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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898041901 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. raagggfr ppiytnyirfy im LANCASTER, - -- q'rt--l,TT,fi y'-TT--m grrl'.' r''JP nyp. Vy,n"" .i . ..:,r-- SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI 1. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 19. 1898. MT, VERNON, R NEWS t IN NO. 13 THE VICINAGE. MEANS WAR. C V s James Wrlirht.of Stanford, was here Tlio board of equalization ruieud tlio Saturday trying to buy a homo. assessment, of Murom 12 per cent. Soveral of our eltl.ens ar talking Without Hsuljjninir cause, William and more of base ball than war, having lost Hakor, of Montloollo, out hu throat iuterost in the latter. The farmers are busy after the-- conGeorjjo Jones, a IJoyle county Noirro, broke 0- pounds of hemp from sun to tinuous rain, but few people come to town and there Is a dearth of news. nun, Miya the Advocate. Gill, K. W. Harris has completed the A vvhltcuhlakcn thief named school census for this district and rewan ahot by Arch WhltUiker In Madl-howoundud while In the ports 270 in the school ago, against Us2 and fatally hist year. uci. J. ftlort Hothwell has several men at In the irame of ball between Centre College and Kentucky Unlvornlty ut work ropalrlng the buildings at Dripthe Stato College grounds, Centre Col- ping Springs, and that famous resort will bo In good condition when the sealege won by a bcorc of l."i lo .'I. child of Dr. son opens. The Mrs. Gov. W. O. Hradley is the guest Slemona, of Jelllco, was frightfully bealdcd by the oorviurt accidentally of her sister, Mrs. M. H. Gill. Mr. J. It. Harris will go to Arkansas In a few enllllne u kettle of hot water on It. ujjed 17, mid days to locate permanently in the mer- Hutfh Moore, of lloylo, Mid Ethel Hoblnbon, of Hnrrimni), eantlla business. Messrs. Hugh and William Smith, Tinn,, 1(1, l)Oih pupils ut J'rof. Scomp's school at Hai rlintui, wero married hint the former of Somerset and the latter of Covington, are here with their week. llsoal court of I'nlankl tins decid- mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, who Is The ed to build a brldjro over Fishing ereek iiifTering from a stroke of paralysis. H. Clay Sutton has made a on the Columbtn road and another over Huck creek, near Dalian. The two will sketch of Judge Oscar Tillott and Jim "Crow" Dillon discussing tho Cuban cost ST.7.V). f Win. Owens, charged with attempt- question. It Is so true to the parties ing an assault on Laura Collier, also named that each threatens to Institute cjlorcd, at Richmond, lied to Somerset suit against Mr. Sutton for associating and vva arrested by Jumbo Hughes. him with tho other. Cupt. Ed Hlshop, of tho K. I'. UniHo waived an uxamlnlng trlul and wu form Hank, No. '21, has recelvud a letheld In WOO. A petition Is being circulated In ter from Marmaduke Dowden, colonel South Somorsot asking tho town au- commanding, to know how many men thorities to appoint A. T. Martin a reg- he can furnish for Cuban service. The ular policeman for that beat. He has oiptaln answered that ho would view boon working as an extra. HoK)rtor. the ground and furnish all he could. It appears that our nation will adopt Tho Lancaster Heeord says that one ordered his paper a dark brown uniform for tho army, of Its stopped because he didn't want his which does not show at a distance an family to read horse and jack advertise- blue does, and does not furnish such a in distinct target on tho battle field. This ments, which that papur printing. was suggested several years ago by says: Squire It. Boyle, of this city. A special from Mlddlesboro 'On Hough and toady Creek, l'erry Our enterprising townsman, Joln M. county, George Whlterker and William F.irra, Is raising funds to put an elecJackson quarreled over a Hue fence, tric light on the cupola of the courtboth drew revolvers, fired simultan- house, which will light the way to the eously and In less time than It required doK)t for the traveling public, when to toll the story, both wore dead. night trains are put on. He tells tis N M. Shumate advertiser In the Mt. that arrangements are being made to Vernon Signal that "I will not be n- - erect a handsome opera house, and that sonslble, nor nsumc payment for any It will be built within a year. Verily, debt or debts contracted by my wife, verily. Lancaster Is on a boom. The Lexington Loader, In speaking Anna Shumute, nor will I be responsible for any of her actions or accounts of John B. Thompson's candidacy for Congress, Is out of balance when it or costs on same." Tho Jessamine county fiscal court has says that Messrs. Thompson and Chinn purchased the 15 mile of the Lexing- have control of tho Eighth district maton and Danville turnpike for Jtl.oOO, chinery, or that many politicians say the amount It was npuntlsed for. The that they have such control. The deJI3 soldiers who have been guarding mocracy of this district is riot liable to tho toll gates for X days at a co-i- t of be moved nbout automatically by a me51,000 javo been removed. chanical device, prepared by them or A dispatch from Plnevllle say that a anybody else. They are able campaignprominent physician of that place was ers, but tho votes must be east without arrested for boiling a human skeleton a system of wires, which will be snapIn a kettle on the street. A Negro as. ped wherever they appear. Hlstant was also "run In." It Is claimAdjutant General Collier Is here and ed that the skeleton was obtained from says that he ready to march with his mllltla as soon as a call Is made on the a Louisville medical college. Cashier It. M. Jackson, seeing every- States. Ho approves the action of and body ''dressed up" last Friday going to Congress tho say that Cuba should bo free and destruction of the Maine Mrs. M. E. Brown's Eastor Millinery should be avenged. Although everyOpening, decided that It was Saturday thing looks like war, I will still wager on the bank 10 acres of sheep that there will be no and placed tho time-locwar. If Congress agrees on Intervensafe for Sunday. As a result the money tion and recognition and Mclvlnley nnd Mr. Jack- coeds to execute the resolution, pro was locked no Saturday the son had to accept It as an Immense joke power will quiet Spain, or she will withdraw from the Island. at his expense. London Kontueklan. -0 n, i Services at the Christian church ltnSOI.UTIQNS , three-year-ol- d j ! j llfe-llk- o were conducted by Itev. Hunyan, of High Bridge. Mrs. Weldorhold and sUtur, Miss Kolfrat, of Skaggs creek, wore guests of Miss Btisslo Miller lint week. Tho new residence which Mr. Sim Davis Is building on Spiing street, will be quite au addition ui that part of town. If some of our cituens had the public welfare jiioi-- at hourt and worked less assiduously for self Interct, tho county would soon be otf ttie pauper list. Mr. K. B. Bulhurum a prominent lawyer of this pluue. and Mis Hay Jonos, a little Mliluiesburo beauty, eloped to Jelllco last Tuireday and were married Upon ihulr return they look rooms with Mrs. Palsy Brown. Mrs. Simpson and Uaua blurs, ol Pine Hill, iiltuiiUud services tier, lusi week. Dr. McMiituu, o( Itichiuotia, uiu-e- d his meeting Suuuaj night. Mr. Andrew Thompson, of Garrard, was in town last week. Mr. It. L. Thompson and family expect to move to Lancaster at an p early date. Miss Lizzie Adams a number of friends last Wednesday evening. The death of Miss Mary Purcell, daughter of Mr. James Purcell, on last Saturduy night, was peculiarly sad. An operation had been performed for appundioitis by her physicians. She unlet-talne- ADOI'TKI) IIV TIM". 07 to 21. SKN'-AT- E Whkhkas, Thenbhonent conditions which have existed for more than three years In the island of Cuba, so near our (!) own borders, have shocked the moral sense of tho people of the United States, havo been e to Christian civilization, culminating, as they have, In the destruction af u United States bat- lj tle ship, with 200 of Its olficers and crew , while on a friendly visit in the harbor : of Havana, and cannot longor be endured, as has been tot forth by the President of the United States In his mes': sage to Congress on April 11, 1M)S, which the action of Congress was ri I Three Shoe Graces. I 55 tt lj tf: !(! '; I'J Tlio Tlnct Gru'ts wlilch elrtrnrtrize our Hioei lire adl-grac- Fit, Wear and Appearance. TIk-- lit wfli wufir long nndlook w to the-.- ' three graces, thero U oil us long an they wcur In addition also Low PrW Alwajs rail on us. Hats, Furnishings, Trunks, Valises. Lead DANVILLE KY. n Invited: therefore. HKSOLVED, By the Senate and House Go to Danville as soon as o nuil eo the Handsomest Line of of Representatives of the United States of America, In Congress assembled, 1. That the people of tho island of Cuba are and of right ought to be free and Independent, nud that the Govern- In the Latest Colorings Ititls, JIojs, Green and New lllue ever shown In this State. ment of the United States hereby recso tho Finest Display of New ognizes the lepublic of Cuba ns the true and lawful Government of that ispo-.s- CALDWELL & LANIER,! ngShoe and Furnishing House, The i5SSS''SSgS;SBjSSCSSSBSS5SSSiigtil EW WILL FliPE! I Al- land. Mib-erlbor- s eri-lste- d perfectly aware of the approach of death, for which she had no fuar, with a soug uion her lips. A large concourse of Irionds attended the burial Sunday afternoou. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Gritlln are on the sick list. Mr. Henry Pish, of Crab Orchard, Is the guest of friends here. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Sarah Gentry, last Saturday. Mr. It. A. Ward was in town fast week. Mi. Willis Adams is attouding the Presbytery was d-l- In Danville. Mr. 1 charming little daughter, of Danville, are at tlio Miller house. LAND AND STOCK. J. Mulcahy aud 2. That it is the duty of the United States to demand, and the Government of the United States does hereby demand, that tho Government of Spain at once relinquish Its authority and government In the island of Cuba and withdraw its land and nnval forces from Cuba aud Cuban waters. 