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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898040101 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. " TT ""T"" y.rtf'W C ' ;1 SfeMl-WEEKLVOL. XXVI I. CHURCH CHATTER, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. F1UDAY, APRIL 1. If 1 1898. NO. 8 A report uoiium from Washington Go to Danville ns son as pmtltj e nnd et the Handsome-i- t Mno of LANCASTER, WAll'S AL.AUUM. that the L'nited .States has bought from A battleship has on board nil elto Kid. Z. T. Williams liosed n mooting Mr. freeman Lane, aged oo year Dpumarlc thrt-- island-- , in the West at Corral Hill Christian church, In trio plant cupulilo of lighting a town ofl Indie.-'- , two crullers and three torpedo diod at his home near Buckeye on Tue; day of liver trouble. Uiirron county, with l!l ftddttlons to 8,000 lnhuhiuitiU). bout detro.ern for $ 15.000, 000. net for tlio relief of the stilJtjrors Mr. Davenport, of Atlanta. Ga , tho ohurch. Secretary Long ha decided to name In tla Latest Coloilngs Hods, Mos, (iroco and N'ov Itlite ever shown hi this State. AlAt Ho v. Sam P. Jones' mooting ty by the Maine disaster hm htuu tho yachts recently purcha-e- d so the I'lnivjt DNplnv of Now after bought 10 horses bore last Monday at Toiui., many pooplo wuru od by tho president, birds and ttlniriiig Insects. The secre- prices ranging from $00 to 8140. Prices The St. James Garotte, of London tary should not overlook that bug that were much better than they have been eon vurtud and $3,000 xvas raised on thu wJ' Spain o.ves reparation and humblo "hath no wings at all, but get-- , theic for soverul years. Tabornaclc dobt. Kver mmle ?onth of tho Ohio Hlver. The trip will ptiy you to oe and know how Cheaply Gen. D. R. Collier wns here this you can IlamUomi'lj Decorate Vour Houso. Vou will Hnd the Hex. Goorgo IS. Morrison, u Method- - npollirles to tho American govornnmnt. Just tho same. Owen.-bor- o Messenger. latest stylos for painting Fleet." composed of tugs, 1st preacher, has huon ai rested In San, Should wnr be declared the magniil week and stated that, besides the mili- houses, and all Information freely given, v - stam yachts and other, small vocals, Francisco: wanted In Texas for ombexcent hotels at Old Point, the Hygela tia already equipped, Kentucky woitld will be formed to h ured as u port of and Hotel Chamberlain, will have to furnish 50,000 men on a daj's notice, if Window Shades, All Kinds zlomont, forgery and murder. Paints, Uarnishes, Kid. .J. Robert Boatman has accepted mobile defense for ea coast cities, come down. They are built on the war should be declared. Window Gla.s and Paint HruMies und Art Matcrlnl at Battleships eot from 'J,.00,000 to government reservation and with that On Wednesday morning considerable noall to moaeh to tho Christian church u Corbln and has taken up his worrf at S:l,7i0,000, exclusive of armament, and understanding. The two cost over a frost was seen In this section and it was followed by rain, snow and sleet, which cruiser from SrtOO.OOO to JH.OOO.OOO. A million. that place. Richmond Climax.. N. W MAV, Ci.eiik No. :0G M.Un Streot. I'.i over $100,000. Coshim and Charles Friend, llv good torpedo boat co.-t-s Will Mr. Chickerlng, of Now York. Intro- was hailed with dollght by those who Tho bljjjrlst guns in the navy are 10 duced a bill to encourage tho enlist- had gardens planted early enough to log near Hodgonvlllo, lost their reason as the result of u hot Miuctllleatlon feet long, big enough for a man to ment of veterans of the late war in case have the tender plants above the outcrawl into; four feet in diameter at of war with Spain so meeting and are now In tin asylum. that soldiers face. Garrard can boast of Inventive genius The Indian of tho Presbyterian church their largest p.irt anil weight i:io,000 drawing pensions who may enlist in ' In George Arnold and Raymond Hasel- begun to hold meetings there pounds or thereabouts. ha"e the army or navy shall continue to Avowed willingness on tho part ofl every Monday at .'t o'clock preparatory draw pensions durinc the term of en uen, tne lormer Having applied for a Is never aniis. A good Suit Is always a patent on a machine to be used by surto the glorious revival that they e.xjwct Spain to allow food and Implements to listment. Good Finish to a man. Men's Suits geons In sewing up wounds, and thc be to roconcentrodux U considered In May. his opinIn nns.wor to a letter thnt nre the best value laiior naving outniueu a patent on a Hev. F. W. Allen and family will not evidence that she is weakening, but ion, Gen. Fltzhugh Lee wrote: That ever produced arrive until today, but the reception the situation Is still intense. Is the duty of you and all other Con niter to be used on cisterns. It Mr. W. L. Bettus, son of George W. i old of bi our last will be held as statTho Spanish report on the Maine federate soldiers the same as Federal ud nt the Christian ohurch tomorrow, holds that the explosion was of Inter- - j ,n C.H(J ()f Wftp hQlwctta thc Bottiis, formerly of Lincoln county, was Children's mil origin, and Is almost directly oppo Saturday afternoon, from .'I to S. United States and Spain, or any otner married recently near Moore's Hill, From his pulpit. Kldor Spenoer elat- site in every respect to the finding of foreign power, to be loyal to the gov- Ind., to Miss Grace L. Buchanan, a The Uery Best. popular young lady. The groom has ed that out of u membership of over the American court of inquiry. ernment of the United States and do many Men's Shoes; alwajs the best. Shirts: The "Flying Squadron,' for service whatever you can to maintain thc glory friends hefrj. Thc wedding is 1,100 of tho Contnil Christian ohurch. described in a paper publl-he- d Loxlngton, not over 1100 pay any thing wherevor most needed, Is composed of of her Hag. 'n that Neckwear; the nobbiest. vicinity as u brilliant affair. thu Brooklyn, the Massachusetts, tho towards the suport of the church. Jmllli' ffvl jCBSi'l I .KS U. S. Deputy Collectors, Thomas HEWS IN THE VICINAGE. There have been no lees than ln.UOO.-00- 0 Texas, thu Minneapolis and the CoAustin and J. C. Wllson.have returned to 20.000,000 fouls who have accept lumbia. Capt. Schley is In command. Mrs. Emma G. Wallace, daughter of after a trip to the mouutains. Young The United States Is the ilfth nava od Christ through God'o working with J. L. PKOUMAN & Co., Danville, Ky. during the last .t0 power In the world. Tho navies of George Sand Ifer, Sr., died in Danville. James Hatcher has accepted a position "i'll be rnouD tosek YOU WITH THAT the missionaries TTU. mls-loThe lithograph quarry In Clay coun- In C. D. Powell's grocery store. Great Britain. Franco, Russia and yoatN In tho Chlnere Inland 30 years' sorvleos as District Italy rank ahead in thu order named. ty ha been bought by Cincinnati capi Mesdamos J. W. Miller and M. D- Aftur V Hughes have gone to Louisville to visit Superintendent of tho American Bible Germany and tho United Statos ate talists. m G. D. Sklnnor lias been appointed relatives and see thc sights. Capt. T. about tied. Society. Ho v. Geo. S. Savage, of :: tendered his resignation tit the The jKiwdor uod Is brown and In postmaster at Woodbine, Whitley A. Elkin Is sick of throat trouble. Her- ID' 'X bert, ton of J. D. Gulley, is sick of nanual meeting of tho society at the chunks the sUe of a caramel. A charge county. pneumonia. y Benjamin Abner, an occentric charUnion M. K. church In Covington Sun-da- for the blggosl guns weighs f00 pounds 1 Sam Goodloe and Dick Hocker. colH: night, to t"ke cflect April 1. He and Is hoisted to the breech ty a der acter of Madison couuty, is dead, aged ored, were brought before Judge Bum-sid- e on Wednesday charged with cutrick, tho owdor being sowed up In 70 years. Is getting tH) old to travel. ting and stabbing Matthew Graves, . It is useless to send to city for trunk, we know we can save you monburlap bags. jb one lime uiuiu nuru iu. smiui-usettleey and believe can please you in style Ac. "Is .ife so dear or eaco feo SUe0t a patients at Middles boro, now thore ure colored, at Davlstown. a NegroSunday. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ment near Bryantsvllle, on M to be purchased at the price of chains less than ,"i0. The warraut was dismissed as to HockFrank McPhotxm. of North e or slavery Forbid It. Almighty God ! has been establish- er and Goodloe was held in bond of $100 A now N. V., sold his wife for 7."k and trial set for Mondny. u and examining know not what course others mav ed at Ivy, Bell county, with W. IL Graves Is said to have a bad wound, St will go to tho Klondike. take: but as for me, give mo liberty or as postmaster. running from tho top of the head down James Pnrrls, n youth of ll, and give me death." From Patrick HenTho Central University base ball to thc left cheek, to tho lower jaw. Collins, 15, both of tho F.uit ry's J. W. Miller has an Incubatov, which celebrated speech. team has been organized with ICeats End, wore married at Hev. David turns out 200 chickens at a time. The Resolutions for immediate Interven- Speed, of Louisville, as captain. temperature Is regulated by mercury, .: Noaks, by thnt gotitlumun Wednesday. tion or declaring war The Lend ngShoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLIf, KY. The old Wlthorspoon homestead, which operates a valve as it expands II m against Spain M,bS C'uriio ' Tho engagement camo thick and fast In both houses of Lawronceburg, burned, causing a loss and contracts. This reminds me of the Duke, tho Loulsxilie violinist, gifted Congress, from republicans, democrats, estimated at $1,000. Insurance, $2,S00. theory advanced