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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898041201 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 I. LANCASTER. ! INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 12. 1898. j I NO. 11 l. 'i 4 stook ami niluce and who go from urns, of Waynosbuig, visited Mrs. Lula HEWS IN THE VICINAGE. home vary frequently. This Is but Gooch last wook. Thomus C. Pasb, of Corbin, ha en- Last wook your Mlddleburg MlM Allle Anderson entertained on jueilcu to them, especially when it Is Hated in the IT. S. army. Saturday afternoon In honor of Mis remembered tliitt they contributed lib referred to MeKlnney's ilea-Honry . orally to the construi'iiou uf the road. Iterate reputation, but ueglocted to say mom nun.. Polly, who killed Mart Tut' PaUla Uuaxley. ..,.. 111., uuiiii. iiiu, v.iacj uuuiiiv, wiis I!) preuuli Th Mople are grateful to the gentle- - that it had been attained since the de "tii ..am r. An able visiting minister will acquitted last week. nt tli Christian church on Wednesday men who presented the mutter In lie moralising whisky trutllc was driven A postolllce has been established at v Tho Three Graces which characterize our Shoes aro 7 o'clock, light to the mud official and to from hU own beloved county. Who trim ovonlng ut Felix, Russell county, with Lawrence i, Ktistur seems to have boon ohungud Mr. Metunlfo for hi kind and court o. oan not retnuinber the famous Yoso- M WiUon ms postmaster. from an ooeusion for oommemoniting ous treMtment to them and for the hi-- mite of Cusey county and "rep" for Mr. Anthony Dey, of Now York, hns til u day vleo to be glvon; and it is believed and doggeries a few yoara ago? All honor the rMiirreclloii of the Savior to They lit well, wear Ions and look woll us long as tliev wear. In addition sent 12.i new books to be added to tho for raising bonnets ibout two Inches hoped that the chuntfu will increase to the good and determined citizens of to tliCM- three grarcs there Is also Low Price. Always call on us. Dey collection in the Danville library. Ibe travel and shipments of the road, Casoy, who crushed tho life out of the hlghor than usual. Henry Haynes, a Xugro r The fiscal court urtjouniod on Thtirr-da- a?, noder the prevent syteni. a largo ' terrible business in their midst, and from Tennessee, dropped dead preacher V In Mid It allowud K0 to supplouwit tho Kirt of It row over the C. S. rail wuy. converted their whisky curbed towns dlosboro and the colored population y .1. Into moral place- of llgltimatc bus! biliary of Commonwealth' Attorney ii -i nuss. J list now Mr. Mlddleburg we do there is all scared up. S. Owsley, whleh act Is approved, tho The Leading Shoo and Furn'shing House, DANVILLE, KY. S4 15. H. P. Palmer, a jeweler of Rich' ! . lll' not deny your charge, but wait a few salary being liisiitUolunU A 10 days old tri nnd-to- n of Samuel mond, died from an attack of pneumonThe show of millinery goon's at Mm. HlnuV died of some Infantile trouble weeks and see our transformation. Thu ia. He was left a good ifortune-'bsaloon is going fo leave this town with Moody Burden's, prepared by Mtfe) Iioru Friday inornlug. as pen sib e and see th. Handsomest Line of Go to Danville as "Pap" Itull', the noted bicyclist. from every good man In It. was highly attractive and Lou Graham, Your Wuyuosburg scribe. Mr. 'Bud" a kick Gov. Bradley refused to pardou John Dildrew a lnrg crowd. Mis Nelllu y Reynolds, called on thi writer last Rooney, of Laurel county, serving a MATRlMONfAl MATTERS, lon holptd to rooulvo the truest. and spent an hour in pleasant conterm on a charge of throwing a switch of It looks like the independence Thomas Aher, of Crowley, S. C, open and destroying railroad property. versation. will be declared and Intervention to taturatod his clothes with coal oil and Two more dogs havo been killed In Tho State Is preparing to erect two In tho Latest Colorlugs- - Iteds, SIoss, Green nnd New Itlut ever shown In this Stato. Al- enforce it. but I will wager 10 acres of town within the last few days, and thoro sot tire to It. fie was burned to a crisp. new buildings so the Finest Display of Now at Danville for the use sheep that there will be no war. Spain are dozens of others here not mad that Disappointment in lovo is said to have of the faculty of the School for the Is playing a blulT and will throw down ought to bo killed. boon the trouble. Doaf. The Improvements will cost her hand. Mr. Casey B. Allln, deputy circuit $4,000. A. J. Burton bought la-- t week of the Ever mado South of tho Ohio River. Tho trip will p;iy you to see and know how Cheaply Austin U. S. Deputy Collector Thos. Jones heirs a house and lot or. Middle-bur- olork, nud Miss Ora H. Yanarcdall, vou can Uaudootnely Decorate Vour Houso. Vou will find the latest styles for painting Card-weThe rosldence of Mrs. Stevle houses, and all Information freely given. has roturned from Jackson county, street, for whleh he paid $250. He thu pretty and attractive daughter of ut Harrodsburg, caught lire and where ho hoard of an Illicit distillery, will probably move Into it at an early Mr. and Mrs. C. II. vanarsdall, will bo was totally destroyed. Loss aoout All which he raided, but tho still was date. united in marriage the 12th. Harrods-bur- g with 8$,0o0 Insurance. It was one moved before his arrival and ho was Window Glass and Paint Hru-hDemocrat. aud Art Material at The Lull's Supper was observed at of the tlnest dwellings in the city. forced to bo content with pouring out tho BaptUt churoh Sunday morning. F. White, one of the old Rev. John Mrs. M. M. Overstreet denies the ... ..!..!.. I... u quantity of boor. ... u,. um ,u,i I.. tl.. , .. .h,uu, MidiUe.bo.-- NcWj, 8lory that her hus the According to the custom of thu congremade before A motion wa (0) No. 305 Main Street. gation this occur? quartorly during iiiuu lib iu iiuiuu in wuuiti iiuur u iuii band will return to Corbin and in her N. W. MAY, Clerk. county court to change the road the year. illness. He was bl yoars old and had paper reads the editor a nice little lecfrom the mouth of Hack Creek Old Aunt Manda Alcorn, qulto an been actively engaged In ministerial ture on publishing manufactured reto the Huclteye pike m as to avoid aged Negroes, died at the old work for 00 yours.. ports. a crock. The trial consiimud the en- on the Green Itiver pike, South of It has just boon found out at London Hamp Gragg. of Craig tire day Saturday and the proposed town, a weok ago. She was a good old that J. S. Johnson, a school toucher, and George Gragg, who were sent to road was established ufter making cer- darkey and oiie of the best known In und Miss Vlua Harkloroad, a pupil at the penitentiary from Laurel for murtain allowances for damages. thu Sue Bennett Memorial School, arc der, shot and seriously wounded James this section. I'or Its a Squeeze for Competition to keep Mr J. K. Carson was hero a few days The schools here are morlng on nice- husband and wife. They have been KUUon, at Pittsburg, und is now in up with us. Our line Line of ngonnd, with tho holp of Dr. J. 15. ly. Prof. Hull now has A pupils un- married nearly u month. jftu ,,t London. Klntifilrd, llnlshed Issuing stock for a rolled with a good attendance. We are George A. Kirkland and Miss Mr. Mrs. Shannon McKintiDv.'.hns mined telephone Hue from here to Crab Orch- not advUed as to the number attundlng Sallle Hocker, of Parksvllle, drove to hor husband hero und have taken ard, and It will be built at once. Miss Kennedy's school, whloh is on the Danville yostorday and were quietly rooms at the Dlllion mansion. Mr. Phonos will be placed at Sweeney Mor West side of the railroad, South of tho married ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. is our barber and will move his gan 'B store. Preaohersvllle, .Mr. uni- depot. James P. Harbison, by Rev. J. It. Sav- family here as soon us ho can get a son's and other points alomr the ro.id. house. Livingston Cor. Mt. Vernon Frank Hughe-- , has moved from the age. Mr. Kirkland Is u It promises to be a paying lino. old Lee property to K. L. Tanner's business man of the West Knd and the Signal. Louis Wood, of the Harrodsburg house on Mill street. M. T. Heynolds bride is a sister of Assessor George II. Chas. Hagar and Thomas Nolan, two And we can fit n Slim, Fnt nnd nn Extra Big Sayings, und J. G. Saunders, of the is expected to move into the property Hocker and a most admirable woman. young farmers of Wayne county, quarHlg Fellow. See u and Save Money. ChiDomocrat, were hero on Sunday, but vacated by Mr Hughes ldren's Suits, the Nobbiest and Iiest In the this week. Mr. They havo the congratulations of many reled on account of alleged intimacy " w 107 not on professional business. Master Reynolds Is an old citizen of Waynes-bur- g friends. Advocate. State. of Hager with Nolan's wife. In the Kobort, son of Hon. It. II. Tomllnson, Once iikjii a time Sam Jones weut to tight that followed Nolan was danger from which place he comos. Conductor Can you squeeze a lady is sick of pneumonia. Squire It. Hoyle, Some funny things have occtired here Brooklyn to hold a meeting ut Tul- ously shot and linger badly beaten iu there? for a coma Federal veteran, has asked mage's Tabernacle. Whon he appear- - about the head. Inside the last 10 days. Both tho saChorus of Delighted Males Certainmission to raise a company If war Is loon and J. L. FROHMAN & Co., Danville, Ky. Last year Danville insurance agents ly! Now York World. people have been ed Mr. Talmage looked him over, ami Sanders has gouu tu declared. Josno was evidently u little taken aback at received from their customers a total on the alort. Some fellows who had , Frankfort to nccupt a jK)ltIonas prison obligated themselves In writing to pro- the shabby appearance of the cvange-- 0f $23,S94 in premiums, while the lire guard. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A test against tho sale of whisky here lUt. As It approached evening he losses in this vlclnily for the same Tho marrlago of John S. Baughtunn, have "Brother Jones, would you take riod aggregated ouly S12.4S9, thus leav- square back" on their word of Boylo. to MUs Pattlo Boiuloy at the It amiss if I presented you with a new a K00d balance in favor of the com- Tuesday evening promises anil signatures and aro looked upon now suit of clothes?" "Certainly not," said iB Christian on panics. Advocate. as nothing more than common ''floatto be a brilliant nllalr. Kev. T. H. thu accommodating Samuel. He was Tho Jessamine commissioners apCampbell will olllclate and Mr. Unman ers." taken to u clothior uud fitted from head pointed to appraise the Lexington und Doe Brough Is raising a company to conBoaxloy, brother of the bride, will And ate oflering some go and light tho Spaniards. So far Dr. to foot, topping all with a high hat. At Danville turnpike, the gates of which duct hor to the altar. Mr. Homer church thu doctor Introduced him as arc being guarded by tho Stato troops, Baughmou, brother of the groom, will Itobards and Archie ItltTo are the only Rev. Samuel P. Jones, from Georgia. valued It al 30,500. which is unsatisfacbe best man. Mtss Alllo Anderson will recruits. The doctor wants to go as a Mr. Jones arose, with his new hat in tory all around. The matter will como surgeon, while Archie has not yet exbe maid of honor, and Misses Jennlo hand, and repeated: "Yos,Rov. Sam- up for final settlement at the June Hurnsldc, Mattle Elkin, Alice Hudson, pressed himself in wishing to attain to uel P. Jones from Georgia," und added: term of the court and the soldiers will higher honors than that of Chaplain. Lettlc Urown and Salllo Steele, other "And this Is the new suit of clothes remain on guard until then at a cost of Call nnd See Us. Opp. Stanfoid, Ky. May Hughes Doc, as captain will not confer titles maids In attendance. Miss and this the now hat your pastor has about $2,000 per month. reaches Kev will play the wedding inarch, and Mrs. before his company presented to mo. If your pastor had as Under the now registration law J all MUs Addle nurnsldo, Wust. Jullctt Uogors, saloon horo has recently captur- much of the grace of God in his heart druggists uro required to register. The Messrs. Frank West ami J. C Hempgood railroad jobs and is seek- as he has pride, he would convert all Heretofore this wus only required in will render the wedding chorus. It ed two hill towns of 1,000 population or over. To Who will be Brooklyn and wbuld not need me." atlalr, tho church ing others to will be a : V register, the druggist must havo a man to sacrifice on the nltar of CHURCH CHATTER. will be handsomely decorated by Misses its next from a reputable college of I Sallle Klkin and Bottle Anderson and a drunkenness? Header, will you kindly or have had five years' practice Wilkinson, nged SS, died Rev. Lewis largo crowd of friends and relatives contribute a boy with all his mauly before tho date of his application. This imposing ceremonies traits and prospects of future useful- near Duuuvllle, Casey county, last will work a will witness the CI hardship on many country ness to the support of this school of week. The party will leave Immediately to atRev. W. S. Grinstead will hold quar- druggists who have not had the requir: tend u reception at tho home of the idleness, vloe and oriiiie? Have you a terly meeting services for Dr. Vuughan ed live years experience. i' husband, son, or brother to spare? If, I groom In Danville, carrying with them Tho killing of former Sherlir A. B. all, it must live not only at the at Roberts Chupol in Casey, next SatS5: the congratulations und best wishes of none at Iloward and his son, Wlls Howard, expense of the morals, but of the souls urday and Sunday. the entire community. The old wny.of buying carpets hns played out, and they are now After winding up his war on tho dev- from utnbush iu Clay county, and tho Tho following delegation went to of our loved ones. sold almost entirely by samples. This way you can buy them much Fvangallst Moody, subsequent murder of George Baker, The two men, Hogue and Peyton, ils of Uopklnsvlllo. Louisville Friday to confer with the cheaper and have a very muoh larger assortment to select from. Inhas caused another reign of terror In who were before the "Pixou" Squire will preach twice in Louisville L. Ar N. railway olllolals, concerning a grains, Ihussels, Wiltoas nnd velvets, beautiful patterns. ut H:U0 at Warren Memorial the mountains. Tho Howards and Ba hero hist week and lined $100 each for better train service for Lancaster. shooting on church and In the evening ut Music kers full out over tho ownership of the highway noartown, aro Messrs. B. F. Hudson, J. W. Miller, It. some logs, nnd in tho light which folHull. Louis Landram not through with the lawV doallngs Klnn.ilrd, S. C. Denny, Nearly $1:1,000,000 are contributed lowed tho Howards, father and son, V und J. M. Furra. I am Indebted to yet. The witnesses who saw them draw to curry ou tho foreign mission work were killed. Jim Iloward, a brother for a statement of the their revolvers from places of conceal- throughout tho world every year. Of of Wils, hearing of Capt. Landram the tragedy, wont .; result. Thotollowlng plan was kindly ment on their persons are horo and this umouiit Sl,;w:i,5ll is contributed to George Baker's store aud killed him, I ready to testify to the fact. Probably I, adopted by Gonoral Manager J. O. by the ovungolicul churches of the ufter which ho lied to Harlan county. . Motcalfe: The mall and express train a dozen cases can bo mnde against thorn United States. ttJV now running from Cincinnati to Liv- for the one day's sport. Whisky comes Wo carry in stock also a large assortment of Rugs, and no one will NOTICE! Rov. Fred D. Halo, the noted Baptist ingston will bo run to Stauford via high when the tlual cost is counted by proaehor und pastor of tho Hid church sol. them to you chenper. &: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Laucantur. It will leave Stanford after a conscientious officer. i lu Owctisboro, was stricken with apThe fiscal court of Lincoln county Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Reynolds came i tho urrlval of tho night trains from pendicitis und wus operated on at Mem- will moot Friday, loth, and havo Knoxvlllo and Louisville, missing Lan- out from Stanford Saturday and spent phis. At lust accounts he was In a crit- under consideration the best way nnd caster at about 2:110 A. M., arriving at the night at tho old homo near town, ical condition. i method of keeping in repair tho turn: Cincinnati at SiIlO A. M. This train re- attending church here Sunday. Thoy In ncconiunce with her repcutedly pikes tho court has bought, whether it 'tf turning will leave Cincinnati at 7:110 v. woro members of tho Baptist church, expressed Wish tho body of Mrs. Fran- shall be done under the supervision of passing Lancaster about midnight, by which thoy were granted lottors of ces K. Wlllard, of thu W. C. T. U , wus one superintendent or M., whether It making close connoctlou at Stanford dismission Sunday morning. They will cremated Saturday ut Chicago in tho bo by appointed overseers over shall certain Knoxvlllo, unlto with the Baptist church iu Stau9 for both LoulsUllo and presence of tho now president of the sections or miles of tho turnpikes. For 7:U0 A. M. Tills ford. Willie D. Gooch now has charge reaching Louisville at s association and other ladies. the purposo of ascertaining tho best gives through und quick express ser- of tho railroad section here, instead of fiscal court would bo Play Ball. Reds vs Clevelands, way, thothe suggestions of tho pleased vice to Louisville and Cincinnati. The B. F. Stetson, who was removed on tho to have peoplo present train will bo reversed and will last day of March. .Mr. Stetson's fam- Cincinnati April 17. 81.23 round trip and taxpayers generally on this imporwill leave here this week. from Junction City und Danville, Ky., como down from Richmond, passing ily Honry Hummelsteln and family, of Queen fc Cresceui Route. See tho first tant subject, uud thoy aro cordially InLaucustcr about 11 o'clock, making vited to meet with tho court. connection for Louisville at Stanford, Danville, aro visiting his brother Jake game Help open tho season ! Ask , Jas. P. Baili:y, und returning after urrlval of Louis-vlli- hero. Miss Cora Davidson, of Somcr agents for particulars. W. C. Rlnenr-sonJudge Lincoln County Court. G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. train, passing Lancaster about set, is visiting relatives and frleuds For a few weeks on 2:110. train will also carry mall hero since Wcdnosday. Miss Florence My wife has uol Cliaiulwrlaln's l'alu lUlm for An overcoat worn by Judge Glider, This und express und put the afternoon mall Tanner has returned from u two weeks' rh inuatlsiii with great relief, uml I eau recom- of Bowling Green, caught lire while he horo one hour earlier. It will be seen visit to relatives in Lexington. Miss mend It ns a M'lciiilhl lluliuetit for rbe uiimtlim and had It on nnd ho made tho Insurance for which we liaio found it ut. u glance that one can Hpond tho day Alice Gooch returned from Louisville otlivr huiisvliold uo company settle tho loss. Ills policy N. Y. uud return last wook, whither sho had been post-th- valualilo. W. J. CWLKii, lied Creek, nicrclimtsof roads loss by tiro of house, household In Cincinnati of Loulsvlllo leading Mr. Cuyler Uone ol the night. Wo will not bo forced to lug up in a more extunded knowledge tliU Tlllasi; uud one f t lie most prominent men In aud kitchen furniture and wearing ap, Creek l'liirrix, hire conveyance to Stauford or Dan-- of tho millinery business. Rev. T. II. tills vktiifty. W. l. Clt.VKi A IMItor ltil Drug- parel. UOCKLlt, go from homo and tho mall, ox- -' Coleman came down from Burgin Wed-pro- Herald. loraloby To Reduce Sloe t. Also 1 ljuiy of Coal at Low Figures. vlllo to Judgo Barker, at Loulsvlllo, delivernesday and has been visiting among gists. ed an opinion in the criminal court and freight 6ervIco Is Six stores were buVncd at Marion, holding tho slot machines to be gamband such as should bo cujoyed by our his memberships and preached some ling devices. shippers of good sermons since. Mrs. John S. Ad- - causing u loss of 10,000. people who uro extensive orro-8ondQnt ciS'ov.s 1 1 o ' i !- -.. Three Shoe Graces. I - f . Fit, Wear and Appearance. y. - liats, Furnishings, Trunks, Ualises. CALDWBLL & LANlER,fr " i n Frl-dtt- Cu-b.- v DEW WJILL PJLPE1 -- 1 rCT(V?E FRAME Window Shades, es MOULDING ! g ll $lo,-00- 0, Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, -.. i A. El. GIBBONS, Danville, toll-hous- e tr A FUNNY MOVE , 4 Mc-Kinn- m Mm well-know- n Suits at $10 Are Beyond Comparison i THE GLOBE, anil-saloo- n pe-sai- d: , Car Load Of Vehicles, raCIM, BAB Court-Housc, B. K. WEAR EN & SOV, full-dre- ss phur-muc- y, CARPETS. 