3. That the President of the United States be, and hereby is directed and empowered to use the entire land and naval forces of the United States, and to call Into service of the United States militia of tho cveral states, to such extent as may be necessary to carry these resolutions into effect. 4. That the United States hereby disclaim any disposition or intention to ex6rcise sovereignty, jurisdiction or control over said island, except for the pacification thereof: and assert its determination when that Is accomplished, t) leave the Government and control ol the Island to Its pennle." -- Ever made South of the Ohio Itlver The trip will p.iy you to ee and know how Cheaply you can Handsomely Decorate Vour Hou.e Vou will find tho latest styles for lmlntlne r house, and all Information frcelv Riven PICTURE FRAME MOULDING ! Window Glass and Paint Brushes and Art Material Window Shades, All Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, A. El. N. V. , MAY. Clekk. GIBBONS, Deinville, (f.) at x0. 30G 5iIn Stroot ! HLWHYS flPAD sJtEjkx lxiPirLi I iJP' nuLK i8ik In Low Prices and Good Material. An line of Children's Suits. elc-ga- ut Best Line of $10 Suits In the State. Fine Shoes, Nobby Shirts. Stylish Neckwear. Suits made to order and kept in order one k MAKE ALL PAY Oil NONE. m CHURCH CHATTER. Stanford white school had levied an extra usosmont of $1 per head on every white citizen of this district, and that he had been appointed to collect. The dollar, I paid, as I had done one year previous. Since paying said dollar I have heard a number of men sny they refused to pay that assessment, and although It has been noarly six months from the time I paid my dollar, no steps havo been taken to force tho delinquent onos to taw. Every one of the men of whom I speak (and I judge there are many others) h.nvu bhlldren and I have none, yet tho board of trusties permits them to go seott free of this tax and leaves me and other willing souls with tho bag to hold. Now 1 do not object to paying a dollar school tax or vo dollars cither, but I do not 11 Euitoh. Sonic time last fall a Hev. I. S. McElroy has decllnod a gentleman came up to me on the street call to Memphis. He Is now pastor of and stated that tho trustees of the a l'rosbyterlan church at Lexington. Mil. PA want to pay It unless ovorybody else does. I do not think anybody will say In this l am wrong. Tho above circumstances lmvo occurred two years In succession and 1 think It Is time to lull a halt. As no elTort has boon made to, force delinquents to pay, ono is compelled t conclude that tho money raised from those who pay willingly is sufficient for the purpose for which It was levied. If this this be true, the trustees arc- making willing ones pay tho obligations of others, and It Is not truo tho school must be doing without whatever the levy was made to purchase. Tho trustees have, therefore, treated s the school or tho Is wrong. Tho badly, and either writer is not an enemy to the trustees, but a friend, and merely calls uttentlon to this In order that another of the many wrongs may bo righted. W. H. SHANKS. - public-spirite- d cltl-oon- Iun. Tho Jellereon Davis moinorlal window was unveiled Sunday In St. Paul's Cathedral, Itlehmotid, Va., the church Mr. Dnv Is attended while president of the Confederacy. There was an Immense crowd present. The services woro very simple, the sermon being preached by Hey. Dr. William Dame, of Baltimore. Mrs. Davis, her granddaughter, Miss Hays, and Consul General Leo and family, accompanied by Miss Cisiieros, attended tho ceremonies. Hev. George H. Turner, who has been pastor of tho Walnut Flat and other churches for u year or more, preached his last sermon at the formor Sunday, prior to leaving for Sullivan, III., where ho has been called to u nourishing church lu that nourishing town. Mr. Turner is a splendid young preacher and vvhilo his congregations regret sincerely to give him up, they! arc glad that his Hues will fall in pleas ant places and hope for him mid his excellent wife a long life of usefulness. During Hev. J. F. Williams' three yoars' pastorate of tho Harrodsburg Baptist church 01 ha-- e been added to the moiuborship, making the total 'A'20, Hev. S. S. Booting, the venerable Methodist divine, was S: years old on the 10th, and Is remarkably active for his age. He is probably the oldost Mothodlst proaohor now living in Central Kentucky. Tho Cleveland Prosbytury decided that Cleveland Is not to attend the meeting of the Presbyterian General Assombly at Winona, Iud., next month, becauso he favored the 6ale of liquor ut Princeton en-titl- John Coirey sold to William Herring Sagnsta says the charge of Spanish year. a bunch of fat heifers at .'lo. responsibility for the Maine disaster is jri v.. r iiv .irj" W. P. Norton has bought May Hemp- "an Infamons calumny." M stead, paying ilo.000 for her. The significant order has been given F. Held sold to an Ohio man a brown that no news concerning the moveJ. L. FROHMAN & Co., Danville, Ky. gelding and u brown mare for $1100. ments of the U. S. fleet will be given Atlanta men are In Warren, Simpson out. and Logan counties buying mules for Balloon experts have been ordered to Spain. New York for service, which will be WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A W. P. Norton, of Hopklnsvlllc, is utilized In the harbor there In case of said to have purchased Ornament for war. $20,000. The Spanish note to the powers, It Is -C. 11. Singleton, of Crab Orchard, said, accuses the United States oT bad writes that It was a mistake about his faith, and says Spain is "reluctantly selling his jack. compelled to fight." And are oilcring some J. T. Terry bought of several parties It Is said that there are many Spanhere some butcher stud for his trade at ish spies in America, who will do much Livingston at .)Jc. destruction to property secretly when Dr. C. Fowler bought of the Dr. war shall be declared. Givens heirs fl acres of the Harvey It Is an ill wind that blows nobody Helm place at $.'.". good. Tho Atlanta bakers have re Call and fc'eeUs. Opp. Court - House, Stanfoid, Ky Sales of 10 extra cattlo at ceived orders for 100,000 loaves of and a lot of shouts nt .'Ho to 3.8.c ate bread dally to feed troops. reported In the Winchester Domocrat. A dispatch from Cape Verde Islands High Jenks won the Tennessee Brew- says that the Spanish llotllla, which is ing Stakes at Memphis Saturday. anchored in the harbor there, is being Tlmeinaker was second and Estaca painted black, which looks like busithird. ness. J. S. Henlck has sold his crop of The president has decided tto give hemp, over 100 ions, to a Cincinnati Consul General Lee tho command of buyer at a fraction over Si. Paris the Virginia volunteers In tho event News. that hostilities break out between this R. A. DoJd bought 5,000 bushels of country and Spain. . wheat from Woodford parties at POc. With headquarters at Atlanta Gen. (!' Brown Cogar also bought 7,000 bushels Miles will commanJ the army. Divisfrom parties In same county at OHc. ion commanders nssigned ife Shafter, (it Jessamine Journal. The old way of buying carpets has played out, and they nre now 3: New Orleans; Copplnger, Mobile; May wheat touched the highest point Wade, Tampa, and Brooke.Chlckamau-ga- . sold almost entirely by samples. ThU way you can buy thorn much of the year at Chicago Friday, opon-in- g a very larger assortment to select and W. cheaper Hrus-e- hnve WiltDas much velvets, beautiful patterns. from. and at $1.10 and going to 31.13, where The action of Great Britain In diit hung for a few minutes and thou recting her colonies to regard coal as a contraband of war In the event of a M dropped back to the opening figure. W! n war Is . The "Colorado beetle" potato bugs an act friendly toward regarded as the United are crawling about over the ground In States. An attempt will be made to various sections, patiently waiting for Induce other nations to take similar actho potatoes to come up. The mild tion. The order issued mobilizing the winter insures a full crop of Insects. troops orvtho Southern coast Involves ; The Advocate says, the highest pric- the heaviest movement of Federal il "Wo carry in stock also a large assortment of lings, and no one will The president ed animal told at the E. P. Faulconer troops since the war. ri W sol ihem to you cheaper. sale brought 3400, Greonlandor Boy. has opposed this movement heretofore Kon the ground that It is too expensive He will havo another sale of about to be resorted to until absolutely necirn n 130 horsus during the week of May 23. essary. His final consent Indicates his ''- ivy; A Lincoln county man, who has just opinion of the situation. Tho plan of the i; returned from several mountain coun- upon the outbreak ofnaval department is to ! .. ties where he wont to buy cattle, says send the Hying squadron to Porto Rico, bY fiv that the people in those sections are which will be blockaded and bombardcrazy about cattle, some pricing as ed. Tho big guns of tho battleship Massachusetts will be used for reduchfgh as 10c por pound. ing tho fortifications at San Juan, after closlug-ou- t sale of tho horses which the Massachusetts will be exAt tho on tho noted Cloverdell Farm, Colraar, changed for the tleeter cruiser New (M) fit) Pa., 181 wero sold for an average of York, and tho Hying squadron, which $2sU.41. The farm containing 2.13 ucres will also include the cruisers New Orleans and San Francisco, willeross the was sold for 3110,300. It originally cost Atlantic and destroy any Spanish ficets with improvements 3113,000. encounter It. Gen. Leo testified: ''I havo never At Danvillo yesterday there were thought that the Insurgents had any about 200 cattle on tho market, which thing except the skeleton form of a was badly olf. A bunch of government, a movablo capital. I askthat would have brought 3 to 5ic a ed them ono day why they did not have It will be next year. Not permanent month ago wero withdrawn at 4.10. The some gave very capitai, and I think Our paint vtIU bo cheaper for vouItnow than more paint. The wood becauso tho prlco will beconio mor good reason. Thev U golnp to advance, but because vMU take a they crowd was smaller than usual. said It would require a largo force to absorbent mil It M icijulio more oil to fill the poros. Lexington papers say that Embry & protect It and dofend It, and they could Greene have engineered a lamb cornor not afford to mass up their men thore; that the capital and tho government whereby they have secured ubout officials had to move where they 50,000 lambs in Central Ken- bo safest. Their army probably could o' tho numtucky at fie, but the farmers have'nt bers 32,000 men. Tho Spanish forces much to fuss ubout If they got that are nearly double a9 large. An AmerIt le the greater economy If you buy the paint of Us. ican army of occupation could go into price. the Island with safety now. Tho cli- Tho Spanish colony loft Tampa for mate nor anything else need prevent Cuba yesterday. tlom entering Cuba." i mm c THE GLOBE, Car Load .PECULL Of Vehicles, m B. K. WEAREN & SON. I I CARPETS. 