by Capt. Mike Salter, daughter of Gen. Ba-- ll W. Duke, and silver republicans and iKipullsts. All who claimed that mercury could be The board of equalization Is utilized In raising and lowering winW. K. Matthews, the Philadelphia think the day of reckoning and tlmo against raises. arguments dows by expansion and contraction, Junker, Is rumored. for decisive action has arrlvud. comes tlrst with a raise of 5 per thus keeping a room at a normal of Frank Adams and Luctun Wayts, One of tho sensational Items In tho cent. It was not believed that this Klkhart, Iud., foujrht over the hand of repjrt of the Maine Inquiry is thu tesWiley Miller Is reported to have left was practicable, but it is now thought pretty Susie Llngunfollor. Both' wore timony of a witness whose name is his wife and five chUdrcn at Nicholas-vlll- e that it would make a fortune If patented. badly hurt and now the young lady wlth-heland eloped with Mary Johns to totheotToot that he overFor some time past David Ross. P. declines to notice either of tho foolish heard a W. Spencer. Ed Bishop, A. T. Anderconversation between Spanish Cincinnati. youngsters. olllcers before the explosion Indicating Ed Showers, the Negro who killed son. Calvin Nevlus, Capt. F. J. White, J W. Miller, J. Hurnsldo, L. L. Married at tho home of the bride In that they knew what was coming. Joe S. Grimes' cook at Ellzabethtown, Walker, Judge A.Burnside. Bright Have the rnrwt approved London, on Monday, Mr. Thomas Grog-orA dispatch from Kansas City says was given a life sentence. At first 11 Swlnebrond, U.T. Logan, Cabbcll Dento Mrs. Ellen Bryof Clay county, ny, Claude Wherritt. Ed Morrow, Sam Spanish agents have practically of tho jurors wore for hanging. ant. This was the groom's fourth mar- that The total amount of claims allowed Duncan, J. Joseph, John M. Farra. Jas cleaned the market of medium-sizeDillon, Dr. J. B. KInnaird, Letcher riage and the third for the bride. mules, having purchased 000 to be de- by tho Laurel llscal court were $lo,(01; Owsley, John Stormes, Capt. Louis Kontuckian livered on the wharf of New Orleans. tho county levy for tho eusulng year Laudram and others have been holding A Bristol, Tenn., girl advertised for And Uest Llue of Perfumes. Soaps ami Toilet Articles on the Market. April 5. Another Spanish agent secur- was placed at 40 cents on the $100, Jand meetings, under the name of the "Jun-- . si male correspondent and was greatly m," In which they have watched every $1 poll. Kontuckian. ed four car loads of mules there last move relating to the trouble worried when hho found out that a NeTho Richmond Climax states up- and consulted as to the best with Spain vcourse to PjSvr und that sho hnd ex- week. ?;snj! gro answered Ono of tho most significant develop- on good authority that Richmond Is to be pumicd In the matter. War appearsovornl letters with him. This changed ments of Tuesday was tho ordering of have a now opera house, to bb located ing to be Inevitable, they held an open , should be a warning to the girls who court-hous- e session at on tho U5th Infantry regiment, comjKisod on Main street near the government day night tho a largo crowd Wedneswhen of ladles take such methods, to got n bean. building. It will bo 120 feet deep, 50 and gentlemen were in of colored soldiers from Montana to attendance.) Invitations to the marriage of Miss Dry Tortugas. This may be tho first feel wldo, ono story high, stage ItoxoO They wore Cuban badges bearing tho t Pntfy Glbbs Bcar.ley, of Garrard, to step toward an Invasion of Cuba. Tho feet, elevated seats, opera chairs, elec- Inscription, "Cuba Libre." the LancasMr. John Smith Baughmnn, of Boyle, music ter band furnished Is Is inado In order tric lights und every comfort and con- and eloquence, akin to that which im have been received. It will bo solemn- transfer, it said. IC tho troops may become acclimated venience. mortalled Demosthenes and Cicero, ized at the Christian church, Lanoas-ta- that Thb annual oratorical contest be- was on tap, In abundance, and tho and ready for services In tho tropics. V at 7 P. M., April 12th. Tho proswas rewhich The old way of boxing carpets hn- - plyed out, nnd they are noxv it must bring a blush to tho face of tween Kentucky Colleges will tako heir'ty applause with fact it tho pco-pl- o popupective bride is a handsome and that Lexington opera house to- ceived, revealed the sold almost entirely ly samples. This way you can buy them much groom is every patriotic citizen of tho United place in tho . heartily endorse the views advanclar younjr lady, while tho to remember that our govern- night. Ward Goodloe, of Danville, ed, favoring the absolute and uncondicheaper and hnve a very much larger apartment to sultct from. hltrhly thought of by all who know Statos has for two or three ycais boon will represent Centre College: subject, tional Independence of Cuba, In the ment llruscl, Willows and velvets, beautiful patterns. him. trying to patch up a peace between "Abraham Lincoln, "and G. W. Hunt name of Christianity, humanity and of V Archblsho) Knin, of the Catholic Hag, which wa presented to God. Spain and Cuba that would still leave er, of Harrodsburg, will represent Cen- tho G. TheR. by Gov. Bradley, appear-i A. church at St. Louis, has caused dismay Spain nt with a measure of control over tral University: subject, "Religion, ed near the judge's seat and inspired' in the hearts of hundreds of couples in tho speakers and the audience with pa-- ! m new and very tho rich Island. It Is a disgrace that Its Relation to Reform." that city. He has issued a trlotism and enthusiasm when refer-M 3T( w A Louisvlllo man was fined S10 last once was mane to tlio hardships of ur strict order regarding the marriage of the great republic of all tlmo should 'SJ I In their struggle for our Protestants. Bofore a have been a drawback to Cuban hide week for calling his sister a forefathers Catholics and I, peudence rathor than a holp. independence. Tho old Mexican Vetcan marry a Catholic or Protestant 'mooley cow." : eran, Capt. F. J. White, was In the au- - '.: When Senator Mason, of Illinois, anV dispensation allowing tho marriV Tho Kentucky Wago'i Works at dience and a reference bv .Hon. R. II. We carry in stock also a large assortment of Bugs, and no one will nounced In his speech before the SenI i age he or she must sign an agreement Louisvlllo has been asked by the Tomlluson to his patriotism elicited :.. sell them to you cheaper. raise the ate, "I am for war," tho applause from If It could furnish wagons and considerable applause. Tho meeting which binds tho signer to I galleries was deafening and could was opened by an able address from ' V y children as Catholics; that the marriage the ambulances at short notice and Its 0 i L. L. Walkor, who was followed by hardly be suppressed by tho vlco presibonds will not bo severed except by was "Yes, In large mtmbciN." Messrs. P. W. Spencer. R. H. Tomlin-son- , Ho pictured tho suH'orlngln Cuba Capt. William Herndon, G. B. Tho river reached a tandltll at death and that oven after tho death of dent. and thc horrors of the Maine explosion. Louisvlllo Wednesday, U4.H feet being Swlncbroad and Letcher Owsley, all of tho Catholic consort the children will : Said he: "We can hide no longer un- tho maximum on the falls. Shipping-por- t whom acquitted thomselves in a highly continuo to be educated as Catholics creditable manner and by tho power of der tho executive wing. Ho can neith$ was entirely sudmorged and all and that only the cercmouy performed er duclaro war or refuse It. Congress tho lower part of tho city was undor their eloquence and the force of reason . ponultted. by the priest will bo alono can declaro War. I for one am water. 'Pit.,! fl.kt tllfllltlll tll.k ,.! Mf .l !... ' Tho Chineso militia that refused to from the millionaire, when every Col. Wilbur It. Smith, of Lexington, ready to vote now." Speaking of tho Bradloy guvo the jug of mine that exploded beneath thu Maine, allow thu execution of tho condemned breeze from tho pearl of the Antilles, S to whom Miss cries of tho Lincoln Spring, niter he said: 'It was owned, located and murderer of tho student of tho Ameri- bears tho resultingstarving women ami water from from tho treachery is exploded by Spain, and Spain must an can Methodist .Medical missiou, has children, tllllnir tho bottle for tho christening, and brutality of tho Spaniards. Inline-diat- e and will swer. ' i.,...!.,., t.i!tmtiu-- iiii's niado intervention for Cuban independbeen dispersed, but tho Tootal refuses and present 1111 thorn with tho water The only thing new In the president's to make any arrests uutil Instructed to ence was urged and more enthusiasm VK IIAYK JUST RKCE1VED A prevailed than has been witnessed hero maids of honor. is his reason for sending tho do eo from Pekin. mossago ono to each of tho since IJ'OI. Capt. Herndon produced At u church near Vanceburg, Sun an Instrument of writing addressed to President Loving W. Gaines says: Malno to Havana. Ho says our consuadday, Itoch Newberry put his muddy Gov. Bradley by tho terms of which Tho Kentucky Press Association has lar representatives pointed out tho week In July as vantages to How from tho visit of na- feot on Henry Bruce. Bruce invited thoso signing it expressed their wildecided upon tho tlrst tho Cuban waters, in him out to light, and Nowberry struck lingness to enlist in tho service at auy tho date for tho next annual meeting:. tional ships to time and to remain subject to any call And are oflerlng some The mooting wUl bo llt'ltl l" Cincinnati accustoming tho people to tho pres- him on tho head with a rock, crushing ho might make upon them. He