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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898042201 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI 1. CHURCH CHATTER. Y MT. VERHQH. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 22. 1898. MATRIMONIAL NO. M H UJ MATTERS. S. W. Davis' tannery at this place is S. Grlnstoud wll! preach at Hov. now in operation. MuKtnnev next Sunday ut :i o'clock. Houkcavtlc will have n fair fruit nop Hev. T. DeWltt Tuliiinge announces go to Cuba us oliaplulii In If no further froeo-s- . , tlmt ho will Uuttor and eggs are unknown (plan the army. titles in this locality. Danvlllo district Sunday school Jack Lawrouce, recently from the will bo bold at Danville on iliu ( eon-feron- i . i i T I - ' West, Is tolegraphiug nights at Sinks. , evening o( April 20. Thomas North has been granted a Christian Endeavor The Kentucky committee has decided not to pension of i$ per month and $130 buck oxeeutlvo pay. hold a Statu convention this yuar. Miss Mayiuu Jones entertained a The mooting at the South Side Chrisby number of her young friends Wednestian church, Lexington, condu-to- d llev It. Lin Cave, closed with HO addi- day evening. Wo understand Mr. T. F. Spink will tions. The Huptlst year book, just Issued, be agent at Howlaud after the move Is reporth for America: Ministers, 27,:i.V; made to Living-to, churches, 4:i,:M7; baptisms during the Mrs. Cliurle of Livingston, lOS.MJ; total membership, J.00.V daughtor of year, W. G. Mulili s, MMJ. died Tuesday of consumption. Kev. D. T. Lamb was appointed magAt a meeting In McLean county Sam Conway pave In bin religious tes- istrate lu the place of T. 13. Chandler, rM.M'(.T Ni.LAS OC'K. timony buying he was prepared to meet who moved from the district. back Into the arms of his hU God. fell Magistrate H. L. Brown presided lu u ' indy, who enter- TIihIomi.) on and died In a few moments. Langford trials last weak, ami Is t lined iicr Ik. one mi ineiisantl the two The Unptltil church of Hurls proents being complimented on his rullm.'. j ears ago. has succeeded lu getting up a ipiartcrly statement, showing 12 adAshland Masonic lodge of this place material for an Old Muid's Convention ditions In the pant three months with- had charge of the burial service of the to be held at Walton's Opera House on out any revival. The membership ha late John Stewart at Livingston last the night of May .'id She has hud great nearly doubled In the past few years. Sunday. success In sued entertainments and was sentenced I lev. V. Harry Felt In oper- with the HsMunce of 20 beautiful mal-de- n Hockeuntle lias nine quai-rloat Loitchtleld to six your In the peni- ation. Five of them got out ballast for will doubtless make this an tentiary, convicted on u charge of big- railroad purposes, tho others run build- unusually enjo.wible one amy. Ho was InJIcted for having mar- ing stone.' Three hundred men are "LAND AND STOCK. ried, within two yours, three dlllorout employed. women. s A. It. Scott and other Danville FOK SAMC. A Iresh cow. M. S. At the Methodist church Sunday have bought a site for erecting Baughmau. S. Grlnstead will extensive lime works on morning, Hev. line of railIt. H. Broiiaugh's Annie Taylor ran preach on, "Nothing Hut Loaves:" at road, two miles East of this place. A second at Newport Tuesday. 7:.'I0on, "The Anulogy Hetween The siding will be put lu and work begun W. W. MeKlttrick sold to Jewell & Traveling Man (Drummer) and the at once. Patterson a harness gelding for 5107.50. Christian." Green Hrlghl and Will FarrU, darkBallard Dunn bought from Gilbert The Kev. John J. Lallerty, the hu- les, from Lancaster, wero trlod before Mason 111 cattle at J2S Hlchmond CliVa., of the Hlchmond. morous editor Commissioner White here Tuesday max. Christian Advocate, says: "With the charged with selling whisky. They Col. Jack Chlnn sold his tobacco crop groat Haptlst denomination to driw were ent to Covington. of 10 hognhuuds In Cincinnati tit 11 from, there should be no dllllculty In Mr. llusjoll August Mrs. Parrlsh. cent. torjwdo Mls.-emanning those -i August and Simpson, of I'ine John It Gentry. 2:01 L and Gulnette, l)oal.M were here Wednesday. A. H. 2:05. are matched to race this summer Hill, Hev. G. H. I'oloy, one of the oldest Scott and fatnljy, of Danville, .have for S10.000 Haptlst ministers In Kentucky, died rented property in this place and will J. W. Aileu sold at Danville 10 In Knox county. He hoi boen promi- move at an early date. Mrs. Hosalind teers at lie and 42 yearling nent In hH church for over 60 years, Nesbitt and little Huth Heppert arc sheep at $2.50. and i tho father of the Hev. I'. E. Fo- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Heppert at J. B. Leave), of Garrard county, steers a bunch of ley, of Madison county. He leaves a Uavuiiwood. wife and several children. Editor James Maret wim over at Crab at k Harrodsbiirg Saying. G. W. Jones, of Pulaski, sold at DanTho Methodist church at Hrooke, Orchard Saturday In the Interest of the steers at will be dedicated the first Sunday in new telephone line. Jerry Frith and ville Monday 30 31 and one aged steer at 3e. May. The exercises will be conducted son wore here Tuesday from Hrodhead. by Hev. J. S. rieoboo, insisted by Hlsh-o- p Dr. G. H. Lawrence was over from LanA. W. Carpenter bought of Jake of NuMtvlllo, Teun. E. Thompson and Ktinberllu, of Washington county, 20 caster this week. II. There will be dinner on the grounds family have removed to Garrard coun- long yearling steers at .30.75. O. P. Huffman bought of Ed Huband n large crowd N expected. Nelson ty. Mrs. S. C. Franklin Is quite 111. Hecord. bard some hos at 3c. and of W. A. Sr Mt. The Crab Orchard, Colley a lot of butcher stull at 3Jo. Elder V. S. Kuene. pastor of the Vernon Telephone Co.,Stunford has been Mr. F. Held says that Golddust horsFlrat Christian church o'. Wlnchostor, by A. II. Bastln, Curtis Gover, disease, aged "U years, deifof heart es will sell He sold a yearling to an I. M. Bruce, Stanford: of England and fcr Crab Orchard: Ohio party the other day for ?100. lie was a native Ho fought E. A. Albright, Hrodhead, and James F. Bishop bought In the West End a many years was a sailor. Mt. Vernon. Tho line U already lot of bu'eher stutlaf 2i to 3c and through the war on tho Confederate Maret, lu operation to Crab Orchard and will sold to G. A. Peyton 20 shouts at 3c. side, and was a Haptlst preacher till church be extended to Mt. Vernon at au early Paris commission merchants are ofhe discovered that tho Christian duto, with others' to Preaehorsvtlle, church of God. fering 20 cents per pound for wool. The represented the true Boo Lick and later to Livingston and Cumberland ProsbycerlutiH are furmors thlul: It will bring 25 cents. The News. very strong in Southern and Western Wlldle. About 1.200 cattle at Mt. Sterling Kentucky. Sugar Hldgo church, In NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Monday. Steers and yearling cattle In this counChirk county, and Gllead, brought oc. owusi $1.37 and mules from ty, are the only churches In tho Stato There will bo seven graduatos at $65 to 8100. Kentucky river. An Interest- Central University this year. north of C. L. Dawes houpht J. E. Lynn's of the service nt the .Moth-odling feature Sallle V. Sparks was unpointed post- erop of wool at lSo, but as that jienlle- church Suuday morning was the master at Deboe, Pulaski county. tutiu had only one sheep, the trade was attendance of the venerablo West Hamilton, a lumber stacker for a vory small one. U.'ld Justice I. J. Fetors, now in his the Ashers at Pineviltc, fell while at Ike and (J. S Shelby huve just year. At his request Dr. Hobort work and was fatally Injured. "o eattle from Tuuue:oe which of Zlon" and sang tho "Old Ship Mack Thompson, of near Harrods-burthey bought po hlsh thoy tire ashamed never did before and he sung It as he killed hluisolf by cutting his lie no one else can sing It. Mt. Ster- wrlslo and his jugular vein and taking to tell what they gave. I).. N. I'rowlit boiidtit 43 owes and 41 ling Gazette. strychnine. hiuibs from H..D. Hruce for $105. Ho S. During the :J2 yours th'at Dr. G. Walter Scarce, who landed In the Savago was agont for American Hlblo Klondike a mouth ago with $2.50. writes uUo bought n hnneh ot lioifi from Hro-.- , tit .'Ue. Advoento. Society ho travolod over 525,388 miles his mother at narrodaburg that lie has hielMi Karl, Hrower rfehorr's eolt, In public and yrlvate con- xtready saved up $1,500 on trains, eittlly ettptured the Tennessee Derby, veyances and never received tho slightTho debut between est Injury, though sovorul tlmw in the Centre College and Con t nil Unlvereitv, wlnninir fruin Inibey. Goodrieh and Wllsn. The btake wis worth $.,000. midst of sovuro accidents. In making which wntuo have baeu hold Uuud tho notice of the Louisville $500,000, two .'LSI remittances, of about has been K?iponod until April 29. only, occurred. lftjethiin iiieei on our Ith page. Secretary C clerical errors Caroy Landus, aged 17 yours, in at- I Price says It U troln? lH lo it 81 in amount. In the time 1,20S,SS5 tempting to jump from a tiiiin at lueeiinr und that the promise of copIoH were distributed, about was thrown aguiust the cut- the htrgeot crowd In years will doubtdonaby by alo and tle guard and so mangled that he died less be literally fulfill!. tion. Xumoer. of destitute families a few hours after. A. Ilunn bought n hoike at the com137,1)53: number of destitute Mipplicd, Tho last Legislature passed u bill bination wile in Danville for Lyon & Mtppllad, 40,512. individuals changing the terms of the Hull circuit Allen iiud sold It for tin advance of $25. said that the commander of the court from July to May. No emergen- He sold u lot of butcher cuttle at -- i and It Is new Spanish squadron recently visited cy clause was contained in the bill, and II eonts and disposed of 50 good tdieop the shrine of the Virgin with his men for this reason no court can be held in for parties in Stunford at $2.oy. Coand there addressed tho crews of his May nor till October. lumbia News. II. Cook Faulknor, a Harbourvlllo atGkokgktow.v ships, olTerlng tho choice of remaining Couut. YoarHnjr behind to who ever folt fear. Tho torney, tolls the Louisville Dispatch helfet'B sold at Ji to :i!; yearling steers, crews, It Is added, unanimously declar- that if tho president should issue a call li to U:one lot of feeder.-- , 20t for Jones ed that they preferred to go to battle, for volunteors at least 500 men In each & Hitmbrlck, at $17.15; 12 mules sold at whereupon tho Spanish commander ot the mountain counties would be $80 to 9105; one small lot of hogs at $3; and his men knelt antl took a solemn ready within 21 hours to start for the no sheep on innrket; 20 horecs sold at vow neor to return to Spain unless scat of war. from $50 to $123. Times Three brothers from Mercer county victorious. At a mooting of the Kentucky Trot-tlu- g will have a good chauco to light if Iloroo Breeders' Association at Gen. Hugh J. Campbell, tho member there Is a war with Spain. Harry Lexington, It was decided to open 13 of the Louisiana Heturnlng Hoard, on tho battleship Texas, member purses and stakes for tho whoso vote decided tho presidential of is Hying squadron, tho that has been October meeting. The Used events 187(1 In favor of It. B. Hayes ejection In ordered to soa. Eugcno Bissott Is on foot up $3,000 and they tiro to be supand against Tildcn, Is dead at Sioux the Murblchead and Guy Bissott Is lu plemented laier by other ivonts worth Falls, S.D. hl&tor.y the naval training school at Annapolis. $23,000 more. April 19 is a fatoful day in The Kentucky Stock Farm has On that day In 1775 the battle of LexMy wife has uvd Chamln'rlaln' Pain Italia for was' fought, In 1S01 MassachuIts Expectation purse mid added ington rlituiiialbm with grent rollrf, and I ran to close April llred on Baltimore und In $2,000 for It n ii leudil llulmont fur rheumatism ami setts troops Ciilu resolutions wero passed other hotiMilioUl ue for which no liato found It 110. Tho udded race is for trotting 1S0S the valuator. W.J. Civ it, lb.il Crock, N. Y. The puymuiits for those and signed. Itotid of tho leading Mr. remain Moxlco will preserve strictly noutrul tills village and one of the niMt prominent men In wishing to start attitude in case hostilities begin. Span- this Uolultv. W. (S. I'mrm, Kdlior lted Creek unchanged, while In tho iards there generally appear to feel Herald. 1'or sale bj- Clt.UO A HOCKHIt, Drug- division only two small payments nro gists. required. ' 'iiuation. gloomv n. Hm-rUs Lrnest W. Helm, city editor of the Morning Herald, Lexington. Ky . was married to Miss Ethel Elliott at Paris. Texas Tuesday. I ', The largo-- t proportion of single per. ':tl Tho Three Grures which clnrm'terizf our Shoes are sons Is found In Ireland and Scotland, I and the smallest In the United States. I 9 In Ireland 07 per cent., In Scotland 05 X : A percent,, but In the United States I They lit well, wenr lonjr und look well as loup as tliev wear. In addition It only 51) per cent, are In that condition. ? to theo three graces, there Is also Low Price. Always cull on us. The Louisville Times announces the : i engagement of Mi's Chntino McGregFurnishings, Trunks, Valises. or to Mr Ernest Sprague. The prospective bride Is hore.where ,i J! , who has frequently visited with Mrs. :c The Lead ngShoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE. KY. ii W. U. Cook, when that lady was Miss il Ellen Owsley. In While soldiering at a Go to Danville us Sion as pjlli e and see the H.'uiiUoriii'-Line of Jessamine. M. C. Combs, of Lexington, M Iss Mary Watts. They loved and met courted, they pledged their troth, and on the 25th of May they will unite their destinies, thereby proving that good In tho Latest Colorings Iteds, Moss, Green und New Hlue ever shown In thh State. Alsometimes comes from evil. so tho finest DNplay of New Miss Francis Alger, youngest daugh ter of tho Secretary of War, and Mr. Charles Burrall Pike, of Chicago, will pay you to see ami know how Cheaply wed in a few days. Owing to the recent Ever made South of the Ohio Illver. The trip vou can Handsomely Decorate Your House You will find the latest styles for painting death of Mrs. Alger's father, the event houses, and all Information freely given. will bo a quiet one. The bridegroom- elect is a Harvard man. Paints, Uarnishes, Window Shades, All Kinds Herbert Morris, son of the multiWindow Glass and l'alnt Ilrushes and Art Material at millionaire packer, Nelson Morris, died In Chicago last week, after an illness of several weeks. A present of I Three Shoe Graces. I Fit, "Wear and Appearance. Hats, t n IS well-know- n CALDWELL & LAN I BR a toll-gat- e i iFw WILL 111 PJLFEB I riCTURE FRAME MOULDING of ! A. El. V. par-tlo- ? 1.000.000 was made by Nelson t- - sub-marin- e Morris to Herbert Morris when the young mail was married last June to Miss Ilulda Bloom. News comes from Whltesburg that Solomon Jenkins, aged 70, of Lee counMary ty, Va., eloped with Brown and after riding miles they were made one. The girl's father has bought a Winchester and swears on sight. he will kill his Miss Sudle Ellis, who wus present, telU us that the marriage which bouud together the destinies of Mr. Henry R. Carpenter and Miss Grace VanArsdale 20-od- N. MAY. Cleiik. GIBBONS, Danville, (0) No. 300 Main Street. HLWflYS HflEflD In Low Prices mid Good Mateilnl. An gant line of Children's Suits. j ! ele- d son-in-la- Best Line of $10 Suits In the State, Tine Shoes, Hobby ' Shirts. ld -- put-chas- ed 1,000-poun- d Hustonvllle Wednesday evening beautiful and Impressive one. The Presbyterian church was handsomely decorate! with llowcrs and evergreens and tho bride, who was dressed In pure white, was the perfection of at Stylish Neckwear. Suits made to order and kept In order one wiw a two-year-o- incor-ixmit- cd She was given away by her sister, Miss Beulah VanArsdale, who was the maid of honor. Misses Fannie Adams and Georgia Newburn were attendant mnlds. Mr. C. W. Adams was tho groom's best man, and his brother, Arthur Carpenter, and Sid ney Adams were the other attendants. The ceremony was said by Rev. Dr. Greene, of Danville and MUs Mary Adams was at the organ. After the wedding, which occurred promptly at b o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Carenter and the attendants repaired to the bride's home, where delightful refreshments were served. They will make their homo at the groom's mother's, Mrs. Bottle Carpenter's. The bride is the pretty ahd popular daughter of Mr. C. C. VanArsdale, and the groom Is one of the best young men in the West End. loveliness. LANCASTER, THE GLOBE, J L. mOHMAN & Co., Danville. Ky. THE TURKISH BEAUTY of the designs of some of our rugs isn't surpassed by the beauties of the Sultan's Hnti'in Wchivc al kinds and stvlcs. from every country on the globe Our stock of carpets was never tuoie Ueautijul or varied, and ate marvels of decorative beauty Now is the time to replace old ithurs' at carpets, and you enn do so at low prices. W. W. WITHERS, Stanford. - - Kentucky. Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at Hustonville, Ky. st m fMl II ox-Chi- HI-n- or g, Eu-ban- inter-collegia- te inoiu-orub- le g, two-thir- ds one-thir- d Dr. II. M. Grant has tendered his services as an army surgeon. Tho Alba Heywood company, a musical attraction, will appear at the courthouse ou April 30. After three days' Illness, Mrs. Geo. McKee Smith, aged 74 years, one of the oldest and most prominent women of this city, died Wednosday. I will be at my photograph gallery In the Thompson building, county court day, 26th, und romain during the week. Call to see me. A. J. Karp. County Attorney Letcher Owsley, who attended the Is'avul school at has tondored his services to the Navy Department. Ho is entitled to a place, and would till it with credit to hlmsolf und his country. It Is reported that Gov. Bradley will commission a captain to raise a company in Garrard to bo known as the lirst voluntoors in the State, and It is said that Sam Duncan will be named A company of 100 can. be easily raised. Tho Christian Endeavor societies of Boyle, Mercer, Lincoln und Garrard, will moot at "tho Presbyterian church hero, in convention, Friday night, and 120 delegates arc expected, with arrangements made to entertain all who come. There will bo eight sessions, closing with that of Sunday night. A tramp rang a doctor's door bell and asked the pretty woman who opened tho door, If she would kindly usk the doctor If ho had n pair of old trousers he wus willing to clvo away. l,I am tho doctor," replied tho plump and pleasant young woman and tho tramp Oi CARPETS The old way of buying carpets has played nut. mid they are now sold almost entirely by samples. This wav you can buy them much cheaper and have a very much larger Hvrt'iiant to select from. Ingrains, Rni'.sels, Wiltiss and velvets, beautiful palleru.-- . T ffV 11 1 .; ii n 1 -- Ia. : 1 ;y . HATTING We carry In stook also n Inigoiihsortiiitont sol' them to you cheaper. nl lings, and no one will I 1 I il . t' il I s ,H fvl SI I wr : m m in ;l ;o 1 ' i i. I f: TERMS CHSH. : i : ' ult a! il! H. 25yw-!?,I2 TIT .: J cROBERTS. V im i.V. rr.v WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED His-se- tt curly-closln- g Car Load iPECULL Call and See Us. Of Vehicles, Vk& i 1 fainted. And are oflertng some i reixmi-im-ii- il s. Cuj-It- r threc-yer.r-ol- two-year-o- ld - About 4,000,000 false teeth are ufactured unnually In the United States, while one ton of gold und three tons of bllver and platinum, to the value of $10,000,000, tiro used In tilling teeth. The Louisville Dispatch Is now print ed bv the Post Printing Co. man- M11M1II Opp.Court-H-use, v: a S t .1 foul, Ky . i Bs K. WEAR EN St SON. tjfjoIv.5fe'-- ' if riJt'"Mwl,.HiV V .tA-- . !!, - r.t-- - .. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - April 22, 189S W. P. WALTON. the Eighth Concrcsloniil District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic party. for Concriws In B. THOMPSON, J.a cmnlM.it for Of Mercer, HON. I i Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Of Miwllson Countv. i candidate gress In tho Eighth Congressional Con-cre- ss Of Shelby County. N a candidate for In tho Eighth CotiRrcloii.il District of HON. G. G. GILBERT, District of Kentucky, subject to the action of this democratic party. HON.JAS. B. 3ICCREARY for Con- SIX PAGES. lock between the Senate and tbe House on the resolutions and the appointment This com. of a conference committee. mittee held many conferences, but no result was reached till 2:13 A. M. Tuesday, when Conpress, which had remained in session and rejectod soveral propositions from the one body to tho other, OCR dispatches in lust issue received up to 5 l M. Monday told or the dead Thompson is laboring under impression that he makes friends the for himself by bullragging Gov. Mc Crcaryas he did at Danville Monday, he should disabuse his mind of such a delusion at once. That may take with the underlings and bring him applause from the galleries, but the sober sided, conservative element look on with a tired feeling, if not with absolute disgust. If Mr. Thompson wins the nomination, it will be on his own merits and not on the demerits, if he have any, ot Gov. McCreary. Neither can he successfully work the bluff, as the convince him. result at Danville Though not a fighting man, Gov. McCreary will not bo run over and though he may be slow by anger, when that anger is aroused, he is not afraid to smite his antagonist fore and aft. no matter how many backers he may have. As a friend of Mr. Thompson, who is personally a most clever and companionable man, wo utter this warning, that he will hurt himself more than any one dse, if he seeks to conduct tho s canvass except on strictly people want Information principles. The and if Mr. Thompson can give better reasons why ho should bo made tho If Mr. caused some little excitement at the speaking Monday. His coolness and dignified bearing together with tho fact that accusations having been mado against him the audlcnco thought that ho should bo allowed to defend himself, enlisted their sympathy and if the gained one vote he gained dozens. Tho affair indicates that thero is too much feeling between the candidates to admit of joint discussions. Advocate. GET OFF THE EARTH, AT LEAST THE WESTERN PART THEREOF, IS THE ORDER TO SPAIN. WAR IS NOW ON IN DREADFUL EAR- NEST. WHITE SQUADRON ORDERED TO VANA. HA- Spanish government, said it was tho worse insult over offered a nation, adding that Spain will not nllow a parcel of her territory to be taken from her with Impunity, nor will she bo a party to any tralllcklng for her possessions. fn her address read by tho queen of Spain 'to Cortes, she described tho menaces and Insults of America as Intolerable provocations which would compel her government to sever relations with the government of the United States--. She o.prosud hoi gratitude to tho Pope and Power., and hoped the "supreme decision of parliament" would sanction tho unalterable resolution of her government to defend tho rights of Spain. Shu appeals to the Spanish pVoplo to defend her throne "until he I o.d enough to defend it himself ' WAR RUSOLUTIONS AS FINALLY TED. BLOOD POISONING . A Nurse's Experience. FLYING SQUADRON SAID ALSO UNDER SAILING ORDERS. Soml-olllolal TO Hit AIKP Madrid. April 21. note says that Spanish Cortes considers tho U. S. ultimatum a declaration of war and adds that Spanish licet Is already on Its way to meet U. S. ships. WASHINGTON, April 21, 4 P. M. North xUlantle Squadron has sailed from Key West for Havana and will blockade the harbor immediately. with Navy Troops will can be concentrated. as soon as they Reported that orders have also been given Flying Squadron, but confirmation not yet obtained. Madrid, April 21. Minister Woodford left at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Washington, Aprll21, 3:30 p. m. army bill, tho president will call for 100,000 men, S0.O0O to regulars iti Cuban operations and 20,000 to man sea coast artillery. Washington, April 21, 3 p. m. Unless Spanish Meet movements make It necessary, our ships will probably not move on Cuba till tho army is ready. The war revenue bill Is to bo reported Saturday. Son-at- e considers the army bill und makes enlistments for one year ina-s- lst llrst-clas- standard bearer of tho dcmocratic'par-t- y than Gov. McCreary, he ought to secure the honor, and will Jo so without resort to banters or bluffs, In both of which he may expect to bo called down. ki f ll. I' " I: a :l Ji agreed on resolutions declaring that the people of Cuba "are and of rijrht ought to be free and independent," demanding that Spain withdraw from Cubu, directing the president of the United Stales to use the army and navy if necessary to enforce this demand, and pledging the United States to leave the people of Cuba free, after the expulsion of Spain, to establish their own form of Ko'vernmont. The resolutions are given in full elsewhere. They were adopted by the Senate 42 to 33 and by the House 310 to 0. The light was over the recognition of the Cuban govorn-- , ment and the result is a victory for the administration, as no reference isj made to tho present government, the, resolution simply saying that Cubav is and of right ought to be free. Tuesday at 12:00 Mr. Speaker Keed attached his uutograph to tbe resolutions: Vice President Hobart signed them at 12:32 and by 1:30 P. M., they were in the hands of the president. Though sent to him Tuesday, the president did not sign the resolutions till 11 A. M. Wednesday, tit which time he sent an ultimatum to Spain, giving her till 0 A. M. Madrid time, Saturday, to comply with the demand. The president plead for more time, but the cabinet thought that even too much. If Spain fails to accede, then the Flying Squadron will steam out from Hampton Koads for Port Rico and the North Atlantic Squadron will depart from Havana for Key West. All trains South are loaded with soldiers and the present pluns provide for an army of 300,000 men. Considering that ho Is a republican and Gen. Lee a democrat, tho sugges tion by Gov. Atkinson, of West Virginia, to the governor of old Virginia, that the volunteers of tho two Virginias bo consolidated into one brigade and the president be requested to appoint Gen. Lee as its commander, is as praise-worth- y as it is an unusual action in these partisan days. Gov. Tyler concurs mo.t fully in the suggestion and It Is very likely that the troops of the two States will be united under tho gallant Lee. Tun president asked Gen. Lee what ho wanted in ca-- e of war with Spain? "I would like to ride at the head of the first column that enters Havana." he replied, and the president assured him his wish would bo granted. Gen. Blanco was too busy to see him and tell him "good-bye,- " when he left Havana and it is pretty certain that when Gen. Leo calls on him next time, the old duffer will be in such a hurry to get away that he wont find time to say "howdy." THIRTY-ODyears ago when Negro troops invaded the South they met with a warm but not cordial reception. Now as they pass through the South, bound to avenge the destruction of the Maine and to free Cuba, they are received with cheers and hurrahs. But things have changed In this third of a century. This country i one and and every patriot, white or black, Is for tho honor of Its Hag and the succor of tho oppressed everywhere. D Washington, April 21, 4:30 p. m. As soon as Congress pas-e- s thu j empowered to ue tho entire land and naval forces of tho United Stalos, and to call Into service of tho United Statos Is not mv, but it Is sensible lo slick lu the old reliable Ihhim; nml e.t tin ronl militia of the several states, to such from time to time. extent as may bo necessary to carry necuMMirluti nru what von vill lined when yoMr Spring oIuIik la these resolutions into effect. you to eloct from I. That the United States horoby donuiind we have, liojond a doubt, a great variety at little Now I'able Linens at 2H, 'JH, itt, 50 anil 75c per yd. New Lac Curtain disclaim any disposition or Intention to I"), Oi', 7'), il Av per pnlr exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or price. contiol over said island, ecopt for the pacification thereof; and assort Its determination when that is accomplished, to leave the Government and control of the island to its people " For your windows nnd kIr doors Those nvslutioiis- were Ac. Now Canton tnh for covering, furniture, n to Spain Wednesday and she was New IUnI Spreads, GO. 76, f I Ac. till Saturday morniutr to get off tho Now Matting for your bml room, fan ay eliiHti straw, ut 19b the bte WUMi attain, Western fIomir.phero or suffer joiutlot Japanese stl'iiw at '2$c per jd lar-offorK By the Senate and Ilouru Representatives of tho United States America, In Congro-- s assembled, 1. That tho people of the island of Cuba tiro and of right ought to be fne and InJepcndent 2. That It Is the duty of the UniUd States to demand, and the Government of tho United States does hereby that the Government of Spain at once relinquish its authority and government in the Island of Cuba and with draw its land and naval forces fiom Cu ba and Cuban waters. 3. That the Presidunt of tho Unlli d States be, and hereby is directed und of of d, Resolved, There lire thousands of People sutterlng and to heal. Ilefore the six bottle had from blood poisoning who hac almost Dcen taken, tue ulcers were henlod, the beggared themselxc in buying medicine skin sound Itand natural, and my health from which they hnc obtained no help better than had been for years. I lime been well ecr There are ihousnmls ol other who first or one bottle of Dr.since. 1 had rather hae and last have tried Dr.Ajer'sHarsnpnrlllnthese three of any otherAver' Sarsapaiilla than One of kind." lound perfect healing. others, Mr. A. 1' Taylor, of Itnglcvnle, followlnjr experience N. Dftfc. relates the This U but one example of the remedial nr ago, I nured n lady value of l)r Ayer harnaparilln in nil "About two suflerlnj:(nnil finally died) from forms of blood iIismisc There is no other who wii blood poisoning. I must hac contracted blood medicine that cure so promptly, theMiseasc from her, for shortly nftcr her sosurel) nnd sothotoughly, Altcrnenrly Urnth, I had four large sores or nlccrs. hnll n centurj of test nnd trlnl it Is the break out on my person I doctoicd for n standard medicine of the world for nil long time, both by external application disease of the blood. Sores, ulcers, boll, and with arlous blood medicines, but. In tetter, theumatism, sirpfuln and every spite o( all that I could do. th- - sore would other blood disinc is curable by fir Ayer'it not heal They were ubstiuate, very pain- tSnrsaparilla. The succesi of this remedy ful, nuuolug and only cettlnj worse alt has caused many Imitation to be put on the market. Imitation remedies work Im. the time. At last, I purchased U Ibottle er'a Sarsaparllla, thinking would itatlou cures The universal testimony Is j of give it a thorough trliJl Before the firit that "oi.e iHittle ol Dr Aver' Sarsatiarllln bottle was taken, I noticed a decided im- is worth thne of any other kind," If jou provement In my general health, in v ap- nre luicresicu in knowing more ntout this petite was quietened, and I fell better icmedy. get Dr. Aer's Ctirebook, n story and stronger than I had for some time. of cures told by the cured. It Is sent free While using the second bottle, I noticed t on remiet by the I, C. Aver Co.. Lowell. Write for It. that the sores hid begun to look healthier Mas Dr-A- THE Louisville ft . Store Swiss & Net Draperies! Tin-n- - tniiit-mUu-- d gl-o- thecoo-soquonco- s. , . stead of three. Some members of Senate committee on foreign relations say that declaration of war Is nucossary to fix Additional Local. passed resolution empowering president to lay or raise embargo on coal. status of combatants. Senate Washington, April 21 State departmont made public text of ultimatum to Spain. It gives hei till Saturday noon to answer a demand that she evacuate Cuba. In reply to the ultimatum Minister Woodford announced that Spain had broken off diplomatic relations before he presented it. Savk monoy by buylntr a Walter A, .unl V). per d an I up Wood binder or mowor. Host made. for par! ir nml sitting riNim at '20, 'J, pattt rui and .ill u tilths W. IT. Murphy. Sse Itrand new line window chndes fr m 1k i h and npat'li Tub Richmond llolsicr has bem f dine in and take a look auur unHlilos line ol hoes Issuing creditable war extras for a If jotir tune is valuable week or more, for copies of which we are indebted to Local Kdltor U. Loo Davis. 