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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898041501 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 1. LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 15. 189S. in this city, including the Impressive ceremony by Rev. T. II. CKinpbell. This alliance between ttfo of the largest tiud most influential families lu Doyle auiM.inrr.ird will liavu a tendency to strengthen the already plonsjtnt relations existing between the two counties. ful wuddlngs over witnessed MATRIMONIAL Dailkv-Lackbv. NEWS IHTHEVICINAGE. MATTERS. l.sW IM J George Honson, of Citsuy count,, died from the ulTuots of n Uok on thu head. Guorjfo Cirahuin. u unvrenoeburtr grocer, uasltfiiod. Liabilities and assets tire uld to bo $15,000 each. Stun Lyons, of Danville, was elected president of tho Koutitcky Laundry-inon'- s Association, and Jou E. lhittisoy, of Winchester, was oluotud secretary. The Loulsvlllo Commercial uys that II. '.. Unison, of Garrurdcume totbom tt) enlist In the army but Rot dtsgiwtod when his umbrella and later hi? overcoat ive-- stolon and tftivo tin H"J Ino dis-trfo- IV days. Mr. and Mr. Geo. II. Engloman and Mrs. E P. Woods attendod the Haiitftimiiu-lttinzlcy wedding. Many here- are riUpliisd with tho president's inussage and they propose to solid him a h.iukbone, or a pound of starch to be used on the one ho has. John H Thompson's announeoment for the nomination for Concuss causes me to again advise the democrats to tention. Tho following havo boon a)olnted view th ground and uomliiaio the man t: who ouu win, regardless of personal as storekeepers and gaiiKur Iti thlWin. AUeson. Achilles U. preferuiicos Mr. T. J. Iltuchor told me of a family Hrown, S. II. Kush, Alfred Mareum. Jackson Norrls, Geo. D. Lusk, Hamp- In Wuynu county. In which there arc o thriw sisters whose height runs from ton CJ. Coldlron, George N. .lean, Mr. Kush, early dtu-I- feet 10 Inches to 7 foot 2 Inches, and IIutTakor. this administration was an aspir- six brother only ono of whom Is uudor for tho Peruvian ministership, but 7 foot, and one is 7 feet 4 Inches tall. ant Next. his ambition ran on a sliding scale. There are many hero who are for Tho 7ith anniversary of the Kentucky School for tho Deaf was celebrat- Gen. Leu (or president since It is beed at Danvillo In tho chapol of the In- lieved that his statement on his return stitution. Prof. Augustus Honors, the to Washington will foreo Immudlato Hiiparintendent, presiding. Addresses, Intervention and the ultimate Indehistorical and reminiscent, wore made pendence of Cuba. Humanity oalls for by I lev. J. L. Allen, of Danville, Prof. this, to sny nothing of tho Intel natlonul G. M. MoClure, of the faculty, and Uov. rulings In uch casus. Ten men will lie added at once to Frank J. Cheek, of Parln. The exercises were intersHjreod with soloeiions each section of the railroad, running In the sign language, by tho pupils of from Stanford to Richmond, for the purpose of putting the road In condithe school. Da.nvilui:. A. L. Denny will soon tion for our new train service. It is now reported that all tho through movo to Atlanta, Ga., to locate and in the druggist business. Ho bar trains, now running from Kichmotid to just cloioi a trade for the establUh-mun- t Livingston, will be run over this conducted by tho laic George branch. Presbytery Chief of Police Walker gave mo the Metcalfe. Transylvania mecU in Danvillo next Tuesday, the following from thu police court: Chas. 10th. Tho body was to meet at Mt. Anderson was lined $10 for the breueh s will of the peace: Molliu Fan knur $5 and Vernon, but for dlllcront Dunvlilo. During the Elista Held $10, for same ollense; Chas. bo adjourned to storm yesterday lightning struck the Owun $15 fur shooting (u town limits, rcsldonce of G. M. Lane, near Shelby and Ham Huffman $10 for soiling liqCity, set lire to the house and consid- uor unlawfully. Tho parties are all erable clothing, bedding, etc., was de- colored. stroyed. Advocate. William G. Jones, of Buckeye, sent me a small sUed lieu egg, which was LAND AND STOCK. certainly deoslted in an old ash pile Two good, young Poland China boars over lOyoiiis ugo. Tho proof for this ready for service for sale. Mark Har- Is irrefutable, as the ash pile was covered with dirt from a well which was din. dug over 40 years ago and the egg was HO stallions were shown at LexOnly Monday, against 100 or more found a few days ago, when moving the ington ash pile. It weighs less than i an formerly. oun CO. G. l tc Frank Hcckslcad, of Salt The Lancaster band serenaded Gen. Lake, sold to Huthbono k .Miles i',000 D. K. Collier on Monday, pluying sev sheep at $ I. J. T. Ilackloy sold two bull calves at eral patriotic airs. Great enthusiasm prevailed, until the general responded d &0. One was bought by Cobb & in a sHech, In which he said that he nnd tho other by J. II. Swope. Carroll Hold's Sister Stella ran third would see that they all got a place in front ranks, if war is declared. After nt Newport Tuesday and II. II. in another this remark the patriotism, which had Annie Taylor lxth been manifested by the crowd, which race. Will Wallace's Hanlshed won the followed tho band, subsided to a very Tennessee Club stakes at Memphis, great extent. At three minutes past 12 this, Thurswith Midstream second and Globe day, morning the lire alarm was soundthird. G. S. Jones, of Pulaski, sold to J. E. ed and it was discovered that tho frame heifers, nt $.'17.40 house on Richmond Avenue, in which liruco two and to other parties two cows at IIJ and Sam P. Evans kept a stock of general a heifer for merchandise, was so far enveloped in Tho Glasgow News reports a sale of (lames as to render It impossible to save three 15 and 10 hand mules for 5315 any of the contents. Loss on stock is and 12 shorthorn bull and heifer calves estimated at $2,700, vlth $l,:t00 insurance. Mr. Evans had a good business from .'I to 11 months old, at $115. II. P. Hlllcnmeyer, the Lexington and his friends regret exceedingly to are se- hear of his loss. The house was not nurseryman, says that pear-hariously damaged and Micro will bo few, valuable, having been previously used but apples, strawberries and raspber- as a machine warehouse. ries are safe. Tho tlscal court convened on WedTho report to tho National depart- nesday and agreed to advertise 20 days ment of agriculture for April U makes longor for bids to keep the turnplkos, tho average condition of winter wheat which havo boon bought by tho county, SO, against 81. 4 last April, and 77.1 on in repair. The' bpecillcullons require April 1, 1SU0. that the metal shall bo of thu bust "All tho Migar lniortod into this quality and measured In a box, preparcountry, amounting to $100,000,000 a ed for that purpose, to insure accuracy year, could be raised on 1,000,000 acres and no stone is to be too largo to be of land, planted with boot root.' Sec- pasnud through a ring two inches in retary of Agriculture Wilson. diameter. No contract will be awarded W. II. Murphy refused $250 for his to any ono person for loss than two nor lino young jack, lUchtird Iiibb,' which more than livo miles. Tho bast bids he Is standing this year. Ho bought will be accepU'd and thu superintendhim a short while ago for loss than ent will see the work properly execuHnr-dett15 ni; en-gu- drive lit tli country convinced mo that only about hull the peach s and none of th apples me killed, and tho wheat crop Is very promising. Messrs. Joshua Sutton nnd D. M. Lackey have been very sick for several A . The climax of a love affair, extending almon from their childhood, was beautifully cele- brutud lu happy murrlago Tuesday evening, when at 3 o'clock Rev. F. W. Allen, of the Christian church, said thu well chosen words that made James Carroll Bailey and Miss Clarft Welch Lackey one till death shall part. The parlor had bean beautifully decorated and an arcliwny of evergreens erected, from which was suspended a bell. Above thu arch in letters of green were tho names. At the appointed hour Mr. J. W. Rout, Jr.. and Miss Bessie Richards entered the room followed by Mr. G. T. Lackey and Miss Georgia Wray. Mr. II. Rowan Saulley und Mis Ophelia Lackey, the latter best mau and maid of honor. Arriving at tho arch they passed behind and through it, the gentlemen and ladies there separating to opposite sides. The contracting parties followed and stood after passing behind the arch under tho boll, when the minister appear ed before them nnd In that position the vows wore taken. Tho wedding inarch, which was played by Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Dunks, was resumed und the party passed at once into the dining room, where an elegant und burnpiuous supper served in courses, was discussed and enjoyed. There were more than 100 people present und it was near 11 o'clock before the repast was ended. Shortly afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, accompanied by the attendants, dtove to town and took tho train via Livingston for Covington, where they will be entertained for a week by Mrs. II. D. Gregory, a bister of the groom. Of the worthy young couple too much can not be said In praise. The bride is a daughter of ..Hon. and Mrs. G. A. Lackey and inherits her handsome face and splendid figure from the Wolchs, whose niece sho Is. She is n perfect blonde, of graceful mien and prepossessing manners and is as lovely of character as she Is blessed with pysi-cBailey-Lackey. I Three Shoe Graces. t j w : .'sMwsl - Wi mk a mum. . hessimsk . vciv'iirisviii'J'isii-i-SS-I'KSOSSSS-r-S-l-SSn- i .u ... . NO. 12 . ,. . :. 0 a : V The Thrvo Graces which characterize our Shoes sire Fit, "Wear and Appearance. Tlu'j At Tili. ivuar long and look wt'U as tongas they wear. In addition to these tluee graces, there I also Low Price. Alwnjs call on us. Mats, Furnishings, Trunks, lalises. : n OALOWELL & House, LANSBRf The Leading and Shoe Furnishing- DANVILLE, KY. Go to Danville as soon us posslli e and see tho IlatuUomest Line of : 11 v In tho Latest Colorings Gam.aNT U. J. Nkwlon, editor of the Owetiton Herald, who served with distinction under thu leurloss John S. Mosby for the Lost Cause, proposes to raise a company of cavalry composed of Kentucky editors. If that is your only chance for a company, old man, jou'll have to go to war us a private. Kentucky odltors are not spoiling for a light, when they have to do the fighting, nnd will nil some excuse or other to stay at home. As for ourselves we will have to remain and attend to the babies, who may be old enough yet to take a baud if MeKlnley's policy of procrastination prevails. 1 Ever made South of tho Ohio Itlver. Ttie trip will pay you to see and know how Cheaply you can IIandoinely Decorate Your House. You will llnd tho latest styles for painting houses, and all Information freely given. HEW lllL Ja.luiL A 141 sLMl i picture: frame moulding Ueds, Moss, Green nnd New Illuc so the rincst Dlsnluy of New ever shown In tills State. Al- Windov Shades, All Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, Window Glnss and I'ulnc llrushes and Art Material A. El. N. W. MAY. L't.r.nK. GIBBONS, Deinville, (C) at No. 300 Main Street. ir r A FUNS Y MOVE "poiificArpoTHfsr Judge Vincent Borulng, of London, saems to have the call for tho republican Congressional nomination in the 11th district. This end of tho district seems to be solid for him. Glasgow Times. The democratic committee in tho .'id appellate district has ordered mass conventions in each county for June 25 to select delegates to a district convention to bo held in Lebanon July 5 for tho putposo of making thu nomination. Tho Danvillo Advocatu thinks that Mr. Thompson'n appearance In tho race will strengthen Gov. McCreary. "We do not mean that Mr. Thompson is running in the interest of tho Madison county candidate. Far from It. Mr. Thompson is bitterly opposed to htm, and enters the race for tho purpose. of dofcattng him. But there Is where we believe Mr. Thompson has made a mistake. Gov. McCreary can not bo defeated by a dlvNIon of tho opposition, and, it Is doubtful if ho can bu beaten at all, but if tho effort Is to bo made then tho democrats who arc opposed to him should unite upon some good man and not divide their strength between two or more candidates. Tho more the entries tho easier will be McCrcary's victory." A dispatch from Lexington of the that J. F. Cook's scheme to have stock yards and sales at Lexington after tho order of Louisville and Cincinnati, has about reached fulfill 11th shows fw aft Tor Its a Squeeze for Competition to keep up with us. Our fine Lino of rea-on- 1 al LU-lar- Bro-naugh- 's ment. About 50 Central Kentucky live stock dealers met there and selected J. II. Embry, Nicholusville, J. W. Hannah, Hurrodsburg; Simon Well, O, II. Chenault and S. L. Nanmetcr, Lex tnglon, a committee to organize a com- iKinv t establish and conduct a live block market and yards in Lexington. A general mooting will be hold Apr! 23. at which tho organization will be porfuclod. 8100. W. A. Trlbblo's lino mate, Kuto M alloy, dropped a fino sorrel lilly colt by Nuthurst, 2:12, Tuesday. She Is a moat promising youngster and boa u trot which Mr. T. says Is tho very poetry of motion. W. J Shearer brought to this olllco nails and six two paunch, purchased taken from a beefs Probably this from W.J. Ilorndou. cattlo for tho heavy-weigaccounts Mr. Ilorntloa handles. Itlehmono Climax. A. E. Hundley says ills advertisement In this paper sold all of his fine hogs and other rich blooded "stuff" offered, and ho is afraid ho will be compelled to soil his lino saddle stallion, Ground Squirrel, If ho Is tulvortlsed long. A Paris, Mo., man purohubod 3,000 calves, many of them yet unborn, from tho X 1 T ranch In Texas, tho other day, paying for thorn $21 each, delivery The to bo made December I next. calves are to be all red wllh whlto faces. This looks like a big price, but ho has thorn already gold at $25, making thereby $.'J,u00 on the deal. six-penht Tropical wars are always destructive of human life. Yours ago our govern ment &ont an array of 7,100 men to Florida to biibdue 3,000 Setnlnoles, In uludlug all their women and child run. The job was finally done, but it cost us 1,531 lives of soldiers, of whom only 5S fell hi battle. Since then we have paid $53,000,000 in pensions on account of tho Seminole war. ted. dollar bout sugar facA wedding, on tory ib to bo eroded at Carlisle, Pa., The lhtiiv Tuesday night, happened substantially work beginning within a few weeks. It as foretold In the I.NTKHlOlt .foi'KNAL, is expected that this factory will rein advance. A few appointments, quire tho product of 8,000 acres of suwore changed. Tho bride's un- gar buots aud glvo employment in cle, Mr. Luther Glbbs, conducted her tho factory to 500 hands, while 500 to tho altar. Misses Edna Mason and lmvo ulroady bigned contracts to Margaret Kinnuird, two of the most plant sugar beets (or its use. beautiful llttlo hull us in town, acted as Col, T. Z. Morrow, Jr., of Somerset llowcr girls, thu maids in attendance commander of tho Kentucky division, mentioned boforc, were dressed In Sons of Veterans, has telegraphed whlto and bore bweot llowors, tho or- President McKinley tho services of gan and choir were hid from view by tho Kentucky Sons of Veterans In casu palms and tho sweet music and the of wur with Spain. beauty of tho bridal party, tis It apPeaches and cherries were not killed proached the altar, presented a scene In Christian county. akin to that- which is seen in our dreams of tho Cotter Land. Tho six "Aurilto llm vise Is Millleient" uinl a word tk attendants of tho groom were from from the u l.o sWilulie iUlli'lut, but Danville, aud were handsome young Hlioaro the wise? Tluoe who tnow. Tliooii oxiwrlcnceof trustworthy k.toiij may Ik' gentlemen, appearing in full dress. knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry says were: W. II. Carter, 11. L. Sal-to- taken fur Cough Itemnly gieA letter atlsfuctlen They Jr., W. II. Lawwlll, W. J. Price, ih.ui nny other In tho market. Ho ha leu lu the B. Nichols and II. G. Hayden. Many tlrug uiistneM at I'.lkton, Ky., lor twelve year; hs J. ..inly roltttlvos aud friends of tho groom woro TjIilliiiiKiretliurlwllhMuf iliU UMiwIjr m which all other cough medicines manufactured, hero from Danvillo and JJoylo county. shows conilusnely that Chamberlain's Is the most A larjo crowd was In attendance and it ntlsf.ietory to iho jicople, anil U the test. Kor sale ra .1 I locker, Druggists. was pronounced ono of tho most beauti half-millio- charms. And we can fit a Slim, Fat and an Extra lllg Clad In purest white organdie over Big Fellow. Seo us and Savo Money. Chilsilk, with veil draped with smllax and dren's Suits, tho Nobbiest and Best In ttio roses, and a bouquet of brido's roses in Stnte. her hand, she was a typical and lovely bride. The maids woro white organConductor Can you squeeze a lady die and carried American beauties, in therof and did honor to their queen. Chorus of Delighted Males CertainJ. L. ritOIIMAN & Co., Danville, Kv. Tho groom is a son of Judge and Mrs. ly Now York World. P. Bailey and holds a clerical James position in tho Farmers Bank d Trust WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Co., where ho is held in the highest esteem. Sober, industrious nnd of strict integrity, ho stands as high as any young man in the county and has friends by the legion, who congratulate him in his happiness and on winning And are oflering some so charming a woman to enjoy the delights of life and divide with him Its sorrows. The Iktkkior Jouknwl adds its blessing and hopes that but few of tho lutter will over cotno to them. Call and SceU9. Opp. Stanfoid, Ky. Tho popularity of tho young couple was fully attested by a profusion of bcuutiful und costly presents sent from far and wide. