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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898032901 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. ) ' SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI 1. j Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH 29. 1893. LIBERTY. j NO. 7 Go to Danville a soon n MIDDLEBURG. 5,' v 'it Circuit court begins next Monday. W. P. Thomas wont to Th rlvor has bean put fording sv-- 1 ty last wook on business. John Snow, the Yosumlto Jeweler, oral days recently. i"llod on thu 22d of consumption. Tho Casey County Progress publishIted-, Moss, Green and Niw llluc ever shown la this State, Al tho L,tMt Colorli W. II. open aud it goes without saying the luru. wuru Here wun relatives nnu Punch trees are In full bloom and ed it Ilrot edition last week o the rinest INln of New inuoli foars are untortalnod for thu Cochran Is Its editor. It Is well edited, trade has been more thun excellent. friends on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charles Frisble is circulating a has a good appearance aud is calculat- Whose fault It In that they are allowed safety of that fruit. petition asking the depart- Hvt-- made South of the Ohio It Ivor. The trip will pay you to see Whoatls growing very rapidly, and ed to bo successful. to carry on their business we do not and know how Cheaply Mr. Thomas Hinos ami Miss Cora undertake to say, but ask thu question ment to give us a Sunday mail. Near- you can Handsomely Decorate Your Houi You will llnd the luttst styles for painting farmer fearing a late frooo, are grat Adams, of tho Fishing Crook commun- after a majority of tho voters have said ly everybody is signing it. There is a houses, and nil Information freely glen ing It down with sheep and rattle. loft here Home ity, were married last Wednesday. by their ballots to have prohibition, disposiiion to fall in line with our sis" Albert Keenoy, who tor cities, and not be a day behind In All two weeks ago to hunt utnploymont.hus Master Clarence Howe, of Jamestown, why don't we have it? receiving the news. , ha-- , now been in so a position with Peter Banger Is visiting his slstor 'Mrs. W. C. Adsecured Window Glass and 1'alnt lirushes and Art Material at Ion for a Court Capt. Louis Landrum has returned Jc Co., wholesale druggists, at Louis- am. s have been disposweok and many y There Is a stronir sentiment spring- ed of. The most important one tried from Washington, sutistied with his ville. Albert Is a good boy and every-bodof his good ing up here in favor of building a good was Satterllold for the killing of Smith prospects of getting the pension bill here are glad to hear (0) N W MAY. Cr.KiiK No :tnr. Main Street. bridge acro-- s the rlvor at cither the at Burnslde last summer. The cae was for his mother through the Senate, it luuk. Dr. Law- The action of the white caps In whljn upper or lower ford. It Is hoped that given to tlie jury Saturday morning having passed tho House n ol ourl, has arranged to lo- plng Shcl Thompson and the Colyor the enterprise will bo undertaken at and at this writing (Sunday no verdict ! family at Duncan on the night of the once. has yet been returned, though the gen- cue iiere, Having renieu ine omce oi It is the llxed determination of tho eral opinion is that a good sire term in the late Dr. W. S. O'Neal oa Lexlng- ISth seems to be commended ty ovury Will show that we have the best Line of county. people along Green rlvor to stop the tho pen will bo his reward. Tho grand ton uveuue. good citizen throughout the Suits forSlO in the country. A protest against a Sunday mall is Thompson had deserted his wife and seining and dynamiting raids made jury found an indictment for murder had taken up with Ida Colyer. and said every year on tho llsh by parties from against Itobert Colyor, for tho killing being circulated und it makos considto bo stealing everything he could lay outside the county. People of this coun of James Wlckersham, and his trial is erable difference whose ox is gored as his hands on Foroh Leach had a hog ty are obliged to respect the law and set for next Thursday. A great num- it Is said that Postmaster West is opstolon from a pen within .10 yards of his they propose to watch suspicious par- ber of indictments have boon returned posed to uny change in the prosent syshouse, and all his chickens, except one ties coming in aud report them to the so far, a majority of which, we are In- tem and was in favor of the Sunday is beyond comparison. Stacy Adams' rooster, was taken one night lately. oluVers and have them arrested at once formed, arc for toting lire arms aud mall continuing when we hnd it before, Fine Shoes, Manhattan Shirts. Corn cribs were raided and smoke should they undertake to violate the bartering mean whisky. A couple of but u man tins a right to change his Suits mado to order and kept in lepair. houses and gardens In the neighbor- llsh laws. more murder cases are yet to bo tried, views on any subject' War now seem- - inevitable and our Mies Anna Heldun, who was quite besides a heavy docket of civil cases hood wore not spared. Neighbors ny Miss Julia and tho full term of four weeks may be people are willing to furnish their part wife w;is frequently sick is about well now. that Thomp-on'- s in any possible way to aid In freeing when she upbraided Stuig write from the Josem Price uiken up by the court. without food and V. C. ,' M J L ritOIIMAX tc Co., Danville, Ky tho oppressed Island and getting satiswith the Col) er woman, Infirmary that sliu has been cured of for his conduct GOV. McCKKAllV. faction for thedostruction of tho Maine. would whip her. Hut he and they her throat trouble and will be at home ho paid dearly for their fun. Thiwe who in it short time. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. TUB I'Al'KUS STIM. SINOIXU IMt.MSKS. One of our citizens became so patriotic ry v r"" "" powhave visited the sjxit where ,hoy were Pre wilt, and J. p. Wilkinson are in if the democrats of the Sth district when lie heard that the supply of UJ of evi- Louisville. .Mrs. Buttle Wood-o- n der was insudlclent that be olTercd to and act wisely they will give Gov. whipped say theie Is abundance dence that the work was well done. daughter, Miss Mary, of I'lddV Store, the nomination by acclamation, go around to the stores and get all tho homo and guvwdl-,...Ll.- n are visiting Mrs. John Moore. Judge which would be equivalent to election powder ho could and ship It to WashThompson returned iim to fecdlm- - his slock, after J. D. fielden and wife were summoned with him as tho nominee, and as he did ington. He also suggested that Clevewhich he went U ICtngsrllle and la to Lebanon a few days ago to cue their in thu past so would he in the futuru land caused the dolicioncy by going company with Ida Colyor took a Soutt sou James, who had suddenly become rupre-ethom-.ibl- y. and duck hunting so often. Lt. Gov. Worthlngton pardoned Geo. bound train, and ha- - not since been Insnue. He has been in poor health faithfully upon tho lloor of Congress. It N useless to send to city for trunk, wc know we can nve yon uior. ) 1 HulTinan. who was sent from this coun We are oppos- for some time and his insanity Is be- Ml. Sterling Keen In the community. ey and believe can please you in i le Uv ty for eight years two years ago, on tho we must admit thut lieved to be due to this condition. ed to mob", but No one can question the fact that A convention, something of Impor- Mr. McCrearyV jmst service in charge of assaulting a young girl in the they fometlUMw do good. Wo are sure At the time good baa Iweu accomplished la this tance, entirely novel and a terror to Usefulness, his Brwiutsville vicinity. that demonstrated his A gentleman from that section old bachelors will be held at the court- indefatitrable zeal for business and a there was considerable excitement over oae. 111 us that Since the dejuirture of house the evening of the Ural day of creditab'e decree of ability that found the occurrence, but It Is claimed by Thompson locks are celling at lialf court, Atwll Uh. Tho fact that con- expro.--iu-n in the form of practical leg- some who ought to know, that ho should !) Mile at that, and that vention precede campaigns is where islation. He was a clean, active, capa- have been pardonod and that there I? price and dull KK leep peacefully at the bachelor gets soared. And why, ble member of Congress In the past wore circumstances connected with the KJople can The Lead ngShoe aud Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. fll fl! night, a pleasure they have wot enjoyed you uk, should they be worried? Con- and thore Is no ron-o- n to conclude he case, which, if brought to light on the . . trial, would have caused an acquittal. ventions have always been held and no would bo otherwise in the future. for mure than 12 mouths. As the cigarette bill has uUo ben veold bachelor - more allected than any Hurrodsburg Democrat. toed on what is said to be a constituyERXOH. But this convention, allow one else. MT. During his long service Mr. me to say. Is a convention of the bachwas a faithful public servant, tional ground, it hoped thai the constiTho scourge of feer sooms to havu elors' enemy, the old maid. It Is to be always keenly alive to the Interests of tution will be amended some day so ns pnsOd. an "old maids' convention." Forsomo his constituents, and from tho outset lo allow tho passage of some desirable The Good Time Club mot with Miss time there have been signs of exciteheld a prominent position in the House, bills. Kay June, last Frlduy evening. ment by day and sounds of confusion serving when the democrats wore in Circuit court cocvenod again on FriVi day and after disposing of everything The water In V. U. Smith's now by night among one liulf, (the better i control as chairman of tho Committee so ctrowgly of ooul oil that half! of tho population of thu was ready for trial, adjourned fwell tustos town. on Foreign AlTulrs. When the presi- that he Is unable to use It. From early till late the "rupture giv- dent came to appoint the Monetary inally. Mr. J. I. Hamilton was sworn Insurance ing" Tom Cross, the Have tho most approved maidens are moving hurridly up Commission Mr. McCreary was one of in as a member of the bar. The amount to bo paid for jury service is only ?J04 man, seem to he kept busy for besides and down, hailing In groups and holdho" served men selected and A and the lines and fortltures is $S!. this branch of busine-- s, hu is buying ing smothered conferences or congre- the three with distinguished ability. Mr. Mccattle. suit for $.'1,000 has been tiled agaln&t gating In the court house from whence unquestionably has a strong Mr. J. I. Hamilton by Mrs. Bice BurnThe gold modal was won lat Wed- uome pounds weird and ominous. All Creary hold on the people in this district and slde for damages alleged to have been nesday evening by Mis- - Ida Tyreo, of tliis Is incidental to the groat preparapromisAmi Host Line of Perfume-.- . to:iw and Toilet Article-- on the .Market. Pittsburg. The judge wore Mrs. Mary tions which are being made for the his formal entrance in the race sustained by her when a trotting norsc es to make Ita memorable one. Shelby Arthur, of which was being exhibited by Mr MoKlnuey. Mosr. T. S. In fact it wilt be a cam- Sentinel. convention. ve-- . , Wlllamsburg. aud T. G. Gllgoru, of paign as well. For any bachelor, be There are many good and deserving Hamilton In this city, ran into her hlclc, broke it into pieces and did damLouisville. behe antiquated or otherwise who democrats in the Kighth, but in tho The W. C. T. U. held memorial ser- holds the members of that convention long list there Is no nuine that would age to her. It is claimed by Hamilton ' 12. Wll-larvices in honor of Miss Francis on that occasion, will throw down his arouse more enthusiasm thun that of that tho occurrence was unavoidable at the Christian church la- -t Sun- arms (If ho can't throw thorn any James B. McCreary. Ho is an able aud und that the amount claimed is out of day evening. There was a good attend- where else) and surrender heart and skilled politician who never knows how-t- all proportion to tho damage done, ance and all passed oil pleasantly. hand to their attractions. Prof. Cald: tiro or bo defeated, and if ho wins even if it had resulted from negligence j Mr. Krengor has moved Into hU well, who had charge of a similar on his part. ci the nomination the small calibercd reil' mu-- 1 brick over J. J. Maker's store. Mr, tortaiument at Lancaster recently, has publican statesmen of that district may Beautiful (lowers, Ivrcugcr recently refused SU.OOO for this been engaged to train tho participants start In with the Idea of having tho best sic and the charms of eluoquonco held II now piece of property, yet a largo lot wun for the occasion. A brass band will bo politician and tho most invincible a largo audloncc for two hours at the w The old 1 ip old nluuMway of huving icarpets h.is -pi tyedv out. and they are mm h rosidenuo n commodious and handsome u run bin them uiilirrly dy ii,) sd. Tlii- way r (,, in the State Christian church on Sunday night, It in evidence between tho acts. It will stumper aud t ms'i ct ftoni It. of eight rooms just adjoining, sold cheaper nnil hitvo a ven unie'i Hrger a'.rt ba the funniest thing aver suen in tho to contend with. McCreary's nomina- being memorial services of Miss Fran-gtuiii-.- , HmiwN, Wiini and velvet, Uuutifiil wttern. at the tdiotiir's sale for $02., county and every one should see it. A tion would moan McCreary's election. ces E..Wlllard, late president of the showing what trickery chn do. Mrs. Margaret Gill preDr. John D. Woods In Bowling Green W. C. T. L small admission feo will be charged, !fl up from Stan- thu proceeds to go toward furnishing Courier. sided. Tho inscription: "How beauDr. 15. J. Urown caito The announcement, of Hon. James tiful it is to bo with God'1 appeared in ford Sunday. Miss Jessie MoNeal, a tho new church. of Pittsburg, was the B. McCreary, for tho democratic nomi- living green over tho pulpit and the little beauty v SOMISKSHT. .if Mr. James Landram Ja- -t nation for Congress In this district, Is a portrait of tho deceased appeared on v ttkrVwBW Ar!crov many tho sumo canvas. .Mrs. G. M. Patterweek. Jack Lawrence has returned Several hor?o and mule buyers from source of proud satisfaction to his ) iWi from Rowland. Misses Salllo Cook and Lincoln and Boylo counties have been warm friends in this county. Having son presided at the organ and had ! tho music, throughout which was Alglo L. Urown came In to attend the hero for tho past fow days buying good led the democratic party to victory so I We cany in stock al.--o a large assortment ol Hue-?