'I if 1 I Spanlsh-Anyjrica- I I i I .' . s BTERMS CHSH. lj H. J. McROBERTS. If Your two-year-ol- tee hi: Painting II3,-00- 0 PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ? ..W- -I - ik - jgfj - ' fcjy Jf - Jt . rtF 'Minors for sail," Is tho way little Ldies. You aro Invited to tho Raised. Judge J. 1 Unlley receivThomas Helm, of Hustonvllle, has Jlm"Brady tells fishermen that ho will oponlng of my spring und summer mil- - ed notification from the State Hoard of eoctired a pension of $1 month from sell them minnows at 50 conte per 100. llnory next Saturday. Mrs. Kate Dud Equalization Saturday that Lincoln Co May 1, ISPrt. dorur. had been raised on assessment f por Old Farmer Hopkins. Mr. DavidThe court of appeals has alllrmod A MAD dog was killed on tho Knob cent, on lands and 2 on town lots. son has a stromr comimny and carries Judge Morrow's decision In tho case of all tho scenery for tho perfect produc- Lick last week, after it had bitten Where is He? Some six months Wullenvoss va Grand Lodge Knights tion of his play. Tho musical part of four hogs and several cattle. J. S. ago Mr. J. B. Dickinson received a let- of Tythlus of Kentucky. During tliu Campbell, of that section, who hoard tho performance was a feature. ter- from his son, Dr. J. W. Dickinson, meeting of tho grand lodge at Somer(111.) Register. At Walton's tho chuso the neighbors made and their Springfield who was then at London, asking him to set several yours ago, Wollenvoss, repfinal killing of the canine, says ho Opera House. April 2tfd. lodge, was do thought from the number of shuts fired sond to him by express to that place resenting a Loul.-vlll- o his overcoat and some dental tools. He nfod admission because of charges ( onsrvMioniil for Congress in the Eighth Tun L. & N. will run special train that war had bugun sure enough. Tin: Havana papers are still abusing. from here next Sunday, leaving at 0:30 did so immediately and supposed hit pending against, one of which was the District of Kontucky, suhjc t to the action of the democratic pirty. M iss j son had rucul veil them until u few days giving of thopussword to parllod not Lee. One of them says: "Loe has A. M. and reaching Louisville at 10:15 OLD Maid's Convention. gone home rich. He made money here Harriet Wellington Glascock, who ago whrn he was untitled by tho agent untitled to it. He Mifd for un Injiine-gav- e . G. GILBERT, by taking advantage of the necessities at $1.75 for the round trip, on account HON. a deUurtc entertainment here a at London that tho package hud never tlon to stop the proceedings of tho st of the ball game between the Colonels Of Shultir County. N a candliliite for Of course the of the rceoneontrados.' few yours ago. with markod succass, Jboon called for. Tho doctor has played lodge, but befoiti tho ruse win decided In tho Eighth Congressional Wstrletof and Cleveland. Returning, the train Kentucky, subject to the. action of the demliar who wrote it does not believe it will leave Louisville at 7:15 p. M., arrived Saturday to arrange for giving j tho role of Itinerant dentist for several tn0 body hud adjourned. However. It ocratic party. himself, but it shows tho animus an old maid's convention, whiuh sho years but never bofore has ho kept his wasduoldod against him and he took it 11. against this government and Its rcpro- - reaching here about will do with the ulstuuce of the whereabouts unknown so long from his to t'10 above court which nteo gave him We. are authorized to announce 'sontutive. "wo love him for tho ene To Teachers. -- Supt. Garland Sin- young ladles of town, al Walton's Op- aged father, who is alarmed about him the hot end of it. mies he has made' applies to our congleton asks us to say that examination era House Tuesday evening. May 3d. sul general with fullest force. Of Mudl-o- n I'ountv, a candidate for Confor diplomas of graduation will be held Miss Glascock has had grunt success in gress In tho Eighth Congressional District Editor James M. Allen, of the 111 and 11 of May: examination for teach- such entertainments and will doubtlers of Kentucky, subject to the action of the democrntlc'party. Cynthiana Democrat, proposed to raise er's certificates for whites M Friday maku the occasion a memorable event a regiment of delinquent subscribers und Sntuiduv in Mav. Juno, July and hero. Particulars more fully In oi r Nero fiddled while Rome burned and und take them right straight to the August, and for colored teachers on 1th next. the U. S. Senate talked while thou- front where the cannon balls are thick- Fridays and Saturdays of May. June, Simpson. W. H. Simpson, son of R. Cubans were est. The services of our delinquents July and August. sands of L. Simpson, died yesterday morning of dying daily in the war of extermina- are hereby tendered, but If they are no .'15 Circuit Court begun at Danville appendicitis, aged aboutday years. He tion waged against them by the cruol-es- t, better fighters than they are payers was here county court and wont Spanish will run rough shod over yesterday, but littlo was done beyond most treacherous and most tyrunl-cu- l the homo sick. them. Nothing especially was selecting the juries and charging the nation on earth. Dnrlng the several thought of It, however, and It was not IN spite of tho evil predictions con grand jury. The latter duty was perdays that the resolutions looking to Saully,who adjourned until the doctor came that his serious war with Spain were under dlcusslon) cernlng it, the Louisville Dispatch has formed by Judge Con- condition was realized. An opuration Is nol new, hut it is feasible 10 stick lo I Im old relinhle house and get the toil 'A1 speeches were made, many of them lived to be nearly a year old. und in court soon afterwards to give the was decided upon and Friday it was from lime to time. pre- gressional candidates, Hons. James B. three and four hours in length. The order to signahzo the event, It is performed by Drs. Carpenter Bailey IJouM'clenning necessaries are what. you will need when ynur Spring cleaning Ih issue an unusually large and McCrearyi O. G. Gilbert and John B "squawmen" as Senator Mason dubbed paring to and Peyton. Tho appendix was found the peace at any price crowd, headed handsome birthday number. Tho Dis Thompson a chance to orate, which to be almost rotten and in It wore two donound we have, beyond a doubt, a great variety for you lo select from made the New Table Linen at 20, 2o, 35, 60 ttnd 7ftc per yd, New Lace Curtains nt little by Hanna. which Is composed of 19 re- patch is not backed by money to uny they accepted and for hours blackberry seed. Tho patient survlv. prices. 45, e ring with oratory. Ac, per pair. 0",75, democrats, alarming extent, but it is backed by publicans and two ed the operation woll, but all hopes of the. masses and publicsentimcnt, which White, of California, and Caffery, of has made It a go from the start. THE parable we published recently his recovery wero given up. Mr. SimpLouisiana, fought for delay, but that is about a man selling l.bOO bushels of son married a Miss Head, of Jefferson all they got for they were vanquished The rot is going the rounds that wheat to 1,S00 men, a bushol apiece at county and she with one son survives. at every point and when the final vbte Davison will ignore the recent act of 81, on credit, und the time ho had In Deceased was u member of tho Chrisat 0:11 p. M. Saturday was taken it the Legislature gerrymandering the collecting It, has borne fruit. We tian church and a clever, honorable For your wind and g1.!!- dons showed (57 in favor of the recognition Eighth district and will have polls NewCanton plnh for covering fut nitur., P.nr.os Ac Manager F. J. man. Burial will take place at Buffalo didn't mean him. but of the Cuban government, demanding opened In Jackson county. If tho courts New I!vd Hpieal, 5). 