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will live with his parents "fc until the inevitable longing for house! keeping comes over them. K ;o: Mr. C. W. Adams telephoned us yesVI terday that Mr. Henry R. Carpenter 11' J und iIlss Grace VanArsdale, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. C. C. VanArsdule, will Ill be married at the Presbyterian church, Hubtouvillc, next Wodnesduy evening lJ IWI at S o'clock. Rev. Miles Saunders will officiate Tiie old way of buying carpets has pliycd out, and they arc now Miss Lillian Iliggins, of Chicago, sold almost entirely by samples. This way you can buy them much dressed in her bridal robes, which had cheaper and havo a very much larger assortment to select from. Inbeen laid away 10 years, and with a grains, IUusscls, Wiltons and velvets, beautiful patterns. bouquet of spring llowors in her hand, l.ud down to join in doath her lover Vwm U 1 Suits at $10 Are Beyond Comparison THE GLOBE, Car Load Of Vehicles, i .i reciix i n i Court-Hous- e, B. K. WEAREN & SOAf, i i CARPETS. mw i i II I who had gone before. A suilieient amount of morphine had the desired effect. D. C. Good, of Mitchellsburg, aged 01) aud three timos a widower, was married at Rowland Moudny night to Miss Kate Smith, aged 30. Rev. W. S. Grin-steaporformod tho ceremony. John Reynolds, aged 25, nnd Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds u widow of 33, both of tho Southern end of the county, woro married at the court-hous- e yesterday by Judgo Bailcv. Nelson Prewitt Gay. of Clark county, und Miss Lila Manning Chenuult, of Richmond, will marry at the Baptist church in Richmond April 20. f 1 1 Tf w K - d n I I'J hiuan-Uouzl- ey i 3 ? We carry in stock also a largo assortment of Hugs, and no one will sel them to you cheaper. "TERMS CHSH. how-evo- r, far-mu- rs :i i Not content with already having married two sisters, John Wyler, of Falrlawn, O., married Miss Josio Trigg, a sister of ills two dead wives. There tiro 10 suits for divorce on tho docket of tho Boyle circuit court,which commences Monday. James Wlnfield, a widower, of 7S, was married itiBrookville, Ind., toMUs Katie Maynurd, 17. Mrsi Mary MolTott, aped 72, was married at Brookvlllo, Ind., to Churles J. ,. cROBERTS, , "N iv KKS ?R.c:r:tv5as$ta5?5ast:TSSSi - s ....... VVaaiO BaasvB&. MMSHM. J'smssk s " " f ' y 1 iSPECIAL LOW PRICES i - v For a few weeks on vl Chain-berlalti- 'a Willougby, 28. Marion Murphy Post, G. A. R., ut Richmond, passed resolutions endorsing Prodid.'t McKinley'b policy aud commending Gon. Leo for bravory. Tho post tendered Its Servians to" tho government In case of w r. Hay And Feed Of Every Kind. To Keduce Stock. Also Plenty of Coal at Low Figures. i .1 i J. H. BAUGHMAN St t ? m1hSWA. A. '4H- - vr - f 'Ui. I, . iuuiii.ii, iu tnl.Au iui u m rt 1. RESOLUTIONS PENDING 1JEFORE THE tollo 40 churches wrro destroyed and luuui 10,000 children made orphans. SENATE. the slza THE INTERIOR JOURNAL this is aboutbrought of the mouse that Hov. Thos. McNeeco sued the Bap McKinley forth, though It This Is tho resolution submitted by took $,000 words for him to say it: tho committee on foreign relations to tist church at New Albany, Ind., for $1,000 and got u judgment this week to "Pence must bo restored to Cuba. Give Stanford. Ky.. April 15. 1S9S mo power to forcibly intervene to that tho Senate, after a terrific nrralgnmont soil the church building for his debt, of tho Spanish: J VMUMi yr ' ffi Pill'; which Is for salary. end, when and how I choose. The in1st. That the people of tho Island or The Pvov. Taylor, of the Shelbyvllle dependence of Cuba should not now be Cuba are, and of right ought to bo free W. P. WALTON. recognized. With these recommenda- and Independent. Methodist church, for wRoe benefit an tions. I turn the whole matter over to 2nd. That it Is the duty of the Uni- entertainment win given tit the Opera Congress, with the request that it turn ted Statos to demand, and tho govorn-meu- t House there a few nights ago, advertisit back to me." Was cvor n people of tho United Statos does hereby ed himself, created a sensation and did given greater cause for humiliation? demand that the govornmont of Spain no eau.--o any irood, by mounting a chair K. THOMPSON, The voice is the voice of Ksau but the at once relinquish Its authority and after a tambourine dunce had been exHON. hand is the hand of Jacob. The wholo government in tho Island of Cuba, and ecuted by younir ladles and rtgorous'K Of Mercer, Is n candidate for for Coneres In the Eighth Congressional mossugo boars thetamp of Ilnnnu's denounced It. He claimed ho had been .ulJeet ti the action dictation und tho lint or Wall Stroot. withdraw Its land and naval forues deceived and District of Keiitu.-butniltuu! In attending democratic partj Cuba and Cuban wutors. from of the Tho republican party is dead and ;td. That tho president of tho unltad and emphatically nVolmvd that should HON. G. G. GIlBK3ftT, damned forever if such a cowardly pol Stutesbe, and he horoby Is directed any part of the priveedt bet applied in program and empowered to itso the entire land the church oebt he would mined iuu lv icy ns the Of Shelhy County U n candidate for Conresign. niglith OonKnntstutml District of is accepted. gress In the and naval forces of tho United Suites', action of the demKentucky, subject to the of the UniTO BE llSED BY EXPLORERS. JL'DGB A II. Clark, or Barbour-vlll- and call Into actual service ocratic p'.uty. militia of tho several Himv Ili'Iii. died from the effects of paralysis ted States the leer for AIiinUii Itrtlot may bo necesWc are authorized to announce Will lie lUIUi-il-. Wcdnosday. Ho was serving his sec- Statos to such oxtont as sary to carry those resolutions Into efArrangements have been made by the ond term as circuit judge of his diswar department by which nearly all trict, after having held the office of fect." Of Madison Countv, n candidate for Conthe reindeer brought from Norway for Tho minority reported a REQUIRES NO COOKING V gress In tho Eighth Congresfional District Commonwealth's attorney for a term or for tho recognition of Independence tho proposed Klondike relief expedit ion of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the two, and was considered a good lawyer.' MAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND NICE Intervention, win be turned over to exploring democratic party. no umcM niDQT nnnpiiT Mrm Ills death will necessitate nn appoint- and for Immediate armed the democrats to be sent out under the auspicesparties of the - ft "nui uu""'" ment by Gov. Bradlcy.who will not havo Senator Foraker joining treasury and war departments. There For weeks we were told in dispatches ti big field of competcnts to pick from. in signing it. bo three of these exploring expewill Senator Hoar objected to immediate ditions, nud their journeys will be condisplayed in horso bill type in the Judge J. H. TInsley, of Barbourville, newspapers, that President McKinley is tho most competent man for tho of- consideration and the resolutions went fined to the country in the vicinity of ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO was shut out from the wicked and dis fice and he is suggested, as is aKo over till yesterday when it was said a Cook's inlet. Copper river ami Porty-Mil- e AS FAK AS A POUND AND A HALF creek. All these parties will be turbing worldandwlth a ramrod up his Judge W. L. Brown, of London, who continuous session would be held till OF ANY OTHER STARCH. under the control of Gen. Merriam, they were disposed of. back was writing a message that would made an excellent county judge. UlTACTUREDON(.ya In presenting the minority report commanding the department of the Costartle the world, make tho hair of tho thei so It is Senator Foraker made a powerful lumbia, who will assign nn army oill- - ' leaders, The Spanish curl acd llro the American rlvwr cor to each heart as it never was fired before. Tho said, havo decided that Attorney Gen- speech favoring the recognition of the accompanied expedition. These will bo iKEOKUKJOWA. NEWHAVEN.CONN by expert geologists of suspense-an- eral W. S. Taylor Is their best man to independence of the present Cuban country waited in breathless COPYRIGHTED the geological survey, Aho will mnko anxiety, not to say with bated run for governor. Then, God pity the government. a thorough examination of the country The family here have heard no par- traversed and report the result of their breath and heart stilling impatience. worst. Taylor is an ignoramus and Tills utarcli Is prepared on r clcntlOo principle lir men who hum lint! jrivinior prnrt Irl days were set for the great doc. couldn't pass the civil service examina- ticulars, but a dispatch to the Louis- examination to the treasury departSeveral nxprrirnco In fancy laundering. It rtwlorca old Ilncnnnd fummcr narural uliltonras nntl ImpnrU a oautlftil nnd Inntltitf flninh. It I drw lotliclr ument to bo promulgated and when it tion for constable If thcro was one. ville Times says it is feared that death ment. Offers lnvvo also been made by tho only utarcli mnnnrnrturcd Hint f perfectly liarmf,rontnlniotf neither nrvnlc. nlum or nny of morphine. tho transportation companies of Alasleaders can put it in resulted from an overdose was not, disappointment covered the These otner sutitanco Irdnrlou to Ilucn and can Ui usud orcn for n baby xjwiler. earth as tho waters do tho great deep. their pipes and smoko it that no such a Everybody sympathizes with the daugh- ka to buy all the reindeer the governFor sale by grocers. wholesale and Finally when tho law givers and tho man as Taylor will ever fill the execu- ter over the dark shadow that has fal- ment can f.pnre at the rate of 200 a head. These atilmnls can be used to adpeoplo would wait no longer and when tive chair in this State, where even len across hor bridal pathway and vantage by the transportation com- HAVE YOUR CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER BY he had to shoot or give up the gun, Mr. among the republicans can be found hopes oho will receive consolation from panics, and there hns ncer boon nny Hill T Whom consolation in such an hour can doubt in the minds of the McKinlcy ambled down to the foo- some good men. authorities only come. tlights Monday and fired off his little of the war department If they i cached When a message needs interpreting, Friends of prompt action are a little Alaska wifely there would be no dllli- hoss pistol loaded with a blank cartas Congressman Grosvonor, of Ohio, apprehensive lest the administration culty about disposing of them, ridge. The substance and the best of oen does, it is succeed In greatly delaying matters after they had been used by the govthe message was given in the dispatch- evidently thinks McKlnley's people were getting through the passage of dlfforent roso ernment. After the oxnlnrors lintn es in our last issue and it fell as fiat on time tho American . . . . AMERICA'S LEADING TAILORS a little more particular as to 'whom it Unions in tho two bodies and the dllll- - 1'ntsuetl their labors in Alaska they the waiting world as a selection from will come down the ricr in bonts, but last year's almanac or any other back commits the task of writing them culty of finally agreeing. NEW the Laplanders und reindeer will bo Grosvenor, who Is tho president's counnumber. It is weakest, where it should Foraker, of McKlnloyV own left nt the mouth of the Tnnauannd St. Senator have been stronge&t, and the millions sellor and apologist, says that the messays "I have no patience with Michaels until next season. demo- sage really means that McKinley Is for Suite, JPJJCI5S ' of republicans with stultified freeing of Cuba and for many other the message." TOMB OF OSIRIS DISCOVERED. crats, who elected hira, realized at hut tho Every military company' in Georgia .M. that their little idol is clay of common- things that the language he uses does Vincltm-nriiulu It Iu i:cnntlnK has boon ordered to recruit its strength nt l.tixor, Hk) it, est kind. By adopting a vigorous poli not plainly convey. will onlist .1,000 to 75 men. Tho State Scientists are excited over the aucy witn the bloody anu treacnerous The House has passed resolutions more troops. thenticated discovery of the tomb of A PGRFECT FIT AND HIGHEST GRADE OF Spanish, and sounding u call to arms, that mean war and the Senate will do Tho fact that the English pro?s com Osiris, tho chief pod of the i;;yptlnns WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED to so. Mr. McKinlcy might have shared There is now no escape from hos- pliment McKlnley's message Is cumu- and brother (consort) of Isis, at Luxor, You oro Invited to look ot their samples at somo extent the honors that are now Is wrong In a village of upper Kgypt. built on the tilities, but the completo back down of being showered on glorious Fitzhugh the Spanish, which does not look like- lative evidence that it Bite of Thebes. 4 Lee, instead of being the laughing ly. If war let it be to tho knife and the every essential. The news wns first received with ina resolution Senator Lindsay offered stock of tho country. Tho people are knife to the hilt, so that It will bo credulity, but contemplated military by a telegram all doubts were quieted directing that tired of the losing game of diplomacy short, sharp and decisive. from tho director-genera- l operations in Cuba be in conjunction of excavations to the president of you have been playing, Mr. McKln-ley- , that with Gen. Gomez. the Egyptian of and hereafter your name is Dennis. Democrats in Congress favor the Of the 18,000,000 of people In Spain discovery wns council by ministers. The The cash in hnnd plan is what enables tw to buy and mil rhoapcr Ihnn oiheri Wo M. Amclincnu. made You have been tried and found most recognition of Cuban Independence, 0.000,000, can not rend, nearly 9,000,-00- 0 who. In a letter, also nfllrms positively have Httmctive bargains In all departments for this week nnd n few spensU we olTor signally wanting and henceforth there the republicans oppose it, but the mahave no trade or profession and that he hns discovered thnt the tomb of blnv will give you an idea of the genuine bargains iu ever dcpirtmptit of our store is no hope for you. jority is for armed intervention nt 91,000 are habluial beggars. the gods Seth nnd Horus is in the same once. battalion, Now York Na- necropolis at Abydos. of Hon. The First The expected announcement The Pall .Mall Gazette says: "There John B. Thompson for Congress appears val Reserves, has gone Into active ser- Is no doubt that this is a great discov 20 piece of Fancy and Hed Calico Hjr, One lot of apron i hi ccd Knham ilje and IT MEANS WAR. in this issue. He thinks that ho should vice on the monitor Nahunt, which ery Thus wo know that the tombi of ( urk-- i ,irt.a,, Lc . er , ot bo accorded the samo consideration HOUSE ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS FOIt will guard the New YorK harbor. tho Inst three god Kings of the second Tho Flying Squadron in command of of the divine dynasties, which dates that is conceded to Bryan and BlackAHMED INTERVENTION. burn to retrieve the honor lot in the 11 Y THE TREMENDOUS MAJORITY OP Commodoro Schley left Old Point at back 10,000 years, haebeen found." 