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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898040501 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-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI J. MIDDLEBURG, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, APRIL 5. 1898. NO. 9 Go to D.wivlllt) as soon as hmsII) e and see M. .l..n-- ., Taylor hii liiul his lino largo rest- - imlnioil nnd now bus thu out home in town. prottl- - erect a throo'story building on biimo. Rev. F. L Creech preached at the M. K. church at Russell Springs Sunday. Ho Im- been called to the pastorate of that church. Wa agree with W. II. Gooch in his roporta of tho wickedness of his little city. Caee.vltos regard McKlnnoy as tho tncaneat town on tho C. S. The farmers of tho drove eotlon are ..i ......... uivrumuu hv- preparing to put oui nn i.... ngoof tobacco this year. Caoy Is last comlns to tho front a a tob.iceo county, In fact Hhc can bo Htylod tho banner tobacco county of tho mountains. The wet weather has Interfered with tho Mlddleburg ba-- o ball club. If they could havo practlcod during March they would have been ready to have met tho Cincinnati boys by the llrst of April or the McKlnnoy boys I should have said. Tho Mlddleburg band boys moot now Mldon Tuesday and Friday nights. dleburg haii tho best tootor" of any town of her slxo in South Central Kentucky. They will toon bo ready for tlm Ki.imon it ml will be oloased to hear - 0. II. Jeter bus bought tho btoro hoiisu and lot of J. II. Allen and may , WAH PREPARATION'S. Tumpii, Flu., has been selected aw thu ovum, 01 win l"lBO '1M"" " A cruiser of 1,800 ton displacement has buun purchased in England for tho United States. The olllclnl report on tlie militia strength of tho United Suites shown It to bo lSrt.Sh'. Spain U showing a lltt'.e sign of weakening and it) posing a? accepting nn arnistiou on advice of the pope. All of the cruiser are named in honor of the cities, and the battleship-"- , except the Koatargo, in honor of the States . Tint f 'iourler Journal now gets the Now York Herald's war news In addition to its other excellent copy-righte- d be an established fact in the history of tho world. We do not want war. Wo havo twice tillered yon the opportunity to avoid It. We might as well be frank. If It takes a war to free the Inland of Cuba, my voice and the voice of those with whom I have tho lienor to act. Is Cuba free, without war if postiUilo. Cu- ba free, with a war If necessary." Minister Woodford advised the Slate department Sunday that the Spanish Heel gathered at Cadiz was about to ' put to sea; Its destination unknown. A Madrid dispateli sae that the torpedo llotllla has been ordered to remain at the Cape do Verde inlands until futhur j HUSTOHYILLE, the Handsomest Lino of orders. ML VERNON, ? service. The report that tho Spanish torpedo llotllla had reached Porto Kico proves untrue. It had only reached the Capo do Verde islands at last accounts. Tho royal family of Spain is apprehensive of nn uprising and a jatehis kept in readiness at an Andaluslan port to take tho young King from the country. William K. Vanderblltls reported to have doctdud In tho event of war with Spain, to prosunt to tho United States government a warship to coal W.OOO,- 000. McKlnley was hung In elllgy at Zuiiufville, O., for his dillydallying In War talk Is all tho go now with our the Cuban business and a card attached Many favor esteemed lumber-prosceto tho dummy; "McKlnley, coward, war, but when it coma to offering traitor, duad." their service to their country they The wreckage co. has reeolvod orders Politics wuiih to from the government to discontinue would ay "nit." loft In the havo been further woik on the battleship Maine where l properly belong. In Havana Harbor. The order is conA telegram from Ruimell Springs sidered slgmlicaut. wiy preparations aro being made to A letter from the Bishop of the dio have an agricultural and mechanical cese wa read In all the pulpits of Madfair at that placo this fall.whlcb will bo rid Sunday, saying that war was Immif. crrwwl mlvtirtlsiMiiunt for that famous nent and ordering pravurs for the sue "health resort. U. S. Roxroiil, former-i- s cust of tho Spanish arms. also lyof tho Liberty Tribune, In rosK)nso to suggestion from Gov. thinking of starting a paper at that lilacK, tuo .now or legislature C. C. placo. 81.000,000 for a contingent war fund, thus making the militia CHATTER. CHURCH ready for war at a moment's notice. Hev. J. II. King, of Lebanon, Tonn., In an Interview Minister Woodford will preach at Walnut Flat, Sunday oxpresties tho belief that differences benight, April 10, at 7 v M. tween Spain and the United States may It U understood thaU)r. B C. Hu- yet be peacefully adjusted. Ho declares ge man has boon decided upon a- - the that ho will not leave his post until the guns of war actually open fire. no.u president of Hamilton College. An ordinary seaman ou board a warM. will hold pray or The C. W. B. lecture room of tho ship gets jl'.t a month ami seaman ?2i. services in the Christian Church at :i P. M., Wednes- They must be of robust frame, intelliday. Thursday and Friday. All the la- gent, of perfectly sound und healthy dles of town, and especially of tho constitution, free from any physical deChristian Church, are invited tonttond. fects or malformation and not subject to Ills. l'rof. S. S. Myers, of Cleveland, O., a Tho full Senate Committee on Forcomposer and music director, will con- eign isolations lias concluded to report duct a song son Ice at tho Christian a resolution recogniging the indepenchurch Friday evening, beginning at 7 dence of Cuba, reccommeuding armed NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. o'clock. Everybody U Invited. No Intervention, If necessary, and tlxing admission feo will bo charged and no uM)ii Spain the responsibility for the The Somerset Heporter says that H. collection will,bo taken up. G. Hail Is preparing to build a home. Maine disaster. Rev. W. S. Grinslcac' tolls us that Will Bailey died in Bell county front In the navy a rear admiral Is of the tho :id Sunday In April will be "Per- same rank as a major general, commo- tho effects of a wound indicted by Bud sian Pay" at tho Methodist church. B. dore as brigadier general, captain as Wilson in a drunken fight. L Summit, u Persian and a graduate colonel, commander us lieutenant colAvMoore's Creek, Jackson county, of two Colleges, will preach In the onel, lieut. commander as major, lieu- M. L. Pennington was appointed postmorning and locturo at night. All the tenant as captain, llcut. junior grade master, vice J. II. Martin, resigned. other churches in town are Invited. At McKee, the jailer left the keys in as first lieutenant, ensign u second has been lieutenant. Morrison, the lock and u prisoner's wife let nine Hcv. H.C. E. Wright In conduct-ln- g assisting Kev. J. Japan N getting ready for war. and prisoners oscape. All but one were reprotracted meeting at tho the war cloud ishoverlngover Knglaud. captured. tho Twice this week the mail sacks Methodist church, was called to bis Kvery nation seems to be looking for homo in Louisville, by telegram on ac- trouble, and trouble Is obligingly thrown from tho lightning southbound count of tho serious Illness of his wife. going all ari at once. Old Gen. express train have fallen under the iii,v. Hnmnlirovs. of Huruln. and Le- - Cash Clay's prediction that the wheels and much valuable matter cut of Lexington, will as- whole world would be at war In to pieces. Advocate. onldaa Hobln-oCi. W. Hunter, of Hurrodsburg, repBro. Wright in conducting the 11)00 oucuis likely of fulfillment. sist resenting Central University, won the meeting. Hurrodsburg Sayings. A French admiral says that the oratorical con Klder F. W. Allen and family arrived Spanish Is more than a match for the annual Missouri Friday and wore enter- American navy. "The chief weakness test at Lexington. He ib a son of tho from tained by Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baugh-ma- of the latter i a want of cohesion, ow- Prosbj terian preacher. Mrs. Cyreniis Wait, the aged mother The church social was largely ing to the mixture of nationalities did not anion,; the sailors. Spain will fight at of President George W. Walt, of the attended and If every member Somerbecome acquainted with their now pat-to- r a (llsaihuntiige, being cut off from her Somuiot Banking Co., died at own fault. Hlack cake, base of coal and other supplies, but thu set la-- t week. The Heporter speaks of It was his cotTco and wafers were served. Mr. war will be an affair of torpedo de- her as ono of the best women in that section. Allen preached two lino sermons at tho stroyers largely." Tho jury In the case of John Salter-HolYesterday's Courier Journal, Under Christian church Sunday, which were for killing Tom Smith in Pulaski largely attended, tho night attendance dale of 1:!I0 a. m., said thu only hope other de- for preventing an early outbreak of failed to make a verdict after being out being especially largo as the were for acquittal and nominations hold no service in honor hostilities between Spain and thu Uni- three days. Six years. Decker Perkins for six for two ted States seems now to lie In the of his arrival. Holloway was acquitted. of the efforts of Franco and Great killing John Mitchell, who killed Freda Britain to induce Spain to grant the in Edgar Sludger, a Cincinnati South Alice Ward January 2.'), lhW. at Memphis, dependence of Cuba. President Mc- ern brakctnan. was 'fatally injured at He win died of exhaustion at tho West Ten- Klnley is said to onlertaln a hope that Burgin Saturday afternoon. nessee Insane Asylum, at Bolivar. Her Spain will be unable to withstand this switching and his foot became fastened crlmo bturtltyl and horrified the whole pressure, but other public men at In tho frog. As tho car slowly cumo world Both girls weio wealthy. Alleo Washington do not share his feeling down on him he bout over his full length and his leg was cut oil" at the was tho daughter of a Memphis furni- and war seems Inevitable. thigh. manufacture.!'