1 1 II 1 TERMS CASH. H- J- m KW.W ! o SPECIAL LOW PRICES Hay And Fes Of at Every H ss if M llrst-clas- s J. H. BAUGHMAN 6t CO. .jmA.. p.r B" mi- -i If. ff. peoplo were killed in a The caso of Colyer for killing snow slldo nt Skoguay, Alaska, pril crsham at Somerset was not given to 3rd. tho jury till 3 o'clock yestorday mornAlex Shlveloy, of Bollo Plains, 111., ing, and wo could not hear If there was ended a sprco by drinking embalming an ngrccment. tlu Id. the presidential chair. W. T. WALTON. A "blind tiger," just started at who was knocked George Henson GOES AT LAST. robbed of 3125 at McKlnney Bracht, was blown up wlfh dynnmlto MESSAGE down and some two months ago, died at his home by angored citizens. HON. G. G. AND WAVKRINO AND DISAP- WEAK Judge A. II. Clark, of the London dls. near Rich Hill, Casey County, last POINTING. Of Shelby County. Is a enndlilntc- for Contrlct, suffered a paralytic stroko and Is wook, from tho effects of the lick he gress In the nijjlith Congressional District of at tho point of death. DEMOCRATS AND MANY REPCULICANS got on his head. Kentucky, subject to the action of the dem- ocratic party. Georgia will have a State building a: DENOUNCE IT. The Young Ladles of llustonvlllc tho Omaha exposition which has been Washington, April II, l p. m. Wo are authorized to announce oO are proparlng to hold tin Old Maids' contracted for at ?.'!, 100. The president's mossage was sent Morgan Turner, forgor and mail rob Convent ion at the Chrbtlan Church to Congress at noon and is in brief B. there Friday night. The prottlost girls ber, confined In jail at Pre.-to-n burg, as follows: County, a candidate for ConOf Maill-O- n in that section will take part ami the has gone violently lnarto. Favors armed intervention to gress In the Eighth Congrevdounl District proceeds will go to a good uniis'e. Gun. James R. Chalmers died nt of Kentucky, subject to the action of the war In Cuba and asks disdemocratlc'pnrty. Memphis of complications resulting cretionary authority to use the Dunn Withdraws. Realising that from an attack of tho grip, agod tK armv and navy: opposos the recogthorn urn n crruat UintVV POOlllo who Spain's last move so as to secure nition of Cuban republic and tho Tho oity council at Louisville has dethink that no road commissioner should clared April lo half holiday In more time is to grant an armsticc in honor belligerency of tho insurgonts, be elected, and dcslrlug to do nothing of .sCuba for five days in order to treit the opening of tho base ball season quoting Jackson, Grant and Cleveagainst the will of the majority, I have with the insurgents. This she does on John Balloy, who was bhot by Town land to support his position and decided to withdraw as candidate for Marshal Orvls, (J, RPOI IIDFC Mri the alleged excuse that the powers have at Adalrvlllo, dlod, ond says the only hope of relief for a I ! .l.-w? thatolllco. A. C. Dunn. i tuuu uaivuu it, lit Orvls gavo himsolf up to tho pollco luiwiui l nm ntirij flint uuuiiui condition, which can no longer bo MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE judge. all American ships bo removed from endured, is In the enforced pacificafiscal court Is uncertain as to The AS WHhK FIKoT BOUGHT NFW C. II. Raymond was hanged at Fo'-sjCuba and Phillipinc Island waters and tion of tho island. ft the proper courso to puiuo with referCal., for the murder of Fred Anmaterial support be that all moral and Anent the Maine It says tho ence to tho turnpikes and Judge J. P drews at Bud on, San Mateo withdrawn, add Insult to injury, being county, of our battleship by exto meet hero Balloy asks tho 17th last. in itself almost a casus belli and the ternal agency shows that Spain is solve tho question. November Friday and help It ONE POUND OF THIS STAKCH WILL CO Bob DavUon, n 15 year old white boy feeling against the insolent nation that not able to guarantee security to No one with whom we havo talked adAfc frAI AS A POUND AND A HALF of Lexington, was given five years for made it has grown to the deepest indigforeign vessels, tells that Spain ofOF ANY OTHER STARCH, vocates the commissioner plan. criminally assaulting a Negro girl of nation. In the proposed arrastice noth ... fered to arbitrato the Maine affair, ing is said about Cuban independence, Easter dawned as brightly nud as 12. He ought to bo hung. but no reply to this proposition A folding bed closed on IllrnmCoyle, but it is understood that if sufiicient inbeautiful as ever shono and continued was made. Tho case It. says is now demnity is paid for the island and the noon, when clouds over- a farmer near Crescont Springs, and so till near with Congress and the president ,KE0KUK,I0WA. NEWHAVEN,CONN.i amount secured by the United States, spread the sky and rain came pouring broke his leg. Ho was also nearly sufawaits Its action to carry out every Spain will willingly accept this horn .imvn. Tt was showery all afternoon focated before ho was found. obligation imposed by the constituaaLM fmM Margaret Mather, tho actress, was of the very bad dilemma into which and night, but yesterday wns a lovely tion. day with signal service promises of fair taken suddenly III while plnylng at 1 in' (inrcii li has gotten herself. Except for the !. she 1...1 .....ni n,..u..i rrcnnmlon AdrntUla principle Spain's decree for a suspension ,. crenrnco In faiicr lAundcrintr. It itnm nl.l mn .n.i!,,. lfnm .nn.n. policy of the Charleston, W. Va., and died a few wavering, wishy-wash- y of hostilities is submitted to Concontaining nrltl.crnrM.nlc.alum or any president Spain would have long since mLcr.I,J'ln.lnil.!C1?l,1, '""nl". bo The Crab Orchard people can now hours later of Bright' disease gress for just and careful attention and enn orcn for n baby powder. Miss Louisa Mllliken, aunt of Mrs. 1. been called to account and if she is not us and all tho towns around talk with with observation that if the measor sale by wholesale and grocers. now made to sutler, Congress should for 25 cents. Mr. A. II. Bustln, owner II. Goodnight, wife of the former Conure attains a successful result "then gressman nnd present circuit, judge, ignore him and proceed to declare war our aspirations as a peace loving of the line, tells us that the olllco at HAVE YOUR CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER BY " I at once, if Spain does not accede immeCrab Orchard Is at his store at the de- wns found dead in bed at Franklin. people will be realized " Gen. W. P. Hardin, one of the lead diately to every demand, carrying with pot, where he will wait on all who oall Tho message was referred in the promptly. er of the Confederate army, and suit the independence of Cuba and the Senate and House without action. fullest indemnity for her cowardly part, A PETITION was being numerously perintendent of the Confederate homo i Democrats fiercely denounce the if not her full responsibility, for the signed hero yesterday against tho elec- In Austin, Texas, dlod of Bright' dimessage and but few republicans blowing up of tho Maine and the killtion of a commissioner to take charge sease, In his S2 year. endorse tho president. Many like ing of 260 of our brave oiliccrsand seaAMERICA'S LEADING TAILORS of the turnplks. Such an oillce would Senator Forakor, freely express lADltlD"sfOCK7 men. of the simply increaso the expenses their bitter disappointment. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee is again on AmerYOFWnQ Bnchanan Bros, sold to B. G. Pox, of county 81,000 or more, which God Revolting republicans are organican soli and on his way to Washingknows are heavy enough now. Boylo, five aged mules for S.'JfiO. izing for radical action and sentiton, having left Havana at 6 P. M., Sat Two good, young Poland China boars ment now Is that war is inevitable. urday, with all the Americans that THE champion bad boy lives In Mor-cready for sorvlco for sale. Hark Harand his name Is Herman Bradshaw. could get uway. Gen. Blanco refused Forty ofilcers and 510 men are requlr-t- o din. is only In years old, but after a sav see Gen. Lee, whom he called to say to He man the cruiser New York. Calvary Morris, ownur of Klloroo, STYLiSS good-by- e and the Americans were inOf the .)0.000,000 appropriated for age attack on his mother, whom tie 2:01), refined 810,000 for hor a few days sulted and hooted at as they embarked naval defenses ovor $."14,000,000 have al- beat badly, he could only bo arrested ago. ' A PCRFECT FIT AND HIGHEST GRADE Or on the Fern and three other ships. It is ready been spent. while a sleep. Ho fortified himself In John Rogers bought In tho Sholby WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED gun in hand defied City thought since Blanco's action thatGen. tho attic and with Georre Gould cava section a bunch of heifers at .'lie You nro Invited to look at their oamplan nt eu uiu noi, luavo uiu wmim iuo soon &U ue nas js at lhe dj3p03al 0f tn,3 gov tho nthVnrs lo enter. If he docs not die to .'He before, death on tho with his boots on nave ocou inuruer-e- d ernment In case of war if need be. us ne wouiu iiKeiy P. P. Nunnolloy bought of E. P. gallows seems to be pretty suro for the had ho staid. Beheath tho shad-oMilitary engineers are perfecting the prom'slng young uevu. Woods a Shorthorn bull , - " of Morro Castle as ho sailed out system of harbor mines for for $50. defense Gen. Lee gave this toast: "Here is to along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. A PENGUIN. Mr. M. T. Russell, of Jesse P. Cook bought of William the officers and men of the Maine, The United States government has Milledgeville, brought to this oillce Warflold, of Payette, a shorthorn heifwhich was blown up by a Spanish given the du Pont mills at Wilming- yesterday a very peculiar bird, killed er for 8100. The cash in hand plan is what vnnlilrs us to buy and foil cIiuhiht than others. Wo his place frttt.?l . ton, Del., a nlnn M XT. 3 iinvlniio r Yr Slf,000,000 contract for pow- In tho C. S. reservoir near Satsuma, 15 to 1, won tho Burns have attractive. ImrsMnti in all department for this fwk and a few tpvclnl wo olTor lead the first division on Havana and der. by John Dishon, that comes nearer the Handicap at Oakland, Cal.. Saturday. below will give you an Idea of the gcimlnu bargains in every department of our More says ho know how to take the city. description of a penguin than any thing It was worth 810,000 to tho winner. Gen. Lee Is expected to make start11 uiv-e- d Let him be allowed to do so by all ling disclosures before