2:.'10 Wednesday under soaled orders. last election and his friends ag.ree with aoa. nun. Mr. Thompson made tho race Tho warships procoodod slowly toward WOMEN TAKE TO THE PIPE. Sim Ii mi olu!iil ih ours in not uniially found lieretdhiut It riMx shore ordinary Riiormonn lucreimr Itriiorln! In Hit- against grout odds last year, and nat- SBNATK WONT VOTE TILL FRIDAY tho Capes. . We are cioivded with tho rlmieiM .t In MiuIrL, wank good L'no nt Tolinct'o It) KiikIIhIi I. allien. (imtrkfint NIGHT, HUT MAJORITY IS urally feels that he ought to be given a Gen. Leo testified before the Senate ' The Daily Telegraph in an article and while nnd r.,..rl gmnls I'irt'y Oignndiin, YietorU Ijtttm. Kine Dimities. FOE WAR. naval committee that he believed Spanchance to carry tho banner of democrecording the enormous increase in the Swum-- ., IihIih I.iiiimik, XsiriMiiks s id Prfltty Veiling. New and htv.lsli HoMry, racy, when everything does not toam to ish olllcials were cognisant of tho plans number of women Washington, April 14, lv. i. smokers sn,j: Look at our line of Lsce (Jn lniin Siioritl price on all 7V mid f !.( Curtail-78work ugulnst tho party. There is no for the destruction of the Maine. Ho 'The great middle class in making The Senators who seek dolay uj-for lhi wrelc 0 r nn I Jl r iln w e i SS of his democracy or his abiliBlanco of blame." question acquits as unuonttraiuedly as the aristocracy, using every effort to secure it and -- 7 d ty to hold his own against any candiThe poetotllce ollleia's of Key West ami tne working woman Is fast follow j there will be no vote on tho resolun date tho republicans can name and his have boon instructed by the postofllee ing. One lady of title ia l tions till Friday night. A donen friends think he can win easier this department to return to Washington sometimes wtn driving in the HIpJey Senators are to speak. From road with a brlnrwood pipu in her t time than anybody. This makos three all mall declined for Cuba. There is a movement among will be ferwuidd u mouth. regularly announced candidates for Washington it noue republicans to accept Senate "Inquiries mnd ntnnng doctors, Congress, and things ara going to be Madrid. resolutions us moro vigorous. bicyand others show thnt lively ftotc now till tho lime for namThe British steamer Arcadia, which cle Is resjKMJsiblc for much, th with as RESOLUTIONS AS I'ASSKD BY THE arrived from St. John and port In Por- wheel parties hns risen n ing tho winnor. Hern, MoUewhrre, throughout our lif Mtore, wr .hiw ' n rrt snd IITtnl nil freedom of HOUSE. We have, be.rond a doubt, tin- Uigoat line, therefor we ma nltato the to Rico, report j.hnt there were Ave manner unknown in the presence of a gh ttilects Gen. Lee is the heio of tho hour. SpanUh warships at St. John, tho most indifferent oriiiottt fati(liniNdtttr. chaperone." Tho House adopted this resolution All along the route from Florida to the Almlrante, Oquendo, two Silk Kinifthod Sunpenders soldererr where st Mc, lliia wevk Ifte. A J I on' I,o"ht I'nat. Washington he was met by cheering after a lengthy poramblo strongly in- gun boats und one dlsjw ton boat .Men's .Suits 3 thst nro worth i6 A hog belonging U Fred Hauoer was crowds who were anxious to catch a dicting the Spanish govornmont for its Congresainun Builey inid In a speech shut In undor a driveway during Mou's Xogligeu Shirts tho glimpse of. the man who had done his war against innocent non combatants on the president's metugo: "Mark Don't Ini to examine our 12eud lAc l'atont Window Shsilog. snow-storof a month ngo, and duty so nobly and under such trying and citing Its rospousiblllny for tho de- my word, no president that sonds the heavy Mr. Cull and examine our line of OnrjHi Malting, Oil Rloth Ac. when Ilnncer missed his porkship circumstances. At Hlohmond, where struction of the Maine: army and navy of the United Statos to he made a search of his own promises he lives, peoplo prosscd to greet him That the president is hereby ruthor-ie- d force patriot soldiers of Cuba to lay ond made inquiries of his neighbors, and governor and other high olllcials and directed to Intervene at once down their arms will live, nor will his but was unable to learn anything as to met him at the train. Being called on children, to survive tho oUium tho what became of the hog. Twenty-twT. D. KANI;Y, Manager or a speech, he said tho lime for talk tostop the war in Cuba, to the ond and American people will heap upon him." dnys nfter the storm, says the Merrill (In.) Record, Mr. Ilancer heard tho had ceased and that for action had wnn tne purpose or securing perma Tn tho llL'ht of his message to Con llrauch stores at 1'iiri, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Hrmistoun, Lnwrencehtirg 'ynthi come. Arriving at Washington a grand nent peace and order there, and estab- gress, It appears that Mr. McKlnley's muflld grunting of n hog under tho !ini,VorHaillcft, Kuiinenee, (icoigctowu, hlizahethtown, Frankfort. Mniickport, Ind. ovation was tendered him, which was lishing by the free action of the people deliberation was not that of a strong driveway, nnd, shoveling nway the snow, found tho missing hog. The hog as enthusiastic as over greeted a po- there a stable and Independent govern- man, firmly sot In his purpose und tak- wns very thin, but after light feeding It tentate. McKinley might have been ing his own tlmo to perfect his Instru- became as lively as the other hogs, with hira in the glorious band wagon, ment of their own in tho Island of Cu- mentalities, but that of a weak man which had been well fed during its long but he lost his opportunity and now ba; and the president is hereby author- equally out of touch with the public fast. The Second Hew.lon of the Collegiate Yeui IMI7 Ui will ojieiiv ized and empowered to use the land has to skulk in the rear. sentiment of tho country and the re2-itla- ., und naval forces of the United Statos quirements of a supreme exigency. Tho mandate of tho court of appeals lie n reived New piijills entering tit A Havana paper asserts that Gen. to execute the purpose of this resolu- C.J. in tho oiioe of tho Uuform School Trus-teo- s call on or write to Mas. that time willtho College orInto the rlimsus p0r full Information AUn.i.v at write lor catalogue. agaitiht tho auditor ha bcon filed Lee's departure from Cuba was in the tion. scorns so, anxious to lighl Congress pay over tho $100.-00- 0 WIU.IAM SHKIro.V I'imsiiiKNT and he will have to nature of a flight and unbecoming the A minority report was prosented by that tho members got up half a dozen I i on lie miui (1 of the board. representative of a civilized nation. Of tho democrats of the committee which scraps among themselves and groat C C. Carpenter, of ilustonvlUo, course this Is u lie, but if it were true recognized the independence of Cuba disorder prevailed, after tho reading of a pair of roadhters at tho Danville hold sale the odium would bo on the Spanish, und directed the president to employ the resolutions. Liars, scoundrels and for j(S2;J.Htcoln Carpenter sold a comwhose treacherous, cowardly and un- immediately the land and naval forces cowards were epithets liberally applied bined one for S17o; .1 K Carbon ono iT9 civilized mode of warfare, left him in of tho U. S. to aid tho struggling Cu- uud Miers, of Indiana, and Pearson, of for 312.") and S M. Owons bought ono for l0. constant danger of assassination. Such bans and demand atonement for tho North Carolina, threw books at each damnable creatures should not be per- destruction of the Matne, und that tho otho'r. Evon the mace hud no effect on ! mitted to pollute the ground of this president of the United States is horo- tho belligerents. Congross can not too by authorized to extend immediate rehemisphere and CHURCH CHATTER. soon send the army and navy there to lief to the starving people of Motlcf is lierl) kIwii that the Cuba. wipe tho last vestige of them from a has Iot Cortllleato No The substitute was knocked out 1!)0 wore 210 Hhurotof Htoek a in tho I.otilKxIlloIII for lle From lbfi to lfWi there christian country. to 17 and then the majority report was ohurehes on tho average burnud ovory I .on ii anil llullfllng ('oinp.uij wild certifiIffMll.sl "JilrMl M cate Is dated lltli dayof .Nov . IMIO. and wan adopted 322 to II). country. year in thi a, follows: Ity liiiliii,' put nway and can GEORGETOWN has at last caught up lot The democrats of tho House made u Tho Southern Baptist convention, not (low Im) found. with tho procession in the mutter of game fight for independence, but by I now rortlll- -' application which has never met in Arkansas", will eat')have made shanm. mid for. a persons all for said stundard time at least. Tho town clock force of numbers had to yield to are the bo invited to hold its sessions next year railed upon to show cause to da Id Company The Cherokee is a pctfect Check Howe , a j erfect Hand Dro.i I'Jantei was turned back Monday for the first imposing political and a Ier on or boron) four wooUs from this (Into why majority against at Hot Springs. ct Self Tirill l'lnnter. Try o it. timu and now Editor Bell thinks lie Is thorn. This over they recorded Issue, In lluu says that a now cortlllcate shall not J. K. IIKUCR. of their Tho Armenian Patriarch tho ono lost. in town sure enough. verdict for the next best offered. during the recent massacres at Ana- - April 11, ims xrVm... lilura iit uuui; A t "IRONING MADE ESY" - siix pages J. k Ilanna-McKlnl- oy i o, hon. jas. b. Mccreary on t mm ?.tf.""Ln ''r" r- I nnti-Brndl- r UllDiwrrn onuo.ur o..nuDinoLn rmnc rr I all B s mm ot retail i , '" Strauss Bros. i LOWEST ASSORTMENT LATEST STYLES At The Louisville Store. -- "i SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK! 8 NEW DRESS GOODS lVr-itJe1 -1 ! c well-know- OlOtiling and - Gents' Furnishings. ")(.'. Vi-cay- a, o )umiHYmuLM mvmmii Stanford Female College. Ozx IvoncLi37 Ta,:cruia,r3r 1898. Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow NOTICE uudir-nlpie- d 1 , v PuMV&iff Bifl FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. -U " f" I ' ' fc """"' - ' ' -- ' -- - T"l II IS j .X MJ i l.tMte-WIiW1WHbHBWBPW i. m nxnmlnatlnnn for Matrimony. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL In Ohio the legislature has before It thu recurring proposition of medical examinations for matrimony. The bill, Stanford, Ky.. - AnuL 15. 1898 fathered by a doctor prohibits the issuance of certificates to marry to persons uHlictcd with the following diseases: W. P. WALTON. Dipsomania, true Insanity, hereditary Insanity, or Insanity resulting from vice, blood diseases, and hereditary tuberculosis or consumption. The candi! date for matrimony must appear before 50.000 pound of Wool WlllltO'l. Illelii'M market prleo. See mo before you soil. J. a commission of three members, all of 8 lm whom are physicians of recognized , II. Hooni:, Stanford, Ky standing, and submit to all necessary examinations. The fees for such shall be $2.50, out of which the examiners ore to be paid, and the bal- I 2 Slow Courts, Growing Crime. There is going to bo trouble In this country unless there is a reform in our courts, predicts tho Brooklyn Englc. Crime Is undoubtedly Increasing at least, those forms of crime that arc associated with personal violence. Murders nre everyday matters now. In Chicago, and to n lesser degree In New York, people In some quarters are not safe against highway robbers, who kill with no more compunctious than they would kick. In Chicago the police arc tnoro than suspected of willful blindness, if, Indeed, they have no part in thu robberies themselves. In the Impatient south murderers nnd assassins are hanged without expense by companies of lynchers, but this violence Is only murder. When there Is n remonstrance the answer Is a question: Then why do not our courts do their work? Public patience with this sort of thing has been sorely tried. The evil results of it arc evident In cverj-statof the union, for In every state the expense nnd labor and dilliculty of punishing criminals have Increased until they nre appalling. Itobhed merchants refuse to prosecute unci thieves go free, because the sufferers will not submit to the abuse of nor the loss of time through Incessant adjournments, which nre a part of a common scheme to tire out and avert justice. In many cities there is talk of reviving the vigilance committees of early days and cruder civilizations, nnd doing what the courts and police will not do. When our courts lend themselves to schemes for the protection of criminals they become their accomplices. They were devised for another purpose. e cross-examiners, com-plnlnuu- ts The mixing of letters has caused many a man a very bad quarter of an bour, and such a story as the following, related by the Louisville Times, should be a warning to all to keep their correspondence straight: "Au amusing Tbo Wrong Letter. "MY WIFE'S LIFE." How little incident occurred In the city court one morning lately. The lawyer for a prisoner who had never been arrested was the means of saving it. I "WOOL cer-tllleal- es J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, hmul. Huitonvillo. etsslwsrson .Kentucky county Often his nerrlm to the oopli of Wwl Mnnll and Casey countlrs Cull itock o( Cuttluisnd Cmk V. 8. CarpviiUr. Manager. Woman's Ills are na often caused by kidney discat-as by affections of thu womb. Among tho must certain symptoms of this disease are-- Hticknche, 1nd Complexion, A Tired Feeling, Depressed o 1 any. to go Into the genera! funds. No curtl.1c.itc shall be granted to applicants for matrimony, Ijolh of whom or el titer one of whom Is alllieled with any of the named dis elites. The provisions of the bill are not new. says the Des Moines Kcgistcr. They lime been considered by legislatures before I his. There are many peo pie who believe that ue must come to some regulation of marriages sooner or later. Tluit our deficient population is largely made up of the otTsprlug of ance. If Is d rjplrits, Ileadaciie, Nervousness, Neurulfjla, Too Frequent DrairKlnif Tains, etc. Side-ach- e, Urlua-tio- n, disiused parents Is u fact. It Is true not only of physical diseases, but of moral diseases as well. The bill pending In the Ohio legislature covers only the physical ailments to which humanity is heir. It does not take Into consideration the men and women with criminal nnrures. Crime Is hereditary, as much so us consumption. There are families which have furnished scores of criminals through succeeding generations. We are inclined to regard theo moral deficiencies as almost more serious than the physical dellelenelefc complained of. It is n haul question to decide. Shall the state assume the power to forbid marriages or not? If It assumes the powet to forbid such marriages, it must go farther; It must assume the power to restrain people so atllicted. There nre children born out of wedlock that the state must guard against. We believe that with our present unsettled civilization, for we are still In a transitory state In this country, such legislation will be of little or no clTccU Nor can we always be certain ns to the laws of heredity. There arc cases in which s what Is a weakness In one of the Is overcome by the strength of Ihe other. Nature may be as wise in the selection of mutes as doctors are. Wo are constantly cited to horses and cattle and hogs nnd how breeders mate them, but we must more or less recognize the fact that men and women have that which animals havenot.nntnely.reason. Nature has prearranged for the survival of the fittest It is science which keeps alive the unfit. We would begin rather with the criminals and the insane. We might ndvoente some system of treatment which shall prevent them from multiplying their kind. jwr-ent- These can bo distressing palm In the back and n'den and kid (or they have cured me. For ney wcak-irnseveral yerrs I hare been troubled with back ache, ilunn pain and urinary trouble. Nothing luccreded in rrtlevinir me, until I got Kidney 1MIU. I a boa of Dr. Ilobtxi briran to fee. belter tbe II rot few day, and never felt better in ciy life than I do now." Mrs. McuftftA I. Yatks, Amlersunvllle, I oil. n, " I can heartily recommend your Snaragus Kidney I'lIU to any woman afflicted wlththo CURED before wished to prove the previous good character of his client, and tenWhen the lnnps are attacked and the dered the Judge a letter, which, he said, symptoms of consumption appear, then promptly cured." K. Morris, Memphis, would show the standing nnd honorbegin the struggle between affection and Tenn. that destroying disease which slays irs The question: "Is consumption cura. The able character of the culprit. thousands annually. It is a happy issue ble?" Is still debated, and still debatable. to the struggle when disease is conquered It Is easy to say that this was not a case of judge took the letter, and as he read and health restored. Such an issue does consumption. Yet the physicians said it a broad smile stole over his face. it not always end the struggle, but it did in was. They should know. As a matter the case of Mr. K. Morris, Memphis, Tenn., of fact, 'Did understand .you to say,' he asked Ayer's Cherry Pectoral who saw his wife wasting and weakening wrought Dr. many similar cures thathas so it and physicians helpless, and then sug- seems to argue the curableness of conof the lawyer, 'that this letter was a gested the simple remedy that wrought sumption, in its earlier stages, by the use certificate of character?' 