- , and no one will Williams, of Covo, happily Interspersed, a number of childmany, as a I contost. Miss Mary fat horsos and mules. They only pur- often, he is looked upon, by sob them to you cheaper. M)ko In the gold mudal contest. Henry political uuco&sity a Mosos to lead the ren opening and solos aud quartettes rechased u few, as but few lllled thu Uranamau, of Wlldto, was In town last quirements. Tho average Pulasklau domocrato out of tho wilderness Into being rondered by our best vocalists. wook. 15. Herron moved to Livingston takes no prido in his horse stock, con- which they were led In lSf)(. His re- Hov. Clark spoke of the deceased as a ' last week and Nelson Giillln moved sequently but few horses in this county peated victories have caused him to be typo of Christian womanhood; Rjv. named tho political Napoleon, and the Faulconer showed what a friend she Into his hoifsc. Hiram McKInnoy has are marketable ones. business. Sam was to mankind and Kid. Gowen spoke been to Pulaski on Small-pohas not reached this sec- comparison Is good, excepting the fact was In town Fria Waterloo, and of her as a teacher of temperance. The Ward, of Livingston, tion yet, but a supposed case Is reported that lie has never seen day. Miss Hossio Sparks camo up to at Dabnoy, some lo miles from this his friends claim that he will not bo rciuai'Kfi, me music nnu mu c.eruises i I visit rclatlvos hero last week. Mm. point. There seems to bo a wonderful defeated if nominated this time. His throughout wore beautiful, appropriI Georgia Ann Coylo has returned from dread against tho disease by tho people olllcial career, as model governor and ate aud impressive. u visit to Pittsburg. The Mlssos Aug- of this city and while nearly all of them congressman, for several terms, has 11 A tumor was taken from ust wore in town last week viewing have boon vaccinated, still should it made for him a host of admirers, who Mrs. Susan Crow at Lexington. :::-: ; aS property with an oyo to locating hero breakout here, what a scattering of point with pride to his record and claim An acre devoted to the culture of bathat he Is tho only man that can re nanas yields IIM times as much money it is rumored. Mr. Willis Adams has tho natives there would be. i r i). n vein of most valuable red, sandstorm ni ci. ,.n... ........... deem the Kighth district to their par- us un acre of wheat. farm, for which parties are nego democratic candidate for the nomina- ty. Lancaster Record. on his The largest diamond In the world Is tiating with a view to opening a quarry tion of judge of the court of appeals in olTored for sale in London for $5,000,-00After hoarlug an argument In a case, at once. this district, mado a lively speech hero a Georgia justice said: "I'm sorter Saturday afternoon in his behalf. There mixed In this here matter, an' I'll pre- - At Fort Scott, Kas., Miss Isabel DarThe State board of health advises others In tho race, John S. 6orvo my decision." "About what time lington, a young woman attornoy cf that each town and city at once pats are two of Bardotown, and James Pa., refused to testify In t, IColloy, judge," said the lawyer, "will you dish Westchester, and enforce a compulsory vaccination u cuso Involving her client, tore the of Columbia. Wo understand tho " ordinance, beginning with tho colored out them preserves?" "Tlmr's no to plecos, grappled will be Interesting and closo from replied his honor. "I've got a sight contempt warrant and jumped aboard race, ont reaching everybody; that iso- race and tmltublo Hturt to finish, but there Is no doubt o'plowlng to do an erbout 10 acres tor with an oilicor lation hospitals or tents, will get tho instructions a train as it was moving out of tho defence hi. Jest take tho prisoner tor ground for tholr location bo secured; that Gurnett pot. Wo have no choice county. jail till fall." that visiting and strange Negroes bo from this matter and hero's hoping the J. Harvey Oserstreot ha3 been limited out, vaccinated and kept under in the A dispatch from Richmond, Va.,sald from tho Hill Street Methodist physi- best man may get thore and tho devil observation, and especially that that when that point was reached by church at Luvlugtou, after a lengthy Negroes bo take tho hlndmo&t. the Kentucky excursionists to tho cians practicing amongst I'ruhlbition may prohibit in somo launching, not a drop of water was trial. Somo time ago ho bit tho lingers instructed as to the illineuiiy oi recogThe Cherokee's a perfect Check Rowor; a perfect Hand Drop Planter mid a Perand va- places, but Somerset Is one place whore found in anv of tho 10 Pullman cars. o a committeeman who asked him not nizing mild cases of small-poTry one. not. While thu county wont dry rim rnll road cmnlovos mado the dis- - to sit In the choir. It Is also charged fect Self Drill Planter. rioloid In this race and of tho impor it Joes 2,2o0 majority and all tho 11 ........ . 1......A liiivlni.tinnn nn (nmillni nt. that he &ald he would break tho d d by over tanco of calling In experienced council censed baloons have closed, yet by what choir ui. from the passengers. In every doubtful or suspicious case. I -- Mudisoneoun- - i Is known as '"ill ml tiger" you cnn got LANCASTER, thu stun" in uny qiiuiitiiy and at any Our doctors have vaccinated time. Somo time ago the operators of 1,000 people aud the work Is still g ti10Bt, ijllnil Hirers" were arraigned In on. court and lined, btfi for the Mist few Mr. and Mrs. Jake Corminy, of Stan-- j , wooks they have been running wide pnlli e and ice tho lUtxl-omt-- it Lln- - of iIElf r WALL PiPEB ! -N post-ollio- o picture frame: Window Shades, MOULDING ! ' i Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, ca-o- A. El. GIBBONS, Danville, fln investigation Our Styles and Prices in Children's Clothing l. THE GLOBE, I -- st2S"S" Mo-Crea- ,i,"', :s:2S?s I ut indu-trlou-- ly 1 1 Sentinel-Democra- t. Con-ifre- -s 1 i do-ce- nt CALDWELL & LANIER, ..". '.." I Mc-Croa- ry Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig 8$ ffocker wide-awak- e FACE rjpv ----.-- --jlv : LOTONS, - IS m 1 l -- - -.- - - v - - vgH 1 d o I -- soul-thrilli- 1 CARPETS. n-- iit 1 1 liaud-shake- -- lv 1 yu ,..t I .HI w- m sip rrPirwfi A B if I pre-pare- d I x I I! I TER7UTS C7SH. i 1 1 H. J. McROBERTS. :--szr I o ;s.:!:iS5'.'StSia - 1 I ...l-i....- .. 0. Cherokee Corn Planter, Tornado Disc Harrow. &' Gar-net- tell-In'- ex-poll- ed x FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. 1 . Representative Simpkins, of Masea-- I Commodore Winficld Scott Schley chusetts, died at Washington of henrt has been ordered to command the fly- Ing squadron nt Hampton Roads. falluro. The condition of Spanish troops at Miss Gertrude Lucas wns given a 825,000 verdict at Hopkinsville for in Mnnzamlllo Is said to be terrible. Star juries rocclveu by being struck by an vation and disease prevail, and tho loss to the government is heavy. L. & N. train. John Phillips died at Hammer, a The receipt of the president's mes village near MIddlesboro, from tho ef- sage and the report of the board of In- At Louisville Store. fects of injuries received while his qnlry into the Malno disaster are the ru5st important events In the house nnd burning. homo was Charles Anderson, deputy sheriff of senate mis eeK. The hall l keep It endeavor .. .omu Mum ou .vuj.uMiue, i in., ready to give started to rolling and we. wivalues Ourtonew good moving bv being ever Magollln county, was shot anil killed you quick servico nnd big are still an Mug and while searching a house for a man for ::r..."1 scen Utt,3P the hnjr- - nsoneh d.iy comes we are better nml Mill better umilnne.l to furnish von thu mar. llsh West India Ueet have boon order whom he had a warrant. ilinndNoyuti want. Buford Allen got a life sentence nt ed to go at once to New York. Miss Ima Hkllpoitkr, of Kan- Elizabethtown for burglary, having Yesterday's Courier Journal said-A- t At no time since the blowing up of sas, despairing of ever getting IF1 last it may bo said without exag- Sri already served two terms in tho penithe Maine has wnr seemed as probable a lover to change her peculiar patro- geration, or any taint of yollow tentiary for tho same offense ' . . ' imymic by marriage, appealed to the Fifteen thousand people witnessed that a state of war exists benourv is '..., ve on the point that the' Kansas Legislature and had it changed ......, "' T-TTf.. UllVOHH, uuu r tho wrestling match at Madison Square tween tho United States and Spain. .aM .,.i 7i Hd UUIH hllU t;.lUU9il'll to Helper. A rose by any other name Garden, in which Ernest Roeber won Tho civil war cost 303,000 lives. Of L7 from a lloating mine. The Spaniards JPImei ' wouiu uououess smcu as sweet, out over IshmaeltYousouf, the Turk, on a this number OS.ir-- wero Main tn battle. L"5' -deny this and the fact that they are Miss Ima thought that a girl with her The vast army which Miooiimbud to di In our nun' Fpurtuu-ndispatching their torpedo boats to Ha- name was too heavily handicapped in fowl. .MenMjtnck cheviot iiiits, all wool, The Amazon Hoslory Company, lo- sease was no less than 1M.331, while vana shows that they mean to stand by fl, the battle for a husband. Ima Helper McnV Scotch uluvlot Miitt, nicely trimmed tipnt JO. their assertion. It is now said to be is much raoro taking and some fellow cated nt Muskegon, Mich., failed for th remaining 20.000 or so died of Mini's 14 bluoolay worsted suits, handsomely trimmed up, at iV the president's policy to send a mes ought to take her, if her original name 31S0.000. It is tho largest concern of wounds recoirod. The report of tho court of inquiry Hoys' long pant suits at jl 00 to 10, its kind In the world. It worked S00 regarding the: is not sage to Congress too utterly descriptive. men. that the Maine was blown rp by a lloatHoys' Knee pant suit nt Too to in. condition 01 anairs in uuoa nnu astcing ' Freddie The father of Hoy' knee pants nt 2l'c per pair, ... for 8300,000 for the relief of tho starv TllK Carolino Promoter, published Lemcke, of Evansville, Intl., has sued ing mine was cabled to Madrid. In reply the Spanlih government cabled Hoy' luiN at lo each, ing Cubans, to ask of Spain to care for) at Bowline Green. Va.. and edited bv '. the street car company of that city for Men'i jortiis panN nt hOc, her own helpless people and to come to ' a cousin of the writor, Mr. C. C. An- - 820,000 damages for the loss of the that Its court found that the disustur was due to an internal explosion. Men' derby lint nt 2oc, somo satisfactory terms with them, fail derson, has been received and Vol. 1, hands. South Carolina Negroes aro offering Men's line shoes at f por pair, laro or oongrug, Ing in this to declare hostilities. The No. 1, shows that the young man wields child's Tho Bank of Merr lam .Park. Minn., their services in largo numbers and Mimi's work .lioe-- . nt S3c pur pair, terrible atrocities must end and Span- - a most facile and capable pen. That failed to open, $:10.000 of Its capital of uuiujuuiius m-- ueiug organized to oe Men'i Creole at fl worth f 1.60, sh cruel tyranny be driven from the the Promoter while promoting thej 830,000, having been invested in the in readlnes iu case of war with Spain. Veil's celluloid collars all uumhots 11 to 18 Ht."in. Western hemisphere. The president of Its section, will promote the time checks recent- It Is said that 5,000 could be placed in Men's negligee shirts at 33c each, is said to have stated that from a lack-o- wealth of Its owner, we join his numer forged government ly discovered. line within a week. One company has Men's tailor made miiim at f 11.50 for two week" onlv. powder and other reasons we are not ous kith and kiu in hoping. The river la far beyond the danger already been equipped with spades, prepared to go to wnr for 30 or 60 days, Capt. R. D. Evans, known as line at Cincinnati, b'elng (10 foot. All axes and picks. but as factories are running day and & which does Our present effective lighting force night preparing arms and ammunition, 'Fighting Bob," has been placed in the trains save tho C. O.. use the "ditch," had to abandon consists of four battle-ship- s of the first supplied in much command of tho Iowa now at Key West. not the deficiency can be class, one battle-shiof tho socond in our dress goods and notions, One lot of trimming silks that Id nt 73f xt n.w sending of the torpedo He says if there is to be any lighting the union depot. less time. The Sherwood S. Gunning, receiving tell- class, two armored cruisers, eighteen sVI nt 33c per yatd Ono lot of line flotilla to Havana is regarded as an act he wants to be In it and if he gvts a nlk ribbons, all widthn. iu cillc, satin taffetas ,U., Bank at Cin- cruisers, llfteen gunboats, six double felling at wholesale . s prti-ebat er of the First National vu Uiby ribbon lc per yd. No 2 at 2r Ac Udit, new of hostility and if Spain persists in it, chance at the Dons on a years for em- - turrcted monitors, one ram, ono dyna- Spring dreM skirts in figured sntiMiette mil serges lined and interlin.il ships may bo sent to intercept and de- tleship, there will be no other language cinnati, was given five ewet cuh ot o ntfl V) toil but Spanish spoken iu hell for 81 bezzlemont. The crime was dlscovei- mite gunboat, one dispatch-boa- t , new percales for Miirt w.iim at Sjc per jmI, latent mid stroy it. newest style c1 not over n nu)lUh apo figures iu Ma.lri doth for whirl vnln at I2c a linndmime line of transport and eight torpedo-boatIn submitting the report on the Maine months. It iso be hoped that "Bob'' The nostmnster goifural says that A enblogram to tho New York Herdisaster yesterday to Congress, Mr. can light as woll as he talks. the rule prohibiting tho sale of liquor ald from Madrid says: The govern McKinley asked that it be at once reThe president appointed Leslie In the neighborhood of a postofllce dcos ment ha? given a decision that It will ferred to the proper committee without In which It is neither accept a money offer for Culm, debate, and that no report be made Combs, an Inconsequential civilian, as not apply to drug stores friendD. White calls him, to bo pension dispensed on regular prescriptions for nor will It permit tlo until Spain's explanation and position John ly iutiM'veniton In Cuban affairs by th Sperinl nt tMi..ni .lirect'-- ti agent for Kentucky, thus turning medical purpose-- . V I' t'n. i I i VmilTrke siilintc, Clirk arc made" known. The president hopes United Suites. With equal emphasis wnr down the old soldier of whom the ro- Jreil n ki.l J..vei l't indui are lhe best fl .unlf in tlui pirt f tin mi- the gorornmeut ha declured that it to avert war by diplomacy, but tho peo- LAND AND STOCK. cannot consider ine payment ol any t r ' ltiu.eiii'tt'r n ,nie f pie aro getting tired of that kind of publican party is wont to prate so lugudamage-- . Eastern Australia has 100,000,000 claim for foolishness. The time has come to briously. It is all the same to us, but A dispatch to a Berlin paper from Intervene and every day it is put off the veterans wont take to this turn of sheep. Madrid says: Spain will not only refu.-- c John Wood sold to T. E Adams, of to allow American Interference In adds thousands to thu death roll of the tho cold shoulder very kindly. 50 sheop at 8S. the siitlortng Culxins, but will Cubans. It Is generally thought that V e tiavr n Old Man Wokthinoton was too Garrard, pse to te i Imw p we them It l The price of hemp has declined from decline to pay Indemnity, utile the crisis will come in the next six busy with tho pardoning machine to shown unmlstnkab'y that the Spanish 8y.T5 to 83.30 In a month. days. Lot us pray that war will be authorities were for tht examine the 17 bills that awaited action John B. Foster sold toO. P. Huffman Maine explosion. If President McKinaverted, but not at the expense of the and they become laws without the govley demand- - tht- -e two things war &taring and struggling Cuban patriots. ernor's signature. Among them were some butcher stuff at ;ijc. Sea Foam II dropped dead while betho Frsizlfip Pnrn Fond hill, a hill tn In. T. D. HANKY, Manager Senator THURSTON, of Nebraska ,'c,.easC lhe iurisaicton of ouarterlv ing exercised at Lexington. GIRL SEEKS ONE SLIPPER. The Harrodsburg Democrat reorts wnose wife uieu on a VCsSCl near till-- l ,.n, ,,..,, tn nwriil'itn nn- nnd IJrauihHt..r.