figure if Youtscy got six years for his will be. He promised his aid toward Chiekamuuga Fifteen or more miners met death in uufae. Hut the disease can be little bank wrecking what will they do preventing hasty, action. Men confined a fire at Hutto, Mont. with ae for my big operations? Muybe, Election Commissioner Poyntz &uld in a burning hotel jumped to tho street Our paint will be fur ou now than It will be next ?nr Not iieentiHe the prlee however, MeKnight's Methodist to tho Cincinnati Enquirer: "I don't Is going to advance, but Imhihuhc It will take more pitint. Tin' wood will iMVnmc more and were crushed to death. preacher physiognomy may help him, seo why Justice l'ryor, "I Great damage is reported from Hoods have hare been troubled with rheumatism and utisorlM'tit mi'J It will ieUlro more nil to till the pores whereas Youtsey's carries with it a tried a Ellis and myself cannot and washouts in Ohio and Indiana. and hae notbox of your Sparauus Kidney Pills, been troubled with rheumatism presumption that he is fit for treasons, be trusted to select three reputable I my relief to your pills." Railroad traffic is demoralized on many since. M. onu Wm. Hotnv, 120 Front St., Memphis Tcmi. strategems and spoils. commissioners In eueh county, In placo lines. The Ohio Is rising rapidly. "I have (;lven your Dr. Hobbs Spancui Kid. Louis Deschler, aged 71, Henry Fri- ney 1'ills a fair and impartial trial In a case of The Park City Times, of Bowling of the county judges, who are to aplaw day, 7.'!, Richard Shumaker, 7:5, Joseph acuto nephrltl and rheumatism. My patient Green, suffered a $2,000 fire Tuesday point the officers of election. Tho was greatly rel leted, and I am inclined to beIt It tho creator tronom If you tti tin paint of tit lieve that keeping treatment, they morning. It was tho second newspa- is mandatory upon these county com- Dewald, 70, and Charles Gregg, 75, all will make alufinal cure. up the have acted like a They missioners to appoint an equal number died at Valparaiso, Ind., In onu day. per flro to burn out in that town in a charm, and thlnktheyarc all you claim them to month and about tho 10th time that of election ollicers from tho opposing Wado Warwick, Arwltr Williams be." A. C. Vokies, M. D., Iioaz, Ky. Editor John B. Gaines has felt the fire parties. We will do our best to be fair and John Goodman, were arrested at Hobbs fiend, it seeming to follow him with and just. I bollovo thut the law will Sonora, charged with having broken tho vengeance that they used to attend become popular." into tho L. & N., depot at that pluce. The Anderson Newi says: This State Kate Claxton. Mrs. E. S. Roberts, who marched has never been served in any capacity across the plains with her husband's Kidney Pills. The Interior Journal has money by a more conscientious und efficient regiment jast after the Mexican war, to wager that Davison will not bo a roil SAI.K AT otlicial thun Gov. McCrqary, and his Hamilton. -- ? candidate for that Colson labilities have been recognized at home, Is dead at her home at Fortin Glasgow Negroes sold cheaply will see that Judgo Boreing has tho j fljaaiIBr as well as abroad. While representing Monday. Two brought 82..'5j and 82.10 - VwBrJ C B HH ? 1 I m race won to succeed him and will InICV., STANFORD UVPvfl his district in Congress, he stood high for 12 months. The last mile there was vent a reason for fiying tho track aud with the administration, whether It in 18:t, when Negroes were a good deal y ki that Mr. Evans will not represent the happened to be democratic or republiw T higher. nth district next time nor 'smother. can. He is known to all to havo been Sam Ellis, a Negrowho had eonfest-o- d ; 1 P:4lffifMB 1 H f to participation In an attempt to It is a source of deep regret to his a tireless worker, and never overlooked I 1 friends that the pleasure of Gov. Brad- a matter simply because it belonged to murder a merchant, was taken from j 1 o VHHiy-ley's trip to the launching was sad- what might be clussed as the little jail by a mob at Polk, Ala., and hanged w JL. L dened by tho death of his sister, Mrs. things. He never allowed an opportu- to a tree. i'J LiiAJl)mwwaaKmm NA8HVILLE, TENN. Jmwamz. At Palntsvlllo, Miss Balloy und her Dr. Scott, of Somerset. He did not nity to pass when ho might be of serW receive the news till on hi way and too vice to any of his constituents, and no cousin, Peter Williams, quarreled. A OPFICIAI.W RIJPRKSRNT3 onu over asked a reasonable favor thut man named Mlnix sided with Williams lato to change his plans. United Confederate Veterans, was not readlly'and willingly granted. and Miss Bailey's father shot him dead United Daughters of the Confederacy, If tho weather at Newjwrt News yes- Taking these things into consideration, und escaped. 5r2 terday was the same as here, the nut- togethor with the fact that ho has nevTho eight single turret monitors The Sons, and other Organizations. ting of water on the Kentucky by Miss er been a man to sulk In his tent, but used In the civil war aro to bo put In Christine Bradloy .vas the work of SUmo ytir. Tw Samplit, Four has ulways stood by his party In times shape for coast defense work at onco. At 11 o'clock it was pout- when it needed assistance, it is not to They arc In good condition and carry A. CUNNINGHAM. S. ing down rain here. guns. be wondered that he will make a strong RxtnccTiosf In CJnb vrltl tbla Pane com-plctely- ." THE report of the board of Inquiry gross In tho Eighth Congre-o- f lonal District on the explosion of the Maine arrived , w.ishlncton last nleht nnd if tho Kentucky, subject to the action of tho democratic "party. Of HON.JAS. B. McCUEARY Mndlon Countv, n candidate, gotten n bottle of water from the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL on tho JctT Davis birthplace und spring asked It be mingled with that from the that christen the Kv., Mar 25, 1S9S Abo Lincoln spring to But the rea Stanford. Kentucky, was