. Sho was a pervert ture In bis speech in Congress the other The grand jury at Somerset returned and bad Induced Freda Ward to agrco day, Mr. Bailey, of Texas, said: "I nn Indictment against Mrs. Permelia to marry her. Freda's married sister owo the republican party no kindly offorced hoc to return tho engagement fices. Utiti will venture to warn It Young charging her with beating Mrs. ring given by Alleo and to cut her ac- that If Its leaders agree and the repub- Bains, nn old woman, to death, because quaintance. Freda, with her sister, lican party sanctions thu agreement to she said that Mrs. Young's husband was was about to board a boat for her homo compel any people under God's sun to had stolon it sow. Tho old woman found terribly beaten in a field and at Gold Uust, Ark., when Alleo drove buy that liberty which God has given up in a buggy, sprang out and cut to them, that party will never survive died shortly afterwards. The Hichmond Heglster, piqued at Freda's throat. Sho was adjudged in- long enough to escape tho odium which boon In tho asylum ever will be fastened upon It by tho outrag- the removal of the deputy collector's sane and has olllce, remarked that Danville, had onsince. ed sentlinen,t of tho American people. ly ono railroad, only four passenger .. . Tain lUlm for Liberty is not a purchusablo commodiMy wtfeliajuvsl Chamberlain's trains a day, and not a distillery In oprli'ruiiiathiii with itrcut relief, ami I wi ty. There was a tliuo when this throatin Boylu county. Whereupon It a a leiiili! liniment for rlicuiiMtlfiii nn.l ed war could have been averted. Six eration the Danville Advocate arose and replied household u fir wlilcli wo lime fuiiml ll other months ago, If you had done as we urgIteil Creek, JC. V. a1iialiU'. W'.J.Ci-Viamtho o'nly things in Hichmond Icuillng iiitrclianlitof ed you to do, if you had recognized tho that lr.Cii)ler Ixtiiu "f tlio which Danville hasn't got aro the In IMl l'H'i'iliiciU men rights of these struggling patriots to small nox and tho delirum tremens. thU village uixl mie u' l ililmkliilty. W.O. l'liiri'i.s, Kdllor ltd fntk fight for Independence, war would havo Thui's a home ou tho Heglster. Cyn- CUAHi A HOCKPt, Herald. tlilun Democrat. Leen averted, and Cuba would from fulr companion. r. back-ground, i The cool weather wa-- an unpleasant surprise to many housekeepers, coal being scarce. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Will gladdened by the arrival of a son Monday, 1th. A young democrat. Fourteen shots were fired at Will Hunley as he stood on the porch of his father's home on Brush Creek. Ho had the Langford boys indicted for the shooting. Services at the Christian church last Sunday were attended by uuusuully large audiences. Besides the usual Interesting services by the minister, Bro. Ira M. Bonwell, the cause o' the Kentucky orphans was presented by Mr. Shoesmlth, of Louisville. Misses Annie and Susie Thompson have returned from a pleasant visit to the home of Mr. Have Thompson near Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks and children, of Livingston, are the guusts of Mr und Mrs. J. J. Williams. Their many friends aro glad to have them return. Mrs. S. C. Franklin will move her millinery store to the room near Dr. Da Is' drug store on Main struct. Mrs. Grimes, of Lexington, Is expected to arrive this week to assist in the man tua making department. Mrs. Id Cox is on the sick lint. Messrs. Jas. Honk and Charlie Davis made a pleasant trip to Lancaster recently. Miss Fvu Martin is attending school here. Several of the young men have been indicted for selling whisky and are assisting on the street. Miss Mattle Williams very, gracefully fills her father's place during his Illness. Mr. Will Pettus. of Lincoln county, visited hero Sunday. Tho "opening" of Mrs. Ella Baker at d Mrs. Cleo Brown's millinery was uell attended Saturday. Misses Alza Brown and Salllo Cook aro tho guests of Miss Fiorello Brown It is thought that Mr. Miss Matulo L. C. King is sinking Miller visited Miss Kate Frazure at the Miller nouse recently. Cox-wa- s of Llbe iW fi eiUJ Hi ?TD) it Friday, incidentally to II Mil ri iiit . ei ji ti r.i irLA. ii aVVA irrri XM. Q LV the latest from Spanish headquarters. Miss Mary Maye-- . of Springfield, Is In tho Iitest Colorings Hods, Moss, (treeri and New Itluo ever shown In this State. Ala guest of her many relatives In the so the rincst Display of Now West End and has an option on u score of good catches. Miss Julia Stagg passed through Ever made South of the Ohio Illvcr. The trip will p.iy you to eo nnd know how Cheaply town on her way home from a protract. jou can Handsomely Decorate Votir House. You will find the Intest styles for painting cd stay at Joseph Price Infirmary. Her houses, and all Information freely given. friends share her delight in restoration to health. W. O. Monnett, of Window Shades, All Kinds Paints, Uarnishes, 0., long identified with tho CaWindow Glass and Paint Brushes and Art Material at sey county lumber enterprises, is here striving to wind up his business. It is a matter of christian charity (fi) N. W MAY, Ci.eiik. No 300 Main Street. that the iNTHitiou .ToUKXAL shall proclaim inGutli, Askelon and other consecrated b pots that Mrs. Sophia Carpenter, of this place, is a mistress of the culinary art and that Billy Vanderbilt's a year chef Is simply not in it with a Weathcrford Hoicl'tiienu. Is never amiss. A good Suit is always a It Is whispered and pretty generally Good Finish to a man. Men's Suits believed thut there will be a wedding that are the best value In town before long, but Madam Grim. ever produced dy has bcun fooled so often into Indiscreet previousiicss that she uccompanics all such discussions with a constant Children's was up 1 Hon. Pierce Combest. BDEW Will a PICTURE FRAME MOULDING I of Nor-wal- k, A. EI. GIBBONS, Danville, 00 ADVICE 810,-00- 0 shako of the head which leaves no Suits, doubt of her state of exasperating uncertainty. A trio of patriotic youths from just over the Casey line started to Cuba luostiay nignt to enlist for 10 years or endutin' the wnh. When overtaken Wednesday and assured that they were headed for the North Pole instead of the Indies, they were easily per&uaded to return home and be ready for gardening as soon us the waters subside. Ed Powell has so shaped his furmlng interests here that he onh awaits as surance that the various bridges and I foot logs have been replaced to repair i V to his largo ranch on Crocus and renew contracts with his army of cowboys for another year. Genial Tom Dalton, late of Stanford, now ft familiar fixture of this city, has assimilated with the promptitude of usquebaugh and powdered sugar when proper modicum of cold water Is added. Judge Ben Roach, Col. Ed Galther, (jjj Hon. Billy Stephenson and The Uery Best. Men's Shoes; nlwajs the best. date. Shirts: Xeckwear; the nobbiest. tip-t- o THE GLOBE, to sek you with that J. L. I'KOHMAN & Co., tll he rnouu Danville, Ky. A L0N6 WALK HE WEARS SHOES. Is ! 1 I I I The averape mau who lives to Imj f0 ve.iM old and who Is not a professional pedestrian, walks 112.500 miles 'in a life time. Most of the way the comfort It should be depends on where he gets his Shoes. We make a business of selling the right kind of snoos ui me rigiu Kinu oi prices. Tiiev are In Whether this long walk taken ii !( J Jehu, of 'I' Stylish, Wearable & Low-Frice- d. Always 'all on us. n, Inter-collegla- te n. Hurrodsburg, in u nobby landau drawn by u span of matched blacks, dashed & The Lead ngSlioe nnd Furnishing House, DANVILLE, ST. 35 into town at 2 i. M. Friday and were supposed a commission sent in a rush from Washington City by McKlnley to learn what Jim Goode and John Dryo Wi; HAVE JLST RECEIVED A think about his knocking the chip off of Spain's shoulder, till they Inquired for Judge Saulley, whom they wished to confer with on a legal question. Jowl, turnip greens, cress and wild mustard have been staple esculents so i And nre oflcring some long that enterprising epicures are fo- i cusing the little sunshine which falls to our share on lettuce and asparagus beds. There Is no doubt that George" Davison has been more generous and indiscriminate in his distribution of Call and See Us. Opp CoiirtIIouc, Stanfoid, Ky. garden seeds than ever was M. J. Durham, whoso distinguishing characteris tic was judicious dlssemlnntlon of gra- tuities on which Uncle Snra paid the ' i freight, i Col. W. G. Welch, Judge M. C. fe drifts V,(a ... ..... LaT m. Sautley, Judge J. P. Bailey and Hon. JN t"? O Tnitnn itfiiTiii tin tW li U3LUU 1IIU fTtit nnvllln 4ftaW .llUl ll lt Friday to seo Dr. II. Brown, who has been nn Invalid for more than a year, and has been confined to his room ' till winter. It will be cheering news ! to the doctor's friends, who aro v tensive with the medical world, to learn that his Improvement is pro-- , nounccd and promises him un early The old way of buying carpets hns pi ived out, nnd they are now restoration to his favorite haunts-pled- ged ii9J sold almost entirely liysauip'es. This way you can buy litem much . to henceforth indulge only In cheaper and have a very much larger assortment to select fiom. Inthe literature of his profession. CA LDWELL & LANIER, $ Car Load Of Vehicles, V SPECIAL ! i ""-- f B. K. WEAREN & SOV, B s IbbB? mmimmtf s ttmmmf - m - ! I i i i I, eo-ex- -' CARPETS m JIL J4L IfTT jCjL 1FTPST JLVJL S"; TTTIMI iifr JCr JH I ll! grains, Ilriiseli., Wiltors and velvets, beautiful patterns. A widow at Eau Claire, Wis,, has sued Bachelor John Keldahl for SI. 200' damages. In her complaint sho alleges that the gay Johnny "did wickedly, with mallco aforethought take, steal nnd carry away ono kiss, tbesamo being tho personal property of tho said plalntllf." Mrs. Honry Payne, of Daviess county, who is 40, gave birth to triplets last week, all of whom are living and have been mimed Leslie, LouUo and Lou-ellfeloniously and f I : : Xll d biic-ee- ss a. Robert Ford, of Conkling, Tonn., grvo birth to four girls, each weighing about four pounds. All aro well and nhow signs of a long life. Meda White, aged four years, of Buckner, this State, Is four feet tnl Mrs. and weighs V20 I W : iL 'J' IW I I Wo entry in stock also a large uvoiiiuciit of Rugs, und no (file will gel' them to you cheaper. i TERMS CHSH. m f pounds. l H. tf IT J. FVIcROBERTS. mm m recoiii-iiiei- In tending his subscription for another year, Col. J. E. Bruce, of Kansas City, writes: If you want to see prosperity come West. Tho banks out here have more money to loan than they have had in several years, but there Is loss demand for money. Tho peoplo of the West has got the push, and don't put In their time sitting around town whittling goods boxes and crying hard times. wa" rumliug nn aihortltntiit of ChamWrlalu'a m -- i r SPECIAL LOW PRICES For a few weeks on 1 , DniK-gist- s. Colic, Cliolvra ntxl Diarrhoea lleiurily lu thu Wor-ivnt- or whlih luili mo to wrlto i:ntiririM thU I rid truthfully ray I never used any remu-il- ) jiial to It fur mile ami illarrlioixi, Iliatoucv-c- r luil to tuo uioro than ono or two ilow to cure tho wont case