-1.a- t Paris Carlisle, Mt Veiling, Hanlitn, l.nwremeluirg. JIU Joiephlne Tlckner Ilecomen Vn. ntl.l vana, while he was Investigating af- Uniting the clerical assistance to tho sale of 100 barrels corn at 81. To. ana,erHHille. Kininence, (ieortfetown wn Frankfort MnikMirl, I ml tTlllliiKl)' n .Modern Clmlr rrllu. Robln-S3- n John Holtzclaw sold to James fairs in Cuba, delivered a great speech court of appeals. Miss Josephine Tlckner, of falC Waa small bunch of heifers at 31c. in the Senate the other day on the horlnut street, Chicago, has lost ono of The Jessamine Journal says that her slippers, nnd, like Cinderella, feels rible condition of tho natives of the isThe Louisville papers note the reThomas Mctcalf sold a lot of corn at that she will Imj comforted only when land, who aro dying by.the thousands turn from Florida after a stay of more It is returned. Tho young woman is from hunger and other privations. He than a month, of Mr. Emmett G. Lo- 30c a oushel. Anthony Williams, of Larue county, not particular whether a prince or a recognized that the time had come for gan, who will at once proceed to declare this country to act, as every hour's de- war against Spain, in the Times, now has 10 children, all of whom were born peasant brings back her missing footgear, and ou"er n reward promising to lay only adds another chapter to the that he has gotten so far from the seat on Friday, hangman's day. Maddon says ho hasn't sold Plaudit, ask no questions of the lucky finder, Our tint wll e i'h uper fur ou now limit it win l. ,1(.xl u,r, jfol Ihv iiii tin- pt. e awful story of misery and death. This of action. to advance. lut Ntum ll will take lnor paint Tlw t,wd will In- ii, ure nor has Eugene Leigh offered him 820,- - and expecting no roinantio denouement. l"K'lii government snotiiu intervene, peaceMiss Tickncr, ns ono of the leading ii!orl nt an It will rqulr inirv nil to till iln mriM Now that the Kentucky launching is 000 or any other sum for him. ably If It can, foiclbly if it must, and belles in her neighborhood, is fond of Horse show day here Is less than two parties nnd dances, and it wns while end tho terrible carnage. The hall was off our hands, wo will take up the Spain packed to suffocation and the way the incident. Wonder if wo declare war weeks off. If you are going to adver- returning from n social function that she lost her hHpjKjr, which, whllo not appeal for Intervention on tho part of will as many colonels answer to the tise your stallion why not do so now. Tho best informed fruit growors and of glass, is fine nnd small. Her friends, the United States was applauded shows call to arms as did to the call to forage li ii ll, KMutir in o ,, I' iii .u tin pitiui .f n orchardlsts of Hardin county report nnd especially her masculine friend?, that the sentiment Hnds a response in at Old Point? that tho fruit was not injured by the have organized to find tho slipper to every American heart. If McKinley earn tho reward of her gratitude nnd a BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, recent cold snap. intends to do anything let him brace up bought fitting amount of money. Robert Colyor, of Somuraot, and do it without delay. Cuba must be Miss Tickncr lives in a fnshionnhlc j Dr. Hugh Hogau, a prominent Atlan-tiaof M. S. Baughraan his stallion, Geot go residence, nnd it is said her free and by making tho blow short, beaux aro is dead. sharp and decisive a world of suffering A mob killed a Negro who attempted Dictator, 3S02, for 8200 and sold him numerous. For several days she had four mules at 835. been preparing for a fancy dress hall, j will cease. to assault a white woman at Moultrie, d of hogs ut 3 to .'U, and equipped herself with a new gown, ' Sales of a There have been more chances for Ga. 23 cattle at 827.30 each and a hat, a iair of shining slippers nnd oth im ii'iiaJM m vnvk Col. R. H. Crittenden, last living son tho governor of Kentucky to display for 8130 are re- er fancy wearing npporcl. At the hall old short-horm of John J. Crittenden, died at Frankshe was much courted nnd danced himself since Gov. Bradley took tho ported In tho Jessamine Journal. reins of government than during any fort. In Nbraska the winter wheat acre- many dances. She enjoyed waltzes, The loss by the tloodn in and about age - 20 per cent, larger now than at polkas, quadrilles nnd the rest. Her term that we can remember, and ho has taken advantage of them with credit Pittsburg and Alleghany is over 81,- - anv time In the history of tho State. now slippers were given much service in a short time. , alike to himself and the State. His 000,000. It Is understood that spring wheat and Miss Tickncr was proud of the slip- - ' C. & O. took 8,000 people to the The latest achievement was his best as the corn will be proportionately as great. pers, which were of a In'te design nnd i little gem of a response to the toast1 Iaunijhinf: from ,)oInts' west of R,ch Tho number of hogs packed at West- ejieniivu. .iicr sue nun lost one or "Kentucky," which we give elsewhere. ,nond Vn ern points during 12 months ending them she searched long and carefully shows. Gov. Bradley is a many sided i "Wink" Smith, of Owlngsville.broke with February was about the largest or it. She walked over the route she man, and Kentuckians no matter what ' an l,,n wh,le "awinfflnjf cornors" in a in the history of the trade being 20,- - liad taken to lwr lwmo after the dance to no An a ln.st resort she intheir politics, never have to blush for fiuatl,'Iuc073,000. This exceeds the previous serted nrail.following tire A fnlnl,y of fiovon perished in tho advertisement In shame when ho represents them. There year by about 3,000,000. lluins which devoured their home at Dun's Review of last week quotes the a dally newspaper: is in fact nothing moan about the irov- SLITTER, MONROE ernorof .,Kentucky, except his politics. ' ent M'nn street, Colorado avtwura or Kodzlu nvenuo. price of cash wheat at l.CMi against . i . , , Thomas Allan, of Newark, O., took .81 wnicti niues a multitude of good points at the corresponding dato of last Josttphlne Tlckner, SIS Walnut struot. Miss Tickncr thinks thu slipper came carbolic acid when he found that his year; corn .33 against .301 at the corfrom partisan eyes. off on the street, but'sho did not notice wife was untrue to him. responding date of last year; lard, "I may pardon men convicted of County Clerk W. B. Wilson, of Ken against 81.50 last year; mess pork 810.23 her loss until she had nearly reached her home. manslaughter, If there are reasonable ton, is found to be 818,000 short in his against 89 last year, while in other grounds for It, even if the papers do accounts with the State. At a recent church fair in a small city give me h 11, I don't care for that, but ' Six noted convicts, five of them mur- - farm products there is an equally striking advance. tho receipts aggregated over $4,000, I will be d d if I will pardon a man deters and four life timers, were pat Lancaster Court. Rain killed which were mostly gained In unfair accused of a dishonest act either before doned by Gov. Worthlngton. business at Lancaster yesterday and competition with the town merchants. or after conviction," said Gov. Worth- - j Toll-gat- e raiders in Jessamine coun- h of the 200 cattle on the A dealer wko succumbed to solieita-tion- s Ington the other day. Tho old man ty tried to "use dynamite on a toll gate hardly market changed. A splendid bunch of to give five pairs of shoes saw seems to think that it Is less crlmo to and were tired on by troops. The .i eslon of tho Collegiate Year, will open steers were taken down at them marked at less than cost, and kill than to steal, even though the Com- -' Edward Hausman, wife and livo 812.50. A small bunch of young steers affirms that ho was afterward twitted 03HL jkdZond Ja,rL-u.ii3- r 2-5:tl- i, mandments place killing two degrees children perished In tho fire which de- sold at oo. Some heifers brought 3Jc. over his own counter because he charged New pupils beyond stealing. entering at that time, will le received el is- - Kor stroyed their homo at Kent, Minn. Roscoe Hubble, of Pulaski, Hold a yoke more than tho bazaar saleswomanr c.ill on or writ j to Mas. Swri.EY nt tin College orlino thefor eatalogue full "'formation write A drunken Negro named Henry Ows- of oxen at 800. There wero very few I Gov. Wortiunoton poses as someWILLIAM SIIELTl)N..I'i(KsniK.NT Ed wanl Ahrnstitch, an Austrian, who ley tried to hang himself at Hopkins- people in town. what of a constitutional lawyer himself. died a pauper in Chicago the other day, He says the bill Is un- ville, but unfortunately the ropo broke. GRIM VISAGED WAR. was heir to a million florins left to him A new comet has been discovered constitutional and with one fell swoop ALL BaBYLAND j rMiir'..j of his veto ax he knocked It into smith- that is said to be traveling towards the The warships are being painted a by his father, a banker, of Buda-Pestfi. i f jy .CTHrr Such Is the irony of fate. Men often die is delighlcd with tho propped of an airereens. Constitutional or not the earth at the rate of a million of miles a dark brown color, said to be the best ., ... . ... at the portal of well-wo- n success or just ing iu one of our new Myu baby earring-en- . for lighting. iviiuub governors - action win tie ap- day. We have the liiinil.sonieht ftock of proved, since the measure as passed Eight member of the mob which The guns of a battleship can carry as they ore drawn from the breakers of carriages and in town, in was tho worst thrust at the Inalienable hung Dick Allen, the Negro burglar.at from six to 12 miles, hurling a shot f adversity. all lhe latest styles, and with all the now inipioveuients, that we Maylleld, have been Indicted and ar- weighing half a ton. right of the citizen over enacted. at from Hazleton (Tnd.) disputants went to tl to ?L'() rested. The government has bought soven law over CO cents' worth of chicken, nnd The most intelligent and intelligible Some of tho Western railroads have yachts and four tugs, which will bo in- the litigation cost them $10. There is war news to bo had appears in the decided to charge excess fare o' 81 a corporated in the auxiliary licet. nothing like having satisfaction. Thnt's W. W WITHEKN, Courier.Journal. The jumble that tho day aud 81 night for those who ride in Senator Foraker Is quoted as saving what the lawyers think. papers publish Is unsatisfactory, sleepers. other that war will be declured in less than a. contradictory and bewildering. When Stanford. - - Kentucky. In Atlanta recently an incorrigible Mrs. Murion E. Taylor, of Louisville, week. Congress is getting tired of tho it comes to being a newspaper the C.-boy was sentenced, with who went to the launching, was robbed president's delay aud will take tho bit IlroMeh Mine ami Undertaking Outfit is just like Eclipse was in his celebra- of $2,000 worth of diamonds at the at In its mouth on thu smallest provoca- kls mother's consentrfo be conflned'for ted rac. aw ubjib, ana xo dc wmppeu uaiiy. Hotel. tion. j Hustunville. Ky. J fipv. .Iaiim rinvr immmnniUnr' t.hr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Kentucky division o( tho Confederate Veteran Association, announces tho annual meeting for the election of olll- cers and tho transaction of other Stanford. Ky., Mar. 29, 1898 portant business to bo held April 2 imat Lexington, and apthe AY. P. WALTON. peals to tho members of tho association to attend. A number of comrades will deliver stirring addresses and nil the Via arc authorized to announce time will be pleasantly employed. HON. AS. B. McCREARY There can be but few more of tho meet ings of tho gallant old followe and they Of Mndteon County, n candidate for Con Kress In the Eighth Congressional District ought to make special effort to make of Kentucky, subject to the action of the this one memorable. democratic party. - court-hous- e, Telling Values The 1 ! J I ffit- -t jour-nallsi- u, &, rlGlP ir IrVYPlJ jyjJLjJLi tor Tit t P , Cjk,JkJi iL S to-da- y four-year-o- ld 1 f TELLING : VALUES. A , p lirst-clas- s. NEW DRESS GOODS. d i.-i- r . ( Carpets And iVIattings, 1 I nlim-mni-- Kiix-ibelh- Iff ur House 1 hk Painting - PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY. m I n, izVVyf5 DRUG STORE. car-loa- six-mont- n axBaa ims mmt i- - LOCT-SATUtt- :....' 83.-1- 0 onc-lift- Stanford Female College. 1MJ7-0- 800-poun- d a,3r, m- 1898. (t anti-cigaret- te h. . fr lieu-.......- ... . ij ! Jie-sellin- g J. ten-year-ol- d, IJv-ge- ia . .. i.i... WtStftVIfc'inin li ...- '- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., 'March W. P. WALTON. 29, 1898 The "Middle State." It is sufficient for the people who nre obliged to "skimp" nnd manage to make botli ends meet to n?allie that they get moro pleasure out of life thau those who can afford to gratify their whims arid who need not think before deciding upon any purchase that strikes their fancy, sayB a writer in the New York Tribune. As Bridget says in "Elsie," there is a "middle suite," in which people nrc far happier if they would only believe It than those who nre well with this world's goods. "A purchase is only n purcliasc, now tlintwe have money," continues Bridget, regretfully. "Formerly it vvns a triumph When we coveted a luxury in those good old times we used to have a debate for days before, and weigh the for and igainst, and think what wemightspare it out Of, and what saving we could hit upon that could be an equivalent. A thing was worth buying then, when we A felt the money we paid for it!" book, an ornament, n plant, a bit of china, a piece of silver" all hod their value in those days of our simplicity. Shall wc ev cr loom that there are better things in the world than money can buy? Simple pleasures and happy hours, that are unattainable by the rich! What are the young people made of nowadays that they drend poverty somuch? Are not youth and health and a sufficiency for absolute needs riches enough? Does romunc count for nothing In these days of Mammon? Riches take to themselves wings and flee away, and, as a matter of fact and of statistics, thoeo marriag'cs which, from a worldly point of view, seem most de1 the If it is Worth Printing I 1 Twice-a-Wee- k Courier dournal Will Print it. ek A. S. PRICE, Burgeon Dontist, en-low- ed And Every Democrat. Every Republican, Every Man. Woman or Clilltl who can read will vviint to read It. The twlce-a-weCourier Journal Is a Democratic paper, of six or eight pages. Issued Vednediiy nnd Saturday of each week. The Wednedaj prints all the Clean New, and the Saturday prints Stories, MNcellanj, l'oetry, and all matters of special Interest in the home. It Is, edited by Henry Watteron. ue IK Stanford, Ky. Offlr0Ter Mollolx-rts- ' HulMlng. Drug Slurp In tho ,()irilej DR. W. B. PSO-W- , m mn , $ i . t V;,l.v 7'vv v- . .''astj ?;& SiSSra9pw.Xutf PRICE per and agents. good-payin- $i,oo a YEAR. nre given Club Raisers, commissions are allowed You put 104 pood paper, of six or eight pages each, for 51 less than one cent a pa- Useful premium g MBSMBtBOMIV V v, t, 1 Dally Courier-Journa- l, Dalfv and Sunday, 1 year Suntln alone, 1 ear er L ?G.0O 8 00 i 1 2.00 DentlMt, Office od MAU2U t TWICE-A-WEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- I.nciUritrit it tnnford, t K lloldeace MISS OSIKISTXISnE TIIK KENTUCKY LAUNCHING. . wnr.