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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898040801 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. ii MK ' - ill f nf wf iy i SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI I. LANCASTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1898. COL. FRANK WOLFOUD. IN THE "STATE OF CASEY. Oo NO. 10 to Danville as soon as potslh e ami sue the Handsomest Line of i' i ""s Notwithstanding tho rain, wind and Mrs. Lucy Oulley. ot McCreary, la ANOTI!i:R STOttY or nis sixuulak Fanners arc woefully behind In farm bits of snow that foil and the swollen MKTHOD5. work urn! there in u general complaint sutTcring of a fraetnriMl ankle. condition of Groen Rivor-- good crowd Deputy U. S. Colleriur Thomas Atts- Soma time ago wo published a story against tho wouthor. gathered at Llborty Monduy to be at The trustees at (lroe havo closed tin has gone to Livingston to start out told us by Col. T. P. Hill of how Col. tlio oponiug of court. "Big" court is In tho Latest Colorings Hed, Moss, Oreon nncl New Illne over shown in this Ptate. Also tho l'lnest Display of New again, on a mountain raid. Wolford cleared a client and prevented tlio doors of the sohool-honsy a big thing in and there must be Tho Logan Dry Goods Company will blood shod by convincing tho magls-hav- o something exceedingly important at Sunday School and nml rofuo to allow a grand opening during lliu entire trutos that us the warrant was in the preaching there. do Col. homo if most of tho sturdy farmers of tho Coujinonwealth, Ever made S'outli of the Ohio Klvor. The trip will pay you to seo and know how Cheaply Magpie Jones, of the Indian day, next Saturday. New goods will nam Mls not get there on tho first day. Strange Creek section, Is wrestling with the b4 displayed and music will be furuisL- - Adams, who was county attorney, had t)suy tho irrepressible patent medicine jou enn Handsomely Decorate Your Houe. Vou will (lnl the latest stylos for painting houses, find all In format Inn freely given no right to speak in the case. A man chilli. Miss Florence Coulter was on od by a string band. man was not there and those who want-e- J is bettor. Mr. II. A. U. Marksbury has recent- - ' of good standing had loan evil moment the puny Hat last week, but physic were compelled to patronise Window Shades, All Kinds Paints, Uarnishes, Mm. KlUa Stansborry died at her ly purchased 100,000 pounds of hemp In struck his wife, and her brothers and tao druggists. Fortunately for him, Window Glass and Paint Hruslics and rt Material at homo near Mt. Olive, after an Illness of this county, at $.'1.75. He has been u( most of tho neighbors were up In arms your humble servant was tho only vistwo weeks, aged SO years. Her husband great help to tho farmers in giving about it. The old colonel knew that If iting newspaper representative and he preceded her to the grave two years them a bettor price for their produce' Adams spoke und added fuel to the acknowledges thanks for a very liboral ' No. 30C Main Street. Haines, the man would bo killed, and he N. V MAY. ("i.kuk. () than cortaln combines will offer. ago. patronage. For the Hot time during preached at The Christian Endeavor convontion resolved to prevent it. He then made Nov. .F. Q. Montgomery the dozen or more yeurs I havo been Turkey Knob Sunday evening, lie for this district, composed of the coun- a speech that healed the breach be- attending courts at Casey's capital, will probably preach there each 1st ties of Lincoln. IJoyle, Mentor and Gar- tween the husband and wife, brought there was no political speeches mudo. ! Sunday evening throughout the spring rard, will moot here April '22, at the tears to tho eyes of tho spectators and What It means I cap not say. Not a Prosbytorlnn church. Ono hundred at tho close, tho couple fell on each single horse was exhibited, although it and summer. delegates are expected. others' necks and wept tears of recon- was "show day," and usually a large Col. II. II. MoAnlnch had a flue Nor- and twantj-llv- e Thursday while Judge Hurnsldo has advertised for ciliation and ronowod love. Col. Hill number Is paraded. man to drop dead Is never amiss. A good Suit is always a hitched to the wagon. Col. MeAnlneh bids for repairing the roads which Is full of remlnlscnse of the old coloGood Finish lo a man. Men's Suits Is again Tho docket for this term thinks she burstod a blood vossol, as a were bought by tho county. Hlds will nel and yesterday gave us this: that are the bet value light und wjth but one murder case on largo quantity of blood was found on bo received until tho 12th day of April. Another incident lllustnulv of Col It; that of Felly for killing Turner, ever produced Cnntructs will bo awarded to tho low-o- Frank Wol'ord's professional n.ethods which will not likely bo tried this time. poit mortem examination. blddur, but tho right Is reserved to occurred In the trial of a woman before Judge Jones' charge to tho grand Shcl Thompson, who was whlppod jury Children's hiB life by white caput rojectany bid. a oouplo of justices In the East end of was nearly three hours In length and as within an inch of homo, but Is sot Sam Good loe as hold In a bond of Casey county, charged with poisoning suited In Tuesday's paper was devoted has returned to his The Very Best. tling up his atTalrs Just as fust as he can $200 for cutting Matthew Gravos. both hor husband, who dlod shortly after to a groat extent to tho Illegal sale of vomit-lugs- , to leave the county, for good, we hope. colored, and Speed Young, colored, in eating his dinner, from severe Men's Shoes; nlwaj s tlie best Shirts: tip-t- o whisky. Judge Joues Is a man of many followed by convulsions, which words. By the way he Is spoken of as Those who have seen hltn since his re- $100 bond for s'oaling two sides and date. Neckwear; the nobbiest. turn say that his late oNpcrlonco with two hams of moat from Thomas Stov- proved tatal in a few hours. Col. Adams a candidate for tho republican notnlna. I' gis! rfijUKJl. Judge Lynch has taken all tho starch ons, near Hack Creek. Falling to make was county Atty. and tho prejudice aud tlon for appellate judge and he may yot out of him, and that he Is not near the bond they were both lodged In jail to cxcltemont was so great against the occupy a higher seat on the bench of await the action of the circuit court. bully ho used to bo. defendant that W. H. Miller, of Stan justice. you with that A great cry of disappointment was ford, who wan a vigorous prosecutor, J. L. PKOHMAN & Co., Danville. Ky. Tho Liberty Progress, lately stnrtod Old Liberty continues to grow and if "i'll be rnouo to bek r raised here on Tuesday morning, when was sent for to aid Adams. Tho trial she keeps it up tho bottoms of Green by W. U. Cockran, Is tho fourth venture In this county. It Is said tho IKTHKIOK JOUIINAI. arrived with- was held In the open woods because the River will prove inadequate. Substanto bo a very creditably gotten up sheet out my letter Tho (wople wore Indig- church near by would not hold the ieo-pl- tial and modern houses aro built almost 11 When the witnesses had all been exclusively aud the quaint village of a and It is hoped that It will meet with nant, but, when I explained that I mailbetter success than Its prodoeoors. It, ed In good time, and that tho postal examined It was arranged for Miller to few years ago now has the appearance like tho others, is Independent to start service fniled to deliver on tlmo, the make the tlrst speech for the prosccu- - of a city. ' on, but we will wager the best old hen excitement subsided and the world tiou, Wolford to follow for the defense The Commercial Bank is still doing with the moved on, with an understanding that and Adams close for tho Commonon tho place, and risk a racket a good buslnessand President Combest, The average man w ho lives to ho CO vc.irs old and who N not a profes"old woman," that It Is preaching re- such an error will not bo forgiven wealth. t Cashier Prewltt and Assistant Cashier sional pedestrian, walks 112,500 miles 'in a life time. of the way AUDI publican liollllcs before the leaves again. :llliei lliiu BUfti:i u riiui v Young are naturally very proud of It. CI Dr. N. Mays will go to Louisville on while ho picked up a law book, having The deposits are growing, the loans are come and go. Whether this long wnlk Is taken In the comfort It should be depend-- on ti It was siiggosted that wo have an Old (.the llth to testify in the suits against carried a number with him, and open- good and the stock can hardly bo obwhero he pets Ills Shoes. We make a tmslncs of selling tho right kind of Maid's Convention bore, but looking the life Insurance companies for the ed It, preparatory to using it, when the tained for loie or money. It will erect frhoes at the right kind of prices. They are . v.. around it was found that we hud no old payment of policies held by the Into old colonel asked him what book It was. a y brick building In the sumand not wishing to M. W. Johsnon. Dr. J. L. Atkinson, Miller answered, "Starkey on Evi- mer and if it is deemed necessary tho & Low-Price- d. maids to start with, II draw on our neighboring towns for ma- of Cuiupbellsvll'.e. ha been the guest dence." Tho colonel then objected to capital stock will bo Increased. Always call on u. terial of that kind, we thought it ad- of his friend, Mr. W. I. Williams. Dep- Its use as law In tho case because, as he Tho revival of tho old Liberty Tri- A J , visable to abandon the project. Our uty Sheriff William Ward and II. C. said, "Mr Miller well knows that our bune under the new name of The Ca- AW .;2 The Leading Shoo aud Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. ladles are Industrious, intelligent and Hamilton took Moses King to tho Lex- fathers In tho Revolution had fought sey County Progtess gives Casey a sure oMiolully handsome. So much so, that ington asylum Sunday, ho having been through seven years of jovcrty and enough republican paper, as its editor, blood to throw off the despotism and compositor and job printer, aie all remany of them marry too young, and adjudged a lunatic Saturday. On Tuesday afternoon at I o'clock, tyranny of British law, which they had publicans to the core. Tho latter Is a roach the age In none of them ever WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A single blessedness as to be called old at tho Jiomo of tho bride, Sheriff J. B. done, and no such despotic law was au- son of Ham, but is an unusually orderT- S. II. Sanders and Miss Sallie Arnold woro thority before any American court." ly and pretty intelligent Negro. maids. married by He v. W. L. Clark. The at- After quite a wordy altercation beDr. O. 11. McRoborts Is now mine MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tendants woro Mr. Alexander Walker tween him and Miller, the justices