1 -- ew Ingrain Carpets Oli Mis i i new The State ft Mi it . ; if i - . k s ' Is K, At this writing it looks like Spain pensioners greater a number than ever will not wait till Saturday, but will ernment, before and noarly a ninth of all on the make an immediate move to convince mean that Ohio pres- rolls. This does not our procrastinating, was the most patriotic during the war. ident that he was too generous in the simply shows that she has u erent time given her. Our dispatches indi- It many scamps in peace, who are willing cate that war will commence in earnest to live off tho country they never even before Sunday. served in war, except as coffee cooleis The week beginning May 4th will be nnd sutlers. the biggest in tho history of Louisville. A Lawrencemcro man, who told a The races begin on the 4th, Musjc Fes-iv- newsboy, who asked him to buy a copy on the 0th and the State Commer- of the new Louisville Dispatch, that ho cial Convention, the 11th. An extended didn't want it, but would give 23c for a notice of the races appear in this issue, copy issued a year from that dute, has tho festival is the enterprise of promi- just, says the Ne.vs, forked over his nent citizens, who wish to establish a quarter. Tho Dispatch is alive, not aeries of permanent festivals, and the withstanding the many evil predictions Commercial Convention is for the pur- about it, and promises to live to a ripe pose of devising ways and means for old age. developing the great resources of the A PAPER headlines a cablegram from State. Delegates from all parts of the Commonwealth will be drawn to it and Madrid "Sagasta thinks McKinloy will lasting good can only result. An earn- go slow." The American people know est effort will be made to extend and that he has gono slow, too utterly slow improve our country roads, to enhance for them, but since Congress has smokthe value of agricultural products by ed him out of his hole, it Is to be hoped diversifying our products and consider- that he will brace up and discard his ing the best means for reaching the cowardly policy of procrastination. world's markets. Tho railroads will POLITICAL POINTS. glvea one fare rate and everybody is Invited to go und help a good thing Tho Hon. James B. McCreary seems along. , to be something of an expert when It Senator Foraicer is the lion of the comes to nailing a lie. Louisville. DisU. S. Senate. His ugrosslve fight for patch. a declaration for Cuban Independence There arc two men, and two only, in and his strong speech for it, has made Congress who were there 37 years ago him many friends, not only among tho when Fort Sumpter was lired on Sendemocrats, but among his own party, ator J. S. Morrill, of Vermont, and which now sees its mistake in not mak- Gulusba A. Giow, of Pennsylvania. ing him president. If he was tho chief Tho former is 8S, the latter 73. executive, tho war would have beeu W. M. Smith is no longer connected fought und won, Spain would have with the U. S. district attorneyship. tucked its cowardly tall between Its His connection ended with the legs and got off the Western world, trial and ho will locate In Louthe Maine horror would have been isville. He is fortunate to have gotten avenged and Cuba would bo free. But a year and two months off a Federal alas, MuKInley und not he is president, administration. and here we are giving Spain all the John Thompson is starting out in his time she needs to get ready to tight us. race for Congress ugainst McCreary in the Eighth district in a way to Insure C. M. Meacham, of the Uopkine-vlll- e McCreary's nomination. At their first Kentuckiau, will begin the pub- appointment Thompson, after abusing lication of a daily edition of his paper McCreary in an hour's speech, threatnext Sunday. He will make a morn- ened him with personal violence us soon ing paper of it and have an excellent us he began to reply. It is well undertelegraphic service. There is no man stood in the F.ighth that Thompson in the State more capable of making will not be seriously in the race and such an enterprise a go than Jlro. that McCreary will be nominated over Meacham, for ho Is equipped all aloug Gilbert. Owensboro Messenger. tho line and as a writer stands in tie Made Votes For . Him. Gov. Mcfront. Creary lost nothing by tbe episode that dilly-dallyin- of Ohio now has 103,7117 on the bounty of the gov- ed to Developments at Madrid expectresult in an order for Key West Fleet to move on Havana to-du- g al S. Peyton Douirlu. hitmI state dtod at E V Hailoy's at Ma- declaration to that effect is nocu-arwood Wednesday nijrht after a lonr Illness of Hriirht's dlsouo and other Madrid, April 21. Spain breaks troubles. Only one child, Mr. .loo off diplomatic relations with the Hardin, of Corbln, survives hi in, his United States. Woodford glvon his wife havlns: died 27 yours iiiro. He was passports before he had chance to a elevor, honorable old gentleman and present ultimatum. who knew him was liKed most by beat. His remain-- will bo interred in The bill authorizing tho president to call out the volunteer forcos and pro- the Crab Orchard cumotery at 11 oy the side of tho of viding for their organization passed o'clock his father and.uiother, his wlfu having the House. It Is reported that Spain to get mon- boon buried in Boyle county. ey for war munitions, would sell to Tin: Contral Kentucky Medical SoGermany the I'hllHpine islands for ciety met in quarterly session WalA of war Washington. April exists. 21, 12 No formal jl ped a cot; a couple of weeks as and Inxtcvl of going from More to stori. You will tlnd here the bint .'ttsortineiit .it low knocked u? out of .Indira Hughe?' let est prices If jou have plenty of tune In waste then go all atmind and see what ter, we regarded It as natural for nov- othiTi have and come in and let ox inauh it for less money ice?, and raised no row. Thoy have had HAVE YOUR CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER BY plentv of time to learn over thero now and there Is little excuse for the second failure. The ttem we publish from Lancaster oamo by telephone after we had Informed Judtro Husihos of the failure of the letter to arrive. H is AMERICA'S LEADING TAILORS that ho put In the office at 8 a. , but we can testify that it never came here. ot Willis' the Lan Mister post-oHJo- o lii- - COME HERE FIRST Strauss Bros. NEW YORKQHICAGO-c,NC,NNATI s DOL'OLAS. y. lowest nuciss ELEGANT A ASSORTMENT LATEST STYLES tho You PEflFECT FIT AND HIGHEST GRADE OF WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED nre Invited to look at their snmplee at to-Ja- y, THE MWltHViatiOi) HTOMffi T I). HANKY, Manager. n, . I S ii x Mc-Knig- ht ton's Opora House yesterday when the Tho six House votes uguinst war recently elected olllcors were installed, were cast by Boutolle, Gardner, John- Drs. I. S. Wesley as president, II. S. son and McCall, reps., Brewer, dem.. Chase as troawuror and J. H. Cowan a and Loud, pop. secretary. The latter taken tho place Tho latest rumored scheme for sav- filled for 15 years by Dr Steole Bailey, ing Spain's honor Is for Spain to cede who had served tho body faithfully Cuba to the Pope and lot the Pope de- for that length of time without considclare the Cubans free. eration and who found that it took too A royal demonstration was made by much of his time. Dr. J. B. Hobards, the citizens of Newport Tuesday, when of McKinnoy, read tho opening paper the 0th regiment, which had been sta- on "Ktlology and Treatment of lJuer-pertioned ut Fort Thomas for some time, Eclampsia," which was much left for tho war. praised und liberally discussed. In the It Is announced thatthe United States afternoon Dr. Louis Frank, of Louis' will not resort to privateering, that a ville, read an excellent paper on "Uterneutral Hag covers the enemy's goods ine Displacement," which was discussexcept contraband of war, and that ed by numerous members. neutral goods not contraband are safe Following aro the namos of the docunder tho enemy's Hag. tors present: J. M. Meyer, U.S. Chase, Thousands of soldiers are being Jas. Ii. und H. Cowan, Danville; Kd transported on the L. & N. to Florida Alcorn, Carl Wheelor, J. M. Barker, und their reception at every town Hustonvllle; .1 B. Robards, McKlnney; amounts to almost an ovation. Tho H. M. Pittman, Parksvlllo; Theo. Merwar spirit was never so rampant in edith, Burgln;.T. Tom Price, II. Plum-methis country even in 1801. Harrodsburg; Dr. Haney, Dunn-vlllTho Spanish minister has left tho J. W. Acton, C. M. Thompson, U. S. and Gen. Woodford, our minister Klngsvillc; Louis Frank, John M. Wilut Madrid, is en route homo, leaving liams, Louisville; G. A. Traylor, all diplomatic relations between tho Hedgevllle: W. T. Murphy, Powers; J countries severed, and they will bo J. S. Wesley and J. T. Wesley, avowed enemies boforo all tho world. J. F. Peyton, J. G. Carpenter, Tho new army bill preparing for sub- Steele Bailey, K. J. Brown, R. M mission to Congress will place 200,000 Phelps, L. B. Cook, W. B. O'Bannon, men at tho service of tho commandcr-In-chlo- f W. N. Craig, Stanford. of all the land and naval forces Boonesboroiifjh Chapter, D. A. It., of these United States, and back of those 200,000 stand some 12,000,000 has started a movement to ralho 81,000 more men subject to and capable of for tho erection of a monument to Daniel Boono on tho slto of the old pioneer military service. On receiving the president's ultima-- J fort at Boonesboroufh, 12 mllos North turn Sagasta, who is the head of the of Richmond, al 820,000,000. at Ilrnnch alores at Pari', Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardslonn, Lawrencehur;, (jnlhl-anVersailles Eminence, Georgetown, Lluabethtowu Frankfurt Mnuckport, Ind. Tin: - i I I ELDREDGE ! SEWING MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, something" new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HTGGINS & McKINNBY. r, e; Mid-dlebur- Produce of all kind wanted. Highest Price. Mark Hardin. 4 W ft j 3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokd, Kv., - h April 22, 1S98 W. P. WALTON. NOTICE ! Notlri' U hereliv (riven lliHt tho under-Nlgne- d lint hut n l'rilllint No HI for live nliurcsof HttK'k In Hid Loulivlllo Snvlnc. Iinnl uml MiillilliiK' Company; . 'l'l cortltl-ci- tt tinted lltli ilitvnf Nov I'M. ud wa loit iih follows: lly being put away unit etui fur it new ivrllll-ont- o have innilr iipplli-iitliifor hiiIiI linrei.. uml nil iktmiii an' culled Ukjii to Filinw ontiso to Mild Company from IliN iline vvliy fin or before- four n new certificate thail not Nine In Ili'U of J. H WU't n. the one lost April II. IMt I ii isi-n- nut (low lo foil ml'. BRIGHT'S DISEASE the moht dangerous of nil human ailments because Us approach Is Itrt symptoms nre common to other diseases, lz, Severe Headache. 1a unob-scrvable. Blurred Vision. Dvspepsln, etc Once' let it get n firm hold on the y.stem and It is caused it Is ditllcult to (lislfiiltrc by inability of the Kidneys to Ulter the lrea from the blool Yet It can be Torotcra year I harclx-e- Backache. DUzinesH, Sleeplessness, CURED n r Delay of haw. When the cotiHtitution of the United States declares that every cltlen shnll have the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury, the question naturally arises: Whnt is a speedy trial end how long must the guilty and the wronged wait before the ease Is examined and the mutter properly adjusted? In answer to this question, lawyers say that couit calendar nre overcrowded; there In too much business fur the judges to attend to, and that they arc in nowise responsible for the long nntl griefsomc wultiug from which their client suffer. If thU be true, cays the New York Lfdger. there should be a thorough iipriemnl und reconstruction in the judlelarx. The country can better HlJVml to jwy morn judge than to hate Its ettbeiK worried and tn.Ncd because their ntTalrs are inextricably :;iiiM!i' up anil the.v ar powerless to Whfti one puts straighten them a I'licc Into the handi of a lawyer, the uatitr.il sii)0ltion i that It is done beeiiiM theelleut has ennlldrnee In lib lawur. and blli'vtr that the Intere.'t's intriited t his win- will be attended to villi all pmtble dinwtch. If the client l.niw that months and years might uy tlsfuctlon of his j nns before claim would h reached, he might make some ery xtraur eoiulltions. or make up his tnlt.d that Mieh tivfrit and delay wfre Mareely worth what It costs him. te Too Muoh Kducatlon. There is a young man in Louisville who, according to a local exchange, recently graduated from college with special honors in surveying and mathematics. Some time ago his father requested him to put up a fence around "Go out rt certain portion of his farm. place," said he, "and you will to the find a lot of boards. Make the lower A ot. - ney ilLea.r, Mimrtlilntr tike Ilritf Ut' DlM;a, o the doctor informed tin- - Tliry failed lo cure me or In lact to ilo nit.- .inv imm! uliatt'ier, ami 1 made up my mind I na pant euro. About two mouth, airo, (atilnir a itruif ntrv ml Iticlnnatl, I taw a man k'tvhtr auav tamiilc Imixc of Dr. Due wax handed Ilotiln Stirai;ii KMnt-- 1MI to mc ami 1 commeiuil to take them, I found me immr.liately. Altrr taklnif tliry lirlnl three boxrt I Ircl t!iat I am now wrll I am paat ity fire, anil I miut ay that I Ircl lrttrt than I haie for the itatt twenty years. They are a truly wonderful mr.tn.nie Wakmln 1 burnt, li5 I runt St. Ilcllerue, Ky. troubled tWlli kid- wrmifflp hf. n I.ndy 'IVa.jc in her nightly w lilt Sir I'eter. Miss Itehnn in runs her linsi' tormenting dls-cui- d Hobbs PARAGUS Kidney Pills. Penny's Drug Store, STANfOIU) KV rOlt HAI.E T BL1CKEKSDEKFEB TYPEWRITER. ddeabie, mum, wmm Gl'AIlAXTKED i the keys of her spinet she an antique Instrument which strum" bears the date of K,tt3. Such la the rate curio with which the scene in Si' IVier's lions a furnished ut Daly's tinnier. In New York. Rut Miss Rehan has bet"i ti.iiidliug some ery Interesting NpiiictstimJ harpsichords during tier iceiT.t tour. In Edinburgh she was privileged to use a pinct that had been )!nod upon by Moarl. when he was in England. It had been loaned to the I heater Ko al li u descendant of the song writer, who originally owned the Instrument, and in New lint en. Conn.. Mr. Steincrt (who owns the largest private, collection of musical instruments In this country) loaned Miss ltehan, for Ijidy Teazle's ue, u harpsichord which had been once in the possession of Ilaxdn. Dlb-tlen. oer A (Ivan.) woman, who was bound to recover the Insurance on her husband's life, got the stnte administration to back her in n suit in the Kansas state courts, and at last secured $22,100, which included Interest on the policies of one company. Of this sum the lawyers got half, under the original contract made when the suit was first instituted. During the pendency of the suit the woman married again. She says that the company from which she recovered had been "sandbagged" by its own Kansas attorneys. She expects How can it be done? Simplicity in now that other companies concerned construction nntl not belonging to the Typewriter Trust result in an honest pro- will pay up. duct nt nn honest price Tlie WicketiM-derfeAmong tho tunny new nnd extensive in the only high grade machine at nn strictly improvements recently completed by reasonable coot It is built scientific principle), and of only the best the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad comand most durable material. pany is n freight terminal on the HudSome distinctive feature., visible worn, son river nt the foot of West Twenty-sixt- h durabilinterchangeable type, portability, street, New York city, which is ity, doing away with ribbon ntikuice, tin regarded as an important addition to varying alignment, unexcelled manifold ing. 84 separate ehfcracters. etc., etc the railway facilities of large business The I) ickensderfer is the only type- interests in that vicinity. Many manwriter receiving highest award nt World's ufacturing Industries, using large Fair. Improved since quantities of lumber nnd iron, will thus Send for catalogue and testimonials be provided with ample facilities for MOO UK BUGS , GEN L ACTS. W. handling their freight. This notable 218 F fit N. 12r) K Fnvcttu fit. Washington, 0. C extension of the B. & O. system may 1- "timori Md. bo cited as an instance of the enterprise of modern railway r 1far-leachi- PRICE, S35. years of legal lighting, mainly in the federal courts, a Leavenworth After 20 part of the fence with these, and put wire at the top. But before you lime lie Uml Trlfil Tliriu. the post holes dug for the fence, you Benny DIctus I tell you, my boy, had better measure the boards, for there Ih nothing like married life. Ned Singleton What is there