refused. son is not obvious. It would hnvc been typical of tho thorough reunion of the W. P. WALTON. North and South and would havo made tho Kentucky a terror to all craft We nro authorized to announce which dare come in its way. The Confederate eoldler who had candidate before tho people. - Fow men havo served tho public as long as ho has with so clean a record. Tho republicans vlow with alarm his announcement, for they know, with as the democratic nominee, no republican need apply. tSTe-Crcu- Tho taxable property of Fayctto county amounts to 320,581,150. Zcllman Daughorty, a strnngo character, died near Elizabcthtown. He lived In a house, the roof of which had not been repaired slnco his father died. Wm. J. Vlckery has been promoted o from traveling Inspector to pot-olfic- A DOCTOR'SDIRECTIONS. They save a (laughter from blindness. ntn nieuicine in the worm,' nllow nottiethitlK tor (ccminir When n for Con- - ; with His territory Is KenIs now 3172,000,000. at Cincinnati. The gold reserve Firo at Colorado Springs, Col., caus- tucky, Indiana and Ohio. A wrecking train on tho Pennsylvaed a loss of 8120,000. nia road was wrecked near Columbus, The L. & N. paid over 3100,000 in Ind., and a number of employes serione check for taxes. opera begins at Mu ously hurt. There were 21 on tho train A week of grand and only four escaped entirely. sic Hall, Cincinnati, next Monday. The administrator of the estate of Train robbers held up a Southern his sister, Miss Mary J. Scoggan, who Pacific train in California and secured was killed at Stine's Station January 3:50,000. fight in Harlan county 29, has sued tho Southern railway in In a drunken three men were killed and two fatally Kentucky for $25,000 damages. inspector-at-larg- e. head-quarters BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. father writes that your rxtrnvn. Kancc In the otntement if you kuow that the medicine no praUcd, cured a loved daughter of disease nud restored to her the cyenlclit nearly lost. The bct nicd. Iclne in the world lor you in the medicine that cure you. There enn't he anything better. No medicine cnu do more than cure. That it why John S. Ooode, of Orrick, Mo., write lu thee strong term " Dr. Ayer' S.irnpnrl!ln I the bet medicine in the world. My datiKhtcr hnd n relape alter the mentle. due to taking cold. She wm nearly hltnd.nndwa obliged to remain In n dnrk room nil the time. The doctor could give her no relief, one of them directed mc to rIvc her Ayer' Snranparllla. Two bottle cured her " l the you can common experience to hare Dr. Ayer') Sarsaparllln prescribed by n physician. It Uncommon experience to see n "com. plete cure" follow the use of n few bottle of thia Krcnt blood purifying medicine llecause, it i n specific for all form of blood disease If a disease hn it origin lu bad or impure Mood, Dr. Ayer' nctiiiR directly on the blood, removing it Impurities nnd Hiving to it vltnlliiup energy, will promptly eradicate the disease The great feature of Dr. Ayer' Hartnpa. rllln l the rndlcnl cures that result from n ..r.. n Front Louisville Store. 4 dilly-dall- Spring Merchandise Will be Sold Right. It Was Bought Right and '. milk-and-wat- flfth-stor- 1 wlfe-mui-de- r. s. TEIMI OF rt II head-quarter- s Hop-klusvill- e, j I Carpets And Mattings Jack-sonville- , - MMaiSVIJUf.,35 STOliJS, RHEUMATISM ; d. If Your House clj-ap- lees Fainting ex-Chi- CURED cr PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. H ! PARAGUS I JMEh& Penny's Drug Store, VMrV3ilil"VlH B - I I QNFIDERATC " 9nrFDHl Aeteran. Two-Ce- nt l-- " iiyH lfw3lBL wJ tlUBBV!iHi rr&r)'.HH li YflHS9i.l v0H!BMiil vftHHHi lEEfill Rgji 7iirHi HliLiHH lv'rP ir 1li ii fmi Hi XSHHi r fi 15-in- ch tr-sci- Hr - ., GASOLtNi: cook stove fftrsalc. 13. i FlSHINO First-clas- s tackle at Craig & Hooker's. hill onion sets for salo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Mnrtln. pay Sic for eggs and lions on foot. Mark Hardin. I MY personal :i&ia;-- g 1 Merchant Tailoring ! 1 I 1 will fle for by O. J. Newland. - Mak. 25, 1898 E. C. Walton, Busixiss Maxaouk. , Tub bent physician, can't euro you tf you do not follow his directions. Get the best medicines too. That is the only kind wo furnish. Penny's Drug Store. r PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. 111 Mks. Susan Hakims trouble. MltS. W. II. SHANKS spent several days with her parents In Madison. Miss Klla Johnson, of Klngsvillc, is the guest of Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. Mils. Gi:oiiok II. Ilocicillt, of Parks-villopent several days with Mrs. Alice Is with lung c, Cloyd. Vernon, was the guost of Dr. E. J. Brown. Mils. J. W. Nesiiitt, our excellent Mt. Vernon correspondent, was here Dil Gkokoi: Lawkhnck, of Mt. r fj.f IN spite of tho prospective war or seems to be in check The small-po- x anything else, Soveranco it Sons seem to bo muklng great preparations for both at Mlddlesboro and Richmond. At New Haven cor. Nelson Hooord. their usual spring trade. They have the latter placo none but the original JOHN Mukimiy, of Corbln, was down boon unloading and marking goods for six have taken the disease and as they are confined In an Isolated pest house1 this week to attend tho burial of a sif- two weoks. there is little danger of tho scourge ter, Mrs. J. (I. Smith, of Garrard. Misses Givens .t Stuart, the col- spreading. Mil Gkorcji: T. McRoiikkts. of Hrodhcnd, sont several days hero be- ored girls of this place who opened a Heavy rains fell Wednesday and I HAVE sold my Interest in the telefore going to Garrard to visit relatives. grocery and millinery store at Huston-villi- ? in December, sold their stock a yestorday, preventing the promised fall phone line between Crab Orchard and Mrs. Ross Hi att was called to freezing Stanford to A. U. Bastln.nnd all claims Rookcnstlo by tho serious Illness of few days ago to Tom Hailey. They did In tho mercury to below tho reasonably well for the several months point, it