held ho-- of the Exchungo Hotel and Is doand Miss Pearl Hill. Tho wedding a short consultation and announced ing a good business. lie has strong W. I). Gaddls, it and Mrs. Martha march was played by Miss Addle Hum- - their determination to hear no British competition, though in the Napier A. Grosham, IV), and a widow, were side. Tho groom Is ory popular, hav- law in that case, and declined to per- House with V. D. Stagg as proprietor. And me offering some married at Moreland yesterday. ing been elected sheriff last Ncembor mit Miller to road from Stavkey. There are few better hotel men than Miss Ethel Hall Earl Cannon and and the brido Is a beautiful and excelMr. Miller then resumed his argu10) r wore marrlod In Lawrence county, lent young ludy. She is a daughter of ment and after about HO minutes picked "Banta" and with his splendid wife Miss Julia to help In tho culinary Kansas, lat week and In view of the Mr. II. C. Arnold, ono of tho most up another law book for use, when the nud Spanish war will proceed at once to prominent farmers aud traders In the old colonel asked what book bo department those who stop at "the old hotel" can bank on getting thebestthe raise Cannon Halls. county. I tender hearty congratula- had aud who&o opinion he Intended to market ulTords. Stanford, Ky. Call oud See Us. Opp. Mr. W. C. White and Miss Lizzie tions and best wishes. read in the case. Upon being answer There was a good deal of drunken Elder, of Parksvlllo, drove up to StanTho subject of war monopollaos every ed that It was an opinion of Judge Rob- - ness Monday, but where the "llker' ford Wednesday afternoon and wero conversation in this vicinity and, with ertson Col. Wolford said: "Do yo came from i's unother thing. It is nl married at Mr! Cicero Heynolds' by a few exceptions, the opinions express- want defendant tried by tho opinion of most as hard to locate a blind tiger Elder Joseph Hallou. Tho groom Is a ed are as diverse as those offered on a judge who never beard of tho case, In while the grand jury Is in session as it I: jj&jjjJJmJZjm, brother of John M. White, of this any other subject. I have claimed that stead of the two honorable justices who Is to suppress the illegal tratllc of in citizen, while there would be no war, as Spain could are here to try tho case according to W a 2 ounty, and the stutT. his brido U a handsome and Intelligent better afford to surrender Cuba than to their own opinions?'1 Arising from his Is almost certain that Judge VinIt .woman and u niece of Mr. Reynolds. go to war with tho United States, and seat ho told Mr. Miller In the presence cent Horoing will carry Casey if Judge w Invitations are out to the marriage for the further reason that McKlnley of the justices that he knew It was an James Denton, of Somerset, docs not to' of has a string tied to him and a cable at Indignity to that honorable court to ask Carroll Bailey, of Mr. James enter the Congressional race. Judpo 9 Jialloy. to tached to a moesugo which locommends them tosurrendor thoir own opinions of Denton has formed a partnership with Judge and Mrs. Jamos ?.: Miss Clara Welch Lackey, daughtor of nothing, except by implication. Tho the law and justice of that case and W. 13. Cochran for tho practice of law '&: I1 Hon. and Mrs. G. A. Lackoy, which dulay, so ofton proposed, may cure substitute therefor tho opinion of Judge and Is in other ways closely idcutilied will take place ut her homo at S 1". M., Congress of the war fever. While ltobertson or anybody else; that Miller with the people of this good old county. The old wny nf buying carpets ha pi yrd nut, nud they arc now April 2. The nxcollont young couple there are two good causes for war, in might as well ask tho justices to call In Tho free turnpike question has not sold tiluiust entirely by siiiiipies. Tins n iv y hi c.ni bay thorn much havo boon lovers a long tlmo and the the name of humanity, yot the rules any man from tho orowd standing tioar struck Casey yet and tho people go to select from. Inehoapor and have a veiy much laiger technically and get hl opinion as that of Hobert-so- along paying toll without a murmur. happy consummation of their hopes so which govern nations-nia- y ill grain, Btnssels, Wiltons and velvets, beautiful patterns. recip- avoid It, and tho helpless may continue He understood the law to bo and Well posted men told mo that If tho near at hand, makos them the . u suffer to further tlio iniorosts of tho Miller knew it too that the defendant question were submitted they would lL ients of many congratulations. J1 fli was to be tried by the two justices not be voted free as a considerable porMcCormack, U0, and money powers of our nation. Jamos Miller was In session Tues- theio sitting, without the opinions of tion of the county has no pikes and tho Tho ll?cl court Miss Mary Tuttle, '2'2, got license hero JWrfKT-- tm? 7 Strv salar- any other persons whatever. people of those sections would not vote on the llth and wont to Lancaster to bo day and Wednesday. Claims for . The court hold another short consul- a tax on thomsolvoa for the sake of their ;: married. They wero accompanied by ies aud ordinary purposes, amounted to and Miss Lllllo JS.W" 1)1, which la much more than last tation, decided that defendant was to more fortunate countymen. Mr. !'. O. Slnulotou j; and The sheriff's sale for taxes was not a McCormack and after Eld. George your, on account of tho amount, paid1 be tried by their judgment alone or any big thing, although hundreds of places Gowon had made them husband and for leasing turnpikes this time. A lovy not by the opinion of Kobortson Wo cairy in stock also a large assortment of Hugs, and no ono will s 2') cents was made to pay for they declined to allow were advertised. The delinquents came of other roan und S: wife, tho party drove to Mr Hen sell them to you cheaper. v and 25 cents for general purposes, Millar to road his law. The case was up with their money when they saw whero an elegant reception was was determined to have given thorn. Tho brido was formerly which, added to tho Suite levy of n.'J argued then by Wolford and Adams, the not guil- It. of Wnyno county and Is an accomplish-u- d cents, makes a tax on each 3100 of tho court found the dofondaut '! The Old Maid's Convention Monday II and tho groom Is said to 81.02L Mr. Robert Wlnttaker, a high- ty, and upon being asked by Miller long young lady so, tho old night proved to be a most pleasing bo one of the host young men In tho ly eompetont and worthy man, was ap- after why hi? treatod him ; and by request It was to Is to colonel answered: "The woman was pointed turnpike supervisor. Ho county. havo been presented again Wednesday !)! tvcelvo 8(5 lor caih mllo belonging to Innocent and 1 knew It. She had nev night. The prettiest girls of tho counHUBBLE, now and the same amount er been at a drug storo in her life, had ty took part and although model old the county when purchased never seen arsenic, had no irlends at maids before going through the rejuvewont to Paris Monday on tho other roads, Georgo Woods their and nut under his supervision. His the trial, no person to ball her, and ho nating machine, they cumo out lot of beautiful with a load of stock cuttle. jail and real selves and a more found. Some of m compensation will reach atioul $420 per did not intend her to bo sent to m lasses could hardly bo C C. Gover bought some hogs of J. .,.. . ... .. Aniloi'hfin year, now, auo win oo aoout jv.iu wnen finally convicted by falsehood und pre- tbo costumes were very amusing and i. , r, ltiguoy ni oe. vinnj the "gags" that wero gottou oir on tho tho other roads aro purchased. Tho judice, and that now the whole In- Biiwi of Newel McQuorry at :Uc Thursday, is salisded she was perfectly young men of tho town were both will meet again court uenlus ana lining. Messrs. ucorge a Mr. Thomas Wood was In our local- when It is understood that Squire W. innocent. Stone. A. P. Young, M. K. Humphrey iTiT A ity from May wood, making his many II. Klnnalrd will bo olected county und Will Stone were the most severely - ML I A i A week. A nutmeg tree of tho lurgestsi.ewill punished and as they aro all old enough i friends glad to soo him last WJ J treasurer died ut his produce no more than llvo pounds of to have been married a score of jears, William Ilubblo, aged My wlfuliMUVMl Cliainlnrlulii'a Tain ll.ilni fur uutmogs. littlo sympathy was felt for them. Ho- homo hero after a brief Illness Tuesday rlituiiiatWtii with great relief, ami I can For a few weeks on l M.' Gauo, Dr. tween acts Prof. Caldwell, who managUo was An undo of Gen. II. at noon, of bilious trouble. ed tho entertainment, gave some reciIt at u upluiulM liulinciit fur rheumatism and taken 111 Sunday morning, and was per- other household uso for which no hae found ll Stephen P. Gauo, of Georgetown, tations aud impersonations which wero well received and loudly applauded. fectly at himself till tho last. Ho leaves, valualile. W. .1. Ci i I.hr, IUM Crtefc, N. Y. celebrated his d birthday April 1. Tho program wound up with two beauMr. Cuyler Isouo of the lculiug mtrclunu u( and live children to mourn a good wlfo thWrllltigo und olio of the most prominent men In tiful tableaux, "courting" and "wedi ...... rul.iitiirnti mtiurilstmieutof Chamberlain's his loss and a community feeling that tlilsilelnlir. W ( l'liiri-ittlllor lh,l Creek ,,..,,,,,...,,,, n mrrWa Itemed)- In the Wor- - ding," In which ull of tho old maids in 1111. took rejuvenated lernlil. Tor silo hy CK.VKi A HOCKI.lt, DruR-his place will bo hard to w j B,,rj,riw rwwntly nhlcli,rleads mo to rite their $150 was takonfonn which part. In, will glsu. a01 un lemv' About truthfully ar can UiU. A UnltoTstates mall carrier from dlarrlnoa. lluioner-o- r go to tho llnlshlng of tho church. Miss dywnittltoitforcollcnml To Reduce tyock. Also Plenty of Coal at Low Figures Curfow dooa not ring In Paducah It Annie Boldon was instrumental in gethail to iiw mow than ono or two dose to cure Alaska brings tho nows that a pigeon ting up tho entertainment and to her o'clock "... whistles blow at IU)M" released by Andro, bearing tho infor- toots. Tho und tho youngsters havo ' tllO Worst CUJ " city, Mil Of BUHUIU..-no little of tho success of it is duo. every night grK u i, riomoke E. C. W. mation that tho explorer is well and aH irsi,s- to hunt their holes. bacirpicked up. a HEW WALL PiPEB I FIOTURE FRAME RIOULDING of t o Cn-e- ! A. E.GIBBONS, Danville, i m ADVICE Suits, st jjll THE GLOBE, news-papo- o. 1 A LONG 1 'p;crc7'rwrv' WALK Mo-,- ! t I f two-stor- $ I HE WEARS SHOES. , Stylish, Wearable CALDWELL & LANIER - 3S3333 - t Car Load 3 1'JLf CIM, Of Vehicles, BIllGMiS Court-Houe, B. K. WEAREN & SON. ' well-to-d- o , 1 n. 1 u vAlrt 1 1 5 II iX Hry-ar.t'- s, turn-plko- I s- I fnf&.vftifwt2) m3r I It f L I s- ! I V 6"TERMS. CKSH. II ! H. J. McROBERTS. T ni.