with tuytslf or children. W. AJ Stikii'P, 1ioiiioUo City, Mil. Tor ule by Cl'.AKi Hay And Feed 0! Every To Keduce Stock Als 1 rccutl, M CO. leniy of C 1 at Low Figures. to-J- ay v V IIOCKKlt, PiugjiiU. J. H. BAUCHMAN St r rr TTT7" i I i R i Tho old Bourbon f.ilr grounds wero He that llveth by the sword shall die The State board of equalization raisby the sword. W. C. Brann, editor of ed Barren county 20 per cent, on lnr.ds sold to n syndicate for $0,801 and will THE INTERIOR JOURNAL the Iconoclast, bo laid off in town lots. who hns rnised more nnd personalty nnd 10 on town lota. It is said that Robert Bonner will try shcol to the square inch in Texas than Magistrate W. J. McNumara, who Lexing- to train Sunol, 2:08, again this year. i898 nny man ever did, has at last got his shot and killed John Weller nt Stanford. Ky.. reward. In a street duel with Capt. W. ton, was acquitted at his examining Sho is now 12 years old. y ffi plpjjj inw "r WW wmwfun. imiiWi" Thomas Sallee, of tho West End. T. Davis, at Waco, he was shot thro' trial. W. P. WALTON. the lung, leg and foot, and died a few Cannon fc Byers, the oldest whole bought 2S owes from different parties, hours later. As soon as they met they sale millinery firm In Louisville, hns paying $.. Hnrrodsburg Democrat. D. N. Prewitt bought of G. A. began to fire nnd Davis also fell, wound- nssigned. Liabilities $70,000, assets Wo aro authorized to announce a small bunch of sheep at W and ed in the lungs nnd both arms, dying a W0.000. by Bud of Col. Underwood a shorthorn cow for trouble few hours after Brann. The Will Bailey, who was shot r fucd Wilson near Hartrauft, Tenn., in a grew out of the Of Madison Countv, ii candidate for ConPatsey. selling 2 to 1, won tho Cumgress in the Eighth Congressional District of last year in which one man was drunken quarrel ovor a game of cards, of Kentucky, subject to the action of the berland stake at NaIivillo Frldav. killed and another severely wounded. died of his wounds. democratic" party. Presbyterian wa second: W. O. HamIn his paper Brann reflected on the An earthquake did considerabledam-ag- o and ilton third. of the pupils and facto property at S.m Francisco SPAIN'S answer to President Molon- moral character N a singular fact that no pacer bus ey's ultimatum amounted almost to a ulty of Baylor University, in which other places in California. Many poo-pi- t' a It record of 2:0. Every fraction of timo narrowly escaped death. dell. She declined to consider proposi-ion- s were two of the daughters of Davis. It ha-been Commonwealth's Attorney J. E. from 2:03f up looking to the fieclngof Cubaand wns expected that when they met a save only 2:00. also declined to accept the findings of tradedy would occur as both men were Rowe. of Owensboro. was indicted by Smith McCann, who died at Lexingthe American report on the Maine and dead game. Besides the three wounds the grand jury at Hawosvlllefordrunk- ton 10 davs ago. once owned the famou received, three other mon were ennoss nnd neglect of duty. suggested arbitration. Diplomatic re each lations bctweon the countries thereupon slightly wounded. Brann's was anl&h-malit- o John Harris, two men named Ricks, Red Wilkes. Ho sold him to W. C wlioao hand was against every Mrs. Harris aud hor infant were aU Franco for SHO.00O. jTJftMpH censed and unloss the Spanish ministry Matt CSooeh, who bought ono of J. IC. finds some way to back down without man and woman too, and his taking off drowned shortly after leaving SpotU-villimported jacks Billy (J! WvWf$l on Green river, a few days ago. Raughmnn' appearing to do so, war will at once be will be the subject of general satisfacDPnuiDPc Spotswood will stand him at his farm well-of- f and handMrs. McFarland, a declared, as soon as the president's tion. In his dying statement, Davis near Wnynesburg at $1 to Insure. MAKES COLLIRS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE message is sent to Congress, which Is accused Ward, Brann's business mana- some white woman eloped from Jnmes W. Miller sold to Labrot & ger, of firing the fatal shot, and he was Crowder, a AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT HEW now said will not be before Wednesday. O., with Frank r?sv f minister at Madrid and arrested. married him in Can- Graham between 2.000 and .'1,000 barThe American Negro porter, and CHiSE33ESEE31! rels of shelled corn at Sl.lV.. .). A. Co the consulato olllcials at Havana have ada. bought 82. Mrs. M. M. Oveustrekt announces hogs at .'U. been notified to bo prepared to leave J. Russell Smith, of Nlcholasvllle, hen that her partnership with J. K Garrett owns the largest dog In the country. Woodford Sun. ONE POUND OF THIS STAftCII WILL GO Rftdfca for homo on the shortest notice. Every Madison Sandldgo & Son, of the AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF war and In the publication of the Corbin News It Is a St. Bernard, .'17J inches tall, ti preparation is being made for OF ANY OTHER STARCH. when the blow is struck it is hoped to has ceased and that she is now the solo foot 11 inches long and weighs -- 5'J West End, will make another soason "editor and proprietor." She seems to pounds. with their fancy saddle stallion, Gilt UTACTUREDONLVa), ranko it short, sharp and decisive. Pressure is being brought to bear by be made of the stulT to get there and Rending was convicted at Coving- Edge. His description and podlgroo Ed wmzy appears itv another column. Franco and Great Britain to have Spain here's hoping she will. ton of having assaulted Mrs. Bertha At Louisville, W. O. Owens sued the NEWHAVEN,C0NN.g IKKEOKUKJOWA. grant the independence of Cuba, but It is sent out from Frankfort that all Gltason. Tho jury fixed his punish0 Association for the Spanish Cabinet is said to be prac- - the convicts want to cnliat and go to ment at confinement in the penitentia- Tobacco-Grower.f for alleged illegal fees charged and ..11.1 wcuuy Bona aga.nsi, any prupuaiuun tho war wUh g In v naturally, ry for 10 years. looking to relinquishing its hold on the but u carrying the malls tho abstraction of 10 iounds from each Tills starch Is prcportnl on f Irntlflo prlnriple !r men wlio linro liml jrtviixof prncllcl The contract for wnnt the,p own freedom much oxpotirtico In fancy Itinntlcriru;. It rpotnrri nKl llnrti nml ummor ilrnmo totlmlr island. The peace party is making tre mm.e lhan thev do lho tveeaom of Cu. from Junoau to Weare, Alaska, has hogshead of tobacco sold for him. nnturnl Unutlful ami l(tlnllnlli. It In thoonly ntnrrli Next Monday Is horse show day. It mnuutnrtuml that Ii iwrfoctljr hnrnilo, rontniulnt; npltlicr nrwnlc. nlutn or any mendous appeals to Mckinley and it ba. been awarded to B. C. Rlehatdson, of otUcr nuretoDeo Injurlou to Hiioa ornl can bo uscl cfen for i laby powder. will be a good idea to show your stalmay succeed in taking out the little stifSeattle, Wash., at an annual compensalion, but it will be far bettor to adverFor sale by grocers. wholesale and fening that had been injected into his THE TOCSIN OF WAR tion of 800,000. tise him In a paper that goes every backbone, by making him write a A St. Louis urewing company nas WILL HE SOUNDED IIKFOKE THE WEEK where the INTKKIOR JorilXAh for In message in keoping with placed an order with tho Modos Glass stance IS OVER. his dilly-dall- y treatment of the situaCo., of Noblesvllle, lnd., for $7o,000 Col. John R. Castleman had his deed Washington, April I. 4 i m tion, but if he does Congress will take War situation grows more serious worth of bottles, tho largest order of to the Shaker property put to record the bit in its mouth and ignoring him here Wednesday 522,000. Col. Cut- every hour. The latest informa- tho kind ever made. e entirely, take tho inlatiativo at once. While "practicing" for the Cuban tlemnn is greatly improving tho placo tion is that president's message The members are ripe for such acWednesday or Thursday will be war at Charlotte, N. C, with a shot- in many wnys. A single Item In btmii-- 1 tion and they have the whole country vigorous and declare the Maino gun supposed to be unloaded, Win. tifying thn preml-- n is the setting oi t at their back. Tho word has gone forth OiiourcoiHpeiiiiiHt. Wodtfy them to hi a belter IIhh lor prlpiw , wo wttt It Suggs shot John Suggs and blew the of 12,000 trees. Sayings Pope and affair casus-bellthat Cuba must be free and the the hist nearly off. At. :i fmnl,lmif.lmi uhIi. it ..tiffin nf C ' InrgurlinuHf new, frtteh, oiuan norrittli an nil irMw of wear. Wb wuiu inor powers want to mediate top of his head vestige of Spanish sovereignty banishnorn, Hardin county, 188 brought $11,. before S wll eptipHHl lo olfr to oor tmde th While trying to hang up a wseh-Lii- b but opinion at Washington is that ed from tho Western Hemisphere. head of u Uight of stairs, a Mon- (1ST, which the Eliinhethtown News mu s it is too late for mediation and that at the the time is past for peace with treal woman was knocked down stairs was "i to 5 cents a pound. They were Cait. J. Si'KED Smith, of Richmond, by the tub, which slipped from the sold in car load lots and by the head honor. has been to Louisville and us Usual let ' and ranged In prices from i to $l.l ., going on with nail, und her neck was broken. War preparations his mouth go off. He says that Davison Trving to break into her home with each. energy and Congress, while noral-- j will be conceded tho republican feverish Thoeurly fruit section of California, waiting on president's mossage, is announced intentions of assault, Larkln nation for Congress and that Gov. ' Longo, drunk, white, having a wife and particularly V.icu Valley, fiom whence aching to soak it to the Spaniards will be an easy winner over the by most of the early uherrles, apricots present entries for tho democratic and can't be restrained alter Wed- six children, was shot and killed and neacnet are soi.t East in Anril ami Pearl Slaughter, 14. at Chattauooga. nesday. Spaniards are enlisting standard bearer. So far so good, but' The .pi luii'saml re an kihImihsIhm lo u nl m!m it May, has been visited by a second ill,., ,!o"" M,,fJ recommendThe prison commission by the thousands in Havana. when ho says that he considers the ' r ,VI r 'n,'v l"'1" anil child to d e wiih iHtte itlio it tut r,n (I i the sentence astrous freeze. The lv--s in Vncn Val-- ' ed to Gov. Atkinson that governor the weakest man in the race i l'"a,n pf l'xlnu "K"' nf Mm. Kliabeth Nobles, who was to ley alone will aggregate $300,000 POLITICAL POINTS. and the easiest for Davison to beat, he M. S. Baughmnn bought at Lexinghave been hanged at Macon, Ga , bo is evidently