75, 11 Ac Springs, cemetery Tuesday aftornoon at P. M. pronounce the gerrymander constitu Campbell, of Rock- Castle that Spain relinquish control at New Mattings for your bed room, fancy cSlna trnw, at 10 the be cotlon chain, "Thnt narable fetched me. after a short talk at tho grave by Eld. tional, Mr. dare the presi- oven suggestDavison will not polls to once and authorizing Jomtlc8 Japanese sti aw at 23c per jd. In Hero's your S2. Yours humbly." If Joseph Ballou. the opening of dent to use tho entire lund and naval Jackson for himself, as big a man as he you arc behind, dear reader, emulate forces in carrying the resolutions into imagines himself. Eaton. With his father, Capt. II. the example of an honest man and go C. Eaton, sick effect. Thq resolutions are given In unto death probably, and do likewise. MORE DELAY. full elsewhere In this edition. These hore, Odroy Eaton, eight years of age, mn nonnrlnn 111 t Yr Mrtorlilf Inn a nti-n- . SOME time ago the attoruoy for John died at 0 P. M. Saturday at his home at HOUSE REFUSES TO CONCUR IN SENduced by tho minority of the foreign Traylor, indicted for violating the li- Lebanon Junction, of pneumonia, after, for parlor and sitting room at 20, 25, 35 and Vie per yd. and up. O.l cloth in new ATE RESOLUTIONS. is a big vie quor laws, demurred to the Indictment sevoral weeks illnues. Cupt. Eaton patterns nml nil wivlilis relations committee and Mrund new line window tdiades from IV each and tij u tory for the democrats, who had the CONFERENCE COMMITTEE TO HE AP because It failed to have the letters A. came hore to consult physicians and ard. POINTED. ( nine in and take a lo k nt our matchless D. after the figures of the year and was takon too ill to leavo. His wife was actiye support of 11 republicans und all line oi lut8. If your time is alnable Judge Saulley sustained It. This was sent for and while here the son was the populists. The resolutions differ Washington, April IS, 4 p. m. materially from those passed by tho a little too technical for the Common- taken ill. She returned to Lebanon ' At 12:07 p.m. Senate resolution was House and they were sent to that body wealth's attorney, who took the case to Junction and tried to nurse hur boy received and democrats applauded 10 A. M. yesterday. Our dispatches the court of appeal, which on Saturday buck to health again, but In vain. Cruel j at when recognition clause was read. elsewhere will tell of the result. If ttie last reversed the ruling and held death had marked him for Ills own. i Dlngley permitted tho reading of House refuse to concur in them a conHe moved to conthat when the year is plainly given, A Thus has the famllv houn most, t.irrihlv I'lcid if going from Mote lo More Yi'U will find heie the beM n.orliiieii( at l.iw the resolution. If you hnvu plenty of time to wkhIc then go all around and t.vv D. is understood. ference committee will have to wrestle ulllicteJ and separated, and all who vst l,ricos cur with amendment striking out umU others hare and come in and let us matin it for lev. money with the question and that will cause know the circumstances sincerely symrecognition clause. Dlngley then WHEN the county buys a turnpike, pathize with them. Odroy wns a bright further delay, though It Is hardly probmoved the previous question. Vote HAVE YOUR CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER BY it puts itself in the place of tho compa- little fellow and thought a great deal able that at this stage of the game the was taken on motion yea and nay ny and should be made to fill all tho of by House will dare retard matters. There and resulted yeas 171), nays 150. the railroad men and ladles.muny provisions that the chartor rcquirod of of horn came up to attend is a persistent rumor that the president House refused to accept Senate the burial such corporations. Those whoso pikos which was in Buffalo cemetery, will veto the resolutions because they amendment recognizing present altera pass through or into town were requir- sermon at the Methodist uhuruh by recogonize the Cuban government conCuban republic and voted to conV LA. J 10 feet of the street Rev. C. II. Neal trary to his recommendation, but the cur with an amendment striking ed to keep up county has become AMERICA'S LEADING TAILORS and now that the impression is that as much us he may out this feature by vote of 179 to SHOT A BURULAR. Saturday night the owner it should do the same. There 150. do so, he hasu't tho backbone desire to NEW is neither right nor justice In the coun at a late hour, Georgo W. Alford, at to carry It out. The country is aroused Sonnte refused toeoncur In amendty court requiring the town now to his home at McKinney, heard somo one and has reached that point thut it will ment resolution, 40 to 32 refused keep those pikes in repair and wo are in his bed room and jumping up discovconference and sent back to House. not longer brook delay, so It is safe to LOWEST I'IZICES glad to know that Muyor J. N. Menu-fo- e ered that It was a man, who evidently In House, Dingloy moved to Insist assert that before tho week ends war ELEGANT ASSORTMENT order knew the surroundings as ha started to tho has decided not on amendment and asked conferwill have begun in earnest, unless command? it the dressor supposedly to gat Mr. Aluntil a higher court LATEST STYLES Spain lllckers at the last moment, of ence and yeas and nays ordered on ford 'g pistol, that Usually laid there which there Is little probability. Bromwoll'd motion to concur. E. Killed in the Court-HousWashington, April IS, 5 p. m. C Walton, who was in Danville ut the By this time Mr. Alford had gotten his A PERFECT TIT AND HIGHEST GRADE OF gun and the man had run to his There is method in Gov. Worthing Brorawell's motion defeutod 104 yesterday door and wa unlocking It, when front WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED time, telephoned us at noon ton's madness with reference to the Mr. to 137. You are Invltod to look at their samples nt George Rowsey shot and killed a A. tired that pardoning power. at htm, 13 bird shot and tluve The CommonResolution must now come before German named Klzerinthecourt-hous- e buckshot, taking effect in the fallow's wealth's attorney of the Owonsboro Senate aud motions will be made there a few minutes before. Lowsey. head. He dlstriot, J. E. Rowe, who keeps himfj concur in amendment of House, who, was drinking, but not drunk, went ever, and cot out of the house, howwhen SheritT S. M. Owen self and tho party that olucted him in and If concurred irf will go to the T 1). HANKY, Manager to Kizerand drawing a. pNtolsuld: "Ymi 'found him, he was nt the house of constant disgrace by contlnuod drunkprosident. If defeated a conference killed my horse and I will kill you."' Anderson, a quarter of a mile away. Ml I'ans, (Nirlislc, Mt llruncli More enness, and who was indicted because Steiliug, ISim1m..wn, Lawrcnrelmrg, f will bo ordered. The manprotested and begged for his The man proved to be Geo. Anderson, Kiiiiiienci. itturgi-toMtF.'iirth.tlii'.wii Frankfort MHtirkport, Ind he was unable to attend to his duties, New York, April IS. Central life, but before any one could interfere, Jr., a Negro, and he is bttdly wounded. u pardon from the old man, presented Labor Union by overwhelming maRowsoy shot his victim throe times, two of tiio buckshot having pwwed when his case was called for trial. Gov. jority voted down pace rosolutlons killing him instantly. Both the circuit around :iml ifomn uit rm undiir Ma Worthington evidently wants to keep offerod by Bishops Potter, Wiland county courts were In session and aye and tho other on the side of the Rowe before the people us a terrible liams, Dean. Howoll and others. the shooting created IntonsO excite nose. Ho was In a precarious condl-- 1 Hie second stolon of the Col leg lute Year. kwTis m ill open example of democratic incompetence Effigy of Gen. Woylor hung all day ment. Rowsey was immediately appreand imbecility. from telegraph posts. hended and lodged in jull. or he might LONDON, April IS. Curlists In Editor C. c. Park, of the Glasgow' have not fared so well. The murderer he kept hit money. Entrance was N pupil eMJrlnit thut time will a- - wled Ihio tho clna. l,r full liiforniMMiiti Englund are preparing for News, is receiving the congratulations r wrlu"" rn.uv at th-- i.,i- - or rli for cui.,,.. Is a son of the late Cage Rowsey, who effected through the kltchea and had "' ' being convinced that presof the press, not for tho addition of a killed a man or two and who was him- Mr. Alford not nwnkencd when he did WILLIAM HHKI.TON. I'rii..nt ent Spanish dynasty is doomed. new ton to his large and growing fami-- 1 self killed by Frank E lie. An uncleof the Negro's raid might havu been sue Chicago, April IS. Blue and ly, but because he was miraculously his was hung by a mob hore many years cetsful. Gruy Legion now numbers 730 mun spared the loss of a bright young lega & asjo. EVANS. After four yours of lllne . roady to march atordors of governtee ho already hud. nis son, Will, fell Will Let the Turnpikes. The death relieved Mrs. Ellen McAllister ment. from a train at Eliwibothtown and al fiscal court decided, uftor hearing sug- Evans I re in further suffering at ." p. M though his clothing was cut almost into Thn llvinc smiudron - in Hamilton gestions from scores of taxpayers, near- Sunday. Since tho birth of her lust . . .1 i aureus ami ne was pieKen up lor ileud, ; Roads, ready to move at any time, ly all of whom had a dlfioront plan, child iier nervoiM system had been un u Kinu Kepi mm irom seriIn the "event of war all the dead will to let tho repairs of the turnpikes to strung and thu tragic death of her inn-th- e ous injury. Grand-narwu roiolnn be Identified, as every soldier will wear lowest and best bidders in sections band, who wue killed by the curs two wuii you, lor no matter now many a around his neck an aluminum tag with of not less than two'nor more than five years ago, added fuel to the iluiuv tii.it man has ho never has a child to spare. his number. Tho bone of contention is the recog- miles till Jan. 1, 18W). Tho contractor rapidly enveloped hur. Her mind gao The Glasgow News grows gleeful and nition of the Cuban government and is to give bond, wltli approvod security, ,vay under the pruseiire and for month gets gloriously gay over the typograph- - j Reed und his lieutenants spout Sunday and tho work is to be under tho super- - it has baen a blank. About Ctiriittmtus in fixing leal error that made Miss Frances E. adoption up tho plans to prevent the vision of the county judge and the mug- - paralysis from tho waist down added of that part of tho Sehate resWillnrd, the president of the W. C. T. olutions, istrate In whose section the pike may it terrors' and since then she has been cm U., appeur In this paper us u married The report that the powers