the Senate for- we can find. When ilrst slgbtcu Tho advertisement of E. P. Woods' means. about 500 yards but Mr. Dishon f- Eagle Bird will appear In our next e eign relations committee regarding inally got near enough to put a ball 20 piucct of Fancy nnd Kcd Calico Sc, One lot of aprr n cl ccked gingham Jljr ar.d will statid at the low prlco of 810 to JUDGE FaL'lconer, of Lexington, tho conspiracy to blow up the Maine. There are 500 tons of supplies for through Its head with a rllle. The bird insure. Clark's Thread 2c per pool who discharged Jacob S. Harris for ini.rhnl is nnunds and is beautifully Red sow shoat came to my place first Thomas H. Merritt. when Cuba awaiting shipment in New York, marked with white specks on black. and the committee expects to havu 1, Mr. Russell will add tho curiosity to part of February. Owner can gut hor he found Kim and his wife in a loving 0M) ,ons ,nore rcadv in by paying for keep and this notice. T. museum. the next 10 days bis attitude In a Lexington park, has been . J. Hill, Stanford. Supposing a war would cost us $,jOO,- vindicated in turning him lose under THE day of "blind tigers" at JuncJ. M. Ledridge has just delivered beSuch an exhibit nn oura is not usually found hereabouts. It rises nhovo ordinary the unwritten law. On an indictment 000,000, und Spain is not able to pay tion City is rapidly coming to a close. tween MX) and 700, and W. J. Frazler wash goods We are crowded with the choicest 3J In. Madrid, the bill? She has a few islands other charging hlra with murder, Harris was Percales, Ginghams The town trustees und the bettor class 500 barrels of shelled corn to the Bar-be- e and white and colored goods, Pretty Organdies, Victoria Liwtm, Fine Dimities, acquitted after a long drawn out trial, than Cuba, which wo could trade to of peoplo have organized to light the distillery. Mr. Ledrldgo sold his SwIsmjh, India Lineim, Nainsooks and Pretty Veilings, .Vow nnd Stylish I lottery-Loothe jury deliberating on it 24 hours af- Great Britain for ca?h. whisky and neither time at .'17c. Woodford Sun. An English electrician and manu- Illegal sale of nt our line of Lacu Curtains Specinl price on all 75c and Jl Laco OurtaliiH. Harter the issue was submitted to it. nor means will bo spared In stopping Tho commissioner of agriculture says 75c for this week t):k and il for this week SSc. long since condoned his wife's un- facturer of mines und torpedoes makes It. A committee composed 01 Agent ris faithfulness und they have been living out a strong; case of Spanish ofllcial "re Llnsrle, of the L. & N., Mrs. Clarkson that reports from the fruit districts of together, as If it had never been shown sponsibility for the Maine disaster. He and Rev. Boswell, tho Christian church Kentucky are that there will bo no that she was as much to blame as Mer- sold to Spain the mines for Havana preacher, has been appointed to wait on peach, cherry and pear crops this year. He has Information also that uncoverritt. The unwritten law, however, harbor. those parties who are suspected and in- ed tobacco beds wore ruined. The largest order over given by the seems to uphold a man in murdering form them that they must stop selling J. P. Stewart bought 75 fat sheep fellow who invades the sanctity of government for submurine cable, to be Intoxicants or stand the conscquonces, the W. E rpeuo purposes, has been and as business Is meant tho prospects from dilTcrent parties at 4c. his home, no matter how cowardly he ustu Ior Plvc" a """ at Seymour, Ct., condition-righ- t aro that Junction City will soon be a Holtzelaw sold pair of mulos to J. B. may strike the blow, and perhaps It is Here, as clhuwhrrv, throughout our busy store, we show the newest and most blyl. town. Rubol forSlliO. J. T. Stewart has utter all. A fellow fool enough al on early shipment. It is for 50 miles better ish ellecls We have, beyond n doubt, the largest line, therefore we enn please the I W. a lot of lambs for June and July IN the county court yesterday to seek murrled women for his wiles, of conductor single marine and 15 most indilfurunt or most fastidious dio.'eor.s. . .1 ..i.m.lvml ww The iVIlUri "US UUHlUIH.u tr xnliwunln- delivery at 0 and 4 cts. Harrodsburg no m,,es 0I o. submarine cable. deserves to dio a dor's death and Silk FitiUliud Suspenders Hold every whole at 25c, thin week 16c. works will be required to run night and marriages. The liquor license of J. ucinocrai. sympathy Is ever wasted on him. Men's Suits that an worth i5 Old Bed Wilkes, over 25 yours of vv T!.,n..j nt. Crab Orchurd was trans day for several weeks. Men' Ncidigco Shirl.s 25c ago, was sold at Philadelphia for 8000. THE formal announcement of the) Poor Cuba! For three vcars.damnii- - ferred to P. M. Wallin. Tho wills of Don't fntl to examine our 12c and 15c Palent Window Shadeo. Director Hon. G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby, for Con- - tlon In all Its Infamy has been visited A. C. Ncwland and Win. Hubble were Dlructor brought 81,275. Call and examine our line of Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloth Ac. Moore, four years old, half brothor of gress, appears In this Issue. He was upon her helpless and admitted to probate. H. P. Ncwland Nancy flanks, sold for 81,225, and a here yesterday and in a speech which peoplo by a aggregation with J. M. ColTeyand J. T. Blngamn people, presented of uncivilized fiends, whose like could qualified as executor of the former and yearling half brother to Nancy Hanks THE took well with our to P. Duryea, of Lexington, for 8500. his claims and promised to represent 'scarcely be duplicated in Satan's U. L. Hubble of the latter with L. P. Only four stallions wore exhibited to them to the best of his ability, minion, yet civilized Americu, the and Lorenzo Hubble and M. B. T. I). KANEY, Mnnngcr yesterday the smallest number for If given the nomination, which he was home of freedom, whose sons have security. Assignee Helm e as Ilranch stores nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llnrdstown, Lawrenceburg f'ynthi-anwould be equivalent to election. er turned usido from friend or foe, can presented a statement of the assets of years. Tnere were: Odgensburg. ownVersailles, Eininenc, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown, Frankfort. Mauckp'srt, Ind. A. F. Moberly and ho and ills securi- ed by M. S. Baughman; Lincoln King, Mr. Gilbert represented his Senatorial only say, light If you can, dlo If you were discharged. Al Burns was tho property of W. II. Murphy; Madities district In tho Legislature and has held mufat no earthly help is nigh. "ranted liquor license at Hustonville. son Sandidgc it Son's Gilt Edge and olllces with credit to himself and ?ow GWaThe trlul of tho implication of P. W. satisfaction to his constituents. His William Pnntnr. nt Vnatnrin. O nit. Green for license at MoKinnoy was A. E. Hundley's Ground Squirrel. They were all In good shnpo and made postponed till this morning. father was raised in this county and he.1 hB thr011t whftn ,. Unnn The Second Hesslou of tho Collegiate Year. Ifc07 98 will open creditable rhows. has relatives as well as many friends In hc wad a thief Sl'EAKlNO. According to announce A good crowd attended eourt yester Llncoln' Zbvon.a.a,37-- , The commissioner of Internal reve- - ment, Hon. G. G. Gilbert, 01 biioioy, day and there were some 250 to .'100 catCongress, was hero on IN the event of war, which now nue tnJ secretary of the treasury and candidate for on tho market, but the buyers and New pupils entering at that tlinu will do received Into the ehihoti.niir full Information and after being Intro- tle write to Mns. HAurt.Kr nt tho College or write for catalogue. on seems certain, tho money will be raised Congressman Evans havo agreed upon time yesterday tellers wero far upurt and very few call or duced by County Chairman J. K. Car- 6ules wero made. A WILLIAM SIIEI.TON, I'hesii.knt. tan Internal revenue bill, which by an increase on the tax on whisky, small number of viues tor an unlimited bonded period. son, delivered a line address, which steers sold atrc and a good manufactured tobacco, tea, colfeo bunch of Ho wiwara bewell, nephew of the late wus well received and applauded. and probably on bank checks, drafts, heifers ut about lo. Hicks,. of Cauv. us a democrat and of j deeds, mortgages and Blmllar papers. candidate for vice president on the told of his record sold to Lee, of Boyle, 11 heifers $1(1 his devotion to the cause and asked our and J. W. Allen sold u bunch at A bill will also be Introduced provld-- . tleroo!i!itJc ticket, is under urrest and of same hlra when they ing for a temorary loan of $100,000,000 sued aTNew York on tho charge of people to remember 810.85. Little or no butcher stun" a candidate. By at young were called to select and a permanent loan of from $.'100,000,. ulienatlng tho affections of was on the market, and no hores or an agreement he spoko an hour and mules wero sold publicly. 3 per cent., paya- sailor's wife. 000 to 8500,000,000 at News from tho Orient states that by then Gov. James B. McCreary was pre- ble In coin, it takes money and a great The Elizabothtown New nuhllrthml by Mr. Carson. deal o( it to prosecute a wur, but this a serious lire at Tokio, 1,111 houses sonted MeCreary's speech was princi- In tho Muldraiitfh Hill section says: Gov. were destroyed, resulting in death and country is equal to tho emergency. pally on his record In Congress and The freeze Monday nlffht pluycd havoc accidents to natives. Averaging 10 to what ho would do If elected ugaln. The with tho fruit Interests of Hurdln counTHE "Thou Shalt Not Steal" party a house, a reasonable avcruge, there people were fully uwaro of his course ty. Tho mercury. wont as low as 21 In Pennsylvania has nominated Dr. were 11,100 peoplo rendered homeless. and before he would deceive them he publle and all tho peaches, pears and plums Swallow, who got 110,000 votes for In Caldwell county, Prince Baker, would retire permanently from lire. His speech was a good ono and were killed. They wore all in full treasurer on the prohibition ticket last aged 45, shot and killed his added more friends to his list. In his bloom and from tho best information .fall, for governor, but he will not be elec- Bob Thomason. He then attempted to 15 minutes rejoinder, Mr. Gilbert took wo mo iruit growers ted. Tho people who march under that shoot his daughter, Mrs. Thomason, tho governor to tadk on some of his as- not cuii (,'uuiur irom a alnplo live bud can bo found. Tho ' The Cherokee is a perfect Check Rower; a ferfect Hand Dro.) I'Janler and a For- numerous enough in and failing, rodo live miles to the homo sertions and raised a laugh or two. A banner aro not throughout apples are not so far advanced but the feet Self Drill I'lanter. Try one. this country 10 eiect more tnan an oc 01 a orottier, where he committed aul very large crowd listened to tho speech, both of which were In Indications are that they are badly Wick- 100 .says that if Col. Jack Chirm could bo induced to THE INTERIOR JOURNAL como to the capital, war would bo started at once. Then let the bellicose means. by Jack Stanford. Kv., April 12. 