whistling to keep his par-- ! Gov. James B. MeCreary is the logicommuted to imprisonment for life and ton the splendid trotting stallion, Og. ty s courage up una to get too gray cal candidate for Congress. Mt. Verit was done. The old woman was con- densburg, record 2:2s and trial 2:L2. gelding to run his head into a hornet's non Signal. He is a beautiful chestnut sorrel, Is by victed of murdering her husband. Sue h tn exhibit as mif.s i ixn usually found hireihoiitx. It riM-- a'nvf the nrd, nest. It is an old trick of the rads to Will some brother Senator kindly Mamlirlno Patchen and isagood broed-o- n.trv AtWoleh, W. Va., O. E. Hardin, talk that way about the probable dem- wake up Senator Deboe and let us Mr. B. also lought two brood We are innrdeil with the n w st aid (loins A 2 n MmlrH-- . lei Wah Go )l ocratic candidate, but it has long since know what he has dreamed about tho who was desperately jealous of his wife mares, one of which is by tho great eale, Ginghams. Ac men, receiving attention from young ceased to attract attention. The cap- warV Cynthla'na Democrat. did not Jay Bird. While nnd Coloiee Goods I're'ty O.gauiliex, Virturii I iwns, Fine I,)iiuiHts tain ought not to fall in a furrow Senator Mason has accepted tho threatened to shoot her if she On Monday Kie Rooinsnn picked 275 .SwUses. she openud her India Liuutis, Nainsooks Ahstop it. Thereupon that way, but try to Invent something challonge of the Marquis de Alta told him to quarts of strawberries. He was offered Pretty Veiling New and xtylMi Iloierv H.ucliold Until a duel and has dress aad baring hor bosom 1(1 j la, of Spain, to light cents a quart, which ho promptly acshoot. He shot and killed her and then L'phoUtory. When ) on nre " ing up our honso don't forget our luce curtain lip e . ": chosen submarino mines as weapons. cepted, making a total of $ for the The committee to whom was delega-- . R- M Collier, of Cynthiana, is an- killed himself. ICio has three pickAs.ocia-tio- n ono day's picking. ted tho a site for the select The Confederate Veteran uudi- ,, , , . ., , vv uuu i'uuuwa ....luuwd auu urpnuns nouneed as a candidate for State which metal Lexington Saturday, ing day lu each week, and ho averagof the State es ovor 200 (piarts at each picking. Homo chose Lexington by a vote of ton subject to the action elected Gen. Johu Boyd commander Orland'), democratic convention. Democrat. Fla . Reporter. seven to four for Bowling Green otlicnr-,- . The assoB. E. Wood, of Whitley county, has and the other old &nd one for Millersburg. The capital during the been appointed assistant secretary of ciation raised and disbursed A Brsi.N'KSS Pakahlh Once a of the bluegrass give u bonus of $14, v..irS1.70.!)8. Dr. L. H. li'nnton and . r to succeed F. D. Guffy, who takes j farmer had 1,M0 bushels of wheat 000, Millersburg ollered old Wesleyan , state, stira deputyship under Surveyor Barnett the other gallant veterans made which he sold, not to a single grain College and five acres of ground and as vNeuliPiu, t'i'iiiiglioiit mr bu trc, we Out the i o u-- and ni..-- t sivl ring speeches. at Louisville. merchant, but to ,600 different deal- isli ellecls We hue, Ixy ml t doubt, lilt InriHt Imo therefore we can Bowling Gicen offered 31j"),294.o0. It an, of Union ploao tho Matthias Somrr.rr took government printing It ers, a bushel each. A few of them paid was decided to buy a farm near Lexing sffl only ItiMiHj the itititf- itt1 ikliinn IV tn rr t)tn Uu.a, . J., is the undisputed champ- him In cash, but far the greater num- mast indifft r nt or ni"s( (as idious dfccr ton, of not less than JO acres, and Judge world. In tho of congressmen tho .100 page ion boor drinker of tho ? ber said it was not convenient thon but M. J. Durham was chosen as one of the desks record time of two hours and 10 min- would pay later A few months parsed ..nmmiii,... T.,,. o,i.i t.,.,1 book, necessary to contain tho report utes Sommerman swallowed SS glasses CUIVVU Mbw J.11U VUU til" and the man's bank account ran low. lows have raised 3:53,000 so with the of the board on the Maine explosion. of half a HE PA IT.UENT. Auditor Stone has authorized the of beer, each of the capacity "How is this?" ho said. "My 1,SC0 bonus they can erect pretty nice build-- , pint, or five gallons and a half in all. bushels of grain should have kept mo Here we can sho yiiitheluuet pur 'liaso we hav- - eor aui'lii lie ur oii g ve ings. Lexington's csntral location and positive announcement that he will be Unfortunately he still lives and siiffeis In alliucnce until another crop is rais- us n call before you iiy or else, the rhann h are, you will not he mtUllsd. a candidate for the republican nominarailroad facilities made her a certain tion for governor, and Attorney Gen- no serious consequonces. ed, but I have parted with tho grain winner from the start. RatclIlT ic Wright's boiler of their and have instead only a eral Taylor is wondering what became vast number of shingle and grist mill, four miles from accounto. so small and The Whitley County Republican has of his expected boom, scatterod that I For This Week outkilling Tho Legislature removed the office Campbellsville, exploded, been launched in the cold und unfriend- cannot got around and collect it fast Our 1H Suit for o, Ratllff, RatlitT, Clarence enough to pay expenses." So ho postly world by George S. and U. C Gil-- of inspector of mines from Frankfort to right Thomas Our f Luilics' mid Men s Shots. Dock Wright and Thomas Newcomb, ed up a public notice and lis, who seem not to profit by tho ox- - Lexington. Ho should have been uskod all Ourrl.oO Ladies' Hie. Skirls, of them married, and those who owed him to pav quickly. of munv others, who have in cated in Havana harbor, us the mines all white, three Our :)jc Ginghams, et , I.. ift 1t....llft .n.v ft. Vw In .trwwl tt fatally wounded Bud Ratliff. There But few came. Tho rest said: "Mine he last few years started papers Our lino of 25c DrusH Goods. were onl these live at the mill, and no Is only a small matter, und I that politic, to find that after many inspection. Richmond Pantagraph. will go explosion Secretary of State FInley announces one is left to explain how the and pay one of these days," forgetting trials and endless woes, the thing occurred. that though each account was very wouldn't work and up she goes. Per his withdrawal from the race for Consmall, when all wero put together they haps in tho bonightedly republican gress in the 11th district, because of LAND AND STOCK. meant a large sum to tho man.- Things regions of Whitley, they may find bet- the national and other events of the T. I). KAN12Y, Mamiger on thus; tho man got to feeling so past few days. Among the latter Is ter luck, and to the extent that they A. A. Crutchlield sold to C. M. Jones went Ilranch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sleiling, B.irdHtown, Lawreiirebuig, fynlhi badly that ho fell out of bed and awoke, probably the news of the certainty that a bunch of shouts at lie. deserve it we hope them success. Georgetown, Klizabethtown, Frankfort, Maurkport, lnd. Judge Borelng will be nominated. and running to his granary found his nna.VerHiiillc", Kuiinenc, Mark Hardin sold to J. II. Baughman A Pittshuro, Pa., woman, who be1,800 bushels of wheat still safe there. a bunch of hogs at .'ijc. lieves In dreams, kept her little boy BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. TIIL- county is He had only oeen dreaming, and had The finest jack In Pulaski from school after she had dreamed tlm' not sold his wheat at all. The street cars in Cincinnati have named Mike Saulley. a dreadful accident was about to befall Moral. Tho next day tho man went reduced the fare to II cents. Fifty-si- x marcs) have already been him, hoping thereby to thwart the Imto tho publisher of his paper and said: Bowling Green bakers are selling booked to Bow Bells. pending evil. During the day the boy two loaves of bread for vo cents. Mark Hardin had three sows to bring "Hero, sir, is the pay for your paper: fell out of u third story window and and when next year's subscription is daughter of Robert him :13 pigs within a week. The broke his neck and now she thinks if Dunning was burned to deatli in ChrisGeorge T Wood took 47 steers to due, you can depend on me to pay it she had let him go to school it wouldn't, promptly. I stood In the position of an tian county. Paris to sell at court yesterday. have happened. Persons who put con- editor last night, and I know how it e Prof. Robt. Graham formally resign-e- d There is talk of building a lidence in dreams are likely to realize feels to have one's honestly earned as a member of the Kentucky Uni racing track at Juneau, Alaska. the truth of the lines beginning money scattered all over tho country versity faculty. John Baugh sold to a Boyle county In small amounts "Which way Illy is hell." Col. Robert Holloway, of Lexington, party some butcher cattle at .'He. 7,"I)0Un(1 tarpon at Naples, Tin: Middlesboro Herald's artist E. F. Karriek, of Pueblo, Colo., has ' F,u, wltn rod untl eL,, dently has the small-pobought 10,000 cattle for $1,000,000. or tho editor s Near Davisboro, Ga., Sherman would not have been forced to print C. Vanoy sold to J. C. Johnson, of HIGG-IN-S of people very unlike them, label- - S3" killed Ned Smith by striking him Boyle, nine heifers, second graders, for HuBtonville, Kentucky led Congressmen Berry und John D. ' on the noaU wllh a hoe. $100. Oflcni lilascrvicea to tlio people ol Wot Lincoln White. But everything goes in an ex-- 1 The Odd Fellows of Kentucky will An Atlanta man Is in Bowling Green ami Casuy eouiitit'ii. Kull slink of Cnlhntianil magic, small-poscourged, Yellow celebrate the 77th anniversary of tho to purchase 100 mules for the Spanish hand I) H. C.irKMiUT. Manager. 05 order In America April 2(i. Creek town. government. Thomas Ranklnson, a stock trader of B. G. Fox & Rice sold to Carithers Tho Second Stnslon of tin Collegiate Year. IMI7.D6 will open Tun Spaniards boom to have beaten Wellington, Tenn., attempted suicide & Beard, of Lexington, nine mules for McKinley in tho game of diplomacy. ' because he lost heavily on a trade. ., :M!orj.d.a,37-- , CTa.ii-u.si- i tOOOj Advocate. 