-hlpKen-tncky, Z&Z&J?D3L-tt2orn F Amid historic HUtToundlnn and In tho precunei! of thousands of Iventuck-luiir- t . and Virginian, the d was launched and at about noon Thursday. Chcert) of tho multitude and tho shriek of steamboat and other whistles nlgunll.'cd the ovum, which proved most propitious throughout The Kearnargf, u twin of the Kentucky, was t christened by the wife of Lt. Commander Wiiislovv, bin the entire interest was centered in tne Kentucky, which was to be christened by a beautiful young girl, who had in her abhorrence of Itquor for any And Denier hi braved all precedents and decid85O. ed tiKn water for the act. As Miss HA.E2TESS, SADDLERY, Christine Hrndley uttered the words .STANFORD. KY "I name thee Kentucky," she hurled tho bottle of water from the spring that Abe Lincoln used to drink in bovhood, and It broke baptizing the prow with nature's natural beverage. Some smart . .....TIIK Alecks threw bottles of whUky at the ship, also, much to the chagrin of the governor. Afterwards Gov. Bradley and his statL the governor of Virginia and his stall and many other persons more or lurt. distinguished sat down to a banquet at the Chamberlain Hotel at Old I'olnt. Gov. Tyler, of Virginia, responded to A Straight Democratic Newspaper. I'n the toast to his State and took occasion dorsed by the Inst convention as (lie Olllcinl Organ of Democracy, to get gay over the unheard of performance of christening a ship with water, For the Free Coinage of .Silver. but after Gov. Hradley had called him For the Chicago Platform. down and sat on him a few minutes, he For the Democratic Nominee. For the Interest of the Mniec wished he hadn't been so previous. Gov. llradley responded to Kentucky In the beautiful and eloquent words All tho Latest Telegraphic News. All the State Nowj. Which Kentucky? Is It the KentucAll the Latest Market Rcporlfi. Correct Court Reports, ky whose, people with one acclaim reCorrect Market Reports. turn thanks to the distinguished secreReliable Noh Report. tary of the navy for the splendid comHoncvt Wltorlal Policy. pliment paid them, and to tho bulldeis of tho ship for their kind and generous courtesy and hospitality? And The chrl-tcncHi-n- UNDERTAKER! pur-M)s- e, SUBSCRIBE NOW! WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. bo-lo- it has been. N"t according u tho fit-tof pirate Vtkingf, clad with tho but with sparkling skins of wild bea-'Hthe spring which quenched water from tho infant thirst of him who gave freedom to a race and saved our country from destruction And when the great ship majestically moves to the glorious destiny which Is in store for It. It will be sanctified by the prayer- of more ChrUilan women than all the others that have ever moved on the face of the waters. Whether under calm and cloudlet skies, or struggling with tempest and waves, whether in peace or war. there shall hover nvr U. not tho spirit of alcohol, which has destroyed so many lives, desolated so many hom's and caused the shedding of so much blood and so many tears: but the spirit of Kentucky's noblest son. the grandest man in all the tldo of time.' symbolized by God's gift to man, that which causes the earth to j iold Its fruits and harvest, which cleanses and purities, which quenches the thirst of the living nnd relievo- - tho parched lips of the wounded and dying. Purity and patriotism have been blended in the christening of the ship, which I predict will win more fame, gather more laurels and accomplish more good than any that has ever swept the sea Aud In our parting with the majestic vosel, Kentuckians with one voice exclulm: 'In spite of rock and tempest's roar. In spite of faise lights on the shore. Still oil, nor fear to breast the sea: Our hearts, our hopes are all with to-da- y -- There'nre ft'great'rna'nj,1 pcYsonftln this onntry who Bquand?r money on postage stamps and postal cards who might a great deal better save It. If it .ftloncy Wnsted, mnum FOR Roth one year :iik al : imnv ONLY $2,50. were not for such persons, however, Uncle Sam's postal revenues would be greatly reduced, so It Is just as well, perhaps, that things arc as they arc. One form of letter writing 1b especially prevalent in rural communities. It is practiced by people who liave no large business interests, but who love to receive mail. These people make a practice of sending for samples, catalogues and prospectuses. Whenever the see an advertisement "Samples free by mall," the write for a sample. They send their names to directories nnd are classed as "agents," and almost any 'Jay the "agent" can go to the post office and get a bulky catalogue from some concern which manufactures revolvers and three-dollgold watches. The j'oung man who has a pahsion for answering advertisements loves to be seen coming from the post office with nn armload of mail. The fact that he is in correspondence with so many Important business houses seems to giv e him a sort of standing, or at least he fancies so. At any rate he helps to Increase the revenues of the postal dear subscrllH;rs who will pay In advance. Samsent freo on ple copies of Courier-Journapplication All subscriptions under this olTcr must be W. I'. WALTON. sent to Stanford, Ky UM the price named to nil our subscribers who will renew and pavln advance, or to all uew Wo have made a special clubbing arrangeCourier Jourment with the Twice-a-Wee- k nal, and will bund that paper and ours for in I two-doll- ar sirable, often turn out disappointing, while the young couple who begin life with modest wishes and simple requirements are opt in their middle life to bask in the sunshine of prosperity. Some author has said that a comfortable fortune is the supplementary youth of middle age. A poor supplement, indeed, and one which thorn; who possess the real thing need not envy, even although comparative poverty may be its accompaniment. The possibilities of Alaska still constitute a subject for speculation, but that the bleak territory is to be permanently peopled, Just as California and Oregon were peopled, so far as the rigors of climate will allow, is not to be doubted. Thousands are already there, DU&ABLE, FOmBlE, lilVBU GUARANTEED PRCE, $35. IS partment. During the early part of a dinner recently given in Washington, reports an exchange of that city, the guest of honor, a young married vvocian who is the proud mother of two very small boys, suddenly paused, with a startled look, in the midst of an animated conversation with her host, and cried: "There, if I didn't forget those boys again! Have you a telephone in tiie house and may I use it?" Her ho6t conducted her to tho telephone, and presently she returned "I do hope you will pardon me," she said, "but you see, I always have Georgie nnd Eddie say thcir prayers to me before they go to sleep. In the hurry of getting off I forgot it so I have just called up their nurse. She brought tho children to the 'phone, nnd they hare just said their prayers over the wire, so my mind to-nig- thee, Our hearts, our hopes, our prayer, our tears, Our faith triumphant o'er our fears, Are all with thee, are all with thee." A The Weekly Dispatch Roth Semi Weekly Interior Journal, Ono Yoar For Only $2.65. The Daily Dispatch A ! MhTROPOUTAN N'EWM'VPKIt Thoroughly iviiiiprcri with r.vnT riu;miy 10 Keep run dally po.sted upon till tile events ol the world. 1 $1.1 year, Dally, except Sunday, (1 months, f:t, jenriO. Daily, with isumlnv, 0 motiihtt, SS singular suit for divorce has been entered In Hobertsou county. Somo time ago a Mr Woodward fell In love with the pretty daughter of a prosperous farmer of that county. Ills suit was looked upon with disfavor by the father of the girl. So they made arrangements to elope under cover of a dark night to Carlisle and get married. The plan succeeded beyond his most sanguine expectations. The groom was and found after very joined in the holy bonds of wedlock that he had married a sister of his finance. It seems that his girl had changed her mind at tho last moment and persuaded a younger sister to take her place. He didn't like the arrangement, hence the suit. near-sighte- d be-In- is relieved." g Address, THi: DISPATCH. Kv. Is mm m Some Plain Facts. Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of greater or less degree, arise from lack of knowledge of the truth, and more frequently from deception. The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the attempt 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 The effort to public or private. 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 75c. a year. The address is Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. one-hal- f, It the Kentucky who5o name t written Indelibly upon every chapter of the nation's history since her admission into Jho sisterhood of States? Is It the Kentucky whose brave, bold pioneers rescued a wilderness from the savoge and made It blossom as the rose? Is It the Kentucky the eloquence of whose Clay. Crittenden, Marshall and Hrockinridgo shook the hulls of Congress and stirred the hearts of the people on the hustings? Is It tho Kentucky of waving of crystal streams, blended mountain top and sky, of chivalrous men and beautiful women? Is it the Kentucky whose gallant solThe editor of an exchange says he is diers have ever been found In tho foreof battle, whose seamen have won a true christian and an adamantiue front famo upon the ocean and christened pillar of tho church and loves sacred heathen lands with their precious songs, but when night after night he hears a neighboring family that owes blood? Is it the Kentucky whoso generous him three year's subscription singing people sympathize with tho oppressed 'Jesus Paid It AH," he feels like shedand downtrodden of every land, and ding his Christianity for a few mowho earnestly desire that the nation ments to go over with a club and give shall inlerveno to prevent further them a receipt in full. atrocities upon tho suffering people of To tho Klondike, Alaska, North and Cuba, and If the investigation should Northwest! First-clas- s service via the justify, to avenge the death of our sai- Queen it Crescent Route, with through lors, not by demanding Indemnity in Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Louismoney, but an Indemnity in blood? ville and St. Louis. Vestibuled trains Of this Kentucky I can not fittingly from New Orleans, Birmingham, Meridian, Jacksonville, Atlanta and Chatspeak in the short timo allotted. But It Is tho other Kentucky that tanooga. Ask your railroad agent lor particulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell, calls for speech, poetry aud song, that D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. gave its first Kentucky which Tho Kearsargo and the Koutucky are sea. kiss to tho There Is no better ship, there could 3GS feet in length, 72 feet o luehes ' n beam and 2.'5 fi limy bo no bettor uajifi. jI, but When fully manned and equipped carry normally 4 li luun .. alio starts on her mission, wo will all lhe may taue .ibuaid 1,210 lo.ts, aim exclaim: "God bless Kentucky on- tho till otlltxts, sailors and marines are re o rnvisrato each of them. land! God speed and protect Kentucky iinin-Llyht IjtiuJied convicts inthoFrank-for- t on the sea!" prison have been vaccinated. No ship has over been christened as - blue-gras- s, IT.ayino Cards. Owingto the Increased demand for C & O. i'lay-In- g Cards, the Chesapeake : Ohio Ky. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which are now on sale at the Plui'iilx Hotel ticket olllee in Lexington, at 13 cents per deck, three decks for 10 cents, or H.tSO per dozen. These card- are ."0 cent quality and will be sent by mall to any addicss on receipt of above pi Ice with four cents per deck for postage. Persons remitting $1 t0 for one doen lots will have them sent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly Parties contemplating euchre or whist clubs should not miss this opportunity to lay in a stock of flue cards at such low rates. Geo. W. Harney, D. P. A C. it 0., Lexington, Ky. C. A, O. The very unusual scene of a man vvnlking through the street with a meal sack full of silver dollars was witnessed at Lexington, Ky., a few days ago. Jiibt before the close of banking hours two men, apparently good old farmers, walked into the Phienlx national bank, one of them carrying the sack. They told Cashier Wnl-le- r Rhodes that they wanted to mako a deposit, which he, knowing the men to be citizens of the country, from near Jack's Creek, accepted. They untied the bag and counted out a sum which looked to bo about $3,000, ever piece of which was a shining silver "plunk." A part of the money was carefully wrapped In paper packages, $20 in each. The scent of these packages clearly indicated thnt the money had been burtwo-bush- el How cfti it he done? Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust result in an honest product at an honest price The dickens-derfe- r is the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. It is built on strictly scientific principles, and of only the best and most durable material. Some distinctive fcutues, visible work, interchanpealde type, put lability, durabilwith ribbon nuismce. un ity, doirg varying alignment, unexcelled manifold ing! M"pepaiato ch racier, etc., etc is the onlv typeTho Rieken-deife- r writer leceiving highet award at world's human daring. Fair. Improved ince catalogue and testimonials Send A Wnbash (Ind.) physician reports a case of a homesick cow. MOORE BROS., GEN'L AGTS. The doctor a few weeks ago bought a 125 E FavvMu M. 2lSFst N. W Washington, D. C fine milker from a Wabash county farm- Baltimore Md. er. She was brought in nnd placed in his stable, but from the first day refused to eat, nnd spent the days and nights in melancholy lowing. She the first day or two gave an abundnnce of THE POPULAR milk, but soon afterward became "dry." oW ! and the doctor became fearful she oW he returned :&H would die. The other dny ktlttiri her to the farmer. She appeared over- ! Mtl? WW 4f joyed to get back to the old home, be: Mr gan to cat voraciously and is ngain giv! ing milk. The doctor attributes it all to homesickness. and it is believed that 2.50,000 will go in with the advent of spring. Of course many will return, but thousands will flock thither in the following spring, and so on until the inevitable reault must be a fixed quota of inhabitants, to whom and to whose descendants Alaska will be a home. It seems that no spot except the north pole is impervious to the conquest of man, and that in time must yield its secrets to to fr well-define- d jTfcrfrikifcrfrilrTk: www 2 A certain Milwaukee steamboat captain became impatient the other day. as lake captains are liable to do, bcnusH-o- f the slow and poor work done by sor. of the handlers of freight who were loading the vessel. With round, swear words, the captain informed some of the men what Ivo thought of their work nnd of then. man, with some naOne tural humor as well ns physical ability, turned to the commnnder nnd delivered himself of the following: "Well, capied beneath the earth. tain, what do you expect for $13 a The supreme court of Illinois has month congressmen nnd senators?" weli-measurgood-nnture- 2tk4f4f4r! 2T$?,4ftF,4-'- ;! j:! :4t4 H i tr 4ri?4tfe t d ::wrlri?I OW W 4 to-da- y - Eight of the most remarkable marriages on record took place within n in tho parish of Ste. Marie, Quebec. Two neighbors named Morin aili Rheaume have eight children, four An Emporia (Kan.) man heard a dis- sons and four daughters. Rhen lime's turbance in the night and on getting up four sons have married Morln's four to see what was the matter found his daughters, and Morln's four sons have bulldog engaged in n desperate strug- married the fourdtuighters of Rheaume gle with a jack rabbit. Concluding that it was dangerous to interfere, he went Mr3. Ilettie Green, the star woman back into the house nnd shut the door. wealth mnker of the United States, In a short time the outside struggle found herself in Albany the other dny censed, and looking up he was sur- with only 13 cents In her peel. n. Ler prised to sec a jack rabbit looking in mnid Lad robbed her of ?0 while en a over the trnnsom of the front door. In train from Boston, nnd fled while Mrs. tho morning he went out nnd found Green was sleeping. tho bulldog dead In the f rontyard, with marks of rabbit teeth all over his per"Gentlemen," shrieked a medicine son, bearing mute testimony to his fakir on the streets of Abilene, "I brave and desperate stru'rirh'. pledge you my honor that there is no whisky in this medicine." With which gazed on him reproachfully .Mrs George Henry Unian was burn- the crisp in Maury county, Tenn. & and melted away. ed to a few-week- s handed down nn opinion deciding that the net of breaking into a henhouse and stealing chickens is burglary. The decision was in the case of Gillock vs. The People. Gillock was tried in the circuit court of Sangamon count for burglary and larceny, the offense consisting of breaking into a henhouse nnd stealing chickens therefrom. The caso was taken to the supreme court, which decided thnt breaking into a henhouse did not constitute burglary. A rehearing, however, was afterward granted, nnd the "court n6vv reverses itself. Under this decision Gillock will have to serve time in the penitentiary, according to the sentence of the lower court. man with a decennial conscience, or, nt least, such a man, formerly of Kansas, has turned up in another state. He has sent to J. D. Moody, of Eudonv, Douglas county, Kan., the price of a hog (with interest) which belonged to Mr. Moody, nnd which the conscience-stricke- n one killed, in anger, ten years ago, when it strayed into his yard from the place of his then neighbor, Mr Moody. It is reported thnt Kansas lias turned n out J tw W WW w :; ;; --k.tmmLmm,lmZ 'JK. i e E. II. UACOV, V IjonUvlllo. H!' ' JLm ia ! A- - D. 1. A .S.MaaaaftaatilllllillllltP A- FOAXK O. V. A.', J. I1KKD Chicago T . f I W- - . : : mtttt J Si C"io V rt!it'"Vnabrtlwtl." Oi.j ..' Jf Standard Authority, 5 ( Jir ' er, - Hon. ri.1 iu ..J U. i 3. supremo O'Mu. l l. J. v. o.irt. I i ,.; ? f2:Z?.