about It fonie of them nre 12 feet long and some about 11." The young surveyor lis- so attractive? Benny Dictus Oh eh home tics tened and departed. He got out on the farm, collected n gang of workmen nnd md all that sort of thing. Ned Singleton Thank, old man: I set to work. At the close of the day had enough of home ties when my mothhe returned to his father, who asked er made them for me. I think I prehow he had progressed with the job. fer celibacy and the gents' furnishing "Oh. line!" said the gifted surveyor. store. Harlem Life. "We dug all the holes and will put up A (IrniToim W'loli. recollected the boards "Yes," said the proud father, "I have - nnd whnt you sold about the boardbaby will grow up no made a calculation und dug the post anddoubt that that on the sands of have footprints holes l.i feet apart to even up matters." time." The father gave him om sorrowful look, "I hope so," replied the bachelor unnnd the next day had new lio' dug. cle. "No one wishes him more success while the brilliant college triiidu.iN wns than I do. I hope he'll leave footprints trying to explain how the ::.i Ae he on the sands of time as easily and copiously as he leaves linger marks on my made was perfictly nntiiia!. collar and cuffs." Washington Star. it Is reported that 50 Texas fanners One Kiorptlon. nre about to go to Guerrero. Mexico, The Philosopher Tell me whnt a perand lay out a town, to be called "The son rends and I can tell you what he Is. American City." Tin section settled The Dyspeptic Not always. There's upon Is one of the richest in the state my wife, for instance; she is always of San Luis Potosi. and grows bounti- rending a cookbook. Philosopher (confidently) The ful crops of cotton, tobacco and sugar cane. The climate is healthful, and Well? The Dyspeptic Well, she's no cook! the colonists have high hopes of a prosPuck. perous career for their Initial venture A Lucky relliMV. in the "land of the noonday sun." The Mrs. Shnrptongue (querulously) members of the recently settled Cuban colony, situated near Guerrero. Iiave Here you are, earning next to nothing, made a great success In tobacco rais- und our old neighbor, Mr. Quickwlt, is $10,000 a ear. ing, and assert that (heir tobacco Is in making Lucky j Mr. S fellow that Quickwlt. every way equal to the product of the He's got n job as traveling salesman, fields of Cuba. and is away from home ten months in N. Y. Weeklj The closer the recent hill for the year. The Itrnnon. the mephitis of the protection First Burglar Why, what's the matAmericans, or garden skunk. If acciInto, looked the stronger its ter? Have you been in n railway dent? provisions appear, says the Cleveland Second Burglar O, no, but I broke Plain Denier. Citiens of sense have Into a house where n woman was sitting no desire to kill skunks, i'hey don't up waiting tor tier misnami nnu sue miswant to be brought into killing prox- took me for him! Humoristische imity. If they killed them at all. it Blaetter. would be with a gun carrying a ball Quite NiWurnl. at least four miles. Citizens of good Dlggs Blank, the banker, died this ense, so far from desiring to hustle morning. this highly spiced creature into the Biggs That so? Of whom did he grave, arc ready nt any moment to die? Diggs You mean "of what did he tender him the freedom of the public highway and to modestly nnd rap- die," I suppose? Biggs No; who was his physicinn? idly retire. e. 1 -- She could flguro to a fraction the exact aesthetic action of each prismatic shading down to Infinite detail. Her tast was undisputed, and 'twas everywhere reputed that In color combinations alio was never known to fall. She'd expend upon a. ribbon all the energy of Gibbon, and to her a simple thread-In- s would transform the face of day. In tho art of woman's dressing she was great beyond expressing but she nought her hub a necktie and he fainted dead away. Strp Too Tar. 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DjDjDDiDDPPPfO&p&pDrxaaqqqciqaaaqaaqaaac 7.000 W Representatives... wan I i I 1VJ as many towns and cities, are a great many for one firm to have. It implies a Tremendous Business. In the tailoring trade it means that the firm is dressing a host of people in a satisfac- Well, that's the number o( increasing every year, that representatives are now taking orders for tory manner. Chicago Dally News. Mrs. Mr. you've Mrs. Patriotism is manifesting itself in many ways just now. The various Bowery "professors" in New York who make a living by tattooing American flags on the arms and chests of the rising generation are reported to be Hunexceedingly busy at this time. dreds of youths arc having symbols of patriotism affixed to their skins with Indin ink. The pain of the operation makes them hate our country's foes worse than ever. On the Bowery there are regular tattooing establishments, some of which employ regular "professors," and they have had to take on new hands slnee the war fever broke out. the head of the New York board of health Is a man who has not swallowed a mouthful of food fpr eight years. He is yet alive and In the enjoyment of good health. He has n stomach for digestive purposes, but not the capacity of swallowing. The man is Col. Michael C. Murphy. Out in California there Is At Comparative Siiatitilnra. Murray Hill I need a new hat. Murray nill Why, the one got Isn't so very shabby. Murray Hill To tell the truth, it's not quite ns shabby as you are; but it's too shabby for me to wear on the streets. Tammany Times. No sentiment Invades her thoughts. The maid who's up to date. She hungers not for Love's delights. But weds a big check mate. N. T. Journal. LOST HIS UAXK. M. Born & Co. The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors, 5 1 Ilrr Ambition. f T and they have won this enormous trade by sticking to the motto of "ONLY THE BEST" best in material, workmanship and trimmings, best in fit, style and fashion. It was the same rule when there were but 70 representatives as it is in the 7,000, and as it would be with 70,000. ifijii 0 8 jr "I The beauty of being dretscd by BORN is that jou are guaranteed in all particulars and J et pay no more than )ou would for inferior tailoring. The dressiest and mct prominent men in America, Senators, Congress- men, Governors, Judges and Majors, leave their mea- lure with BORN tor suits and 01 ercoau. Hundreds of Samples and all the Latest Stles to choose from. CALL ON t t t i t 1! t t H J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. The Cylinder SUBSCRIBE NOW ..THE ! WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. A'Straight Democratic Newspaper. Ent dowed by the Inst convention as the Olllcinl Organ of Democracy. For tho Freo Coinage of Silver. For the Chlcngo I'latforni. For the Democratic' Nominees. For the Inteiest of the Musses. All the Latest Telegraphic Now. State News. All tho All tho Latest Market Reports. Correct Court Reports. Correct Market Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. a woman who can swallow well enough, but who Is without a stomach. It baa been cut out by the physlolon who attended her. The woman appears to be getting nlong very well without her corporations. stomach, t as Col. Murphy seems The Atlanta Constitution gives to its to thrive without his oesophagus. Here readers the following unique specimen Is the very antithesis of conditions. ot mm) t hern bflckwnods cusseducss: "We don't want no war. My 'a Fays When Marion Crawford, the famous War am) Whisky is Hell. But If Whis- novelist, was in Atlanta, Ga., some time ky Is, my Ma says Pa must like belli' ago several persons asked for his autoin hell. Pa had one leg shot oil in the graph. Among them was a little girl, last War. He wears a Wooden leg now, who said, with charming frankness: which Mn locks up when he gits full, "I have never read 'Mr. Isaacs,' but. If so's he can't go out on' git fuller. Pn you'll write your name in my album. says if they's War he hopes they'll sen' I'll promise you that I'll buy the book nil the revenoo Detectives to the Front, and help you out!" Mr. Crawford, says so's he kin make moonshine llckcr an' our informant, coughed and said he a lis in. Pa is agin the gtivnient." didn't have time to write anything just ju-sI Jack Capt. Jones widow. has married a Basting and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. Florrie Yes, so I henrd. Bad for him, Call nt my store and wo will explain how you can obtain one of these Basters free of though. charge. The ruwt is revolved through the juices while cooking. Jack Why? Florrie He's second mate now. West End Review. MSRK HSRDIIM. Shakespeare makes n man on a ship exclaim: "Now would I give a thousand furlongs of sen for an ncrc of bnrren ground I" Modernized ami amended, this cry may take the form of the exclamation: "Now would I give a thousand square miles of Alaska for the rockiest acre on a New England farm'." Many a disappointed storm-smitten The Weekly Dispatch And The Klondike!' would compromise on a half-acr- e. Semi Weekly Interior Journal, -- Both Ono Yoar For Only $2.65. The Daily Dispatch A METROPOLITAN Thoroughly Kiiulprcd "with Kvery Facility to keopl you daily posted upon all tho events of the world ! NEWSPAPER Legislative carelessness promises to cost the statO of Texas a pretty sum. Provision was made for voting on certain constitutional amendments, nnd it was the intention that the election hhould be on the same day as the general election, but by u blunder the dntc was set a week earlier. Thus there will be two elections in the stnte only a week apart and the taxpayers will put up about $100,000 to cover the expenses. A paper In Belfast, Me., says "1'kobert Smith was struck by south-boun- d ) car JO. Dally, with Sunday, 6 months, Ji; 1 year, $8. 1 Dally, except Sunday, 0 months, J3; that the passenger train last night Scar-boro- ." Address, THE DISPATCH, m and Instantly killed. Mr. Smith, it will be remembered, met with a similar r ' tident about a year ago near Louisville, Ky Ilxcrptton to the Utile. Father Remember, my son, one never loses nnything in this world by & being polite. Son You're wrong, fnthcr, I lost my then. seat In n street car this morning from that very cause. N. Y. Truth. A man employed as n motormnu on More Tli II n Wnn AitUeil. a St. Louis railroad, and heretofore "Will you lend your Influence to this bearing the name of Patrick by gift of liis parents, has hnd it changed to project, bimllng?" asked Totllng. "Will T lend it?" replied Dimling, in Percy by the court, on the plen that libernlity. "I'll do com- a sudden excess of "through his connection with the more 111 give it." N. Y. World. pany, nnd also among those with whom he Is associated in a social way, the Just At. out ItlKht. Young Wife (proudly) George name of Patrick has been used unsays there's no cooking like mine. pleasantly, thereby placing the petiUncleCrusty (with ndisdnlnful smile) position." tioner in an embarrassing Does he? Well, he's about right The Cherokee is a peifict Check Rower; a rerfeel Hacit Drop PJan'cr and a Perthere, poor chap. The road commissioner of New Jerfect Self Drill Planter. Try one. sey points out that it costs three cents Iveeplnir Up the Hole, "Mrs. Elderly Is frightfully affected, n bushel to haul wheat five miles on a e road, and at least nine cents Isn't she?" "Affected! Why. I'll bet money she to haul it the same distance on a rough Blmpers when she's sayingher prayers." just-Jor sandy road. The farmers may Chicago Journal. conclude that some luxuries of life Any Old IMnee. are more economical than the bare neEthel I saw Mr. Snobson driving to cessities. tho depot last night; I wonder where A new affection of the eyes, caused. It he went to. of tho Colli gtate Year, will opou The Second Mabel Quite immaterial, so long as is said, by the prevailing method oi seating passengers in street cars and he stays there. N. Y. Truth. omnibuses, has been discovered. The Ta,rru.a,r37- - 2-5tl- i, Mlatuko as to Xnmca, passing obeffort to fix tho gaze upon ne I am told that your admirers jects results iu a strain and twitching name Is legion. Now pupils entering at that time will do received Into tho cl'issr4,riF(,r full Information in the external muscles of Jhe globes, Sho (blushingly) Ob, no; his name call ou or write to Mn?. Sauflcv at tho College or vrlio for catalogue. WIILIAM SIIELTON.Pbkidest. which is quite annoyinc li Williams. Cherokee Corn Planter Tornado Harrow Tit-Bi- ts well-mad- FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. y Stanford Female College. Se-M- 1897-0- 3 On. 2vorid.a,3r, 1898. Tit-Bit- ." , i ilt ic .Kfti-j- -- ... --- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky.. SAVED BY ACCIDENT. iu 1'renciice of SI I nil C. fe O. A FIGHT FOE LIFE. at the - April Did Not Alii 22, 189S This Jinn In GcttlnK Kid of a At (id MnatliT. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. A few yearsonago. when Mr. Moses one of Ills quarterly iVctmore was hunting expeditions, says the St. Louis Republic, he came near being done for LOUISVILLE RACES. by a mad dog. Not far from where he GREATEST SWUNG MEETING EVER and his party camped down in. rkansas wnsacliu formation runningnlongtlie HELD IN KENTUCKY, 11EG1NN1NO bunks of a stream. In some places MAY 4. the precipice was almost 500 feet high. ONLY ONE FARE FROM HERE TOR THE On the nfternoon of the dny in question it was particularly warm and ROUND TRIPTHIS INCLUDES ADMr. Wetmorc lay down under n tree MISSION TO GRAND STAND. edge of the clin". He had near Beginning on Derby Day, May 4, one been ttlie 'there about half an hour and of the greatest race- meetitipsever held In Kentucky will be given at, the LouU-vill- e race course. Eleven stakes, including the Kentucky Derby, worth $0,000, will be run during the 15 days. All the crack horses In the country are engaged In these stakes, including Ornament, Plaudit, Bannockburn, Simon W., Buck Massle, Bangle, Whltofrost, Alleviate, Flora Louise, Algol, Byron McClelland, Lleber Karl, Macy, Salva-blFlying Dutchman, Presbyterian, Taluca. Gallvant, Flelschmann, e, Queer Spectacle Witnessed Cincinnati Zoo. A ItuiiR'r)- Indlnn Hon Constrictor I)la- posea of n Keriicloun Ilulldotr In tlie Spncc of T'iH- Seveti Second. Car-ner- o, Meadowthorpc, Dr. Black, BoRosl-nantc, anerges, Ramiro, Performaaee, had fallen into a slumber, when he was Sunday alone, , 5.00 .way. awakened by shouts that seemed to come from the tent, where two negro J. K. BAU3HTAN, Hustonvillo. Ky. TWICB-WEEEL cooks were preparing supper. A minute later the mastiff, half as big as a AND Til calf, came running townrd the recumbent Mr. Wetmore. The dog was mad, i i as could be seen by the foam at Ids Iloth one year mouth and that peculiar swinging mo"What did the boa ever do to you, IJec-r2 2SS. trial i t Chestnut .talll.in, IV, hinds high, bred by Dr I. Ilerr, Ky. tion of his run. Hecame directly toward that you want it torn to pieces by n the big tobacconist, who had neither bulldog?" asked one of the party. The ZL337stick nor stone to lay his hands upon Mrt ''',' V 'f"'-TWe have mado a iHcl:il clubbing arranger J" ' of 23, of the dams of IW. Inelmllnr lUIph Wilkes, 2 fW t, Cranftwd, Sire k ? in defense. A thought struck him. ment with tho Courier JourI, CH.ti)tiH. MIX lt I, Ac , ,. nal, and will end that paper and our for t lue sired orer 10. He might catch the dog by the hind dam arlely ,dam of Odensbsrv the prleo named to all our subocrlburs who by Orainre llhvmi ... legs and swing him in a circle, as he S 2 M4. 