-ln- neigh-borhuo- d to-da- y, s-- pT"l y-- , LOW PRICE o Jj rvroni-iiiriu- - I 1 iiS M Mv0! hwn M 1 k-- on land, has J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO, f 1 f i I ;, t i EfrAfcfcfe,.- - m M u CHURCH CHATTER. Crumbaugh, BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, , be inspector of There aro 35 young prenchers at as THE INTERIOR JOURNAL of Hopklnsvllle, toOhio, has at last Tho snow extendedfell. far as Texas, Georgetown College, ono Methodist, steamboats on tho where considerable been confirmed by the Senate. Tho There aro 144 saloons in Fayette ono Presbyterian nnd 311 Daptlsts. up tho job S, iSgS Majah ought now to throw county, nearly all of thorn In Loxing- - Times. Stanford. Ky., April with scorn and demand that ho bolnado In Africa 4I1S languages and lull diaton. an inspector of warships and torpedo was lects are found: Into only about 70 of Sam Foglc, an old deaf Negro, boats. W. P. WALTON. run over and killed by a train at Leba- these has any portion of tho Bible been translated. SPAIN PLAYING FOUTIMK. Dyspepsia U one of the most prevalent of seasoned with n little Jilt, nnd drink only non. dfteaie. Thounatut of people nutter Irom n little milk. became so bad that a trifle Rev. G. II. Turner wires Mr. W. II. authorized to announce Paducah :M 6aloon keepers plead We are At It In a more or leu nrRrnvnteil form., l'cw too much of even these caused terrible SEEM TO HE HUT NEGOTIATIONS of dlienne nrctuore pniniul to the iinllvldu.il fluttering In the region of the stomach, ed guilty to selling whisky on Sunday Hlgglns that Rev. J. II. King, or more fnr reaching in their cllect on darting pains bad of the eyes, attended OVER. Tenn., will not preach at Walhumnn life ami hnppmcx. Whnt the dyiu with itintticm and partial loss of sight. and were fined $10 each. peplic needs (a not locnl trentmeut, not Theonly way I couhi get relief was by vom. WAR CERTAIN UNLESS SHE HACKS County, a candidate for Of Madl-o- n The Homeopathic College at Louis nut Flat Sunday, as he had Intended. mere tempornry Mlmului. The real need Iting. f'tnnlly 1 had such a severe attack Imtrlet ConKre-ilotIn tlio Elphtli 1$ the toning up of the DOWN. Music lovors will not forgot the song entire ylcm. I'or. that the entire left (title of my body felt ville graduated 111 doctors this week. to the action of the ttfy the system and it will do its own numb and partially paralysed, nnd In this of Kentucky, subject service to be held at the Christian Washinton, D. 0., April 7, 4 l women. nnd promptly eject nny intrudinif condition. I was tacii to my room unconfour of whom are democratic party. diiensc. The huccc of l)r. Ayer'n scious. The physicians failed to help me, Spain's M. What is supposed to bn When his wife refused to live longer church tonight by Prof. S. S. Myers, tn curing Indigestion nttd tlyioicp-ul- and none of the many remedies I took did when is due to ut this quality which it me nny good. At last a friend presented ns a musician. MeKln-ley'- s last card was played with him, Knrl Baehor, of Cincinnati, who Is peculiarly gifted CONTltARY to expectations poMesscs, of renewing the vital force, inr wiih a bottle of I)r Ayer's Sarsapurllla Kev. Camden, of Tacoma, Washingdiplomatic representatives of Engrepairing the vnte nnd loss of the body. nnd before had used naif of It, I could sec shot her and then killed hlmsol f. tncssajrc that was to vlng around The ordinary treatment brines the food n decided change for the belter. I used land, Germany, France, Italy, down to the level of the weak tomnch. three bottles and wit so completely cured William Mercer, who had murdored ton, preached at tho Christian church world and cause the Spanish to the Dr. AVer's Sarsnparilln puts strength into Austria and Russia urged McKinyears hove not been troubled his daughter, was shot to pieces by n Wednesday night In tho Interest of hunt their holes was not delivered to the stomach, nnd brings it up to the level of that lor four complaint, but am rugged and He will preach at ley to bo moderate and sottle conof Cleburne county, home the strong food fit for mcu. It does this with the ol.lable to eat anything that con ns had been posse of citizens hratty and Congress Wednesday by strengthening the entire nystcm. The be eaten. It would be Impossible to say Tuesday night. troversy without war. Tho presistomach cnntiot tny weak when all the too much In praMc ol Dr. Ayer's SarsajM-rlllArk. promised, for the reason, It is said, that d other organs arc gntnlng strength. What answer. dent made a At Bowling Green, Ed Lewis, a aud would not give one bottle of It Judge Enimctt Field decided that tho Consul Fitzhugh Lee asked that it be Dr, Ayer's Sarsnpnrilln will do for dyspepfor n doxen of any other kind." M. B. News from Madrid says Spain will sanctllicatlonlst, is on trial uHn is best illustrated in cases like that of Shields, Meridian, Miss, j sia new school census net, applying to withheld to savo lives in Havana and M.S. Shields. Meridian, Miss. Mr. Shields not back down by granting Cuban had got down to the last level of dyspepsia, Try I)r. Ayer's SarsapnrUln If you are Louisville, and bitterly opposed there, a charge of forgery. It is claimed by give the Americans a chance to jet out but let him tell his own ktory : independence. Assistant Secrotary frtonds that his mind is unbalanced. dyspeptic. If you want more testimony to is unconstitutional. of Cuba. There is a slight probability " I'or years, was nllllctcd with dyopep. tticMtltir- - of the medicine, get I)r. Ayer's Day says Lee will leave Havana and it is taid which gradually grew worse until I Cutcbook. It Is sent free on request by Waco, Tex., Bob Leonard and a There are ono or two more Indictments sla At that Spain will yet yield could cat nothing but bread and jxtnloe the J C AyerCo., Lowell. man named Simpson fought over the pending against him. that McKinlcy's plan is to make a show Saturduy. Guards trebled about U. S. legaBro. L D. Webb, of South Carolina, Brann-Davi- s tragedy and the latter is of naval force to secure an armstlce. It tion at Madrid. Woodford's famimatriculated at tho Southern Theolognot expected to live. is also bald that Spain may call the ly has left. for judgo ical Seminary, making tho enrollment Inspector Lester, candidate bluff. And there you arc. The war Republicans organizing to over of the third district, will bring suit to 1100. According to tho precedent set spirit in Congress Is growing all the rule Reed Monday if message docs test the constitutionality of tho appel- bv Dr. BroadUd. Dr. Whltsltt will treat time and great disappointment was exnot come then. to a turkey dinner next Thursday,' president's message late gerrymander law. pressed when the all diplomatic Davis, one Baptist Argus. It is believed that Mrs. Margaret E. O'Brien was not forthcoming Wednesday. The negotiations are at an end and that of tho most successful women writers whole country is ripe for intervention UND AND STOCK. McKinley is only waiting till On our competition. We defy tliwil to show a better lino produced, died price, wo ilium n that Alabama has ever and for holdintr Spain to the strictest larger line of new, fresh, clciui novelties and all articles of wear We wcii never Americans get out of Cuba, to make of the 2G4 us the result of an op in Birmingham accountability for the lives Hon. B. B. King lost by death a line before so well equipped to offer to our trade tlio naval demonstrations against Haeration. scamqn lost lu the Maine explosion. jack colt Wednesday night. vana, and that tho Maine affair reMine Liek Station, Tenn., Giles preparing for Is said that the president's At Kentucky planters are It mains to bo setttled. Bradford attempted to separate Clay an unusually largo tobacco crop. which was delayed, recommends George T. Wood sold his IT sioers at intervention but does not urge tho recSixty-liv- e per cent, of the inhabitants Bros ell and William Bradford, who main- of Cuba are white people, the rest aro were fisrhtinsr. when he was struck with Paris Monday at an average of $'22 50. ognition of Cuban independence, brass knuckles aud killed. ly for the reason that the insurgents colored. O. P. HulTman bought of a Gorman There government. It is roported that Alfred Dre y fus some butcher stun at 5Uc and of J. II. have no settled Tho nrnlAop Cincinnati trot auround are two factions among the republi- at Key West while practicing, buti the former captain of artillery, who Buughinnn a bunch of hogs at .tie. cans in Congress, one agreeing with was pulled on" by the government tugs. was sonteuced to Imprlsonmont for life, Jo C. Turloy bought In this county The Ualitie.iiid price nreto umiililueil iiit mtke H ptHMtb'o Cinn T.nii tnlrrrf!lthnl f.hrt KtiltP. lip- - for betraying important artillery se about ,'(U0 tine hogrt at Hto and ehtpped design Hiid fiifclunn. the president and tho other and apparFora-ke- r . . u.,t ..... Jif "., " win nrot.4 to :i foreign power, is (load lla them to Philadelphia Saturday. Mt. for every Imly, iii'in nnd child to dra with beeumiiift iNite without tillering tli do im ently tho stronger, favoring tho UiUtlllUIIH kllilb in luau main of extravtgHtice resolution for independence of Cu- not be ablo to get the American elti was undergoing imprlsonmont on Dev- Sterling Democrat. il's Island, off the coast of French Gui- ba and armed intervention. It is doubt- zons out of Cuba before Sunday Farmer; in various jKiru of the Stat ful whother the Senate will direct the report the fruit crops almost totally deThe Ohio Senate has passed the bill ana "Near Little Hock, Ark., lltore is a stroyed by tho lato freeae and tobacco president to resort to force immediate appropriating SI, 000,000 to put tho Ohio ly, but whether by force or peaceably National guard on a war footing. There place called Happy Hollow. Ono day plants badly damaged. ,'iicli an exhibit Oh uiiri is not ihuiII) f.uin.I It nt" v Ihe Happy Hollow enjoyed a big tight. Ono Win. Arnold sold to Price Hudson, it will demand that Spain leave Cuba was not a dissenting vote. and left lying on the of Danville, for Thompson ,& Hudson, without unreasonable delay. The administration is said to have mnn wi killed Wiuh ttoiuU WeRtPinwdei! with the nuwcftt and choice! M in M whan. Pel Even the republicans over the coun- planned a naval demonstration at Ha- ground. The coroner's jury was mi in- of Now Orleans, 21 sugar - j Uiles liii)lirtni, Ac try are growing restive under McKin- vana and Porto Rico for the purpose of monod and held an Inquest. On inves- imilet' at $00. Richmond Regleler. Whit nnd Colored Good, l'rwtty Orgtmliea, Victorin ldwu. Pine Dinti'to, that the dead man apparently inexcusable delay and convincing Spain that this country is tlation it was found... Roblcy's Anderson A Spilmaii bought of , . n I.