said outing taken to Mackinaw Is- ence of our Hag as thc symbol of good his skull. Bruco Is In a critical condi- that all expressed a willingness to enand tho list and that this ah"orded them an ojc will and of our ships in tho fultillmeut tion, and it is thought will die. land. uf(gl portunity to do so. E. D. Bishop was InM. P. Schollderup, a of the mission of protection to Amerithe first to sign, followed by about 15 Ono who knows says that tho worst o can bo cured In three can Interests, even though no Inimedt-at- surance solicitor, was shot and killed of those who aro mentioned In this case of sicull-po- x need therefor might exist. Accord- by E. M. Bradloy, a prominent con- item. I was unuble to procure the list days simply by tho use of cream of tarHo was for publication. I regret that space ingly, on the 21th of January last, after tractor, at Seattle, Wash. Call and Sec Us. Opp. Court - IIouse, Stnnfoid, Ky , tar. Ono ounce of It dissolved In a pint n daughter of Bradloy will not admit of further montion of when cold, conference with the Spanish minister, waiting to meet the meeting and of the praise duo those of water, drank at Intervals in which tho renewal of visits of our at tho time. When arrested Bradloy patriotic citizens, who aro willlug to do remedy. U a certain, to Spanish waters was discussed said ho had killed tho man because ho so much In tho cause of humanity and Ford Bros.' distillery near Now Hav- vcssola Immutable right. had ruined three of his daughters accepted, tho ship dispatched. and en burned, causing a loss of $5,000. ,HEW WALL PJiPEI I PICTURE FRAME MOULDING of npprov-Nashvill- o, ! 'Mo-o.ul- to . A. EI. GIBBONS, Deinville, 00 ADVICE ng Suits, THE GLOBE, TXT u. Win-ohesto- r, I - I I Tona-wand- a, post-olllc- 1 1 Ma-so- Mis-Ainan- dn i CALDWELL & LANIER, I I t! now-hearin- g An-ners- torn-poratur- e. Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig 8f Rocker y, d FACE - : J vv I sonl-thrlllln- g r, 1 $ CARPETS. LOTIONS vyv i 1 -: :- HI I I 1 1 1 in-la- w ro-cel- I riT mf"JL infow? JiM ' re-pl- I I ' 1 I fiTERmS CHSH. I I If (ICtl-w- l H. J. McROBERTS. 1 I Of ( Car Load Vehicles, I - i well-know- n SPECIAL MK&Jill tw9 B. K. WEAREN & SOV. i: never-fallin- g nit '"' wu' ""iP'L'ii'wiOiiKi WM . . M11' HfPjU.niMjwyqt ' jn"""1 if ij.rrr"--"'"- - ffc tho Legislators sco gallant JOURNAL Assistant Adjutant General Walter S. THE INTERIOR Forrester riding nt the head, of a rogi-meon its way to clean out the Spanish, thev will bo glad they did not Stanford. Ky., April i. iSqS abolish him. There is a great deal of fight In Forrester and it begins to look like ho will have a showing. W. P. WALTON. WHEN A nt - COLSON is said to bo one of tho several bellicose Congressmen who Is willHON.JA9. B. SIcCREARY ing to rosin and raise a regiment to tight tho Spanish, but that's all bosh. Of Miidltnn County, :i cmullilnte for DKtrtrt He'll have all the lighting he can do at In thi Eighth C'ongre-iloiof Kentucky, subject to the action of the homo for tho next sl months, retaindemocratic' pnrty. ing the seat that ho wouldn't resign We re Authorized to announce I'on-gro- -n ml t assumed a warlike hue in U. S. Senate Tuesday, a number of jT is now back down or light and wn the " Dr. Ayor's Sarsujwrllla n $2W. Senators sending up resolutions for Co-- ; hope and believe Spain will do tho iu recommend wl to mo by my K. K. Snlleu and Mrs. John Ray elop physician as n blood purifier. When I liefpin taking it J independence and intervention, meP. had boils all over my bwly. Ono tattle cunt! rae.M Skkd. Sack after sack of sued havu ed from Lexington. The woman left Senator Foraker's was the most to the a husband and babies and urn to a Ho.VNKK Craft, "N'owon, MU. bcon sent hore by Mr. Davison, a inpoint. It declared for immediate which oauio to the junior Wal- pitiful leltor telling of her un worth tervention because the war Spain is War. J. S. Heed has declared war ton, while thu old man seems, to have ness to remain with ilium. waging against Cuba Is so destructive The rumor that President Krucge". been forgotton. What's the mutter to tho commercial and proporty Inter- on city prlcos for pianos and organs. of tho Trunnvunl Rebubllc, had bein George? Didn't you know, old boy, ests of the United States and so cruel, Road his ad. and see how much you can ussusinutwd, finally turned out to lo save by buying un instrument from that we had a garden? barbarous and inhuman in its character what Was generally believed, an irreas to make It the duty of the United him. S.MAI.L-rOX- . A ' telephone message sponsible g cannrd. States to demand its cessation. It au j The "Kandy Kitchen" Is now In full from Lancaster yesterday said a Tramps klllod thu Lee family, rf thorized the president "to use the en- 'blast and Mr. John Shaw Edmiston Is of smnll-pohad broken out there, but father, mother and two small ohlldror, tire land and naval forces of the United making the best candy orer manufact- ah Investigation proved that It wn not on a ranch noar Paint Rock, Toxas, States to put them Into effect." In the ured here. Ho is an expert at tho busi- true. The disease seem to be under because they wore not pormitted to House, Mr. Bailey presented a resolu- ness and we hopo will do well. control at Richmond, the new cases spend tho night in the house. tion to recogonlzc the Independence of being contlned alone to the suspects. Tho funoral of Lieut. Jenkins, onoof THE weather for tho last four or live Cuba, but after a hard fought battle by por the Maine vlotin.s, was made the occasThe export found that a small the democrats, in which some of the days has put early gardeners in n bad ion of a patriotic demonstration at republicans joined with them, Czar humor, but the coal dealers are laugh- tion of the pipe In tho Ice fuctory.whleh Pittsburg. The body lay in state and Reed ruled it out of order and his min ing all over their faces. Verily it Is an the home men had failed to discover, more than 30,000 people vlowed It. At had a hole burned in It, and replnclng ill wind that blows nobody good. ions sustained him. Alex Rives, aged 13. is in jail at It with another, the machinery Is again Wushlngion is that The latest from When the Tom Napier Camp of Con- all right and making Ice right along. Hopkinsvillc, charged with tho murder The president has sent Spain an ultima the ball N started to rolling anil we wi I undiHVr to keep It moving by being ever Veterans meet here tomorrow, Some of tho saloons got Ice from Leba- of Jesse Long, aged 12. Rives says the tum that Cuba must be freed and with federate killing was accidental, but the coro- ready lo give you quick service und bin vnluw. Our now goods hh ttlll nrilrlng n'nd go to non while it was shut down. members ought to resolve to this end in view an armistice must at ' the as each dny conn we nro better and still better equipped to furnish yon Jut llutmu. ner's jnry says It was unjustifiable. hear Gen. Gordon's lecture in a body once be declared. For this concession chnudic you want At Louisville in an argument ovci'i frost and Ico Tuosday night, feliow the grand old man other After Spain is to receive $200,000,000. The and to n Wednesday was all sorts of a day with war with Spain, Will Gates, a courtesies. answer must come today, as republican young man, had his throat cut its snow, hail, wind and rain. It cleared Congressman could only bo held by a Richard Rout, of Co. H. 25th U. S. up at nieht and heavy frost and moro.J by Louis Herges, a tramp oarpenter. private promise from the president that Infantry, colored, now stationed at Fort ico wore formed that nltrht. I ho fruit The murder occurred in a saloon of they wait till then. If peace negotia- Missoula. Mont., writos to his slstor, Is badly damaged. If Indeed course. doubtless tions fail, he is to lay tho whole matter Annie Saultor, that he wasgotting ron- ' At Sycnmoro Mills, 2o miles from it is not generally killed. Yosterdny before Congress, which will lose 110 dy to iro to war, his company being un- - was Nashville, 3,200 kog of powder explodfair and that state of weather Is De der marching orders to Dry Tortugas. time in calling Spain to account ed destroying four buildings and Injurpromised for III our iiimi' ipnrtiiient. country Is ripe for war and it is beliov Hill ing four men. Joe Fixer fatally. The "' - - Spreading. The Advocate says that Notice of the sale of the personal shook wa folt at Lowlsbnrg, 56 miles Men's black chevi.it Miltt,, nil wind. J I, ed that decisive action will bo taken at Men's Spoiuh cheviot Mills nicely trlmmod p at Jtt, least by Monday. Cuba must be freed J. L. Frohmau & Co., of "Tho Globe" property of Mr. John B. Dtoklnson ap- distant,. MwnV tl I blue clay worMud and Spain shorn of all claims to any clotliing house, tiuvo concluded to start pears In this issue. Mr. J..M. McRob-ert- s !:. Coble shot and killed William m&. Imntlsamtly trlmmatl Hji,m iU Lawrence-bur- g Hoys' lung ut ulls at $1 40 to ilO, tells lis that the old man, who is himself at Blue Island, 111., after sat IHirtion of tho western hemisphere. If a branch establishment at and it will be under thu manage- now S4, will go to live with his nephew, urating his Hoys knee pant suits at ?8o to ii. this can be accomplished without war, suire with kerosatie and Hoys' Itiioe Hints ut 80 jwr jwlr, war is a terri- ment of J. P. Harbison, Jr., of Dan- A. II. Bastin, at Crab Orchard, and firing it, a tho result of remorse over so much the better, for Hoy' hats at 26r imch, ble thing, but if peace negotiations fail, ville. Miss Polly Hughes will reside with a a whipping he gave his Men's jemis pant at We, this country must let loose her dogs relative, Mr. Ab. Hughes in Garrard. daughter.' Thieves visited Mr. II. '1 Harris Men's derby hau at SAc, of war and save Cuba and Cubans from ' lived here many a year and At Its last moelinir the Glasgow city hen roost Wednesday night and stole Thoy have Men's line shoo t i I pur the hellish Spanish. no place will seem like home to them. council (Missed an ordinance fixing ir, l0u r aonvtt. seven or eight brown loghorn hens and .i......i. . n...... ... ... """ ... ...ii ...i.. - .Men's work shot at S.e Hr iwlr, !"l" a few nights beforo they got a like "l"' YOCNG.