'You did, the cure. lie tells the story thus: of this remedy. There Is no better mediyour honor, replied the lawyer. 'Well,' "Seven years ago, my wife had n severe cine for pulmonary troubles than Dr. attack, of lung trouble which the Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It gives relief in remarked the judge, 'I don't know but pronounced consumption. The cases of Asthma, and Bronchitis, where re cough was extremely distressing, espe- lief ha; been heretofore unattainable. It what It Is, but I hardly think it Is the cially at night, and was frequently promptly cures Coughs and Colds, X,a letter you thought It was rend It,' attended with the spitting of blood. The Grippe, and all affections of the throat doctors being unable to help her, I in- and fungi. Heretofore, Dr. Ayer's Cherry Ho handed it back, and the lawyer duced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Pectoral has been put np In full size and was surprised at the great relief it bottles only, ut li.oo per bottle. To meet glanced over It. It was a letter from a gave. Oefore using one whole bottle the a world-widdemand for a smaller packfirm of distillers, stating that they had was cured, so that now she i strong and age, the remedy is now put up in half size quite healthy. That this medicine saved bottles, at half price 50 cents. Write for just shipped so many gallons of whisky my wife's life I have not the least doubt. Dr. Ayer's Cureboolc (free) and learn more I always keep Dr. Ayer'H Cherry Pectoral of the cures effected by Dr. Ayer's Cherry to a member of his family, and they In the house. Whenever any of ray fatni'.y Pectoral. Address J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, were confident he would find the liquor have a cold or cough we use it, and are ' Mass. excellent. If drinking good whisky nnd standing high In alcoholic circles of society were a certificate of character, ec oe cc ee CC0CC(XCC0tt0 tccc fpccc S tbe prisoner would have boen all right; as it was, he was fined $20. 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En- The resident physician of the I.ostou City hospital has completed a study of v00 eases of diphtheria nt that institu tion, In which antitoxin was employed, nnd materially reduced the death rate. l The number of cases was 070. and in many of these, the physician says, the patient would have succumbed but for the antitoxin, "while in no case was there the slightest indication of any injurious effect. " Experience has not justified the alarm sounded by some authorities when nntitoin was Introduced. non-fatn- For tho Freo Coinage of Silver. For tho Chicago Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. For thu Intotest of tho Masses. All the- Latest Telegraphic News. All the latest State News. All tho Latest Market I.eports. Correct Court Reports. Correct Market I.eports. Heliablc News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. It I j reported that In Iceland there have been but two cases of theft in a thousand years, and that all forms of crime nre so nearly unknown that the island has no soldiers, no policemen, no trumps, no poorhoiiEcs, no prisons. Commenting on this blissful Innocence, western editor calls out: "Just think of It, boys, nnd then go kick yourselves! In fact, nearly everybody In this country hud butter kick himself a little bit." n The Weekly Dispatch And The Both An Importnnt statement, If true, is the assertion of a Boston doctor that lyssophobla never sets in until hydroNo exception can ut Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, phobia commences. Ono Yoar For Only $2.65. ! safe. be taken to this bold claim, the St. LouisGlobe-Democrat.bIt seems a littlo bit unfortunate that such a thing should pursue such a thing under any circumstances. A ncwly-mnrrle- The Daily Dispatch A METROPOLITAN Thoroughly Equipped 'with Every Faculty to keep, you daily posted upon nil the events of tho world NEWSPAPER d man absently praised his wife's pie the other day, and ns n consequence ho is simply gorged with pastry of thnt stripe. Thirty quail in 30 daj's is a mere joke in comparison with this man's task. Daily, except Sunday, 0 months, S3; j car JO. Daily, with Sunday, 0 months, J4; 1 year, 58 THE DJSPATCH, Address, ' Louisville, Ky 1 Tho United States government exexposihibit at tho tion will excel by all odds that made at any former exposition. The building1 alone will cost $70,000. Trans-Mississippi The wife of nn employe of the Philadelphia post office recently got a set a of four "store teeth," which she usually placed on the bureau in the bedroom before retiring for the night. One morning she nroso early and went to When her husprepare breakfast. The choicest collection of the prod- band arose he saw the teeth on the 1 ucts of Louisiana agriculture, horti- bureau. To accommodate his wife v culture, forestry and mines that has he put them In his trousers pockets, 2 ever been placed ou exhibition Is now intending to give them to her when he being prepared by Commissioner J. 0. went downstairs. Instead he forgot all Lee, of the bureau of agriculture and about them and carried them off. immigration, for the About three hours later his wife rushed exposition. The specimens now In into the post office and between sobs I charge of the state experiment sta- exclaimed: "I've swallowed my teeth. tions will be augmented by other ex- What shall I do? I know I shall die," hibits, such as salt, sulphur, oils, gpy-su- and so on. Tho man fished the missing nnirl, building stone and teeth from his pocket, when his wife's sugar cotton, rice. to- tears turned to indignation, and the setmarble. bacco and tropical fruits. The ting out she gave her poorer half will Louisiana will utilize long be remembered by the office clerks. commission (i.000 feet of space for an exhibit I of the state's resources of nil kinds. These are times when the industrious Committees are nt work in every parish heu may be expected to lay eggs emin the srute collecting exhibits for one bossed with a W, apd comets brandish of tho most Interesting displays shown their crystal tresses in the sky. Already 1 at the coming exposition. a celestial portent has appeared in New York. It flamed up soon nfter dark- 5 For many years there has been no ness and was described as "a long shaft time when n pure food bill was not be- of golden fire" stretching from the fore the legislature of some state. The zenith to the horizon. One man said urgency of legislating on tho subject Is his grandfather had seen it before the humorously stated by a Ilartford man revolution, nnd he had witnessed it himwho liked some raspberry Jam so well self In New Orleans early in 1SC1. Some that he asked his grocer to get him the one of a skeptical turn of mind looked teccipt. The grocer wrote to Boston, into the matter and discovered that a and the Boston wholesaler wrote to large structure across the Uudsou Kalamazoo, and the manufacturers in burned at that hour, and its light Kalamazoo, being assured that the In- reached the sky between two tnll buildformation wns for domestic purposes ings. The apparition of the sword ol only, replied thnt the body df the jam Bunker Hill is still delayed. wns tomatoes, the coloring wns secured by aniline dyes, and the seed was hayMrs. Samuel Furman's remains were seed ! shipped to Cnmbrldge Springs, Pa., for interment several days since. The A party of seven from Dorchester, same day the body of a man named EllsMass., write home an account of their worth was shipped from Sistersville to passage over Chllkoot by the aerinl Erie, Pa. When the coffin supposed to railway. The one woman In the bnnd contain Airs. Furman's remnins was wns strapped In n box two feet wide, opened at Cambridge the family was three feet long and two feet deep, and, astonished to find that it contained as she describes it, "was swung In body of n mnn. The man proved to mid-ai- r from point to point over rocky the be Ellsworth. The coffins hadgot mixed chasms, and almost tossed from peak to up somewhere, and It took several days peak." One span of 1.C00 feet was to straighten the affair and get the bodcrossed in less than two minutes, and ies to their respective plnccs of burial. the mountain was surmounted in nn Connected with this is the strange cohour and a half. incidence that Mrs. Furmnn nnd EllsIt Is reported that the farmers of worth had at one time been next-doo- r Fresno county, Cnl.. had their first neighbors. tabblt hunt of the season on SaturNot since the opening of the century day, March 5. They went forth with has the earth been so far tilled with the chotguus, shot nt sight, and though stern threat and preparation for armed there were fewer of the men thnn in conilict, nnd it is where the commercial former years their line was live miles spirit runs highest that the talk of war long and they found nt the end of the Is loudest. I'hc armaments of the great day thnt the number of the pests slain commercial powers have never been so exceeded 10.000. It Is claimed that not large cither relatively or absolutely as ono rabbit in ten broke through the but this is not enough, nnd to lines. England's special call for 120.000.000 An Irate parent in St. Louis, Mich., for more warships, Franco echoes Bussln $70,000,000, Germany having go.od cnttse for complnlnt, sent the following unique communication to quite ns much, und the United States the superintendent of schools: "Dear anywhere from $50,000,000 in special sir, my boj Johnnie came home to- and regular army and navy bills. day with his head brokeopenbyablgger An emergency hospital will be estabboy. I wish you would look into it. lished on the grounds of the 2Iy boy comes to school to learn brains exposition which will be in and not to have 'em knocked out." charge of a skilled medical director and One thing nfter nuother has been po- a staff of assistants. Attached to the etically or flippantly termed the har- hospital will be a corps of strong, acbinger of spring. But tho last two or tive young men who will respond to all three years have placed the matter be- emergency calls. A uniform dress, with yond dispute the true harbinger of the Insignia of tho hospital corps, will spring Is the shirt waist, observed a be worn by the men on duty. knowing contemporary. Has anybody After having endeavored for years to noted the nbsenee of the shirt waist dissuade women from wearing birds during the winter? and feathers as ornaments on their Dr. BozcII. of Clifford, Ind., is the hats, Mrs. Richard Boyle, of London, owner of an old mnul. made from the gives It ns her opinion that "where knot of a beech tree which grew on faphion Is concerned the world of womAnderson's creek, in Spencer county, en are utterly callous and blind to every Ind., with which Abraham Lincoln consideration except their own selfish split the rails that fenced in the old vanity." Lincoln home near the present site ol A Cincinnati man says he went to Lincoln City. New York to dispose of a consignment In Bush rjuuty (Kan.), n man the of apples, for which be received SO other day killed 10 jackrabbits, on 1C cents per barrel, 'lite next day he Bquaro feet of ground. At first blush lunched at the Waldorf and had to pay this statement may sn " . ' "'U fishy, 30 cents for two baked apples which ..uu jumped. he had ordered, Ue wub mad all but it's n fact. Ihe ... J through. Into an old well eight feet deep. Trans-Mississippi tu-nrl- WV t ILL be found in every really well-dress- the garments of man. ed t V i he material most be 01 the best J) fcJ7TVr. Style most be Up-to-D- ate lVYTsrW aiAMfM liMrAv O .KUl rsv .nd, finally, the 7 V Workmanship and Trimmings Most be Neat and Dorable. 1SM WM It is by uniting these points in EVERY U garment they make, and by "sticking 2 (j at it" for more than 32 years, that M m IS M. BORN acknow ledged & CO. I f The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors Have reached the proud position of being the leading Custom Tailors in America. You cm nuke no mistake in ordering jour clothes of this firm. Even thing they furniih or do is guaranteed. No fancy prices are charged. No order is delayed or neglected. And ou can make your selection from the world's choice of patterns. If M i F M tj CALL ON H J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. i SsssbH bBbB W.WBi' BBBrssTaml t ,i 4 JslBWWWWHWWBsyt ssMT,'lsaSg3atv -- the- to-da- y, ELDREDGE ! $100,-000,00- 0, Trans-Mississip- SEWING MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, something new, sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. z&r: A YEAR!' Tho Increaslns l:rnand for a dally newspaper at a price which puts It within the reach 01 every person in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, county in Kentucky and has been r ..t by tho Louisville T c .t. This comSouthern Indiana; has a t?5K3K1 plete afternoon dally will special staff correspondent In WnshlnBton. and thorsend the livening- Post every week clay in the ough and reliable men at year to any address, by Frankfort. Full market nlscel-lanreports, choice mail, postage laid, for 12. Tho K venire I'ost Is tho short stories, womPor the Hall brightest and best afteran's page, nil the sportEdition of the noon dally in the South, ing news. Editorially the strongest paper in the prints the full AssoCvenlng Post. it South. Neatly printed on ciated Press dispatches, supplemented by correfine KJCia sample paper. Send for every copy. Address from spondence y, THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. KY. 4 m ijii Wi h A BATTLE IN MIDAIR. C. & O. GREETED WITH A NOOSE. Iter. Thomaa Lain Itefnued to Leave Ilia Frontier Mlaalon, anil FiDog and Eagle Make a Display of nally Won Affection. Animal Skill. Welcomed with a noose in the hands of a mob, The Snrprlae That Came to llonncer When He Va Cntchlnic Croxva . Now the Put Terrier la Afrnld of lllrds. From Orrington, Me., a correspondent of the Jfcw York Sun WTites that the crows have been reaching Maine on the installment plan this spring, nbout ten per cent, coming1 every week. Soon after the first lot arrived Henry Damon's dog Bouncer began to wander through the fields and tolc the birds up to him after a manner which he has learned from years of experience among crows. Bouncer is an aged and fat Yorkshire terrier, an untidy combination of hnir and cunning, tlint looks like a floor mop when he is dry and acts ns a floor mop ns soon as his coat is wet through, but he knows the ways of crows better than most dogs, and his physical deformities, instead of acting as a bar to his progress in crow stalking, serve to help him in every undertaking. fence-ca- p deep In all t The snow lies the down east fields. Nobody has seen a piece of bare ground ns big ns a tablecloth since February 1. Consequently the crows are obliged to seek their scant sustenance from the piles of stable dressing which the farmers have sledded out on the crust and left on top of the snow above where they think the plowed land ought to be. Here the crows congregate