was, howover, quite raw and will bo settled by him. W. A. Cnrson. moth-oMrs. Polly Hlatt, her husband's disagreeable. The signal eorvlec said they wore there. Took his Ticket. Town Marshal yostorday that It would be fair ThursII. A. Bakniw, who superintended Some scamp tore down Dr. Tardll's day night und Prlday. Shannon, of Crab Orchard, arrested the putting up of the local telephone pig pen and tried to drive away four of John Hally, a local tough of that place, line, Is hero making poihu changes and his hogs a few nights ago, but they Broke Her Wrist. Mrs. Lizzio for robbing Wade Woodson, of Bur- repairs. were so wild ho failed to got them. Af Hocker had the misfortune to sillier a bourville, of $11 and his railroad ticket Masthkson Peyton, Ksq., of Knox- - ter thinking he had lost his porkers for painful accident the other day. While while on the train between Crab Orchvillo, was hero this wouk returning good, the doctor found fliom in his hen walking H her yard she stepped on a ard and Junction City. from the burial of his sister, Mrs. W. house, where they had gone for sufety. plunk which slipped, and she fell, . L. Williams, at Hustonvillo. breaking her right wrist. Dr. O'Enn-no- n Thirteen persons were turned out Wednes-dr- y THE raiders scorned to have hurried Mil. H. T. CONWAY, of Lebanon, das was called to set it and she Is rest- of the pest house at Jellico some of whom were claimed as hru Wednesday making preparations up the fiscal court of Hoyle. Pour of ing comparatively . easy now. convalescent, but with sores still on to run the Hustonvlllo A: Green Itlvur thu turnpikes raided Sunday morning THE Louisville Hotel Is not behind their faces, we arc reliably informed. Vnlloy Telephone Co. line Into the ex- have oeen lought nnd freed by tho county court. They are the Perryvillo any hostelry InthoSouth in pointof faie Several of them attempted to leave on change. Mrs. Itiiv. A. S. Moffktt, of Leb- und Mltchellsburg, Brumllold and and excellency of service both in and No. 20, Capt. J. W. Rose conductor, anon, spent Wednesday night and a Hope, Perryvillo and Macksville and out of tho dining room. The rates are but ho refused to carry them. reasonable and Its patronage constantportion of yesterday with the MUsos Perryllloand Union turnpikes. A team was left standing at Carter ly Increasing. Col. Thos. A. Mulligan, Puxtou, on her return from a, visit to FOR the 10th year the Louisville mill yesterday with the gentlemanly manager, seems to be k Straub's her sons nt Central University. usual result, a runaway. It belonged to Store contracts for a column of space. the MR. P. M. McUoiiekts, one of the tho right man in the right place and Is VonGrenlgan and was hitched to This establishment has long since be- us commissioners from this opulur as he is pleasant to every John throo come one of the Institutions of town a wagon. Until they reached Straub's to the launching of the battleship, and Manager T. D. Hanoy says Its trado one. corner at Somerset street, the horses "Kantuoky," wu too bnnv with his Is constantly increasing. It has a large The Gentrys. Gen. W. II. Gentry, kept pretty well In tho middle of the business to attend the ceremonies. and growing patronage from jeoplo, of Payette, has Issued invitations to all road. There they struck a tree and Mil Auiirky C Pishjiack. who hu- - who have learned that Its goods are al- the Gentrys to meet in reunion at tore otT a wheel. Keeping ut their mad bttun stenographer for Master of Trains ways what is claimed for them and the Crab Orchard Springs, Aug. 1, the ob- gait they struck at the Myers House, 13. N. Holler, and who has made many prices a- low as tnoy can bo gotten ject being to bring together us many knocked Warren it Shanks delivery friends during his stay here, loft yes- - anywhere. of the name who have descended from wagon to tho pavement and running intorday to tako tho olllon of private carriage turned it ANNUAL Contest. Already the ur- - tho Revolutionary soldier, Richard to Dr. VanArsdale's MHiruturv for Superintendent C A. Du- over, throwing one horse down, and Gentry, who is buried near those vlus, of the Short Line. His headquar rangementn are uloiit perfected for the Fortunately Pourth Annual Klooutionary Contest Springs on the old Gentry place; also stopping tho wild chase. ters will be in Louisville. of his brother David, no one was hurt, little damage was tho descendants Mil Alf Sheliiy, of this county, June 17, which the promotors, Messrs. two sisters, Winnie and Oney, and of done to tho delivery wagon and the Elijah H. Bealey, Joe P. Waters and will leave Sunday for Cincinnati where uncles. Martin, Watson, William carriage only lost a bow. The horses and go to tho Samuel II. Munefee, assert will lay In ' his hu will join a party of ul Moos Gentry all of whom came wore hurt little, but tho wagon and conKlondike in search of gold. Tho gen- the shade any similar ontortainment from Virginia. tents were strewn for several blocks. tlemen composing thu party havo,oueh ever given. About a doxan towns, It was a very narrow escape for several put $1,000 In a fnnifto be expanded In Danviile, Lancaster, Hustonvillo, Crab Gbn. Gordon, It is not necessary people and the city council ought to search of the shining metal and they Orchard, Hnrrodsbiirg, Hichmond, for us to publish press noticos of Gen. meet at once and make it a heavy fine Everybody are under contract with each other not Louisville. Howling Green, Lexington, Gordon's grout lecture. standing on the street Eminence, Mt. Vernon nnd Stanford, knows he is a born orator and that to leave horses to return, under two years. untied or unheld. Miss Harriett Glahscock. who will each be represented by a star In speaking on a subject near and dear to will bo pleasantly remembered here, the nri of elocution and the managers his huuit ho Is able to do so with an Pour deer were seen on Scott Cono-ver'- s gave a society minstrel performance ut