- -. w t.l Swiasts. IttdiR Linana, Nalutooks. Ao. Congressmen assert that they will not in earnest. had Sol anil a pisioi in two iwiwu ert G. Kvans 100 aeros of growing Pretty Veiling. .New him! j.tylili Haalery. Iluurwaold I.inem. snm deliberation tho jury lined wheat at 70 centri. John Wood be held down Ionizer, notwithstanding sold at our- Tho United States consilium When you are tlxinjr up your houe don't frgt mir lac curtain I'phnlMrry. Reed has drawn the lines taut At colona ii guarded by police and tho the corpse o0 for carrying oooeonled 25 good cattle at Harrodsburg Mondiy club passed TTnitod Suit. ..onnl and burled the domain In the. atii. Advocuto. weapons and Louisville a republican resolutions repudiating McKluleyasan at Carthagona, who are both said to be pauper graveyard. M. S. Baughman told to a North A short item In our last told of the Carolina man a lino jack for 2"'J. The American and a republican, and de- Spaniards, resicned clared him a Benedict Arnold. It is April has long been regarded ns tho awful disaster at Shawnoetown, III., by tame gentleman bought of C. 11. Sinunnf the lovoe. Not one of gleton a jaok for SH260 and one of T. ,i claimed that McKinley is entirely "war month." Tho Revolution began der control of Hanna and Wall Street April 10. 1773; the Black Hawk, April the bodies of the 2S porsons known to. B. Bright for 8200. and can make no move until they tell 21, 1S:U; the Mexican. April 24, 1S1U, have lost their lives has beon reoovcr-edRead the notico of Hon. B. B. King's The total dead will not bo over.10. two lino young jaoks which he oilers hlra. These worthies had better learn and the Civil, April 12, 18(11. h Here, as elsewhere, throughout our bu ntnrc, we .lmwr tlienet and iimt once and for all and quickly that the Representative Grout, of Vermont, The property lo?s is ostl mated at for service, one at 33 to Insure and the We have, beyond n doubt, the l.irget line, therefore we run the ollfcln Mayor Tho town is a wreck. country Is tired of diplomatic tom- after a White House conference, ina prlie for most Indifferent or most fastidious drewcr will not be other free. He alio oilers foolery and anything that falls short of troduced a joint resolution recognizing Carney believes the levee not tru-it, the host colt by his jack. people will rebuilt an the the freedom of Cuba will not be tolera-ed- . the Independence of Cuba and appro- and that the town will be depopulated. A big tobacco swindle is alleged at Is as much aroused priating $500,000 to feed tho Cubans. The country nHnf work in well in hand and the Louisville and tho arrival there of J. as is was in 'Gl and is determined that H. C. Rubens, counsel for the Cuban survivors are being well fed. 1 hoy aro McDonald, tho largest tobacco manuDEPARTMENT. Spanish atrocities and Spanish sover- junta, made n statement declaring that huddled together at night, but on the facturer of Canada, Is expected to give well cared for. eignty shall be banished from this the insurgents would resist interven- whole are being we can show you the latgest piirchne we have ever tntulo. IW Mire ywi Rive Here publicity to tho scandal hemisphere. us a call before you buy or , the chances are, you will not he untitled. tion as proposed by the president unLyon ..v Allen sold 37 No. NEWS HI THE VICINAGE, cattle at Richmond Monday at 13, We have been waiting anxiously, and less It bo preceded by recognition of Wyutt Hughes, of Faulconer, and which would have brought several dowe may say with bated breath, to hear Cuban Independence. Alum Admiral Irwin, before the House Miss Jane Hoguc, of near For Tl.k Week from George Davison on the war situallars a head more out for tho bad day Springs, died a few days ago. which kept the over tion. The omnious silence with which foreign affairs committee, said it was and tho small-pox- , Oar iS Suit for IS, An order has boon made by County river buyers away. c that the mine which dethat fierce warrior had seemed to envelOur tl Ladies' nnd Men's Shoes. for a local opop himself filled us with dismay and wc stroyed the Maine could have been lo- Judge Sullivan, calling At Paris Monday 500 cattle sold at Our .SO Ladles' Pros Skirts Richmond, June 11. I to 4"c and oO broke mulos feared that ho had joined the peace at cated without the knowledge of the tion election In at SftO to Our ojc (iini'liauix, Bryant's Store. Knox S120, 2(5 Lewis Sears, any price party. Colson, of Yellow Spanish authorities. fed cattle, 1,100 pounds, corn Our line of 2Sc Dro-- n Goods. Coolldge, Proof has been secured in London by county, and J. L. Wilder, Creek, had issued ultimatums, and our brought S.".0. Weil sold 00 Waynu appointed own Berry and other lesser lights had United States authorities that Spain Pulaski county, have beon county yearlings at 820, also IS short and had a number submarine mines manu- postmasters. had themselves Interviewed early yoarllnirs atSKS.TO and SO holfors at THE In u fight at Pituburg James Allison S20. often, to say that they were for war to factured in England and that some of Hava- was shot and seriously wounded and T. I). KANUY, MniiMger the knife and tho knife to the hilt in these mines were placed in the T. A. Bradley, of Danville, writes t. long before the Maine Charles Anderson, a coal oporator, was that he had just returned from binding the vitals of the treacherous and cow- na harbor Itranch fltorux at Pxiis, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Ilanlstown, Lawrenrehurg, f'ynthi But at last George has These messages are said to have pass- badly injured. ardly Don the woundsofatlockofshuep.lOof which ana,VcrHaillch, Kinincnce, (Jioigelown, PJitlietlilovMi Frankfort Miiuckport, Ind. Another unloaded gun hns gone otr were olther killed or mangled by dogr, spoken and he says with the air and ed between the Pope and McKinley: asof frater- at Mlddlesboro with serious results. and calls loudly for a dog tax that will spirit of man who means what he 'As the head of the religion Win, Parkor serts that Cuba must be free. That nity I will solicit Spain to ''rant an Dan Gilbert wua shot and bo so heavy as to drive curs from the I was handling tho gun. g lawsettles It settles our fears and settles arnistico in the name of humanity.this country. But our pray you, pending the result of A dispatch says that Jasper Pearl fa the fate of the Spanish. Cuba will bo step, to deign to suspend all extreme cowardly to grant tho too The fceetmd Msslon of the l'nllcr,l:ite Year IM)7 in vil ntt, n Lon- makers aro relief. free for George himself huth said it and measures." President McKinlcy's re tally stabbed William Welch at leading Om. ld:o:n.d.a,37 Attention Is directed to the ho Is a lighter from Fighting Creek, ply is given as follows: "At least out don. The former Is ono of the Is two buckets of of respect for Your Holiness we will republicans of Laurel county. Mr. V. ReldN lino Golddust New pupils enterlni; at that time will ile rceelvi d Into tln i'Uihm-whoso dally beverage I'or full Information endeav- In a light at Richmond, Brutus Win- stallion, a splendid breeder of combin- call on or write to Mil Htrn.i.V at the Collect' or write for catalogue. Wo knew wait, wishing success to your irore. Bully for our man kles struck bnor Long, of Cottonburg. ed roadsters, a good jack and a lino PeWILLIAM MIKlTON'. PiiR.iniu.vr. he would come to time, even if he was long about it. .vith a rock, knockleg out an eye aud dro bull, all of which ho will stand at POLITICAL POINTS. crushing his cheek bone. Long Is now reasonable llgurcs. Tho bull Is by tho Tills county seems practically solid The State treasurer has culled for at the infirmaty and Winkles Is In jail. king of nil Jerseys that had 3f tested for Hon. James B. McCrcary for Con- 810,000 more of old Interest-bearin- g Among the delegates to tho Inter- daughters with a milk record of over gress. A correspondent of tho Louis- warrants, to be paid off April 25. national Mining Congress to bo held at IS pounds. Complete returns show the Kansas Salt Lake, Utah, July ville Dispatch 6ays that DO per cent, of appointed ' W tho voters are for him and from conver- City republican ticket headed by May- by Gov. Bradloy, are W. R. Dilllon, ?; of them it docs not or James M. Jones to have been elect- Livingston; A. Gatllllo, Knox county: sations with scores . m other matters. The & mil look like the estimate is exaggerated. ed by an average majority of l,f00. JoeC. Parker, Pulaski: Charles S. mm that nuko only good garments at vj A Now York man recently went to Nield, Grays: S. V. Rowland. PittsTrue democrats love McCrcary for' his prices within the reach ol all, and & faithfulness, his conservatism and his! an undertaker's, chose a collin, bar- burg. .... uf ... ijiiaraiiicc )ou laiisfaction, is bound 6 .....I !.... ui.uyum(.t; wiuv IlONKST DICK. In paswlng upon a JUiriuu&iu, uuu tiiey i Alxrsx.tn tll gained for its lowest price, purchased to succeed. It mint cither keep up Qk now, of all times, he Is needed In tho it, then returned home and committed claim In favor of Judge It. G. Wll- its standard or unit the field. For over councils of the nation. Inspector Lester suicide. Hain, of Rockcustle, In the Chicago city elections the says: "If the claimant in tho caso had 22 'Sl'AlN has surrendered and accept democrats were generally successful, " ' ? resorted to the methods of a groat num this has been the position ol McKinley's demands." This ed all of a electing four out of the six town tick- ber of other like olllcers In the State to is the message that came sizzling hot( ets und returniug u democratic major Increase his fees in examining court from Washington at 4 l. M. Wednesity to the council. cases ho could have mado that claim day, and caused much excitement when M , ft l lii t I1IUM W. ..... Ol....I'ktiif.i ... It.it.. KIIUII i.irtfi n fif iwinn ni. t lUHWO as Hw. as it is. UUHj, Tlie Great Chicago Merchant Tailors. given to the public. It is most too good the populist State central committee n0 j m be commended for his honesty to be true, however, and while Spain-iThey suited in the lead and have $!fj of ono of the and the discharge of his hesitating, it is not sure that sho will .. head .MI... .I1...1 ... oldest Jefferson and economy . In .. ... I ....1.1 I.. ..11 II I maintained it ever since. Thry arc Q tuuiity luiiimes, uicuub ...l...lll iruiu duty. Let Ills Claim uu ihwu in inn. throw up the sponge. the admitted head ol the custom tailor- - ffi THE ENJOYMENT OF ART tne eiiects oi un operation pertormeu TllE Cincinnati Knquirur says that ing trade of America. lit cry e.ir is '(& Ohio always goes democratic when it for a kidney trouble. Dr George Perkins, of Somerset, Is isn't ncccbsurily an oxpensivo luxury, un a ycaf of progress in the excellence of JM All. - Vjlilini o i.w.... makes little difference to tho country is being said in this mo- - n, .. ..t.t Ul ol. 1,,'j T7ndTilr.nl. Ml . .... less you