1S9S a mango nowsand all his craw Wo need and stifin with fening in hid backbone, like Jack's, in The Wnshtngton Post Additional Local. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Fully "IRONING MADE BAST BSi'wr " 99 t - GILBERT, - ea 4 hon. jas. Mccreary tor-mlna- to r 11 SmMGM r rnniuin'T n u.u.iUliniMrrn Drvuo.uv lUDmucn . m m m 11 Vt '"a I n, iiiiiifffiiiiis'Jiirra.Tiatt. tax-paye- rs WT mi n nnr uI to-da- y. I T .ir,.. .1,-- 1, -- all retail RflUSS Bros, gQQQ.ciMCIHNATI er J LOWEST PRICES ELEGAXl ASSORTMENT LATEST Multi-millionai- re I w two-yoar-o- At The Louisville Store. 1 1 " Is-H- SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK! . well-stocke- d NEW DRESS GOODS ! k , 11 Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. 15 I 1 on-gag- God-forsak- ( g do-the- m MUI&VI1L1LM STOBffi , f Eu-ban- ks nev-sur- a, ( Gla-oth- er - wmn ,w Stanford Female College. Ta,:rru.ir3r I Oaa 2t2a, 1898. pro-bee- r, 1 Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow 11 4r aflhriflHJH XJg-- son-in-la- " 'm.tmxm "W ommmSI catltnal constable or bo. lelde good taste. damaged. FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. sfW. CnnHili, IS i.n !Js5f -- j. ilJMiitillliu' 3nST5SC53J !OiJLEitMU& THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., - Apkjl 12, 1898 E. C. Walton, Bus in raw Manaokh. Tub beat physician can't cure you If you do not follow lib direction. (Jet tlfo best mcdlclnoi too. That Is the only kind wo furnish. Penny's Drutf . GOSSIP. Store. POtSONAL AND SOCIETY aviT. J. T. HouUT.u In down from Corbtn. Mk. R. B. YOUNO, of LonlavllU, was lioro yostordny. MISS S.U.UB Dl'DDKttAU Louisville Sunday. wont to un-dr- jr Gun. GokdoN. A pretty fair crowd m mm Li' attended the lecture of Gen. John B. Lbt Danku repair that wntch Gordon, but not a sulllclent. number to Fishing tacklo nt Cral? it tlockor's. keep tho management of tho Opera House out of tho hole, the receipts be Landkbth'S seeds In paper and bulk. ing less than tho expenses by a number Now and fresh. W. B. MoRobcrts. of dollars. It requires a large guaran Second-hanFruzler cart, good tee to get such lecturers as the general, but even If we did lose wo are glad we sale. M, S. Banghman. condition, for gave thoso of our people who appreciaNHW Percales this wook. Protty as ted it a Inst chnnco to sec and hear the bilk at c, "c, lOenud 12c. Scvorancc great niid good man. before he shall be & Sons. called to rest with his beloved Jackson under the ethadu of thu trees, which in Plow Points, Plow Gear and ovory thu vary nature of things can not be thing In the farming line at Warren long. His exciting and active life Is Shankd. tolling on him and deep furrows are beWb havo boino oxtra good olovor hay ing plowod on his manly feature. Goat Iwj Mr 100 pounds. J. H. Uaugh-ma- n ing Into tho war for the Lost Cause bo- fore he was W as a captain, he was pro- ft Co. -I. m d Wedding proent nt Danks' E2h i3XSK 1 com- - Table Linens My stock of Fine nnd Medium Table Linens with Napkins to match is very pletc and this week I will make some PECIAL PRICES 9 R. M. NBWI.AND is studying law Hill & MoRoborts. MliS. T. M. GoODKNIiiliT has from Lexington. Ml98 Katik LBE Y MAO Bit, J of FoKRieNT. Cottage now oauupled by W. II. Shanks. Possession May 1. Guorge B. Wonron. m Dan-vlll- o, shades, rugs, nettings lace curMiss Maky Vaknon went up to her tains or porllerres see us. Sovornuce & Saturday. coal lands at Urummott Sons. MitS. W'M. Gebu left for Columbu O., Saturday to visit relative. Uastbk hats in ondless vnrloty and Grovo, Mifm rush! C001.EY wont to Leba In the handsomest and most stylish non Junction Saturday to visit friends. designs. Call anJ soo thorn. Miss Is visiting relatives here. TlNSMCY Sl'OONAMOUH is up aftor a six weeks' solgo of malarial fever. N'uw Wall Paper of the lnto.at spring styles. Prices mnde to suit tho purchaser. W. B. McBohorts. IIOUSB-KBKUHlL- If you need enr-pet- s, fir 'll These Linens are heavy weights link some measure as wide as seventy inches They vary in price from 0 cts. to f 1.25 per yard. Of course, I have numerous patterns for loss money, hut the above goods are exceptional va ties for the prico. I also call attention to a big line of Towels and Crash. I am overstocked in line Crash and will el' this goods at m ABSOLUTE COST If you need any I can save you money, in ad e ! Remember that a nickle saved is a nicklo Dll.J.M. thu nati. f h. Agents for tho grcnt now Coffky and Joe Lynn book, Llfo of Frnnels Wlllard; 310 n Mits. Josiil'li onmc down from Livingston Friday to month guaranteed. Address II. Bin- - mot- J step by step till he rcachei the molt Marrs, Danville, ICy. vlalt friends. higii tank of lieutenant general and Missus Mattib BI.KIN and Bessie A MAN namod Angol wasaequlttodut bee uu one of Gen. Lee's most trusted Burnslde, of Garrard wore the guests of Somerset of tho charge of robbing a olllcurs. Ho was wounded eight times, . Miss Pearl Burnslde. 1A widow. Noce but Pulaski county lUc times in tho battle of Sharpaburg. M. AND MUS. W.M. KISSICK, of grand jury would have Indicted man Only two, however, proved very serious, 5&R8Kt&y!i&f:m Lexington, are visiting their dnughtor, with so good a name for such an of- one in his left check, which shattered .Mrs. Wm. Hamilton. the bono and left a deep hole in it, and fense. Col. W. G. Wbi.cu has bon atkod Wnnte prepared to do all kinds of another in tho head, fracturing the SOMKS&Odd Follows from Harrods-burto addruss the Commercial Contention carriage work, trimming, painting, &C skull, the latter con lining him for seven to lie hold In Ioulsvlllu. will eoinu up this afternoon and months. Ho not only blod but came All work guaranteed. Bcazloy Bros. m MlBSBS MINNIEANDOOKINNB KllIK atrial tho lodge here In initialing Rob- near dying twice for the cause beloved. OWINO to the rain the repairs at the of May wood, nrn visiting ert Lewis and U. S. Tniylor. The I iWTltlCK, After tho war his people proud of his completed till Mrs. Smith Porman In Iexlngton. will be entertnlned by tiio homo patriotism and gallant achiovomunt water works were not SI afternoon. Without water yesterday lodge. MKS. CllAKI.BS HEWITTIs In elected him to civil olllces, made him und without light the old town was In ut the bedside of her husband, Two Ybaiih. Bud Akors, who forg- governor and afterwards for two terms a gloomy fix Sunday night. 3 r.n. who Is dangerously 111 In tho asylum. ed the oniuu of J. D. D<on, of More-lan- had him lo represent them in the Unicame P from m Mlt. Pbtbu Moiit.BY Infantry Regiment, which a chock, on trial at Somerset, ted Stnte-- Senate. In every position to TilBdth v.,i.m nountv Sunday to mo Ills son, was given two years. Tho Reporter he bore himself with distinguished has been stationed at Fort Thomas, J. S. Mobloy, of the MeKlnney section. a says thu young mnn wopt blttorly when credit and gave his people further cause noar Newport, Ky., passed over the gj Kings-vfll12 MUS. B. C. I'BNNYnACICBlt.of to be proud of him. This in brief is Cincinnati Southern on a special train he heard the verdioL visit her wont over Saturday to near which tho record of the grand old man, who Sunday to Chattanooga, Win: WANTBI). Samuel 'Bantln, of told us Thursday night of the causes city troops will mobilize incase of war. duwghtor, Mrs. P. Dlnoon, at Ludlow. m MltS. M. P. KLI.IOTT, of Somerset, Jllghland, advertises in tho Somorset that led to tho war and tho spirit that ROY. Thomas Roy, the aged father of hor daughter, Mrs. Paragon for a wife. Ho wantd a woman animated tho people of the South prior W win the guunt William Pottus. of thu Gilberts Crook boiwoon 20 and 0, and in his "ml." to its declaration, after hu had been el- of James Roy, C. S. agent at Junction says he Is Ul, draws a ponMon and uses oquently introduced by Judge M. C. City, died In the asylum ut Lexington !? saotlou. B. L. Owsi.by will go to Now neither whisky nor tobacco. last week and was burled at Klngsvllle Mils. Sauiley, himself a gallant Confederate. wus a splendid old man York next week lo visit hor brot her, Wo shall not attempt to even give a Friday. Ho BUILVBD Out. A. C. Mcnefoe, of prior to tho loss of his reason, some 10 Mr. Benjamin Lotchor. Lancaster Rockcastle, whoe house was burned synopsis of the splendid lecture on the years ago. Record. was here Saturday soliciting "First Days of the Confedcracy,"which - m MIL W. G. Bl'BTON has returned last week, Tub William Welsh who was cut by help. Wm tells us that he was married singularly enough tho general says he from Nashville whore he has boon Jasper Pearl in Laurel hist week, is wrote after his first lecture on tho S$ a medical collugo. He will to his second wife in opposition to thu 'Last Days" of the Southern the same gentleman who used to live in 1 family and that his bouse was burned nuxt torm. from graduate It is hardly so taking Stanford, and who came hero now wife there. Confederacy. C.MT. J. U- OOUULAS, of Jelllco, before ho could get his with the general hearer as tho latter, Pittsburg, Pa. Mr. George F. AnderS 100 and it was all he His passed down to Lebanon Friday to meet had. loss is about j$ being less replete with anecdote and son, who came from Pittsburg Satur- jgjj lodge of that with tho Knight Templar day, tells us that the old gentleman is reminiscence, but it is full of solid INUBUBNUBNT OF IlAlLKOAUS. A place, of which ho Is member. to those unacquainted with badly wounded but will likely recover. wagon arranged until a few days ugo well rigged Wit did not hoar the events and reasons thai led to the 20 Cen that another son had arrlvod al Mr. for a family to live and cook In, with war and breathes throughout u tire of Bur (or tho fact thut about to hear young- places for fowls and