e.WH!t the young ladles to face an au- eloquence und pathos simply irrosistu-blo- . farm near Columbia. Sholbyvlllo, the talent composed of the dience of ftOO or 000. Lynn it Wood sold to J. C. Eubanks Tho more announcement that ho . young men and ladles of tho town. It will lecture ut Walton's Opera House, nine light feeders at $112.50. Instantly Killed Maurice was a groat sucres-i- , according to tho April 7, will doubtless fill tho building Another attempt was made to surprise Par-rlsyear old son of Peyton the News, which say of Mls Glnsvcock: of the Prouohqrs vl lie section, was with those who will never get another tho troops at one of the Jessamine but they wern't caught nupping. "She appeared to announce only, was kicked to death by n mare Wednosday chance to listen to the rami who while gowned in pink and carried it large morning. He wus trying to separate groat In war, Is still greater in peace Wlllium Juckson, aged 2.'t, and Helen She is her and her colt when she kicked him and has done more than any othor one Delaney, IS, were married at the home bouquet of American Reuutio one of tho veiy few women who can in the stomach. When Mr. Parrlsh ar- to hen ltho breach that civil war en- of the bride near Crab Orchard yesterday. wear American Heu lilies without "play- rived his son was dying nnd too fur gendered, Newport News was teeming with beauty of the ." ing second" to the gone to speak to him. Maurice was u Telephones The telephone Kentuekluns to witness tho launching More splendid, manly boy, and although lino between here and Klngoville, Som- of the battleships Kentucky and Kear-sarg- e LOCAL HAPPENINGS. very young, had earned his living for erset, Montlccllo and other towns in thero Thursday. The governor several years at Mr. A. J. Haydon's, watch. Let Dunks repair that that direction Is now an assured fact. and his party and th board of trade where ho had lived until a few months there Wednesday Safe, lire proof and new, for sale. J. ugo when he returned to his father's. Tho following gentlemen, who are tho delegation reached stockholders In the proposed line be- afternoon. II. Higglns. Tho remains were laid to rest in tho tween this placo and Klngsvllle, Geo. W. Hutimun sent from Garrard WITHERS U still receiving dead loads Lancaster Cemetery yestorday. U. Baugh eight years for rape and Talbot Duvist Messrs. W. L. McCarty. J. . ' Sec it. . of wall papor. IT looks ery much like tho scheme man, R. S. Lytic, J. H.Carter, C. M. of Pulaski, who was in live jears for Thompson and Dink Parmer, met here manslaughter, were tho recipients or Sin: the lueo curtain at 7."c to $t of Messrs. William Moreland nnd Jesso Wednesday afternoon and decided to executive clemency from Gov. Worth-pus- h P. Cook to put in stock yards at Lexpair. Severance & Sunn. tho work as rapidly as possible. A ington Wednesday, ington will be a go. Over S1.",000 of Mrs. Kit Price, of Wabash, Inil., In fact every the stock has already been pluced and lino will be put up at once from thero Youno calves wanted. connected found a tramp in her home coolly help-wit- h thing In the country produce line. Murk much more can be. The proposition to Somcrsot, which place is Revolver tho above named towns and many lng himself to provisions. bjouis to have met with the favor of tho llurdlii. lino will run Into tho e.- - In hand, she compelled him to decamp, big handlers of cattle and hogs in Pay- others. Tho NEW kid gloves In bluek and white ette und adjoining counties and most of chungo hero und It will bo no trouble meeting the scamp with such calm and till tho new shades, at $1 and Il.tiO. them are stockholders. During last thu patrons of tho Southern Tele- - surunco that, as he walked away, ho Severance it Sons. year 200 car loads of cattle were hauled phono Co. to sit at thoir places of busl- - remarked: "You're the nerviest and talk not only to tho people of man 1 ever saw." U) Lexington by tho Cincinnati SouthSPECTACLES. Gold. Pound by D. ern and there wore really no accommo- the Southern end of tills county, but to P. Logan and left at thip oniee, where dations for dlsosing of them ut public those of Pulaski, Wuyno and other ' TTIiL Q Pr hatching. Black owner can get them. counties. And this is not all. Mr. JUvJvXkJ. Unguium, 50c, Light sale. Othor railroads carried us many rt Bronze Turkeys, 1 50 per Tnlm S. VnnWInklo's comiunv will Urobilins and El) HURRAED has let tho building of or more. With the accommodations )fl3 l,liro gtook L s T Ky. his 81,000 cottage next to Dr. J. K that the above gentlemen propose many build u lino from Danville to Hubble to vj10j,y times this number will bo sent thero connect with the Southern's lino there "iinArbdulo to Henry D. Phillips. for market. Tho enterprlso will prove which also runs In the exchange here, MRS- - KITTY ';KING. I AM agent for tho Imperial Steam a good thing for the stock men of this thus making another lino to Danville. Laundry of Louisville. Collurs und county us tho freight ruto to Lexington As suited elsewhere the Hustonvillo it CKAB OKCHAKD, KY. cuft's at 10c per doon, shirts Do cuch. is less than hulf of what it is to Cincin- Green River Valloy Telephone Co. bus' Has just returned from tho J. W. Heldon. nati, whoro nearly all of .our butcher contracted with President Conway to iisriEiEe-s- r cuttle ure sold. Tho Lexington butch- vunit line Into tho oxchunge,' which 2v ix-iX- -i John Shuw CANDY KITCHEN. . .. .1 . .Ill f. .il .'(00 cattle win provn ubiuu iiAniiininnrtnGeorge Markets, and has brought with her a moved down from Crab Orchard ers handle between 250 und although Agent choice seiect;on 0 ai t10 novelties of tho yesterday and is preparing to open a und nearly f00 hogs weekly und this the old way, was both seaon. An inspection of her stock is In tho room in tho Com- alono will be a considerable item to be Fnrrls, who has had charge, oandy kitchen attentive andeflicient. licited. mercial building next to A. C. Sine's. considered. r. ; m m m m dl-trl- Tuesday. Mil H. P. Coffey, of Montlccllo, was here Wednesday with his friend, Mark Hardin. DlL It. A. JONES, of Liberty spent cor. 1 homo. Crcolsboro Sunday Adair Co. News. Mks. A. II. Severance went to Elizabcthtown Wednesday to sjcnd few days with her sister. Mils. H. N. Holler, of Stanford, is the guest of Mrs. K. W. Atherton. 