surround yourself with costly While little JJailOIlb You 1 their goods and in the f.ior ol tens of fvj generally whether sho does or not. trict, it must be acknowledged that burn, and while under treatment was paintings or statuary. walls ran revel in aud ceilings artistic beauty on your 5ft thousands of their patrons. Nearly all of the principal towns elect- Gov. McCrcary is decidedly in the lead stricken with paralysis of tho limbs. by covering theui with such exquisite do. ed democratic officials Monday and in for tho Congressional nomination. Ev 'Dr. i. ui iii,o, w..w leading practitioner signs, tints nnd color, in till ihe latest 'Don'l foraai this. w,ie" )ou ; M r jour nirautc for W Cincinnati tho democratic candidate cry newspaper democratic of course 0f his community, has been the phy3l- - styles in wall papers, from our superior a BORN mit or oincojt jou ate My guatan- supremo judge defeated the repub- in the district has complimented him clan of tho Q. & C. on the Somerset ill Spring stock. for ttfd at to it fit, t)le, iiutcrijl and wntknun- - 5, lican by 1,082 majority. titrwl .i.lill. flfl lllte I'lUtnt'il In Pnniri.njj um nioivwmui vuii(jlW0 ihip. No misukci or mufiu ate tolcratcJ. tfi hum .. nv VISlOn for U quarter of a century, and W. W. WITHERS, i You luie IiuiiJicJ of 4tternsan.l all die latt all of them havo not announced that hundreds of employes whom ho has YOL'NO lady sends us the lirst copy A Ill lSk kiuu tA liA..iVl.) aiinnni.,v litri, ttnnr lin,?n uiioiM.jsmi i v t)lrt to trim from. And after all you cay IS uu jvl(l1 u ..w...v. duiui - - Kentucky. liini, iitinu liutt, of the Ghent Herald with this question: i.i.j HCll win - -- -- im less money than for low grade tailoring. !j . 1. .. Win r. Ill l.ir Inn tu tnrr;l PHOt! -- - Stanford, linrin nil dttnlnn Im nniuulnrr ya .inn.lt."Will wonders nover cease?" We uvi.ii i...w(.ui.,. in ujijfuoniii mo V.UUUI- KOOW LUUU Ilia Hi""."""' CALL ON (j for his Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at should think not when a paper can dacy. Later the situation may chunge nnlv temnorary, with chances a cousin of bloom out in a town as small as Crab but at present it looks very much like nnmiilcto recovery." He is Hustonville. Ky. McCreary. Danville Advocate. Orchard. the Lynns of this county The nomination of Mnj. BREAD, POTATOES and MILK. A Dyspeptics - daily diet. 1 hon. jas. i. Mccreary Con-creml Lob-ano- fight-iat- f, Sats.i-parlll- a a to-d- ay 1 1 ml-sio- a. pro-fosso- 1 T War Declared! lr mes-faag- e, Cream of Style EW DRESS GOODS. hcrt-iImuu l I I t- iriH-nai- y. J four-year-o- ld ii J li. vice-cons- ul llli j CL OTHING DEPARTMENT. c $3(S0,-00- tyl-is- 0. a Carpets, Mai tings, Oil Cloth eli-e- 1 two-year-o- OTTIR, I FIVE SPECIALS Impo-sibl- ILOUIVILiILlH; STOHIII). ucci-den- J time-servin- Stanford Female College. Ta-rL-u.a-r3- udvci-tlsemcnt- of r , Sttih.. 1898. s ! , . J &mMvimmmi8mi)immmmmmz!i!& Experience Tells afil N Tailpring.... A-a-- , I .. I YEARS M. BORN & CO. r.hi-of- s $ T . V. -- p . 1 T I H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. rVMt,ff . ),$,, jtf igi w ''iatworttr7fca3Mr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - April 8, lSgS E. C. Walton, Huhinbsw Manaobii. Tub best physician can't cure you If you do not follow his directions. Get iho bust medicines too. That 1h the only kliul wo furnish. Store. Penny's Drug Comb and select you a sprint,' carpet from our stock or sample line. Wn deFishing taeklo at Craig & Rocker's. liver ready to put on the floor. Sevli erance & Sons. Landiibth's seeds In paper and balk. t New ami fresh. V. U. McRoberts. Kd Is tho name of a new postolllco Pl.Ov Points, Plow Gear and every In Casey county and L. M. Falrcloth thing in the farming line at Warren ifc has been unpointed postmaster. It may bo named for our business manager and Shanks. then again it may not. WANTED To pay cash for all kinds Tub first game of the Louisville Base of country produce. Hiram Powell, Hall Club will bo played with the Gllborta Creek. H13UUIL WtUUUVtIIU iJUIUOVIilU WlllIlIU ittrk, ApPu 15, llt :!::$o. Manager liar-Hook1 v s, Wkddino present at Dnnks' mEiKi wr;'--'ikA- J yvy . It o ;; i fe,rftkftf f i 1 BEATING up TRADE 1 1 P o r- -f 1 m JM o - BY BEHTING DOWN PRIC6S. si tf I J I 1 J i . i Kaas for hatching, barred Plynioth as good us tho country alTords. AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, PERSONAL C. Pallium has our thank fnr rmi. Jluncli Kill Curlers 3c Good Fine Comb 5c II. J. MoKoborts. pllmontary. Miss Mattib Paxton went to LouHunch Steel Curlers 1c Ilamlkorchief 2c Wb have nover before shown such iivillo yesterday. So.MB hungry scoundrel got into C. Paper Pins lc Pen Holder lc Za Set! Mil. W. If. IIiuoiNS wont to Loxing-to- n vnluos in men's, boys' and children's V. Gontry'ssmoko-housoTuesdaPaper Needles Jc Ladies' Good Hose night lc clothing. Sevcrnnco & Sons. Wednesday afternoon. 2 Load Pencils and stole four of his beat old hams and lc Men's Socks lc Mil. and Mus. Josh Oatts, of Kulbur Eraser throe shoulders. Ho hoard his doir lc Laundered Shirt 25c Wk are proparad to do all kinds of nru guests of Mrs. John P. Da.". 2 Pencil Sharpeners lc 10 Sheets Sliolf Paper lc carriage work, trimming, painting, Ac. bark furiously, but it was too cold a vis. Pair Compn'sos night for him to leave his bed to see lc llox Good Illacking lc All work guaranteed. Beazlcy Bros. Mil. 11. H. CltAlT. of Manohoster, Is Dozen Collar Muttons He Overalls what the trouble was. 40c horu. Ho Is practlong law there and BaSTBU hats In endless varioty and Cu'e Toilet Soap lc Bottle Ink 3c TAXKS will eat lis out finally. The doing finely. In the handsomest and most stylish Tape Measures 2c Bottle Mucileye 4c t Mil. AND Mltfl. WlI.MAM KICK have designs. Call an J too thorn. Miss county levy U fixed at 80 cents, the Kino Thimble 2c Good Pocket Uook oc town at 75 cents and thaSuuentft-nm- l moved to rooms in tho old Commorelal Llccle Bcnzloy. 12 Inch Rule lc Good Gingham Apron 15c with an extra 2o cents for school disHotal building. Yd. Lace lc Pr 10-- Keady-madPcpperel! Sheets POc Flowbrs for sale, just arrived, trict purH)ses will mukc Stanford peowas born to Mrs. A UTTl.B daughter Yd. Unby Itibbon lc Indies' Hose Supporters 10c Josu C. Lynn Tuesday, but It lived splendid tisrortmcnt. roses for bodding ple pay over i'l on tho hundred, which Box Hair Pin-- , t lc Thread (good us O. N. T.) 3e chryMiuthcmums n spe- is considerable more thun they want to Carnations and only a few hours. Y.I. Crash 4c Pocket Act. Book lc stand. W. W. WlTllHltfl wont til) to Ll- - cialty. Mrs. W. B. O'Hannon. Yd. Hamburg. 2c Dor Pearl Buttons 5c A VBltY great many people who have ingston yesterday to ndvurtUo his otore Good Comb 5c SBBour Hue of Ba9ter Kid Gloves thought over the matter do not think and soil a fow goods. White. Black, Greed, Mode, Tan, He & Mil. H. CllANCBM.OIl caught a white liotrope and Oxblood, at $1 and SI. 50, that the pikes of the county should bo yo&turday and eont Severance In charge of a man, but each placed mouse at his houo t Sons. given charge of to one man who underh-it to us a a curiosity. PllBTTY Indoed is Mrs. A. A. stands keeping them up at the lowest Mil. B. B. RicillB Is buck from Tex5 display of Bastor hats, but figure. Wo Jo not take at all to tho as and ha decided to locate thoro for when tho snow was coming down Tues- commissioner idea, because it Is vastly the practice of his profusion. 12. O. SlNuurro.v, the Turnor-vill- u day like it does at the north w)lo, they monbut If the court Is wedMil. Wa i ded ti it we hope it will exercise the morchnnt, Is bauk from the elites hud a strangely incongruous look. e discrimination in his ..election. where he bought doad loads of goods. Sl'KAKINU. Bon. G. U. GUbort, of K, C, Shelbyvllle, will address the people of ! nhould he a practical turnpike man GMT. W. H. KlltltV, of the who lived hare for ftavanil yedrs, has Lincoln at the courthouse next Mon- of good business qualifications and unmoved his family from Maysvillo to day at 1:30 o'clock in behalf of his doubted integrity. It may be hard to Hud such a combination, but when such Lexington. clttltns as a candidate for Congress. power is reposed in one man the very Sale. Remember the sale of perMn. Nat Sbwum., .Ik , owe of tho t should be elocted. sonalty at Mr. John M. MeRoberts' DAD. After lingering two months, bet editors of the new London Keptueklau, 10 o'clock. C. L. King, of Mt. Vernon, is horu ntMl reports that his jmpor Is Eastkb Sunday. To tome, the this, Friday morning at Is deed frotn the effects of wounds at pr5r!iig. most attractive berrjee of the day, Lydia Mru.iNS. a stood old colored SU1T. J. I. McKlNNKV. of th L. A the ttHoda of the Lungfords. Ptue will be Umt of tho children of the Mis. woman, died in the Halls Gap section it. .it Moetgomory, wmw up to see tl Tinirfonl wh Jailed, but Blzu Iaiigford Ion Bund at the .Christian church be- Tuesday and wo buried Wednesday. In all the now shapes. New Short Cbrsets, Long and Extra Long, fiiiker yesterday, who remains In n wim mi found. ginning promptly at 7 l. M. This lmiHl in such celebrated makes as Thompson's Glove Fitting, W. B., Croco, " orltitwl condition. Death. Undertaker McClary furAc A IXK.WT. option election will be held of1 little workers lwvo for their object J. BoiiON. of KIdd's Stor, In Hxrrodehurg May lOih and it will the building of homes in India for tho nished a eollln yesterday for the Infant Urwifcht Miw Mary Mtiyee, of Spring Itmbttbly, imys the Saying, be the first heHthcn children, where they re fed, son or Prank Davie, of the Hall's Gap fleld, voWr. J II. McAlUwr'e, where clothed and educated for mleeioimrtee section. election uoder the new law and the few days. the will ieutl TllK next entertainment at Walton's of this election u'lll be pioiiiul to their own eople. An offertory will n Mk. II W. Smith, the lie ptiri of the program and they hOe OpeiirUouso i Farmer Hopkins, to be by the county eotnmlwloiieru whoever pWH eogiiHwr, left yeelertluy for Ladies Vests ut 3c, 5c, 1 c, 15c, 25c, and up Lndies' Sumiuor Untheir oaue-- will upiveal to the generosi- preaented by the inimitable Frank s. rf?f. be. ion Suits at 25c and 50c Children's Gauze Vests and Pants at 10c to vtt, where he will take client of they nut? April 23d." ty us well as th luwrt of every one Davidson, 25c, according to size. the MweriMge engineering. Tub gunrds were reuiorod from tho present and eeh will reeond with k graduate In dentistry Danville rule on the Stanford pike thank ottering on this Baiter day. Tho TllK Farmers Bank te Trust Co. sent 1$ AMOKU the assish( tlie Ohio College at Clncliinatl. was Tuedity nml toll U being eolleclod church choir in full will render their $5,000 In silver by expioes to the WedWilliam M. Myers, of Ciwb Orchard. without U10 aid of vuns. Mr. J. S. Bos-ie- y most valuable