2iV) . will renew and pay In advance, or to nil new 2 dam by ... ... IV lrr f fusirtcen had playfully done with the dogs of subscriber who will pay In advance. Samand the daun nl rtftren In 2 , ple copies of Courier-JournJiis father's kennel when he was a sent free on miu of Hamblriotilaii in S'laiu by Truiiiiers HcWounder application. boy. It was not a very difficult job to ' All (ul.'rlptlonrt under this offer must bt OltA.NUKby1I1.0SSOM M1W, dam .Nellie 1'u.l IV,, Hght other, and the diw of l!l I Ho., j 2(V sire tifOranse Chiefs Special Rates to Norfolk, Va. catch the animal and give him a whirl, .Mliliiletuwii etc ), V. V. WALTON. dam ul Orange llnd i sent to by American Mar H, etc On account of the meeting of Southern but it proved more than tedious in five Stanford. Ky Baptist Convention at Norfolk, Va., on minutes. Mr. Wetmore felt his grip weakening Noth tcdeii1erg is an extreme? hsndxitue stallion with all Ihe ftinu, flnl.h and style of hi. la- May Cth to 12th, the Chesapeake & nous family, Ills the exception ol Mamtirlno kin he l iin.l.ml.tisllr tin. lumlwimi . ..f M....1..1. help. His party af : BAG-L: " 111 Is a sure and Tery fine no I'atrheii Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to and yelled for down brler and marks hi. get with great uniformity at nirard. flufriends were way the river fishaim pure gan lie na a gil ll.ltloii, any one au handle and drl in,iyie,psno.,s. gaitel nun- In the world and Is rautbleo( him He Norfolk from all stations at one fare ing, and the two negro cooks were too I. 011 of Die purest imllliig mirh roterlhan hi recml He has his spred with hint alwasaud Isanea.y l.utw. 10 kvl In condition He h.s trutlol mile. In I iail TIIK IJKKtT KIIOW STALLION. rate, good going May 2 to 0 and good to scared to come near. iiiiarters In U hwii.U All the traliilug he eer had In his life would nut shkmi . to .li monthv Mr obtained his renl when a four.jearol.l over a muddy track at Ne AIIkuv. In.l , hliched loan old return in 15 days. The return limit is "Just as my last bit of strength hgh wheeled He Wlnntr of WW suke at Lexington, won svcotid ajhlontsl level headed,sulky .gainst a fleldi.farfe.lhnr.eshjrseaswon the arare In thr, straight heat. subject to an extension of 15 days addi- waned," said Mr. Wetmore, in recountHe Is very afraid of nothing lie is a show well a. trotter Uu show at money In S.VW stake at Versailles, winner of the somoofthetet Fairs In Kentuck; and Indiana and ha. won a numtr of iiteiiihihis lla. lis. wuti a num. tional by depositing ticket with C. & ing his experience, "I loosed my hold aged premium and swrisLake at I'arls, also Inner Ier of sweepstake premiums' O. agent, in Norfolk. Remember that on the dog and fell backward. As I did of other premiums lu lu:l, since which time he has Will Also Stand A Good Jack At To Insure A Living Colt. the C. & O. is several hours quickest so he shot out into space, and, with n been in the stud. over Eagle lllrd is a teautlful brown, with small star, route from all Central Kentucky points. howl toof despair, disappearedNow, the certain death below. cliff that M. S. BAUOHMAN, Stanford, Ky. standi orer IC hands, has a flowing mane and a Two limited trains dally each way brilliant thought of mine to swing that hca t tall. scenery unsurpassed. In order that mad dog in a whirl until help came Eagle Iflrd was sired by King Ka$le, winner of arrangements can be made for sleeper would have been the ruination of me. more than 4U Line ties. 1st dam by Star IJigle, let son of Cabbcll'a LexBervlce send in your name to the un- What saved me was letting him go, I will stand on my farm one ington dersigned, stating what train and date but it wasn't my fault. I gue it was mllo north of TWO MET. THE ETES OF THE Hustonvillo. ou the Hiistouvllln and 2nd dam by Ilamltt I'enmark, son of Washingin jiTi;itn o Providence, for I never once thought you will go on. Write for any inforturnpike, my Jack. Hlaek Cloud, of swinging the brute over the preci- bupcrlntendent smiled, and in his elo- ton Denmark. StCONU Jr.wci.. This fancy saddle tul-- 1 Hy mation wanted. No trouble to answer pice." quent way said nothing: just proceed3rd dam by Harris' Denmark, sou of Miller's lun will make season of 180s nt our stublu At 55 to U Istura a LWag Cslt. questions. G.W.Barney, D. P. A., ed to get the ferocious "bull" squnrely Denpiark. ', mile from 3IIIIedgevllle, on thu Stanford Eagle Hird will make the seaoon of lf'J'i at his .V Mllledgevllle pike. Owing to the scarciHliick Cloud i black with meulv inilnts, Ift in f ront of a door of the glnss den. Lexington, Ky. HOW THEY FOUND OUT. hands 3 Inches high and four years old, bred mm Zalphazia Is 29 feet long, weighs 190 stable 2 tulles West of Manfurd on the Shelby City ty of money wu will stand him by W M. Ilurke, of lloylo County, sired by To the Klondike, Alaska, North and St. Louts Vonnir Ien Make n Dr to pounds, and when in repose Its body is pike at the extremely low price of Tom At $10 to Insure A Living 0 It. Hurke's old Jack, to Keene. First-clas- s Northwest! service via the about as big around as n medium-sizeA full brother Discover Which of Their Girl $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. lllnck Cloud was sold a Unit four years ago to C.illfornla imrtlos man's leg, just above the knee. Queen & Crescent Route, with through Money due when colt comes or maro parted Friend Pnlnted. Money or cash note will ! nulrcd wheu a llv. with. Mares grared or fed at reasonablu for $3,000. "Make your bets, gentlemen," said Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, LouisIng colt Is obtained. J A WHIOHT, MoreUnd. Ky, rateit. Not resionslhli for accldeutri sliould Two society swells went the superintendent. ville and St. Louis. Vestibuled trains Eagle lllrd is one of the greatest show horses In any occur. As this same Superintendent Stephan Kentucky, ns his record In IMIt will attest. Ollt Edge Is u beautiful red sorrel, llaxy from New Orleans, Birmingham, Meri- to the Imperial theater one afternoon Asa lust week, says the St. Louis Hepublic, has the reputation of knowing his busi breeder of floe, good colored, high styled colts he mauu and tall, 15?, hands high, was foaled dian, Jacksonville, Atlanta and Chat- when "East Lynn" was the bill. A ness, the bets were few, although it Is Issft, and Is a perfect saddle horse. Sept. unsuriKiswil. Ho was shown as a Itanooga. Ask your railroad agent lor few evenings before there had been Eeemed n moral certainty that the and took the Mare from a UlMauce will li furnished graM af- sweepstake premium at Klrksvlllernd Danparticulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell, discussed at their club the subject of "bull" must ghe the snake a terrible ter May at 91.50 rinonth and must paid at ville and In his own ring at Ilarrodsburg. Sired by King Chester, he by Chester Dare, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. the removal of the mares. King Chester's dam Those wanting to breed to a good sad le he by Itlack Mulrrel women painting their faces. Several slitting. Htulllon are cordially Invited to look at our lllnck lies, by liourhou Itluo. Lincoln Care will be taken to prevent accidents ami As for the dog being henten by poison girls were mentioned who were susKing's dam by Sllrer King, 2nd dam by but will not le resonstble should any ccur. horse and see him move. Southern Baptist Convention, Nor pected by their admirers of wearing no! The poison fangs of the boa had Gray Eagle. ;trd dam by Copper Uit torn. 4tli He was sired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunwith or removal of mare forfeits the Insufolk, Va., May Tickets on sale an artificial carnation bloom. Others been pulled by the natives of East l'artliK ningham's Jewel, bu by old Washington dam a thoroughbred Lincoln King Is a rich E.I' WOODS, Sta ford, Ky. Denmark. Ollt ,Edge's- tirst dam Minnie, by bay, lull IB hands and lias henvy triune and via the Queen & Crescent Route at the defended the young damsels and said it India before selling her to the Ham- rance. Hill. He I. four jenrs. old and McDonal I's 2nd dam by Wells' CruNo. sadburg (Germany) animal buyers, of one fare for round trip from all was natural. rate of sader, his first tlum by Stonewall Jackson, dle horse. Will stand at tho low prlco of Zoo purchased her. How to find out and win a wager whom the points on Its line to Norfolk, Va., ac ho by Washington Denmark, ho by Ill.tck While the dog was being plaoed In Denmark, his Hrst dam by Crusader, he by $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. count the convention, which meets at that was laid then and there was the Old Whip, 2nd dam n Kooky Mountain mare. front of the den door, Zulphrruda gave I will nlso stand my line, that point May Dates of sales, Jnck, evidence of divining the approach of Beautiful Chetnut rorrcl; no white. Sired MADISON SAKD1D32 It SON, May 2nd to 6th, good to return 16 days trouble. This evidence included the by the renowned Uliick Squirrel ftho great1 in Mlllcdgevlllc, Ky. living.) after date of sale. The most attractive boa wnr sign, consisting of smelling the est hlro of fancy priced Middler (U.'l, First dam Joslu Umber No. by On route to Norfolk Is via the Queen & body and making the slight retreat Time, No. 715. Ho I will stand In Crab Orchard the season of On the same terms as Lincoln King. will serve a limited number of mares. Mo from the spot of anticipated danger, Second dam bv Stonewall Jackson 72 Crescent Route. Is blnck, with mealy points and has lino Third dam by 'King William 07. that always precedes attack. bone and action, One-haFourth dam by Cytlilnn, thoroughbred. rates to Lexington, Queen & Suddenly the superintendent opened Notk. Lincoln Klng'a dam was- tho dam Fifth dam by Oliver, thoroughbred. of W. L. Evans great show mare, liunia, Crescent Route, May 4th to 7th, good the cage door, the chains and collar Ground Squirrel Is n very lluu chestnut and hU granddam produced m many winwere unsnapped from the bull, and he sorrel colt with with fine mane and tall, to return until May 10th, from all ay, 10 hands, by Ten lirocck. l'lrst dam ners as any maro In thu county. u which he carries ns near iw was pushed into the den. points In Kentucky. These rates horse cnn. Ho ha lu'en very successful In by 'Fellow Play. He combines the blood of enMares grazed at 2 tier month. Care takThe eyes of the two met! to prevent accident but not responsible meetings of the Kentucky State hhow ring, having lieen tdiown IS times In niencoe, Lexington mid Phaeton. Ho Is A moment of suspense! ll)r. and 1607 and won 15 blue and one red, greatly In mako like his famous sire, whose should any occur, Epworth League and the Kentucky Then, like nothing but a maddened und the only tlmo he wa defeated wn by three mile record has only been beaten by W. M. fJlURPHY, Stanford, Ky. and West Virginia Grand Council bulldog, the ferocious canine, with Thornton Star. Hu has fine, high action In by his son, Drake Carter, a full brother of v1pofr-'rAGoncrcgaii. He la well trot, Commercial Travelers. Ask agents jaws distended showing long ugly teth, nil his gaits rack,btand-Htll- walk and canter. cles and (luarters of all put up, has the musn This colt Is no thu lcst descend for information. C. Klnear&on, W. sprang with ferocious fury at the boa. horse, but when you put a saddle on him lio ants of Lexington nnd formerly made the gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Just or he reached her Zalphrazia, with Is as good as they grow, You can see by his season at ?2u. Owing to tho times I will the easy, perfect grace of. her kind, pedigree ho Is a very fancy and highly bred stand hlin at Standard, No. 12,o.vi. fancy, The old fushioned method of war gently undulated her huge body aside, colt and one that will sire"tho kind that sell. Solid dark hay, haods and saddlers, to Bhlps carrying tons of fresh water Is and the dog crashed against n side of He will servo it few mare at my farm four Full brother to Lslelle 2.1 untrained, but speed r. A tested breeder of combined Koadsters now past and gone. Salt water Is pumpthe den. He recovered himself quick miles from Dauvlllu on Danville fc Stanford pike nt I will also stand the tine, young Jack. anJ liiittrn horses oi superior action, slo, style as a flash. But a thousand times quicked up from the ocean, passed through A COMPLEXION SECftET. and sstsl. A clais of horses that sell readily for er than a flash, If such a thing be posan evaporator and distiller and turned good prices Will make the present season at sible, at the very instant the dog's into good drinking water at the rate of object of the young men's visit to the Note, A lien retained on alt colts until head turned from against the den's Ily Clinton, he by Ileecher, no by Prince, $10 To Insure A Living Colt. 7.500 gallons per day. This water is Imperial. and when side, Zalphrazia threw three massive season Is paid, his raaro In a man soils, gives 2nd, he by Prince, 1st, an Imported Jack, or any way, the seaalso used for feeding the boilers. "East Lynn" is a play which ought to coils about him, his backbone cracked sondisposes of See falls due. this colt before you breed owned by Adams .V Alford Dam a line Jenmake all women cry, they reasoned, like a pistol shot, he gave one yelp, net owned by Allen & lloiltly, of Clinton Co. A. E. HUNDLEY, Danvim.k. Ky. John Wanamakeri of Philadelphia, for jt makes even men's throats grow nnd was dead I He will make the season at offers to continue the salaries of all his thick. They sent tickets for reserved Time 0:27. . $7 clerks who shall go to war, and will scats to the girls under discussion, beg-in- g Drawing leisurely away from her them to' invite whomsoever they work the boo composed itself. In two pay 81,000 to the widow of every one Care taken to prevent accidents but not Young Pedro 46961, A. J. 0. 0. pleased of their acquaintances, as they, or three minutes she set to .wallowing resjionslblo should 11113 occur. killed. The Inbred younic 1'edro Hull A. V. ('. C, No. the donors would not be able to escort her ictim. taking its head first, and O. II. SINGLETON. I will stand my tine young Jack, Sambo, at my ifi,!Hil, by old 1'e.lni No. :t,l7-tl- ie King ol all 6 Ciiaii OiiciiAitD, Ky. Rev. Henry Petry, Presbyterian them. stable ne.ir Morelaud this season at, cost 8 IO,0(K) and lm to his credit M finishing the operation in 4:32. l minister at Bright, Anderson county, The ruse was successful. In an upper daughters with lecords that averse over It) IK, Ilallronda Hun on Crockery. and Brand sire ofho tested daiiehteri, 0 committed suicide by hanging. No box sat the young men ready to win Earthenware sleepers, the Invention or loee the wager, and right below, in cause Is known. Samls) is hy Joe lllackhiirn, Jr., dam Sim limit's Yoiiiik rtslrn'MiUtii Infanlu I'eilm .Majorum, prethe parquet, where they could see of a Japanese, were recently experi- imMirted Jeiinrl. He Is )." bauds hlli; line bono mium cow ut World's Fair, and test of 17 lbs, Boa , "A word to the w,e U siitficleiit" and a word their faces and every move of their mented on atShimbashi Station, Japan. ml ha. proven to !ea sure foal getter. Parties InIn seven days with tirst calf This youui Hull from the wise ihould be lurbcleut, but you itk hands, were the young women. can There Fnirly good results were obtained. It is terested can'sM two of his culls at my place. As I boast ofu combination id butter producing wbu are the wise Those who know. The oft s were six of them, two of whom shed claimed that the Increased cost of I have an extraordinary good mule believe that. uue3ivlll ftsiialUs. With every cn experience of trustworthy entons may Ik; copious tears, and hesitated not to sleepers is amply compensated jack I uiako this low price, in order that the people he combines thu l.hssl cf the World's Fair ttken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. Teir iiji wipe them away with their handker- by their freedom from decaj. Kencrally,'may lccome aoiualntisl with his breed riiaiiipion J'edro, Mokejsls Slh, tho great L'urotis Coush Itemed)- give better tutltfactlon ing. Women to MiotcI Dirt. ,.,.'i,..S' ,,,.1J than any other In the market. He has leen In the chiefs, while the other four never 11'. "'' l' JauKhter 'i, l.n'i7 At 2 lbs s'oz, " Among those who did not Majoram 'ind. 15 II,,. on drug business at Klktoo, Ky., for twelte years; bin winced. Mayor W. P. Small, of Owensboro, kIvh my place on Saturday, Sept., 8, lU'M, I will Krass alone aud her liriistrlous dam ImMirtisl y- -. iH in gold for the best colt by him. old hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly cry were the girls suspected of laying Ky., ordered thnt when women are conloraui lblbs, uImi the Wi Inbred Victor Himo bull Also JiiiiiIki, a tlne2.year.old blackjack, IS lia.ids ljurue, A,2.ld, and (timlinr as they do tlirouuh chan- all other cough medicine manufactured, tilth on the red pigment, and it win on just fined In the workhouse and there is no hl);b, will servo a few rixh! mares free. I will l'"H' issllga. alsiindlnK n?r0,li,l'Vi"'1." y'' shows conclusiTely that Cuamlwrlaln'i Is the most that evidence that the bet hinged. Thnt work for them to do, they must take heavy buttej nmkers and prlxo also at the tame jjace and day give I'.'