would bo. This is practically tho plan sug- - more helpless than an infant. Sho was ( luck Howe Tlu cl,0,"k,H ,H I'cif'-ca lerfict Hand Dro.i hiinlcr nml a Per woman or a widow. Citizens who in- - mM(i a naval demonstration together gestcdinthls papor and seems to be1 u daughter of the lato Joseph McAlis-- ' in order to scare the U. S., happily tho Self r'M" ,'l,',-' O "hi. hni.it cfMin,,!....of transparency nnd' could have buen adopted, tor, and Mrs. Martha MeAlit,tr, who ft:1"1 best that tm.ni! out to bo untruo. There has been brlttloness should not hurl missiles, ' too much talk about the powers In this though tho whole thing Is oxperlmon- - survives to sudor the further weight of ' for our critic in his criticism, spells matter and tho country agrees with tal yet: Bids will be received till May sorrow. About 2'A years ago sho mar-0tFrancos with an i, thus louring tho in-- ! Sonto' Foraker whosajs: "The and awards made by tho court, rrled John Owsloy Evans and they llv-- ! that Miss Willard bore a nmo.ei'3 haven't anything to do with Cuba which meets the day following. Tho ud happily together until death rudely ' Till. tor the Cuban question, and I think culine name. court alno bought the Hf miles of tho claimed him In March 1.SUU. Four somebody ought to tell them so," Danville & Lancaster pike lying in this children were born lo thorn and all ar TiiKDiugley bill proving U) be al . county for $I,?.VJ, to bo paid out of the living. Mrs. Evans was u splendid1 failure as a revenue miser, Its namci sake, says that ho is thinking of un in- levies of tho next four years. An order woman and a most devout There were only six stallions shown was made requiring Stanford to keep Shu united with the Baptist church erciisft of font- imnu u ununil inv .... ' in repair thut ortion of the pikes when a girl and lived fully up to its rrmnUf,t..,i .uuulww, . .vii i, nur ,. Rt Danville yesterday ..........,... uu ib it Lovable by nature and. within lier'limius. Telephone compa- - teuchings. not declared, the plan to include stocks PluKONS. Eddie Hale shipped mos were permitted to place polos along unliable In disposition she was loved by ' in hand. As Mr. Dingley has proved a pigeons to Somorset Friday to be Jonah on revenue bill, he hud bettr usod In a live bird shoot thore. the pikes' right of way. Attorney liar- - all who knew her anil grout sorrow Is retire uftor asking a rcadoption of the vey Holm was appointed to investigate expressed over the circumt,inces at- Wilson bill. TOMMY Ball l building a nine-roo- the affairs of the Hustonvllle it Cotfuy's tending her douth. Several brothers dwelling on "Blue Wing" Ave- Mill pike. Roll taxpayers were grantud and sisters, besides tho mother and the Till! omlanlon of notice of the ehaogo nue, more familiarly known as "down the right to work throe days on the now fully orphaned children, aro loft to of the Mt. ymrling Gussettu to a on the creok." road in payment of it and tho prices of mourn for hur, who In health was a Joy was unintentional. Wo aro to Bkautikul weather has provailud teams wero fixed at $1.."0 for two and $1 to them all. The romalns were taken get that excellent paper, barrinj; Its for threo days and yostdrdny, A number of orders al- - to Danville yesterday afturnoon nnd in politics, twice a week and wo feel to whon It oloudud up anduniil signal ser- for tho lowing paupors stated sums wore made the prosencu of many frionds laid by congratulate ourselves as much if not vice predicted rain last night and toHIGG-IN- S and the court adjourned Saturday uftor- - lll0:je "' ler husband and sistor in the moro than Its editor, John C. Wood. ' day. 'lemetery there. noou. IN his testimony boforo the Senate committee, Gun. Lee said he was sure that the Maine was blown up by Span lsh officers, but acquits Blanco, who, he Stanford. Ky., April 19. iSgS save, was crying when he saw him immediately after the explosion. That is not conclusive of his innocence. Even W. T. WALTON. n cowardly, treacherous, orucl Span- iard may have moments 01 remorse and . manco s. I It unluuimi: mat .mavnuvo ueon Til B. THOMPSON, til e horrible act, of which he had prior HON. cognizance. for Of Mercor. U a cnndld-it- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 11 - 1 1 J. 11 J Con-cre- j , iiox.jAS.B. Mccreary nt Louisville 1 Store liar-offer- court-hous- m Swiss j.t & - Net Draperies! t - .'1 m New Ingrain Carpets ' COME HERE FIRST I I Strauss Bros. (L$y to-obe- y k. -- ml iL.orasvxM.iiia HTOMJII i O'-ce- n I i Stanford Female College. 1898. Tornado Harrow 9 omur-gonc- y, i. Cherokee Corn Planter I ... I ! -- - -- 1 e. ,' j , I 7Jrj Ifrrlwllfil, t r . h F'O? S A LB BY U. D. BRIGHT. pow-furen- ' t j Additional iOCal. chri-jtian- . - -- ,i...,. ... i . f :(0-od- d I m romi-weok- ly ono-hors- u. SEWING MAGHINE. The Latest Machine out, something' new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it 3 & McKINNE Y. A i 'tv r W k -- - ', - -- r ra- -' "ijr '"'f,1, J if "' 'I I"1 i,MM,V'", ", l, ' i'IUM1 Ull'Mfl 1 r M WE$ESTOS553 !&2s5 szsa Azrtr, DANVILLE, KY. Wo initi; imp lining $$33$iOT3i ra THE INTERIOR JOURNAL; 2?ij m Stanford, Kv., E. C. tgagigSifflww - Apkil 19, 1898 Walton, Bt'diNia Manaock. TlIK beat phyelcinn can't cure you If you do not follow his directions. Got ihu bent medicines too. That is the only kind we furnish. Penny's Dnie; '4 ' IDo You A Know ? id Store. PERSONAL AMD SOCJETYGOSSIP. Is fI 1 Ttmt 'Hint I A have a big stook of shoos, I am selling them away down, I have those stylish short Corscta, I have pretty percales, I have tho latest thing in ladiosV? collars, I am showing a big lino of nice handkerchief I have some pretty mon'M shirts', I have a nobby line of men's pants, I foil a oatKjrof irood nim for a eont. I oil a paper of good neodloH for a cent, I buy for cash and sell for ensh, '" I sell lloor oilcloth for 20c a yd, I sell table oilcloth for 12 cents n vd I , . u: r;x s M. a girl. D. V. Vandkvkkk quite sick. Hou.v, to the wife of Nathan Uelden. I ft Dress Goods Sale, i8 i Miss a:.v. Hkrkon irw.iitlntr on a patient ut Mt. Vornon. W. II. Simpson, the boss watermelon raiser, Ib down with peritonitis. Mb. Ij. M. McRomkuts was at Som-cro- w 'i m I'M J. That That That 'Hint I I 1 V4 et on lejrul busitietis.lapt Keek. Mils. Sami-e- l McKittiiicic went to Lebanon Saturday to visit friends. Miss Macioih Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, is with Miss Kssio ibircli. MltS. IllA G. TAYLOK, of Junction City, wore here yosturday. Mlts. J. T. McItOHKltTS, of I'inevi'.lc, is the uiieii of .Mrs. IJ. J. Mclloberts. W. T. Ukcic and wlfu uro rejoicing over tho arrival of an daulf AND Mil. A r lw.' riht (loo-ils- mill muni' tlio.--o Special Jill in. rt That That That That That That That V, . i cc.-- to close now. It is in the height I oftho season and these ?$ what wo oiler: 3K k-- "i! Jfc. pricfis can't lioln hut toll its pool-- . owl -- Jj & ontiiuly now wool fancied in Hlnck, Navy, 0 recti and Hrown, 7tu 25c gooda lor',15o yd, 88 inch Black Satin Jacqiiard figured )& w(K)l ilrew: m Vi VA tot. goodd for 20c, yd, la inch HIack mid Hrown all woo flOc $! ; ?A A iJfr' "Sponge" cloth at 2!ic, regular choice goods, la inch all wool A1k) at (Ye- - 1$ pon'in HIack and Xavv Hluo iitoT.cwtuToc vd. fib mc - vd of 10 Dioes Patterns in choice Spring mixture which ivJ 1.2f and 81 vd. Come iiml mio thoc- Mils. J. V. Houmm and Miss Itirdle Jauiori went up to Crab Orchard Frl day. William Hamilton wont to Lex injjton on his wheel Saturday after noon. Miih oi'iihlia M. Thompson, of & 'A k m - have been 2, 81. n0, us S) j hen Loiilll, . Is visiting bor relatives 3 KA W? it will ho utole to write far aiinplerf. f - wrc. .'M Jt JrVk X Ci dre.-.-e- s, sa J Grwtost neiortiiioiit to I mi found in this tuctiou and irice the X lov.t. tAtMoust fifty style fancy Silk for wtiists and ii.0 jj&; fntmNlac to 82 yd. All colors iti'plain Tiillbtu Silks from 7Sc up. j 149 jl Moouit, of Casey, spent sev eral days with bis sister, Mrs. Kil 51 Wilklnbon. C. I'mcit, wife of the clever Mlts. JL'DGF HHOWN APPIONTED. 1. C. conductor, has been quite ill for the last week. London, April IS, n p. m. Gov Mils. J. Thomas CiiKitttv, of Bradley appointed Judge W. L. Brown iMit several days at Josopb to succeed Judge A. II. Clatkas circuit Price Infirmary. J. A. Craft. jidge. Miss Lkna Hlmiiilic, of Turners-vllln- , FlSHlNO uickle at Craig iS: Hockor's. is visiting Mrs. L. II. Itoyulty. .. 1 Brot1-head, Elijah W H. SHftNKS IFIIK IIS u r vzmm&wms pytisyigyiSBTOrg HEBE I And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of .p jtfct 4 at 00c, 75c and up. Hi o- widwl Satin Duclufsso at line and up. Plain Sntin, Lnxoic, J.op-i- HIack Tu Hem in uxcollflntJqualitlOe , ffl ! A'o., tV'c, in till gnidue. I Ladies' 88 SB ' Underwear. 17 - 1 rt & J --- .. ...i.. .. Wn. !,... .,n.. yu nuv ii li- t- im nf ii.miwiij,i:.'. ,.,.. ..,i.:,.: nvv t i,m mi- ii iviiiu iiiiiiv .l vtl ittitv iiuii )ji; lots ribbed vests with tnpoc in nock and aim at 74 each. TIicm' 0-5 are niii iiuio over imu wuai you win i JS A ...... ""' long 3I0CV0 riDiMHl or twit vitts ..knoo,,vlength and eitewneie. k x . . ' 1$ ,75 iijfit l - Somerset I1eorter. Mlt.F. M. Wauk, of McKinney, U lwlng treated for kidnoy trouble at .Jo seph I'rlco Inllrmary. Mil. It. L. Iiosi.KV is the only patriot that we have heard say he was going to the war whether or no. Lawrence-bur- g Mil. ClaCHKL. II I'll, uierehunt. was up Sunday to see his beautiful sweetheart. Mil. and M us. T. .1. Fostbu atton(ied the burial of their relative, Mrs. Dr. M. C. Heath, at Richmond. Miss IIaiiiukt V. Glascocic, the beautiful dolsartean artist and clevor actress, Is u guodt of the Myers House. Mils. Maiiy Dow.man and Miss Vir ginia, of Danville, were up Friday to see tho now son at Mr. F. Hold's. 11 m TRY New Kngiund cocoanut candy. Kandy Kitckon. New and frosh. LaNDRBTH'S seeds In paper and bulk. W. B. McKoberts. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES 'j Lead, "Colors, Stains fcc, on the maaket at reasonable price-, tU a comp'cto lino of Wo solicit your trade. atlilc per Wk have some extra 100 iounds. J. H. Baughgood clover hay the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles - mun & Co. by W. II. Shanks. Possession May Goorge B. Wearen. NBW For Hunt. Cottage now occupied 1. CRAIG & HOOKER'S. Wall Paper of the latest spring stylos. Prices made to suit the pur- chusor. W. H. McRoborts. McKinney now for Mollne Corn Planters that you mar be In time for plnnt- 1 Plack your orders with Hlgglns - MISSUS MAIKilli of AND Stanford, havo been visiting tnolr aunt, Mrs. Jack Hyatt. Lancaster Ho-cor- M.UY NOUL, In"' d. pant ' at 2ac, hxtra 2 fine Ince Lisle throud tyt? 2nc, Silk veU5 aOc. I WV Upholstery. run save youliiumcv on unv them in Mitalln, FVInietJJoUiiit't, kind of P IS we have HriHK'Ls $: t l,,, 'n"w S1 '''' !x, curtail, sjt IriA Point, ul,u'tt,,('('" ot ife lmve a cliHiioe to sell you. f. iv; Mil. GlLHKItT OltlNSTKAD left Hichmond yottorflay to clerk for D. Oldham Co., the smallpox having subsided. Mlts. K H. Mahony. who has been at Joseph l'riee Iuflj'iwiry for several weeks, Is rapidly Improving and will leave this weak. MR. C.;V. Kicllouu. of the Loadon KeniuckiHti, n here Friday. Hi paper Uwars the Impress of thrift and looks very inuuh like It Is getting there. Mil. M. F. Hlkik eiled in organ-l.ni- g a new Mitecnlwe lodge of UO memIn Lottitevilto Wednesday nljrht. ber Ho will orgtinlw one at London toMer-eeiywn- have some Plow Points and Mould Boards, which bo turned In Swords; also Barbed for can Can you use some? Wi V. Wire for Trocha's. Mr. McKinlky-W- e i I Some Reasons i These Are m mw.MmwMmmmmwMm Warren it Shanks. Hon. M. F. North nsk us to say that wo were mistaken in the object of his bill to prevent stock from running at large. It upplied exclusively to public school grounds. It was reported adversely and was not pa&sed, but a misapprehension existjj with regard to it m Jit AVhy our store is always crowded with mer: 30 iu. Hue Brown Cotton 4c yd, custo"is -- 5 06 in. Percales 5c vd, 23 in. Dress Ginghams 5c yd, MO in. fast colored Towels Jc, -- c5 1 'T Ladies and ' L'p to date in styles, finieh, Chil-- jf Il (jj drpji'.c; Shftfts fit and iinnlity. iy 1J Tin: city council has reduced the license on the sale of malt liquors in quantities not less than live gallons from S25 to 510. This is to enable Mr. K. Hramer to do business In town In stead of just ouulde of the limits, as night. heretofore. All restrictions heretofore Mrs. Chapman Columax, of Imposed such as the prohibition of up luet week to see her broth screens and frosted windows for saloons gun shot were removed. er, .loe F. Waters, who . wound is giving him tt great deal of IN the langhable drama of "Old Fartrouble. t?ji Miss Mary clay Thompson left mer Hopkins," there is just enough a Ladies' sleeveless Vests at H, 5 and 10c. Summer Corsets 35c, Xew line Silk and Organdy Ties 25 to 50c, All wool cheviot Suitings 25c, And hundreds of other things cheaper than other sell them. J 21 ig g) if ?; $ We qui ehow w, 1 .v"!the very Iulest etylce mid in excellent quality at $2, $2.50 !& Children's Slio in great varie- jjjvi andSS ptiir, Slwee m Oxfbids. Dopartmoiit tiro almost nothing fji tfe '' ' '",0 0Xl)(M,st,i of0111' ,c5n r and thU onabhy iy to nmku uxcoodlngly low prices. Let us ' ix )iii make a ctiatotiter ot you. lV "f Si d dancing, excitement, realism, will be located tu the Lakeside InfirmmechauUm, sunlight, shadow, philosoa trained ary for the next two ywur phy and wit to please every one. Mr. nu re. Louisville Kiper. Davidson has 110 equal In the part he C. II. Niul and C. L. Uhvs. assumes, bis support, Including Miss of Wllmore, s)eat Saturday nd Alice Sontbwick. is all that could be Sunday ut Mr. Win. Heck's. The latter asked, while the mechanical olToctsaro U a I'erslun and ho lectured at the unsurpassed. Remember tho date, SatS P. M. Methodittl obnrch on Herein Sunday urday, April Sar-miiM- thli morning for Chicago, where she tragedy, sentiment, surprise, sensation-singing- , mwmmmmwmwMmwm A SEVERANGB S SOWS. Kyi t, 'J-- GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. 50 15 , l, 1 Oil Fine Wash GoodS I Vnv J night Mrs. S. M. Logan, of Mlddleeboro, came yesterday to vUtt her (mrenw, .ludgoand Mrs. M. C. Sautiey, while her husband attends the Presbytery. She says churoh sorrlces are now hold regularly and all (em of small pox Is well-know- - - 11 SW )j ifi DoiiVbuv a fine wath droge until you see four line of French Orgnudieci, Diniitift;, Madttie, Giiighiiius, Au,, itc. Cheaper goods too in all the popular varieties a rtt -- it' W mm Dijad Woman Found. While passing through it Held on Mr. S. K. farm on Logan's Creek Friday, Messrs. Val. Fagaley and T. J. Fagaloy were horrilied to And the body of a human being. Investigation showod It to bo u woman, but tho face had boon so over. much eaten by worms that features Tin: Lebanon Falcon hau this of a unrecognisable. Mr. Fagaley here: In the wore young lady camo to town and notllled Judge Bailey, role of Lady Gulnevero, an Kugllsb notified Coroner William In I'rlmroso," Miss Lucia M. McAfee win who turnwho happened to be In town. Landgruf, one of tho most plouaing attraction- of He went to the scene, after summoning the"Hoxof Monkeys." Suitely and the following jury, S. K. Duddorar, J. beautiful in poitKin. tho lady's accurate T. Dudderar, J. H. Fagaley, William rendition of her assumed character was Flltichbaugh, Val, Fagaley and Robert 'feaone of the ktroug and Fagaley. It was found that the woman nis Mary Porter, colored, 80 years of tures of the play. age, who bad lived ou the farm of E. T. p'onco. Six weeks ago she startod with LOCAL HAPPENINGS. the intention of coming to town, but ovlflonlly mistook the road and wanderLKT Dank romir that watch. ed oil she knew not where. Tho body waalvinjfbya big rock, upon which LiW Hamilton repair your watch she had evidently sat down, and becomTRY our 10e Jelllco cooking coal. J. ing chilled wu unable to proceed further? The only evidence of n struggle 11. Haughmun & Co. win that In her effort to keop warm over, sho had scraped you need a beuutiful after falling ground with bur foot. J vst what holes In the Chamber set. Warron h Shanks. Noni ly all of bor clothing was gone and the body wtio half covered with mud. Savk inouuy by buying u Walter A. Tho jury found that shu "chilled to Wood bindor ormowor. Bot made. death from exposure to rain and cold weathor." Seo W. II. Murphy. Dud-derar'- ri Timothy Hay, Mixed Hay Clover Hay Millet Straw Feed Oats Corn perewt Corn Chop " " ' M Chicken Feed ' 15 10 " .4 V 70 6 pjr bii. COA1 , O101I 1 -- . Shipstuir Falls Kranch Lump " Jollico Ijimp 20" lOporbu. Jellico Nut 10 ' " j Special prices on both 70 per cw 1 largo quantities. " " loj Hiporhu'. '. " 10 " AHd ilqol in '' n J. H. BAUGHMAN The Cylinder Basting- and Baking Pan. You can savegrf Both Time and Trouble. - & CO, - chai-mlut- ; r of tlie.c Iit.-iCall at my etore and we will explain how you can obtain 0110 through the julco while cooking. charge The roast is revolved MSRK HARDIN. j' s & ln.-- f , . wsi.VJl? U - 15 "fc ., . .- - .A . ..- - H mr . WALTERFORRESTER. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. POLITICAL POINTS. xtii w Hon. C. K. Wheeler has been up The Loulsvlllcs won the opening Illds will bo received to April l. nt noon, HILL TAYLOR CATCHES IT IN THK CHAD ORCHARD. KV game In their city oft" tho Pittsburgs 10 pointed on the democratic congression- for the building of the Now Church ut Ml. NECK. Morlali. Tor further Information, plum mid linn just returned from tho al campaign committee toll. specifications, nddreii. J. I). I1ASTIN. niTCll. Ky. u.'bHola.o&Tu.eoAa.yo arid ITxldarQ M'KINLEY'S MKSSAOK. A LYING UOCU A Catholic directory of this country A Nebraska farmer killed his wife -- lve nsriEiR-s- r MUNT. and two"chlldren and then committed just issued, shows there arc l),&"i2,G22 Markets, and has brought wlih her n FKAN1CFOKT, April la. Tho general suicide. Catholics in the United Status. sm pjciiYJCAit lis DR. R. choice solve! inn of nil tho novelties of tho impression around tho State is that A postollico hns been established at Senator Morrill, of Vermont, still soFensoti. An Inspection of her s ock Bdr WIieD not sopaldSCGO will e charged. Bill Taylor will try to bo the next re- Klondike, Harlan county, W. II. Short, hale and hearty, celebrated his SSth HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & licited. publican nominee for governor Well, postmaster. birthday at Washington Thursday. SURGEON, What we'll do for him will if he Elder R. Lin Cave's meeting at the While drunk, David Ore, of Blount For hnlrhlup;. lHnck S Ijincilinn. fOn. I.Mit a plenty ! But who is there for tho county, Tenn., shot and seriously In South Side Christian church at Lex be Kentucky. lira hums und Uron-.- e Turkey. 