-M- rs. Julia Young, daugh- The Secretary of tho Interior reports Men's Creole at Jl worth f 1.110. number from Mr. John Bright's. Mr. tor of Mr. A. A. Hastin, died at High- luius or vinous liquors on prescriptions a deficiency in tho ponslon appropriaVeil's celluloid col Inn alt uiimbeis II to IS .it 5c, of physicians and the druggists will tion of $8,070,372. although 3141.000.000 Harris has fixed a trap gun at his hen land Tuesday night, of a stomach disMen's negligee shirts nt 3'c each, , take the matter to the courts were set apart for the payment or such house and the next man who ocs in ease, agod'21. A year ago she married Men's tailor made sun at til .V) for two weeks only, Curtis Young, and a few days ago a claims. In 1SD0, 25 years after the war w111 not como out alIve- POLITICAL POINTS. little babe was born to them, which closed, the number of pensioners on Good News. A dispatch from At a meeting of 116 Congressman It know the tenderness of a the roll was 537,044. At the close of says: The small-posituation will never mother's love. Mrs. Young was a mem- was decided to postpone decisive acthe current fiscal year, although 33 is very encouraging. There have been ber of the Christian church from girl- tion toward Cuba until Spain has boon years after the war, the number on the no new cases In our dress goods and notion, Ono lot of trimming m!U that mM nt TV we lor nine uays. inorc win roll will approximate 000,000, an in- probably be services at the churches hood and went hence with confidence heard from. tvllntUoc per yard. Ono lot of tine silk nhlinus. .ill widths. In silk, satin tnlTeUi .U., James J. Corbott, the pugilist, tins selling wlmUsnle Elder Martin of a blissful hereafter. crease of nearly 00 per cent since 1800. Sunday, the first in six weeks. at price, viz Haby ribbon lc per yd. No 2 at 2W At The l.adiei mw funoral discourse announced his candidacy for the dem- Spring If all the money that has been wasted 'schools will open about Monday week Owens preached the ilrcssskirtft In llqurcd Mitcnrttv rnd ser;i', lined mid interlined mwy! tnt on scamps who do not deserve it had and quarantine will probably be raised at Mt. Morlah church Wednesday, af- ocratic nomination for Congruss in tho at U SO toft ')', new percales for shirt waist at .Sic per pi, Inte-- t mid niwe-- t tvlo been used in strengthening our coast next week. Business men are feeling ter which the body was Interred In tho 15th New York city district. figures in Minims for shlit wniN nt I2jc n luiiid.iinu lineof Disgust at McKInley's slow mothods presence of many friends defenses and building war ships, u'e ,,,.,., in deiillng with Spain is expressed all . . . would not now oe parleying lor time to ovor the country. He does not ucm BRIEF HEWS NOTATION, get ready to whip Spain, but would) It is vaccinate or go to jail in Rich-hav- e able to rise to tho importance of thu ocsubdued her and freed Cuba in mond, that is what they told Rev. trot- - casion. Smith McCnnn, u f less than a month. And the prospect H. R. Mills, who, after filling his Hon. John C. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, ting horseman, died at Lexington more pension in case of war with j polntment at Valley View, walked to .iwuil attention i directed to iur iinPyke siiitnii, Chris () N' T tltreit.u ! Tho Sutton Teachers' ngoncy witn hns announced his candidacy to hii ccee Our "Dresden" kid gloves for Indien aro the let ft iiu.ilt-- in thU part of the cmiii-trSpain is enough to stapirer the average that place, some 10 miles distant, to 20,000 capital, has been incorporated himself as railroad commissioner from Itutnunibor our line of taxpayer and make him want to lleo take tho train for home. Tho young at Louisville. that district. He is a republican and man did not mind going to jail, but from the wrath to come. Clovcrport sulfcred a 840,000 lire," thinks a nomination is equivalent to could not bear the thought of staying which originated in the Breckinridge election. Thk Danville Advocate, whose edi- in Richmond, so he paid a doctor's fee Go's engine hou&e. President McKinley and Senator tor was at the launching of the Ken- for vaccinating, bought a health cerThe supromoconrt has decided that Hanna were liungcd in olllgy and the We luivu not spitce ti. w. iu mw rhenp we ell them tucky, doubts the story that Mrs. Gen. tificate and departed, glad no doubt to porsons born in this country of Chinese ctllgics riddled with bullet and Rich Pickett led the party who threw llasks get away from the placo with his life. parentage are citizens. mond, Va., because thoy aro suppood of whisky at the ship, just after Miss At Nashville, intoxicated J. A. Doug-les- s to be under command of Wall street on Bradley had christened it with water, Tins is the way thoy work the blind slept in a barn, and was killed by the Cuban matter. but the Norfolk, Va., Pilot, for a copy tigHf at Somerset: Commonwealth's rats that ate his face oil Tho report that Gen. Lee has tenderof which we are indebted to a lady Attorney Sharp swore out a warrant T. I). HANKY. Mummer Anton Seidl, the famous musical di- ed his resignation because of the presifriend, makes the charge unequivocal- for "Jack," who, when arrested, proved died In New York of poisoning, dent's Cuban policy, Is denied. It Is ly that she did and Inveighs against to be Bud Hamm, who was indicted rector, Hranch Htorus at Pari, Carlisle, Mt Sleiliug, Hardstowu, )nlhi probably from eating fish. said if war is declared, thutho Is picked aii:i,Ver8ailluh, Kniiiu-nueGooigoiown, KlizHbethtown. Fi.iu-fnthe ungracious act. If true it was cer- several times for selling liquor illicitly MnuckjKJtt, Ind Fannie Davenimrt, the rioted actress, for immediate sluughtor, together with tainly In wretched taste for a woman und bound over under $1,200 bond. Tho was reported dying in Chicago, all tho Americans. to do anything against bringing whis- witnesses all swore that they had who revived and is improving. Tho democratic convention to nomiky into disrepute for any purpose, for bought whisky from a man behind a Fred Wayne, a Charlotte, N. C. nate a candidate for Congress in tho her sex suffers more from the ubuso slidingjwlndow, in a certain houso.who through the heart lOtJi district will bo hold at West Libof tho damnable sutf than from all oth- gave his name as "Jack." Mr. Sharp sport, shot himself losing heavily at cards. erty, June 2.1. Precinct muss meetings aftur er things combined. determined to catch "Jack," and did Tho Straits of Mackinaw aro free will be held on Thursday, the Kith, and For a few wi.-kill ' from ico, this being the earliest open- county conventions on Saturday, ISth. The president's message to Congress . . . State Auditor Stone holds that a bill sent with the report of the board of in-- 1 TOOK IT KaSY. While R. C. En- ing of the straits in iia years. Thomas Jones shot himself to death that becomes a law without the govquiry on the explosion of the Maine is gleman, who lives in the watermulon almost as devoid of interest now as last house on Mr. D. W. Vandevecr's place, at Melon, W. Va., when arrested for ernor's signature does not become opyear's almanac. It tells nothing that was eating breakfast yesterday morn-a- ll murder committed live years ago. erative till 00 days after the Legislature In a fight at a church, near Beatty-ville- , adjourns, oven if the bill does contain readers of newspapers did not know ing, tho house caught fire, but Mr. En- Andy Strong was shot In thehcud an emergency clause providing that it nours alter the fearful cutastrophe, gleman did not intend to have a good nor is there a suggestion contained in breakfast spoiled In that way, so he and arm and Is not expected to live. shall tako elTeet at once. This ruling To Itcdui'c Stoc Mho I'lenty of (' i il ..t l,ow Figuiei The appellate court finally adjourned will keep a number of people out of it. The message was as disappointing calmly finished his repast and then proas it is void of patriotic sentiment in ceeded with assistance to extinguish Wednesday till April 11, and that there their money. .1 fittingly describing the most atrocious the flames. This is almost a counter- will bo no more decisions this term. Ckah tKCHAKD. Miss Bird Peter The wire nail trust, it is said, will be an always atrocious nation was part of the story of the woman who was act that ever guilty of. The impression that dining when tho news camo that her in operation by April 3, controlling 1: returned to Burnsidu this week, where McKinley Is dominated by Wall Street' husband had been killed. "Walt till I per cent, of tho output of tho country. she has been attending school; but on of illness has been with her anu nanna grows and proves Itself In finish," said she as she continued to G. W. Wocher, of Warren county, is account ., i . ... . wife normal size. Four adopted parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. his every move and utterance. eat, "aim you win near mo scream a dwarf. His Tucker, for the past two weeks. Mrs. louder than any woman that ever lost a children are dwarfs