& H efUol 7 i V-- ti B;a"c!r.rtl - i jj o K'll'H-u- (.Gv'trnntirK Q (. . . t itmot ri,i..i lrIll!jt!.t,o.Uh ex '"ourt. a'l t o X T w.'!.1 rcsaa w ?- xvariitt; I u ' ( ". tnli-nI li-- ii'wl 't.snit- Sutr . - T.n-i1 .i rumors lL.lK.lt l lSiln.r ? J i u!l i ' 't . o t i 'iiit--. ' feU It It Is Is Ovir I - J i g THE SSST TOR PRACTICAL LSF. t..o pronuncietlnn. easy to !t is raj) to trucj Cio growl!, of u v.uiJ. I es-- y It to team whet o word irrcons. C2SV i.i 'I. ij tot' :.l fis v.c. J vented. fivw& - o s formerly for 1 prvferMtfi were i- lonary. t .otliuru- -1 'II i ' fluiaUeercquaii)UiKVua 1 i V.'iUtiT (tlie lnti-tn.n- l Uio U' -hoi -- 1 t J rer tr l It a it") no vuIimuh. jimi lu ' lne tunuira xai uji 11 O l J"" X r'lK'fioi' ;r-- sl The li.itemu ' ooierver says; S "' not oa application to ""Spsclnwn pE" 0 5 O .& C. MEItRTAM CO., ItiMtsbrri, O Springfield, Mass.. V.S.A. 6 6oOOOOOOOOOOOOKVCXXKKKHHI "" ' ULT THE 'JEST. W" HAS "nrjNrp' - -- ,r" . M.ir. .jufci.i "-ifr " , rr-r- r: Si" - n- - ip.mwi- - ip SVENGALI POWER- - Capt Schuottlor, of Chicago, Usoa Hypnotism on a Nogro Thlof. Br Thti Means $2,000 In Booty Is eoTertd-Mesmeri- sed dacea Stolen Property While Under Spell. Man Iro- - He-- $500 BY REWARD ! - The Wont Construction. Something has been clipped from this pa perl" sho cried, springing to her -- That it shall be unlawful for any person, persons or corporation, within this Commonwealth who Section are now or may hereafter bo engaged in any way or in any way connected with the buying, sellin if tion. o' The son was at home and took the part handling or manufacturing of mixed and blended or compounded with ground corn or other oruign substances or of his sister. He found out from her the with the manufactured product of any other grain than wheat, unless each and every barrel or imcknire or snob reason of the proposed chastisement and product be labeled or branded thereon "mixed Hour," and with all the ingredients therein contained and the name thereupon ordered Smith to clear out, 1. a - MYSTERY. Lend to n 'WeddlnK. Smith horseThe of which ended in of and Mrs. Groves come to Gn., Sunday bus was known All was steeped in mysof men in case to complete as reveal a while Smith of was to woman who is now his wife. , a letlover and told him his atto were very much to by nnd she him please not to his visits. On following, however, came to Mrs. Groves out to drive, on drive showed had received from daughter. The mother declared that she would whip the girl for writing the letter, and on her arrival at home started to put this threat into execuENDS DanRliter'N SMITH-GROVE- Manufactured and put up by us. The low price of corn and other articles, compared with wheat, has been a great inducement for some millers, as well as mixers of flours, to adulterate wheat flour with corn flour, corn starch and other ingredients, thereby cheapening" their product, which they dispose of as Dure wheat flour selling it at enormous profits to the unsuspecting consumer, who imagines that he is getting a pure wheat flour at a low price, 'while Letter and he is getting only an adulterated article, inferior in every way to the true story the marriage whipping, at Augusta, pure wheat goods, which pure wheat flour cannot be sold in comSmith night, at last We guarantee that every along it light. that petition with the adulterated article. much the affair sack or barrel of flour turned out by our mill is pure wheat goods, tery, the the declining learned and to any one proving the details the contrary, we will pay the above refrom friend the family paying court the ward. We also guarantee our flour to be unexcelled in quality by the daughter, wrote any mill in the country and seldom equaled, but it can never be ter to the that tentions her mother bought as low in price as an adulterated article, although our priobjected the brother that ces will always be found as low as good flour can be had elsewhere. asked repeat the afternoon Smith take and the her the ADULTERATED FLOUR. The following Act was, passed by the last General Assembly letter he the of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: S Ilorse-whlpplns Miss-Groves- Capt. Herman Schuettlcr, of the Chicago, hypnotized a negro thief the other day with astonishing results. SchuetUer never had realized his power, but ever Blnce witnessing a display of hypnotism in his offtco a year ago he has been n firm believer in the mystic art, and now he has recovered $2,000 worth of stolen goods by means of it. Sunday afternoon Detectives Lang and Quinn chanced to see a colored man come out of the residence of J. P. Green, 15 St. James place. The negro was suspicious looking and the policemen arrested him, but not until he had made a determined fight for his liberty. The prisoner was taken to the station and searched. Three gold watches, a gold chain, a pair of opera glasses and a set of false keys were found in his pockets. When the negro was brought before Capt. SchuetUer he gave the name of James Kelly. The big commanding officer questioned him closely, but the man refused to give any information concerning his career. The captain drew his chair closer to that of the negro and talked to him earnestly. At this time he had no thought of hypnotism, but the peculiar stare of the colored man as the captain peered into hlB eyes suddenly suggested the idea. The negro already seemed to be under some strange influence. The captain leaned further forward and raised his hands. "I am going to put you to sleep," he said. "Watch my hands.'' Slowly the policeman moved his arms In a circle, and the negro, unable to resist, followed the movements. His head began to droop backward, and presently, to the utter amnzement of the captain, he was asleep. SchuetUer was excited. lie wasn't Bure of himself, nastily he circled his hands over the negro's face again and commanded the man to awake. The order was obeyed. "Now," said the captain, "you are n thief. Tell me about the places you have entered." The negro rubbed his eyes, gazed at the captain and declared he could not remember the numbers and streets of half of them. He offered to accompany detectives, however, and point out the places, which he did. As for her husband, he affected in difference. "Oil, yes," he answered, lightly. "The account of a woman who threatens to have mo arrested for bigamy." "Fatso in one, falso in nil I" shrieked tho woman, her eyes glittering with rage. "I believe you lie! 1 believe it was an advertisement!" N. Y. Journnl. "No, madam," said Meandering Mike; "I'm sorry, but it's ng'in my principles. I can't split no wood." "Well," she answered, "there will be a load of coal hero this afternoon feet Wllllnv. Mnnufncturcrs of and Dealers in J. H. Baughman & Co., Grain, Fancy Flour, Corn, Meal, Bran, Shipstuli; Corn Chop, I lay, Seed and Feed Oats. "I'm Borry ng'in; but I can't carry coal But I'll tell you what I will I'll compromise. Ef you've got a gas Btove, I'll turn on tho gas fur ye." Washington Star. The Crr ot a Dreamer. no do. Oh. for some fair Utopia, Boma glorious country, where They print no word but Kngll-- h ones Upon the bills of faro Where I may onJcr mVaU without Pronouncing foreign chaff, And waiters never stand around To give a mnn the lauich. Chicago Daily News. A1SEKTIXU and" Stanford, - - Ky. III IlIflMTV. We make the above offer of $500 to any one who will detect or prove that we manufacture here, sell or ship flour, which is not made exclusively from Wheat. This refers to all of our brands of Flour, which are Patent or Alpine Snow, Fancy Fam ily, Belle of Lincoln And Creole. No. 1, "How dare you lnugh when your mother is arguing with me?" X. Y. Evening Journnl. Slur-Hicr. Oh, lock mo In your limit, my dear Bweet fat- - who would not chewje It-kee; tho key without it fear 'Twould plrnsfi mo (Jiould you lose It. Detroit Free I'rciw. Mis Then Clnttliiic llnrktt arils. Tlilrtysinith (meaningly) An Italian proverb Miyti thnt "honest men marry toon," and Jack Swift (solemnly) 1 cannot conceal It any longer I live In deadly fear of being at any moment arrested for cmbeilemcnt! Puck. One I.riaon l.raroeil. "Next time," Mtld the mnn who glvci nilvice, "you will know better thnn to bet on a game of chnnce." "It was not a gnmo of chance," nn r. we red the mnn who had lost his coin "That element had been eliminated bv the other fellows." N. Y. World. "What Is n sniigulnu disposition, Uncle Christopher?" "Snngulnc dlspoHltimi? Well, It's your mother, Hobby thinking she can pound a picture-mil- l into the wall with n banana." Detroit Tree Press. Con I it Afford It. Mrs. X Iniceiilntia Wiminn. costume Mrs. Z lias on. I wonder what It reprehents? Mr. X (who known the Z family) It represent housework, which you hire somebody else to do. X. Y. Weekly. (atn fancy ball) Whnt nmng-niilcen- t "I Spvnl by Ilia Itrtintntlon. M.--0 by tho "Hut guilt." that Qulbbler wns discharged jury." 1 thought thnt he admitted his the horsewhipping and subsequent sational stories being the result. sen- 4 2 f. ! K' .! i f ' 1' 0 r v CZAR'S BRIDE HAS SMALLPOX. Rnaalam Cxnrlun Contract the I'lairue ut an Otllcial Dinner. It is reported from Vienna that the ezarina of Kussia is ill with smallpox, and in connection with this startling news comes the interesting information that the early arrival of an heir to the Hussian throne Is expected. Two weeks ago Count MouravieiT, the Muscovite minister of foreign affairs, gave a magnificent concert and supper in honor of the czar and czarina, all the other members of the imperial family who happened to be in St. Petersburg being present. The count complained of feeling ill on the night of the entertainment, his looks corroborating his words, aud he was forced to take to his bed on the following day. I will stand in Crab Orchard Forty-eighours later the physicians tho season of finally diagnosed his case as a very severe attack of smallpox. It was therefore taken for granted that he had al enutlful Chestnut roire.l! nn wliii... ki..,i ready been in the first stages of that the nuiowncd Hlack Squirrel (tho creat- t slro Of fancy priced saddlers llvlui?.) horrible malady at the moment when First dam Josle Umber No. u3, hv On he was doing the honors of his official Standard Kulc 0. Itccord S:10f. Sired by WaWngham 2,liiii, slro of Latitude ':17, Tj me. No. 745. residence to the emperor and empress. and many others In tho list. Walslngham. Naboth's sire, Is u sou of George Wilkes All). ,,rcH'CkSecond clam by Stonewall Jackson 72 bytellowPliiy. Ho combines thoHrst dam Third dam by King William 117. First dam Tinsel, by Messenger Duroc 100, .son of HiimbU'tnnliin and slro of Klalno 2:20, Gleneoo. Lex ngtnn aud Phaeton.blood of Fourth dam by Oythlau, thoroughbred. American Roin for England. the dum of Norlalnc, yearling record 2::il. greatly In nmku llko his famous sire, Ho Is Ilftbdam by Oliver, thoroughbred. whoso noBegrower L. M. Noe, of ladison, X. Second dam Hess, slbter to James Howell, Jr., by llntnbletoiiliui 10, slro of Dexter 2: 17. Giound Squirrel Is a very fine chestnut three mllu record has only been beaten by by his son. J., has solved the problem of packing Third dam Jesslo Sayre, by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams of St. Julian 2;11. Hodinu sorrel colt with with tine maim and tall, Concregun. DrakeIs Carter, a full brother of Ho well put up. has tho mus- American beauties. Some time ago he 2:10J4 and 15 others that have produced 2:iS0 trotters; also slro of the dam of Electioneer. which be carries as near perfection us a horse can. Ho has beun very successful In an.V!1,T,,U!,rtVr,M'ru.11 ' descend, had an order for a huge bunch of this Fourth dam by Liberty, sou of Lance, by American Eclipse. and formerly made tho show rliitfH. having hown Id In ariety from a lady who wished to take Note. Naboth Is it bay, 1(1 hands high, foaled Juno 2fe, lfrss. UN pedigree contain blood 1MM and lh7 and won 15 blues and timesred, .W, . ono them to Europe with her. In packing of Hitmbletonlan. George Wilkes, Mambrlno Wilkes, Pilot Jr., and Harry Clay. and tho only time ho was defeated was by Ho has line, high action lit Thornton Star. xoses Mr. Noe inserts each of the long all Ids gutsrack, trot, walk and canter. to terns into a potato, and on theirarrival LivingColt. This colt Is no stand-stiln iter the voyage they were found to be horse, but when you put a saddle on him ho a Living Colt. $15 To Will I will also stand tho lino, Is as good as they grow. Von can see by his as fresh as if they were just taken from young Jack, IMXllgree he Is a vary fancy and highly 'bred the greenhouse. In a letter the lady colt aud ono that will sire' fancy. will ul&o stand aid the flowers kept well for a numsaddlers, the kind that sell. ber of days after her arrival, and their Ho will servo a few maros at my farm four Ily Clinton, ho by tic by beauty was greatly admired by her miles from Danville on Danville fc Stanford 2nd, ho by Prince. Ilcecheir, Imnortpfl Prince. 