.M In gold atlsfactory to the people, and is the best For sale night the wager waspald with a supper their places with the street hands and for his lest colt. ty as a producer of superior milkers and butter talrf A Docker, Druggists. ot the University club. cowi. B II KINO, Morcland, Ky. sjhovel dirt with the chain gang. DallV and Sunday, 1 1 Ben Holladay and many others. Nearly 1,000 horses are now quartered at Churchill Downs, insuring large fields and exciting contests. There will be five or more races each day, with liberal added money. All the railroads have put on cheap excursion rates, the round trip from Stanford being only one fare. This also includes admission to the grand stand, each railroad ticket having a coupon attached which can be exchanged for a badge at the gate. This is the cheapest rate ever offered from this point, and a big delegation will leave here on Derby Day to take advantage of It. The Derby will bo run on the opening day, Wednesday, May 4, and will be followed by the Debutante Stakes, Louisville Handicap, Bluegrass Stakes, Clark Stakes, Mademoiselle Stakes, Fehr Stakes. Wenonah Stakes, Premier Stakes, Kentucky Oaks, and the Juvenile Stakes in the order named. These are the biggest turf events run in the West. On Saturday, May 14, the Gentlemen's Cup race will be run. m f It I W HE SHOT OUT INTO SPACE. The sight of a lifetime a spectacle wherein horror, breathless surprise, demoniac action and terrible death combined to muke u tragedy beyond all description occurred recently at the A desperately Cincinnati (0.) Zoo. ugly big bulldog that several masters had been unable to do anything with had been sent to the gardens "to be disposed of for the benefit of the animals." Ho was so miserably devilish that he was brought to the Zoo between two men, each of whom held him from the other by means of chains fastened to each side of his collar. The moment the ferocious gift was received Superintend-en- d Stcphan decided as to its disposal. The Zoo's monstrous boa constrictor Zalphrazia had not fed for nearly 00 days. Dog is the most tempting of all morsels in the boa constrictor's bill of fare. When, ns often happens, fat puiiets, rabbits or rats won't tempt a boa to feed a dog is the thing that will keep him from starving himself to death. When these latter extreme times occur Superintendent Stcphan, old animal man that he is, says that he would rather let a boa die than throw a dog to him. But as the boas are Zoo property, he hasn't the say in such matters. After receiving the vicious bulldog the superintendent sent word to a few friends, an Enquirer man included, to be at the Zoo at four o'clock. When the party had assembled the superintendent announced that a bulldog was to be turned loose in the great glass den of the boa constrictor, Zal-phrazl- a. the increased demand for C. & O. Play-Ju- g Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which aro now on salo at tho Pha'nix Hotel ticket olllco in Lexington, at 15 cents per deck, three- decks for 40 cents, or 81.60 per dozen. These cards are 50 cent quality and will be tent by mall to any address on receipt of above price with four cents per deck for postage. Persons remitting 81.60 for one dozen lots will have them sent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly.-Partie- s contemplating euchre or whist clubs should not miss this opportunity to lay in a stock of fine cards at Mich low rates. Geo. W. Barney, f). P. A., C. & O., Lexington, Ky. - Playino Cards. Owing to kwlmmW X tA 4 ltftiFmr lTmNmmlLmmt mm TF 1 M JtmmmmW 7y."3 k rTT1 iWsi WB A w J lV - 'sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssPH the Ami If it is Worth Printing Twice-a-Wee- k Courier (Journal Will Print it. twloe-u-weo- IMABOTH 10,016. rei-or- d Every Democrat, Every Republican. Standard Itnle fl Keoor.l 2 IU' Sired w WaMnt-Vi5 . Mr uf Latitude 2tl7M Every Man. Woman or Child who can rend and many other In the IUt WaUlnglmm. NnUttlt'it lrc, U . .mi of tieorgo Wllkua 510. will want to read It. Tint dam Tln-e- l. by Messenger Iuro 108, win of llambtutoiilaii amUltoof nintiio 32t, k Tho Courier Journal Is u ho dam of Norlalne. yoarllnR' Democratic paper, of six or eight page. 2:3I$. Wednesday and Saturday of inch week. Second clam Mer to Jarne Howell. ,lr , by llamhlotoiiinu 10. Mro of l)nxtir2it"VJ. The Wednesday lsstiu prints all the Clean Third dam Jestle Snyre, by Harry Clay M, ulro of the dams of St. Julian 2;llij, llodliio News, nnil the Saturday Nsuu prints Stories. Miscellany, Poetry, miu nil matter of apo- 2:IUJi and 13 others that have produced 5:30 trotter! ulo dro of the dam of tiloctluncor. dal Interest In the home. It Is edited by Fourth dam by Liberty, on of Larico, by American Eellpo. Henry Watterson. Notk. Naboth It u bay, IS hands high, foiled June 2. UN pedigree contain blood of llambletonlan, George Wllke. .Mambrliio Wllkei. Pilot .!r . and Harry Clay. lie. PRICE good-payin- Si.oo a YEAR. lv ou get 104 good papers, of six or eight pages each, for SI less than onu cent a paper. Vseful premiums aro given Club Raisers, g commkslons aro allowed and Will Stand tit $15 To Insure I n Living Colt. will iiImi ntuml agents. Dully Courier-Journa- l, 1 year year" year .....Jfl.OO S FIVE FINE dAGKS AT ONLY $5 EAGM. Will CjMaren p-- 00 make no eh.trgu for miioii If the colt proven not to Ik- - alablt nlallliig time grawl at SI r month, which In all en.f must b paid Imfore they are taken Care taken to picvi nt ividoiit but not riMiitile should any occur K COURIER-JOURNA- maim FOR WlWl MM, OQDEfS13UQ 8787. Harcibrino Jh2 .MMim-tow- ONLY TwIee-a-Wee- $2,50. a.tclxen 58. al Will Stand at $10 to Insure A Living Colt. - i, B BIRD. 11 $8 j- - Qilt Edge 261. BLACK CLOUD D.ui-vlll- d well-know- n 15. I- ear-ol- d LINCOLN KING, 1 1 llul'-orn- 11 1 Ground Squirrel, 2. 0-- RICHARD BIBB, lf G01KW6GAII jierfi-ctlo- 1 1 uc-cou- nt -- K I l, halter-show- Dorsey Gowaust, 111 lilg'h-aet-ln- g, high-tail- ed $5 Insure a LivingColt. $xo toIiisureaUviiig'CoU CUDTON, JR., S. Roscoe, a Good Jack, SAMBO. to Insure a Living Colt at $5 totfnsure Colt. at test-e- $3 to Insure a Living Colt. averai:!"-I7lha.2- ox. earth-onwn- re iiiull-tie- J test-e- d Cham-berlal- - V.7.' Service Fee 95. F. KEID, Stanford, Ky. AFil I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky E. C. Fismyo tacklo nt Craig & Hooker's. Go to A. H. Florence's for early seed ' potatoes. Try our 10c Jolllco II. Baughman & Co. cooking coal. J.I - April 22, t8gS Walton, Uusinlsu Manaokr. t t t not price but quality that deDeaf Mete Tho Northtermined the cheapness of an article. "Old Farmer Hopkins" at Wal- bound pasfcongor, Killed. ran over and 7i Wo sell tho bet good only nnd at No. 21, ''A reasonable prices, l'enny's Drug ton's Opera House Saturday night, 2.1. killed Starling Goodln, between Grays Porformadcc will begin at 8 shurp. Stoic. and Corbln Tuesday morning. Goodln null ' MR. J. W. Poet has news of the wns a deaf mute and was walking along PERSONAL ANO SOCIETY GOSSIP, doath of his aunt, Mrs. Win. Holm, In tho truck. Ills home wns at Corbln, A . Hi:v. H. U. Mahony watt In Louis- Sholbyvllle. She was So and her mai- where he has a brothor who Is also deaf and dumb. Ills father was killed by a ville this week. den namo was Harbison. That I have n big slock of shoes, JK. 'A train several years ago. Mr. It. L. Jonus, of Mt. Vernon, Is That I am selling them away down, 53 Kf W. 11. Parsons, of Stanford, hits visiting his uncle, It. G. Jonus. That I have tho'e stylish short corsets, & Stanford TeleThe Klngsvlllo Mrs. Ku Wilkinson and children been granted an Increase of pension phone That have some pio'ty perca'e, line, W. L. McCnrty, president, from $8 to $12 a month and J. T. O'Halr are visiting hor pnronu In Casey. That I have the latest thing in lulies's colla's, and J. II. Hnughuun, secretary, Is rapDOC DltYH has gone to Hoston to han- on orlgltmlappllcatlon 90 a month. That I ant showing a b g lino of nice han.lkorrhiofj, idly being completed and Mr. Baughdle saddle horses for a gentleman there. That have fomc pietty men's s'lirK sun- man tells us that by May 1, they hope Rather cool, tho' bright and Dr. J. II. Pjsask, of Chicago, joined shiny weathur has prevailed for several to bo able to talk over It. Tho llnu will That I have a nobby bin of men's pant3, his wife at Mr. T. D. Hnnoy's Wcdnos days, but tho signal servlco forecasts open up a large territory for Stanford Thnt I sell a paper of good pins for a cent, day. That I ell n paper of good needles for a cent, Increasing cloudiness for Friday; warm- and as It will be connected with the exMr. W. W. Withers U back from er. That I buy for cash and sell for cash, change will be of great value to our Cincinnati, whore ho wont to boyThat I sell tloor oilcloth for 20c a yd, The poor patients got a root yester- citizens. hood s. That I m?11 table oilcloth for 12J cents a yd. THOSE who have seen "Old Farmer Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kumiston will day. All tho doctors for miles around occupy a portion of 1. L. Kulnhart's wore here devising ways and means for Hopkins" unite in expressions of praise tf gutting moro foes and feasting on good of the entertainment, which is full of residence. things. fun, sutisiillonul and comic dilations Col. I'. L. Davidson, of Crab Or and specialty work. Mr. Davidson Is a chard Springs, Is hure tolling Shupp's The Crab Orchard bar and tho many line vocalist and the singing is it prom-inoGiant Library. friends of Judge A. II. Clark aro night at feature. Mrs. Anna McClary took little court-rooto meet In nt Crab Challls Smith up to Flat Lick to hor Orchard Saturday, April 2M. F. F. Walton's Opera House ho and his excellent company will hold the boards tuhcr Tuesday. Bobbin. and give you many times your money's Mr. B. II. Danes wont to Loulsvlllo THE L. it N. will tako you jo Louis- worth Tuesday and Mrs. IXmks kept store ville Sunday and back for S1.7S to see whllo ho was roiio. A k RUED check on "Tho National C L. Dawes has rented Mrs. Nan the big ball game. Special train luaves 1.2Ti for one on Hast Main street here at (MO a. M.; returning, will arrive Bank of Stanford," for nle Tyroc's house hog. with Wood & Lynn signed, failed at 11 l'. M. and will move to lu to pass the banks here, but money was i .! F. Cook wont to Lexington yesSix train loads of t S. Cavalry kw. obtained on it nt Danville, where it wns terday to be present at the irganlM-lio- n ud on the Cincinnati Southern Wodnes-Ja- y doposltod. It wat payable to Mart of his Stock Yard Co. and were cheered nil along the Padgett and J. W. Thompson endorsed From a Colorado paper wo learn that line, large crowds docking ' Whipped Spanish Sympathizer. to eery It. It was a printed, rod check, such 1'. II Idol Is nt Steamboat Springs, siMtlon to see thorn. Jntt Goodbody, an Irishman living as tho First National ued before Its that Statu, letting mall contracts. name win changed, some 12 or 1.5 years near Kingsvtlle, was In that town the s Miss Hkttii: KouiKRTiett returned THE time for holding trustee ago. Nolihor Mossrs. Wood or Lynn ofier day boasting about the Spanish Tucrdaj from Lebanon, O., where she has been changed from tho first knows oithor Padgett or Thompson, navy and telling how quickly it would hm been attending Normal School. Saturday In June to tho first Saturday do up the I'nited States. He further And we are now prepared to furnih you with the best quality of I)i! Fayette Diwi.ai's friends will lu October and the present school but they will make it strenuous effort to find out who they are and who forged remarked that In the event an olTort was glad to learn that he has i'osuummI trustee will hold on till then. h made to free Cuba the Catholics in this their Arm namo. Advocate. Ids practice at Danville country should muke war on the AmerTill; delinquent tnv list consisting of J L TANNER. J nine Ciuh and II. D. 1112 polls Stole His Watcil While Mr. J icans. Kdmond Murphy, who Is someand over SM.OoO worth of Mc( lure, of McKlnnoy, were registerHtMiry Fish, of this place, was spend- thing of a patriot, --wouldn't stand this lirojwrty was sold to T. I). ed at the 11 ft It Avenue, Louisville, ing tho night at Henry Thorp's at .mil jumping on the son of Erin, gave S 10. NewlHml for Ifhegeutho total Brodhead a burglar secured entrance, Lend, Colors, Stains &c, on the maakct at reasonable pi ices, also a complete line of Monday. him a thrashing that he will not soon - umotiHt of ills purchase he will have stole a cult of clothes and going into! We solicit your trade. the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Article Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hailicy rotwrnforgot. ed from their bridal umr Wednesday Mr. Fish's room succeeded In finding They say when It rains on leister his watch and making way with lu It 'Old Farmer Hopkins" Is one of and are nl.Iudgtt and Mrs. James 1'. we may expect ruin for seven consecu- In u very line, heavily engraved Hunter ' the hest of tho rural dramas. Conll-deHnileyV of Its merits It- -, producers do not If it ruined the past case, with tho Initials "J. II. F." on TlLDEN COOK was here Tuoday null- - tive Sundays. 'Ing up advertisements for hie llrm, Sunday we would like to know wheru. tho outer case and "It. A. Fish to her attompt to draw a crowd to It by brass Kifhmoml Climax. And this is an- husband, Sept. 1, 1MW" on the inner. A band and other performances on the Lanier, tho Danville gents' Caldwell other old sign shattered. , furnishers. heavy, twisted link chain wa attached streets, but Invite the people to tho Huston-vill- e A tkleimione msHgj from wife's theatre whore they guarantee an enTtlE damage suit of J. J. Mooru vs. with a horse head charm and his of the arrival of an Informs its Inside. Mr. Flh prizes tertainment full of sentiment, sensathe Stanford turnpike for causing the picture on tho Ik)ul Mr. and Mr. J. Hueehur denth of very highly and will give a tion and merriment. Mr. Frank S. his daughter, Delia Mooru, the watch Davld&on, who uppoars a tho Old FarAdams'. All doing well. whllo the troops wore guarding the liberal reward for its return. mer, t ably supported by Miss Alice Mil J. M. ALVKltSON has purchaeod toll gate, will be tried at this term of M.xRRiAUE. When Mr. P. B. Smul-lo- Southwlck and a splendid company. Miss Lottie Helm's cotuige hi the Ifesl the Danville circuit court. the Harr.Hlsburg newspaper man, Don't fall to go to tho Opera House Knd mid he and wife will go to housewas here last week helping the Odd tomorrow night, 2.'kl. You'll be amply keeping there in a few days. It begins to look like Kentucky's tin The telephone exchange work N too soldiers will lind something a little Follows lu their initiation work, he repaid or It wont cost you anything. riiiKt I'liina mik reduced irom iwc 10 oue mini Tiitietn stiK renueuii heavy and too eontlnlng for Miss Nettle more huxnrdous than guarding toll gave us no cue to what was to happen Itoserved seats at W. B. McHoberts', ?' fV from 0c to 7.'ic. Ulgiired TaiTetn Silk i educed from 0c to T5r Plain loss than a week after. But we are on 75c. MU-Llllle Martin gates. The chancos are that at least Wray and she has 7y Changeable Taffeta SMtUs, 75c. r ;sil for nslstnnl. when business requires It. two reglirenu of them will be called to him now, If he did comu up in the Sensational Suicide Miss Annie rf night and near tho hour when church Mr. and Mrs L. M. Westkrkiei.d Into service In the war with Spain. of Mrs. Neeley fn yifrds yawn, seek tho residence of Kid. McAfee, 20, daughter WK boy to arrive at their had a THE Advocate says that Tom Knum, F. W. Allen and his assistance in con- McAfee, of Boyle county, committed Cincinhome Tuesday and they have named n Danville man, wis arrested for tylug summating his happiness. He was ac- suicide at tho St. Clair Hotol. him William Shurldan, In honor of the Monday night, loavlng this note: bur bed wire to it horse's tongue and companied by Miss Nora May Greon, nati, my ciever train dispatcher. hitching another horse to the other a beautiful maiden now of Junction Ci- "Ploaso don't send my remains to Mr. L. C. ALCORN, of Groensburg, poor mother. She is not ablo to care He end to pull him out of a bulk. The ex ty, but Into of this county, and by Mr. for me. Please publish these letters was hure a short whllo yeite-dny- . Cloyd. County Cleric G. B. of started down from Huslonvlllo on hi." hibition a cruelty indicates that the Shannon possible about We will open some new Skirt Patterns Lengths In line (Ipurod ( wuo Spaniard. llend Cooper hud to bo awakened to Issue tho and have as little said as wheel but got a puncture near Tur . mo on account of my family." Among JjJC Some exclusive designs, only i yards, one skirt to a pattern Jv Illiiek Good liecu&u, but he didn't mind that when nersvllle and walked tho balance of Twenty. That is the number of our Sl.fiO goes to him in such eases, made her elTocta were found sever-a- letters 3W the way. prettiest girls that Miss Harriet Wel- and provided, and the coveted docu- from Nick McDowell, Jr., of Danville. ' Cait. James Garrard, ton of Gen lington Guiscock bus secured for her was soon In Mr. Smalloy's posses- son of too late commissioner oi agriT. T. Garrard, who commands a com Oltl Maid s Convention to be hold at ment and $3.70 Iff. sion. Tho knot was neatly tied In tho culture, and his photograph '"1 puny recently stationed in Fort Hobln Walton's, Oiwm House, Mnv .'Id. presence of Mrs Allen and Mr. Cloyd in money. The Cincinnati papers say Kj New Helts, New P:ir.'iok. 