nnd caw and fight for stray morsels while the daylight lasts, and here Bouncer was in the habit of displaying his peculiar art, which was greatly admired by the farmers nnd proportionately detested by the crows. It was Bouncer's practice to seek one of these isolnted heaps before daylight nnd proceed to make himself up 60 he would look like a dead dog, on act which required very little transformation on Bouncer's part. Having stiffened his limbs and ruffled his disreputable coat, so as to give him the appear- - missed with a farewell banquet from practically the same company, was one of the experiences of Bcv. Thomas Lain, a missionary of the American Sunday School union. The brac frontier worker was recently asked in Phil adelphia about his adventures In the far southwest, and he rclntcd the incident referred to. among others almost equnlly exciting. "The first place I went to when 1 entered the work," said Mr. Lain, "was but years afterward dis- LOOP SLIPPED OVER HIS HEAD. a little town near Longview, Tex. I had announced that I hud come to get the people interested in forming a , Sunday-schoolnnd that I would hold a meeting in n certain plac. I had been warned that Sunday school men were not wanted there, but I determined that I would rather die than desert my duty. I managed to gather a little company in the schoolhouse. and had a few volunteer teachers nt work when we were interrupted by a knock. I was asked to step outside, and I went and closed the door behind me. Facing you. and surrounding me were nt least 50 Mr. nelmwood men, led by a confederate one-arme- tho Increased demand for C. & O. Playing Curds, tho Chesnpcako & Ohio Ry. Co. hat) ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which nro now on salo nt tho Plituulx Hotel ticket olllco In Lexington, nt lo cents per deck, thrco decks for 40 cents, or jM.CO per dozen. These cards tiro u0 cent quality and will bo sent by mall to any address on receipt of abovo prlco with four cents per deck 81.G0 for the amount. There's really noth- for postage. Poreons remitting for one dozen lots will have them sent ing hard about keeping book3 when prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. you know how." Chicago Post. Parties contemplating euchre or whist Needful. clubs should not miss this opportunity "I nm tired of these constant (suspicions," exclaimed the politician. "I'm to lay in a stock of line cards at such low rates. Geo. V. Harney, D. P. A., going to demand nn investigation." "Hut," replied the confidential friend, C. & O., Lexington, Ky. "arc you sure an Investigation would really vindicntc you?" "I don't know nbout that; but It will Printing is show these people, once for nil, that If Twice-a-Wee- k they can't prove anything." Washington Star. Courier (Journal Ilia Footlah Anmver. it. She Don't you think Mrs. Wnpsley Is Will n beautiful woman? He She is a beautiful woman tho And Every Democrat, Every Republican. most beautiful woman, I think, that I Every Mnu. Woman or Child who can read will vritiit to road It. have ever seen. k Courier Journal Is n Tho gone) 1 wonder if Democratic paper, of six or eight puces. IsShe (after he has he has always been such n fool or sued Wednesday nnd Saturday of each week. Clean whether it has just begun to grow on Tho Wednesday Issue prints all thoStories. News, nnd thoVaturduy lssuo prints him lately. Cleveland Leader. Miscellany, Poetry, and nil matters of social Interest In tile homo. It Is edited by A Wlae Precaution. Henry Watterson. Little Bessie Can't I have u birthday party next week, mamma? PRICE Si.oo n YEAR. Mother Why Bessie, your birthday .You pet 104 rood paper, of six or eight isn't till next summer. one cent a pa- Little Bessie I know, but Uncle paces each, for si ics than lK'.r: Jack says ladies don't havo any birthI'seful nrcmlums are riven Club ltnlser. days nfter they nre 25 years old, so I and good paying commissions are allowed want to hnve lots of them before it Is agents. Sn.OO year Dally too late. N. Y. Truth. 6 00 Dally and Sunday, year 2.00 Sunday alone, year Nothing- 31 ore. And He Snll He What do you think ought to be L K done with a young womnn who walks along the street with n wooden toothpick In her mouth? : She I think she ought to be married to some young man who wnlks along Doth ono year the street with a nasty pipe in his mouth. Chicago Tribune. ONLY The Teat. We made n special clubbing arrangeMiss Millwnrd You say you love me, ment have the k Courier Jourwith but you must prove it. Make some great nal, and will send that paper and ours for who sacrifice for me nnd 1 will then believe tho price named to nil our ndvnnce, or loull new Womnn In Ilnalneaa. Sho had served acceptably as treasurer of the club for a little over n year, and that was an exceptional record. "Do you have difficulty in balancing your books?" they nsked. "Oh, dear, no," sho replied. "Why, it's the easiest thing in the world. I just add up what I have received nnd subtract from tlint what I hnve paid out to show what is due the club, and then I make my husbnnd give me n check Playing Cards. Owing to Mfthw9KaPKI))))))RhnHPI))))l))))))))))))))))))Hfll)))))r"HM3fl tm. c f K 1 a HV'VVaHKN TMBsaAT'flw-'ii'vLu- 9'4JHft& r lalaHlaBHB it the Worth Print IMABOTH 10,016. Stuudard Uule 0 llocord 2.10l Slrod I y Walslng.iam '.MM. sire of Iitltudu Sil'V, nnd many others In tho llt. Walslngham, Nalwlh's slro. I a boii of George Wt!fs 510. l'lrst dam Tinsel, by Messenger Dnros 100, oon of Hambletonlaii and sire of Elaine 2:-'- 0, tho dam of Norlalno. yenrllng record 2:31!-- . Second dsm Hes, sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonlaii 10, slro of DexterS:l"H. Third dam Jessie Sayre, by Harry Clay 45, slro of the dams of St. Julian 3:lll. Uodlno 2;10!i nnd 15 others that have produced 2:30 trotters; also sire of the dam of itlectlunoor. Fourth dam by I.llx'rty, son of Lance, by American Ecllp-Note. Nnboth Is a bay, 1ft bands high, fouled Juno 2. 1". jH'dlgreo contains blood of Hambletonlnn, Georgo Wilkes. Mambrluo Wilkes, Pilot Jr , and Harry Clay. o. twlco-n-wce- ! Will Stand at $15 To Insure a Living Colt. I will nlso stand -- Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 1 Will make no eh.trgo for season If the colt proves not to be snUMe at selling time Maro graied nt i2 jK'r month, whleh In all cnes must Is' paid loforo they nre taken .twuy. Cure tnken to prevent accidents but not responsible should tin) eweur FIVE FINE dAOKS AT ONLY $5 EAOh. J. K. BAUOHWAN, Hustonvillc, Ky. TWICE-A-WEEE- COURIER-JOURNA- wma :"i:k FOR TwIce-a-Wce- mm, OQDEffSBlflQ 8787. liecorJ $2,50. -- 2:?S. trial 2 22. Chestnut .talllon, !M handi high, bred by Vt !, Ilwr, tadnstoH, Ky. 3337Sire I - IiVXa,m"brino 3?a,tclae:n. Inrludlnr Italph Wllkr., 2 mi I, Crawford, I 2 U3-4- , Ac , huh lis e lrsl 0Tt-- r IM. uciPtiirg .. .. ..,. AMJ .1 by MI'Mletown 1M .Ire of ftMirtren I.Tl. of 24, of the dsnii of tlain variety ilim ot dam Ju, 1 iff I, Cen.tantlee, I: UJ 58. d ' i V 1 1 ,w JKJ veteran. " 'We wont you to leave here at once,' said he. suliscrlbors who will pay In advance. SamBy Joe, I'll do it! ple copies of out free on I'll limit myself to three packnges of application. All (.inscriptions under this offer mut Ihj for your sake! cigarettes W. I'. WALTON. sent to Chicago Daily News. Manlord, Ky Courier-Journal will renew and pivln 2)V . and the dam. ol (Ween In 2 Min of llamhletonlan in a dam by rrumper'. Ilellfounder U1,, eight other and tlix OltANWl. 1II.O.SMIM Ms ttreofUraiiceChlif etc ), by Middlrtuwn 12, dam Nellie IW dam ol Orange Mud 1 "WiM&ffi$Saw GIVE HIM THE HA-HA rr AA NOW. make-u50 feet into the air. Then the dog, finding it was a case of life and death, began to howl and bite with all the energy he had, and the eagle, who had evidently taken him up in the belief that he was real carrion, started in to extricate his long talons, which had become mixed up in the matted hair of his victim. Two farmers, who were passing and saw the battle, sa3' it was the grandest display of animal skill they had ever witnessed. The dog caught hold of the eagle's neck near the body and bit as hard as he could, emitting howls and feathers. Meantime the engle tried to fly away with his prey, but could not do so, because the wriggling dog destroyed his balance in midair. For two minutes they fought, nnd then fell on the snow in a heap, the dog on top. Here the dog had the advantage, and the eagle made haste to fly away, leaving a good portion of his plumage behind. Bouncer emerged from the conflict with slight harm, but he has quit setting himself for crow baits. Night is his chosen time for walking out in the fields, nnd when ho sees a crow flying overhead he drops his bushy tail between his legs and goes straight home. It is evident to everybody that he believes it was a crow that wrought him harm. ImIuihI from I?nrtliiinUe. An Island, it is announced In Paris, has suddenly appeared on the northwest coast Of Borneo, opposite the town of Lnbaun. Its appearance appears to be due to the earthquake which happened in September, near Kudnt, in British Borneo. Tho island is composed of clay and rock. It measures 200 yards in length by 50 in width, nnd it has gone on increasing since its first appearance. ance of a dog that died last year, he would stretch himself out on the warmest slope of the pile and await results. Crows are partial to carrion, nnd are not particular about the breed of the animal which produces the required result, so when they had inspected Bouncer's remains for an hour nnd challenged the inert mass for signs of life they were ready for breakfast. Soon after this there would be an explosion among the crows on the heap where the dog ns lying, nnd when the survivors had flown away Bouncer would come wagging bnck to the house, bearing a dead crow in his mouth. This kind of business was fun for Bouncer and great sport for the farmers, who bragged about the dog, had him photographed, and got his name into the local papers. Xo doubt it would hnve been going on now but for an accident for which Bouncer was not to blame. Bouncer had caught seven crows, and had set himself for the eighth one when something bore down upon hirn nnd took him and nil his. p "I answered that I intended to stnj-nndo what I considered my duty. " 'Bring up the rope.' yelled one of the crowd. "A long rope was brought forward and the loop slipped over my head. " 'Now, will you go?' they demanded. " 'Men,' fcnid I, 'I shall stay here, dead or alive. I don't fear to be killed, and if you are bound that I shall die all I nsk is n few moments to pray.' man came up. "Then the " 'I left this arm,' said he, pointing to his empty sleeve, 'on Lookout mountain' he had beei, a confederate, of course 'but you are the bravest man I ever saw. You're nil right.' "As he said this the rope was taken off, the band seemed to melt away and I was left free to go back into the Mmoolhouse nnd continue my work. "Seventeen years from that time I left Texas to go into the Indian territory, and the people where I was then, at Palestine, Tex., gac me a banquet." one-arme- d d Hoom for Doubt. Hall Boom How do you know Mr. Newbonrder is religious? Mrs. Hushleigh Why, limen't you noticed? He nlwnys pauses to ask a silent blessing before he begins n meal. I guess you Hall Boom Humph! hmen't noticed his facial expression. Brooklyn Life. None In Slock, Lady (to dog fancier) What kinds of dogs have you for sale? D. F. Scotch terriers, Chinese pugs, French poodles nnd English setters. Lady Hnve you any of those Ocean Greyhounds that I have rend about? Detroit Free Press. A Hustleton? He looks completely worn incomplete viaduct, to which a long guy out nowadaj's. $7 wire is strung. To this wire another is Teller He is trying to support a Care taken to prevent accidents but not attached, the loose ends of which the sealskin wife on a muskrat snlary. responsible should any occur. Theinbrol youni; Pedro Hull A. v.. No. 3'oung imp grasps, and, launching himN. Y. Journal. U. II. SI NO I.ETON. liisll, liy old I'wlro No t,iS7-t- lio Khm of all I will stand my fine young Jack, Saint, at my self into space, goes spinning through 0 Ciiaii OitciiAitt), Ky. tliat cost tli)liNMt ami has to his credit Xi A DnrUlnnn Fllnir. l stable near Morelaml this season at, the air. There have been no accidents d.iiiclittrs with records that averjgoover l llw., "Honey, why fo' you allers look in de yet, but the old ladies of the Ucinity slreofHi) trleil d.uiKhters, 10 aTeraglntf RinlKnind Colt. shake their heads and remark that a glass?" 17 II. I.' or "1" see mysel', chile." Vomit; IVilrciHcl.ini Infant j IVslniM.iJor.im, preSaiiiln) is by Joe lilackburn, Jr., dam Sam Ituut'a certain personage not noted for his ho"Wal, honey, cf I hnd a face like lniiorted Jennet. Ho Is 15J hands high; lino bone mium cow ill WorM's Pair, and tent of 17 llw, it o , liness keeps a sharp eye to his own In M'ven d.i)s with hnd ealf This Tolii Hull ran property. The venturesome lads 1mve yourn I'd get someone to look In do ml bus proven to lien sure foal getter. r.irtle IniMUMofii iiiiiibinatlou of butter priHliiilii two of his colts at my plaie. A I terested converted themselves into human trol- glass fo' me." N. Y. Journal. iii.i. ties iiiii'Xk lied If iiiallod. With overy ci lullarn iliat- -l Iijvh an extraordinary uood mtllo test-tley cars by means of this dangling wire, N'cnrer the Organ of Advice. ho eombines tho blood ef tho WoiM's price, in order that lliosiple Jack inaku this low ulr tho end of which is never less than He Phrenologists locate benevolence geiitrallyjmay Income acquainted with hi breed. Champion 1'edro, htokeKls Bth, tlin re.it Lurot as 20 feet from the ground. 22 11m, 7 o. Imp Mitllda. 17 lbs, and her daughter exactly at the top of tho head. lug. Matilda lib 21 lbs SU, ,u, Mujnrani ind. 15 lbs, on She Yes, ns far from the pocketbook At my place on Saturday, Sept., '!, lWi'i, I will Hraa alone ami her Illustrious dam Imported Heml Her Own Oliltunry. givo S3 In gold for the best colt by him. as possible. liill, alwi the Ihs.1 Inlireil Victor iiul'ii bull Mme. Pntti has had the uncanny exUime, S.2.W, and rominir as they ilo through chattblackjack, 15 hnnds Also Jumbo, a els so near Mils omig liull's isHllKree, Hismndiiii; perience of reading her own obitunry lie Thought So. high, will Mjrvo a few good mares free. I will on Isith sides in heavy hutfcj makers and prlo notices, the Australian papers having If In gold Hewitt Did you marry money? also at the same place and day giro winners, there tan Ui no question us to his capaciJ ty as a producer of siicrlor mllkersand buttercows. made the mlstako of supposing that for his best colt. Jcwett I guess so; money talk eerrlco Kec $0. F, ItUID, Stanford, Ky. It 11. KING, Morelaml, Ky. she, and not her husbnnd, died recently. Town Topics. , At S6 ts ts Ia:aro a Llrhg Colt. mile from Mllledgevllle, on tho Mnnford Illark Cloiul Is Mark with inotih jKilnts. is Kaglelllrdwlll nuke the heavm of IWi at hi. A Mllledgellle plKe. Owing to the soarvl. bands J I iiflies high mil four enrs old, bred Btable 2 iiille Wmt of btanfonl on tlio Shelby Clly tyof money we will ttiiml him Chicago Record bv W M llurke, of Itojle County, sired by piko at tlie extremely low price of Tout NOT WORTHY Till: NA.Mi: At $10 to Insura A Living 0 It. llurke's old Jn'k. to llln--Keene. A full brother Cloud was sold $10 TO IKSUBS A LIVING COLT. Money duo when colt comos or mare parted alsiut four efirs ago to tailforula iMrtbts J BOYS COURT DEATH. Money or cash note will lie rvialred when a with. Mnres grned or fel at re4ionalle for J A AUIUHT Morelaml K rat os. Not responsible for aouldtmu should colt L obtained. n lliglu lllrtl Hone of the greatest .haw huw. In anv tsicur. Venturesome I.ndn of Denver Have rtllt Kilge Is a iH'iititlful red sorrel, Uhv will attwt. A a Kentucky, as Ida record In 1" llnblt of Converting Tlienmel en mane anil tall. 15-- IihhsIs high, was fimled breeder of tine, good rolorcd, high it)led colt, he 0. Isi4. and Is a jiorfeet snddle lnre Into Hnmnn Trolleja. Is uuatirpaMcd. and took the He was shown as a afl nirnhbrd grs weopstnke litemliim'at Klrksvllle rntl Mares from aill'tance will Fond mammas of Denver hnve anIn Ills nw n ring at llamxl.bnr. Mred b King Chester, he by Chenter Dare, month anil mint lw pkl at ter May at il.SO King CJuMer's (lain other care added to their load. Their