1 f0 tier Stanford, i ington continues with 2JI additions. republicans to name? There is John jured his father. HUE Otlleo over lllplns A: MrKlimey'.. Storo. Yerkos, but ho is hanging on to the iuB 1:l ,,,,ru 8,,0,- - - sIt is stated at tho troasury departThe grand encampment of Odd FelShelby City, Ky. hind teat of federal patronage. For the lows will meet 'n Lextngton tho third ment thai payment of internal revenue KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. war tax can not bo evaded by buying next two years he won't be ablo to do Wednesday In May. ROBERT F5H1I, Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. in , returning Georgo Baker shot and killed his un- stamps now. anything but slobber and suck. nt 4: 25 p. lit. Ovvensboio merchants complain that War lK'twcou piano dealers) lift forced mn The crock burlier. U now buck at )it old Thero is the Hon. Augustus E. Wil- cle, Dave Ilenshaw, near Hondcrson, knoxvilTe'dmsion. in from rwulv n son, of Louisville; but ho is a gentle- in a quarrel over a debt. they nevor knew collections so bad, and to buy my good direct thnt li tho factories stiimi ou Mr,. bH.rr nlmvu glvo a why sell mill j'miv sot rush, .mil und haircut. All 12 37 p m 24 Train going North No. man, and the gang of A. P. A.'s and George Noel, under a third convic- yet McKinley has been president for a good pfnim for lcsi tuoiici thiiti lt cuiibehnd needing mirk nIiouIiI call on Mm. u h 3 13 a m . " " No. 26 " I'luniw from 50 to uro to pleiue yon. Crab Orchard. Ky M a y iilmrv on earth 12 10 a m niggers in Louisville will ilx his clock " fciuth No. 25 " tion, was sent to the penitentiary at year, two weeks and a day. (.'nil on or adStum. " ' Organ- S5 mid uji 187 pin " No. 23 for him unless justice should get her Frankfort for life for forgery. Tho republican convention In the 10th dress. C J s UF.1.P. Stanford. Ky. Tor alllPolnts. BOUND TO SEIJL d on a nomination for dues and that gang go behind the bars. Charles E. Shlpp, of Atlanta, was Ohio is SOLI). KO'JGH TICKETS I am reliably informed that Todd and given three years for splitting $10 bills Congress and has taken 72W ballots. All those Malta CtillivntorN, haggage CHECKED THHOU011. ft All those Hull Inuring Dcoriug mower.. L.cS6 xJA.he A. P. A.'s have got u movement In two and passing both halves. Kor anr Information enquire ol Thero are candidates from each county All those Hull hearing Dceriug binders, Hardin count v claims a Negro woman of tho district. started to beat Congressman Waller JOE S. P.1CE, Agent, Pen left In All thoou nice working Decring liny Stanford, Ky Evans for u renomlnation. Todd will 113 years old, who still does her cookSenator Wellington, of Maryland, rnki'8, made an offensive reference to Senator not be a candidate but tho gang will ing. Her name is Rhoda Akers. All those iicut looking huggifn, FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI. AH thono wilhl Oak null Furniture, Blood hounds ran a lire bug down In Money, of Mississippi, when the latter put np somebody against Evans, whoo d Order Olliee mid Peed Exchange near VIA GEOHtihTOWN. All those crojs rowing corn plnnier. only heavy backer is Postmaster Bak Jellerson county, who confessed that he called him a liar aud asked him outford. Kv CrtXHliig. Depot St.. Mini A M P. M. A. M. All of those at I), h. CARPKNTKRS .31. Coal Y.irtl. Mill 1st.. IntoJj J. H. 2,(10 side, but he didn't go. er. If Todd beats Evaus, it will re- had llred the barn of John Watson. 35 Ltc. Somerset, Arl255 Htistouvlllc, Ky. " 1131 820 stand. isitlsfuctlon (Jun run teed. Jan. 315 Jet. City, Horace Kosler, who killed Morgan C30 lievo the Louisville democrats of all 150 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 05 " 6 30 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 300 trouble about electing their nominee, Babanon, at Bagdad, has surrendered. Kranklort, 1155 20 0 5 30 and my friend Jim Williams will have He claims that he acted In self defense. 8 40 Arr Paris 6:10 John P. Conder, aged "2, died of Dally except Sunday a cinch if he gets the nomination. The Incline Plane Street Railway Bright's disease in Casey last woek. C. P.UEKCA'V, G. P. A. MRS. U. I). SIMPSON, Pror . But what do wo caro for olltlcs ? Cincinnati, which Is owned largoly by At a recent Western wedding the QUEEN & CRESCENT. : Kentucky. What wo want is war! And wo will Louisville people, sold at auction for wedding march was whistled by 12 girl Lancaster, Hauna's $278,000. Trains pass Junction City as follows: have it too, though friends of the bride. 3 51 p m Newly furnished, clean beds; splctidfd No. I South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North is of Massachusetts, Gov. Woloott, Frank Newcomb, aged IS, and Miss table 12 M am " 4 " ..... 3 24 a in man MoKlnley has done more that Porters No. 3 " Kverrthing " man was signed tho bill providing for electrocu Rosa Haley, 10, eloped from Pondloton meet jrnlns. 132pm dishonorable to prevent war, No. 8 " ....1111am " 6 ov " 8 20pm No. 9 " 600am ever charegable before to a president tion of persons condemned to death in "10 county to Jotlersonvllle, Ind., and were No I and 2 do not slop. 9 and 10 run no further place of hanglug. of the United States. than Junction City. married. SPRING, 1898. OF BROOKLYN. Twenty insurance companies, which I have wondered that none of the William Julian, of Carlisle, Iud., has daily papers have noticed the bungling have heretofore paid no license, have sued for divorce giving as grounds that Royal makes the food pure, manner in which McKinley attempted been forced to contribute $5',000 to the his wife spends too much of her time at wholesome and delicious. Caledonian : to make it appear that he was tending Sliy of Lexington. sewing societies. thing The HlueOnii Numeric offer AgenlH. i John Hillman, of Leslie county, who in "that message" which he claimed One of tho swcllost weddings of the for Orchard. Harden. I.nwn Co., of Scotland. and general nurserj Catalogue 10 days be had been prominent In politics for the season will occur at Wllllnrasburg no.xt MmwU-rrto have written a week or to KOUNOUtJ 1NOG. past 50 years, was found dead in bed. Wednesday evening. Mr. A. B. Mahan on aiipllcatloii fore. In his last paragraph he says: Ky. (itrt) Tolephone MT "Yesterday and since the prepara- Heart dlsea&e was the cause. and.Miss Rowena Stantlll will oe marattorney of ried at the home of the bride. Both John P. Fults, tion of the foregoing message otllcial information was received by me that Jctrerson, Is believed to have mot death parties are STAM'dllli. KY. the latest decree of the Queen Regent" in the avalanche at Chilkoot Pass a few No one who marries an old soldier days ago, but he will nover be mis&ed. after July 1st will be entitled to a etc. Louisvillo, Ky., Eight new turnpikes for Grant counThis evidently is Intended to convey If he dies. Tho old soldier with a C. the Idea that the communication re- ty have tiled articles of incorporation comfortable pension hus furnished in- AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN ceived from Spain on the 10th of April at Frankfort. The people of that county ducement for many designing women 1L.AN8. and the first 10 days, did not cause any must think the day of tollgate raiding to wed, especially as his death does not .,.!... ..va...... ..... TI... Iuimivs Pcigiiriiil U tin. finite! Ill .... ....-- . ... The I ill This was is past. "change" in the message. stop tho penslou the city. Every convenience for ladles POWDER George Burnett, son of a prominent nntrue and It is perfectly plain that spending the day in the ciiy. Absolutely Pure It's going to take a groat deal of Cientleiun's Cnfc on otllce.lloor. McKinley rewrote his message after lawyer of Eddyville, attempted suicide Stanford, Ky , getting this "otllcial Information." at Cadiz by swallowing an ounce of money to prosecute the war and the THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. To prove this, I merely refer to the laudanum, but doctors saved him. Ho committee on ways and means are alMnnngtT. In Receiving his ready formulating plans. Thoy Include And body of the message in which McKin- had been drinking. BOYAl DAitlNQ rOBER CO., YORK. and .Sunday - TutH lav, Ttiur-ida popular loan of WOO.OOO.OOU !l por Music otllJohn Vouch, who was shortly to have ley quotes a paragraph from this Hvcning. Goods. cial communication which he thero been married, has had his nuptials cent, bonds, redeemable in live years A. S. PRICE, states is from the "noto of the Spanish postponed for three years. A jury at at the option of the government and Goods Warranted. minister at Washington of tho 10th " Bowling Green sent him up for that payable in !0. Besides an additional Surgeon Fit Guaranteed. tax Is to bo on beer, snulT, cigars and In a word McKinley lied when he time for horse stealing. Dentist, TINNING & PLUMBING, Give I lima Call. Judge Joseph Barbour, of New Cas- cigarettes, a tax on all stocks and transwrote that last paragraph, just as he Stanford Ky. 111. u memHe was fers of corporations, patent and proprle has lied to Congress and the American tle, is dangerously STANFORD, KY., John 1), Glstlkmak. O. Lakuik. Office over McKolM-rtDrug Store In theJ'.Owsley People ever since Spain blew up the ber of the superior court and is the tiry medicines, telegraph mesages,and Is now prepared to do all klndi of I'lutiibliiR . iiuiiuius;. of "Barbour's Digest," a prom express packages aud a duty of 10 and and Tinning. Sole proprietor of I)ein' author aiamc. Scents per ouud respectively on tea lllnck Diamond Koof Paint. Telephone No. What a God's pity it is that we did Inent Kentucky law book. Phopou Mill St.. opiclto J. 20. residence aud colTcc. Dr. S. S. Johnson, of Lexington, atnot elect Jo Foraker or Bryan or some31lf II. IhuiRlitnun It Co.'i Mill D3rt. B. body that is not owned by a syndicate tempted to commit suicide at the home I wa nullum an mln;rtleiiitnt of Chaiiiln-rlal. of boodlers. Walter Fokrestek. of an uncle In Augusta, Ga., by taking Colic, Cholera and Dnrrhuoa Itauedjr In the r INSURANCE COMPANY Knterprise.riH'eotlv. wUlrh UU to write morphine. He afterwards tried to cut lil. I mn truthfully ay I utrr uhhI any reino-dMIDDLEBURG. his throat, but will recover. OK LIVERPOOL. tiiultolt forrullcaud diarrhnea. have iicr- A. R. Reynolds, u road( master on tho cr had to ue more than one or two duM to cure j School will close next Friday. the worst cae with mjwlf or children. W. A .L'KALKK In. j Rev. J. M. P. Slmer will attend the L. A N. at Paris, Tenn., shot himself Sirih-d- . roimmoke City, TteiHtot. . Stanford, : Ky. Southern Baptist convention at Nor- to death In the court room when a ver-o- f A HOCKKIt. IinijtKlM.. Mil Tor ile l.y fKAKi BBRBEE S C3STLEMd&. "" Office on street at Residence six years for making false entries folk, Va., in May. MAN.tii:itS, Circuit court closed Wednesday. P. was announced against tilm. ! Young, a farmer of Dr. Oscar A. H. Taylor, of this place, was admitted Commerce JButlding, Louiavilles to the bar during court and will move Whltesburg, brooded over going to Notice N herebr given that the under Agvnti Thruu jhout the outh. He signed ha-- , lo- a Certificate No. ill for live war, and killed himself and wife. to Liberty. haro of .took In the Louisville Savins. - did not want to be separated from his The Literary Society met at the usulAMm ana iiuiiaing company.' mi Id certifial hour Frldav nteht. The subject for wife in case of hostilities and took this cate U dated lltli dayof Nov , 1m)i). and iva lont ai folloMs: Hy b'elng put away and can IH1 Agent, debate: Resolved that Mary deserves means of preventing it not dow he found. The American consulate at Malaga I have mado application for n new eortlll-cat- ) STANFORD, KY. Kentucky. more credit than the lamb. Artlrma-tlvStanford, 1 J7tl V. T. Ford; negative, Duke God-be- has been attacked by a Spanish mob calledfor Mild shares, and nil person are iiK)ii to how cauu to sold It was a spirited debate and an and the windows smashed, and the vice on or before four week from thl Compauy Farmers Bank&Trnst Co dntu why ejibltterness (?) engendered. No de- consul's house has been stoned. Extra a new certificate hIiiiM not lvue In lieu o"f the one lost. H. IIIU'CK. J. guards were called out to quell tho OK STANKOnii. KY. cision was made. April 11. 