1st. un ,. hmV. AT ONLY FIWE plku at English friends. owned by Adams Alfnril warn a i.. nu j. ' leu l,w,u "f Mlntotfo.1. mI,L'" lln1 will make Vacntlcoa for Fire ItorMi, season at Will make no charge for season If the colt provos not to In? salable at Helling time. The fire commissioners of Boston N'otk. A Hen retulned colts until have decided that every horse in the Mures grazed at J2 per month, which In all eases must bo paid before Ihoy are taken season Is paid, nnd when aon nil sells, gives $7 to Living Colt man or discus of his mare In any way, the seafire department is entitled to and in the .iway, Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Care taken to prevent aeeldcnts but son falls line. Seo this roll before you breed not future cball receive a two weeks anresponsible should any occur. A. E. HUNDLEV, Da.nvh.lk, Ky. nual holiday on pastuVe. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. O. II. SINGLETON. of the manufacturer or packer, and the place where manufactured or packed. Sec. 2. Any person, persons or corporation knowingly buying, selling, offering to buy, sell, delivering or olfer-in- g to deliver any mixed Hour in any way other than in labeled or brmded barrels or packages as required by this act, or in any way violates any provisions of this act, n be deemed guilty and upon conviction shall be fined not less than $100 nor more than $500 for each offense. "He did. Put he Is such a liar thnt ne one would believe him." X. Y. World. Somewhat Itricnl, Herself. "She told mo I was her king thnt had crowned her life." I Use our flour and feel sure that you are running no risk of being fined for handling adulterated goods. We solicit your mail orders especially. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky. NABOTH 10,016. Ground S quirrel, "Well?" "And then she turned around nnd said sho would never speak to mo again if I didn't stop smoking." Puck. t'arful Furniture. Mrs. Weeds (meditatively) Thathns been a very useful piece of furniture. Each of my four husbands tins used that dresser. Sympathetic Caller Ah, I see. A mntrlmonlnl bureau. Vernelty. Caller Is Mrs. Wicks nt home? IJridget No, mum. Caller Oh, I'm very sorry. IJridget So am I, mum; but she's renlly out this time. N. Y. Evening c. World. ht - Ix-c- "t clcr. Xot Jimt He Meant. "Johnson wants to borrow some money of me. Do you know anything about him?" "I know him ns well as I do you. I wouldn't let him have a centl" Indianapolis Journnl. Method In Her Gift. Mother What in the world ever pos sesscd you to give Mr. Dingo a razor? Daughter He never seems to renlize how tender my face Is. Uoston Trav Stand at Insure l, halter-show- Snh'K$5 Insure a - Second Hoarder No; however, the qunlity reconciles- one to the quantity. Puck. - the mpst tender fowl In the world. First Boarder This chicken is not Philosophy, I hl"h-act-In- g. high-tail- ed CLINTON, Insure a JR., FINE dAGKS $5 EACH. $io toIusureaUvIiijfCoH 0 Ciun OitcilAiiu, Ky. ing." Detroit Free PresB. .Serve lllm lllarnt. Bragg (who has been relating soma of his own adventures) Yes, indeed, truth is stranger than fiction. Snagg It's certainly more of a stranger. Brooklyn Life. Strength In Number. "We ore getting up n Klondike club." "When do you go?" "We're not goiug at all; we are organizing to keep one another from go- i- - ui ', Vi iittiixmaivmwnMimim mtiirmrmmimitoMmii'ttmim . ? 3 , --, i . i ,,i i r i -- ... a t flrtr, iV.y . , T ,frV, rV.JM.4ftl 4 Gasoline cook stove for sale. D. Oc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Martin. pay Se for cjjrb nnd hons on foot. Mark Hardin. I P. Fishino taoklo at Craig k Hooker's. First-clas- s jMCiMiL'ld SHaSSQQS , $- will hill onion sctH for sale for by O. J. Newland. - Mar. 29, 1898 E. C. Walton, Husinism Manaui:k. you do not follow his directions. the best medicines too. That is the onlv kind wo furnihh, Penny's Drug Tub best physician can't cure you if (Sot Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, HON. H. C. Wakicbn wont to Frankfort Judge J. M. Al.COItN, who has boon quite ill, is bettor. CAl'T. T. K. Hum went to Urlstol, Toun., a fow dajH ago. Miss Mary Wai.kuk, of Ournird, Is with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Hays. W11.1, T. Matting ly, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with his parents horo. Landrbth's seeds In paper and bulk. given to Now and fresh. W. H. MeHoberts. repairs. Hanks the Jeweler. TUB managers of Walton's Opera I will pay cash for sound walnut House are under obligations to the Danville Advocate, Mt. vernon Signal. logs, IS Inches up. A. C, Sine. London Kcntuekian and others for noAttention FishbrmknI a full and tices of tho lecture of Gen. Gordon, complete line at W. H. McHoberts'. April 7. The best scats in the House Ktios for hatching, barred Plymoth are at your service gentlemen, without Hocks, as good as tho country alTords. money nnd without price. II. J. MeHoberts. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, MY poionnl attention now 2 Z. i rwtmisSmR t . i rv Jt.trsfe-'- r hi i V iCHICHGOie- - m k - reev' m& ': WAIST AND CORSETS! -- aiu:- , r Wb nro prepared to do all kinds of Rev. W. H. Hurrill, of tiunaen, a carriage work, trimming, painting, Ac. New Jersey Gretna Green, has married All work guaranteed. Uoazloy Hros. 2S.00O couples in the last 11 years. Mr. Craig Camdon and protty Miss THIS Ice plant has been out of order Mary Saylor were married at Rowland for a few weeks and Managor Huydon on tho 20th and hero's good luck to has an export from Louisville at work them. on it. After one brief night of matrimony TlIBehl.dren of tho Mission Hand Mrs. John Smith, of Howling Green, MRS. Mary Matiiicny and Mrs. .T. are prewiring for an Kustor entortaln-mon- t loft her htisbaud and declines to live 15. Lynn wont to Louisville yosterday. which will bo hold at tho Chris- with him. Tho marriage of Robert Shears, of Fikkman Job Hout, of the L. N , tian church Sunday night, week. -- punt a fow days with his parents here. Danville, and Miss Stella, daughter of Lkjb Far.MUR, the harbor, and Mins of Mrs. Hettic A. Saxton, will tako .MUSICS. J. k. AND.M. S.HAt'Oll.MAN are attending the horse salos at Lux Caroline Uoatty wore married Sunday. place at the bride's homo in Lexington If Llgo makes as good a husband as ho Wodnosday. ington. Is a barber his wife will have no cause Thomas Owens waylaid Allen Jones Miss Sai.uk Cook has roturnufl at Columbia, Mo, ajid beat him Into from a protruoted visit to rolativos at to complain. Hiistonvillo. TUB L. .S: N. will build a side, track Insensibility because the former hud Jl'lKiH Jamus P. Hailky Is onlnre-In- g Fast of tho Lancaster stroot crossing won the heart of the hitter's girl. and beautifying his homo on Som- for tho K, C. engine, which will lay" CHURCH CHATTER, erset stroot. horo over night when tho dispatcher's CiiarmkGrhkn, of Ktliiabothtmvn, otllee i moved to Livingston. Mrs. Kllzubcth Reynolds, of Louisspent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. ville, has a Welsh Uiblo, which has L'NDKit the lmpiosiiion lhat ho would Fannie Green. been in hor family for 220 years. paitlon anybody, an attorney for Frank Mit. Y. G. McICiN'NUY ruiuriiwl to Whilu kneeling and loading In praj-e- r Hirmlnghnm yostorday, hl father be- Kills, went to Frankfort Friday and in a church at Riisslaville, Ind., Kli appealed to Gov. Worthlngton to let Middlelou foil over dutid and a panic ing much Improved. G1.0STBR, of Gallatin, him out, bui the old man wns obdurate. was created. Col A. with Judg Nsnt sovoral (1hv Kelgwln, Squire Tub at Dawson'o Mill to ried moreJames couples who has marami Mrs. M C. Sautfajr. eloping than almost be known a Lytle I1119 at lat been Mrs. J. II. Paxton will etnei-mlany man In the country, Is dangerously with W. W. White as the Economical Iunob Club from 1:30 111 In Joffotvonvlllo. Error In the IkhiiI has O4iusod to .V:w Thumluy Hfiernoon. Rev. W. S. Grlnstond received a disH. H. Dai.tox, of Lincoln county, the delny. it harlug to bo returned patch from Richmond tolling him not wu hurt this week in snrvh of cattle. three timet. to come up to assist Rev. Young in his Welohburg Cor. LoiKiott Koho. Mokhus Fakrw continued to adit to mooting there until the . iniil)-poT, J. rUl.DOCK, one of Ui bena men his stock of bltfh bre4l fowls. Saturday situation was more farorable. of Cu-eurdot'e hits paper sent Ut Stun- - he recelred from The general u?emoly of the PresbyArm In berrj, Mo , where he has located. piilr of duck, whose maul It Is terian churches will bo held in the A I'KKTTY picture of UttU pretty Utsaid enn not be told from wild duck, early part of May in the firsi Presbyterian church of Loulnvillo. ile lHily, MltM Lou Clark, of Itoyle. up-I- tbm (Met hlin i5. Ii met thoro the hist time in 11) years xgo. red In Sunday' Courlcr-JournHTllBT. W. Xiiler Cnnii). SSi, will Just after she had christened the ATHKRTON MAYflKLD, of LouUviile, meet Ml 2 I M., next Satunlny, April 2, Kentucky with water, Miss Christli e ikmIUoji as He- has urrivcd to take the ul ottlco of Col. W. G. Woleh. A Uradley received thcfollowingdispuu h n vrapher for Matr of Trains R. N. lft. full meelior I" desired as It is our med- from the National W. C. T. U : "ConHoller. io for the election of otlloer-- , for the gratulations from the National W. C. .mi km Latka Jakiwie, of Lebanon, eii..ul njr year T M. Goodkulght, Adjt. 'I' I' I, ..If ,1.1 d A. hi returned to Mis 1.1 win Ituasloy'e IIIIIIIMII WllllV IIUIJUIICI 8 litlll ...lllt., ...I.I millinery, much to the irfessnre of her blos your heroism." Cram Orchard. Mh-- Pearl Phil-ite- , ftiunds. of Suinford. has oened a millinery NEWS IN THEVICINAGE, Gkn. T. T. Garraku, though id at Crnb Oruiuird and uks lhat the layeurt old, was down Moadtiy to vote dies of the vicinity call and examine John Phillip was fatally burned in iitrulnnt the Mile of whisky. Munches-Ureo- her goods. She has just returned from Roll county. ICentuoklun. In the local option election at Louisville and has a most comprohoiisi ve Ml-Nannik Dauuiikxty, of line. the drvs won 'Ml to 20. Va ne, sHl coveral day with Mlw The tirat roller mill over in Whltloy .VlHV DKBS6. I adics you are Invited Molhe Dmigherty on hor return from stoamod up at Williamsburg Friday. to lpt'L't our display of covuri cloth, school ul Willlatwpburg. John N. Lloyd has boon appointed A l'lCTt'UI'.of Miss Nan Harris, of surgi. K ran lie cloth, black goods in postmaster at Purnell, Wayne county. , Now TatTota silks l plain and figured. who is duorlhod as "in Alox Potter, aged 01, and Mrs. Lucy as she Is irtty," upMmrwl In Sat- at 75e yard. Xow braid trimmings, Graves, (10, wore married at Pittsburg. eliiffotih. buckles Are. Severance it urday ' Courier-Journa- l. Mrs. T. G. Moron was considerably H C. ICatON, who hue been Son?. Cut. hurt by boing dragged by a horse, says hiccoughing for the hiel two weok, Is Sl'BAKINu of the showur of sulphur the London Folio. e ier U ul Mr. C It. Coluinun'e. It Is thai fell at Mt. Vernon, the Cyuthlana A has boon established ut (cured that he will not recover. Portorsburg, Clay county, with Samuel Democrat uys it hud no idea tho town (.Alt!. AND SlNUt.lCTON, MillOol hllJHsr- - was so near there a- lhat. Hrer. Alton T. Porter postmaster. tntcndcnl, has routed Kd HubbardV doesn't know Hrer Murut, or he would Richard Pettus, former mnirlslrnto cottage iihxi to Dr. VanArsdalo and know thai the latter ic always near of the Kingston precinct in Madison county, died suddenly Saturday. will move into It as soon a- - completed. there. V. H. Thompson, brother of II. C. HttAZLKY has returned Miss LtiviK Tub Dispatch Miys that "Koprosen-tntlv- e Thompson, of London, died In Louis from visit to Mt, Sterling and Clove-lauDavl.-o-n and wife, ot Kentucky, villo, where ho had boon taken for (). She wont to ihu latter place attended the hiiiuehlut:." Can it bo treatment. to -- co her relative, Dr. J. W. D.iwon, Tho Folio says that u child wus bur-le- d and found him in a most pitiful condi- thnl the gray geldiutr hai taken unto alive in Pittsburg the other day. iHiriilywd, perfectly deiif himself "fiiiu" without the knowltion. He is though rallonai edge or consent of an admiring constit- It was disinterred and found alive but and nearly specchle, died a short time after. iiml cheerful. Little Llcoie Dawson, uency? Xuyrerily; A dispatch from HurbourvUlg uy& her namesake, returned .vlth Mle It oontlnuos to rain ovory day and that Pros Ilundrlckson killed John Henley. yesterday for most of the early hours Williams, of whom ho was jealous. It poured down. At b this dispatch This makes the seventh niiin he hus LOCAL HAPPENINGS. CMiuc: "Clearing and colder: moderate killed. cold wave Monday night," and at tho Ll.T Dunks romir that watoh. Pension examiners have been up usual time a second one said: "Fair pointed as follows, at Liberty: Drs. W. S yi tire proof and new, for sale. J. and colder and Tuosdav." and Ja3. T. T. Murphy, I. S. H Hlggln. Wesley; at Manchester, II. G. Sandlin, Gkn. John H. Gordon, tho eloquent C. C. Creech and J. R. Hurchell; Mid- WlTHKRS is still receiving dand loads and U. S. Senator from dlesboro, C. C. Durham and J. W. of wall paper. See It. Georgin, will lecture at Walton's Op- Francisco. lr it ceased to rain a second yester era House, April 7. Hear this in mind Tho fact that no one was hit makes day, it was when nobody was out. and If you are wise you will take advan this story telegraphed from Richmond I. tage of tho last opportunity you will very improbable: A pitched battle YOl'NU calves wantud. In faot everyprobably everjiave of seeing and hear- took placo on Brush Creek In Rockcasthing in the country produce lino. Mark ing him. tle between the Langfords on one side Hardin. and Will Hunloy and friends on tho ON the extra page sent with Tin: liscal court will meet In regular issue will be found u short report of this other. All were armed with Winchestho ters and over 50 shots wore tired. No session the 1st Tuesday In April to llx launching together with Gov. Hradley's one was killed. and other matters. tho levy eloquent speech and pictures of him 9 MAGNOLIA CONSPICUA. Nr.WK.ST, prettiest and cheapest line and Miss Christine. Tho governor bcMor when this picture was of Chamber and Dinner Sots ever seen looked This noto uccompanied a box of beauin this market. Just received. War- taken than he over did, oven with his tiful blooms from tho tree described: vhtskors off. I send you a few blooms of the Magren & Shanks. nolia Consplcua, but thoy can give you Till! block of houses In which tho FI.OWKRS. After April 5th, I will broke out in Richmond Is to but a faint idea of the tree as it stands have a full stock of flowers for sale at D. small-poon our grounds. It is uu object of note W. Vandoveer's store. I now have bo burned, which liavo long beon a at ull seasons. In summer one pauics Hlaek Minorca eggs, purest strain, 15 disgrace to tho city. The dlseaso scorns to look at its light colored, smootho to bo under control there, tho 15 or 20 for SI. Mrs. Wallace Varnon, cases being confined In the post house, bark, dark, broad, leathery leaves, and symmetrical form. In winter the vein$500 HBWARU. There Is nothing Tho situation at Middlcsboro is decided bark and prominent buds attract atA: Co eiedly improved. umall about J. H. Iluuglimun tention. Hut it Is when tho returning ther in ottering rewards or advertising ClIVRl II Hbcbption. Row i w, sun changes tho frost and snow of winthorn. Head their big ad. In this pa- Allen and wife will arrive from Mis- ter to the fogs and clouds of sprlng,thut g per and calculato your chances of souri Thursday and the Christian Consplcua stands forth a tiling of beauof tho $500. borne church members have arranged to hold ty, as if had clustered there some hunWB learn that Wood Little, who u reception at that church Saturday af- dred birds of Paradise, having loft used to live In this county, but now re-- , ternoon from li to 5, so that tho mem- tholr Cuban homo and breasted the ridea In Texas, is back and preached at bers, and all are urged to bo present, Northern storms to see If American Preaehorsvlllo Sunday. He ia a sanct- may meet them and become acquainted. patriotism is coined into cold, Ijat gold. J. A. McKeb, ified Methodise. This is a different Tho other preachers and their wives Light refreshments Proprietor Nursery & Fruit Farm, rolo from that he used to play in this aro also Invited. will be served. Klngsvillo, Ky. county. Tt-nn-., pot-offlc- e ost-ma-le- UNEXCELLED -- IN 1 bbbbbbbbLbbbbB JeBEi 7 xt .;.