11 11 Look at our now wash fabrics Ic to attention now given to iloc. Severance fc Sons. repairs. Danks the jeweler. LANDltKTll's seeds in paper and bulk. I WILL pay cash for sound walnut New and fresh.s W. 13. McRoberts. Ions, 18 Inches up. A. C. Sine. ItEMEMHER we have plain and fancy all wool dress goods 2.)C to Sl.oO yard. Attention Fisiikhmkn A full and Severance it Sons. complete lino at W. n. McHobcrts'. . Newest, prettiest nnd choapost line SIX of the eight prisoners now in jail were tried in Squire ColTey's court. of Chamber and Dinner Sets ever seen in this market. Just received. War-roFOR HENT. Warehouse back of fc Shanks. Wnrrcn it Shanks. J. S. tyurphy, Sr. darkey Green Smith, a f0 PIECES new ginghams, madras and of Howland, died Tuesday of a compliClndla madras. Severance k Sons. cation of troubles, aged 74, and was Etios for hatching, barred Plymoth buried Wednesday 9afternoon. Hocks, as good as the country nlTords. E. It. Powell, of Hustonvillo, has II. J. McHobcrts. been granted n patent for an automatic We aro prepared to do all kinds of wagon brake, that may put him In the carriago work, trimming, painting, &c. millionaire's column before long. All work guaranteed. Heazloy Bros. AciAIN A. E. Gibbons, the Danville HELDEN it CO. Is tho name of a paint, wall paper and picture frame J. J. new carriage, house and sign painting merchant, comes to the front with an firm which has recently begun business advertisement in our columns. Head over Win. Daughorty's blacksmith it and if you need anything in his line give him a trial. shop. ! n well-know- n On Friday, Mareh 25, Next Friday, I will have one of the cutlers of the Merchnnt Tailoring Establishment I represent and he will bring with him a complete line of tailoring fabrics. This cutter is an experienced man in tho tailoring business and he will he able to measure any one for V m All are cordially invited to inspect this lino on tho time appointed and those who intend purchasing clothing of any kind this Benson will save money and he pleased by giving their order. By this plan you can K PE1FECT FIT I SEE THE GOODS Hill Cannon wns tried In 'Squire Coffey's court at McKInney Wednesday nnd fined W for brench of tho pence. Constabio Nunnelloy turned him over to Juller DeUord that afternoon. Judge T. L. Shelton telephoned us yesterday thut Mr. Isaac Hamilton has Krttco In front of his built a Rowland, but that he will not store at paint It till the clouds roll by for fear the rain will wash It olT. two-stor- y In the piece which you select before it is mnde up. Wo guarantee to fit and please you. "No fit, no pay," is my plan of conducting this department. i h I VJ .W. H. SHANKS. I I KSmmK!&WMM&'K8&&tim t I j" f wmie Many Are oUcr. Our stock is larger than you mini For your patronage wo wish to tell you of the many inducements we FIRST. u.uilly find in towns this sizo 3 J S 3 A advantage We handle a complete lino of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shots, kc. thus enabling yon to buy jour spring goods at one place and to bettei SBCOVO. THIRD. x 3 j S 2 Our economical way oi doing business enables us to sell goods cheaper for cash than others. We buy for Cash and Sell for Cash. Our house I FOURTH. full of et le-g- al rji H eg Brand New Goods. Itight in Style and Right in Price. j - SEVERANCE & SOVS. ( J. H. Baughman & Co., STANFORD, KY. 1 1 Proprietors Stanford ROLLER HULLS, Anil Headquarter for I Low Coal & Low Cow Feed Of All Kind, V Par-risl- i, 1 h, toll-gate- s, WE II WE JIST UEfEIVEn Car Load -- Of Vehicles, Stnnfoid, Ky ro-es- And aie otlering muiic FECttL Call and See B&BCJUD Opp. (Aurt-Hnue, V. - B. K. WEAREN & SOV. Stanford Female College. On 2sIorLd.a,37-- Jannary that , Now pupils The Second Hosslou of the Collegluto Year. Is'i" 2-5tl- n will open m m m us-f- or time will de received Into the eluvie. Tor full Information call on or write to Mas. Saitklby at the College or wrltn for catalogue WIM.IAM SIIELTOX, 1'uusiun.vr. entering ut 1898. wo-ne- ss - The Cylinder m T Ed-mist- on - . I 1 ,u,,. i Basting and Baking- Pan. You can save Both Time a nd Trouble. - obtain one of these Baslers fVe or Call at my store and we will explain how you ean through the juices while cooking. charge The roast is revolved i t i j a MARK HARDIN. riarioci"'A:'jyntffr "Thnt'a very nice," snld Hie spectaTHEINTERIORJOURNAL Ornament went a mile at Memphis in tor. "I'm ghul to sec those two poli1:4U. ticians go out of the room arm in arm, John Wilson sold to John Fox a geld- shutting pleasantly." "There is nothing cry extraordinary anirtliaT tnfr f0l. $100. Thoro will be no racing at the Bards- - about that." "But from what I have read I supSJJ I leilYMAlt IK AUA'ANCK town fair this year. posed that they were antagonists ntul Will Moore is now handling J. H. rivnls." xr-- When not i paid 052. CO will c charted. Bauehman's saddlers. "Oh, yes; they are antagonists and H. G. Fox bought of P. W. Carter a rivals. Hut that is no c.vcuse for their harness gelding for 3100. g hating each other. They don't B. N. Holler told to J. II. Baughman to the same pnrtv." Wnsldngton 375. Star. GIRD. his harness horse for Tod Sloane won live of the six winI'rorrnnloniit I)ploinnu . ning mounts nt San Francisco. Photographer (to sitter) I saw you CENTRAL DIVISION. KENTUCKY The fruit crop in portions of Kansas at church last Sunday, Miss Tlmson! 10 a. in , returning Trains leave Manford at Sitter Oh, did you? has occn damaged by a blizzard. nt 1: 25 m Advertise your stallions and jacks If Photographer Yes, and also your KNOXVILLk DIVISION. you want to make a good season with friend, Miss Watts If you could raihe your chin n tritle, thanks and whatun ,.12 37 p in .... them. No. 24 Train Rolng North .. 