other farm necesCollege students came up tre Forestus Kohl's. Tho proinlsliiR patriotism and an earnest appeal for Gordon's lecture wo would havo gotten saries, passed hero Friday en route to has been named for his father. ster tho obliteration of sectional ditlcrcnces A rather wo did. MISS NaNNBTTB IlKATH, teacher of Wayncsbiirg. It contained Thomas and a full restoration of brotherly love. worse left than amusing incident occurred In connecInstitute, family, of Hardin county, Orcuttand olooutlon In Ilardln Thu Southern people had regarded the spent Saturday and Sunday O , and they had mado the trip from constitution as a compact between tion with them. When Gen. Gordon tho matwith hor sister, Mrs. A. H. Severance. there via Maybvlllo in 12 days. Mr. States for tholr mutual good with co- came in one asked: "What's till right" with Gen. Gordon?" He's ter MIL 1KB MY BUS, of Garrard, a Rood Orcutt has traded for Mr. McXeal's ercion out of tho question. The States came In loud tones. "Who's all right?" Your House With Tho gontlc-imifarm of 12.j acres near Wayncsbiirg and old Confederate and a splendid had created It and the States had the "Gen. Gordon," following it with the Gordon's lecture will make that his lioinc. attended Gen. riRht to abrogate It whenever It failed College yell "Racky tack, cack cack," and went homo dollRhted that ho had Tub Faster service of tho JJomo Mis of Its intent. They believed that be- etc. As they concluded some follow n slon and Parsonage Society of tho ing tho creature of the States the con- yelled Rats." tho laugh went around MISS Peaim. DUUNSIDB wont U A Complete Line Of Lucia Methodist church, though somewhat stitution was not and could not be and there was no moro yelling that yesterday to visit Miss night. and atteml homo talent enter- handicapped by a heavy rain, was greater than Its creator, and they emHeavy Fines. The other day, Tom in which Miss largely attended and greatly enjoyed braced tholr right to withdraw from a tainment this ovonliiR was creditable and pleasing compact when thoy found It was grlcv- - Bvans, while drunk, raised a row with for it MuAfou takes part. on ious and burdensome. The North took a Wlls Guest und John Green, unother , MAXAOKK GL'B Hoi'MANN, of Crab thioughouL The pulpit stand, SprlnRS, went over toLoxlng which thu performers stood, was artis- dilTorenl view of it and by the forco of Negro, pitched into Guest. Marshal Orchard At ton Saturday to see Gun. Gentry about tically decorated with jxHteil llowers arms settled the question in its favor Nowland arrived about that time and family wnion and ovorgreons and when the IiuIIch In forever. Tho South had accepted in Green, who was drunk, let Into him. tho reunion of tho Gentry In August. will lw held at tho Spring tholr pretty now hats and Spring truest faltli the arbitrament and is as Tho otliccr procured an axo handle and l of Miss Lillian gowns added further to thu beauty of loyal now and as ready to defend tho In a momont Green was sprawling in aftor spending tho winter with tliu scene. It was Indeed onu to be ad- honor of the common country in caso the street with Ills scalp almost bare. bur very dear friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. mired. Mrs. J. W. Bryant, who is of war with Spain or any other coun- He and Bvans were taken to jail und Wugnor, of Tampa, Fin., has returned president of tho society, proslded very try, as the most patriotic of those who next day tho judge lined Green 823 and homo to the dullRht of her many gracefully and to her Is duo much of won In stead of lost In the great con- - costs for disorderly conduct and $50 and friends. years ago. With his pe- trimmings for giving minor liquor, tho success of the service. Tho pro lllct of MlSSBS J BAN ANDMaUUIB BUCHANof music, which was ex- culiar and powerful x)wers of descrip- costs and all making his punishment gram consisted AN were down from Crab Orchard tion, Gen. Gordon painted tho scenes bo worked out. With a trace Friday. Thoy say that Mrs. cellent, and essays, recitations and ex- of tho earlier days of the Confed 81 days to shopping chain linked to his leg and a .)0 pound orcises, which A'ero well given. Tho-- o A. Addams, of Frankfort, and that eracy with a vividness that brought ball at the other end, ho is now helping Our pulut will bo cheaper for you now than it will bo noxt year. Not boiuo tho prlco wonderful baby are with them now and who took part were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Improved. Bryant, Misses Annie Hlntt, Mamie them almost to the point of actual real- to clean the streets, ulong with Bvans,n is going to advance, but bocauso It will take moro pulnt. The wood will become mor that Mrs. A's eyes aro much who has to put in nine days. Dr. O'Ban-no- uhorbt!iit ihi'I It will require more oil to the pores. Mil W. F SiibuiuaN went to Louis- Illntt, Mary Mathcny, Julia Biggins, ization to his hearers und his eloquentsays that Green's wound came near ville yesterday morning. Since tho nnio Davat, Grace Grinstcnd, Fannio ly rounded sentences delivered In his being u sorlous one, but wo suspect one Mr. Sheridan has SK)onamorc, 0 Katharlno Grinstcnd, born oratorical and tragic manner were in tho head is tho wrong place to hurt troublous doing this olllco n good part In Minnie Straub and Annie Strnub and often and loudly applauded. At tho Green very badly. been close of his effort of nearly two hours tho matter of tolegruphlc Information Mr. T. D. Ranuy. THE Easter entertainment given by during which ho did not permit tho In, and has further glvon us cause to buy, It le the greater economy If you buy tho paint of us. the Mission Band at tho Christian Ijavo said, that ho Is LKB. James Lee, whoso Illness has what we alwnys flag for a momont, many most accom- beun noted In theso columns, died terest to Sunday night was u most pleaschurch one of tho cloverest and crowded up to shako tho hand of tho pulmodating men In tho country. Thursday night of a stomach troublo man whoso llfo has been devoted to Ills ing ono In every particular. Tho pit was decorated with llowers und which began some eight months ago. country and who is tlrst In the hearts LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Previous to that time ho was a very of ovory man who sympathized with evergreens und ut tho hour for the peanut cundy, Kniuly Kitch healthy man. Mr. Leo was foreman of tho Lost Cause. "I had rather shake his t commencement of tho program the lit Tby our TUBen. bridge carpenters on this division of hand than that of tiny president that ev-- 4 tle members of tho band marched in and two, ouch couple currying un two SBB Biggins ic Melvlnnoy's Disc tho L. & N. for years and was not only er occupied tho White House," saU an Reaching the pulpit a splendid man In his business, but enthusiastic man, whoso manner show- Inscribed banner. wheels. Harrow on the banners wore tastily arranged an excellent citizen as well. For 10 ed that ho meant what ho said. Glorillowers and then the largo TUY our 10c Jelllco cooking coal. J. yearn ho had lived In Stanford and no ous old man Great in war, greater In about tho wus treated to recitations, audience & Co. man stood higher for honor and Integ peace and may the God of ull powor II. Baughman dialogues, songs, &c., for 1$ hours. potn- - rity. Some 12 years ago hu married a keep and preserve him for many years Brazilian sweet performer Is deserving of Miss Jones, of Milan, Tonn., and she to defend the honor of his section and Bach little congratulation, while tho good cause tooB at Hlgglns te McKlnney's. with four sons, the youngest only three preuch the gospel of lasting union and thoy labored for, is so good a one that tax list will bo sold years old, uro loft to mourn tho loss of brotherly lovo. a TUB delinquent Gen. Gordon was tho guest of tho few fulled to resjKind when tho hut was a kind husband and indulgent father. at miction hero Friday. See ud. Napier Camp of Confederates Vet- passed around. The choruses und duets Tho remains were takon to Mlfun Fri- Tom whllo hero and thoy entertained by tho choir wore a decided feuture of erans and sorrel horse. LOST. Bay maro day und Saturday laid to rest In tho him ut supper at tho St. Asitph. the progrum. Buch child present wus given un Buster egg us a souvenir of Left l'rcachcrsvllle Friday night. B. burying ground of Mrs. Lee's family. quarantine has been tho occasion. President Mrs. W. M. K. Wcaren .S: Son. Tub smull-poMr. Leo lived at Woodblue for years C. V. Division and trains Bright and her noble as3lstunts worked Is still there. Ho was raised on tho In prepuring tho tots for their HUSTONVILLB. Dr. Penny will bo und his mother Middlesboro hard b . ,h v no doubt feit um,)lv rc ta noxt Monday highly thought of by tho company for Nos. 23 and 24 now run to Hotel the Weather-ford ut wo aro paid when they saw how well they had All which ho worked and by all others who as formerly, instead of Jelllco, to nrnctlco dentistry. told by Master of Trains B. N. Roller, j pleased tho audience. knew his many sterling qualities. guaranteed. BllONAUOH Is back from Ohio College of Surgery nt Cincin- Llcclo Bonzlcy. m m Wantbd - i '.. W. H. SHANKS. 