'M son. Nub , orders his paper sent till Already the entertainment is creating ami when wore diamond and tho couple returned to Junction she In further orders to Chickamauga Park. much interest and it promises to be tho City and $1 then went to Hurrodsburg, sho untcred the hotel was ' Ga., to which otnt hfs roglmonl hits ovent of the season. the height of the fashion whore wo hope they will lind life to559 buen ordered. Tho letters she desired published Tn Tinea H. it I), it. i: , through D. gether a long and happy day. THE ladles of the L. O. L. Club, say we're evidently a lot of lovo letters . ?.VJ the Lobanon Falcon, very delightfully G. I'M wards, pusiongors trallie manu reports as to They contained no address and all but There tiro dltlorent unturtalnod the vUltlng gnosis nt the ger, announces that W. W. Punn has w'hut occurred betwuon Gov. McCieary one had the signature torn otl. The of Miss Lucia M. McAfee, buen appointed traveling passenger pretty homo and John B. Thompson at Danville, one on which tho signature was intact one of the members of the club, on agent of that company, with headquar Ky., February Ills territory but all agree that the governor came was dated at Danville, Monday evening Mis Pearl Hurnsldo ters til Junction City. 2$, 1SIS, and is signed "Nick McDowwill embrace Kentuoky, Tennessee and out at the big ond of tho horn. One was one of the guests on honor. ! statement is that the governor said in ell, Jr." It road as follows: "Will be adjacent country. for a little while: will his rejoinder that "Mr. Thompson has out LOCAL HAPPENINGS. IN our notice of the death of Mrs. told so many lies on mo" and that Mr. come about (3:.".0 or 7 o'clock, and will Will cover more sp.iee und Kllu lSvans wo noglocted to say that it Thompson threatened to hit him with go wherever you say. Yours, itc, Nick Let Dunks ropatr that witoh. occurred lit Mrs. Kate Miller's, where say 1 Ho." Thereupon McDowell, Jr." The other letters Kaim.y oed notntoos at A. B Flor fihe had been for nearly a year and a gavel, "If you Gov. McCreary calmly put his hand In tho love letters aro apparently In 'the anoo's. whuro she received the closest atten- his hip pocket and faced Thompson same handwriting. They nro in the ONION Sets and Garden Soods at tion. Tho family eortuinly owe Mrs. saying as Gilbert jumped between, usual stylo of love letters and contain D Miller a debt of gratitude for all she them, "Mr. Thompson, sit down. I lis- avowals of the most lasting and fervent Than any othei upon this market. We Invite full Inspection. A full stock of Warren A: Shanks' did for thulr relative. to you and you must listen to devotion. Tho writer speaks of her as tened NICE new lino of trlmmud hats and his "own sweetheart," and refers to mo." Another Stole Switer. John Goopp, a governor said: report has It thatI tho plans for their future. He upbraids Miss Llcclo bonnotd for Saturday. en"Now It is said, German, was placed in jail Wednesday Beazley. tered into a conspiracy with Mr. Fvans, her for past sins, and says that ho will - r afternoon in default of $li0 ball for Is a lie." forgive her If sho will swear to be true THE Old Maid's convention at Hus- breaking Into the cheese hou&u of D. n republican; I say that that jumped to his feet and to him In the future. Tho writer also ton vlllo, was a notable success, artistic- Levin, tho peddler, and appropriating Mr. Thompson suites that while they "can never bo ally and financially, the beautiful old somo of his Switzer. Both parties live grabbed up a book thut lay on the more to each other than they aro now," girls covering themsclues all ovor with in tho Ottonhcim section and Goepp is speaker's table and said' "Do you mean ho always expects to be true to her. runglory. pretty hard on Levin, whom ho terms to cull mo a liar?" Gov. McCreary, . . ning his hand down Into his right front Mr. McDowell denies that he wrote to Jew and bad man.'1 U. Schnnzon-bac- h Qeoroe ItowsEY was Indicted for "a at lirst went Goepp's bond but for pant's pocket, quietly replied: "I did tho girl und says ho mot her only, inciDandentally. Ho is sure that tho photo1 tho murder of Francis Klror at somo reason decided later to let him not say that you wore a liar, said tho graph is not his. Rumors are however ville last Monday and his trial set for lay In jail till circuit court. charge was a lie." "I was Informed this court, but It will not bo hold unso," said Mr. Thompson. "Then your afloat that McDowell was accustomed less the defendant desires it. Dismissed. John Herzog, a Swiss, Informer was a liar," By this time to visiting tho girl secretly, that ho In love with her and really Mr. Gilbert hud gotten to Thompson was deeply 50 per cwt Corn Chop " THE Louisville Storo sent John L. had his wife and his sons, William Timothy Hay, lead him expected to marry her. and Warren Atherton, the hitter's and took hold of his arm to 25 per bu. 45 " " Chicken Feed Mixed Hay Hay to Wllmoro Wednesday, where he wife and Mack Baugh arrested on Tho Advocate says that the doceuscd Clover Hay the back to his chair. After quiet was re COAL. 4: " " more took ordorh for n half dozen or chargo of larceny tho other day, but at stored Mr. McCreary resumed speak was about 2.") years old. Sho was u 10 " " Kalis Branch Lump Ill per bu. suits for tho students of Asbury Col- the trial before Squire J. A. Slnjrlcton, ing. Ho explained that ho referred to daughter of tho late Dr. J. II. McAfee, Millet 10J " " 28" " JellicoLump Straw selling a lot of shirts, etc. lege, bcsldos M at Highland, Tuesday, tho caso was tho authorities quoted by Mr. Thomp a native of Mercer county, but later u Feed Oatj 10 " JOpcrbu. Jellico Nut ho was " 10 ' THE attention of those who wish to dismissed. Herzog married thu widow son, rather than to Mr. Thompson, i esldent of Hopkins county. Special prices on both feed and coal In Corn 70 per cwt largo quantities. try their hand at turnpike repairing Is Clymer, but falling to get along with when he used tho words objected to. an attractive young woman. Tho sym- Shipstuir can bo touchcalled to tho advertisement to contrac- him, sho loft him and with tho above "But," ho said, "I want It understood pathy of ovory heart that will go out to those who tors In another column. Tho spcollica-tlon- s named carried away n portion of the that I am In this race to stay, und am ed by sorrow and aro not very hard incut, canned fruit, somo dishes, itc, ablo to take care of myself at all times mourn her death. Tho remains were uro given which the old man claimed. and under any and uil circumstances." brought 1011116 city. to till. I m It is To pay cash for all kinds of country produce' Hiram Powell, Landukth's seeds In paper and bulk. Gilberts Creek. New and fresh. W. II. McHobcrts. NEW Wall Paper of tho latestspring We have sonic extra pood clover hay styles. at 15c per J00 pounds. J. II. Haugh-mn- n chaser. Prices made to suit the purW. B. Meltobcrts. & Co. , Wanted Mlii:5 iDo You Know ? Sd1&l'JVrli2i'A'i'A&JMHmi mi fciwfcuTTi m Wi ii 'I ' i l; If gfll 1 it i 1 1 1 1 nt m P W. H. v SHANKS m lsgggjaig I - ulec-lion- IFIIIQ IS HEBE I PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ti m " - T nt CRAIG & HOCKERS, t j - WMwmmimmMxmmMm I SILK BARGAINS. .- y, ti lj pi HA - s T nine-poun- d BLACK GOODS ! I FOR SKIRTS. m m i -- 1 to-d.- iy l i New Ties, New Kid Gloves, i i ear-ring- s, dro-sse- severance: & sons. I! 1JI a MASTIC MIXED PAINT m WEAR : LONGER, n r Lead. Oil And Colors Also In Stoek. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A GOOD THING TO KNOW- -: Our Prices. 1 JJ I) v i Cly-m- er 1 M J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. n .;. w mmrncnxMrr, tfm (liSAamdBm uj J IHHHC9?K4H9HMnHMiHMHHMftrFnP pptFtrfrvr ii BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rvLTslloJioiTMBoicxye AT Mrs. Sophia Sheldon died nt Akron, O., ns the result of a oat bite received a week a before. a.a.&X'xid.a-v-- S2 3? Kit YJflAlt 13 W When not so paid 32. CO I.S 3 A.3-) will le charged. I f ! hi N If if i 1 hi ' 1 J S1 W flirt Piiii.nn THE POPULAR , head of the company that is building it. Low rates are ofQ. cc C. Roi'TE. ' nH-ntnMr. J. E. Carson has gone to Paris, fered us follows; t iriMQU MM Texas, on business. Mr. A. B. Bastin Meeting Kentucky Stuto Medical is going to move his saw mill to town Association, May&ville, Ky., May 11, anu put it on the base ball grounds, to 12 and 13. and meetlnj; Knights Maysvillo, week of May 10. the regret of the boys of town who play urn i. (Agents in Kentucky only will sell.) Mrs. H. D. Campbell and daughter, Travelers' Protective Association, of Louisville, are visiting her parents, Tennessee Division, Jackson, Tcnn.. Dr. and Mrs. Fettus. Mrs. J. R. Brooks April has returned from a very pleasanMislt (Agents in Tennessoo only will bell.) a. Harrodsburg Col. J. W. Guest, of W01r.au 'a Foreign Missionary SocieDanville, was In town a couple of days ty M. E. Church South, Chattanooga, this week. Several railroad men will April bring their families to Crab Orchard Tenn., In Tennessee only will sell.) (Agents to spend the summer and get the benefit of the good water. A wise woman once said that there Mrs. M. K. Pollock has sufficiently were three follies of men that alwuys KM recovered to come to the home of her amused her. The first was to climb a T.FW WW fa daughter, Mrs. Joseph Pleasants. Mrs. tree to shake fruit down, when if thoy A. II. Bastin and Mrs. James Stephens would wait long enough the fruit would visited their children who are in school full down. The second was to go to m ut Lexington, this week. Joe Newland ! war to kill each other, when if they Ki!.ii:i.iirrn. SaTal A., Chtcniro. XtSriSttHjs0 l .IMI.llAfnv. gone to Now Haven to work for the would wait loug enough they would all has e Htf'fl L. & N. Mr. Gill White, of ManchesLtittktf frits1 '.A., die natural deaths. The third la that IIIIIIIIIMIIIIJIIMIIIII- I- . 4 ter, Ih again visiting in Crab Orchard. they should run after the women, when frtfrltfrfrtfrttfrltfrfrtfrj The magnet Is a beautiful Manchester if they did not do so the women would Belle, visiting hero. run after them. im to er. George Baker was ItOUEUT FISH, me. We wove boys together and I Is The his loved him. James Howard met him in ! to War bctwoon piano dealers has forced tne standcrack barber, now back at rudy old In Mrs. KglH'rt'ftstore-ruoto buj iiiv goods dlriH't from tint factories the road, when Baker had been on tin shave and haircut! All and pay Ht cash, .md that Is why I sell a glvo you a good piano for less money than It caul? had needing work should call on him. He errand of peace. Baker was unauned, to any eatth Pianos from My order of the tourt, tllm'tltii; SStiO.where on ?S6 ami up. fall on 880 ad- mo to please j ou. Crab Orchard, Ky. M and shot Howard had a Winchester Pcl the Turnpikes of the county to be let out In dress, Organs J. i? ItRKD. Stanford.or ICv(s) Baker, while he was begging for mer- section from 2 to ' tulles to the 1oe-.- and BOUND TO SELL cy. Baker lived 24 hours and prayed iksI bidder, sealed hliK will be received by the rUi'iil Court of Lincoln County for All those Malta Cultivators, all the time for Howard. When a jus- motalliip niul repairing the turnpikes of All those Hall bearing Deorlng mowers, ELL. tice of the peace wanted Baker to make Lincoln County, which In to lucludu ditch-lu- p All thoso Kail beating Docring hinders, anil keepliijj 1.111110 open, repairing and In Dealers nn nftldavlt asralnst Howard, Baker re All those nice working Deering liny kecnluc open tho culvert , repairing und fused, saylug: '"Poor Jim killed mo runtuttilnluj? the bridge- - thereon, till bliU to takes, All those neat looking hugglen. for nothlmr, but he would have a hard be tiled on or before All those solid Oak Miitt Furniture, time anyway without him making any ZMZ.A.-Z- " Order Otllce and IVoil Kxclmnge near RailAll those croH rowing corn plainer. road Crossing, Depot St.. Stanford. Ky case against him." All of those nt I). L. C VKI'KKTKH'S. Yard. Mill St.. lately J Baker prayed till the last for himself niul the contract to expire Jan. 1st. lsi. Coal satisfaction Uuamiiteed. Uustonville, Ky. Jan. m first class and his assassin. His last words were: All metal shalllUlUcloutly tinedurable ut Its broken to pins "That Christ died for man and he had greatest diameter through n two Inch ring. vol to bo free from dirt and sand, aud lira died for his boys." His death was a shall be spread not less than 3 Inches deep shock to every one who was acquainted mid olx feet wide, both classes of metal to MRS. U. D.SIMl'SON, l'roi . Imj furnished by the contractor And each with him. so let "anil contracted for shall Iw : Kentucky. Now as to any one else being killed section maintained by the contractor up to the Lancaster, Is bosh, and as to Bal Howard's family charter iiecltlcatlous of the turnpike on Newly furnished, clenn beds; splendid located, which each section kept being pestered, Bal swore out warrants tree iront run, utilesIs mill pool,shall le ro.tu table. Everything s Porters 12 02 am 21am 837,500. No. 3 " ine S 182pm No. 5 " 1131am " 6 " trains. against some of the Baker boys and bed to bo rounded sous to prevent water meet 8 20pm No. 9 " 600am "10 " George Portwood, who cowardly others. I sat and heard every witness from standing or running thereon, and In No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further no Instance al'owed tocut through the murdered Richard Perkins, a paralytic, testify and thero was not one speck of metal, nor to c nnv section be received than Junction City. SPRING, 1898. will OP BROOKLYN. in Lexlneton, last week, Is atllicted evidence against any of the accused as where tho Is visible All metal shall le spread bv the cont rapt with insomnia and is afraid to to remain to the killing of Wlls Howard and Story or, nnil work received or rejected bv the Royal make the food pure, alone in his cell. and the court discharged them all. Countv Judge anil Magistrate In whoso dis- , : wholesome and delicious The L. & N. passenger depot at the James Howard, who murdered Georgo trict the section Is located. All of snld pike-even thing The Hlue shall ln laid oif In sections of from two to for Orchard,(lras Nurseries offerNo Agents. corner of Mill and Water streets, Lex- Baker, went to Manchester and told live mllts onfch, each to Ik. uumbereil Garden, Lawn Co., Scotland. general nursery Catalogues ington, is tho oldest building in the the county judge and sheriff what he from the end of came nearest Strawberry andto on application KOUNDliD 1HOO. world used for a passenger station. It had done and then remained lu town Stanford, ami each bidder can bid separateV IIILLF.NMKVF.U. ly for as main of said sections as he oos Telephone 2K II tlO'.' Ilngton. Kv. was built in 1S33. for one hour and came very near shoot- limner, but ruii.st designate tho section. Tho bidding shall le bv sections. All bids must Auditor Stone says the receipts of ing two other unarmed men. Then at 1kj , R. B. 12 o'clock m., Moy l. Jsus. the Frankfort penitentiary for the his own leisure he got on his horse and Thetiled before Court reserves the right to reject any ANHlltP. KV. month of March exceeded the expendi- I learn Is now In Harlan county. Noef-fo- r.ntl all bids. The contractor shall glvoUmil to the Commonwealth for tho lcucilt of the tures by $5,093.03. For the past nine ."ILoulsvlllo. Ky., was made to make an arrest. I County, approved security to I. approved months the deficit has