asslsUinee, hence the as tant U. S. treasurer at Cincinnati A young lady nlo gmdwuved. telU u that the uoiiuty of Boyle mi ran eo that the program will be IxHh nesday. Five strong boxes wero used and tho lot weighed over 300 pounds. Mr. S. II. MAltTlN ami iwctty daugh- condemned the road at'600 a mile and pleasing and instructive. B. o We show a belter line of Talleta Silks at 75c than you will And elseter, Mien Berdn, came down from .I thru didn't take it. The price of the RbmaIUvAIILB. The Cii'zurinn operuj where IlL'lim.B. After a short illness, Gordon's lecture pArt in this county wax puld for at S1K)0 U) hour Gen. lion was performed by u train on a ewe which becan with an attack of colic, and were guests of Dr. ami Mrs. 15. J. a mile. bolonging to K. P. Woods Tuesday. It Mr. Win. Hubble passed to the beyond Brown. the Will BCH.D Master of Trains B. at 2 l. M. Tuesday, aged SI years, lie cut hor wldo open without injuring and Mil. J. O. PACK, of Bowling Green, little lamb, which Is still alive representing the Providence Savings X. Holler and Bnglueor J. It. Orndorir was a native of Pulaski, but came to growing. BilWe show you 25c different styles in new Madras and Percale Shirts. this county a quarter of a century or j Lifo Insurance Co., of New York, Is havo each contracted with W. It. LOOK Oct! In order to renew the jwople to Insure. He lion for a residonce at Livingston. They more ago, after marrying a Miss HudBest 50c Shirt you ever saw, with and without collars. here Inducing our stack, tho Wator Works will claims to olTer a plan that will interest will be built aftor the order of Mr. S. son, who survives him, as does live smoke have to shut down 10 or 12 hours on P. Staggs cottages on Ixigan avenue, children Spencer, L. F., R. L. nnd the most dubious. 'it. conHubble and Mrs. M. B. Eubanks,' Sunday, April 10th. So look out for LincilBU OWSI.KY, BSQ., telephoned except that Mr, OrndorlTV will be W. siderably larger. all highly honorable and excellent your boilers and wator supply. J. from Lnnenotur for roMM'vod seat Haydcn, manager. horu withAn entertainment A KKW nights ago while Dr. Steolo clliaons. The docouscd was a member out tho M)Hilar young lawyer would Bailey was attending Mrs. J. S. Hock-o- of the Christian church and a man of Fined -- Davo Peyton and E. Hoge, of with about be like the play of Han-losome one loft an old l.ore with an honesty, integrity and Usefulness. His Moroland, were tried yesterday before '' omitted. the irlnulNil old army uddlu on, lied where he had days wore much beyond the allotted Squire ColTey at McKinncy for disorH. G. COOK, tho .leilleo jeweler, litis left hi.. Xuxl day the doctor's horte spun of life, but ho retalnod his vigor derly conduct and were lined $104 each. jolnoil his wife at Mrs. A. B. McKin-ney'was found at Mr. Charles Patterson's. to a rumarkable degree and was us ac- Peyton paid ills line but Hoge will Your House Willi The He says that there Is little or Tlie old hore belonged to a Negro man tive as ninny men 20 years his junior. work his out in jail. no"mall-poIn his town now and never in town and some ecnmp had taken him After a funeral sermon by Eld. (ieorge Mil A. C. SINE has received one of has been except among tho lower olacs with the Intention of riding him homo, Gowon, at tho Hubble church, a long of Nog roue and a white man or two till ho found the doctor's a hotter and cortege followed the remains to their his patent quick change cash drawers, is net only u wonderful money Unit niu with thorn. Both animals were resting place in the Lancaster Come-t- o which a bpeedler one. A Complete L.ine Of ry. box, but a pretty piece of furniture. It City, returned to their owners. COU ISAAC SlIBUiY, of Shelby was at tho Palace yostorday. returning Tub llscal court met Tuesday with will retail at $25 and It looks like tho WlHTK. The LoulsvilluTimes print- County Judge J. P. Bailey presiding inventor has a good thing in it. Chicago. Be thinks that home from tho government should Issue WOO.OOO,-00- 0 ed a rather poor picture of Capl. and Squires W. A. Colfey, W. D. Wal- TUB Centre Collegu catalogue, now greenbacks instead or bonds for White, who used to sllni: type In this liu, J. A. Slngloton and J. II. Rulnes In the hands of the Advocate Job Dewar emergencies and that the gold in ollloe, with this comment: Capt. Frank present. A calculation showed that it partment, shows that there will be 30 At tho truiifciiry would warrant such an is J. While, of Lancaster, is 73 years of would take the limit to pay the coun- graduates in the senior clas of 'OS in - Cincinnati Bnqulrur. age, and a Mexican war veteran who ty oxponees this year and 25 cents on sue. tho Academic Department. In the law fiMN. .Ioiin B. Gordon, one of tho has not allowed his age to deprive him the $100 for turnpikes and 25 for ordiclass there are 33. John C. Robinson, last prominent survivors of the great of his love of martial glory. He says nary expenses were accordingly levied, i of this coucty, is among the number. uonillct, arrived In town yesterday to he is willing and anxious to lead a com" tho proceeds to bo kept separate. The ee Whisky Selbkii Aiiubstbd. Dep tell our people last night "About the pany to Cuba and light for her Inde- poll tax was lixed at SI 50 J. S. OwsFirst Days of tho Confederacy," with pendence. He Is perhaps the oldest ley, Jr., was allowed $125 as tho coun- uty U. s. Marshal ueorgo ruompson which Ills name is ho Indelibly linked. journeyman printer In Kentucky, and ty's portion f his salary as Common- took to Mt. Vernon for trial vestorday probably tho best. A diilogutlou of Confederate T. D. James Marino, who was arrested here wealth's attorney. mm - met him at Junction City and enter by Marshal O. J. Newland, on a teleHad. This Item, which is taken Nowland returned a delinquent list of gram. Marino is charged with selling tatnod him at tho St. Asaph last night. from tho Columbia Newt,, will cause re- 012 polls and $3,038 worth of property, Tho four years that have elapsed since gret among the legion of friends of the which was allowed and ordered to be whisky In Laurel. Ho was met bore ho was hero have mudo but very little young man: "Joshua' Stone, who wns sold at public auction bo fore tho court- bv a woman, Mrs. Snow, and sho was Our p.ilnt will be eliimjujr for you now Hum It will bo next year. Not because tlie prlco will mint. Tho woo will become mar change in his uppoaraneo and all are reared near Liberty, and who somo house door, April 15th. Judge Bailey also arrested, but there was nothing Is coins to advance, but because It oil fill ulorlxnl an J It will lequlro more to the pores. against hor nnd sho was released. grand old man looking gla'J to see the years ago was a student In C. C. col- and County Attorney Harvey Helm so wall. Speaking of the attempt that will lege, this plugc, has gotten himself in- wore appointed a committee to examacbe made to get a change of service on to trouble. Forthe last 11 years he ine Treasurer A. A. McKlnney's LOCAL HAPPENINGS, has been a clerk In tho olllco of tho au counts and they did so llnding them the K. C. the Richmond Climax suys: ditor for the postoillca department at correct. A measurement of the Lan- "If the concerted action of Richmond, LBT Banks repair that watch It le tho greater ccono ny If you buy tho paint of us. 1 ' Washington. Bo was arrested In that caster fc Crab Orchard piko showed Stanford and Lancaster to induce the Sbi: Biggins V McKlnnoy's Disc city fow days ago, charged with alter- that it was I of a mile longer than wus oilielals to run a morning train from Harrow on wheels. ing a money order, defrauding the gov thought and thedllTorenco was allowed. Richmond shall prove elllcacious. there ernment out of 8100. He was held in The court corrected the purchase of will bo rejoicing all along the line." THY our 10c Jelllco cooking coal. .1. $1,000." we hope he will bo nble to the Stanford & Lancaster pike to read Tho visit of the committee to General H. Baughman & Co. $3,500 for the Individual stock and an Manager Metcalfe, at Louisville, was prove his innocenco. -- TI1Eorder was made to issue the stockhold- postponed on a telegram from him that HOMEGROWN Brazilian sweet potaTUB Young Ladies' Homo Mission ers three $1,000 bonds and one $500 in he would be forced to bo out of tho city. toes at nigglns & McKlnnoy's. - i' m Society, of tho Methodist church, will payment. Tim Crab Orchard & DanTHE rain of Monday turned that Frazlor cart, good hold their regular "Easter Open Ses- ville piko will bo paid for In bonds of SHCOND-HANTue-da- y morning sion" next Sunday at i v. m. Every- $500 each, at Its request. J. B. Paxton night Into a snow and condition, for sale. M. S. Baughman. $10 for examination and saw tho heaviest fall of the winter body Invited. The program is as fol- was allowed Wb havo some extra good clover hay lows! Organ Voluntary; Opening Cho- settlement of accounts with ShurltT covering the ground. It was two or Baugh.it 15o per 100 pounds. J. JI. rus, lllng Ye Easter Bells; Prayer; Newland on order made last October. threo inches deep and as tho moreury & Co. man Hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign;" Respon- J. W. Beldcn was allowed $3 a month went down 10 degrees below frcezlng,It his supicrt and several others is safe to say that most of tho peaches Sbb our now madras cloth at c, sive Reading; Song, Hall to tho Risen towards question of elect- and other early blooming fruits aro as cheviots 121c, ginghams at 10c. Sev- Jesus; Recitation, All Hall; Soilg, Ho smaller sums. Tho see Is Ucre; ing a commissioner to aftor all tho dead as a door nail. Tho snow is nearly Is Risen; Recitation, Spring erance fe Sons. nnd A to; Responsive turnpikes of tho county was discussed, all "one now and yesterday was bricht Duet, Soprano ' NEW Wall Paper of tho latestspring Reading; Song, If Yo Then Bo Jgn; but decision reserved till next meeting, and cloudless, though chilly. Tho pro- to suit tho pur- Essay, Tho Risen King; Duet, AlMiid Anrll 15. It is said that A. C. Dunn diction wns "fair and warmer Friday." styles. Prices made chaser. W. II. McUoborts. Tpnor; Exercise, What Say tho LllicsV; has the promise of threo votes for tho There have been six or eight frosts Baritouo Solo, Quartet Refrain; Ad- place, If that method of managing tho ' since tho warm spell in aiarcn, when Dbad. Mr. John Bright says an By Pastor; Solo, With Cuorus; pikes Is decided on, which, of course, peoplo got It Into their heads that tho shows that tho peaches, dress, winter was over. Exercise, Easter Gifts; Closing, Chorus. will elect him. peart, plums and cherries aro dead. pi P I y Mon-tlcell- o, I I I 1 1 e w g ; O I t IS J? 1 1 1 - W. H. SHANKS. $ H J gn-ittes- t ! ESgsgSEpf mmmmmi:WmMmA;fMssm!J ft M ei-Jiult- tr New Corsets. m DT. m f 1 oUI-oe- re welt-know- Kot-fol- k, e ...... J Ladies' Vests. Silk Waists. --4. m w m Roek-iwhU- m I i Gentlemen. & m Lo-run- SEVERANCE yes-mrita- y. $wmmwmsm3mMm SOVS. r, t, elmi-neto- -- s. x m BEST MATERIAL Supplies. Paints, Oils. Varnishes and Painters CRAIG & MOCKER'S, If loin House hk Fainting 1 take-mor- e PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY FOVVVS DRUG STORE. 