37Mils will bo received to April lit, nt noon, Tho commander of all the land and Shawneetown, 111., by a great break Lyon & Allen bought of Cotton & for tho building of tho New Church nt Mt. Now pupils entering at that time will do iccelved Into the classes. QKor full Information Morluh. For fiirthtr Information, plans and naral forces of tho United States docs in the loyce, was practically wiped out, Moore, of Madl&on, .17 No. 1 call on or wrltj to Mas. SAtiri kv nt the College or write for catalogue. upecldriitlnns, address, seem equal to the oacasion. not ' which caused thu death of 230 persons. old cuttle at $12.50 J. I). BASTIN, Kwrll. Ky. WILLIAM SHELTON,.'iE8iie.vr. "IRONING MADE ffl ESY" - Aprils, "i . " -- Eu-ban- hon. jas. b. Mccreary KIPSPPIIHI mm Brann-Baylo- sr. j pro-ompte- d, e, r r rrrwtKr. ' I Wapa-honot- a, 1 Bj msm TUC.HUBINGERBR0S.C? m s' $12,-(10- ll- 1.1-- I , I wliltrn(-9BDilImrn- rln all retail wishy-wash- y ( War Declared 1 f i. J Mc-Crea- ry I fllin il. NEW DRESS GOODS.: n r. VII-no- - 11 t- -, .ii.. - i j , wLyvJ HfING w-- -- y - DEPARTMENT. 1 f , .' i...it.ir WW l.- I Carpets, Mattings, Oil CJoth 1 I OTTE. 1 FIVE SPECIALS 1 t"h ILdDiaiSVIILJClii) SIMDMJIIio - 11 ld ELDREDGE SEWING MAGH1NE. ! half-mil- l1 x I Man-cut- J. T. STTTTOMT, Undertaker, The Latest Machine out, something' new, sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. & McKINNEY. x I Stanford Female College. E-&t:h- TO CONTRACTORS. I On QQ. two-yea- r- nt 11.. . .'I-,t.nA-- , i. i,, ,.i ,i .IjtiliJfcW ,..,.,ms - mmffi , M ia 1 l- ' - i n (.k.jiru''i - iii ti tth i , m .. ..t M.,. --3Ss n i "rmrirfinrii-- rfff.lm t li ij uj... J I yi nnr iii .:7r:'"'7"WFsa? ..ljiHj -,. ,, , ii IJM it TjirTniu lil rf'i 1 ii fc. ufi.T - 41 ' ,&v 0y Jt4), ""'" ' ' "K" W '" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., PlSHlNQ tackle nt Crab? .fetlockcr'a.' attention now given to Danks tho jeweler. m -- GEN. GORDON. COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF Lfr,inJ.vi E - i.xii.i.'4.i.i.v.i.i..i.i. MY pcrsonnl - April repairs. 5, 1898 I OF ALLTHECON-EEDERATCAMPS. $ PRIC6S. .x v - -- h m Tho Tom Napier Camp of Confedpaper ami bulk. erate VeteranB met Saturday and elected George S. Carpenter, vice president, Mclloborts. BY DOWN (generally known as commander T. M. Tub beat physician can't euro you l( Wk are prepared to do all kinds of Goodknight, adjutant, and George W. ilo nut follow hit directions. Got you the boat medicines too. That is the carriage work, trimming, painting, kc. Dotlord. T. L. Shelton and J. F. Cash only kind wo furnish. Penny's Drug All work guaranteed. Henzloy Hros. executive committee. It was decided Store. . .. a a... i to entertain Gen. John H. Gordon on Gun. John Gordon occasion of his lecture at Walton's tho PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. At Walton's Opera Hoiibo, ,, Hunch Kid Curlers 3c Good Fine Comb Opera House next Thurday, 7th, and a oc Thtirxlny, April 7th. committee, consisting of Judge M. C. Mrs. J. S. IIocKBR hurt the Intarmlt-Uan- t Hunch Sttcl Curlers '2c lc Handkerchief m "" fuvor. , Payer Pins lc Pen Holder lc Sri: our line of Kaetor ICid Gloves Saulloy, J. W. Alcorn, W. G. Welch, , Mr. It. G. Hampton Ih down from W Paper Needle Goo. P. llrightund T. M. Goodknight, lc Ladies' Good Hose 4c White. Hlnek, Green, Mode, Tan, Livingston. 2 Lend Pencils Socks was appointed to meet him at the de4c lc Men's nnd Oxblood. at and $1.50. MiSS UlCRTiK Jambs spont bovurnl pot and conduct him to one of the ho Kubbcr Krnsor lc Laundered Shirt 25c Severance A: Sons. days at Crab Orchard. tels, where ho will be their guestwhtlo Pencil Shftrpoiior.s lc. lc 10 Sheen Shelf Paper... .u Mrs. J. K. HltrcR Is at Joseph I'ricu Kastbr hnt.s In endless varloty and here. Steps wore taken to provide a 1'nir Compares lc Box Good Blacking lc Intlrmary for treatment. in the handsomest and most stylish monument for C01. Whaloy, of Georgia, Dozen Collar Iiuttons 3c Ovora'ls -- ... 40c Miss lliwsu: Hiciiards, of Danville, designs. Call an k'o them. Miss who was killed here during the war lc Bottle Ink :c Ca'e Toilet Soap is with the MIshm Lackey. Llccio Honxley. and buried at Buffalo Cemetery. It was Sc Bottle Mucilcge Tape MeftMirej 4c Clarmnck K. TathuihI TlldonCook, John '2c Good Pocket Book Fine Thimble 6c Next SmiHiy will be Kaster and the also decided to confer with Gen. of Danville, spoilt Sunday here. Lloyd, provident of the Kentucky 1 'J Inch Utile lc Good Gingham Apron loc CkORCK IJL'NN has buuurod a position girl who goes to church without a new as to the best method to raise I'eady-mndYd. Lnce I'uppurcL Sheets 00c lc Pr hat will do so because she has got roll with the McCwmnck lUudur Co. funds for marking tho graves of the Yd. IJnby Hibbon 10c lc Ladies' IIoe Supporters '1'! J. Paixirtt, of Wiiynosburg, Uat gion In her breast and not for display. Confederates at Mill Springs and to !lc liov Hair Pins lc Thtead (good as O. N. T.) Dr. V. H. O'Hnnnou's for troiitmunt. Yd. Crash.. lc Pocket Act. Book lc TUB Lincoln Co., Untitling and Sav- - sUDolemeut the $.'00 impropriated b I'D C. GAlNRS, of Lancaster, passed mark '2c Doz Pearl Buttons Yd. Hamburg oc ........ in.. i.ii.i iu 1. ...1, "" Association which is winding up the Legislature toBright, those at Sauf-loAlcorn, Messrs. uiruug.no iu.sxuu ..... Good Comb 5c '"""Its business, has paid to it, stockhol lor a ouimuuii. and Goodknight wore appointed to SO per cent; a payment Saturday dors W. K. WarNBR has moved his (ami riming It up to confer with the Grigsby Camp, ol that notch. ly over from Garrard to a dwelling on IJovlo with reference u tho mutter. Whitley Avunuu. Pattik Shanks, tho 17 year old An Invitation win, extended to this Mrs. J. S. Kdmiston, of Crab Oroh-ar- daughter of Abe Shanks, colored, died camp to come over to hoar the Gordon wis down Saturday to sue hor hiib- - Friday night of a complication of troub. lecture. A committee was appointed to les, and was burled Sunday under the an mitre with asimllar committee of tho band, tho candy maker. MRS. L. II IlL'SSUNO, of Somerset, ' auspices of the U. It. P., of which Or- - G. A it. for joint decoration day, May came up Saturday to see Mrs. J. II. iter she was a member. :H). During the year S'Jli was paid to Itoul, who has been qultu sick. county. A Danvillb mun brought suit to tin- newly Confederates of the It. G. HAIL came up from Somar-o- t test the validity of thu ordlnnuce Shui relay to see his mother, Mr. Me- Tint tulenliono connection to Crab' dogs there nnd .ItidgoMcDowoll do- Mmii Hnll. who continues quite slok. Orchard will bo made with the ex city hud the right Tho change MIW Mary Marks ami brother, elM H"" ;"'o bore K)K I1 1111 HOI MIMMIHHI UIH! ' James, of (.HinpbelIvllIo, ...... vieittng IIMin IS St'NDAY was the 37th anniversary of , ..... . For Sift you cun buy a live drawer iro inn oi uienmono, wuicn pruceeueu., Ute iiimii tu nm viriuii. iifmi i. m tftelriUter, Mm. L. M. Weterfleld. Cifl sewing machine. Five years guaran- &-MRS. A. M. GIUDLKR was milled to St" the surrender of Leo only six days. Death. iter. J. II. Faffaloy's meet teo. A. B. Floruuce. the bedetde of her siek wUivr, Mrs. J. lug at the was brought to a OCR Lancaster letter is missing for U YunlU, of Lincoln Somerset Ito- - sudden ending by the denth of his litJ. C. ItOHKRTB nnd Anderson Carr th Ilrst time In years, but we will wa & g MRS. Lccv Kay, who has been Th.lt-lu- tle son, Raymond. It win a bright lit- have iqiened a BAUwn in the hitter's her slater, Mr. Alexander- awl tle fellow and the jxi rents are almost esUtblishment, mnkiug six Miloous, ger It is not Prof. M. D. Hughes' fault m Mice Sue Wooer, returned to Muiflu henrt-brttkover their lose. prHclivnlly, in iohu. FLOWBRS for sale, just arrived, We believe you will agree with us wlion ou see our goods that it is yejpterrtey. ... II.... ... Mum !.".. I, ..If .1... splendid assortment, roses for bedding. n useless to look olsewhere for a Spring Pros. if Mylu and pricos are what Thk Ktsdeml veterans aro unuetfUlly Miee SALtae Kllu nod George Rills .. Carnations and chrysanthemums a spe IS you want vialling friends In Howling Cirueu inrltd to henr the lecture of On. regu r priee you can buy the fbt,om,lv A,Mt w. H. o'Hannon. are WRltonViiperH hoitte. Ajtrf running New Home feewlng Waehine. ' ' Beautiful all wool cheviot Miitings at2oc pur yntd. ami Franklin. Tin former will lie gone Gordon hi 7th. HU lecture is brn4l nnd pntriot- - A. B. Ilorenee. I WILL open Monday, 1th, a full line " All wool Serge, IdRuk nnd colors, - 'Joe ' some time. ?! Fine 40 inch, all wool French Serge, Mc " " TllK Bowllnir Green Courier ejs ie ud xn oloqueat appeal throughout "' l"''nf wllHnepy uml during the en- - m FLOWKKS. Alter Aurll 6th, I will ' 40 in Novelties and Cheviot Filed., oOc ' win maKO a specially oi tnnt ludge ThnrntM Miller Oneley ie for a oloeer cenrenttiiir of nil the have a full stock of flowers for snle at D. tiro seiou goods. Mr. A. A. McKin- - m for Coupreee In the 40 inch Covert Mixtures, - - - 7c " trimmed being mentioned I now Imve W. Vaudeveer' store. ney. 40 inch Two Tone Coverts, - - - 05c " " .hd d isU'hH. Tub roof of Mr. S. J. ISmbry's houte Black Minorca eggs, purest etruin, 16 mall-poALLttN CorKKY i doInK a both at Blchmond Tub eMiyhtflre Friday from a smrk nnd for $1. Mrs. Walhice Varnon. Wo arc showing a Fine Line of buslncMt with The Life of 0h. P.. K. wns getting under good Itendway, when seems to be fully un- and Middle-iboro- . JCDUK CARSON yoeterday lined Per-- 1 ,er ,.0ntrol. There tiro no new ctwes Lei. He sold S) iwoks the ttrel three a imseer by miw It nnd asefoted tho fam'dj ho worked. ily In inititug It ouu The burning of a cy Stewart, George Simpson and Chai at either place and the prospect is lint- MR. ( H. COOt'KR went to Frank- few nhingleo Is the extent of the dam- He Hunter, little Negroes, $5 each for terlng. Including Handsome Pattern Goods at "1 o 1 75. Black Figured ' beintr drunk and disorderly and John fort buncluy t lertlfy In behaW ol the ages. Silks for Capes at 7oc, ?1 and i 2". Sil Linings at 30o, 30c and 7oc F. COOIC tells us that tho Lex- ij Wnter, Jrssb StHt aulusi the 'Siniifoiil Adams $60 forbHVing the whisky and for capes and coat3. Plain. Changeable and Figured THK Ml. Vernon Signal tys that giving It to them. All will work tho ington Stock Yards Co. will meet at we Llv'lit and Ice Co. the Plmmix Hotel. Lexington, 10a. M . . MiKRh. M C. Walton and J. II. 'every hog the editor owned was killed linen out on the streets. April 0th, to organize. All interested Yfttgt-- wnt to Liberty Sunday In iw by a train last week." It wasn't buj cf will plenso bo on hand Mr. Cook says TUB Young Puople's Society yoslordny at tne on, but the editor's only show for meat dcr to be on hutid . .... ,...! , t '!'