- -, rjl . V .. COMFORT, STYLE, QUALITY & CHEAPNESS. . - BBBBBMBBBMBBMBBBBBBM They aro made of the finest cotton fabrics that can be woven, and come in A WHITE, DRAB AND BLACKJ . W. H :yiyiyiat.i mim BSllls mmwr.?zmm 1 irJB Colors. Lomir, medium and short waists, all in stock. in evidence and has proven the best seller I ever had. Come in and look at our entire stock. j The latter i ' vim'V in up. J Ii WA WA r. POLITICAL POINTS, ' x y, 11 etles The Legislature of Ohio ha- - pas-e- d a bill reducing railroad fare to two cents lifr a mile. iiuica-- ' iii.iii ...wi.cwi., ....' j.'", a. thai of consul general to Samoa, James m II. Mulligan has come marching home ' I mwmmMmmiwmi ;' ?& !?3 MEN'S WEAR ! i 11 K l. A V s to Loxinirton. Col. W. M. Moore, of Hturisoii, who was Speaker of tho Kentucky House a fow years ago, has announced his candidacy for commissioner of agriculture. Tho ease to test the constitutionality of tho prison commission will not be reached before April, Judge Cantrill says. Senator Doboo says that If Lodle Combs Is apK)iiitod, ho is a long ways from getting the ollice, theroby Intimating his intontion to fight the con- t si m r-. s r. Man-uhost- or 8 Latu-aster- gen-''m- F S firmation. Is out In an open Thomas E. Watson lettor declining tho populist nomination for governor of Georgia. He says 53 he could not bo olocted no muttor how J5 ? the ballots were ciist. A dispatch from Louisville says it is Kj rejiorted there lhat Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter, United States minister to Guatemala, will resign and stand for the 5 I i are oileriiujf some Special Values in Men's Suit at $5, 7.50 and $10. The material, lining and workmanship the best the country affords. Clay worst2(ls, cheviots and mixtures at 5. Pine all wool worsteds and cheviots at 7.50. Our 10 suits are good enough for anybody. Finished like a $25 suit. Your boy wants a suit. Save money by looking at our stock. Xcw Knee Pants Suits, 75c to $0. Justin. AVe carry the largest assortment of Men's and Boys' and Children's Pants in Central Ivy. See onr 2 linemen's pants and 25c, 50c and 75c line children s pants. AVc gs jjtf JjR Congressional nomination In the 11th Col-sou. district, now represented by David 1 post-olllc- - 11 d, If Leslie Combs or the man who gets the Kentucky pension ugency hus no more patronage than Maj. Matt Adams hus, he won't be In It. He uppolnted Hugh Manning his chief clerk, but was notified by the commissioner of pensions lhat all the clerks in the agency d were under the civil service lists. "1 was told that no changes would be made on my request and that if any vacancies occurred they would ho tilled by the department withont my recommendation." elas-ille- SEVERANCE & SOWS. m Mmmwf&:$&sp&mmwMm WE II WE JUST RECEIVED A Car Load -Call and See Us. Opp. Of Vehicles, - And arc oflering some SPECIAL BMGJUHS.Coiirt-IIoitsc, Wo-de- y I. A rich tlud in tho Klondike caused one of the biggest stampedes ever witnessed. Blackburn, of Kentucky, was stricken with heurt failure at Newport News, and had another attack after being taken to Washington. Ho rallied, however, and is reported by his physicians to lie out of danger. Hopkins, of The suicide of tho People's Bank of Philadelphia, brought to light the fact that he had loaned $000,000 of the bunk's funds without the knowledge of thodircctors. The bunk's doors were closed indefior Stunjoid, Ky B. K. WEAREN & SOV. Ca-hi- er nitely. TO CONTRACTORS. The Cylinder Basting' and Baking Pan. Yon can savee& i:utenr &ss Both Time a nd Trouble. wr-rarjv''ia- asa m HUN will be lecclvvd to April 15, at noon, Cull at my store and wo will o.plain how you can obtain onoof these Pasters free of for tho bullillnj; of the New Church ut Mt Morluli. Tor furthvr Information, plans and charge. Tho roast is revolved through tho juice while cooking. spvcltlcutlous, iidtlrcss, .!. I). IIASTIN, nell. Ky. ROBERT FISH, Tho crack burlier, U now back ut his old .tuiul In Mm. Egbert's itiiri room ready to nhuvu mid haircut. All y:lvo you u flMt-clneeding work tliould cull on him. Ho la (uro to please jou. Crub Orchard, Ky. 05 us MARK HARDIN. A YEAR! x 11 For hutching. Ulack LaiiKshan, 50c, Light Urnhmas and Hrouze Turkeys, J1.B0 per cutting of 151 Pure stock. 1. S. Trvis, Sliulby City, Ky. Q TJir JllLrvTO. r HILT PAPER FOR $2.00 1 got-tin- MRS- - KITTY 3 KING, m CKAB OltCIIAKD. KY. Has just returned from the IILiXj 1 3STE3Z5"" t'J any address, by mall, ticstawo paid, for $!. The Uveninir Tost Is tho brightest and best afternoon dally In the South. It prints the full Associated Press dispatches, supplemented by corre every from spondence The increasing demand for u daily newspaper at a price which puts It Indiana and Tennessee. vlthln the reach of every person In Kentucky,county In Kentucky and Iiut bien met by the Lou- com-p- it IsmIIo t'ost. This iouuiern inaianu; nas a special utaff correspondent to af'irnoon dally will In Washington, and thorren il'c KvenitiK 1'ost ough and reliables men at cvir week day In tho I r year Evening Post. Trankfort. Kull market reports, choice miscellany, short stories, woman's page, nil the sport-Innews. Editorially tho strongest paper In tho souin. xseaiiy pnniea on flno paper. Send for sample copy. Address tr Markets, and hus brought with her a choice selection of all the novelties of tho kcason. An inspection of her stock is solicited. THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. KY. - fc b ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL PUTS AIR LTO LIQUID. ProC M.'blloli.od.'r'vi.oaAa.yo sxii A 3TrJ.4o.ve SLJ Pockham, a Brooklyn Soion-tl3- t, Makos Exporitnonta. P1CU. YJfiAli IX AUVAXCK to paid Creole Iff When not a:::. GO will e charged. Mercury llnril HnnuRh to drive H .nll I'lilquv Tent AVIier- elij Kire Ih Animren tl.v Proccn In Ileil-IIot Move. Feckham gnc a public exhibition tlie other day at the Adel-?college, Brooklyn, of the phenomena TIME GIRD. if liquid air. The results of some of the professor's experiments were startling KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. mil it was not until later that the disreturning covery of the process was fully known. 10 a. in., Trains leave fatanford at l 4: 25 p. in. The professor brought several galKNOXVILUnfiVlSION. lons of the liquid nir into the lecture-rooHe explained that the process by .12 ?J J' No. 21 Train going North f 3 13 am which it was made was in the main like " " No. 2fi " 12 10 a m that used in the manufacture of ice in " South No. 25 " " -' V w No. 23 " the skating rinks nnd other places Forall'iFolnts. ihere artitlcial cold had to be devel-ape- Mi Prof. W. C. hi Whnt Coiilil lie .Mcimt FORTUNE FOR GRACE TOWER. DR. R. said the merchant to tha I'rc.l llclnAco mi young- clerk whom he had Kent out col- Former Wife o llclrenn with ISO.OOO. lecting', "did you have nny luck?" .lust on the cvo of his weddlnp to HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & "Some." ., . " . Cn.iin rn...:.. .t !. SURGEON, " I znrcaich ,n" "I suppose you got the amount Mr. ' t"Z XL' ...- Mnil tiBiu Pntherinirtm, nwo.iV Ym. cnt.l i. ,..., nger """" """. uvc" . Kentucky. I red Uelnsco nt San Francisco Stanford, n personal mend ot vours." thnt his former wife, from wlinm im OHU'o over Digging & McKlimey' Store. "Xo, J didn't get the money. Tho divorce yearn ngo, has fact is, I don't exactly know "what to secured n a come Into fortune of at least fcJ.'O.OOO. make of my experience there." Your Life i the former Mrs. Fred Belasco wius Opportunity "How was it?" Miss Grace Wallace Tower, the datigh- "I went In and said: '.Mr. Fathering- tor of Calvin 1). fto ixirrel tluuriiiff Tower, who. with hln A .. i .,n...i ... i. , "Well, -i m. PHGLPS, HOUND TO SHI.L All those Malta Cultivators, All those Hull bearing Dcciitfg mowers. All those Hall Waring Uceriug binders, All those nice wot king Deuring liny All llio.-H-' uent looking hucgie, All those hoIkI Oak stilts Furniture, All those cross rowing corn ji'nntern. All of those nt I). L. C VUPKXTEK'S. llustoiiville, Ky. inkes, of I , with: 'That's ail riri mv .v yours; take herand be happy! Me-Up. tv 1, ' !'Himri 1 ' " Pick. Ml Tnxtet suited, Employment Agent Th ton o th monrin t' ye, Biddy Mnloney. Oi've found n place fur ye. Go to the strati! nnd number ye foind on this card. Domestic Shure, It's n noice ueigh- - , j d. The first scientists to liquefy oxygen lid so at n cost of $2,500 n quart. JOE S. RICE, Agent, Charles E. Trlpler had recently discovStanford, Ky. ered n method, the professor said, to produce It at n nominal cost with a FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. 10 horse-powengine. He could make VIA OEORUhTOWN. ftom two to three gallons" every hour. A. M P. . Jt. A. M In the liquefied form it may be drawn Arl2H L.ve. Somerset, 200 35 . 820 out in pipes and can be handled " Jet. fit)-"31 as 315 C30 4 50 05 Arr Georgetown, I.T 9 35 300 easily as water. " 6 30 " Frankfort, 11 55 ,20 In his experiments the professor took o 5 30 8 40 6!10 Arr I'aris i handful of fluid mercury and placed Dally except Sunday it in a kind of mold. This was poured C. D.UEUCAW, U. r. a. into a pot of liquid nir, and before it QUEEN & CRESCENT. becamo hard n stick of iron was inserted in the mercury. Tn a moment Trains pass Junction City as follows 3 51 p m the professor drew out what appeared 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. South 3 24am " " No. 3 " in? a hammer with a silver tip. The 132pm to No. 5 " 1131am " fi " 6 00 a m mercury had become frozen so hard 8 20 p m No. 3 " "10 " No and 2 do not slop. 9 and 10 run no further that a nail could be driven in with it. than Junction City A unique test was the apparent freezing of fire. A quantity of liquid air was placed in a teakettle and the top Royal makes the food pure, was placed on. In a few moments the wholesome and delicious. nir began to evaporate and the moisture shot out of the stem of the kettle to a great height. The kettle was then placed on a coal fire, and the violence of the boiling began to increase. The professor poured a tumblerful of water Into the kettle and in three minutes, nlthough the kettle was over a red-hstove, took out the water in the shape of a large piece of ice. In the meantime the kettle had become covered with ice from the freez ing of moisture In the nir and on lifting it from the fire Instead of soot was n thick layer of hoar frost from the carbonic acid of the fire, freezing as it escaped. Absolutely Pure f er IIO'KIH TICKKTS SOLD. UAGUAUE CHECKED THROUGH. For any Information enquire ot agent wait n minute, Biddy. Take oft thnt French cap. It's not n French maid, but an American girl thev wants. X. Y. Weekly. oornooti. Ui'll go. 1 1 ROYAL ot &AKIH0 POWDER PCOIR Ci., ROYAl BAUhQ KE YORK. anuaaaaaaaaMtM J. T. SIXTTOHT, Undertaker, - Huatonvillo. Kentucky Oilers his services to the wle olMest J.Iucolu and Casey counties, Full stoct of CotBusand Caskets alwayson hand D. S. Carpenter, Manager. 95 YOUR KIDNEYS filter tho Uric Acid and poisons out of tho through the urine if they are acting right. If not, the results are Backache, Bright's Disease, Rheumatism, JSeuralgia, Bladder Dropsy. Diabetes. Nerrnnsnncc Trouble, Disorders, etc. All these diseases can be sj-ste- nii "The action of Dr. Hobbs Sparapus Kldner l'llls in my case was almost miraculous. ago I came here fiom l'aducah to die Ajear at my daughter's home. I passed nearly a year of snflcrintf without Hope. My letfs measured twenty. six inches around the calve.-,- . My contained 40 per cent, albumen with otherurine Impurities. The firxt box of the pills removed nearly all the swelling. Now, after taking four boxes, I can walk a mile without my general health Is lxitir tli.in It stopping and in.inn . six years." John P.ZbLNhK, Crab Orchard. Kv. (Mr. Zelner when at l'aducah, served as Sheriff and County Commissioner of McCrackea Co., Ky.l CURED OLD MONITORS RESURRECTED. HlRlit of the riKhlern Arr IIiiiiUmI Ont of tho .II111I nt l.enKno InIiiiiiI. The old slnirle turret monitors of tin- rebellion were pulled out of their bed of mud in the bach channel at League island at Philadelphia, the other day. They hao been embedded in mud for years. The task of getting them loose wns begun enrly in the day by a gov ernment tug. The Manhattan was pulled out first. It wns a hard fight, but the tug was powerful and the monitor came finally. She floats all right when she is out of mud. Others were then pulled out, eight altogether, nnd town! to the reserve basin to undergo tests. The Manhattan and Mnhopec. two of the largest, are 212 feet long nnd CO feet wide. They draw 93 feet of water. The smaller ones have a little less length. They nre very low in tlte wnter, showing only four or five inches of their hull plates, like a ribbon of black around the edges of the deck. An olllcer nt the yard says they are still good ns harbor defenders. The commerce posed that he will be Capt. Sands, who wns formerly in charge of both the Minneapolis and Columbia. destroyer Columbia yas surrounded in the dry dock by a crowd of workmen vho were rapidly printing her sides and bottom n dark brown, and nbove many more were busy taking supplies on board. Who the commands- of this boat will be has not been announced, but it is generally sup- Illttlnu; Him IJiick. KOUND1CD 1HOC. uroecr iou butchers have a soft snap. You weigh the bones with tho meat and charge meat prices. MHS. U. I) SIMl'SOX, I'rot . B. Butcher I don't see as you have nny call to talk. When you sellSwiss cheese, : Kentucky. 