1 11 I I i A M 1 - . i. m e ELDREDGE ! 1 J J '. SEWINQ MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, something new, sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. 1 fofrart 7 THE INTERIORJOURNAL x"bli.ai3.oT'-o.aai.o.ya BRODHEAD'S BOOM. THU LITTLE TOWN I'UTTINd ON CITY AIKS. BltOUHEAD, April 0. I MILLINER Y. I jr. A thorough In- SV! '- PKK Y1C.A.H. IN I They cau departSO.0O0 pounds of Wool vcuntod. 50 barret llonrlup UlClllHl A first class, ticed salesman and Mill with Elevator, Hue Hesldenco Hiiilfttook compounding prescriptions market price. Pee mo before you m1I. J. ment man. s mi II. IJoo.nu. Stanford. Kv. of wheat and corn for sale Mill running .12 37 p m on one side, bundling domestics on the No. 24 Train going North full tltnu and dlsHislnp of entire out put at ,: 3 13 a li " No. 26 satlsfiietorv prices. The plant should W 1210 am other and lu tho extreme South end of " 25 " South No. "I have suffered from disordered Jcldncy and seen to Ik) "appreciated. Will bt sold at n " ........... " 12. plu the building adorns a stool in capacity No. 23 " irritable bladder for MiTural years and hate bargain. Ill health forces mo to niilt the ForalllPolms. tried many remedies la hope of relief, but all milling 1uttiiei. Terms easy, fall on or as general manager for the Bower Gate O. C. VANAUSDAU:. KO'IUII TICKCTS SOU). tailed until I obtained a nampto Nix of Dr. address. Mattering prospects to I Latch Co.. with Ilustouvlllo. Kv HAGUAOK CHECKED TIlUOUHll. will stand my Hue young Jack, Sambo, at my Hobbs Sparairm Kidney Pills. They (jave mo success. A car load has been received Mable near Morelaud this i"eaon at, For anr information enquire ol such relief that I bouijht a full box and alnco and Kentucky's tlelds are full of solici uslnir It feci like a new man. My back has JOE S. MCE, Agent, ceased nclllnir. mv rest Is no lnnirer itlturtt Livixi Stanford, Ky. tors, returning profits already from 01 by rlslniral nluht time to urinate, and I never Dealers In Sambo Is'by Joe lllacklmrn, Jr , data Sim liout's felt better lu my life. I shall always feel counties. FRANKFORT AD CINCINNATI. trratcful for the food your medicine lias done jennet, Through a point of justice and disre- Importedproven lie Is 1S, hands high, tine bone me." t,KO. Swanigfn, and ha to lie a sure ftnt gutter. IMrtiec In5i3 Court St., Louisville, Ky. VIAOEOHULTOWN. garding ridicule, the article Is doing its terested can see two of his colts at my place As I A. r. M a. m. v. d representatives are believe that I hate an extraordinary good mule Order Oinee nml Teed Exchange "ear own work while the 2,00 Arl2M Lve. Somerset, 35 " 11 SI Crtisslnir, Ueixit St., Munford. Kv. 315 Jet City. far in the rear. At this juncture, J. G. jack I make this low price, In order tlut the eople f.3U "05 4 50 Arri.corgctown, Lt 9 35 Coal Yard. Mill St., lnlolj J. II. UlpBln " 6 30 300 Frith joins the chase and after doing a generally, may become acquainted with hisjiirved " Frankfort, 11 5J !20 Jan. I Stand. Satisfaction t'uar.iuteed. (i J. In;. my plaee onSatnnlay, .Spt., 3, lsW, IjwlU years business 5 30 l. 8 40 CIO Paris Arr At Kidney Daily except Sunday. Harve Dunn, of Danville, made It Frith glre ri la gold for the bet colt by him. C. D.BERCAW.G.r.A rOlt HAI.K AT persevering busi15 hands & Dunn and with his Also Jumbo, a blackjack, MIIS U. D. SIMI'SON, l'ror . QUEEN & CRESCENT. brings the race considerably high, will jierrc a few jjood mares jfrec. 1 will ness ideas also at the same Jplaeeaudday giro SiTw lit gold : In their favor. This week their 50 feet for sTAxroim kv.. I Trains pass Junction City as follows: hl best colt. vw 3 51 p ra addition will be completed, after which 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South It II KIN(J, Moreland.Ky. Crr V2 0iam 3 24 am No. 3 " Newly furnished; clean beds; bi1c:h1m1 "4 " " fi " ......132 pm a 82,000 clothing bill, with a thousand 11 Ham No. 5 " iMinnnni I'orlerf tabic. Everything liit-cl...... 8 20pm "10 " No. 9 600am or more dollars In other goods, will JsU trains. l'i muet Jllllll No and 2 do not stop. 0 and 10 run no further lead this place for extensive business. man junction my. R. S. Martin, now 1898. DURABLE & Co., employs four clerks including Standard, No. 12 V. Royal makes the food pure, GrARAXTEKI). the late Prof. C. A. Chandlc, who for Solid dark bsy, 10 hands and weighs ;i,20 lbs. wholesome and delicious. three years lu our college as principal, Full brother to ljtelle 2 ID,i,"untralmM, but d reputa speedv. A tested breeder of comhiued Roadsters gained his title and The HlueroNurerles oiler even thine I for these people and Eastern Ahorses of suerIor action, site, style tion, takes the road for Orchard, Harden. I.uwii. No Agents. horses thatandl readily for and sliced. claw Strawberry unit gonernl nursery Ca tu Cogue with a line of tobacco and Hour of the good price Will make the present season at on nppllctktlon to II. T lllM.K.NMKVint. firms own manufacture. LoMngtsiH. Ky. (Ie2 Telephone 217. J. Thomas Cherry Is well recognized $10 To Insure A Living Colt. throughout the country as a dealer. Tom holds the cash register LOUISVILLE-HOTEunder his thumb, while H. L,. Tharp, late of Richmond, handles the scoop Louisville, Ky., and Miss Bertie Hilton strives to paciKNOXVlUkUmSION. d -- u junj. u. xiun'iiit ior place, controls at the closest mean ing "A Merchant's Medley." rrott MUSI' one lino to many and an average of one change per 25 years leaves things some ' what huddled, though Mr. A. is an up business man having made his KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. change with the season and style. It is Trains lenve Mniibml ai 7:10 a. in., returning there wo find J. C Watson, an appren at 4: 23 p. m. 1U1.-JUIU - When not sopaldCJS.GO will voice of the town eqimls a lively Im provement in three years past. ComAD V.A.2SCUC mencing with the. Jtd years standing Frith, then cornea general store of ondrtliavs e charged. have received nt mv homo n complete .Kentucky line or stviMi coous. icoruiaiiy invito mi Hustonville, my friends nnu acquaintances to como unci Oilers his services to the people of West Lincoln Inspect inv goods. ltepectfiillv. " and Casey counties. Full stock of CotQnsand CaskIiETTlRrlliKWIS. ets alwayaou hand I) Turnersvlllo, Ky. I S. Carpenter. Manager. 95 t. strTToar, Undertaker, ' TO CONTRACTORS. lllds will bo received to April 13, nt noon, for the building of the Now Church at Mt. Morlali. For further Information, plans and specifications, nddress, .?. 1). 1IASTIN. MRS. KITTY KING. GKAll OKCirAKD. ICY. IIpb jtiBt returned from the Kwell, Ky. T.-S- ' lw IjnLjiral t EM to-dat- o War between piano dealers hits for.'eti me to buy my goods direct from the factories nml pay spot cuslu .nut tli it t Is why I sell u good piano for loss money than It euulx'had iinv where on earth. Pianos from 50 to S.V0O. Organs S33 and up. Onll on or ad(?) dress, .1. S. IIKCO. Stanford. Ky. W .A. DR. R. m. PH6LPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON, DE2, I are Inconvenient durlnt the tiny and destroy rest at night. They make life a misery Instead of a blessing. They Direct mnny persons TROUBLES 10, UJ BLADDER uecay oi vital power. " Ihj MnrUets nml has brought whit her n choice selection of all the novelties of tlio poiison. An Inspection of her rock Is so& licited. For hatching. EGGS. Lnugshnu, Turkcvn, Unihnins nml Hronzo ICy. lllnck Llylit fiO Stan ford, Olllce - - Kentucky. McKlnney s stun-- . 60c, over IllkticliiH.V. setting of 18. Shelliy ( ity, Pure slock. I. il S. por Tavis, WOOL I the ago of r11" and are usually accom- - after thoy reach opportunity Of Your Life ROI1&UT FIN EX, Tho crack barlM'r. Is now Imek nt his olrt stand In Mrs. Kgbert's store-roorundy you n llrst-cla- s hhave and haircut. All needing work should call on him. He Is sure to please you. Crab Orchard, Ky. 64 m CURED SAMBO. BOUND TO SELL All All All All All All All All those Mulla Cultivators, those Hall bearing Deering mower. those Hall hearini; Dcuriug binders, those nice working Deeripg hay rakes, those noat looking huKiun, those (.olid Oak suits Furniture, those cross rowing com planter, of those nt I.. CAItPKNTKK'S. Hustonville, Ky. $3 to Insure a jj Colt. NOELcS6SON, K'tll-ron- Coal, Corn And Hay, 11 l. single-hande- d, PARAGUS ,- - fltio'-'-eur-)M ;r Penny's Drug Store, mum, Mason Hotel in caster, Kentucky. !. FIRE INSURANCE 1 Insurance Company OF KHOOKUN. : PHOENIX Martln-Prother- oe Dorseu Goldflust, mm SI'UING, gilt-edge- PRCE, S35. Trees, Plants, Vines. Caledonian Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUNDICD IHOo. tmi AK0 BAK1SO fair-squa- re R.B.MAHONY.Agt, I Roscoe, a GoodJack, bTAM'UUI), KY. at $5 toInsure Colt. the ladies' curiosity In tho millinery department, which position all men TUelabred young 1'edro Hull A. V f C, No. would consider the chief. A. E. Al Ktni; or all Jer 4'i,Wl, by old l'edro No. .l.lsT-t- he POWDER bright, in a 1 ixlG building, does a 10x seys that eoit SIO.OO1) and hai to his credit S3 testfij business, followed closely by J. H. ed daughters with record Absolutely Pure that average over li lbs., Hilton, at the old Woodyard stand. and graud ilreufSO tested daughters,!1) averaging Dr. J. M. Clark, with residence, ofVoiiug l'tslru's dam Infanta I'edn Majorani, prefice and a full line of drugs under one ROYM. lO0Ca CO., htw YORK. mium cotr at World's Kalr, and test of 17 lbs, 6 oz , roof, Is getting along contrary to the in K'Ten d.iy trlth tint calf This young Hull can BIWflHiiHIIBa presentadmlnlstration,andhasa4,Klon- - boaitofa combination of butter prixlucltig uali A. S. dike" trade. W. H. Collycr & Co. gives ties uuexceliol If eualltsl. With every cn testWorld's Fair f employment to three engravers In Mar- ed lie cjinblnes the blood 3th,the great Kurotas Champion 1'edro, itokeogis the and as a side issue fancy '22 lbs, 7 or. Imp M ttldi. 