and four full size. Russell Dillion and children aro visitHeke is an honest confession from husband before." Mrs. Maggini, whose stomach was ing the former's parents. Mrs. Magono of them. The Mt. Sterling Gazette removed at San Francisco a month gie Holman and daughter, Mayrne, aro Bkotheiis Fight County Attor- ago, has been gaining weight steadily is moved to remark: The Intekiok visiting Mm. Dan Holman. Mrs. HolJOUHNAL says, "It Is about as hard for ney Harvey nelm was at Crab Orchard since. a republican paper to live in Kentucky Tuesday to prosecute David Hunt for council of .Turray has pass- man and daughter are on their way to The city as It Is for a camel to go through the cutting his brother Jumes with an ax, ed an ordinance making It a fine of 8.") Corbln, whore they will reside In the as a stopper In a coal future. Miss Nora Philips returned to eye of a needle." Wo have almost and severely wounding him. James to use a corn-coStanford Wednesday, after a very Hunt and another brother, George, oil jug. come to that conclusion ourselves. pleasant visit to Mrs. Robert Collier. wore lighting over a division fence, one 111 , Leffal notice has been served on Miss Mollle Brooks gone to The people of Todd are mistaken having a grubbing hoe and tho other a Louisville patrolmen to show cause ford for a few days. has Fannlo StanMiss Redd about there being an earthquake there spade for weapons, when David rushed why they should not be dismissed for Is delighted to have Miss Daisy Potter, of Manchester, still with her. Tuesday. The jar was caused by Lov- In and cut James in tho head and neck inolllciency. ing Gaines setting foot on the county, with an axe. Tho case was tried beforo At Louisville, Thurston Fox, a NeO. P. HulTmun bought (J. T. after having filled up so fully with wine Squire W. D. Wullln and tho would be gro, sentenced to hang for the killing Smith two butcher cuttle of A. and ono at.'Hc und other things at thu steamship fratracide defended by Hon. Fontaine of Hotel Manager Papendleek, will get of Andy Thompson at .'He. ' Fox Hobhltt. it was shown that tho a now trial. launching. brothers were all weak minded and for A man who was accused of murderI A SCUAU war is on in Chicago und that reason and his inability to give ing a wholo family In Texas committed tho big footed girls of that city have a much ball, the squire held tho accused suicide by cutting his throat to escape 30,000 pound of Wool wanted. Highest market price. See mo beforo you sell. ,J. chance at last to get sweet. , In 8100, which he gave. II. ItooaE, Stanford, ly. being lynched. sin Matters f.. .. I,ln,lnm feet onto the Ico covered river, killThere will be no charge but ing William Schuster and August Anthe hat will bo banded around for ex- derson, who were driving it. After reaching 01. feet, tho Ohio penses of the man and family. river at Cincinnati began to recede AUGtST BURCHARD came down to Tuesdny. A largo portion of tho city Joseph Price Infirmary from Bornstadt was submerged and great damage was yesterday to haveun eye taken out. Ho done. fell from a treo a few days ago and a Despondent over tho failure to get stick penetrated the ball, causing him work by which ho could support hlb untold sufforing. largo family, James Clark, of Roches-toN. Y., jumped from i brldgo 200 Chkap Diamond. Tho handsome feet high. three carat diamond rallied oil by AsThu people o' Morristown, Tenn., sistant Agont Fishback. of Livingston, aro scared because tin town barber was won by D. Hall, of Lebanon Junc- who shaved many of the citizens Suntion, who held No. ". which cost him day broke out with tho small-pothe savon cents. Thu diamond is valued at following day. the conrt-hous- o notkd trupczlat will perform on to-da- At Ashland, Wis., a hand car leaped 00 square y at 11 o'clock. jMW8WMMi8SW!S8W558B8585j 1 sad mm is a good thing to bo ritl of, because, bad blood 13 tho breeding placo ot disfiguring and dangerous diseases. la your blood bad? You can liavo good blood, which is puro blood, if you want it. You can bo rid of pimplis, boils, blotches, sores and ulcers. How? Hy thu uao of Dr. Ayor's Sarsaparilla. It is tho radical remedy for all diseases originating in tho blood. I r. x for-ba- j Additional Lcoal. puck-ago"- bf -- Tate AyeF'S Saaparjlla ce stock-jobbin- Wmmmstmmmmmmim x Telling Values The Louisville Store. ! . ! well-know- TEXJUNG , to-da- -- "- AIU ES -- ;i i n. i Mld-dlcsbo- ro x TELLING : VALUES. rn-- well-know- n up-o- NEW DRESS GOODS. y. : -- i Carpets And Mattings, the JLOUISKJLICE OTOMJIS. l.awii-iicehtiig, , ri SPECIAL LOW PRICES s ( Hay And a hi Ever? Kind & j JL" J. H. BAUOHMAN CO. b w 7"OOL 2. va -- . '.la.1,1.:'.! - !n '.i!t;&ty2 tr- - ... i"VWi, i 'llfinili.. WVU. V 2L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. &'J&'J'J SiiS5r!iah --2 VJXU ly - Awkil i, 1898 Walton, Businish Manaokii. CHICAGO &- - only kind wo furnish. Tub best physician can't cure you If directions, uct the best medicines too That in the vou do not follow ins Penny's Drug WAIST AND CORSETS! ARK- - Store. . PERSONAL ANOSOCIETY 6QSSIP. Wl.NPKKU WlTHKUS is quite sick. JOHN BlimilT, Jit , of Grays, was DANVILLE. KY. here Ttiobday. MllS. It. B. Is Maiiony has been fiulto ill but convalescing. MliS. WlU.lAM ClKKU has roturned from Lebanon .lunetion. MitS. On. UNEXCELLED! -- IN I'hasb. of Chicago, is vis- Grenadines and Nets l)iit every one Neither oi material make u cheap know tlmt they ulwny make a hundomc appearance. This teuwm tliey are very imieh in vogue and are shown in a great variety of new s, We have the (rcimdiics in about '20 design-'ranging in price from Sl.'J.'i to SoVJfi yd., all are 17 inches wide. Ulack Silk the-- o . dc-ign- iting Mrs. Kato Oiulderar. MliB. J. B. Cliocril and the twins went to Cincinnati Tuosday IlAUVHV IlKLM and lid Wilkinson were in Liberty Wednesday. MltS. ANNA D. ANAllSDALK has drc.-- , returned to hot home at Harro'dsburg, S. T. Hick, who has been Jeweler Hamilton, will locate at Kirks-vill- m ) COMFORT, STYLE, QUALITY & CHEAPNESS. e. K. SciIAUZKNllACH, of Ottonlielm, went to tin) eltlus Wodnusday to buy Thev are made of the finest cotton fabrics that can be woven, and come inL Note we show in 10 stylo from Toe yd. to 82 yd. for IN in. htripes and figure.. We have all kind" of cotton and Mlk lining! to use under the above. Y goods. MliS. O. I'. IlLTFMAN has been In bod for 10 days with neuralgia of the h tointmli. WHITE, DRAB AND BLACK Lomir, mediiun and short waists, all in stock. in evidence and has proven the best seller I ever had. Conic in and look at our entire stock. Color. The latter is very much! Miss anna Joiinstonk, of lluston-vlll- p. is visiting Miss Pearl Johnstone. Advocate. New Dress Goods. SpfeUd value in fancy Dro.-- (Soods at 'Jo, fiO and 7.'e. Covert, Whipcords and other fine niaterial- - for tailor suit in all the new colors, J1! to 6 1 . 7 yd. Wool Poplin in nil the new lnide at 8f ." Black Dress Goods. W always curry a big line of bluek goods, and our present line tiliuw in W lwvt' many will Ihi (bund to be eoinploto. Storm Mild Iiieriiil Perguf fnmi Oe to $1.25 yd. Wool Grenadines or Ktmttino, nn improvement on the old time Hunting, IS in. AH wool Inco (ireundinas 10 indies at 10c Rt ftO, 75, 8fi and SI. IS in. Twilled Molmlr Sucillinn at Crepous at ftOo, 81, 1.25 Cheviots, WhiiKHmle, Drnp D'ICte, and up. Poplins, Armuree, Mohairs, Tiua-o- , JaequurdH, A'e., A"c, at iwpulur prices. Silks. We will cond samples of silks who.11 requested, but t hoy give a very lKMir idou of the npitearanuu of silk in piece, and wo would liko It embraces over to havo an opimrtuuity of showing you our line. 200 piece of Plain and Fancy silks from medium to finest. Wo have a great line of plain and fancy black silks from 7.e to 82. All shade- - in Taffeta 7."ic to SI ni ml, spent several days with Mrs. Dr. F1L W. H. O'Bannon. W. II. SllliAMN, of Danville, was here yesterday with a view to opening a furniture store. Mn. Matt Woodson, or Middle-boro- , Fl5H INti tackle at Craig .t HockerV. ?v, Joined hlo family at Mr. O. J. FiltsT-i-LA- s hill onion su- - for sale Crow's Wednesday. J. S. ItltKD wont to Nelson county by O. J Newhind. Wodnosdny to deliver some pianos and My pursonal attention now given to organs lie had sold. repairs. Danks the jeweler. Mu. J. 11. Caktkk, of Curwrsrllle, I WILL pay cash for sound walnut Garrutil county, took the train here for We believe you will agree with us when you .see our goods that it is logs, IS inches up. A. C. Sine. Louisville Wednesday. to look elsewhere fur a Spring Drc-- if style and prices are what MliS. J. ft. Hrooics, of Cnib Orchyou want Landiibth'S seods in paper and balk. down to ard, wife of tho judge, ft New and fresh. W. LI. Mcltoberts. Uarrodshui-l'onutiful all wool cheviot suitings at 25c pur yard. Tuesday. All wool Serge, black and colors, - 25c ' " " Mits. Fitr.D Brmnsss, of LouIbtNIu, KOGS for hatching, barred Plymoth Fine tO inch, all wool French Serge, :twc " ' returned with Miss Sallle Sholtoa ye Hocks, as good as tho country allord-- . " " 40 in Novelties nnd Cheviot Effects, 50c ' and is her guesu H. J. "Mcltoberts. 4ft inch Covert Mixtures, 75c " " Mils. .IL'DOK Ill'ltNlfrr.of Louisville, Foil 820 to Si") you can buy a lirstclas i(5 incli Two Tone Covert", - - - fl5c " " and Mrs. Hunodlel Smhlliig. of Lebasewing machine. Five years guarantee non, are guests of Mr.