..... ...... .111., , the enterprise is now a certainty. A I kinds of Plain and Pattern Braid for Dimming. Come let us a iti III iiimiii lay in him, and for this reason he Is en- WnriSMIIII IMIUUUVllI-oKning of big court. siiow von Beu Social on SatMjhs Llxilk MBNKI'KR eiiiiMJ home titled to tho sincere condolence of liis will give a Clipping MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. urday evening, April Oth. HouTs . to from Georgetown Collogu Satunlay. friend- -. 11 p. M. Refreshment will be served. John S. Haughnwo, who hIhi attend James Brock, aged 10. and Miro SalFontthlrd of the people build who All are cordially Invited. Free admitschool there, came with hor. 17, wore married in Lauare talking about it this spring will bo by rah Hubbard, Mr. Jambs Lkk, who recently re- the bnuner year for improvement in tance to Gramophone ontortalnmont rel. turned from Hot Sprinir-- , was not Stanford's history." remarked Contrac- George Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. J L Long, of Shelby-viliimproved by tho treatment, and now tor A. C. Sine. There Is some little will colebr.ue their OOtli wedding telephone message LlllBRTY. Hep at his home here very ill. room for Improvement her. and wo from K C. Walton at Liberty yester- anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. Walton hnve very much hope it will be made this day said that tho rain kept the usually Signs point to a wedding in a boy at their home. I Ie arrived your. anotlu-Judge when a prewy country belle and largo crowd from uircuit court. .Sunday and has been named Miller grand jury and laid a jMipulur town boy will become one. Jonui charged the Your House With The LYTLIC Tho flrst mall was distribu- onpoolal stress on the liquor violations. Ml- -. Be&sle Bornard, of Louisville, Oh nicy, for bin maternal Bland and great-granted at Lytle, tho new postolllce at W. It was reported there yostordny that who ummI to visit here, will bo married fathors. WKLLSluft yesterday W. White's store near Dawson's Mill, war had actually commenced and that tomorrow to Mr. L. II. Peter, of PittsMrh.JoHNS. to join her husband at Danville, whore 1' rlduy. No star route has yet boon es- Spain had won the llr.it battle, all of burg. . A Complete Line Of thev have secured excellent boarding tablished and tho olllco at present is which this olllco took pleasure In An Indiunu)olie man has just endecide only an experiment. Little Sadiu Stagg accomodations, until they shall tered bis Cith matrimonial alliance at logo to housekeeping. Misses Linda oarrlos the mail as she goes home fiom tho age of 07. It is Mifo to bet lie will Want a Chanob. Dr. J. B. Kin not outer a 7th. school. and Kmma Owsley accompanied her, hilrd, of Lancaster, telephoned us Mi ssrs. II. C. Farris, J. N. Mono-feBecause Bertha Splogle would not Fih carrying concealed weapons ai d to go with a committee compos marry nun, win. minium, near ruts-burGreonberry Bright, A. G. on Mrs. Cam Duncan, ed of J. Stone Walker, Richmond, and J. II. Kout and porhap-- . others drawing thorn At shot and killed lior and then cut to Tom Gooch and others, Squire W. A Messrs. W. II. Klnnaird, Robert Kin- - his throat with a ra.or. hae been summoned to Soinorrot Colley hold David Peyton and F. Hot o mild, John W. Miller, Louis Landram, testily as to tho character or Jim Tho marriage of Mr. George II. $100 each for trial tnxt Thursday J. F. Stotinesand John M. Farra o in Colyer's trial for tilling In Alexander, a State Senator from Lou Peyton gave bond, but Iloge couldn't a so tho management of the L - N. an him. isville, and Miss Caroline Ventres and Constable Tom Nun no! ley lodged Xry to Induce It to run tho trains on Mk. John W Ukid, formerly of Holt, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Wiltho K. C. so that they will leave Rich- liam II. Holt, of Frankfort, will take but now a Garrard county him in juil yesterday. morning and return in the place April 12. through Saturday to farmer, pus-o- d MR. A. C. SlNB Is building a boat for mond in the Ho told us of the Mr. A. T. Traylor, which, whllo noth- afternoon, instead of as now, which visit bin old home. Not many people select a coal olllco flOHEO death of John Galloway, a prominent ing to bo compared with tho "Ken- practically cuts Lancaster out of rail- 10x10 for a bridal hall, but It. A. We will go block trader of tho Paint Lick section, tucky," Is a little beauty and much bet- road communication. Woods, of Richmond, and Miss Katie which occurred the day before, from ter adapted to Dix ltlver than one like tomorrow. Bell Lucas, of this county, found that Our p.'iltit will be cheaper for ou now than It will be uet eur. Not because the price the effects of a severe operation, the famous battleship would be. The WllBN Wood Little left bore for Tox as good a place as a palace in which to Is going to ad vauce. but because It will take more paint. Tim wool will become mor conduc namu nor tho name of the christouer it. 1). Thompson, a brother as 1 years ago, there was hardly a man take upon themselves tho vows until absorbent and It will require more oil to tbe poies. tor, was off yesterday to soo ("apt. H. has vet been decided on. who did not say ho was leaving his dentil do part. They wore not superC. Faton, who grows steadily worse. country for his country's good. A few stitious either for they selected Friday Ho has now been hiccoughing two Tub Signal Service sent out a frost days since ho returned with an en for their wedding day. Rev- - It. It. weeks or more. Tho family Is now warnlnc Saturday, after there had been tiro change come over the spirit of his Noel tied the knot in his office, between doubly allltctcd. Capt. Futon was taken several, and for a wonder it came. If dreams. Ilo hud sought and obtained loads of coal, nnd the happy pair went It lo the greater vtocom If ,ou buy the paint of us. too 111 when he came here to see tho tho fruit is not all killed it is strange. pardon for his sins since his departure their way rejoicing. doctors to leave and his little son is It rained all day yesterday, as it usual- and tho fact that he was here batuniay down with tho pneumonia at Lebanon ly does the first day of Casey Circuit seeking those he was formerly at war Junction, so his wife, who had been Court, and tho prediction was for rain with for reconciliation, shows that he up to attend him, had to go to the boy last night and Tuesday warmer. lias really gotten religion. Among yesterday. on was the writer, who complete hao received ut in v home a Invite all rv A LADY who publishes a paper up those ho called one time, was atdagger's points with lino of styll-- h goods. I cordially come anil & SllPpNGST" tho L. & N. apiece prints tiiis after at Lord had my frleuus anil acquaintances to Inspect mvgooiK Respect fully. reading that a New York woman him. Ilo told us what tho RETTIBP. LEWIS. long His grace LBT Dunks repair that watch. kneads bread witli her gloves on: "Wo done for him and how u Tuinersvllle, Ky. tho beggarly elefrom Candy made daily. Kandy Kitchen. need bread with our pants on; wo need had kept him world. From being an all bread with our boots on, and if our sub- ments of tho doing my own repairing. scribers in arrears don't pay up soon around dovil of a fellow, ho has gotten AM now FARM FOR SALE ! to be a preacher and those who have tho jeweler. Lying t miles from Diuivllli' and containHamilton, wo will need bread without anything good Improvements, heard him say ho does well in tho pul- ing 50 or HO acres; lurgo young orchard of apspring millin- on." wutiT. COMB and see tho new pit. Ilo preached at Preachersvlllo ples, peaches, &c. Mils. L1.11: Ykaokii, ery at Mrs. A. A. McKinnoy's. IJBN1BD.- - A dispatch from Frankfort Sunday night ugaln and tolls us that ho Danville. Ky. purddu was refused expects to hold forth in many places In OCR parasols and umbrellas are tho says a petition for Sons. the Stanford Water, Light it Ice Com- tho mountains before ho returns to Okvery nowestdesignd. -Severance it I r pany by Gov. Bradley. Tho company lahoma, where ho now lives. Religion -LlNlNOH for all kinds of Cooking failed to make statement to auditor at seems to have helped his physical as Vu between piano dealers lias forced mo Stoves can bo found at Warren & proper time and was accordingly pun- well as his spiritual man for ho has to Uuv inv uooiN direct from the factories The Cherokee is a perfect Cluck Rower; a rerfect Hand Drop Planter and a Shanks'. ished. The governor has no sympathy gained 101 pounds and now weighs and pay spot cash, and that is why J sell for less money than It can lo had Try one. nliino Self Prill Planter well in his cood .vl.i.v.i nn ..tirtli. IMitntw friim .10 In ...... ......... ....... v ... Nbw Wall Paper of tho latcstsprtng with corporations who, through negli- jo rtvnrvbodv wishes him (.11. .1 cS()u ..I....U U. .... .... up. Call ou or ad- no is OrcansS25 and styles. Prices mado to suit the pur- gence, fail to tnako report at the proper hlw denarturo und hopes that ifi) dresn, .I.S. REED, Stanford, Ky. . niiv .ml tnilv n Anvml man. .. v. ... time. I i:uw J " chaser. W. U. MoRobcrts. E. C. Walton, Uustsiaa Manager. LANDRETH'S weeds in New and fresh. W. H. WILL pay cash for sound logs, 18 inches up. A. C. Sine. walnut TUB CONFEDERATE BNTBRTAIN CAMP HBRB WILL HIM THURSDAY. BEATING up TRADE BEKTING n a atttvtm iiiMi-M 12 1 10-- 4 c Pel-ryvill- u. y i r d, W. H. SHANKS. -- - U-l- ' gyTOssagigwg to-da- y. ii .SS&&S&SS&Sm DRESS GOOD S mr.mmimmFz$Fmfrmim$ onurt-uour- o . - n I i see-Ua- n. ! lftml-ollk- u k ... BLAOK DRESS GOODS. 1 r Taffeta Silks at 75c per Yd. .. i SEVERARIOE & SOV3. ;' mi3Kmmwsmim!m$&i&M&m i c, to-da- y. few-day- r d :e 9l x i?r BEST MATERIAL Suppliss. "ii do-nyl- Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painters e, yos-tord- I5a6t-'.an- d, g, Wick-ersliu- CRAIG & HOOKER'S. u Hits-tinvlll- e, im Needs Fainting 1 1111 PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 4 -- r. MILLINERY. 1 Cherokee Corn Planter Tornado Harrow never-fu- lling -'t 1 W" A. IR- Eiiu.cnxi.i-- mm v 4. L'cr-fe- ... 11 ct -- I FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. J! "g7 WALTER FORRESTER, THEINTERIORJOURNAL 3."blisli.e;lTa,aDAa.3ro A UED HOT HOAST FOR M'lCINLEY AND and '"rldoL-v- S'5 P 1C14 YJVK IX AUVANCK W When not opaldsB2.GO will c charged. If? I 1, i Bradley and other leading republicans, Pure stock. full time and dlsx)slug of entire out put at Mitinh'(if 13 will go'homu with burning ears. satisfactory prices. The plant should bo Shelliv City. Ky. Ik sold at h see n to bo appreciated. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. MeKinlcy is merely the agent of a bargain. Ill health forces me to ipill the headed by UOBEKT FISH, milling business. Terms easy. Call on or Trains leave Stanford at 7;10 a. tu., returning gang of speculators, O, C. VANAKSDALK. address, at t: 25 p. m. Ilanna, and here is their game as I Sired bv King Chester, he by Chester Dare, Hustoiivllle, Ky. The crack barlier, Is now tmck at his old Chester's tlain heard it in New York last buntiay. ho bv illack Squirrel. King Mine. Lincoln knoxviludTvision. stand In Mrs. Kgbort'n ready to lllacic Hess, by Itourlxiu give you a have and haircut. All Some of the Kentuckians who attended King's dam by Silver King, 2nd dam tiv 12 37 p m No. 21 Train going North ..!... needing work should call on Mm. Ho ta 3 13am the launching of the Kentucky and the Gray Eagle, Jlid dam bv Copperlmttoin. 4tli " " No. 26 " sure to please you. Crab Orchard, Ky. 05 1210 am " South No. 25 " they were going to dani u thoroughbred. Lincoln King Is n rich Dealers In " " 127pm Kcarsarge said bay, lull US hands and has heavy mane and No. 23 " Washington to learn the war news. I tail. He Is four years old and a No. sadFor alllPoiuts. BOUND TO SELL went to New York to learn the war dle hore. Wlll'stand at the low price of TICKKTS SOLD. ItO'IOH All those Malta Cultivators, ItAGUAOE CHECKED THROUGH. news. New orK is wnere uus cuumrj $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. d Order Olllco and Peed Ichange near All those D.ill hearing Deoring mowers, For any Information emiulro of Crossing, Depot M., Mnnford. Kv. is governed from at present. All those Hall bearing Dcuring binders, 1TADIS0N SAND1DQE k SON, Coal Yard. Mill St.. Intel) J. II. Hlggln' Jack, syndicate I will aNo stand my line, JOE KICE, Agent, All thoso nice working Dccrit'g hay Well the Mark Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. Mllledgevlllc. Ky. Stanford, Ky. wants no war with Spain, but they want rakes, All those neat looking buggies, Cuba to be free. They also want Cuba FRANKFORT AD CINCINNATI. All those, solid Oak Miits Furniture, . On same terms as Lincoln King. He to buy her freedom with 3200.000,0u0. will the serve a limited number of mares. He All those croM rowing corn planters. VIA OEOHOhTOWN. MIIS U. 1 SIMPSON, rror. All of those nt D. L. CAIU'KNTKK'S. P. M A. M They are also willing to advance the Is black, with tuealv ixjlnts and has tine . M. A.M. action. Ar 12 55 200 Ltp. Somerset, 85 Ihisionville, Ky. accepting therefor Cuban bono and Lincoln King's dam was the dam LancaHtcr, : Kentucky. " list 820 $200000,000 " Jet. City, Notk. 3 15 9 35 630 bonds very simple! They will of V. L. Evans' great show mare. Hutiia, 4 50 Arrt.eotvetown, hr All 05 300 " Frankfort, " 6 30 11 5J 20 grauddam produced as Newly furnished; clean hedo; splcndsd get the bonds at a low price because and his any mare In the country. many wino Portcre ners as tnblo. Everything 5 30 8 40 5 10 Arr Paris Cuba's credit is not good. Si) Mares grazed at S2 per inontli. Care taktraiiiH. meot Dally except Sunday en to C. D.HEUCAW.G.P.A. "Syr Now! When Cuba gets free from shouldiirovotit accident but not responsible 1 ,rk any occur. Spain she 6an never pay that debt and SPUING, 1898. QUEEN & CRESCENT. and anarchy, W. H. ftlURPHY, Stanford. Ky. she will fall into disorder Trains pass Junction City as followsand by that time there will be millions I will stand In Crab Orchard the season of 3 51 p m 12 OJ p to No. 2 North No. 1 South of American capital invested in sugar lS'Js, 3 24am " 4 " No. 3 " ..... 12 Warn . Tt"sQsfrn (l'"irlUr,5r w " 6 132pm plantations and iron ore beds in Cuba. No. 5 1131am 8 20pra No. 9 " 600am "10 " The Hlue Orass Nurerle otter every thing No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further Then the United States will have to for Orolinrd. tiardeii. Lawn No Agents. than Junction City. ttralMrrv and genenil nursery Catalogues annex the island and pay its debt, and OF HKOOKLVN. oil ajipllcatlou to prem the Cuban bonds will go to a big II. P. HILI.F.NMCYF.H. Hay. 16 hands, by Ten Hroeck. Klrst dam lA'Xlugtou, Ky. (lSi Telephone SOT ium like other United States bonds. bv Fellow l'lav. Ho combines the blood of Royal makes the food pure, AN ARTISTIC HALLWAY the Maine and her mur- Glencoe. Lexington and Phaeton. He Is What about Caledonian : wholesome and delicious. Hnnnu is greatly In make like his famous sire, whose should linvothe tloors covered with bund dered sailors? Well A three mile record has only been beaten by Co., Scotland. perfectly willing to throw in a few hun by his son, Drake Carter, a full brother of some Oriental rugs, our Lcnolimu hall Concregan. He well the musdred dead sailors to close a bargain that cles and quartersIs of all put up. has descend- strips or Tapostrv. We have nn ctijuis-it- c A few energetic ladles and gentlemen KOUNDIID 1HOO. the best a.s.sortuient of rugs in all sizes, in both wanted to canvass. AIhivc salary guaranwill put more dirty dollars Into his ants of Lexington and formerly made the Oriental and domestic, heslile nn tintisu teed. Call 011 or address. gaeasy list. You will hear no more season nt $20. Owing to the times I will ally Hiiperb stock of carpets for hedrooins', U. M. ttOOCII. Somerset. Ky. Us stand hhn at B. about the Maine Incident if Hanna's pnrlors, library, dining room or kitchen. man can keep the subject in the back 6 to STANlOltl), KV. LivingColt. ground. Peace at any price ! Millions LOUISXZILLEVHOTEL W. W. WITHERS, for tribute to Spain for Cuba's freeI will also stand the line, young Jack, Louisville, Ky., dom Millions to spend for boats built C. Kentucky. Stanford. Clevein Hanna's ship yard at AMERICANS EUROPEAN land, boats too long by 10 feet to go Hy Clinton, he by Heecher, lie by Prince. Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at I i,ANl?. through the Canal ! Millions to feed 2nd. ho by Prince, 1st, an Imported Jack, The by" Adams .V Alfonl Dam a tine JenHustnuville. Kv. the starving Cuban's when the Ameri owned The Ladies Hestanninl is the finest in net owned by Allen A-- Realty, of Clinton Co. POWDER for ladies the city. Every convenience can people will stand he horror no Ho will make the season at Absolutely Pure spending the day in the city. unrnp ,) longer But not a single blow to make , tr Stanfokd, Ky., ii r Ucntlcmn's Cafe on olllce.lloor. Living Colt ii good the pledge of the last republican $7 III It 1111 THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Ih Kcccivinjj ItiN National platform ! Not a single shell Care taken to prevent accidents but not And Manager. FOoDCR CO., NEW YORK. ROYAl SAW off the earth responsible .should any occur. to blow Havana's assassins 0. It. SINGLETON. GoocIh. Music Tuesday, Thursday nndJSundaT for their cowardly murder of our- sai0 CllAU OtlCIIAlU), IvY. Kvuning. lors ! A. S. PRICE, GUAIIAN'TKFI). Goods Warranted. No, it might interfere with someSurgeon Fit Guaranteed. body's business ! It might spoil that Dentist, speculation in Cuban bonds that the Give Him a Call. 4TTTTHE TINNING & PLUMBING, United States will some day have to Ileautlful Chestnut Sorrel; no white. Sired Stanford, Ky. renowned Illack by pay. It Is possible that William Jen- est the of fancy priced Squirrel itho great. O. Iunium. John II. Casilivax. sire saddlers living ) STA N FO R D, Iv Y. , Offlce over McRoberts' Drug Store In theKOwsley nings Bryan spoke prophetically of the t First dam Joslo Umber No. I4:i, by On fg nil kinds of Plumbing Is now prepared to do Uullding. 745. "cross of gold" and the "crown of Time, No. dam bv Stonewall Jackson 72 and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean'ii Second Illack Diamond Koof l'uiut . Telephone. No. thorns." Is the olopd of our sailors Third dam bv'KIng William 07. SIlOO Oil Mill St . OPpsllO J, nil. riMlilotlOil. . . .. - Mill Fourth dam by Cythlan, thoroughbred. .. a. , a. and the honor of our country to be B. ti. 11augum1.il .v vu Fifth dam bv Oliver, thoroughbred. thrown for "boot" with $200,000,000 of Ground Squirrel Is a very tine chestnut INSURANCE COMPANY American money to buy dishonorable sorrel colt with with tlno mane and tall, which he carries as near perfection as a ilanpeace with Spain because horse can. Ho has been very successful In OF LIVERPOOL. na wants to speculate on the bankrupt show rings, having been shown IB times In lsUfl and lsi7 and won 15 blues and one red, estate of the moribund power? What and the only time he was defeated was by an outcome after all the talk about de- Thornton Star. He has Hue, high action In .l)e.luk In BEBBEE CBSTLEHM. all hU gaits rack, trot, walk and canter. Stanford, : Ky. manding satisfaction of Spain. This colt Is no stand-stilHow can it he done? Simplicity in Office on Lancaster street at Residence will bo horse, but when you put a saddle on him he construction and not belonging to the MANAHKltS, If McKinley ever lights it Is as good as they grow. You can seo by his Typewutcr I riM result In an honest proHU because Congress kicks him into it. very pedlgreo he and Oomruerco Building, Louisville price The Hlickensduct Walter Fokkester. colt und one Is a will fancy fancy,highly bred derferatisnn honest high grade machine atslro" that the saddlers, thu kind that sell. rensonalilc only Agent Throughout the outh. cost It is built on strictly fn remitting for hU pa per another Ho will serve a few mares ut my farm four miles from Danville on Danville & Stanford scientific principles;, and of only the hest VT. JL. year Mr. M. G. Cash writes from Sny- pike nt and 1110M durable inaU'rinl. der, Seurry county, Texas: Will you Some distinctive fen tu res, visible woric, txxl Aicrnt, Living Colt interchangeable type, portability, durabilkindly permit me to say through your Kkntucky. Stanford, paper to my friends and relatives in Note. A Hen retained on all colts until ity, doing hwh) with ribbon iiiil's.ince tin STANFORD, KY. season Is paid, and when a man sells, gives varying alignment, unexcelled manifold who by the way, I nev or Lincoln county, disposes of his mare In an way. the sea- ing. $4 separate eh racierc. etc., etc er hear from except through the INTE- - son falls due. See this colt before'you breed The II iekciwlcrfer is the only typeCo writer receiving highest award at World' Farmers A. E. HfNDLKV. Da.nvii.i.k, Ky. Hioit JOUHNAL, that we have lately re Fair. Improved since moved from Bosquo county, Texas, Send for catalogue and testimonials. -i OF STANFOltH, KY. "T-OOIwhere we lived for '21 years to Scurry I MOO KG HHOS. GEN'L AOTj-'- , $200,000 OC county, Texas, oome 00 miles West of ftu.OOO pounds of Wool wanted. Highest Pali up Capital, Tin: X. W. Surplus, years this market price. Seo me beforo you sell. J. 125 K Fayette ht. UlSFst 17,603 80 Bosque. Until very recent I). C S Ini ' H" "tiniore