17 lbs, and her daughter ble Works candles, &c, in a partition of same. Matilda 1th. 21 II K, oz, Majoram 2nd. 15 lbs. on Uncle Albert Butner established u grass alone and her Illustrious dam Imported Ma Victor Hugo bull the U--t blacksmith shop at the same time that joram 16 lbs, also coming a lnbnsl do through clian- Orticeover MrKolvris' Prug Store lu the'lOwsler they Iirne, 3,235, and Iluildiue. T. S. Frith was learning to manipulate els K) near this young bull's inMigrve, alauinding the scales and every day the forge Is on lioth sides lu heavy buttej makers and prize aglow, notwithstanding there are three winners, there can Ik. no question as to his rapaci"or r,v more In lively operation nearby, but ty as a producer of sujierior milkers and buttercows. fy A.Y.C.C.4G961 i. AMERICANS EUROPEAN I.LANS. Ilest-tumn- H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, , Kllu-l.'o- !RCF, b. PEinrsr, oit'rpou Lancaster street at Residence 'mim vnfordf : Ky. j.c.jvicCLyuY &&. XS? v' " tfHHsQi R! mro-JBTAKB- HA .it- - C3 Aiul .' Dealer i-i,- in ww. a VMir wotr p.rs STANOHl). KY V'OsHOOiVoo.c4sVsV4s4 311 1EAI.KK In Itecord 2:2S, trial 2 22. Chestnut stallion, IV, hands high, bred y Dr. I llerr, lxltigtoti, Ky. BMBEE & GaSTLEMJIB. At G a. M., Jerry Frith pulls the 3337MANAtlKIlS, whistle of two saw mills, which signifor Sire of 2i, o the dams ofl30. includlnr lUlpli Wilkes, 200 l, Crawford, 2:i7 J, CohMtntlne, 2: l! fies nothing less than a dollar-a-da- y Commerco Building-- Louisvillo Jupe, Ai , sons have !red over ISO. at least 50 citizens. He also holds the dam Variety dam of Ogdeusbrg by Orance IIIohsuhi ;m 2 W. Agents Throughout the outh. 2:2S'4; papers to furnish the L. & N. with all by Middlelowa 15J tlrnof lotirteen building material, such 2 dam.... repairing and anil me ilaius ol nneen in 2 W,, sou of Hamliletoiilan 10. as ties, locust posts, bridge timbers, 3 dam by Trumper'i;llellfoundcr, local Agent, &c, on the Knoxvlllo Division with an UUANtii: HI.OSSOM 2:1s sire of Orange ChlefS' IS1,, eight others and the 2 2(V4 etc ), by Mlddletowu 152, dam Nellie 1'ost 'dam ol Orange Ilud 2 2H, , by Aiuerleau Star It, etc occasional order on the Main Line. R Stanford, - - - Kentucky. STANFORD, KY. P. Pike and T. K. Francisco uses the $10 lash on a span of mules as hackmen on e Is an extremely talllou with all the form, finish and nlyle of his faKing ho Is nf Mambrt-nthe Crab Orchard line and other coun- mous family. W Itli the exception of Mambrlno and marks unusable lly the haiHlomt mn ngards Kitchen. Illls sure and very tine breeder his gt wiiitt'ifat unlformlly a Bank&Trust Co try towns. good looks and pure gait. He has a good disposition, any one euu handle and drive him. lie style, and the As yet the voice of tho Fair Company is one of tiie purest gaiteI lioreslii Is an world hurso Ueapahluof Ironing much f.ster than his record lie OK STANFOUU, KY. easy with him always and lie Iks IrottMl miles In 2 22 and lo get lu eoiidittou lias Ills if quite unheard, but with Ed Albrignt ipiarlers In i seconds. AH tho training he eer had In his life would uot amou t to ix uiomhv He over at New Albunr, Ind , bitched loan old S20D.C00 Ov as secretary will work up a long list of obtained his record when a Fgalust a Held of a muddy track lie won the rnee In three straight heats Paid up Capital, aed liorwi. nshloned high wheeled sulky Tin: 17.003 80 good premiums. J. W. Moore, an en- lie Is very level headed, afraid of uothlng He Is show birseas well .is a tmlter Has Urn shown at Surplus, Iiidl.ui.i .md : a. .on n nuuilwr uf premiums. Has won a numsometif thebe-- l Fairs in Kenturki and ergetic farmer, who has sold four ber of sweeintake premiiinisi SOUTU'S G8EJTE5T SYSTEM. My provisions of Its eharter, dtsillors are of fertilizers, 500 bushels seed as are deixnltors in aUonal llauvs, A Good Jack At $8 To Insure A Living Colt. fully iirutKcied bring held Individually liable to lis slureholdsrs oats and a great many bushels of other Will Also Stand al the extent of the auioiintof their slock therein ini'i:ni:tiiati: seeds, will, it Is thought, organize a M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. the par value thereof, In addition to the amount vested lu suili shares. It may ael as executor, ad Board of Trade, Commerce Exchange uilnlstiatur, trustee, Ac., as fully as an Individual EIGHT GREAT STATES Tendering our thanks lo those bo hare entrustor feomethinj; of that kind, if time du- to us. e trust they will continue KeiitucUv. Tennov.ee, Vlrplnln, ed their business Georgia, jilicates us these three yeara. to do so, and we oiler as a guarantee fur prviupl at& North mid South 1 bluffs don't go. In these progressive three years two more churches have been erected, so now instead of one on Sunday morning Is a summons for the at I), a of God. children trio-tollin- Service Tee $5. I HVAU, Stanford Ky is the finest in The Ladies Indies the city. Every convenience How can it be done? Simplicity in the city. construction and not belonging to the spending the day iu on otllco.lloor. Uentluntn's Cnfe Typewriter Trust result in an honest product at an honest price. The Illickcns THOMAS A. MULLICAN, derfer is the only high grade machine at Manager. reasonable cost It is built on strictly scientific principles, nml of only t lie best Music - Tues l.tv, Tliurid.iy andJSunday Evening. and most durable material. Some distinctive features, visible woik, lntercuangeaole type, portability, durability, doing away with ribbon nuisance, tin varying alignment, unexcelled manifold ing. S4 separate ch racier-"- , etc., etc TINNING & PLUMBING, The 11 ickciwlcrfer is the only typeA NFORD, Y. , writer receiving highest award at vVorldV Fair. Improved Miice Is no-- prepared to do nil kinds of Dumbing Send for catalogue and testimonials and Tinning. :?olu proprietor of Ioau' HlacW Diamond IUhiI Puiut. Telephone No. MOOItK IIROS., GEN L ACTS, Shop on Mill St,, oppslte J. 20, residence E Favetle st. 218 Fst. X. W II. llnughinati & Co.S Mill 'o - ttn'or Mil, Washington, D. C t fr t Stanfokd, Kv., Is Receiving lita Full And Vlntcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Joux II. J. r T. Jones, I: ST Casilui A.H. .(I. Labium, l'-- 21-- tt H- OQDESBUIQ 8787. absEam"brino 'a-tclier- g A.C.SINE. AND DOORS, SASH INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. 58. Hln-o- 8- - , 1 vr. a. thibbXsJe, Will Stand at Nm'.-denUrg )H-- to Insure A Living Colt. lln-ls- hand-om- Farmers Soutnem Railwau m cat-load- s V. W. O. Cherokee Corn Planter kT u I Tornado Harrow i j:ig-pgp,ui-- w Wl " ijtittht rw4iitf These loving, tender words were borne: 'Is that you Mnudio, lovely dear? ' With shriek of terror, loud and shrill. She cried while trembling: like a "Oh, Fred, please turn your back until I get my clothed and put. them on!" Ml lie called her up at early mon Hi telephone, and to her ear tention loaanir our 30) ears' sirleiii In liaiik. lug and aslllieralaecommoilatloiis as are eonsUleul with round banking. OIKCCTOHS, Carolina, Alabama, .Mississippi. Ml Vornani J.J. Wlllliw,II. CHmiulH, V. iyiu it4.t tfffltttfT-tfrif- i fawn: S Owsley, Sr., WltlUiu tlBoeh, h J. Kinbry, J. K. Lynn. J. N. Menfee. J. A. J. H. Owtlev, S. II. Slwuks J. 1'. Csl V. rrwehetsvnbs Carpenter, Through Sleeping Cars Iletwetin LouNvlllu uur' tho South. Zfkfk&iH"iH"kyl"kki 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIUIIIb V.L.I..I..I. ;W S. It, Shanks. Proxident: J. II. Owsley Oislder, arriiEk.. TJIREE DAILY TRAINS llrlght Tellel Ench way between Louisville and Lexington W..V Tl'ItlC. (1. p. A.. Washington. I). ('. W. 11. TAYLOR. A. O. P. A. Lonlsvllle. Ky. Southern Baptist Convention, Nor-- f Tickets on bale jk, Va., May v iiithe Queen & Crescent Route at the I s jpy IJ2idiBfc i ""''- rate of one fare for round trip from all pjlnts on Its line to Norfolk, Va., ac The I heroke is a perfect ( luck Ilower; a pet feet Raid Diop Phtnter ami a count the convention, which meets at fect Self TmiIi Planter Try one. Dates of sales, that point May 2. 2. V. M. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUD, KY. Per- Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, 515.750 irtttiftjfrffH Rfe&tH H5JWW2 W May 2nd to 0th, pood to return 10 days after date of sale. The most attractive r jnto to Norfolk Is via the Queen cc Crescent Route. wUeis Mitticlenl" and a word frimtlicuKe should be sullielciit, but you esk wlia aro the wlsf Those who know, Tho oft re peated exnerieiu-- of trustworthy irsons may Ie taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. Ttrry says Cough Iteiuedy gbes littler Kitlsfuction than any other In thu market, lie has lieen iu tho drug liuslnos.s at Klkton, Ky., for twelve years; has sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly nil other cough medicines manufactured, which s.ios cnnduMU'ly thai Chamberlain's Is the most satisfactory to tho people, and Is the best For sale Craig A 1 locker, Diugglsts. V " word to tin 1111: WW! K & '1 Cham-berlaii- rl ft r S 7 T f "2 VlttXir T l,Lt.n e T K..ll.CO., niiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiniiiiiir 4. v ?i XtffitTitTJfttTjft1rJt VtPtt f t .. '., ! K W Wlj? WW VWtPTO '.' .ta ai a.i mi ml rjp r JT ..! TV mAm ip FOR The Cylinder Basting and mMmBm Baking Pan. friivmaTt',i&'u',lJVsSZi'M Yon can saveg tfmxrLfrftrj Both Time aassai Siw5 and Trouble. . .- SALE BY U. 3. BRIGHT. Attention of tho public Is called to the fact thai this Is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions 'it tho National Hank Act depositors are seemed notouly by tho capital slotk, "BIG "White City Mlii'lK. assets are exauilued nt stalwl times by government agents, thus seiullngauuiiiouai aim pvrie i wiei. ire statcmetilsol tho cunditiouol the lUnk aieliudt each ear lo the Pnltl Slates (oTeiniilelil and Its Hon oiualin the Steele i.,i, i.v tim iiipklmUleni' lliibllllv lor mi iimtunl so lhat deiswlmrsof this lustltu a fund ol sXli),0Ui 1 Ive secured by The llest I.liietnnnd 4 From .urn TOLEDOAND IDI2TROIT All I'olnts lu Michigan. CHICAGO. Sin-clal.- -. r.1 ' x'i, Aetsmnis nf Individuals, acd IndlvidJalssollclted. earer This lustiiiillon originally established the De IKtsIt Hank ol Stanluld lu liwt, then rtr),uiilxvd as ofhlanlord theatioiialasHank First Nutlonal In l?i and again liaukof Stanford nsirgauled tho in iM'j.has had prattieally aiiunliiUrrupb-- existJ. years. It Is better aupplled now wlu ence for (ai tilth's for transatllng business fr.iiitly and liberally than bver liefore In Us long mid hom.ihliU 8duelarIos,tliu DIKKCTOKS ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel lh'st Terminal Statlou. BOSTON. Wagner Slecplng;Cars. UuBet I'arlor Cars, Wagmr Sleeping Cars, 1'rivat Omipartmeut Cars, llUgant Ouaclies and Ufa lug Cars, Ue sure your tlckeU read via "IHO KOUIt L. O. McCOUMlCIC, WAItllKNfJ. LY.NC1I TratUo Mgr., Ass. Ceil. I,js.lA Tkt CINCINNATI OHIO. w&$ft kt&i$"bihbik w J BrllUh landlords are said to own 20,- mv stoie and wo w ill explain how you cau obtain one of these Daslcrs free actus of land in the United Otll at The roast is retolve through tho juices while cooking. States' an arou lart'er tlma lhat of Ire" charge 0O0.0OU 1 land. MARK HARDIN. J. W. Hnvln, Stanford F. Held. Lincoln Co.; S. II. ljaugluuan, " S.T. Harris, " ' T F. Hill. J S. lloeker, " " W. A. Trlhble. V. I". Walton " Oreh'd M. J. Mlllti, Mternon. of J.H.Colller.Crah M, D.Klmore, Stanford. orricBRs. J. S. Hocker, Frosldenl; J. J. Mcltoljcrts Caihls rwVMA, A. WCtvinncy,rtisiain-abme- r. N12W YORK. J