1 11 11 fmmwpmw g gpimmmmmMEMM PEOM 1 vit-Ito- rs Lox-Inj-t- on Head to Foot d, s d - A Suit, a Hat, Pair Shoes, Underwear, Half Hose, Gloves.Shirts.Collars.Ties. At our store at lowest prices for cash. You will stand in your own light if you buy before you look at our stock of Gentleman's wear. No harm to look. Come let us show you. 11 two-hors- e m m I SEVERANCE & SOVS. mmm&mwwm&4$mmmmim i Klln-bothtow- n, n, Lob-ano- BEST MATERIAL Supplies. Mo-Af- eo 11 Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painters Caki-bntbi- Hus-tonvlll- o, CRAIG & HOOKER'S. If Your ;t0-od- d 11 hm hk Fainting 1111 war-time- PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. -- il 1i I ELDREDGE I tfi ! IIOMU-OUOW- N -- x Am-111- SEWtNG MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, something new, sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. ;i work ,.rfyMj4?i' Ejfe LftrffcW &.. i - , !' .,. i k P t NjC WALTER FORRESTER, AND POLITICAL POINTS. po- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL llticastro" Is, but the president hasn't Has just returned from the yet proven that he Is not "it." LIST TO BE SOLO Fkankfokt, April 9. The public at iilsllolioATMooiajro oadrridavo Kentucklan. im: last 1ms come to the same opinion of McCrenry's candidacy moots with McKlnley Unit I expressed nearly a 15, DR. R. .a.:dva.is-oj- 3 Market, mid lms hroutrht with her n much fuvor hi this locality and ho will su i3iii. YJCA.it i:s year ago. He may avoid the exposure receive a uulted support, Level Green choice selection of nil the novelties of the At Auction, soaon. An Inunction of her h ock Is soof his duplicity in the Spanish nego- Cor. Mt. Vernon Signal. O- - When not so paid Q2. SO will c charged. licited. At 2 p M bofurp the courtOioti-- c door in tiations, but he can never outlive the Judge J. P. Tarvln, of Kentucky, Stanford, the delinquent lux list roturnod HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & suspicion that his conduct has aroused was BURGEON, elected president of the League of f by the Sliorifl'. will he Mold to the highest For ImlcliliiK. Hlnck' of corruption. It Is not for the "busiV. and host bidder. Parties interested can Utmetalllc Clubs at IndlnunpoUs. Kentucky. JLUVJTvTkJ. Langhhtin, 60c, MjLight ness intorosis" in general that McKln J. Uryan examine Hie list nt the county clerks of Stanford, Hrahiimn mid llroiizc Turkey, U per addressed the conveutlou. THE fice. ley Is tricking Congress, It is for a litettiug of 13 Pure Htoolr. l. S. TaV.s, Ollice over HlKglu & MeKlnncj ' Store. In the Uouso Mr. Lentx, rep., of By otder of the Court Sholbv C1t), Kv Hanna. Ohio, made a blttor attack on the adtle coterie headed by KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. GliO 1 COOPKlt, It Is for those who claim the doubtful ministration, declaring that the presiI Cloik L'ncoln Couniy. -Trains leare Stanford at 7 10 a. ra., returning credit of having bought the presidency. UOKISltT FIS2I, dent's delay was in the interostof stock aU:25p. in. If these "business Interests" are to jobbers. War between pliino dealers bun forcl m ,Tiin..r..L iv.ri a - ...v -.- .i, ... ... knoxviludTvision. to bu my Kood, dlreet frt.m the factories )Maudln Mm emasculate our National character, if ready to riMrr.,hnx "No sir, I am not a candidate for and imv sMt cash, and Hint h why I oil a pho ,oll n nt?,.,,,, nllU lm,rcul'' AM 12 37 p m they are to put a price on the lives of judge of .. No. 24 Train going North the court of appeals, nor any I will Ntnnd on my furm one tittle north of Kood piano for k"s tuouev than It catibohad iieodlng work ohould mil on him. tin I 3 IS a in " " No. ?G " our sailors, and If they arc to dictate Hitstonvtlle. on the HtHtmivUlo mid Dan- any where on earth. Pianos from 530 to Hure to pleNhe yuu tmli Uivhnrd, Ky. 08 12 10 a m " South Ko. 25 " other otllco, nor will I be," says Judge ville turnpike, my Jack, Maefc Cloud. 3300. Urgnim33 and up. Call on or ad" 27 ui our foreign policy hi times like the " No. 23 " n) J f ltl'.F.I). Manfuid. Kv. T. Z. Morrow in auswer to the question dress For alllPoints. present, then I predict that the young aa At S3 t: t: Issuro a Living Celt. HOUND TO SELL to his intentions. RO'IGir TICKKTS SOLl. men of the South and West who huve Hlueh Cloud I Mack with mealy point. 15 The election contest of Joslah PatKACOAUn CHECKF.l) TIlltOUGU. All those Mnltn Cultivators, voted with the republicans on account and For any information enquire ol All those Kill bearing I)eeringinowcr, terson against Ed Carmack has been hiimli :t Indies high lloylefour veu'rt old. bred liy W. M. Hurko. of County. dred by of the currency issue, will vote for a All those H.tll benrlnt; Duoriug binders, In favor of the latter by the llurUe'totd itek. Totn'lCeene. decided JOK S. RICE, Agent, Dealers Iu 1S90. If the "business InAll those nice working Dcuripg hay A full brother to lthu-Cloud nn sold btauford, Ky. democrat in house committee. This will bo the last rnke., terests" demand the renunciation of heard of Joslah In public life. He and about four ears ago to California part lot for sS.OOo. All those neat looking luiCKioc, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. the American spirit, the "business in Bynum and J A. WRIGHT. Moreiaud. Kv. All thoyo solid O.tk suits Furniture, other little sub?ldlaed satd Order Ollice and IVod nchatige near VIA UEOHULTOWN. terests" will get a swift kick and a All those cross rowing corn planter. Crossing, Depot St., MHtiford, Kv ellites of Grover Cleveland of their M r. M. a. . M. a. it. hard swat the next time the people get Coal Yard, .Mill S;., lutelj J II lf;f;lf i! All of those nt I) U rVKPKNTKK'S, 85 200 Lrc. Somerset, Arl2 85 class have had their lights put out forJan. stand. Sntlsfaotlou Uuarantecd 8 20 to the polls. " 11 31 " Jet. City, Ihistouvillu, Kv 3 IS Messenger. Oweusboro "05 C30 150 ArrOeotvetown, Lt 9 35 McKlnley Is doing more than all the ever. 3 00 " 6 30 " Frankfort, 11 S3 :2o o other influences of the time to elect I hnve received at niv homo a complete CRAB ORCHARD. S SO 6M0 8 40 Arr Paris Hue of styll-- h eoods. eordlallj Invite all Bryan In 1599. Nothing else is talked Dally except Sunday my friends C. D.UEUCAW.O.F.A. Toothache is epidemic In Crab Or- Inspect niv and acquaintances tb come nud MRS U.D.SIMPSON, Proi . of but the Spanish business and poods. HoMMVtfulIv. HETTIE IS LEWIS. Americau can talk about it chard, but with two good dentists in QUEEN & CRESCENT. Lancaster, : Kentucky. 0 Turnersvllle. Kv. without getting eick when he contem town I think It will soon subside. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Mrs. A. Addatns is visiting her moth Newly furnished i clean beds; splentHd counterfeit that 3 51 p m plates that putty-face- d 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South a Porteis lablo. Kvciylliitig No. 3 " ..... 12 02 a ra " 4 " ..... 3 24 a m Is slobbering oyer his work as er, Mrs. Jane Buchanan. Mrs. J. F. ! 182pm No. 5 " 1131am " C " 89 meet jrnitis. Cummins, Misses Berdie Jatnos and 8 20pm No. 9 " W.WO pounds of Wool mutod. Illshost 600am Hanna's man. Ugh! "10 " No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further Walter Forrester. Anna Bronuugh, of Stanford, came to market ptlro. 5eo me before vou soil.lm J. than Junction City. SPUING, 1898. Crab Orchard to display their Easter II. Hoonc Stanford, Kv. OF BROOKLYN. MIDDLEBUR6. bonnets Sunday. display of millinery at The Easter Royal makes the food pure, Marbles are now clulmlng tho atteu wholesome and delicious the opening of Miss Pearl Phillips and : tlon of our young patriots. The Hluo Ornss Nurerles oiler even thlnj; was all that could be No Aleuts pears and plums are all Mrs. Kittle Klnir Peaches, for Orchard, Garden, I.uwu. Undertaker, desired in a town of Crab Orchard's Co., of Scotland. Strawberry and Runorul nurrj Catalogue killed in this section. Hustonville. - Kentucky on application to size and they certainly should be able All hail to Consul General Fitzhuuh II. IV HILLF.NMEVnn, TOUNDKD 1NOS. In this vicinity. OCon bli MrTlcri to the insilp ofWwt I.tnfolu Telephone JUT. Lexington, Ky. iloi Lee! He Is one of few that both North to supply everybody inn twy couniies of Louisville is at eualwayion liund t uu ttucK 01 lomiuanu t;K Charley Snyder, and South, Yankees and Dixieltcs could D S. Carentr. Minarr 93 home trying to get well. He has had unite on. rheumatism and after trying the best LOUISXZILLB bTA.M'OItti, KY. Decoration day will be observed at medical aid of Louisville concluded t the cemetery at this place. The Louisville, Ky., was able to do more than band will furnish music for the that mother any one, so came home to get tho bene-l- it C. occasion. AMERICANA EUROPEAN of her careful nursing. Ho Is rapidMiss Helen Sharp, the very accom1 JA?Cr5. Mr. Frank Johnson modating postmaster at Yo&craite, is ly getting better. and sister, of Harrodsburg. aro guests The Ladies ltestnurnnl Is the tluoet in now the owner of a bicycle and with the city. Every convenience for ladies The of Mr. Chris. McClurc's family. Dr. POWDER bloomers she will be a new woman. Spending the day in the city. Myers came on a visit to his Absolutely Pure tientlent-n'Farmers have been making great Will Cafe on ollico.lloor. Sat-- i M. A. Harris, Stanford, Kv., headway the past three days. But lit- grandmother, Mrs. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, urday. He has not yet decided where . tle gardening has been done on account Malinger. ho will locate. The many friends of of the rains and excessive cold weather. And rtOYU TO3CR CO., hw YORK. Music - Tuns lav, Tnursday nn.lJ3und.vr In Receiving his Mls3 Eva Stegar regret to hear of her Rev. W. E. Foster, of Louisville, Kveuing. being confined to her bed by sickness, i Goods. preached at the Baptist church Sunday M. Black returned to her homo A. S. PRJCE, morning and evening. Rev. F. L. Mrs. J. Goods Warranted. In Kuoxvllle Friday after a pleasant Creech preached at the M. E. church Surgeon visit to her mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish. Fit Guaranteed. at Bruce's Chapel Sunday. Dentist, TINNING & PLUMBING, Miss Daisy Potter, a bewitching little Gm!TTwTj Give Him a Call. The writer and Fred Durham had the of Manchester, Is visiting the THE ENJOYMENT OF ART Stanford, Ky. pleasure of attending the second rendi brunette ST AM FORD, IC V. , family of Chas. Redd, Jr., consequent. O, Laxium. at ly, the Chappell's Gap Pike Is the priu. isu't necessarily an expensive luxury, un Is no prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing Jou.h II. Castlkmak. OrHceoror McUolcrts' Drug Store in theKOwsler tion of the Old Maid's Convention loss you surround yourself with cotlj and Tliiulnj; ole proprietors of Dean' Liberty Wednesday night. Prof. Culd-we- ll nnllditif. at present' paintings or tatuarv. You cm revel in Illack Diamond Hoof I'utut. Telephone No. gave some recitations and imper- elpal street in Crab Orchard Mill Mrs. Mary Anderson, wife of tho lately artistic benuty on your walls nnd ceilings 20. rpIdi'nee &Shoo oilMill St .. 0PIslte J sonations, among them being short II. IlauKlitnuu Co.' ltf Is very by covering them with such exquisite Anderson, tints and colon, in nil the latest speeches by Joe C. S. Blackburn and deceased Rev. J. A. Orchard. home in Crab styles In wall papers, from our superior Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge. Joe was sick at her INSURANCE COMPANY spring btncir. arraigning the boss arch traitor In the c In Monroe County, Tenn., John late presidential campaign, and "WilW. W. WITHERS, and son, Joe, shot and killed Hen OK LIVERPOOL. ly Breck" was denouncing democrats, Mur- ry and Ernest Howard and James yet asking for their votes. About 840 .Dealer In. Kentucky. rand and mortally wounded Tom How- Stanford, C. C. t Stanford, j Ky. were taken in. SUsnti si. Howards were brothers and ard. The BHRBEE 5. CBSTLEME. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. of the elder McGheo, and Branch Store and Umlettakini: Outfit nt It costs a good deal to run the presi MAN Ad Kite, dent of these United States. In addi- the killing was the result ofn family Hustonville. Ky. tion to his salary of $30,000, he Is given feud, caused by a runaway marriage. Oommcrco .Building, Louisville In no country are there more dia 830,004 to pay the salaries of his suborAgrut Throughout the outb. IVrOTWW dinates. His private secretary is paid monds to be found than In the United 83,230, his assistant secretary 82,250.bis States, according to the population, lt stenographer 81,800, five messengers Is estimated by a leading Maiden Lane, Uk1 Agent, each 31,200, a steward 81.S0O, two door- New York, diamond dealer that theie iltiilUW'i it STANFORD, KV. Stanford, - - - Kentucky. keepers each 81,200, four other clerks are upward of 8300,000,000 worth of diaGl'AKAN'TKED ' good salaries, one telegraph opera- monds In this country. at Talk about slaves In petticoats, not Co tor, two ushers 81,400 each, a night Farmers usher at $1,200, a watchman at 8900,and infreauentlvu woman and a cow are OF STANFORD. KV. V the man who takes care of tho fires re- seen together pulling a coal curt thro' of u North German city, ceives $S04, a year. In addition to this tho streets 5200,000 00 Pali up Capital, there is given him $S,000 for Incidental tho man driver touching them up gent17,003 SO Surplus, Tim expenses, tuch as stationery, carpets ly with a whip as he walks beside IM'iMP and the care of the presidental stables. them. nil ii'c II jr provision, of Ui charter, dmilliiri ore 1 VCJH Al t ill fullr nrutioted a, are dfillir in National llaiikj, 1) Dr. Reynolds, of Elkton, was helped Uuder another heading there is given to U'lf liable i aliarlioIdM hfllitf hll linllriiiiinlljr to celebrate his Tlst birth anniversary , aiuuuutof tlielrstutk llicieln at tlio extent of the 0 him nearly 810,000 more. Of this And Dealer hi in njillllun to tlioainotiuiin-Testi'the .r value llien-orby over 100 babies he had assisted into TENirrKAT! J are for repaUs and refurnishing In tuoh thanii It may mi at HA3NJHBS, SADDLEBY, &0. White House, 82,300 for fuel, $4,000 the this world, ull wishing he may go out luiiititialor, triittte, A., ai Hilly ui 111 Indlvlilual. for our thauktto tho.e who Imvo I'lilniit-eTemleniiR EIGHT GREAT STATES their hiuliKM to ut, we lrut they will mntltiut the greenhouse, 815,000 for gas, match- when ho must, easily, and land where STVNFOKD. KY. to do no, and vre otler uiaKiianuiteuuir ironitat-tentlono crying babies. es and the stable. The White House there are Kentucky, Tennessee, Vlrpltila. Georgia. to same our SOynniV oxiierleme Ih lank rwrtli and f.outh Curollna, Inland as liberal areumiuoilationt at are cumUtenl William Frederick Cody earned the therefore costs the country consldera- AlalMima, MUiUiljipl. witn sound uaukiiig. of "Buffalo Hill" by killing 4,2su ' bly over $123,000 a year. title tt?t?tf!.-ff!?T?lUIRECTOHS. How can it he done'' Simplicity in buffalos in 13 months. This slaughter construction and not belonging to the J J. WillUnii, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cuiumlta, FreaehenTnics The Getbsemin'e Monks do not bury was to supply meat for thu laborers who Typewriter Trust result in an honM proJ. II. Uley, J. S Owjley.Sr., Sleeping incoilins. The New Haven paper in were constructing a railroad in Western duct at an honest price. The Hlickuntv b. II. Sliankn, William (touch, THE POPULAR J. V. Catl b J. Kmhry, derfer h the only high giadc mncliiuuat telling of the burial of a Mr. Dunn. Kansas. A W. Catnterj lletween Louisville am' the South J. i:. hynn, htricll) is reasonable cot. J. N. Mtiicfce. El 0 Atlanta, who died there says: "No After all Emlle Zola goes free. Tho scientific iriiiciplcH,It nnd built on the host of onl WWWWs u&cle&s cotlln inclosed his orriccRi. breast," but, court of Cussatlon has quashed the ver nnd most durable material. .ymv..nt.iiMt'tf.irflfi tlftiffVfftf" S. Il.ShanVi. I'reiMent, THREE DAILY TRAINS II. O wider Cahlr, not ordered J. Some distinctive feattnes, visible vvoric, .WWWWWWTCTTlTTITTITTrrTJTi, "uresseu m tne brown habit or St. Uen diet against him and has 1.. ..i.o W M IlrUht Teller Each way hot ween LouUvllIo and Lexington. edict, with the circular carefully wrap- - any new trial. Ho will come to this interchangeable type, portability, durabil: ped about ity, doing away with ribbou nuisance un his body, and the cowl drawn country . to lecture. . W. A. Tl'Itlf, O. P. A.. , varying alignment, Wuahlligton. I). 0. y w carefully over his head, so as to cover I was reading au adertl$eiuent of Chaiulierlalif inp 84 separate ch unexcelled manifold FIRST NATIONAL BANK itrwwtfTs meters, otc, etc W. II. TAVLOK. A. O. P. A. ! his face, they laid him away to await Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Itemed)" In the Wor The 11 ickcndcrfcr is the only typeWTWTs Louhnllle, Ky Kntcrprisejretently, which leads 1110 to write writer receiving highest award nt World's cester t ic general resurrection. OK STANFUIlD, KV. any remeHANN'A. Hop-klnsvllle STILL GIVING IT TO M'KINLUY vo uon't Know exactly wiiat a DELINQUENT TAX FRIDAY, HPRIL TO CONTRACTORS. (MRS- - KITTY received to April IS. at noon, for tho building of the New Church nt Mt. Morliili. Tor further Information, plans and specifications, nddres. J I). IIASTIN. F.well. Ky. IlliU will 1)0 KING, CHAD OKCHAItD. KY. m. PHGLPS, ill i nsr:E::Ksr g5B&i I TpfrtQ Ml BLACK CLOUD W A. JEt n-room -- 1 1 NOEL(S6SON, Kail-roa1 1 Coal, Corn And Hay, 1 MILLINER Y. 1 noself-respecti- ng Mason Hotel lirit-clus- FIRE INSUBHNGB TVOOL 1 Insurance Company Insurance J. T. Trees, Plants, Vines. . SXJTTOJO. Caledonian ROYAL I HOTEL R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. Mld-dlebu- rg baW BAKIfcO. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall J s J J. T. Jones, Vlnter i sst. w. s. FEinsnr, tic-sig- Mc-Ge- A. C. SNE, sons-in-la- J.G.JV?cCL)AY 1a U M B IE H9 u, . AND DOORS, Bank&Trast P?CE, S35. r I Southern Railway i I 312,-30- , d ( ni-cnto- d n ;TO! t..t. tt?t ttf Yttti $ tMnMtHttft (........ 1.3 MMiMMa4Mi " Through WfjJtlX Cars -- --- tjrtjri 11 Ztlt 1 t -- r- t- - VAT VVK . a'1'-- -' I tl'lc f J! iJ! M.' !S iANK r Southern Baptist Convention, KorJ dy ejual to It for colic and diarrhoea, I lme had to uto more than one or two dose focure f jlk, Va., May Tickets on sale worst caw with iu)elf or children. W A vlaaho Queen & Crescent Route at tho the Sinol'U. rupomoU City, Md. Tor sale by CIt.VKr rate of one furc for round trip from all A ilOCKiat. I)nill points on its line to Norfolk, Va., ac connt tho convention, which meets at Dates of sales, that point May May 2nd to 0th, good to return 10 du s after date of sale. The most attractive ' routo to Norfolk is via the Queen & Crescent Route. nev-c2. 2. this, lean truthfully tajr I neuT ucd Fair. Improved since Scud for catalogue and testimonials Surplus, $15,750 Capital Stock $100,000. MOOHK BROS., GEX L ACTS. public Is railed to the f.ict that Attention of the 125 E Fnvctto fit. only National Hank In Stanford. 'JlSFst X. W this Is theprovisions ot the National Hank UnAct der tho B tlinor. Md. Wnhhiiicton, D. 6 depositors atu secured not only by the capital stock, lint liv the stockholders' liability for an amount eo,ualtn the stock no tti.it dejHiiltorsofthlslnstllu-llu- u ant secured by a fund otiAO.WX). Five sworn statements of thu condition of tho Hank aro made each year to the United Mates Win eriimt nt unit Its assets are examined at stated times by government stents, thus securing additional and jvrtcct salct. to depositors. This Institution orlxlnally estahllihed as the le. posit Hatic of Stanford In 1&34, then reorganized u the National Hank of Stanford In IMU anilualn reoranlred as the First National Hnnk of Stanford In liiii, has had practically nuunluterriiplcd existence for 3.1 years. It Is littler supplied now wlt laeilitlisor transacting business promptly and liberally than tver before iu Its loin; nud lionornblo career. Accounts of Individuals, tlduc!ar!ts,tiruis atd Individuals solicited. OIHICTORS. "BIG ItOUTK. '.The Hcnt Line toand From 4 2 IWWHfmWHfHfTHt'ftrftMml I JL i 4? W I t i itit? & VP W i A A A A A A WWWWWWU,WWWTWS itlttlttltrff ftflltflf tf a tS 1 T T "! t- r T ZfUl tiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiir D' V' "" . j. iii:r.n, wIo li Btitllclcnt" and a word from the who should be lumdent, hut you ask to t'10 "A word 5 rtsr J -- i.y.i FTT3rfc?ZZ33Egg& mj Vl T a f T1T1 A a a a fUltI fill & V who are the wise? Those v ho know. Tho oft experience of triutworllir ixrODs mav lo taken fir kuowle lge. Jlr. W. M. Ttrry ay Chanr-- ' Urlaliri Couah Remedy KIvea belter MtUfaclion ,.,",n ""J" othcr ,n th0 ,"arUet- - He h" u'cn Iu h Ur"K '""'"P at Elkton, Ky.. for twelro ) ears; hat1 i'1 lunlre,U of lxmio of thU remedy and nearly j . . . ir.r. 8U ",e,"e"'!, iiianuiaciurco, which hows contluMu-l- j that Chamlwlaln'a I. the mct aatUfaaory to the people, and U tho LeU For aale rais' A HocLer, Dioiggl.ts. lll... ... The Cylinder Basting' and Baking Pan. You can save zS0B0S!&2!tt l??5?tUirWl Time Both and Trouble. WCiS TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Point In .Michigan. CHICAGO. "WhltoCItySiclal." ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel llest Terminal Station. BOSTON. Warner Meepliig;Car. Buffet Parlor Car, WasiicrSleoplufr Ca Compartment Cars, Llegant Coaches ". Pr rat und Din ..JS you can obtain one of theso Bastcrs frco or Cull nt my store nnd wo will explain how is revolve 1 through the juice while cooking. charge The roast MARK HSRDIN. F. Reld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hay.len, Stanford S. 11. lkiiiglimau, " S. T. Harris, ' .1 " ' T P. Hill. S. Hocker, W. A. Trihhle. W. V. Walton " J.H.CollIer.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon M, JJ. Elmore, Stanford. orriCEKs. J. S. Hocker, President; J J. Mcltoberls CajhU A. A McKliiiiey,AMitautCashhr. NEW YORK. I .T vais. He sure your tickets read tia "HIG FOim i L.O.MCCOKMIOK, WAltltF.NU. LVNPH Tralllc Mgr., Ass. Ocn. Puss. A Tkt CINCINNATI OHIO. Jk'