been smaller, he write this as I know what I am saying bv the riscui court ami auosieu iy mo C. County Judge lu at least double the amount says, than lor many years. nnd I have been on the ground and of the value of the work to be done anil con- AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN & Ohio will on June The Chesapeake talked to all tho parties and heard all ditioned lor tho faithful performance of the or sections 1 put on the seventh steamship of its the evidence. I think as there has been work lu maintaining the section for during The Liulies Ktaurnnt i ihv tlnoi In lleet. This will be the Rapidan, which so many talcs told and such little truth contracted owned and the required bytime contracted the the city. Kvery convenienco for Indies The The roads POWDER lias just been completed In the London that I wish to make this statement that County for which bids will be rvelvvd are flpending the day in the city follows: Absolutely Pure ship yards, and It is larger than any of all parties may be placed lu the proper ns stunfoMl, l)l ltlver. Garranl County Cientluncu's Cufu on olllcc lloor. Stanford, Kv., tho others owned by the company. und White Oak Turnpike road conipaiiy light. All quiet up to this time. THOMAS A. MULLICAN, containing 5, miles. Moreluud and CarFrank Lyons, living near HuntingWood Lvttle. Manager. penters station 4 miles. Klugs tile and Ih Receiving his And ton, W. Va., was fearfully beaten by LATER:-B- OY Pleasant Point 3 miles, s'tattfort! and LoNEW YORK. KILLED. ROYAl POftOM CO., Music - Tuejduv, TnursJ.iy umlSu tul.tr gans Creek from Its Intersection at the whltecaps, after which his hands and Evening. VHntcr GoocIh. Stanford and Crab Orchard pike Dora, April IS. I write you again lt any. the x)rtloii lu the town of excluding feet were tied and he was placed In a Kowland A. S. PRICE, skltf on the Ohio. He was towed to today because there has been another to the limits of the City of Stanford. Goods Warranted. mid Carpenters Creek I miles exshore at Portsmouth, O., more dead boy killed, Chas. Wooten, who was cluding (M)rtlon In llustoiivllle, llustouvllle Surgeon Fit Guaranteed. arrested for the killing of Howard and and llradfordsvllle M, miles excluding than alive. Dentist, TINNING & PLUMBING, Give Him a Call. of Ilustonvlllo, Stanford aud LancasWill Glllts, a colored man of Hen- Story and was tried for tho same. I portion lu ter Stanford, Ky. derson, states that a boy whom he rais- heard the trial. He proved that he was CitynH, miles, excluding the and Crab the RD.KY., STA N FO of Stanford. Lancaster JOIIW I). CAttLKMAX, ,(1. LiXIIAH. excluding the xrtlon lu the town of ed, James Gillis, was lost on the U. S. 12 miles from the place of the killing Office orer McIUiberts' Dru' Store In theKOwsley Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing 11 mviiie ana S. Maine, and that he has received and could uot have jwsslbly had any Crnh Orchard. A, miles, lxirtloti withincrab and Tlnultig. Sole propriotors of Dean's Unildlng. Orchard, excluding the the from the department at Washington a hand In It. Wooten was acquitted on corporate limits of Stanford. How laud and Hlnck Iilniucintl Hoof Taint . Telephone No. J. Mill Crab Orchard, I Hi miles. Hovle mid Lin V), residence AShop onMill St.. oppslto voucher for SoO and also a letter inquir- the 10th and went home where he had coin 2Vj mile. TurnoMvllle. McKluuey Sta- II. Ilaughiuuii Co.'s XXR. ing whether or not 85,000 would be suf- been living, and on the next day. ho tion a ne Cotfeys Mill 0 miles. Hanging I'ork r ficient indemnity for the loss of his got a boy to take him npiece and bring anil Ureeu KlvcrJ miles, liaiivnie, nix INSURANCE COMPANY and Lancaster 3, miles, Stanford and the horse back, as ho was going to Knob Lick adopted son. miles. Staiiford niul Otteu- Mrs. Nellie Marshall McAfee, widow leave to get away from tho trouble, but helm TS miles, Stanford and Halls liiip KS OK LIVERPOOL. anil Pronchersvllle 5 mlbw. of the late Capt. J. J. McAfee, of Lou- when he was about five miles from miles, s'tanford Mllledgcvlllo T mile. Uuh Stanford and HBn J; rTgwFr isville, died suddenly In Washington of home, he passed Sid Baker aud James Hranch ft miles, Crab Orchard and Chnp-tielLHALUK 1N tKirtlon lu Gap paralysis. She was a daughter of the Shackelford. Shackelford was ono of j. ,....i I miles, excluding..'.. i ,i.... Crab, .., ,n...i .1 i "tteiitJut. : Stanford, : Ky. . B3RBEE i.niii-siiiiCaSTLEML rciiarii. molilalia late Judge Humphrey Marshall and the Howard partv and Baker was a son miles. Turiiorsvlllo, tinu McCormiicks Church OlHce on Lancaster street at Residence. MANAUKIIS, of Bal Howard. After Wooten and ICnob Lick !H miles, llustouvllle and was throughout Kentucky as a poetess and authoress. One son, had passed Baker and Shackelford, two Mc Kinney Station 'iA tulles. IIKLM. II. Commerce Building, Louisville. men came up by the name of Clark und J. P. HAILEV. Julius, survives her G. li.COOPKIt, Agent Throughout the outb. had come on About McKnlght was convicted asked how the trial Oommltt.-eIn Louisville of vlolat- - this time Baker says, "I will follow nn thi-ncounts This AjirUSO. lt". VT. inr tho nntlnnnl h.inklnc Ijiws. He Wooten and see which way he goes." - D o Local Agent, Gp yjj", went to Louisville a few years ago with He soon overtook Wooten and remark9 jjK but little capital and no acquaintance, ed: "This is a nice day." Wooten reSTANFORD, KY. Kentucky. Stanford, but In a remarkably short tlmo he be- plied, "Yes, people ought to be plant37 came president of the German Nation- ing corn." Baker was just behind Combined bay stallion. 10 hands high. HirCo al Bank and also of the Germanla Wooten when he shot him in the back, ed bv Abdullah Messenger, ho hy Mesiongor Farmers i'lOV,. Chief, slru of Maud p- Trust Company and then rode a high the ball coming out In the stomach. Kngllsh Hunter s dam by Ienny'n Dren-noj&. 01' STANroitl. KV, he by Imported Dren'tiou horse In republican municipal affairs. After Wooten fell from hi horse, he I will stand Kngllsh Hunter the season of $200,000 OC From all accounts he should have been fired one shot at Baker, but missed. IpOS, at my stable three mllos from Shelby Paid up Capital, 17,603 80 Wooten, City, 011 the Knob Lick and Tiiinersvllle Surplus, Baker emptied his pistol at In the pen years ago. Tin: clothlug. Wooten Is still plko at 3ft to Insure a living colt, money duo riddling his when colt Is foaled or mare purled with. Ml! II '(J are (Warier, Hy irorltorn of lis CRAB ORCHARD. alive.buthnsnochunce to live. The docfullr iirotts?ltsl as arv leiHwtlwr in atlollaI IWuiki, (iii liable to lu khareholder brln held Imllrliluallr lliciulu at tors are afraid to go to see him and he Messrs. Evans, Holmes and ThompUi extent of lliu aiinmiilo( tliflr .link An I Dealer in Is laying without attention. Wooten is th sir value thtrtsjf, luadilitlon to tlicamount rnNKTICATry son sold to the Williamsburg Roller I will also stand one Hue Jack H hands in iueh th.irt. li way art as exMiitnr. a good boy and tried to avert trouble. Inch high, weighs l.uixi pounds, black with fully a tr'its, Ac.,a theo who an tndlritlual EAPvNESS, SADDLERY, iC. Mills Co 700 bushels of wheat at SI. h sired by the great Chuinplou He was an orphan and all the good peo- whlto Tt'liilitiUKO'ir thankfilo EIGHT GREAT STATES TheL. & N. Railroad has placed ple sympathize with him. I visited Jnck. point, ICInf. wIiom repututlon a a tboir Uutlnvss to u, e Iru.t they will eutittnut rum STANFORD. KY loilono, and we oiler aa Kuamuttefur l brvudar known far and nonr. boarding cars at Crab Orchard'and exKentucky. Tciitiowi'o. Virginia, GiwrRla loiaiuiiour Mear' exn)iliir In Banktho wounded man after his friends had Hob Tail s dam by Levi IliihbloV Prince. .North and r?outb Carolina. pects to do quite a lot of Improving on carried him three miles through the Itewentber Prlnco was the ulro of Joe llluck-bur- u ing and ai liberal aceunuuvdatloM atari coiwl.tcnl Alabama. MNnllii. with Hound banking. ami HrlgnollK. which Mr. lliibblooould tltRRCTOKS. tint? $ this section during the summer. SJnk tM? woods on a frame to keep him from be- have sold at one time for?4.000. Joe Itlack-bur- n We are soon to have unothor tele- ing assassinated, and he can not llvo J. J. Wllllami, Ml Vrnnn; alone brought l.VOO at the mle. W. II. Cnwuitiw, rrwebnTrlli phone line that will go from here to Hob Tall will iiiaku the sea son of IsOsut J. H. Uwley, J. H Ovriler.br., Sleeping Wood Lyttlk. till tomorrow. T .T Si to Insure a living colt. II. Skau.i. A ij n Wllltam (iMMCh, well-know- n Harry Ewlnp, aped H, Is in trouble If , at Bowling Grcon for forcing his aunt's HUE namo to a check In part payment for a bicycle. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Kight Klondikors from Dawson nr Trains leaTe Stanford at 7 10 a ui , returnlug rived at Tacoma, Wash., Tuesday, nt 4: Jo i'. in. bringing 200,000 in gold dust, nuggets knoxvillTdTvision. and drafts. 12 37 p m No. 21 Train going North After a service of GO years in the 3 13 am " No. 28 " 12 10 a in pulpit, Rev. G. B. Foley, a Baptist " South No. 23 " " 127pm ' No. 23 " preacher, died at his. home In Knox ForalllPolnts. county Tuesday. IIO'KJH TICK17TS SOLI). One of the heaviest rains that ever MAOUA15E CHECKED THHOUGH. fell in North Texas, poured down Mou Kor any lnformatlou enquire o! day, delavinjr trains by the washouts JOE S. NICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. and doing much damage. son of Georgo Doyle, tho AMD CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT Constable Luke Doyie, who was run VIA GEOKULTOWN. over by a train near Willlamstown, A. M r. M. A. M, . u. and whose legs were cut on, died. Arl255 2,00 I.Te. Somerset, 85 8 20 "1131 " Jet. City, 3 IS The Georgetown Street Railway and 6 SO 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lv 9 35 3 00 Ice plant were sold by Special Commis" 6 SO Frankfort, 0 1155 5 SO sioner Glenn, by order of the court. C. 8 40 5 10 Arr I'arls Dill y except Sunday H. Williams was the buyer for $29,000. P. A. C. D.UEIICAW.G. A public spirited citizen of Atlanta QUEEN & CRESCENT. bought the cyclorama of the battle of Atlanta and presented lt to the city. Tralus paw Junction City a follows. 3 51 p m The painting No. 1 South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North of tho cyclorama cost 3 " 4 " 5TI pH k I The court of appeals rovcrsed Fields, who held that tho Louisville school census act was unconstitutional. Some automatic brakes have been put Into use on railroads, the fatalities have fallen from 2.7:27 In ISM to 1,732 .Tudjre lu 1S97. Hi. "A lie to tho living and a libel upon TO CONTRACTORS. tho dead," said Senator Foraker of tho DAD STATE OF AFFAIRS, Hl'T NOT AS Rids rooort of tho Spanish court of Inquiry for the will bo received to April IS, ntutnoon, building of tlio New Church Mt UAD AS REPORTED. Into tho Maine disaster. Morltih. Tor further Information, duns nnd speclllciiUom, nddrosi. Manchester, April 17. Dear Sir: .1. 1). HASTIN, "Swell. Ivy. I was reading an I see In your paper an account of tho Colic, Cholera and advertisement of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy In tho Wor dlihVulty betwoen the Bakers and How- cester Enterprise'receutlv, which leads mo to write ards, which Is not correct by any his. f pan truthfully ay I neuTtited any reme- DR. R. hare ncv. means. So far one man by tho name dy equal to It for colic and diarrhoea, er had to me more than oneor two dop to cure of Wilson Howard was killed; also ono the wort iae wall myelf or ihlldren. W A HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Bart Story was also killed by unknown Stkoii I'tipomoLo City, Md Kor sale by ( UAHi SURGEON, parties and Bal Howard was slightly A MlK'Kl.ll lruls. wounded. Ono James Howard, son of Stanford, - - Kentucky. Bal Howard, assassinated Georgo BakOlllcijover lllgglusA. McKlnnev's ttore er, a prominent lawyer of Manchester, CLAY COUNTY FEUD. ' MRS- - KITTY :jvc KING, CRAB OnCHAHD. KY. M. PHGLPS, 1 Markets, nnd hns brought' with her ft choice selection of nil the novelties of the season. An inspection of hor ock is solicited. For hutching. EGGS. Laiigshnn, Hronrc Turkeys, Hrnliinns niul 50c, $1 ill llrst-elnss Has just luturncd from the x nsriEiR'sr Illuck Llslit f.f per who was (12 yoars old. and a peace mak- TURNPIEB tutting of 13 PurostocK. Shelby ( ity, Ky. I. S. Tvis, CONTRACTORS ATTENTION t m 1 - NO 66 SON, Hlgglu-stand1 Coal, Corn And Hay, 9, 1898, lime-.ston- , e, Mason Hotel WS tirnt-clnn- FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company FHENIX 1 half-sol- o Trees, Plants, Vines. Caledonian of Insurance Pif BAK1NQ rt LOUISUILLB HOTEL MAHONY, Agt H. RUPLEY, BAKU. Merchant Tailor, Fall Ilus-tonvll- lo J. T. -- or-tl- on Jones, t). W. 3. FEOTsnr, 31-- tf Klv-e- T"-- i A. C. SINE, ls well-know- n in-la- w J.C.cGtAW Bm, L U M B IE M9 5 er . English Hunter. Mossi-ngor SASH AND DOORS, BanMTmst A. THIBBIiX, asgv n. Soutnem Railway UNDERTAKER! BOB TAIL. 1 11 jrtsmiptat-tontio- n tHnHnM ItpvwX wXK nifialrtl 10 It. P. POUT.LL. S ''t I !(.!, WOOLj ! market prlo. pounds of Wool wanted. Highest See me before ' u sell. J. s lin II. IlooN'E. Stanford, Ky. 50.40(1 J. J. .. K. r.mhry, LrftB, J. . Through Hotiu-i- Cars P. Cwl A. V. N. Mtui'ftfe CjsiBtiri 1a)uNvIIU and tho S. II. Shank, J. H. OwMsy orriceitt rrnkltnlj Caahlar, W. M THKEE IJAILV TRAINS ilrlulil TDller Tom-plur- s, Kacb wiiy W A. botwwn I.ouUvlllound Ulni;toii. W. J. T. SXTTTOiXT, - " FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANTOUD, KY. Wiiifliln-Ki- n. TUltlC. O. I'. A.. II. TAVI.OR. A. G. I'. Loulsvlllo, Ky. I. O. 27-2'- J. ttustonville, Undertaker, Kentucky 23-2- VAT t jtt?tM VVw VI Ii I baited Contcderzte Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Sons, and other Organizations. 61.00 a Olferi hUscrrlctss to the imuiiIo ut Wut Uncoln Attention ol the public Is called to Hip (art that nnd Casey roiiiitk . Full Ktuck of Coilinaand Ck- etsnlwaysuu hand. thin is the only National Uauk In Stanford. UnUS U. S.. Carieuter. Manager, der tho pniwslous ol tlio National Hank Act depositors are K'i'tnel not only by tho capital Mock, . ... I... ..... ...v. t.i.l.li.i-- ' ... niiu.iinl llul.llltt- - litw m.m...uumi ,it,".,.,j Ulll oy Hit, fsiualtn theatuck to that diHmltoriofthilintltii-iloiiureiiciire.lb- y a fund ol JAO.IKX). I'lve iworn tntementi ol tho cnuditioiiol the Hank ore made l?7" rzrrrsx, t each year to the fulled btatt-- (luteriiincnt and ita J A" asseli are examiiied ut alatcd time hy goTeriiiiiriit amenta, tlius Mcurln',! additional and jsirtts'l aatet, todriKxitura. Thli Institution orUlnally established ns tho He posit Hank of Stanford In 1b6.s, thun reoivuulzeU at tho National Hank ofSlanlonl la l(i atiilaalo National Hank of Stanford at the l existNA8HVIt.t.E, TEHN. In ISnl, has had prncttcall an ence for 35 yearn. It is better ttipplUsl now wit, facilities for tranMt lliitf bunlness iiromptlv aud libOKFICIAI.r,Y nnPRESItNTS erally than brer before in lis long aud lionurnble raroer. Areotinta of fndUIJuals, liduolarles, Uriut Capital Stcck 2100,000. Surplus, $15,750 "BIG itot'Ti:. .The All J' riinnirn lt't I.lncto.iiiil l'roiu 4 ' rk' J)i - Veteran. Two Jm'v o AT TOLEDO AMD DETROIT In .Michigan. a CHICAGO. White City Hcst Terminal uiiliit-mi.ts- ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel station. BOSTON. Wagner fcleeplngjCara. atd indlrldualttoliclled. K. Held, Lincoln Co.: W. V. UIKBCTORS Xtttfrjtfrtfritfrtfrjtfrjtfrjtfrit Jbtf?itfrjtfrtfrjtfrjtfrtfrH - t 4 wwwtltfrHtfrMtfrttfrjfrfrjtj Chattanooga's spring carnival will be Gen. Miles has appointed Brlgedier ij an. j . u. urecKinriuiro on n s sta r as ' held May ."1, 4 nod 5. Daldur King of chief of the Inspection department. Joy, will ente.- U . city on May .1, - ytsr. Sasiplej, Four Two-Ce- nt St2o9 ' A. Trlbble, J.H.Collier.Crah Oroh'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon altou V. S.T. llarrit, " J. S. Hoeker, M, h. II. H.mtjliiiiaii, T P. Hill. J.W. Haydvn, Stanford NEW YORK. Uutlet I'arlor Cars, Wanner Sleeplni; Cars, I'rlfal Coiupartiiieut Cars, Coach aud Dlu ing uara. i:i.-ga- " ti.tlmore, buniora. sri-cw- - A. CUNNINGHAM, Ki""Ctiom lit Cluba vrlti this Paoej S, OFFICERS. J, S. U)tlter,Vreildent: A. A. McKluuey, J. J. Mallolierta CnsliU He sure your ticket read via "HIO rOH't" h. u.TlcCOHMICK, WAltllKNM. LYNCH Tratllo Mgr Ass. 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