3 13 a in atrocious looking hnt she hnil on. 26 " " No. .,12 10 a ui Liggett & Myers have shipped 291,- - (After a pause) There, Miss Timson, " fconth No 2J " ,. I 27 p ui " " No. 23 " 000 pounds of tobacco from Millersburg it is orer, and I think we have caught roralllToluts. this season. a very pleasant expression. KO'IOH TICKETS SOLD. Snapper It is said that II AGOAUE "CHECKED THllOUGH Connotation. Garrison will come out next season as a - iL LAND AND STOCK, No Kiciihc. C. it O. Playino Cards. Owing to iW niii. IgSBlKJfl I'll be-on- the Increased domand for C. & O. Plny-In- g Cards, tho Chesapeake Sc Ohio Ry. Co. lias ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which are 'now on sale at tho Phoenix Hotel ticket office In Lexington, at 15 cents per dock, three docks for 40 cents, or 81. 'iO per doxun. Those cards nro 50 cunt quality nnd will bo sent by mall to any address on receipt of above price with four cents per dock for postage. Person remitting 31.00 for one dozen lots will have them tent prepaid. This last lot Is going rapidly. Parties contemplating ouchro or whist clubs should not miss this opportunity to lay hi a stock of fine cards at such low rates. Goo. W. Barney, D. P. A., C. & O., Lexington, Ky. will tniid in Crab Orchard the uitoti of ISO. I DR. R. m. PHGLPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, BOUND TO SELL All those Malta Cultivators, All thoso Il.il hearing Deuring mowers, All those Hall hearing Dcuriug binders All ibosc nice working Decripg hay rnkes, All those hunt looking hmies All those Milld Oak suits Fiimitute, All thoio crosH rowing rorn p'nnteri". All of those at I). L. (. VKPKNTBH'S Hustotivlllo, Ky. I Stanford, Olilre - - Kentucky. McKlmiev' Mole. orer Hlgglus Opportunity of Your Life A flrst-clai-s, uMo-du- h' V) seen to be appreelnted. III be sold lit a iHirruln. Ill health forces me to niilt the milling busbies. Terms ens . Call on or nddrews, C C VA.NAItSDAI.n full time and dlsposlii): of entire out put nt satlsfncton prices. The plant should be Mill with Elevator, line Ilesldeiice nnd stock of wheat nnd corn for sale. Mill running imrrel (louring FIRE INSURANCE lltistoiivllle. K FMjKXX Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. ", NOELcSSON, Dealers In Tit-Hit- s. Coal, Corn And Hay, il Order Ofilce and Peed Exchange near Crossing, Plrt dam Coal Yard. Mill StDepot t., J Manford. Kv lintitU. b " Ten Hroeol , It lllgglns byTellow l'la. Ho combines the blood of Maud. Satisfaction hitch Guaranteed. Jan. I n'l.Micoe. Lexinctou and Phaeton, lie Is preath In make like bin famous sire, who-- o three mile record lias only been lieaten i bv his son. Drake C.irter. n full brother of Cbncregnn. He is well put up. has the musMRS. U. D SIMPSON, Pror . cles and quarters of all the lHst descendant", of Lexington and fornerly made the : sen-o- u at 520. Owing to the times I will stand htm at Newly furnished, clean beds; splendid Hull-rou- For any Information enquire ol JOE S. IUCE, Agent, fetanford, full-fledg- starter. Ky, FRANKFORT . M. 35 05 ;ao A. M. 2iOo" AND CINCINNATI. Mark Hardin bought of William Lunsford a shorthorn cow for $3o aud a sow aud pigs for $15. D. Hunter sold about S00 bushels wheat to S. P. Kerr at 90 ceuts. Winchester Democrat. s of mules, valued at Thirty 813,000, were shipped out of Hardin county the past season. Jonas Well, of Lexington, sold to W. H. Leach 25 yearling dehorned cattle VIA OEOUOLTOWN. 315 H55 ,50 ArWM I.Tf. Somerset, " U31 ' Jet City, Arr C.eorsctown, Lv 6 30 " " Krnukfort, C. ' A.M R. of When I tendered my affection To the jrlrl my heart had picked, Thouwh she offered no objection, Her paternal parent kicked. Dut the cruel brow unpleasant t moio painfully might rue. If her dad had been a peasant. And had wornahob-naJledsho- e. Harlem Life. Caledonian ICO., : Insurance IUv. Nt of Scotland. Mason Hotel Kentucky. S! KOUNDtCD 1HOO. 820 6 30 sun Mxnni) sai.timj. bIU Lancaster, R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 0 STAN roup, KV. 300 5 30 car-load- 8 40 SJld Arr Paris Dally except Sunday $5 to Insure a LiviiigColt. I table. meet Everything trains. first-clas- s. Porters D.DERCAW.O.P. A. will ulso stand the line QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pa" Junction City as follows m 3 Ko. 1 South .... 12 02 P m No. 2 North . 3 51 p m 24 n " No. 3 " .... l.Ma m " 4 " ,.l 32 p m " S No. 8 " ....11 Ham ,.G 00 a in " 10 " S 20 i m No. 9 " No and 2 do not slop. 9 and 10 run no further than Junctloti lily 1 jounp Jack, '' at S24. 50. Georgetown Times. Eton Jacket, the favorite In the third event at New Orleans Tuesday, fell dead after running a ioor race. We are asked by the White family to sav that the sale of land between Miss Kate White and F. P. Bishop has been declared oil. G. A. Swinebroad sold at Danville Ilv Clinton, he bv needier, ne by Prince, 2nd, he b Prince. 1st. nn Imported JneU, owned b" Adams A, Alford Dam u line Jennet owned by Allen A: lleatty. of Clinton Co He will make the season nt CLINTON, JR., Trees, Plants, Vines. to Insure a Living Colt Tho Itlue (Iniss Nurseries offer even thing for Orchard. Garden, Lawn No Agents. Strstwberrt nnd guiernt nursery Catalogue 011 implication to II P HILLnNMKYElt Lexington. Ky. Telephone .17 iloJi SPRING, 1898. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ih K., hi i " S7 XwwwtH Suntln Teacher Why wns C II. SINULF.TON. Monday a yoke of oxen at 21c and a Lot's wife turned Into a pillar of salt? Citui OnuiAitlt. Kv. Tommy 'Cause she was too fresh. bull or $40 and bought a bunch of A few energetic ladles and gentlemen Leslie's Weekly. calves at 810. wanted to canvass. Aboro salary guaranteed. Dull tin or address. Knny. Sanford Allen delivered Monday to It. M. GOOCH. Somerset. Kv 0? Paris parties 1.700 bushels of bluegrass "Corne! Laugh at trouble," ays the sage. In accents comfortingly mellow. Itlds will be receded to April 15, at noon, seed at 45 cents a bushel. Paris Ken- - 'Tls easy to pursue tl plan. for the building of thv New Church at Mt. Most any man can smile to scan tuckian. Morlah. Tor further Information, pluu and The troubles of sonic other fellow. The Illinois State board of agriculsiH'Clflcntlons. address, Washington Star. J D. 1JA5TIN, Kwell. K Louisville. Ky., ture has issued a statement showing Tlu'j- - Have to I.Utvit. that tnc total deficit of the Chicago "The fact is," said the thoughtful AMERICAN & EUROPEAN horse show was 8U0.705. man, "that almost anyone can talk, but 3 JiANA A handsome crayon picture of J. K. good listeners are rare." The crack barber, is now back at his old tendj U & M. S. Baughman's lino stallion, stand In Mrs. Hgliert's store-n"Nonsense!" returned the man who The Lndios Hestaurant is the finest in aud haircut All a now ornaments the walls at Beaz-le- y jumped nt conclusions. "Just think of giro you work should share on him. lie l the city. Every convenience for Indies call needing Bros' stable. It is a fine likeness. the number of married men!" Chicago sure to please ou Crab Orchard, Kj 65 spending the day in the city Absolutely Pure Gentleiieii's Cafe on otlice lioor. Louisville is not much of a live stock Post. market. According to Wednesday's THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Clrcuitiatrtntlnl Ii lilrncr. Courier-Journwere only 16 catthere Mnungcr. Judge You say you found this man YORK. POtDER CO., Unclortalcer, tle, 719 hogs and one sheep on the mar wandering about the graveyurd lust Music Tuesilav, Thursday nnd Sunday - Kentucky Evening. night? Why do you think he intended Hustonville. the day before. robbing the vault? A. S. The trainers at Churchill Downs alof West Llncolii the Otknhli terriers Officer Mnddeu Because Ol found and CaM'v counties to stock ot Cuttintana t Full most to a man think Plaudit will easily Suryoon &hkcleton knjs in his pocket, yer honor. etsalwajton hand 95 win the Kentucky derby. A syndicate D. S. Carpenter. Hanaxer. Dentist, Judge. TINNING & PLUMBING, represented by Turfman Eugene Lee rDimci) LcurncU the Wuril. UT1)! has bought hpii for 820,000. KV., 7.1! I "John got so discouraged about himLyon fc Allen sold at Danville Mon Office over MclSoberU' Drug Store in thellOwsley self that he Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing day five plain cattle at 41c. day to know went to the doctor yesterUmldln. nnd Tinning. Sole proprietor of Dean the worst." They bought 17 long yearlings at 532.150 Illnck Diamond Koof Paint . Telephone No "Did he get the information he was DURABLE, Shop on Mill M M, residence upplte J and sold them the same day to Cobb & seeking?" X32SI. f H. niiughman A, Co.'s Mill S10 profit on the bunch. Llllard at GrAKAXTEEI) "Yes; the doctor told him his bill was In our next issue the advertisement $17S." Judge. and picture of J. K. & M. S. Baugh. IJixI for the Audience. Kit' man's fine Naboth will appear. He Miss Gusher How torturing, how will stand at the low price of 315 and fearful the thought must be for a great singer to know thnt she hns. lost her their five jacks will stand at 35 each. ,1'EALER IN. Tff nffsr : oiee. A. G. Mitchells of Smith's Grove, Office on Lancaster street at Residence. Mr. Tyred It'sjnuch more torturing bought for J. B. Hunccr, of Buffalo, "know It. Illinois, 125 one and steers when she doesn't at 315 to 825. and for the same parties Iltr Criilltiulf. "You'll neer hne another offer like d IS steers at 805.S5. Glasthis," he said, as the maiden spurned gow Times. him. Edmonia, owned by the Cecils, of "Thank you," she replied. "I wns Danville, is the queen of hard-luc- k afraid going to say something trotters. In three seasons she has won disagreeable." Chicago Dally News. only two races, but has been placed In STANFORD, KY. IlllH) . 22 others, having been second in seven, How run it be dune'' "implicitv in "YoungMr.Enjeeisqultestatuesque." cotistrurto'ti nnd not heh niriiii; to the third In 11, and fourth In four. lemnrked one young woman. Tvpuw iter Trust restili in an honest proCo Wo have heard of several growing "Yea," was tho answer. "He strikes duct at nn hi nest price The Rlicken.v crops of wheat being sold for 75c ts attitudes all the time he is awake. All derfer is the only h!i,'h grade machine at OK bTANiOUP. ICY and SOc Sheriff II. H. Colyer has 150 he does is to poe and repose." Wash- reasonable cost It is built on strictly and of only the best Paid up Capital, scientific principhs acres of as flue wheat as can be found ington Star. $200,000 0C and most duinble material. 17,603 80 In Madison county, which he has offerSurplus, Criticism. Pome distinctive features, visible work, ed at 90 cents at the thresher. Regis"Penman tolls mu that if he thinks interchangeable type, portability, duiabil-ity- , ! ter. Ilr pror.tut) of its rharlor, dllnrt ar s doing awa with ribbon huimiiicc tin" of an idea in bed he always jumps up fully irutoctsl at art- dtsHH In Ttatktusl IUbLs, A. M. Feland has a mare which is 23 and jots it down." varying alignment, unexcelled manifold lldblu to iu sliHrehuhUrs Mut hM lndlvtlullj- thwuln at At.. "I Kit er in years old and which has raised 18 fine sopaiate rh.rncler. etc., etc thpexteut oftho ainHiiitiif thwlr Mwk "Yes? His recent work doesn't indi- ing! S4 1$ The ickendorfer i the only type- the pur rnluethereol, lnaddltiwa to thvawuaut colts and is now suckling tho 19th one. cate that his rest has been much broken uhtUarM It may act m writer receiving httrlifct award at World's trumr, Ac.aiftill- - a an ladtrMual Several of the mules she has raised of late." Puck. Fair. Improved hince Ti'iidorlnt;i)ur thawLstu t)tut who harvoutiutt. srvxroKD. KV have sold for 8100 each at a yearling n their hutlnms to its. w trim thciy will tsmtlnuf Smid for ctitaloguv and testimonials