Tho wanting to breed to a ginsl sail le he by lllack .Ulrrvl the removal of the marcs. Moss, Lincoln stallion are cordially Invited to look at onr lllacks d ii in bybj lloiirUin lllue. diiiu by joung liopefuls hac discovered I prevent Melilentt ami taken to King King. 2nd faro HI borne and ee him move. way in which to endnnger their (lr ICagle, Ird dam by Copporhottom. Itli but will not Is) re)nlble should any He kiii sired by Second Jewel, ho b fun lives. Climbing trees, swimming, jumpTailing with or removal of mares lorfelts llie Insu nliighain's Jewel, he by old Wasbliigtoii dnin a thoroughbred. Lincoln King Is n rich IS has 1' WIXJDS niatie and ing frdm house tops, riding bareback ranee Denmark. (Hit Kdge's lfrt dam Minnie. Ii bH. lull Is hands and old heavy No 'I sadand a 2nd dam by Wells" Cru- tail lie four jeas McDonal IV llali-ori- i, aud playing soldier with dle horse. Wilt tnd at the low price of sader, his llrst dam by stonewall Jack-o- n. instruments of destruche by Washington 'lonmark, he bj lllack tion have been relegated to the past Deiimiirk, his llrst dam by Crusader, ho by $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. and arc considered "easy enough for Mountain mare. Old Whip. 2nd dam n His-k1 will also stand tn Hue. Jack, girls." MADISON SAND1DGE li SON, Iluautlful Chestnut frorrel, no white. Sired The smnll boy of Denver, when he Mllledgevllle, Ky. by the renowned lllack Squirrel (the greatwants to court death, now goes to the est hire of fancy priced oaddlors living On the same terms as Lincoln King. He l'lrst dam Joslo Umber No. 013, by On I will stand In Crab On hard the season of will serve a limited Time, No. 745. number of mares. Ho I black, with mealy mints anil him lino Second dam bv Stonewall Jackaon VI bono ami action. Third dam by King William 07. Notk. Lincoln King's ilam was the dam Fourth dam by Cythlan, thoroughbred. of W. L. Kviuis" gnat show mare, lluma, riftli dam by Oliver, thoroughbred. and his graiiddam produced as many winGround Squirrel Is a very Hue chestnut Whnt n beastly "Morning, Tom. ners us any unite In the country sorrel colt with with lino mane and tall, day!" 1(1 hands, by Ten llroeek. l'lrst dam Mares grazed nt i?2 jer month. Cure takwhich he carries as near perfection as a Hiy, I call it nn inter- horse can. Ho has been very successful In by l'ellow Play. Ho combines tbu blood of en to movent accident but not responsible "It ain't a day, sir. Phaeton. Ho Is should tiny r show rings, having been shown 16 times In Glencoe, Lexington and val between two bloomin nights!" lsim and 16U7 and won 15 blue and ono red. greatU In make like his famous site, who-- o London Punch. M. fDUHPHY, Stanford, Ky. beaten and the only time ho was defeated was by three mile record has only been brother by W. full Thornton Star. Ho has line, high action In by his son, Drake Carter, a up, has the mus-of n Peaalmlat. Wall from all his gaits rack, trot, walk mid cu liter. doncregan. He Is well put t I never had my shoes blacked up descendhalter-show- n cles and quarters of nil tho This colt Is no btaud-htll- l, Particularly nice and fine horse, but when you put a saddle ;n him ho ants of Lexington null formerly made tho But that a rainstorm came along at li i good as they grow. Vou can neo by his season him 820. Owing to tho times I will And washed away the blooming shine. at iiedlgreo ho Is a vory fancy and highly bred stand Standard, No. Vi,z, Chicago Tribune. colt and ono that vlll slro fancy, Nlld dark bay, Hi hands and weighs ;i,2M ll. high-tailsaddlers, tho kind that sell. Kull brother to ltello 2 19J, untrained, hut Not for n neat. Ho wlHservo a fnw mares at my farm four r speedr A lesttsl of combined lbiadters Depositor Is the cashier in? fc Stanford miles from Danville on Danville aud lt.trrn liorsos ol siiurior action, sle, stylo N-he's gone nway. I will nlso stand the line, young Jack, President pike at andsis-eilAclat.nf horses Hist sill readily for Depositor Ah! Gone for a rest, I pre111 inako tho KmmI prlc-present navin at sume. to avoid arPresident (sndlv) N-A Hen retained on all colts until Notk. ho by lleecher, no by l'rlnce, $10 To Insure A Living Colt. Hy season Is paid, and when a man sulls, gives 2nd,Clinton, l'rlnce, 1st, nn imiorted Jack, rest. N. Y. Weekly. ho of his maro in any way, the sea- owned byAdams ft Alford D.nn a line Jenor disposes by son falls due. Seuthls coltbeforo you breed net owned by Allen A. Heatty, of Clinton Co. Ilia StniBKle. HOW DENVER DOYS COURT DEATH. A. eThUNDTeY, Danvim.k, Ky. Askins What Is the matter with poor Ho will make tho season lit V, lit-lu4 on-otn- er "Oh. bitter world' Oh. bitter world!" He cried In dark despair. He'd kissed her ehlnlng locks and found Much quinine tonic there. I.oier'a Mistake. (hcdentVnt an with all the form, ftnith and style of hi ol M.HitTlno Kin,: da l lindibtnlly the hatKlniiiMt mii of Mambrl-n- o family W ith the Hi l a sure an I very Dne breeder and lutrk. hi. tfrt with emit imlfnriMll-- a n.'atd. tin l'alcbeu lab,tyle. pakl look, and pure trait He has a (foo.1 dlpiMvltln, any one ran handle aud drite him ll trulllin; iimrli fitter than hl ie,rd llo isounof the purest pilled horts-- In the world and I. TlIK UIIKIT SHOW HTU.MOX. Me hi. trotted mile. In i .'and with him alwa). and It an ea.y Iwrm to get In ondttlon ha. hi. All the training; he erer had In hi. life would hot siih- -i U to ix iiMriith.. Mn 'liiarters in U sevaml old orer muddy trak at New .VllMiiy Ind . bitihel loan old obtalnnl his record when a four.)er aged Me on WlnntrufWM slake at Lexington, won second a.hlontsl high wheeled Milky sicaln.l a Arid of i. a h re hore a. wellthe arac In tlirrw .tralbt heat.. Me u show tMtter Ile'la Tery lerel headel, afraid of nothing lla. bren shown at money In S"ou stake at Vctallle, winner of the some of the best airs In Kentucky and ludlanaantl has won a numtr of piriniiima. Ma. won a num. at l'arlf, also winner lier of sweetake premium. aged premium ami srcstake of other premium. In 1MM, since. ulch time, he ha. A Good A Living To Will been In tho .tail. liagte Kinds btaiiltful brown, wlt'lTi'mall tar, M. 8. BAUGHMAN, Ky. stands over 10 hands, ha. a flowing mane aud a heavy tall. liable lnrd was lnsl by King l!agle, wlutier of more than 4a blue tie". lal dam b;bta litlc, lest ton ofCalilwM'i Isliiiii mM I will stand on tn ngton. fsrm one mil north of on the llustonvllle and Danof Waihio,?-toHutonlllc. 2nd dam by llimlet IVnmarl, hu IIMItsTLItCll EAG-L- E : BIRD. at $10 to Insure A Living Colt. Will Standextreiuelr bandaome.lalllou l. Notk exii-iitlas ;i,1.y diw of lt.J tMMi 2 21 American Star II, etc ablf 1 Also Stand Jack At $8 Insure Colt. Stanford, Qilt Edge 261. BLACK CLOUD Ja,-- k n IViuiurk, Srd iUiu by lHMiuiark. lUrrli' hid of Milter'. Hy Sroi.ND Jew El- - This fane saddlestnU Hon will make reason of IsUs m our stable ville turuplkr. my lllnrk Cloud, (Sfw Mm LINCOLN KING, Uhii-vllleai- id 1 tr ier. -. Ground Squirrel, y tn 1 i RICHARD BIBB, is-cu- Is-s- Dorsey Goldttust, high-actin- g, ed $5 to Insure a LivingColt. o; $io to Insure a Living Colt . o; CLINTON, JR., s N SAMBO. to Insure a Mvlng Colt Roscoe.a Good Jack, at $5 toilnsure Colt. ii 1 VaA A.Y.C.C4GQ61 ,,' Jer-sotest-e- $3 to Insure a Living canji-ee sl 1 ! ii, c. line'J-ycar-o- 1 t'&v1&tfF' j tikk ,, rmmmjJmm tm iia6k. STrRrWsTS tsaam wmssm . iAm ?... fcVk IVftt $. JMjA.I!iJeiB.I - iiaVaaMi . A im rtfl : uiOi an'-.- ' Jj J tatm T ii, -- .i. K1'W''""t- I I v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., FisillNCi tackle nt Craig & Hooker's. Knndy Kltokon. 15, 1898 A MESSAGE from V. II. Colemnn at Somerset says that Fount Prcwltt for Tnv New England cocoanut candy. killing Jerry Morris got flvo years. h . I t i TUB beautiful old maids of Huston-vlllneeds In paper and bulk. s. will meet in convention at the Now and fresh. W. B. Mcltobcrta. Christian church thoro Monday eve" E. G. Walton, Business Man.uier. NEW Porculos thin week. Pretty as nlng, ISth, nt 8 o'clock. You arc corsilk at 5o, "Jc, 10c nnd 12c. Severaueo dially invited. n- Sons. Tim bent physician can't euro you If TllK first Spring chickons of the sea-- , j on do not follow lilts directions. Get PLOW Points, Plow Gear and every son, at least the first the writer had the best medicines too. That Is the only kind wo furnish. Penny's Drug thing in the farming Unit at Warrun fe seen, wore brought in Wednesday by Store. 15. W. Carson and sold at SU a dozen Shanks. Mj stock 1. f Fine nnd Medium Table Lintns with Napkins to nntcli is very Thoy wore oxtra largo nnd fine. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Wh havo gome extra good clovor hay and I will ninkc some N. will sell round-tri. .. ..... ."77777 .. ,. r, .... at I Re par 100 pounds. J. II. llaugh- - Tin: L. iV. r. i Kll K IH1U .JIIUK JkUUbBI'OUb Mil tickets to Louisville nt one fnre, $J O.'i, . ... ... hum A Co. t.r i tvuuiieMiii 111 t 1.. April 13 to2.1, llmltwl to 2olh, on Mus. T. A Illi'K eiimo down from W.NTin)-- To pay cash for all kinds Elkn' minstrel perform-unc- o (imborland Gap, Tenn., to visit rela- of country produce. Hiram Powell, and Sousa's "The Trooping of tives. Gilberts Crook. the Colors." Thie rate is good only J esse D. Weaken spout sovoral For Uhnt. Cottage now occupied for parties of Ave ormore. diys working insurance and clothing by W. U. Shanks. Poseoaaion May 1. at Livingston. These Linens are heavy uoighu ank some nioniire as wldo as seventy inclit Without Hail. Dr. E. J. llrown. George 15. Woaron. Lebwho came from Mt. Vernon yeeterduy Mrs. Martha FaXTON wont to They vary in price from 00 cts. to tl.25 por yard. Of course, I have numerous patanon Wednesday to Tislt Row and Mrs. terns for les money, but the nbovo goods are cxccptional.va ues for tho price. 1 alNi:v Wall Pa km of tho latoatsprlng tolls us that Pate and Ela Laugford wero held without bail for killing L. A. S. MolTutt. so call attention to a big line of Towels and Crash. I am overstocked in lino Crnsh stylos. Prlcos mado to suit tho purC. King. It will bo remembered that ami will eel this goods at Mesdamis .1. C. Hays and II. S. Ly chaser. W. H. McUohertx. renny wont 10 l.uuis-vill- o King received ills wounds during tho tic and llouiila Tuesday. Plack your orders with Uiggins ft fight between tho Langfords and Mul-llnThe doctor says that Mr. C. C. Miss MARY MyhrS, of Nashville, MeKinnoy now for Moll tie Corn Plan-tor- s o TlllIams, for the prosecution, mado that you may be in time for plantarrived yosturday to visit Miss ing. the llnest speech over heard In Mt. Trucheart. duughtor was born to Mrs. Vernon. A LITTl.i! Hoi'siMCKKPKRS. If you need Perandor lllatt Wednesday, but It lived If you need any I can save you money, Remendjer that a nickle saved is a nickle shades, rugs, nottlngs laco curTin: next quarturly meeting of the only a few' hours. made. tains or (Kirtlorres see us. Sovoranco & Central Kentucky Medical Association, LETCHER OWSLEY, of Lancaster, Sons. the Scoretnry, Dr. Steele Ilalley, tells ifouisvillu took the train horc for NllLSON H. HooiR has boon apX)Int-o- d us, will bo hold at Walton's Opera morning. postmustor at Marksbury, (Jarrard House, Stanford, next Thursday, April CaI'T. II. C. Eaton, who has boon beginning at 10:.'10 Dr. John U. hiccoughing for llvo wooks, Is gradual county, nnd Win. Davis at Murphy, 21. Kolmrd-t- of MeKInney, will open tho Anderson county. ly growing woukor. discussion on "Eclampsia, its Etiology MRS. J. E. LYNN returned yostorday Potatoks. It. C. Engleman has ami Treatment," to bo followed by scv-er- .i boon from Louisville whore sho has voluntary papers. Olllcer elected oHnol up a swoot-otut- o store in the under modleal treatment. INTKRIOR JOL'RNALbuilding. Call and at last meeting will be installed. Tin: hbrsoh advertised as lost by II. examine his stook. K. Wnarun A: Son wero found at 1'. S. CORN. Master of Trains H. N. HollPowell's, Iwyond Htistonvllle Come to my millinery parlors er tolls us thut he handled a freigl t Firk. S.Yi&' IN TroCIIle. John J. Samuel, late s. rt MRS. Mary Rosbkll, of Lincoln on Lancaster street and see the display train Tuotday that had 11 cars of oounty, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. of millinery at surprisingly low prices. corn from Kansas for Norfolk, Va. of Datnllle, and now of Louisville, was arrested nt Columbus, O.. charged with Lexington HoraUl. J. M. Stlwld. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Tho gro-- weight of the II cars was and Mr. N. 0. MKfi. Al.lcuCl.OYO )oundsand not 115.200 pounds, enticing from home a 17 year old girl' j"i HCSTONVlLLl!. Dr. Poiiny will bo leaving not weight of grnin at l)0U,o( 0 Frances Courter. of Marysville, O.. wont down u Parksvlllu yostor-da- y Tevls tho Woathorford Hotel next.Monday pounds, or I(I,2.'H) bushels to tho car. undor a promise of marriage. Samuel at to visit Mrs. George II. Hockor. All All of the cars wore of 00,000 lbs. ca- denied the charge most indignantly April IS, to practice dentistry. d Mrs. William Hamilton work guaranteed. hor father to Lexington pacity and loaded to their full excess. and savs he simply met tho girl on tho nothing improper. He on tholr They made the trip Tan governor has appointed Judge As a whole thoy wero the heaviest train and did four chlldron in Louis has a wife and wheels. William Herndon, of Lancaster, spe- loaded cars he ever saw. vlllo. Olllcers took him and the girl LASLEY has been visit-i- g cial judge to go to Estill county and try MlSSSl'Sli: No bettor comedy was ever produced to Marysville. in Louisville and Jo Newlnnd, Of tho case of the Commonwealth against than Old Piirmor Hopkins; crisp, Crab Orohard. hold down the Thomas Kldwoll. Hkatil Just after tho departure of ; bright, witty and up to the times. Tho olMoe daring her abeneo. tho train to Itichmond Wednosday, full Mirsks Stklla and May Hkro, of ItRnt'LAR April weather prevails. action spontaneous and continuous: com- Mrs. Albert II. Severance recoived n j N. Mcltoberts The sun shines brightly one hour and of vigor and snap. Excruolatlng Hullalo. and Messrs. T. dispatch that her mother, Mrs. Dr. M. and Ed Dlllehuy, of Danville, wore in the next the rain may bo pouring edy pictures, exciting situations nnd C. Heath, had died suddenly. There Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Trlbblo. down. Yeoterday was cloudy for tho thrilling climaxes follow each other in was nothing loft but for her to go by guet-o- f and Friday" rapid succession, without a single obJ. K. VlCTTRR, advance reprerontu-Uv- o most part. "Fair jectionable feature. As the old farmer private conveyance to Richmond and tho signal service cald. of Old Farmer Hopkins, will be Frank S. Davidson is incomparable she nnd hor husband left at once. horo tomorrow to tell in beautiful bills IT is said that Hon Alford, who has aud the whole show is immense. See Tho resolutions adopted by the House about the coming of his show on tho been assistant private tocretary to the Opora Houcc, Saturday and the ones pending in the Senate do it at Walton's ilrd. greatest of Congressman, la coming not dilTor radically. Both bring to the 2,'td. MRS. MARY W. How'MAN and her home to bo division deputy under Yer-ko- night, ' front with significant emphasis the daughter, Ml" Virginia, of Danville, Iticii, Hark, Racy. Tho young la- Maine horror. This tragedy, which If he dltplnces Mr. Cartor, the arrived today. Thoy will bo tho guests government will lose a good man. dies of tho Christian church at Huston-vlll- the president has all along endeavored of Mrs. Howard Bowman for .1 week. Miss Mary Ltisk tolophoned us to keep obscurod, is brought out with LouUvlllo Times. Wearo glad to an- yesterday, will givo an "Old Maids' the strong otTcct of calcium light. Roth Mrs. XannirB. Anokrson has our nounce, says the Climax, that the smnll Convontion" and Extravaganzata next unequivocally are the equivalent of a flunks for copies of the Waeo, Texas, lo.v scaro has about blown over and Monday night, 1Mb. It will be rich, declaration of war. Both givo the pros-depipers containing account of tho that the country people aro coming In rare, racy and rejuvenating. Secure the authority to make war. tragedy of Bnuin and Davis, and the aud the city is fast resuming Its normal your tickets at once. Admission 2" Wu aro indebtA TERRIIILE Fl'EJj. eulogy paid tho former at his funoral buplnetH'llke appearance. The public oente, children 1."), old bachelors no further fear about com- Itejuvenating machine will be on exhi- ed to Rev. Wood Little, who was In Jirixiis cs. W. McClukjl who wh. need have here from Mt. Vernon Wednesday, ing to town. bition. Doors open at 7, trouble will Clay county, for an account of the terIs hold-Infrible fuod there In which old man Basays that Judge R. 0. William Gun. Gkxtry say a sKjdal train begin utS. It is expected that a largo ker was astassinatcd by the Howards, court. He opens dully will a continuous bring the Missouri Gentry to tho delegation will go from here. but it came a'ter wo had printed the about 8 A. M and frequently doeen't Cinb Orchard Springs renuioti in Aug-iM- t Aliot'T PHCK8.