6 Lancaster, .STAM'UItl), KV. on the grounds of desertion. don't you weigh the holes and charge Mrs. Belnsco continued on the stnerc Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid chceso prices for them V Boston Tran playing in Bice's compnnles. Porters When tabic. Kverything script. Si she chose the stage she was bitterly op- meet trnins. .ot What He i:neoteil. posed by Mr. Tower, and such was the C. Frof. Knowall 'Miss Vernon, whnt estrangement It caused between them .SPUING, 189S. would you say if I were to tell you that that for six years they did not comvanity is but the looking-glas- s municate with each other. Within n thnt imaginary virtues nnd conceals few months before his denth, however, The real faults? n reconciliation wns effected, largely Miss Vernon (simply) I should say brought about by the serious illness of The Ultio Or- o- NtirMirieooiTer every thing you ought to know. Brooklyn Life. for Orchard, C.nrdun. Imwii. No Agenl. the dnughtor. Stani'oiu), K., jteiiernl nuoory Catalnjrut". "The matter in on that is dead now, StmwlHirry midto on uppllciitlou Two Ct'iili, II I' 1IILLFNMF.YKU. First Hotel Waiter Thnt ere young entirely no." said Belnnoo. "I am thorN 2UT. Lexington. Ky. Im Kccclvinj his And H't squirt at table C is a gent all through. !y to be married to n very estimable TeleiilHine young lady, who I am sure will be to me He guv me half a dollar. Goods. Second Hotel Waiter Be ain't half nil that could lu desired In n wife. I nm plensed to henr thnt a fortune the gent ns that ere ole Goods Warranted. fat porker at table 11. He guv men dol- tuynlts Grace, but money In not all In and gentlemen A few energetic liullw Fit Guaranteed. this world; there nre other sources of wanted to runvuv. Above salary gMnmn-tee- d lar. X. Y. Weekly. joy nnd hnpplnens." Call on ur uddres. Give Him a Call. She Tolil the Truth. U It M (iOOCll. Soniem!. IC MIDGETS ARE TO MARRY. - She said she couldn't sinir the SheJohn II. Ciart.ku.iMi. O. l.AMIiW. other night because she had n frog In Priiiim IShert ntiil KlUe l.mi. of the her throat. l.llllitiltniiH, .Somi to Weil. He Well, I heard her sing one evenFranz Kticrt. the drollest ami nhnont ing nnd it sounded then ns if she had the smnllcfit of the LIlllputiHiis. U gn.ig Louisvlllo, Ky., oue in her throat, nil right. Yonkers to marry Lisle Liiu, the prettiest ot the women midgets now playing nt Statesman. A1V1LRICAN& EUROPEAN Chicago. TIiiim there Is n real INSURANCE COMPANY More to the lMirpone. J l.AXS. "Proud beauty," t.nitl he, his black romance In "The Fair in Mldirettmvii." Tho Ladies KesUurnnt is the tlnest in OK LIVERPOOL. eyes Hashing ebon lightning, "I will Little Ebert. the Xapoleon of the blushingly aeknouleded the en- the city. Every convenience f'r Indm yet bring you to the dust." spending the duy in the cty. "Why not bring the dust to me?" she gagement just nfter bhc eurmln hud GetUluiiHi'o C'afu 011 olllce.tloot. fnllen on the lnit net inl he nnd his asked. BHRBBB CaSTLEHM. finncee strolled olT the stnre each ulth THCMAS A. MULLIGAN, And he stnrted for the Klondike. nn nrm twined nbout the other. And It MANAi.Uts. Manager. Indianapolis Journal. may be said that this midget wedding Toosdfiv, ruiirsil.iv and: niiday Music will be the direct reoult of King iiif So Well. .ot J Oommerco 'Building, Louisvillo. Evening. Mrs. Day The doctor ordered youi in parts In their play which mnde them Agent Throujtwul the outli. husband whisky for his rheumnUsin. lovers on the stage ns well ns deep In Does it do him any good? their henrts. V7. A.. TUXBBLIB, Mrs. May He says it does him a ThelrVegnrd for enoli other to world of good, but I notice the twinge; snow n rew nights nfter the first pro- TINNING :& PLUMBING, lral Atfnt. come upon him more frequently than duction of this spectacle, and as week STANFORD, KV., Stanfokd, - - - Kkntuckv ever. Boston Traveler. nfter week rolled by the members of J7tf the company shyly watched the little U now preariHl to do all kind of Plumbing Xo Chiinoo for Hxciiiir. folks and cnmbled on the n.Kiilt. wiiii ami Tinning. Sole proprietors of I tain's Oh, birds! yours Is a orry lot rami, every member of the big company wns Illnck DlntDOliU lUor on Mill leiepnone .n. For If you 'jeaM the cmts oppslto J SlHip 0, residence The womcn-falk- s sure that the engagement had leen II. Ilituglimim AlNi.s Mill St.. will have you shot f To trim their Sunday hats. mnde, but few of them will know It for XV. Bulletin. L. A. n fact until this announcement. They arc to be married at the end of i:vu.. the season in Xew York, just before sailing for Berlin. Germnny, where they SOCTH'5 Gl'MTEST SYSTEM. ench belong and will spend their honeymoon. Ebert Is hardly two feet tail; DiiAi.UK In Miss Lnu is nearly ten inches tnller, PENKTItATHS She Is slender, but shapely, has beautiful eyes and a sweet expression about EIGHT GREAT STATES 112 TCJ her face. And all who know little Ebert Kentucky. Tennewe. Virginia. Georgia. 011 or olT the stage admire him for his North and South Carolina. droll manner nnd clever personality. AlHbllln.i. MstMlpp. He is nbout 20 years old: his nflinnced is nearly 2.1. 'es In Chicago. A i.wi i."n.i. .. .,..,.. w iiinn nnri t. nuttr ivuwl l.lUJ nil of his vast estate to his daughter, to be his heir. Grace Tower formerlv lived In Chi. "ffo. She had been married to a son of Chicngoan who hold ofilee under President Garfield. She subse- qucntly joined the "Miss Hclyett" company in New York. ShestrutrclednlouL' ns n chorus girl until she finally met Belnsco. Bo took Miss Tower under his charge, trained her carefully, nnd In time she rose to playing important parts nt n salnry of $05 n week. In the course of time she wns wooed r.nd won by Belnsco. For over three years their life was n hnppy one. Then Mrs. Belasco, it is said, became infatuated with n Xew York newspaper man. Mr. Belnsco sued for nnd obtained n . a full time and dlspoMiig of entire out put nl siitlsfuclorv prices. The plant fiiotiia bo Will he koIiI ut h neen to lie 'iipjirecluted. lmrgiiln. Ill lienlth force- me to ipilt the milling Term euV Cull on or - Mill with Klevtitor. line IlcHldeiice uniNtoek of n heat uiul corn for oiile Mill running IliNt-eii- i, tto FIRE INSURANCE u.ldn-T- . C O. YANAIISDAI.K. , lluMonxlllt'. Ky well-know- n NOEL(S6SON, Insurance Company UoiiIith In Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Oilice and l'eeil Kxolmiige near Kail roud Crossing. Depot St., Stanford, Yard, Mill St., lutelj J. II. lllggln-StandJim. I Sikttsfnotton (luurunteed Kv-fou- OF HUOOKI.VN. Caledonian :Co., : Insurance . l of Scotland. Mason Hotel first-class. R. MAHONY, Agt., RUPLEY, dl-uir- H. ts Trees, Plants, Vines. Merchant Tailor, $40 A Month Salary. Vintcr rail .4 bald-heade- d . LOUISVILLE' HOTEL OVAIj 's, mm-pnn- y, 11 1 1 lx-ga- J. T. Jones, Jt-t- -- -- i A. C. SINE, MB B9 Soutnern Railway lb FAVORS I. lent. Co 111 THE MONITOR i TYPE. !Sny SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KV. Co OC Through Sleeping Cars I).... t ..i ANDREE'S EXPEDITION. If .evrs of Hint Is Xot lleeelvetl of Anrll Hope Will lie (Joiie. Beuter's agency states that the opinKidney Pills. ion is held in geographical circles that if nothing is heard of Ilerr Andree beFOIt SALE AT fore the end of April there is very little chance of him being heard of at nil. By that time, if he had wintered in SiSTANFOIU) KY., beria or in Xorth America, lie would have an opportunity of traveling over the frozen tundra and gettiug into communication with some trading posts or nettletncnts. It is also regard'-ei- l 1. SSUVili as quite possible, says the London ' Times, thnt Andree may have come down on the west coast of Greenland, In which case lie could not be heard of NA8HVILLE, TENN. Lntil next autumn, when Ihe Danish eteaniers nnd whalers return. There OFFICIALLY REPRESENTS ' is also n chance thnt he may Lave reached Franz Josef Land, but the most baited Confederate Veterans, Vr.itsa Daughters ot the Confederacy, I robable theory is that, if alive, he Is in Xorth Siberia, in which case hope The Sons, and other Organizations. r iy besustainod nt any rate until April. Dr. Hobbs PARAGUS Penny's Drug Store, WEE B ATTi Vetera Two Samplei, Four Two-Ce- llMijur. 7 wleh to nro- - bonks. rlli tvt r (,u' I pr. --.r: ; ne "thor morning the female kisser Iltouoj - at,ate: ts through out book contmnlnc l v.tcta. ijm'.. o' nrordare, etc, and found business dull and in order to re- atm'rlafonsution.KT.t f. ;c tmp. f..rvfcih largo sunt store prosperity she kissed a prominent unrn:nfe pa'e-.of miiujy olTorM. ivli'i ttOIanunl.lree. bachelor real estate agent four, times ! afi'l pur"riu.ers l pntenta p.oourod tlif(jgh ot!- - i 7. Br-- - tii oillceh in oil the rn the mouth In the presence of n dozen I , KISSES ARE CHEAP. S. A. CUNNINGHAM. .ool .tifthoil Adopted liyn KcntncUy T'-.- -' :irl to Sell Her IJooUh. Rt'vttcTiox In Clubs will' this I'aoei .Miss Bentriee Cunningham, of Cadiz, . a Ky., has created a sensntlon in Fulton. Mlta.MM Yflf Ky., by introducing herself to the public in the role of "Jack the Kisser." Miss Cunningham is selljng n book, B the production of her own thoughts, eititled "Jncky, .Tacky, .lucky, or the p iBpe-pOLPink Boot Blossoms," nnd when busi-- 1 s gets dull the festive young Kentucky miss makes n proposition to kiss . in-odiJ.lt':itsn purchasers ns un inducement to sell her wty S ; , 74. Starroi. iiiiTorjii wm 'rrS 1 1 11 accompaniment, dear." "Does che? I didn't know she hated me so much ns that." Ally Sloper. A Shopper from Shopperm-llleAggie Why, Ethel! You are going dreadfully out of your way. You can match that ribbon right across the street. Ethel Yes, I know; but lot us try in nil the other stores first. Judge. Ills MufiiH. Teller Whnt nn egotistical fellow Puillngton is! He is nhvnys bragging nbout being one in n thousand. Grimshnw He is right nbout he's one of the ciphers. X. Y. Journal. RICH INDIAN MOUND OPENED. Tenncfcuee Workmen 'f Wlml ilny A .MelmitoriihoHN. He iin liiiini'tiuit Il.eovery. Sambo Johnson (sternly) Don vo' Workmen engaged in mahir.geena- know I tol yo' not f go swinunin' wid tions for the wnter conpany on the no white-traschillun, eh? Snmbo Johnson. Jr. Hut he wan Tennessee river near Chuttnnc.ogn, Tenn., dug into what uppears to he n white befo' he went in. Judge. rich Indian mound. The explorations I'nr Safer. have not gone far enou.'rh to tell t!ic Mrs. Johnson Ain't it terrible, de exact value of the find, but alicady sickness tint's goin' around nowadays bends, pottery of n peculiar hind .Mrs. .incKson I wuz and in n wonderful nls indeed! tate of preervn-tion- , jess telling my husbnnd dat a pusson together with implements of war, wuz safer oil" dead dan nlive. l'uqk. skeletons nnd other things have been found. Local archaeologists are taking KI111I. Tiki of great interest in the excavation, nnd ny ooes n woman wear nn- lie nil that is valuable they will keep for other woman's hair on her head? the Smithsonian institution. Theysuy She Why does a man wear another calf's skin on his feet? Chicago Daily thnt several of the pieces nre entirely different from nnytlilng heretofore Xews. . I it-.' h, nr-ro- w "Mrs. Catford wants me to piny your Are the Ilex! KlKlltem. M. G. Stuyvefunt, who retired from the navy with the. rank of lieutenant eomumudcr, and who was on the d when it wns sunk by the ami who has also seen service on the Minntonomnh, snys that the millions for building ships of wnr should be devoted lnrgely to the construction of monitors. He gives ns the reason that monitors oiTer a sinnll target, while they carry guns thnt can do as deadly service ns tho lnrgest battleship nilont. He hns interested the St. I,ou1h chamber, of commerce and a request will bo for warded to Washington that monitors be built. He says also that monitors can be more easily handled nud can enter rivers nnd harbors where big battle-ship- s cannot, nnd another reason Is thnt thoy cost much ss tocnnvtr.ict. Cum-berlnu- Till' in n tuler SIiij-- einnt iuunii . ., nm' 1 iie .. youth Farmers Bank&Trust OK THREE UAIL.V TRAINS Eneh way U'twewn LouUvlllenml l.oxlngtuii v. Mer-rima- c, STANroltl), KY. $200,000 17,603 8C Paid up Capital, Surpltis, a. Tt:mc, o. p. U'aslilngtoii. I). C. W. II. TAYLOR. A. O. P UniUville. a.. A Kv. lljr iroTlilon of Its rhartvr, dfwltor are In National Itaiika. ate fully iirulectfd Its ilisroliolilcrj rUii hM lndlvi.lualljr llul.le to of tlio Hiimuiitof thrlr tnwk tlivrvln al thecxtent tlie sr raluotlicreuf, inadditluii In thennmunt In Tpnteil in tilth liart. It mar acta vxtcutnr, ad iiiinhtrator, trustee, Ac ,a fully as in Imllrldual TcndrruiKuur thank to those who hae entrusted tliflr btuliuM tou, we trust thejr ill nmtiuui to do to, and wrollir an a Ruaranteofor iirompl attention to tame our .'Oyeai' exrleiicu In dltor "BIG lUHTK .The Ihtl I.liietoand 4 From lault-Inlan- d aillU'ralaet-ouimolatlou- i with touud bauVlng. DIRRCTOKt. nare cunlUnl TOLEDO AND DETROIT AliroiuttliiMlohlgau. O. Williauii, Ml. Veruon; ; W. II. Qummlnn, J. II. Uwtlvy, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shanln. William tlotcli, JI". Oa' S. J. Kmbry, A. W. Carif liter; J. K. I.rnu, J. N. Mnef(. J. J. Preachi-rarflli-- " White - ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel City SeUt." Ilett Terminal Slattou. orncsRS. S. ll.Shaukt. Tresldeut: J. II. Ow.ley CaOiler, W. M. BOSTON. llrlslit Tellei Wagner Sleeping, Cart NEW YORK, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFOUD, KV. uuiitfl rarlor Cars, Wacnrr Sleeping Cart, 'rltat ...i..iiiiiiciii i.ieKaiu .oaches and Din ing Lars. un, Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, 515.750 &o. Mccormick, Un-,i.,- le turo your tickets read via 11 (uani-jr-. -- U 2r.-;- n.-- piliiffjul cities aca In O. 7 Mp-n- THE WORLD'S B01-3C- e. foreign countrivis. J. Bailev, Jlsuaeer, PLUM ST., CINCIMNAT', O Bo sure to mention thlt papr. PROCRESS, Then the kissing act wns upon the mnin street of the city and Miss Cunningham immediately J found he- books ery much in demand. pi-forme- spectators. - Ilrltlah Soliller.--' filiform. Tlie Hoy I guess sister's be.'tu must The IJrllisli soldier has not always be engaged to her at last. worn n red uniform. WhiteVns the preThe Girl Why? DIKBCTORB vailing color under Henry VIII., nnd The Hoy He has quit giving me J. W. Hayden, Stanford dark green or russet in the time of F. held, Unrolii Co.; money. S. II. Ilaughuian, " S.T. Harris, " Elizabeth. T " mil. J S. linker, ' Illx i:eiiHe. XV. A. Trlbhle. XV. V. Waltoii " IMnenpiilf in London. Geraldlne This is so sudden! J.ll.Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon Upon nn average 10,000 pineapples nro M, D.lilmore, etanioni. Gerald I know it, but 1 never heard orriCBRS. y a word before about your father Imported into London every week J. S. Ilocker, I'retldent: J. J. Moltolerti throughout the year. having money. X. Y. Journal. A. A. McKlntiey, AUtaiitCasbier. . to-dn- Xo .More llrlhci. found In that vicinity. Attention of the public It railed to the f.ict thai r this Is tho only National Hank In btanford. tin. iirmH'oiu ot tho National Hank Act derokltort are secured not only by the capital slotk. but by the stockholder' liability lor un aint,tili! equal tn thetttck to that deKmiiortof this lii.tltu- Ion nro seciirwl br a fund ol gJiO.UUU. I Ive tworu ttateiuenlsot the condition ot the U.mk aiemnile (iorcriimrnl and Its each Tear to tho United.1.1...I t... . States l i.y (finriiiuiriii imi- !.................. USUltt are exaiumru nicia'ni agents, thus xcuiing additional and talrt. to detosllors. Tlilt hotitutlou originally etlabllthrd a :ho Do posit hank of Stanford In 185S, then reorganized u tho National Dank ofSlaulord In 1Mb nudaKftln reorganized ns Ihe First National Hank of Stanford In l(W-'- has had practli ally an unlntcrrupteil exist ence for 3!i years. It It letter tupplletl now witl laoilltlea for tranictlr.(r buslneMYroiupHy nl"' 1" erully than tier livforo In lit Inn? and honorable career. Accouuia of Individuals, fiducial lv, trim ar.d IndlTldualttolltlteU. . 1 Traffic Mgr., A1. Gen. I'm..A Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO. waruknm. lynch "HIO FOUR" EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' iLAnliM Anyone tending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our eiuiiii ii iiou wlicthi M.I iiTmmoii is pronnuiy iviientnDio. Communion. tlonstrlctlyrontJiIontlnl. Hnndbookoti I'ateutk tent free. Oldest iiKency for natentt, I'atentt takon thronirh Slnnn A Co. rccelvo rptcvH tuhicc, wnnoui cunmo. III llio handsomely Illustrated weekly. Ijirecst rlr lntloll of anv nclenlltle Inurnal. Ternm f .1 n year j four months, fl. oldbyall newtdenlor. Tradc Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Scientific Jfttcrican. uraacp umce. I a MUNN & Co.36'Broad'New York aa rm Ycoitigton, U. (J. ZUL-U..:jJ.L!- i.s jl.: w1 "" Jiv " , ,a J,UMtj; gKj,, t.. .f.j .J. ...,. - .. fL -- f-