A;i' of Mnturlt. todoM, and w oltr asaKuamutwair roiaiitat. and one of them brought him 8125 at "Pa! I say, jut," little Johnny befrnn. leiitlou ioiiietrtyirV eisjrte la fwiilt. MOOHE IIICOS , GENE ACTS. that aire. Ineaiid asllhralreiMsisuitlatlMts aiaiv cwiitiitcut "Now what do you wnnt?" naked hU sound lnliHk'. Probably the largest hore In the suffering father, with the emphanls on 12o E Fayette at 21S F st N.W. with PIHKCTOKS. WoMliincInn, I). C. Md State is owned by DempsycRichard, of the "now." Hnltiwon 'J. J. Wllllaun, 11.Mt. Voiiwb; rraiisMmis' W. uuMiulm, "Will my hair fall off when it' ripe, Borden. The animal is six years old, J. 11. Uwsiej J. S Owtlnr.Sr., jbouls, tiMMh, IS hands high, and weighs 2,7,'M like yours?" Boston Traveler. S. Wllltam THE POPULAR K J. Ciubrv. J. 1. QmL. pounds. His feet are eight inches in Appreciates A. U'. OafH"ilpr J. K. I.vhb, .liK. J.N. MatHrftsi. diameter: head .'!S inches longt mane 42 "I suppose, tha tweift of hi popularorrict:ss SrH !(lwlrtlttwfr ity it) that iiu talk well." inches and tail "2 Inches long. S II. Shank I'reahUini: ) .leia .. i.. y t '..' j. a.t.a nla V '.I.' .V a.fa avlssP There were 2.0 cattle on the market "Not at all. The secret t.f his rasl.lt, J. II 'j.' '.?.' '.V 4.' t.' t? W M Hrlal.t Tellei ia that liu Jniigli well." Chicago Georgetown court; oteors tolling at a' ... miuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiums. 4J to 5c per cwt; heifers to 4c: broke Pot. 3 sV mules 850 to $00: good horses 850 to S125. NATIONAL BANK After Vlsltlii Iloiirs. lie Don't yon know, Mis Bessie, I about HO sold. Burgo&s Smith &old to OK bTAMOIIH. Ki. I rati rcatl jour Robert Anderson the stallion, Black am a 'mind-readeSquirrel, for 8215, and a jack to B. thoughts now. Surplus, S15.750 Capital Stcck 5100,000. She Why don't you go, then? Noel, of Franklin county, for SlHI. o( the pulillc rnltod to the fact thai Attenllon Abdell, 2:23, the holder of the world's this Is the unlf National llsnU In .Stanford. Un Act To lie hure. dr t) piioHions ol the National Uaiikslock, record for yearling trotters, was sold UiKxitoniatrsMUiwI not only bv lbia)ltal Cnrrye Do you think uoinun should sim'kliolders' liability tr nn aiocuut hut ly the for 3,000 ut W. B. Fasig's auction bale, e.iialt.i the mot k m that depnaiiorso' this In.titu-tlu1 In Madison Square Garden. Thirty-fou- r be hanged for murder?ursl by ii fund ui tJto.wv I jvr .wurn mih Cynieus As long as insist on itat nu'iits of the iiiiidltioiiol the Hunk ar. ni.i.l head from Palo Alto were sold for equal rights with men, women the sexes ijcli jisir to tho l'nittsl Stale (iocniiiHiii mid Hi I think ALL BABYLAND staltsl limn h v,u iiiuunl $9,SC5, an a . .go of 82D0 each. Andy should hang together. Brooklyn Life. of an nir aitHiils, thus swuilng additional and 'tlts i.it(t. in delighted with the ng .stallion Ilalllngton, Welch's ludvHiilirs. M f.Tl ing in one of our new M lo Imbv rurri.it! This Insliiiitlnii orWiuailj estalill.hcd - Mir Ut Mutter of .ccohhI ty. 2:lui, was sold for 51,250, to go to Euof IKHit Hank uf Stfliifuril In lAx. tlii'ti rtn,(aii!Zida We have the handsomest Ukerdek Why arc you so determined ub. rope. Alto was told to a Cleveland town, in the Nalluiial IIhiisc ofSuntiird in ls andagalr lmbv can luges and to marry a rich girl? as llii' l'lrt Njllimal llankuf staiiforil style-- , nn. I w ith all the new rixirxunliftl had prat tli patty lor 1,150. an tmlii trriiitel ixlt In IsM'i. ha Cabling How else will 1 eer be nble all the latest s bettor S improveuieiit. tint we are selling at from encs- - for M years. It hi busltiew, suiilicil now wiC Thomas McKoberts boughtbixshares to pay alimony? Town Topics. ; ; pruuiptly and lib : j.iir.rn, for transai thtg tarllllkis i 4 to tit). fr. Ciilruso. of Farmers Bank of Danville 6tock beerully than ever ljfuri' In Its lung mid liMiiuralilc JfMtl'ftTtWS G.I'. A., tirnii W'hj They I.lvo I.onncst. carror Asuun id Individuals, -J ,Uo- - stif longing to the estate q John Yoatrur, and iudhldualssolkltcd. ilt rlt His I "Cheerful people live longest in this i at SPJ0.50. Hon. J. S. Owsloy, X "T T T T miHiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimiiinir blKEcTORS. , I Si, of world." i. J. W. Ha .Ivu, W K. Ucld, Lincoln Co.; Lincoln, bought here court-dafrom "Of course: their jokes kill off other ' s. II. ltatuliuiati, " S. T. llarrln, T.P. Hill, Jacob Kiraberlin, of Washington, 40 people." Chicago Itecortl. A. Tnl.ble. Koncucky. J. S. Docker, W. r Walton gjod average upwardn of J.II.Colllcr.CrahOroh'd M. J. Miller, A Surprise. MX) pounds, at 812. M, D.Elmore, btauard. He also bought HO Choily I nevnliMot myself think. Branch State and Undertaking Outfit nt orriCExs. smaller cattle from Woods & Johnson She Well! I never thought of blamJ. S. Hooker, I'rcsldent; .1. J. MelUherti (Cashla Hustonville, Ky. ut 830. A d vocate. A. A. McKlnuey,A!itantCouier. ing it on you. Puck. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. Care tnWeu to nrcent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Receiving Ills Fall And $40 A Month Salary. Vinter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. John II. TO CONTRACTORS. ROYAL Cistlkman. , ( Lamum. LOUISVILLE' HOTEL INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. POWDER AkP NEW ROBERT FISH, m Na-bot- h, first-cla- ss al J. T. STTTTOSr, iol B3BBEE & CaSTLEHEH. MANA(,l:itS, ROTAL BAKINQ -- Oommcrco Building, Louisville. Ageoli Throughout the oiilh, PRICE, J. T. Jones, . !l-t- W. A. THIBBLX, tfal Agfiit, Stanford, 5. rni STANFORD, Stanford, J7 Kentucky 1,000-poun- d W. B. PEITITr. MUM, WtlEM rrrs PRICE, S3f5. Soutnern Railway THE IIMI 1) AC.SNE. 1L ruirw nni I'KNKTItATIt-- Stanford, Ky, Up-to-Da- two-year-o- ld j.c.jyicGLaY iisyiifisjj I 1,400-poun- you-wer- AND DOORS, U M B IB M9 SISH EIGHT GREAT STATES Vlrplula Ucorglii Kentuckv. Tenntss'. North nnd South Curollna, Alabama. 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