Md. Washington, innr part of the State has been u&ed exclu II. IIoonk, Stanford, Ky. ' I'll Hr roTlilun of Its charlrr, lvltonIljnWt, sively for stock raising; but considera tloul fullr )riitiH.tcl a aredfsltir In ble farming is being done here now. hanhM(r brln held Indlriaualljr llabls to Iti And Dealer in theoxtcat of tho miiouiitol Ihrlr stuck therein al I'KNBTUATBS with very satisfactory results, last the par value llivrtsif, In addition to tlieamouat We In siitli share. It may net as HABNZS3, S4DDL3BY, &C. year's crops being especially line. Ac , a fully as an Indlrldiial EIGHT GREAT STATES have had pood rains this winter and TendcriiiKotir thanks to Hume who have entrust-e.Standard Itule 0. Keeord 2:11)). Sired by Walslngham 2.PW. slro of Latltudu JilT'i, STANFORD. KV Ihey will continue Kentucky, TiiiiusKi( trust Uuirbuiliirsstoiia, Virginia, Georgia, spring and our prospects are very en- and many others In tho list. WaNlngham. Naboth's sire, Is a son of Oeorgn Wilkes 510. to do so, and we oiler as aeguarantee for prompt at. North and tMitith Carolina, in couraging. With kindest regards to Klrst dam Tinsel, by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Hambletonlaii and sire of Klulno 2:.'0. lentloii to .mie our 0 years' experience consistent Alabama, Mlsslsnlppl, asllls.'ralaccoinmoIatloiis as are you and all our old time friends, i urn tho dam of Norlalne. yearling record 2:.'ll. with sound baiiMliKSecond dam Hess, sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamhletonlnu 10, sire of I)oxtur2:17)4' timacTOKS. yours truly, M. O. Cash. i 5)l HwKl OCII, PIP, Ml middle horse and Sows huppy. 4 The miserable Sows'haveI hi roe two totuul Registered Hour. chair another term. four weeks old: gt At same time will 1e sold all tlio farce of the past two weeks has settled household tuul property of that, and the brother of MelClnley's .1. II. Dickinson kitchen furnitureHughe conand Miss I'ollv law partner, who spent several days in sisting of good furniture, bedding, cook to commence at 10 a. m. Kentucky this week sounding Gov. Move, o. Imnic.-s- , 1 IIAXKA. FKANKTOKT, IvV., April 1. At least . II ,.,!. one tinnir is nu amu ruui o jur.i.--, and putty-fuco- d Hantm's that Is that nunnot will rrnt occupy the presldentlul ... r.l.. drill, plows. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & . uUti..4.wl w Tins. ..HI... I. Ctrti.fil K IIKOISTKUEII, (Joo,j IOMie i,arll lllHj nfl necessary out- SURGEON, houses, flno fruit, cihhI pardon. If not sold Ily Srcoxo.Ir.wKt.. This fancv saddlontnl- will bo runted. ANo it lot house nirnlturc, llon will make season of tMH at our stable Stanford, - - Kentucky. prill" i A On Fill DAY, APR. S. 'OS. I will offer for wile my It os I donee with Seven Acres of land PUBLIC SALE! Qilt Edge 261. 1 j DR. R. m. PH6LPS. TORS. KITTY KING, CH.VH OKCIIAItD. KY. IIhs just returned from tlio fiirmlne Implements, hinder, one .V thor-ouphli- ied ' mile from Mllledgevlllc. on the Stanford Mllledgovllle plko. Owing to the scarcity of monev we will tand him Oillce over lllgglns A McKlriuey'n Store. At $10 to insure a Living ooit. opportunity OfYourLife Mill "Ith Klovator, lino ltestdeuco and stiK'k of wheat and corn for sale. Mill running 111 Markets, tiuil linn brought with hrr n choice selection of nil the novelties of tht) season. An inspection of her ock is solicited. For hatching. EGGS. I.nngshiui, Jl and llronze Turkeys, UrnlimiiH h .1. M. McROllP.RTrf. LINCOLN KING, 1 Money due when colt comes or mart' parted with. Mares grtucd or fed at reasonable rates. Not rinponsible for accidents should anv occur. Gilt Edge is a liiutlful red sorrel. Haw mane anil tall, l.l hands high, was foaled Sept. 0, Issf,, niid Is a perfect saddle horse. He was shown us a -, car-ol- d and took the sweepstake tiremlumat Klrksvlllerud Danville and In his own rlncr at Hnrrodsburg. Those wanting to breed to a good nd"lo stallion are cordially Invited to look at our horse and see him move. He was sired by Second Jewel, ho b.i Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. Gilt Edge's ll'rst dam Minnie, by McDonald's lliuurn, dam by Wells' Crusader, his tlrst dam h Stoncunll Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, he by Illack Denmark, his ilrst dam by Crusader, ho by Old Whip. 2nd dam a Kooky Mountain mare. .'ltn A flrst-clas- s, .V) barrel (louring Hlnck fiO I.ivht por I. S. Tkvic, 60c. store-roo- m NOEL&.SON, Hall-roa1 llrst-cln- ss Coal, Corn And Hay, RICHARD BIBB, Mason Hotel tirnt-clnsa. Vr.Fti4 FIRE INSURANCE Trees, Plants. Vines. PJBGH3NIX 1 '?xiJss1:5v Insurance Company Insurance $40 Month Salary. of mi NO $5 Insure a R. MAHONY, Agt., ! mtf CLVTOV, JR., to Insure a H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall ! v - mkiu mm& MviB -- Vintcr Ground Squirrel, PRICE, S35. J. T. . Jones, -- t DH, W. FSirarsr, ..-.-- 3I-- tf AC.SNE. eutis: 5 l, halter-show- n JX.JWcCjjAY high-actin- g, IL U M B H9 high-tail- ed $ioto Insure a SASH AND DOORS, BanMTrnst TMBBLX, SDUttiBin Railway ffNDSRTAKBRI IMABOTH 10,016. pxvciilor.Bil-uilulitiator.trusti- atu i .. ) 44-44k 1 bank-liih'au- d - S W: L,,a .. B ,T7. - . m lXjjiV risf. m V fts omvifT 'ii--vm a SniTlH!iaW 'xoavn "a r 7 7 7 7 'ii'i'jiriAumfnr utjtsci. j.xi1. ,f.4fi .". . N 41 4I 41 :4if 41 iCv JA itX' fvvv W. II. Cuinmliis, PreaehersTllle; The rain establlbhed a new record 2: 11) J,' and 15 others that have produced 2:.'I0 trotters; also sire of the dam of Rlttetlouoor. J. II. nwslcy, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. H.Shauks, William Hooch, Fourth dam by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Kcllpo. 9.01 inches, for March, the fall being J. I". Cul , 8 J. Kiiibry, Notk. Nuhotli Is a bay, ltl hands high, foaled June ii, Isi.s. m, KMllrrf conuilns blood A. W . Canenter; rainfall at Lou The nverauc annual J. K. I.yiiii, J. N. Menefee. isville for the past 27 years, is i'l.TH of Hambletonlaii, Oeorge Wilkes, Mambrluo Wilkes, Pilot Jr . and Harry Clay. orriciKs. DuritiL' tho Ural three months of the S. H. Shanks. President; Will $15 To a Living! Colt. J. U. Owsley Cashier; present year the fall is 20.71 inches. W. .M. HrlKhl Teller . I will also stand the average for 12 nearly months. The greatest rainfall record inch-i- rt FIRST NATIONAL BANK ed for any single month was Will make no clurgo for season If tho colt proves not to be salable at selling time. 1!7.". In July OK STANI'OItD, KY. Mares grazed at 52 per month, which In all cases must bo paid before. Ihey ara taken Southern Baptist Convention, Nor- away. Care taken to prevent accidents but not r 'sponsible should any occur. Surplus, $15,750 Capital Stock 5100,000. Tickets on sale folk, Va., May J. K. BAUQHMAN, TTustonville. Ky. of tlio public Is railed lo the fact that Attention via the Queen oc Crescent Route ut the this Is tlit- only utlonal Hank la Stanford. Un- Third dam Jessie Sayre, by Harry Clay 15, slro of the dams of St. Julian X.lls,. Undine J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Through Sleeping Cars Ilt'lwi'fii I.ottlsvlUa am' the South. Stand at Insure three: daily trains Hach way between I.oiilsvllluiuid Lexington. V. A. TITKK, ono-ha- lf lti.-lt- i FIUE FINE dAGKS AT ONLY $5 EAGfi. 0. p. A.. Washington. I). O. W. II. TAYLOR. A. O. P. A. UinUvlllc, Ki;, - 41 M 4 1444.4.:; 144.4,44 444 dnts on its line to Norfolk, Va., ac connt the convention, which meets at Dates of sales. that point Mavf-12- . i rate of one fare for round trip from all fv J I4.44.4j; May 2nd to Oth, good to return 1(5 days 11111111111111111111111111111 m J" 188.8.131.52444.4144; 4444 rTiTtji runwrj 4:: 4:: t.444 UVindOd 3HJ. tM"M4 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t iti ji & "t 11 & 11 A v n d , )' - ,?: 4444:; wrw -l .- after date - Tho most attractive route- to Norfolk is via tho Queen & of Bale. miltic-lvnt- CrescenTR-OUte- . iT-i - ', 1" ' a n-- and a word "A word to tho wliels k friMithuwUe tliould he nltiilnt. but oa Those who know. Tho oft re-- p whuarethowUe eron (nay bo uted exiwrlenro of lAistworthy T. rry lays tsken for knowletlKe. Mr. Comjli Uciuedy rIvch better kJlUfaitlon than any otTer In tho market. Ho has been la tlio drut? busliieM at KlLtoo, Ky., fur twelro years; ha$ Id lJrebwifliottlei,of this remedy and nearly all other oiVk medicines manufactured', which shows conclusively that Chaiulwrlnlu'ii Is the mot ...E.f.n....w (n lha luuilit. !Hlll l till. iMHlt llirHllR Hotter, Prugglsts. Cralrf 'm. Cham-lrlalii'- ii .S. II. llauihiusii, S.T. Harris, " " T. P. Hill, can obtain one of these Uasters freo of J. S. llotker, " " nml we will o.plnin how yon W. A. Trililile, W. I' Walton Call nt niv J.ll.Colller.CrabOreh'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon charge The roast is revolve 1 llirougu the juices while cooking. stanrorU. M, U.UImore, The Cylinder Basting- and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. - 5P der tlio provMoiin ot the National Hank Acl detltursarescurednotouly ' the capital stock, but by tlio stockholders' liability (or an milium eiiiialln thesteck so that di'ioitiorof this lastltu-H- i. a r.. .Mil red I) T a fund 01 Ute .suru statements of the condition ot the Hank are made each )ear lo the Unltel Mates iiorerumeni ami lis asoels are exainiiioi ai iairi nines uy noir. unieiii acents, thus securing additional and r!ert saltt; ti)ilfKittors, Th initliuttnn orlulnally established as the Ieiioslt Hank ol Stanford In IKS', then reorganised as the National Dank of Stanford In IMV5 iindajtaln reorKatilred as tho Klrst National Hank of Stanford In lss2,has had pruitkally an iininlerriipled existence for 3A years. It Is better supplied now wltL lai littles for tratisactlttL' business promptly and liberally than ever beforo In Its lonif and honorable career. Accounts o( Indlrlduals, fiduciaries, firms ar.d Individuals solicited. 11 - "BIG noura The Hist l.luc to.iuil Prom 4 1 TOLEDOAND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. CHICAGO. "While City Special." ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel Pest Terminal .Station. BOSTON. Wanner SlccplnglCars. Uutlm Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeplii Ing DIKKCTORS. K. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hay tun, Stanford NEW YORK, Cars, I'rlrat Uoiiipartnient Cars, Kiesant Coaches ami Din Car. Ho suro your tickets read via MARK HARDIN. 'ixiiusalttLii.iAwljmj ,,..' J. orriCBRs. S. Ilo.ker, President; J. J. Moltoberts CashU i. A. A. McKInuey, Assist intCashler. t..u.McCOItMiaK, "HIO FOUIt." WAItltHNU. LYNCH TralQo Mgr., Asi. (len. l'.iv.iA Tkt CINCINNATI OHIO. SKatfestsaissedbapeaa-s- a- yy