1MS. ' Sunday Rev. F. L. Creech preached $200,000 OC F&li up Capital, at the M. E. church. Mrs. G. V. Drye G. A. Portwood, of Lawronceburg, I 17,603 80 Surplus, tut and eon, James, left Wednesday for shot and killed Dick Purkins in the 50.000 pound Wool wanted, lllglietheir home In Frankfort. G. S. Dur latter's saloon near the L. & N. depot, market price. of im- lie fore you sell. -l re ee J. Ilj" proTlsloin of Its charter, drK)ltnr llanltt, SOCTH'S GBEJTEST SYSTEM. fully protected a are dol'or In National ham went over to Harrodsburg Wed Lexington. An old grudge wa the II. IIoii.vb. Stanford. KvHim livid ludlTlduJlly liable to lt sU.roliohliTs cause. Portwood killed a man naml nesday to call on his future better half. llio extent of tlic miiuunlof thtiir stock theieln t And Dealer in tho par Taluu thereof, liiaddlthHi to the amount Clarence Coleman and Jason Wosley Lofton a few years ago, but was acquit I'HNETKATns lt luar ait a executor, In urh ihart as tr'utt, .ti ,af'ill who nu In.Ililihial BAt7B33. SADDLERY, &0. went over to Cincinnati Sunday to wit- id. Stuart, while inspecting ears nt Imreentrutt. TenderliiKour thanks to those IJndertalcer, EIGHT GREAT STATES John ness the first game of ball between ed tlulr husiueM to ut, e trust tlwjr will contlliur ST VX FORD. KV a Kiwraiitcefiir aud Stonega, Va., was run over by an ou Batoaville. Kentucky to do o,to we otlto t ears' experleiiev prompt at Kentucky. Tennomeis Vlrplnln. GOorglu. Cincinnati and Cleveland. In hankteutlon siusour.t) North and olltl Carol Inn. Casey county is badly aflllcted with glno and killed. He formerly lived In Our hb rrln 10 the lH.ie ol Vt I.lueelii ing and aillUiralawoutiuodalloua aiate couiiitenl Alabama. Mississippi. with found ltiktn. oouuut- -i Koekeastlo and lit.-- remains weie, sou utt toc 01 VomiMntul uk Uoosierphobia. Tho writer cannot DIKECTOH. ctt waTiou hand I) S. Carinmiir. Manager. state the cause. Tho following have brought to Livingston and buried SunH J. J. Wllllami, Ml. Vernon; W. II. Cumiutni, KreachersTtllo; left for Indiana the past few daysf Clell day. He was lib years old and married, J. 11. Dwslor, J. S Owsloy.Sr., commission of North The railroad II. Slmuki, William Coosh, McAninch, Arthur Short, James Chat-ma- n S J. HiMbrjr, J. K. Cn.l . Zb Hetveen Ijiilsville rim' the Soutli und family, Tlico. Dratchor, Mrs. Carolina seems to have much authoriV. Carptntir; A 1!. l.rwn, J. J. X. Menofee. Walter Gooch, and the hustling trio ty. It has ordered that after AprllO ornctas. e books be sold at UQ und TMt f1.'.'jiiwa;if'iw - tbwtptl.u were to have started Monday ou their II. Shanki. 1'iwdilsnl; THREE DAILY TRAINS books ut 625 each, to do good J. lt Ow'tey CMhlvr. wheels. is composed of Thos. W. M. llrUht Tellti tMt?iittt!tthitrttrfrl?t Bransom, This trio Sharp and William on any train and for the use of the Ruch wh- between Louisville and Lexington. Samuel holders of same. W. A. TL'IIK, O. V. A.. Cullen Bryant. More are talking of ,CA.flalA9a:H,,,flltllllIIIIIIIINUIHbl Circuit Judge Cunt rill ovorrulod lp Wiisliln-to- n. I). C. C. C. going. W. II. TAYLOi;. A. O. demurrer of the 120 corporations to the A. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Louisville. Ky. indictments against them for faihue Ilopklnsvlllo is suffering1 from an to report, etc. This means that tho big OK STANKUIII). KY. epidemic of newspapers. There are companies will have to go trial and if now published in tho city nine separate they ure lined anything like the limit, Surplus, S15.750 Capital Sto.fc S100.000. and distinct publications, ranging in they will have to pay into tho State Attention ot the public Is railed to tlm fart that fine's aggregating at least 6100,000. Importance from the Kentuckian down this is the only National Hank in Stanford. Unprogress of the game beIlOl'TK. During tho der the prmWoin ot the National Hank Act to two or three circulated gratuitously tween the Browns and the Chicagos at depositors aie set ured not only hy the capital stock, .The Host Line toand Kroin but by the stockholders' liability or unamend in the city, in the absence of a sub St. Louis, lire destroyed the entire equal m theatock sottiat deioslioraofthlslutllu. -grand stand, pavilllotis. one of the sworn TOLEDOAND DETROIT UonnrH.ecureil hy a Hunt 01 $a.i,itou scrlptlon list. Kentuckian. statetueutsof the roudiilouut tho Hank ant made and resiAll Points In Michigan. man shot a dog and was bleachers and tho club ollices who lose'j A Tennessee each year to the United State tioverumeut and III A.ft a.Ma &I WITHIN REACH OF ALL dence of Chris Vou der Ahe, a.set are cxaiulued ut stilted times by goveiument compelled to shoot his owner and the everything. Tho total ios is estimated C MIC AGO. menu, thus curing additional mid jvrlert salet; ooroi er before he succeeded in closing at about 600,000, with $35,000 insurance. we have placed tho prices 011 our hand iodeiiosltors. While City Special." n the De This Institution originally ettabllshed lk'St Terminal Station. the incident. Some people ae very A number of persons wore severely M)ino htock of dining room furniture We posit lUnk ot Stanford In l&ri, then reorganized si have niiigtullcient itssortniunt of exten the National Hank 01 blautonl in lsw auuagaln wounded. unreasonable in their contentions. ST. LOUIS. hion tables in oak aud ash, mnny stylus of reorgaiiUed as tho Klrsl National llauk of Slanford W. J. Barry, the noted comedian, surllclent" and a word china closets und sideboards, in oak and in l8'J,has had practieally anuulntorruptetlextit. "A word to the wle Avoiding the Tunnel m V .A.4t S ww letter from the wle should he utllcieut, hut ou ask mahogany, with chairs to match any of enct- for 3S years. It Is htulnens suppllcil now will, died at Brooklyn. r iti:r.n. promptly aud liblarillties for transacting THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TO CONTRACTORS. TORS. KITTY KING, vrvyojc m. PH6LPS, ill llnt-fln- ti 1 I llPMM o,tJ I is! EGGS. Mi. - Tv'' "W A. JEt I 1 toro-nxi- ni 11 dead-looke- NOEL SON, Kail-ro.iHlf-Kl- n' 1 Coal, Corn And Hay, Mason Hotel Grt-clnpa. FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company Insurance PHENIX r Trees, Plants, Vines. N-- well-know- n. LOUISUILLB HOTEL R.B.MAHONY.AgtS, H. pen-slu- n 4W MEW RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall Vlntcr -- 3Ht5 J. 1". Jones, , I W. FEOTrsr, Wor-ci-tc- 1110 y ! 1 AC.SNE. SASH I J.C.JvJcGIjAY NOTICE -t li U M B IE R9 AND DOORS, W. A. TRIBBXtli, -- e, y. -- "WOOL - Souttiern Railway "CWDBBTAKBRI J J. T. SUTTQr0 uu-o- y 1 -- 2IU$L, H?bkZ wwmEMm M"M$ i--. Through Sleeping Cars .2,000-mil- wlritltiirjftiftjjj bkbbz T 1 "BIG 4 $ 11 1 . jjorjimo. MttkrittkS iiimiMiiiitiiiiMiJiiintiiiii.zVV jk t i i """iimimiiiHiminiiiH - rnv. Chlmffo. I ' wwwrlw! : ! WWtfttWtffMttffWHfWW! WWW WW Thoe who know. The oft rewlio are the wli-Hal m for peated experience of trustworthy; jiersoim may he rh uiiialliim with great relief, and I can recom- taken for knowledge. Jlr. W. M. Terry ay Chain-herlaln- 's C'oujjh Itemcdy ghes better satUfaction mend it as a splendid liniment for rheumatism aud other household use for which we hnie found it than any other In tho market, lie has been In the valuable W. J. Ci'VLEB, Ited Creek, N. Y. drug hu.lne--s at niLton.Ky., for twelve yean; has Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading luerchinti of 10M hundred ol bottles of this remedy and nearly this village und one of the moit prominent men In all other cough medicines iiiauiifaitured, which ! V. O. I'liirrix, Iidltor Kit! Creek this vicinity. hows conclusively that Chamberlain's Is the most "erald. Kamalehy OK.VIU A HOCKElt, Druj atlsfaetory to tl e people, and Is the but. Tor sale ' My wife I ia uv.nl Chmulierlulir I'du the above at attractive prices. -- W. W. WITHERS, . . CVGHCUCKV. f erally than bier before In Its lung and honoralile of Individuals, liiliiclailt',tirnu career. acd Individuals solicited. An-oum- s BOSTON. Vagner Merplng;Cara. UIHKCTORS "" Blanch Store and Unilei taking O.ltfit nt Ilustonville, Ky. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hoyden, Stanford S. II. Haughmau, S.T. Harris, " T. P. HID. J.S.1'. Hoeker, " ' TV. W. A. Tribble. Walton " Orch'd M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. J.H.ColIler.Crab M, l,i:iiuore, Stanfonl. K. Uufbjt Parlor Cars, Wagnrr Sleeping NEW YORK. Cars, Prlvat Compartmeut Cars, Klegant toacbci aud Din lug Cars. He sure your tickets read via 4' "' ralg A Mocker, DruggUti. J. S. Hockcr, President: J. J. Molloberts Cashls A. A. McKlnuey, AIstaiitCa.liler. orrlCKis. t.O. "UIG KOUn." McCOHMICK, WAIIKKNU. LYNcif Tratnc Mgr., Ass. Gen. l'ass.:A TL. CINCINNATI OHIO. II v- -