--. T P. Hill. We are showing u Fine Line of Miss Floiuinuk Tannhk, of McKln-no- lliggins & McKinnoy. Is visiting Miss Lizzie Jones, on Wk are prepared to do all kinds of South Limestone. Lexington Loader. carriage work, trimming, painting, &c. fVt Mus. W. A. TllHMlMf has sulTored All work guaranteed, lleazley Hros Including Ilaiulsomu Pattern Goods at H to ?1 75. Ulack Figured excruciatingly from the olfects of blood Silks for Capes at 75e, 31 and i 25. Silk Linings at 30c, 50c and 75c K)isoulug produced by paring a toe Till: Stanford Telephone Exchange for capes and conu. Plain. Changeable and Figiued with Lancaster Miss Bkttik Hknukuson, of Gar- 1 w. gsr'giPsyigyrgy Jrw ss" mMmKW3xmmmM.m:m 9 m ! DRESS 6O0DS ft s eiiii ... 1 i i ft pa-s- ad g tot-da- y. I hi BLAGK DRESS GOODS, nail, but is improving. Miss Annib Tiiihhlb, of Junction Cltv, and friends, Misses Stella and , . . May Uorg,ol llullalo, siuiit weanesuay with Mrs. W. A. Tribljlc. U now In connection JOHN LYNN has given up his position us Milesmnn for II. J. Mcltoberts Harto ajsist his father on the farm. and all points oon the Hustonvllle &, Greon Hlver system and all tho.--e who have Instruments have to do is to k Mis Nettle Wray for a connection to talk distinctly Irom Garrard to Casey. a-- Taffeta Silks at 75c per Yd. All kinds of Plain and Pattern Braids for trimming. .show you Come let us i 9 Umbrella Special. Sale 100 black Taffeta bilk .umbrella-mad- e The lowest 011 steel rod." with silk cover." and fine handles. at which these havo over been sold is 32, a" a leador wo offer price We have now on .Special v them at 81 .'10. Fringed Ties & Sashes Wu have a fine assortment of wide fringed ties made of handsomest qualities of Kibloiis at Sic to SI. 25. Heavy Taffeta Snslity 111 yd. long ami (' inches' wide, fringed, at $2.75, Same made of heavy com! edge Satin riblwu at $15. 50, Other Sashes up to SO. Spring Wraps. . about 2o Into style Cnpos ami Collarettes ol silk, to S12. Tlies-- are lace and chllfoii, ranging in price from prices possible. marked at Just received clo-o.- -t Stf-fi- y- - BUTTBRICIH FATTBRNS. will convene in Liberty noxt Monday 'hi' .Ti night. th, promises to be a little ahead Miss Jbnnib Wauiikn untortalned of anything ever seen in the State of MUses Jan'ie Felaud. Sue I lout and CiiMv. A brass band will furnish tho Linda Owsley and ProL Hardin Craig a rejuvenating machine will music and and Mr. Patterson very handsomely at transform the old girls Into young ones. tea Tuesday evening. Admission only 25c. COU W F. SiiKKUMN, chief train dispatcher, won a bass drum in a rallle Gi:n GouihJn. The prospect is that other Jay. He will spend some of G.Hi. Cordon will be L'reeted by a full the his lonely hours beating It when hu house when he lectures here April "th. otieujier for you now than It will ho iioxtjoiir. Not loeauo the price moves with the disnntchor's otllee to lie is one of the grandest men of his Our rmlnt will Tlie wood will Is going to nil vance, but because It will take moru paint. moro Livingston. day, as well as the most eloquent, and nnJ It will require more oil to All the pores. of Mil. F. J. Camimikll, proprietor will Hire the heart of all who hear his Hock Castle Springs, was here Frldayt stirring description of "The First D.iys looking better than for yenrr.. Ho has Admislon 50 fully consummated arrangements to of tho Confederacy." 75 cents, the latter for reserved run his stages to Soinursot instead of and London this season. The distance Is seats, to be had at W. H. MeHobert-- '. It In the greater econo'iiv lf you buy the paint of s about the same and the visitor has the advantage of making the trip in the UlG GOL'llD. Dr. W. S. Hcazley, a day time. former Lincoln county boy, showed an I. J. reporter at Lancaster Monday a LOCAL HAPPENINGS, large gourd which ho keeps in hlsolllce J. S. Hkkd sells Star Piano. there as a curiosity It was ent by a friend from Georgia an d it mcasuics Lirr Hanks repair that watch. four feet eight inches in circumference Candy made daily. Kandy Kitchen. and will hold nearly two bushels. It will make a good playhousu for the AM now doing my own repairing. doctor's little son, the only trouble beHamilton, the jeweler. ing that the youngster might get lost dead loads In it. WlTHKUS Is still receiving prr of wall paper. Seo It. TuitNiMKi: matters are in a pretty bad in Hoyle The tiseal court Is at shape "" COMi: and seo tho new spring millin 1 mm tho end of Its rope financially anil until ery at Mrs. A. A. McKlnney's. the bomUssuo carries. 'The pikes in Linings for all kinds of Cooking the .Went End havo been freed, while Stoves can bo found at Warren & thoso In tho East End, which pays of the taxes, and which contains Shanks'. of tho most protltabl6 and most exall Ni:V Wall Paper of the latest spring pensive roads, still collect toll and taxHtyles. Prices made to suit the purTlie f he'okof is a peifict Check Rower; a perfect Hand Drop P'an'er an-- a Per- payers will have to pay for tho free use chaser. W. II. Mcltoberts. and maintenance of the eight pikes feci Self Imll Planter Try one. Ladit.s, misses and children's shoes freed for a comparatively small portion and Oxfords In great variety. Tho cel- of the population. Tho county levy ha 112 cents. ebrated Zlogler make. See them before been raised from 18 to you buy. Severance iS: Sons. Faudonud Gov. Bradley did a . signed a parI WILL open Mo'nday, ilh, a full line righteous act when he Hansford, tho boy of spring millinery and during the en- don for Will this tire season will make a specialty of sent up sovoral years ago from Mol-ll- o MeKtn-necounty for 10 years for the rape of trimmed goods. Mrs. A. A. Brooks, a notorious woman of tho .cm.VA-nMiftown. He should never have been sent Fi.owuits. After April 6th, I will -" to prison at all In tho first place All haven full stock of ilowers for sale a D. 1 1 sa..i jury, but the lone republican on it, t-- . W. Vandoveer'b store. I now havo the petition for the pardon, as signed tho Black Minorca eggs, purest strain, l. did the woman, tho judge, Commonfor$l. Mrs. Wallace Varnon. . wealth's attorney and many of our best . LlliKUTY. E. C. Walton, of this pa. cltUens. Mr. .1. B. Faxton, tho boy's explain how you can obtain on- - of these Hasten, free of per, will bo at Liberty Monday next, attorney, secured tho release. Until Call tit my sto.e and we will through tho juices while cooking,. first dav of circuit court. Seo him If iI0 was given the place of waiter on tlie charge The roast U revolved you want to subscribe for this paper, Warden, Hansford was In tho chair Iniipnnil tn nut, the. hot- ' i .i pay your uccout or want joo priming ui ,u.,Ktmnnt nn1 and nicely. ' toma In quickly any kind. ris Wearen will succeed him. Tin: Old Maid's Convention, which S tssmvsms SEVERANCE House & SONS. y?3 If iit lour !' hk Painting PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY. 11 m m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Cherokee Corn Planter, Tornado Disc Harrow. tJmTu two-thir- n y. FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. The Cylinder Basting- and Baking Pan. ze:?tti&MmM Vnn ncr -- A , m - ijotn rime Uaa a nd Trouble. 1 1 m M -. KP 'riifcr v h . MARK HARDIN. ,i .. . . .1, - . fc . - r xy JX.JYIcCkAY tho Christian church, now in Missouri, MRS- - KITTY KING. will preach hero nbxt Tuesday night DR. R. TKLLS AHOUT HIS NFAV IIOM1L Tom Best sold to i R Sandidgu 2. at the usual hour. Mr. Joe Robinson, CKAH OKCHAUI). KV To the Iilltorot the Inthrmr .Imitx.w of Lancaster, Is at homo with his pa cuttle at ojc. They nrc as Pkanklin, Tf.NN., Mch. 2o I camo rents wmio u is vaccination Is healing HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & lins just returned from the smooth a bunch of calves as the county SURGEON, straight thro' by tho round about way of up. M'bHaiied'VLaaAo.jTa arid. Xrii.(wsi atTords. I im: nsTE2S7Z" Mrs. Matilda Daviess, of Stauford, Louis. Ule, missing connection hoped Stanford, - - Kentucky. MnrkulK, to make, but making those the H. K. SU rKIl YJCA.lt IX ADVANOK and Mrs. Dr. Pease, of Chicago, sister IE?, ! and Iihh lnoiiglit with her a Olllco otw lllggln A .McUliinev s More day car on the L. & N. choice selection of all the noveUics of the of Mr. Thomas Smiley, tiro vUltlng rel scheduled. Tho Whrn not so paid 3:2. GO will c charged. "cn-oevening train Is the nicest I have over War between piano denier hits forved me Or Auiupeotiou of her n'ock N atives hero. to buy my goods direct from tho factories seen on that line, though not superior ami OfYour Life A gra'phophonc concert will bo given pni Hit chIi, .uid that Is why I cell u Rood pluno fur for to many West of tho Mississippi. I iiiiv where on less tii(ine thnti It ciinU'linri at tho union church here For hatching, llluck I earth. Pianos from ?50 to A M Saturday fto Itttrrel flouring S.VH) Langslian. 50c. Llvht the benelit of the Ladles' Aid Society reached Franklin at. A. Organs .t and up. Cull on or ad- Mill with I'levator, flue Bcsldeuco and Mock morning and found'Sairt Jones' compan- dress. (s, J BKnn.8tiinf.itd. Kvof wheat and corn for sale. Mill running Itrnlimns nnd llronre Ttirkevn, i ffl) per TIME GI8D. of tho Christian church. ion. Hov. George Stewart, and the full time and dWiKisIng of entire out nut at KJiting of IS Pure stock. I, S. Tuvih, Mrs. Wallace Steele, near Kldd'a Mitlsfactory prices. The ldnnt kIioiiIiI be Shelby City, Ky. sweet singer and music book publisher, FARM FOR SALE ! KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Store, if very low with consumption. to Ik) nmircclittcd. Will be cold lit u Charlie Til in an. in a wonderful mootLvlhg I tulles from Danville and contain- Men bargain 111 health forco me to quit the Trains leave Manford at 7 I0 a. m , returning She was Miss Lou Minks, dauehter of ing, filling the large Methodist church ing it) or (lo acres pood Improvements, nev- - milling business. Terms cus . Call 011 or KOI1KKT FISH, At t iH p. m. is well known hero. our postmaster, and water. Inree votitirr orchard of an- C U. VAN'ABSDALi:. morning ami In with Taber- pies. peaches, Ac .Mils Lizzie YKAurit. address. HustoiivUlu. Kv. Bert McKlnley has moved his saw nacle,.00 the have come to the knoxvillTdTvision. The crack- - barlKr, Is now back at bis old which I labor in. lanvlIlle, Kv stand In Mm. Hgliert ready to mill from Klngsvlllo to the farm of J. tos ..12 87 give ou a tu No. 24 Train tfcjng North tdinvu ami haircut All he has a big with 1.200 at night. They close .. 