- - If the fiscal court, news. Late Information from there is oloee lnfore dark. mid thai all the branches of tho which moots again today, has held lis that three of the Bakers, in revenge PlKLUB. of Lexington: S' Mk. family in Kentucky will cdlleut at lei-- i Your House With Tho Denfor the killing of old inun Baker a few ear to the ground and heard the C. Lackey, of lUrrodeburg; A. It. nylon f(r the trip hih! go by spoeial of the taxpayer Hgaiiiet the com- days Kgo, went to tho houso of old man ny, wife and S. O. Denny, of Garrard, Sax4 missioner pluu of management of turn- Ilowu d and shot him him to death aud Dwnlp. of Blooming-ton- , train. He lute closed n deal with aud Dr. Fayette ton's bund to go alone from that point. pikes, there will be no commissioner murdered the entire family, consisting III., were amos thuee from a and two tons. The trouble A Complete lAne Of w ho attended the Hnilcy Lackey AttjriTTEI) The jury in the case of electOil and there should not be. The of his wife most feusnble pluu of keeping the pikes grew out of the ownership of some logs. nuptial. Policeman Hubert Colyer for tho killMk. K. H. Itnviim, the iHoinlpluir ing of Jeme Wtekershntn at Snineivet in repair is to lot each pike, or portions Two months ago three men wero killyoung lwer. left ye?Urdjr for Fmoli- - relurt(l a vordlet of mcquitul after a of each, to good men at the lowest bid ed, George Philpott, George Gregory foro. Texa, wilh a view of locating for dn'- deliberation. The disNtteh sa.Vh ler mile, the whole U be undor tho su- and Jim Phil pU, and then the trouble the prnctlce of his prof Melon. The re- - thai It gives general Httisfaction. The pervision of the county judge nnd mag- wan dropped until a few days ago, when txirL that he was to marry during his defense jwoved that Wlekersham iwre istrates. There are about 10 miles of Mr. Howard's sun aud another man At visit was the walked Invention of an a terrible chailietor and that had much pikes In the county and it is figured wero killed. Old man Howard was shot eoc-uifor o far as we cmii learn be to do with the acquittal. Colyor's rep- that they can be kept in good repair at at the same time, but was getting well goes to the Lono Star State whole heart utation was not suocecWullv assailed from $10 to $T0 a mile, making an aver- when the Bakers wont to his home and of some S25 or $.'K. Another plan killed him, his wife and two suns. and fancy free. and his vigilance as an ortleer wae not age suggested is that good men on each Amonu the Ilarrodsborg Odd Fel- questioned. Green Lokks Oct. After occupypike bo selected to see after them and lows who ottino up Tuesday night wore !! ing Judge Bailey's court for a part of H. T. Conway, president of tho keep them in condition for tho lowest four newspaper men: John O. Pulllum, two days, the application of V. W. L. C. Woods, D. M. Hutton and P. H. Southern Telephone Co., was up this sum posslblo. Tho problom Is a rather Green for a continuance of his license Smalley, from whom wo unjoyod a week aud had the internal appearanco dttlieult one, but we hope and believe to sell liquors at MeKInney camo to an pleasant call. Mr. Pulllam was con- of tho central olllce greatly improved, tho court will be equal to the emergen- - abrupt termination by Hon. It. C. Warnected with this offlce 10 years ago rtnd till it is ifw quite a handcomo one. He ren, counsel for the protestants, citing bosldus making lasting friends of tho says tho exchange horo Is paying fair F. One rarely sees a liner a law, passed in 1S84, prohibiting the Our p.ilnt will bo cheaper for jou now than It w bo next year . Not because the price I. O. O. proprlutor and attacho, made scoros ly and that the addition of so many out looking body of men than the .'11 that sale of liquors at MeKInney or within Is going to ndvnnce, but bocauso It will take more paint. Tho wooil will become raor were delight- of town lines is helping it consideraof othor friends horo who an 'I It will require more oil to till tho pores. Lodge at two miles thereof. Col. W. G Welch, bly. Mr. Conway is quite a busy man. camo up from Montgomery ed to see him looking so woll. Ilarrodsburg to assist the Odd Follows for the applicant, contended that that Mr. Clarunci: E. Tatr, who has Hesldos merchandising in Lebanon, he hero In degree work Tuesday night. law was ropealed by tho voto of tho been a student at the Centre College has just been appointed postmastor They represent ono of tho beat lodges people in 1S90, but Judgo Bailey decidlaw school for two years, has decided to thoro, and he is the president not only In tho State and those who saw them ed that tho law Is in force, relying on if,..t.. ..t. f.lttlo Hock. Ark. Ho is a of tho telephone company but of tho work say that they have things down a decision of Chief Justice Lewis in tho It le tho greater economy If you buy the paint of ui. splendid gentleman and promising law- Kentucky Schools of Heform board as to tho finest point. Tho lodge hero en- case of Brann vs. Hart, &c, which yer, aud will no doubt soon win his well. tertained them at tho St. A&aph where b'oars especially on tho point raised. spurs In tho hustling West. Advocate. Left His Family. James Beswlck, an excellent supper was spread. Most The protestants, who were also repreMr. Tate left Wednesday for his new who lives on N. W. Sampson's farm, of the visitors remained all night and sented by James B. Paxton, say that homo, carrying with him the good deserted his wife and children a week expressed themselves as grefttly pleas- had not the law which had been overwishes of evory body for a successful or more ajro, and taking his wife's sis- ed with their reception and treatment looked by Varnon, Davison and Dawcareer, for which ho Is so capable. Ho ter, Miss Kittle Blankonship, of tho while in our town. Following aro the son, been presented, they would havo AZ . will olllce for the present with his Proaehorsvlllo section, left for parts names of those who camu. They won anywav on their majority againut ccusln, James Hose, who Is a lawyer, unknown, nis wife, who was a widow county clerk, bheritl, tho granting of the liconsc. It seems judges, of Judgo U. M. Hose, one and tho with two children, Is left not. only with newspaper men, mei'ihantsand others: to havo boon finally agreed that there .Arsa.-.- ifr tib& n wri of tho most distinguished jurists of tho thoso two and two of hers and . a j W. C. Clark, G. G. Rose, J. It. Cur- aro !3 votes In the town limits and thoy Xn - mS T7!.vJOilK.i C ii-kTmV.amr- State. children, but two of Beswlck's ry, John Phelps, D. M. Hutton, L. C. had o mimo on their list, but nine of :mm,t:i:M j tfW?1 YwtAjT o Woods, P. B. Smalley, V. W. Ed- them were contested. The applicant by his first wife. She Is In almost LOCAL HAPPENINGS. circumstances, but tho neighbors wards, A. C. Crano, A. II. Vansant, C. had US, l.'j of .whom the protestants conwuteh. LOT Dank- repair that aro helping her all thoy can. Beswlck T. Corn, J. T. Wilson, T. M. Cardwell, tested. Thore wero about 50 witnossos wus considered an unusually straight- James foinllnsou, J. D. Bryant, A. to bo examined and about lV had passLOT Hamilton ropalr your watch. forward man and his strange movo is a Ringgold, Walter VanFleot, E. T. ed through tho mill before tho ease cooking coal. J. surprise to many. Ho is about 40 years Goode, E. G. Wills, Dr. II. P. Cox, Dr. was decided. Mr. Green's license exTRY our 10c Jellico old and for awhile worked for M. S. M. K. Pennington, L. M. VanArsdalo, pired Monday, but Distiller C'.C. Smith II. Baughman & Co. Baughman. Ills neighbors aud wife's I. C.James, P. E. Boll, Jacob Brown, has license to sell by tho quart thoro store and wo will explain how you can obtain one of these Rasters free of Tin: Chasses des Fees will give tholr relatives are considerably wrought up Dr. J. H. Norman, F. V. Nelson, Bush till December noxt, after which Mc Call at my ronst is revolved through tho juices whilo cocking. chargo Tho next hop next Monday night. and It might not bo safe for him to re- W. Allln, J. G. Pulllam, W. J. Potent. Kinney will be dry until thcro is furthbefore the feeling against him dies T. M. Farnsworth, W. II. Held, T. II. er legislation. The temporance people THE delinquent tax Jist will bo sold turn are In high feather over their victory. Carter and Henry D. Keller. down to some extent. unction here Friday. Sec ad. - April Landreth'h o, l Table Linens thiHk OfA O CU coui-plot- e ! p I " SPECIAL PRICES ! 1 s. Flor-onc- ABSOLUTE COST W. H. SHANKS. '!:. ! oar-pot- s, o yos-tord- ay . gilSSglggEiggEg M"'imsmvmmmm iFoikd: (ws rx-H- mLmwMvvM:mimit si -- ncemn-IHinloWed-noMln- 1 y. i Head to Foot s How-lan- tl to-nig- s. m o, AliOL-TOVlC- nt 4. A Suit, a Hat, Pair Shoes, unaerwear, ian iose, Gloves,Shirts,Collars,Ties, ll 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. $ SEVERANCE & SONS. I mWimimmmmMMsmmm T I V. pro-Um- oe BEST MATERIAL Paints, Oil a - .Varnishes and Painters Supplies. M ( CRAIG & HOOKER'S, T m km 1m 111 Painting PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY I i In-cl- Uo-wic- des-tltut- - PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Cylinder Basting and Baking Pan. '"afcd? You can saveg&Jfe Both Time and Trouble. mi ' r sasii-zWK- l?"! im ', -- . r-- -i. ji-,..j,M- " i at IVIARK HARDIIM. H i:&fltfcifclir''ii'i ffiirnfr ' rtt,.MaA.jftfaM. I K p b r MT. VERNON, BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. ri-t I uU I r ' St t N ? i - u r ri fr & F.ft XJjww?irtM tMjt.fr.ilTifrh wdttsw IVrrh Oflloeorer Ulggla & MfKluucy, Store. rection. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. At the last meeting of the W. C. T. Lov-e- ll T Trains leave Stanford at 7.10 n. m., returning U. at the home of Mrs. Dr. A. G. -ROBERT FISH, at 4: 23 p. in. being new ofliccrs were elected, w eon pluno denier lin Mrs. Rosalind Ncsbitt, president: Mrs. KNOXVILLi DIVISION. Tho craclc barber. I mw Imeb at bis old forced me War bet Hand lu Mrs. KfrU'rtshtore-rou. to bit my Roodi direct from the faotorlo ready to Mory Smith, vice president: Miss Sallle 12 S7 p lu No. 24 Train going North nud :iy hU rrtdi, and that It why I ell u give you a havc nud haircut. All Carmichal, rec. secretary; Mrs. M. C. No. 26 " 313am good pluno for kw money thnn It oiuilKbnd iirvumg work snouiii can on him llo u " No. 25 " South 1210 am Williams, cor. secretary, and Mrs. Geo. liny where on enrtli. I 'lit no from 50 to suro to please you Crab Orchard, Kv OS " ' 27 p iu No. U " 25 nud up. Cull on or irm. Orpins was not. Gentry, treasurer. For allll'oluts. () J. HKEl). Stanford. Kv. ROUND TO SELL A fortnightly line of freight steam YV. Nesbltt has been at homo from J. RO'JOU TICKKTS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THKOUGH Virginia for a few days. Dr. George ers between New York and Eastern All tho'.o Mnltn Cultivators, For any information enquire ot l Lawrence has located In Lancaster. Asia Is to be established, to begin opAll thoo Hull hearing Decrlug mowers. All those Hall hearing Dccriug binders, JOE S. MCE, Agent, Miss Mamie Jones won the gold medal erations April 30. Dealers lit All those nlco working Deerh'g lmv Stanford, Ky, at Livingston. Mr. J. K. McClary enBculah is the only marc that ever rnkus, produced two trotters with records of tertained a number of friends at an AK0 CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT All those nont looking htiggios, Easter dinner. His charming daugh- 2:10 or better. Thoy are Beuzettn, 2:001, All thoso Folid Oak Milt Furniture, VIA OEOHULTOWN. d Order OMlce and Feed nchat)(re near All thosu crovs rowing corn plnnten. ter, Miss Margaret, assisted in enter- and Early Bird, 2:10. . M. A. SI r. m. CrtHsIni;, Depot St.. Stanford. Kv. a M AH of those at I). L. CAKPKNTKK'S, 2,00 35 Lve. Somerset, Arl2 55 Coal Yard. Mill rH.. Intel) J. It. Hlpcint' Star Pointer's record last year Is taining. 8"J0 " Jet. City. " 1131 315 HiiHtonvlllu, Kr. Stand. Satisfaction Ounranteed. Jan. He paced 21 05 All but one of the blind tigers of something wouderftil. 450 Arr Georgetown, Lv 9R5 630 " 6 30 20 300 1155 Frankfurt, town have been closed by Judge Wil- race heats In 2:00 aud bettor, and the nothing about tbelr future. They 8 40 5 30 liams. 6.10 Arr Paris oiiouui rememoer mat tlio young may One of the chief proprietors average was 2:03 Dally except Sunday A, said he would not have been put in jail After reading of the suicide of u die while the old must die. Funeral C. D.BEKCAW.O. P. MRS U. IX SIMPSON, Pror . but for the work of the ladies. Yes, friend, Benjamin Barr, of Crawfords-vill- services wero hold Thursday at l a.m., QUEEN & CRESCENT. Ind., cut his throat from car to ut tho residence, after which the re- I .alienator, there is a strong temperance sentiment : Kentucky. Trains pass Junction City as follows: mains wero laid to rest in tho Single here and the women are not afraid to ear with n razor. 1 South .... 12 02 p til No. 2 North 3 51 p m No. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcmlcd James Ashley, of Butte City, Mont., ton burying ground. The family has " 4 12 02 a m No. 3 " 8 24 a in work and prny for "God and Home nnd Porters " No. 5 3 n iu Native Land." I131nm " 6 " the sympathy of tho entire neighbor- table. Everything The beautiful example shot himself through the heart when It SO No. 9 " 8 20pm trains. meet "10 " 600am was was proven that he was guilty of assist- hood. Bradley No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further set by Miss Christine Born, to the wife of Elmer Harris, on than Junction City. heartily approved by the Mt. Vernon ing in wrecking n bank. SPRING, 1898. Two children of Lewis Campbell, of the 10th, a boj. Mrs. G. A. Caldwell Union. OF BROOKLYN. is quite low. W. D. Johnson and his d Several Presbyterian ministers were Hopkinsvlllc, died from drinking Royal makes the food pure, in our town, amouc them being Drs. coffee and the parents, who also daughter are still qulto sick. Mrs. M. wholesome and dellctou. u. .McKenzio has boon very sick for a : McDonald and Ely, of Danville. It was drank It, are dangerously 111. The Hlue Ora Nurseries oiler even thing people have died of con- few days. Dillard, llttlo son of T. J. for Orchard, Harden. Lawn No Agent, said that Presbytery would convene Thirteen Co., Scotland. hero in May, but for some mysterious sumption in one house in Columbus, Gooch, after a severe spell of fever Is triiwborry nud guneral nursery Catalogues convalescent. Born, to the wife of on application to reason it has been transferred to Dan- O., during the last five years and the KOUNDICD 1MOG. II. P. IlILLKNMKVr.K. (10?) Lexington. Ky. ville. We will say for the Mt. Vernon Board of Health has been asked to de Sanford Sharp on tho Dili, a boy. At Tulophone 2P7. last reports the proud father was rest people that their hearts and homes are stroy it. ing more quietly and mother and son always open to deserving strangers and James M. lancastcr, of Greenup, fcTANroilP, KV. all will be hospitably entertained if was given three years In tho peniten- wero doing nlooly. Mr. L. G. Gooch Is quite sick of la grippe. Mrs. Margathe Presbytery should be held here,but tiary for bigamy. It was proven that Ky., Loulsvlllo, wp do not need a missionary by any he had three wives, two of whom were ret Smith and granddaughter, Mies Sa rah, are both quite nick. Uncle Leo C. means. at the trial. AMERICANS EUROPEAN Thomas Galloway was perhaps fatal T. Reynolds is also quite fick with a After 53 days of pain, which he hero, ically endured, the iron constitution of ly shot at a dance near Oakdalc, Tenn. complication of diseases. The Ladies Kcstnurntit is the finest iu Mr. L. C. King at last yielded, and Several toughs were there drunk nnd It f POWDER rates to Lexington, Queen it the city. Every convenience for Indies The been found which of them death came to his relief as stated in has not yet Crescent Route, May 4th to 7th, good spending Uiu day in the city. Absolutely Pure these columns at the time. He confess- fired the fatal shot. Gcntlcnt-n'Cafe on olllce.tloor. Stanford, Kv., Tom Bates, who was pardoned for to return until Muy 10th, from all ed Christ early in life, but was more THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, firmly convinced of tho wonders and carrvlng concealed weapons a week jwiuio 111 neiuucKy. incso rates ac Maungcr. POWDER CO., SEW YORK. beauties of His love as he lay upon a ago, shot and instantly killed Jocscph count meetings of the Kentucky State And Epworth Lcautio and tho Kentucky Mti9ic - TuesJav, Tltursil.iy nnd Sunday Is Receiving IiIh bed of unalleviatcd pain. He conversed Brown, also coloied, at Dlngley Dell Evening. nnd West Virginia Grand Council Goods. touchingly with men who showed no Stock Farm In Bnllltt county. s. Ask agents general fight near Jackson, Jim Commercial Travelers. In a love for religion and brought them to Goods Warranted. for Surgeon their knees by his bedside. A wife and Spencer was killed by Johu LTowanl gen'lInformation. W. C. Rlncarson, pass'rngt., Cincinnati. O. Fit Guaranteed. Denti3t, four children weep for him. Bro. Ira and Arch Hollin was almost shot to CTrrff TINNING & PLUMBING, Give Him a Call. shots wero fired. M. Boswell preached the funeral ser- death. Seventy-fiv- e There arc 1,000,000 blind people in Stanford, Ky. mon at the Christian church, throwing All were desperate characters. tho world, or one to every 1,)0 inhabiSTANFORD.KY., Office over" McHoberis' Drug Store In thei:0wsle Three children of a Negro named tants. In England there are 23,000 Is nrnr prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing into the discourse all the tenderness of John II. CasTLKyay. .(I. Lanium. IlilildlBS. a gentle heart and adducing beautiful White were burned to death near blind persons, or 870 to every million and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's lessons for tho living. The remains Bloomfield. They had been locked in Inhabitants. In Russin and Egypt tho Muck Diamond Iloof Paint. Telephone No. 1!0, residence Shop on Mill St., oppilte J. were interred at the old family burying the house and their parents were on blind constitute the largest proportion- II. llauehmau A: Co.'s Mill lishing when the house burned. ground. ate number of tho population. ,u4Vl W. G. Drlscoll, an old and once prosINSURANCE COMPANY Play Ball. Reds vs Clevelands, perous citizen, of Owensboro, was found HUBBLE. Cincinnati April 17. 81.25 round trip dead In a shed at Harl's lP'ery stable. OF LIVERPOOL. Rev. Matthews will preach at the f bottle of from Junction City and Danville, Ky., One full bottle and Methodist church Sunday morning. Qucon & Crescent Route. See tho first morphine were found in his pockets. .Ljealer In. A tax of 10 cents on the 3100 worth of iietitlKi. ? Stanford, : Louis II. Altman, who stole about game I Help open tho season I Ask 3F property and SI poll has been assessed 830,000 from Charles Rosenheim fc Co., agents for particulars. W. C. Rinear-soOlSce on Lancaster street at residence GdSTLEML to repair the school house here. G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. at Louisville, was given three years. MANAOLUS, . On account of the rain last Sunday He got two years at first and plead for I wa nodingan advertisement of Chanitraln's Bro. Gowen will 1111 his appointment at a new Oommerco JBnilding, Louisville. trial, which was granted with Colic, Cholera and Darrboca Itttunlr iu the Wor- the Christian church next Sunday af- the above result. ewter KntcrprU;rocntly, which leadi to wrlto Agcuta Throughout the outb. ternoon at 2:30. ar nrvor usl Tho Christian county fiscal court al- hi ciiialcan ittruthfully ami Idiarrhoea. Iaujr ri'tue-d- r to fur colic Sidney Dunbar has gone to Russell lowed 81,000 per year for feeding Its cr had to 1110 more than one or two doehare uvr. to cure Mrs. county to see his sick mother. poor; 82,000 for paupers outsldo of the the worst cavs with mjrwlf or children. W A lotal ARfnl, .. ij. rDoonainorc nas cone to uur- e and 83,000 for the inmates Stkoi Toiwinoko City, Md. Tor sale by CHAIO STANFORD, KY. A 1IOCKLK, DruggUu rard to visit friends. Stanford, - - - Kentucky. of that institution. T. C. Rankin sold his wheat to At Corburn, Va., Oscar Hardin shot Baughman for 00c. C. C. Gover bought bis wife to death and then killed him Co Farmers some hogs of Frank Rigney at 3c. Win. self. He had been brooding over the OK STANKOIIP, KV. Blanks anc Frank Bourne bought 70 Impending crisis between the U. S. and farm from acres of the Watty Sutton 5200,000 OC LIST TO RE SOLD Paid up Capital, Spain and was totally unbalanced. . Joseph Hamilton at 825. Charley An17,603 80 Surplus, son of Martin Keene, The Tin: derson bought some shoats here a few of Valley View, could not stand being 15, Uy firovlilons of Its charter, deKltora are a days ago at 3Jc. IIMl'O reprimanded and left for parts unGBEJTEST SYSTK.M. 1) fully protected as aro iloxltnri lu National Kauki, known. It is feared that ho has drownAt Auction, iti aharvliolders being hold Individually liable to Special Rates to Norfolk, Va. And Dealer in the extent of th ainountof thrlrto"k therein at door in tho par value thereof, in addition to the amount On account of the meeting of Southern ed himself and the river is being drag At 2 v. m. before Ihe In such shares. It may act as executor, im:nethatks Stanford, the (loliiujnent tax Hat returned HARSTKSS, SADDLES?, sQ. Baptist Convention at Norfolk, Vu., on ged. trmt.'o, Ac, a fully as an Individual hy the Sheriff, will he fold to the highest Tendering our thank, to tlnmo who harerntruil-et- l At Cottula, Tex., Henry May was nnd May (5th to 12th, the Chesapeake & EIGHT GREAT STATES STNFORD. KY. hot bidder. Parties interested can their bu,lneas to in, u trust they will continue Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to killed and Editor J. Guy Smith, of La examine the list at the cotintv clerk's of- to do so, aud we oiler as a Kuarautee fur prompt at- IContiicky, Tonnohse... Vlrplnln, Oeoreln. tention to same our 20 year.' exerlciici) In Norfolk from all stations at one fare Salle's Isonoray, a paper published in fice. aslileralaccoiumodjtioii, in are couaUteut ortb nnd South Carolina. Cottula, was mortally woundod. The with sound ban klin;. Uy order of the Court AliilKimu. MNsImIii. rate, good going May 2 to 0 and good to UIRECTOHS. GEO It COOPER, return in 15 days. The return limit is editor was shot unawares in the back, J. J. Williams. Mt. Vernon; Cleric Lincoln Countv. V. II. Cuuuulni, I'reaehersvlllo; subject to an extension of 15 days addi- but he winged his man all the same. J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., Sleeping Miss Nora Baldridge, a joung girl tional by depositing ticket with C. & S. II. Shank,, William (iooch, THE POPULAR 8. J. llmhry, J. K. Cad , O. agent in Norfolk. Remember that IS years of age, was criminally assault Ilotuccn UiuNvlile and tho South A. V. Onrjicntcr; J. B. I.ynu, J. N. Menefcc. .Mnln& the C. A; O. is several hours quickest ed by a white man named Wilcox. He orricKits. fi'a.' 21! .rwjkiMf :. tfci. rojto from all Central Kentucky points. was captured by a posso aud is now in S. ll.SlmnVn. rreaident: TBIREI2 RAJLY TRAINS jail at Prestonburg. This scams to bo Two limited trains dally each way J. II. Uwaley nwblrr, W. M. Uriglit Teller case for Judge Lynch, but there is no Bach way Imtweeii Loulsvlllo ami LoAliigton scenery unsurpassed. In order that made for sleeper talk of action by him. v. a. Trine, o. p. a., jttNt'ffs,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,ii,u,,,ttf' arrangements can be Wecdeu M. Logan, only son of Washington. I). O. srvice send in your name to tho unW. II. TAYLOR. A. O. P. A. FIRST NATIONAL BANK James M. Logan, commitdersigned, stating what train nnd date Louisville. Ky you will go on. Wrlto for any Infor- ted suicide by shooting himself through OF STANFORD, KY. n pistol, at Sholbyvllle. mation wanted. No trouble to answer the head with Curplus, $15,750 Capital Stcck 5100,000. questions. G. W. Barney, D. P. A , On arriving home he went directly to nis motner s room and witnout warn- i,exiugton, Ky. Attention of the public Is called to the fact thai six-da- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams rejoice over tno birtn oi tncir nrst oorn a tlirec pound girl. a.'blic5n.oi'T,iioEia3ro txrxd. 3TxidLa.vo The large and hnnlsoiuo residence of AT Judge Bethurum ucar here was conS2 PaCEYJCAli IN" JVH VANCK sumed by lire last Friday night; vciy llttlo of contents were saved. When not sopaldXS.CO will c charged Elder Carmichal preached one of his best sermons on Easter Sunday, although in very feeble health. The congregation was large and enjoyed the beautiful thoughts upou the Resurtime THE INTERIOR JOURNAL WAYNESBURG, TO CONTRACTORS. Hlds will bo received to April 15, nt noon, for tho building of tho New Church ut Ml. Morlah. For further Information, pi a in utiil Unroll. 1MJ ra 1 Flndlay, O., man tried to kill himself with an old butcher knlfo because his wife scalded him. Thomas Franklin, of Wellsvllle, Ind., died from tho effects of n rat bite received whilo ho was asleep. The residence of John Shipp, near Owenton, burned to the ground, and Mrs. Shipp was burned to death. Gen. W. P. Hardeman, superintendent of thc Confederate Home of Texas, and u uoted oillcor of the late war, is dead. Lou McConnel, of Glasgow Junction, y confessed to having strangled her old baby to death to hide her shame. Two children living near Akron, O., were poisoned by oatlng what they thought was sassafras root, but which A TCRS- . eral days illness. Peyton Ronton will speclQcntlotis, nddreM, occupy M. T. Reynolds' property in old J. V. IIASTIX, Wayncsburg after Mr. Roynolds moves to MoKlnney. S. II. Gooeh is again boarding with " Tlioltttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ellison Is a llttlo better after sev- KITTY i KING, CHAD OKCHAKD. KY. line just returned from the xx-ii-- Ivy. absence. Mr. Thompson's singing class Is progressing nicely at Ellison. George Foster nud wife, of Llnnle, Casey county, were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams. Miss Ora Williams returned with them and will stay several weeks. Your scribe has talked to a good many democrats in regard to Hon. Jas. B. McCronry as nominee for Congress and judging from them we believe that Mr. McCreary will get a largo majority of the democratic votes over any ono who may run, or as the saying goes, "will carry this precinct solid." Most of the democrats hero think he should bo given the nomination without opposition. Died, on tho 13th hut., Ira Gooch, son of Jamos M. Gooch. He had been on the dccllno for some months and his death was not a surprise. Ho was just hi tho prime of life, nnd this should bo another warning to tho boys who care 'j DR. R. M. PHGLPS, 3n x nsriEiR-s- r JlT?'!. ':r. n Jte!L0!r:,i!!l!L,,!ll -- www.a, t.i.v. t IU" t'W.9 HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON, Stanford, - - Kentucky. .Mi..v nwill.iMl HI till 11117 IIIM I'lllt!! Ol IUO seifon. An Inspection of Iter s'ock U . & Helled. For hntohlng. Ulitck Lnngslinn, 60c, Light IlrnhniiiA nml IJronzo Turkeys, 1 r0 per MMtlmroflS I'uro single. 'I'n'.. Shelby City, Ky. Tflf4.pj.Cl IS "W A. Jt6 -- m llrst-elu- ss -s. S- - NOEL 66 SON, Kail-ma1 Coal, Corn And Hay, $9-10- Mason Hotel first-clnss. c, FIRE INSURANCE 1 1 Insurance Company jkjIs-one- Trees, Plants, Vines. ( Caledonian of t, Insurance BOYM R.B-.MAHONY.Ag- LOUIS1ZILLBHOTEL H. RUPLEY, One-hal- Merchant Tailor, Fall ROYAL BAK1SO a. price:, Vinicr J. T. Jones, ' im, w. b. Faxrarsr, K, 21-- tf one-hal- A. C. SINE. n, J.C.rtcCjjVY ILICJMBEH9 MM 1110 1 SASH AND DOORS, W. BanMTrnst A. TRIBBiLX, poor-hous- 11. DELINQUENT TAX Soutnern Railway ' $ FRIDHY, HPRIL court-hou-e 4444444441 PtPWl hank-Ibicau- d Through Cars vl 11 XMnMi fVWWi tMl lvC I m L.iUz stpl y W 7 1V l Iffrttjttjf; 'JJ w W t7 rir tit tit TrTVTVTVTVSttttfSStS T. !f T sJL i Xwwwnfs SrT tbbM"M?kkkbMii rhff?rfffft!f: JWHt Mf a" O.V. A., JltANE J. IIKI'IK Jf. .T ai,,,rT....i.. ..FD'1'" CUl'cuio. S.A. E V iLUACO.V, 5WA Ti7 t-i- t rw W Ir ''uler iit.r.s of the leading merchsntsof thik village aud one of tho incut prominent men lu this vicinity. W. C. I'llll'l-lN- , Wllor lied Creek Herald, rorsaleby CltAFU A HOCKKft, Drug gists. iuir kiiiuu imueuii in uui iJtusuneu ma To the Klondike, Alaska, North and ' iast Words were, "Good-hy- o mamma." Northwest! First-clas- s service via the No reason can be assigned for tho rash Queen & Crescent Route, with through act, as ho was in tho best of spirits. Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Louisville imd St. Louis. Veatlbulcd trains Southern Bantist Convention, Nor from New Orleans, Birmingham, Meri 'folk, Va., May Tickets on sale dian. Jacksonville, Atlanta and Chat- Queen & Crescent Route ut tho taoooga. Ask your railroad ugent tor rato of one faro for round trip from all particulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell, points on its lino to Norfolk, Va., uo D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. eonnt tho convention, which meets at i .May Dates of sales, 5Iy wife has used Chambcrlalu's I'aln Halm fur that point May 2nd to 6th, good to return 16 days rhriimatlsin with great relief, and I can It as a splendid liniment fur rheumatism and after date of sale. The most attractive other household uto fur which vro Uao found it route to Norfolk Is via tho Queen & valnahle W, J. L'l'VUiB, Ited Creek, N. Y. Crescent Route. 2, Mm1 -- viu-th- e ! I -l. rccom-niin- d depositors are sccurtd not only hv the capital stock, III ci lull ny tne siocKuoiuera' lummy iot an amount the stock so th.tt deiioaitoriof this InstituKivo sworn tion aro secured by n fund orS'.tn,000. ttitemuntaof tho condition ol tho Hank are mndn each year to tho United atatesiioternincntand Its OF ALL awts am examined at slated times hy Koverumeut agents, thus securing additional aud pcrlert salc-t- ; we have placed the prices on our hitnd-soiu- o to depositors. stock of dining room furniture We This Institution originally established as the DeHank ot Stanford In IKoS, reorganized as liavo a iiingnillcicnt assortment of exten .positV.llnn.l flnlf nTUlnnlnrit then lUiVS .tnl...ln l,i I.n sioil tables in oak and nsh, muuvstvles of reorganized as the Tim National Dank of .Stanford china closets nnd sideboards, in onk and iu 10, lias nan pnietiuuii) nuuiiiuurnipieu exisi better mahogany, with chairs to match any of eiicl. for 3.1 years. It is business supplied now will. iiromptly uud lib Ucilltles for traniactlnir the atove nl attractive prices. erally than bver lefort' in its loint and bnuorahle career. Accouuls of Individuals, fiduciaries, Uruis and individuals solicited. tn-VT .I'-ts-Y- 1 "fl o k". Ihl, In tho only National Hank In Stanford. Under the iiruvislons ol the National Ilnuk Aot "BIG ItOUTIJ. OI-IICAG- O. 'VJ' I " .. - tThelleat Llnotoand 4 Trom TOLEDOAND DETROIT All Points lu Michigan. n 4 WITHIN REACH "While City Special." ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel best Tenulnal Station. BOSTON. Wagner SleeplngiCars. W. V. WITHERS, - UIKKCTORS V Stanford, Kontuckv. ! Ten thousand rebels against Spanish Uranch Store and Undertaking Outfit at authority tiro under arms in the Phllll- pine Islands and Manila is threatened. Hustonville, Ky. Haydcn, Stanford F. Ileid, Lincoln Co.; J. lluir.it Parlor Cars, Warner Slcenlng Cars, fi. II. Ilaughuuu, " S.T. Harris, " I'rlvat " T.P. II 111. J.S. Hocker, " M W IngCars"" " W. I'. Waltnn W. A. Trlhhlc, ' J.II.Colllcr.Urah Oroh'd 41. J. Miller. Mt. Vernon M, D.EImoa, Stanford. I'1 sure your tkkcla read via "UIO KOUlt " L.V. MtCOUMlOX, orriCBRs. WAItUKVrJ. LYNCH J, S. Ilocker, President; J, J. Mcllobcrts Cashls , Traffic Mgr Ass. (Jen. Pass. A Tkt A. A. McKlnuey, AxditantCashler. CINCINNATI OHM NEW YORK. Um .1 L t- -. T s'l'innwrnii I'l'iim t'Ev&Hijtfrnn'im rsnrartw in ' 'cay.T ." i rmniii """" M''J'"fc "WS''ttJU5fsii(ft VttUSWSfi'WP ill A IMSMlAa' -- ,, .,- - i "-- '- -- 1 ''' '- - J t g, . l. ?. .. .. : . "' Tlj