3 13 a m I. Baughman, .where No. iW ' needing work should call 011 him. lie l night a nine days' work. Stewart is a " , South ..12 10 a in No. 2.1 " uro to please ou Crab Orchard, Ky. 0ft of white oak timber to convert In. 27 p m tract No. 23 great, popular preacher, tender and paBcalcrs In to lumber. On . will ForalllPolnts. for anecdotes illustrating truth Mile inPUIDAV. AI'U. N Seven Acresoiler liuid Residence with of BOUND TO SELL Work will soon .be commenced upon thetic; his JtO'IOIl T1CKCTS fcOLD. bring handkerchiefs to moist eyes. His ltunted 011 Danville Ave.. In Stanford. Kv 1IAUOAOE CHF.CKED TIlItOUOH. tho telephone line between this place mid till iiwiiir All those Malta Cultivators, sermons yesterday on Christian Wom- liOOd house, barn pood garden For any Information enquire ol flue fru't. If not sold Order Olllco and IVeil Exchange near Ky d and Shelby City, and as this will give All those Hall hearing Deuring tnowcm, Crossing, Depot M., Mttuford, anhood and Gospel Temperance were will be tented ANoulot lion-- e furniture, All those Hall Waring Dcuriug hlndors, us connection with Danville it will no JOE S. BICE, Agent,. farming Implements, binder, one irrnlu Coul Yard. Mill St., Intel J B. Illgglns' magnificent. Last night one might drill, All those nice working Deoring liny Stanford, Kj. doubt prove a paying Investment. plows, harness, saddle horse and Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan was mostly buggy, 4 nuroe Sows and Iteglsterol Hoar. rakefl, L. Car have thought Franklin Messrs. GUI Cowan and T. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. All those neat looking buggies, Methodist and bad ones at that as about Sows have pigs two to four weeks old, thorpenter loaded a car of wheat hereTues. lo0 200 All thoso solid Oak stills Furniture, At same time will le VIA QEOBltETOWN. or came under the invitation, oughbred and kitchen furniture sold all the pmpertx of All thoo cross rowing com planter. day for shipment to Chattauooga that A M A. M. r. m .M MHS. U. I) SIMl'SOS, Pror . you itre backsliders and J. II. Dk'Ultisoti and Miss l'oll Hughes All of those at I). L. C'AKIMJNTEK'.s 200 Lre. Somerset, 35 Arl2M brought 03c per bushel. It was bought "All who know furniture, of ' 1131 3 IS " Jet. City, 820 will promise your pastors to do bettor stove, Ac gooif to commence bedding, m cook Lancaster, : Kentucky. Hustonvlllo, Ky Salt1 6 30 bought by George Cogar, of Danville. 4 50 05 at 10 a ArrOeorcetown, Lt 9 35 In the future come ami give me your " Fratiktort, " 6 30 1155 300 :2o J.M .McltOimtTC T. H. Wright, of this place, has leaso Newly furnished; clean beds; Rplcndnl hand." Truly it was n sight to make 8 40 5 30 ed Green Briar Springs for tho coming Arr Paris sin Porters table. Everything Dally except Sunday men rejoice. Then about 3!l came say8l meet trains. season from the present owner, Mrs. C. D.HERCAW.G. P A. ing they had decided to livo for Christ E. B. Chenault, of Lexington. Since and unite with the church Of their QUEEN & CRESCENT. SPUING, 1898. tho death of Mr. Slaughter, the former choice. God bless the workers and the Sired In King Chester, ho by Chester Daro, Trains pass Junction City as follows owner, this place has been refurnished work. he bv Black pjlrrel. King Chester dam 3 51 p m p m No. 2 North No. 1 South .... 12 Black Bess. b Itourlsm Blue Lincoln No.S " .... IJ(i2 a m " 4 " .....3 24 am and beautified until It will now comI will hold my first service here Fri- Kings dam bj Silver King. 2nd dam by 11 Mam " 6 " No. 5 " 3 p m pare with any resort of its kind in Cen day, as Mr. Nelson, who formerly hud Grav Digle. 3rd d im by Copnerbottom. Itli " 10 " 8 20 p m " No. 9 6 00 a in a The Blue No I and 2 do nut stop. 9 and 10 run no further tral Kentucky. the Lancaster Presbyterian church, is dam thoroughbredand Lincoln King Is a rich for Orchard,(trass Nurseries olferoverv thing has henry muue anil (inrdeii, ba, (ban June Hon City Tho big reservoir recently completed now a Cumberland Presbyterian, and tall. lull in bands eu-- old and a No. sad Strawlwrrv and general Luwn No Agenu He Is four nurrv Catalogues near here for the C. S. road is leaking will preach all the week at that church. dle horse. Will stand at the low price of on application to OF liKOOKLYN. h r iiiLLr.NMF.vnr.. so badly that it will necessitate drainOur phtn is to interfere as little as pos $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Telephone 2T Koyal siakes the food pure, ttO'.'i Levlngtou. Kr. ing and repairing. The trouble seems sible with the services in the churches. wholesome and delicious. Caledonian : I will also stand mv line, Jack, to lie in tho bottom and the water es Lord's day morning I walked out at a capes through tho fissures of limestone country home and, lo, it looked as If I Co., Scotland. that constitute the basin. The compa was in old Kentucky. Cattle under loA few energetic Indies and gentlemen On the Mime terms as Lincoln King. He ny will remedy this by concrete. Much cust groves on the sides of KOtJN'LJlCD 1HOO. s Above salarv guaranwill servo a limited iititnbvr of mares, lie wanted to canvass needed improvement will also be made hills and a little creek In the valley, a I black, with mealy jmlnts and hat. Hue teed Cull on or address. Kv. B. M OOt 11 ts mid action. on the depot hero'this Spring. maple avenue out to the plko ! Verily bone Noti! Lincoln King' dam wns the dam The condition of "Uncle Matt" I felt as thongh I had not moved till I of W. L. Evans' great show mare, Huma, 6 .sTANroiU), KV. as he Is familiarly known around saw radishes, beans, corn, fzc, peeping and his granddam produced as imitiv win- ours as au mate In the country here, remains very precarious. 2o up in the gardens. Fruit trees, though Mares grazed at s2 per month. Care taktruer or more honorable man than seem no more advanced thau at Stan! en to prevent accident but not responsible Louisville, Ky., should an occur C. "Uncle Matt" ever lived; a man who ford. It rains. But Stanford has passed his allotted three score and people know what that is. God bless W. H. iDUttPHY, StanTord. Ky. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN 10 in this immediate locality and in all them. I have lived longer thero than these years never had an enemy. He anywhere since I returned from China, The POWDER The Ladies Kotauraut U the lluvt in awaits the dissolution confident of his and I love the little town and its good the city. Every convenience for ladles Undortcilcer, Absolutely Pure life here, sur. people. Yours In the expectation of a Hustonvillo, reward for a the city - - Kentucky spending the day in on otllce.tloor. Stanford, Kv., Gentium n' Cnfe rounded by the loving hearts of a large better land, B. HELM. Offers IiUmttIcp. to tho ssilr of Wot Lincoln family of children and grandchildren. THOMAS A. MULLICAN. In nd Casy enmities. Full itock of Cottimiutl Cik- POwSCR CO., ht YORK. Receiving Ills Full And People here, regardless of politics, LAND AND STOCK. etiaiwajrion bind Manngcr. 95 D. ti. CJrpnter. Managrr. feel a just pride In our republican gov.Music - Tuos tv, Thursday tuid Sand ay Goods. I. Shelby Tevis bought a bunch of ernor, but the same cannot be said of Evening. A. S. PRTCF, TO CONTRACTORS. dry cows at 2c. our republican president, since his Goods Warranted. Surgeon J. C. Hays sold "0 short yearlings to Hid will Ir received to April IS, at noon, message to Congress upon the Cuban Kit Guaranteed. Mt. Hentist, for tho building of the New Chun-ha- t question. Verily our country is in the Garrard county parties at $20. 77 acres on the Iron Works Morlah. Tor further Information, plans and A farm of Give Him a Call. hands of the Wall street money power, specifications, midribs. TINNING & PLUMBING, J I) IIASTIN. r.well. Kv. and for fear of pecuniary losses to indi- road near Lexlugton, sold at $Sl.o0. ,11 LtNltlM. Joil.f II, CtiTS.kxa!'. Josh Jones sold to Leroy Hlsle, of Ortlceover McBoherti' Drug Storo In the'IOwsler ST A N K ORD.KY,, viduals the lives of 204 brave men are Iliilldlng. Jessamine, u lot of common steers at Is now prepared to do all kinds of I'lutnblug left to be unavenged. Humanity cries and Tinning :ole proprietors of Ikwin out for Congress to interfere for the 4c. HIiioW Diamond Ibxif Paint. Telephone No sale in Montgomery 50 At 20, residence Miop on Mill t . oppslte J B. fextot-z-- . starving hundreds of Cuba's oppressed sheepHeaton's$(i. 10, heifers at $20 and sold at II. Ilaugbman A. Co.S Mill population. yearling cattle at 2o. Hon. B. B King has returned from INSURANCE COMPANY B. G. Fox & Rice, of Danville, bought an extended trip to Washington, New- of mules for $100 and sold eight a pair pori News and other points of interest. OF LIVERPOOL. horses at $90 to $123. Advocate. He reports tho preparations for war Well bred young bulls are very scarce poini: on steadily every where and the 5 . -and the farmer who Is lucky enough to L'KA L.KK 1N Mit Latu otnford, : Ky. conlllct with Spain a certainty. B. P. have one can get almost his own price BELRBEE S CHSTLEHM. iirflcpon utcntrect at Residence Buck has rented the Dave Peyton for him. MANAUF.IUs, property and gone to housekeeping. The farm of William Tarr, at Lair, 333 Miss Lucy Wyatt, of Lexington, is visOommorco ;Bailding, Louisville. containing US acres, iting Mi&s Muud Bc&t, her cousin, near Bourbon county, was bought by H. H. Hoffman, of CinAfecti Throughout tho outh. Milledgoville. Mrs. Ed Peyton took SCO. 10. the traiu here for a vveok's visit to her cinnati, at AN ARTIST I? HALLWAY X&. W. E. Sanders, of Adair, has a turbrother at Harrodsburg. Wm. Baker 57 eggs up to and MORELAND. BRO. HELM THE INTERIOR JOURNAL M, PHGLPS, 520-pou- . "W .A. ill first-clas- x n. opportunity (lrt-clns- s, up-to-d- to-nig- WM EGGS. - s-- 2i 1 PUBLIC SALE! 1 out-hous1 NOEL&SON, Ball-roa1 Moru-roo- m Coal, Corn And Hay, 1 hou-eho- ld Mason Hotel lirHt-clnsa. eon-sMIt- ig LINCOLN KING, FIRE INSURANCE CU Trees, Plants. Vines. 1 Insurance Company Insurance FHKNIX of s 1 J w RICHARD BIBB, $40 A Month Salary. blue-gras- San-didg- e, R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. LOUISUILLB'HOTEL VSfifi BAKING To-da- v RUPLEY, J. T. SUTTOSX, Merchant Tailor, well-spe- nt ROYAL 1 Vintcr J. T". Jones, '.M-- 7 IOYAL) tf Mwm 1 A. C. SNE, M9 IL U M B year. and family who lived on Win. Wright's place near here, have moved to near Harrodsburg. where he will farm this WAYNESBURG. Mr. George Thompson will teach a class in vocal music at Ellison, begin- TJ2TD3RTAKER! And Denier in KV ning Saturday. Quite a number from here uttended the sale at Henry Padgett, deceased, and were badly disappointed when It HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD. t!. W THE POPULAR ttJyttrriyAA. IMDEEuuaj tf.wwjf'f'Mu'JIjt Xwtlrvt.itrftiipi4f wwwwwwwt: Jt"rf Hn"K ww: 11 was postponed. Log rolling Is tho order of the day. &C. There has been" more timbered land cleared up the past winter than for years in this vicinity. i Mr. George Kumsey has a sale Satui- day. Ho has traded his farm to a Mr. Djigh for property in Ironton, O., where ho will go soon. Thero are lots of lumber of all kinds t b;lng bhlppcd from hore now, and from ; tue prospects at the different mills the amount will be on the increase for some time. A little son of T. J. Gooch has been very sick for several days with pneu- monla, but lo better. Dr. Caldwell tells us that W. D. Johnson has thtee or four of his family down with the disease. Kev. Mr. Taylor, who was pastor of Double Springs church some 23 years ago, ana wtio helped lor W years to make the church what It is, preached an interesting sermon hero Sunday night to un attentive congregation. M. G Reynolds received a letter last week from E. W. Reynolds, of Dawson City Klondike). He writes that winters are not near so bad as reported; that it had only been 00 below zero and was HO below when ho wrote. Ho sam tnat about S.j,UL0 were spoU 111 Dawson dry every 24 hours in gambling rooms, dance halls and saloons, und when thu gold is washed out of the dirt in the spring, as much more would ho spent dally. Ho said they had received no mail since bept. Jst, but they heard s und there , ......IIIIIIIUMIIIIIIIIIIUIilb fTTT77s should have the floors covered with hnnd local Agent. Including March 13th and at that time some Oriental rugs, our Lcnoliuin hall Stanford, - - - Khntuckv. she was showing no signs of quitting. strips or Tnpesirv, We have an exquisSTANFORD, KY. ite assortment of rugs in all sizes, in both News. Oriental nnd dnmcMic, besides mi uuusii Phil T. Chlnn bought of J. M. Mob-erl- ally superb stock of carpets for bedrooms, Co of Mercer, two yearling Lissak parlors, library, dining room or kitchen. colts, paying' $300 each. One is out of Ol' STANFORD, KV. Martina, by St. Martin, and the other W. W. 5200,000 OC Paid up Capital, out of Lavlnla, by Leonatus. thi: 17,603 80 Surplus, A description nnd pedigree of W. II. Kontuckv. Murphy's Lincoln King, by King ChesGKEITES. SYSTEM. arr a SOCHI'S roTliIon ter, appears in another column. He is Ilrnnch Store and Undertaking Outfit nt fullyy prutecttsl as of Im charter, dvilUr lUnka, in hatlunal are lti kliarfhulden Mug livid Individually Ihihln to a line specimen of the snddle horse and Iho extent oftlie aniuiintuf their .KKk tlivrvlu at I'KNRTRATrj? Hustnuville. Ky. M. will also stand is highly bred. Mr. tho par Table thertsif, In addition to theauiuunt It may act a In auch iharti jack, Richard Bibb. his trunlw, Ac , as fully a an individual EIGHT GREAT STATES Ml III V Tviiderlngour ttiuiikstu thuto who li.ivi'elitruit-h- ! II. F. Hilienmoyer, the , tliclr bulinii to ui, etrut they will ctiiitluue Kentucky, Tennessee. Virginia. J1U nurseryman, says that tho cold snap so Georgia, to do is), aud we oiler a a guarantee fur prompt jrth and South Carolina, to .iiiiimr 20 yearn' oxs'rleuce in hank-- i far as he had seen had not Injured frutt Alabama, Mlshlsslppl u and a lUxral accuuimodatluiK at aie conililclil Mith Mjuud liaiikllii;. or vegetables. He said the freeze Tues- DURABLE, PORTABLE, I)IECTOHV. day night had not done any damage and J. J. William", Mt. Vernon; OrAKANTEKD was no danger Wednes thought there W. 11. Cinuinllii, I'rea(liernie, .1.1! Owtlej, J. S Owtley.hr., day night. S II. Sliuuli, William (imoU, Hetween Louisville ntii1 tho Fouth J 1'. Cu.l S J. Kmbry, HUBBLE. A. W. Ctusnter, J. K. Lynn, J. N. Mcuiidf, orriCKRi. Virgel Rice's horse kicked his buggy DAILY S. pieces und bruised him up some. to J. II. Owly Cahler; Kuril uiir Iwtncen Lexington. W M llrlglit Teller C. C. Cover has n new wlfu and bugW. A. TIKIC. (i P A.. gy now and why should he not be'liaj.- y, key hen that has laid SASH AND DOORS, A. TBIBBLX, Farmers Bank&Trust WITHERS, Soutftern Railway Stanford, well-know- n MM PRICE, S35. Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS TIIREK OTWI Si! :Vo 1:; lJ! ij! Sii iw,! MttJ-- f ij: 4rl . T T T i' tft w ei tlnttttntttjftfftjtj thicuKo. ..E.U.11AC0.V. a. r. a., . w tinisn SfLi "nniiiiimiimiiiuiiiiiiir ; ti1,,Mr,M4r,!lpJ IFTttTtfffMHtttttttft UlL - WWWW WW 4 WtJ tjT &$? A. J. & Joe Rice have sold their saw mill in the bend, to J. C. Brock for a nice profit. Hammonds & Co. have sold thoirhoy to John W. Miller's distillery for U7ic per nunureu. Chris Gentry dares any Spaniard to attack Hubble or Lancaster while he remains on the home guard. Will Bland bought the 70 acres of laud sold by his father at Lancaster Monday at $21. It is a part of the home place. George Wood bought two jennets and one young jack of Enbanks Bros for $100. Four years ago thoy would havo sold any day for $1,000. Ed Miner Is at home fiom Louisville again. Miss Kate White Is gradually giving away. Small pox scaro is this community very Httlo as tho miners is none closer man Richmond, were almost wild to get it. Ho bald Ice there was frozen from 2 to 0 feet thick and and It is under perfect control. anow was 2 feet deep. Eld. John S. Shouse, evangelist for iy? FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. Uashlugtoii. W. I). C. 11 TAVLOH. A. O. P A Louisville. Ky. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 How can it he done? Simplicity in construction and not belonging to thu Typewriter Trust result in an honest at an honest price. The Iilickens-dere- r is the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. It is built on Mrlrilv bciontilic principles, and of only the host aim most titiratne material. So"nc distinctive features, visible woric, interchangeable tj pe, portability, durahil. ity, doing away with ribbon nin'bunce, nn varying aligtimont, nnoxcelled inanlfold ing, SI separate chsructers. etc., etc OIKCCTORs Tho IJ ickenderfer is the only typeJ. W, lU.vden, Stanford writer rccoiving highest award nt VVofhPs F. IUid, Lincoln Co.; h. II. Haiyhiuali, " S. T. Harris, " Fair. Improved since T r. Hill. llocker, ' J S Send for eatnlogno nnd "Htinionials W. A. Triblde, " W. V. Walton " J H.Colller.CrabOrchM M. J. Miller, Mt Vernon M, l. Llmure, btauford. MOORE IJKOS., GEN'L AGTS. orriCERS. 123 E Fayette st. 218 Fst X. W. President; Mcltobertt ICatbU BaltimorH. Jld. Wabhington, D. C J S. llocker, wcuinney, J J. .vxMsiamuisnifr, 2.A. A. pro-duct r' Atteullonnt the public ii railed to the f.ict that this In the only National Hank In Stanford. Un der thu prorhloiu ol the National lljnt Act (lesjsllor aresrureil not only hy the rajillal nloclc, but by the lUtckliohlera' liability lor an auiiiiinl equal tn llietuck o mat uepositorsotiiiMtnititu. (ion aronecured by a fund ol jAO.noO. tire nuni utatviuentsol the condition ol tin Hank aremadi each )ear to the United States (overiiiuiut and lti awl are exatulned at .taled tiuiCk h gax riiiuint aKeiita, thus Kciulng aiblllloiial and jt'rks t mlet. lodciiosltorj. 1 hi. Institution originally ettaldUhed at the Hank of Stauford in littl, then nsirvauizisl at dm Nntloiml Hank ofStanlord in IMVi niidairnlu rooriratiltil as the First National Hank uf Stanford In is.v.', lias nan practically un umnierriipieu exjii-eticfor 35 yours. It U better supplied now witl. huilnistti prompt! and lacilltlea for lran-ittlthan over befoie In lti loiiit and hnuoralili c.ireer Account of Individuals, tidiiclaile,tlriii ar.d iudlvtdiiaUkolkltrd. o "BIG ItOUTK. The Ilest Line toand From 4 TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. " White City Swclal." CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel Ilest Terminal .Station. BOSTON. agner MecpIii(t;Cars. NEW YORK. UunVt I'arlor Cant, Waenrr SleeidiiR Cars, Ooiiipartiueut Cars, LUitant Coaches audPrlrot Din Ing Cars. ' De sure your tickets read via "DIG FOUIt " E, U. McCOUMICK, WAltltKNU. LYNCH Traffic Mgr., Ass. (.en 1'ait. A Tkt CINCINNATI OHIO 'rj' "srafcswwsdBst a, rrm0rm lHWii'iiliU itti,Jn-Z..-,,- , Tf'-t'