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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898042601 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. r SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. CHURCH CHATTER. LANCASTER. r ii I 1 Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APHIL 20. 1898. MATRIMONIAL NO. 15 m r u!. It hau beun suggested that thu turn-E- . K Estill Green and Miss Minnie Tho General Conference of the M. Hodses, each 17, were murrled ut Church. South, moots in lhUliinoro plko raiders go out to fight Spain, as ihu-- are already drilled and organized. 5, , Ajtty Guorge Aldridge shot at John d Mr. Thomas MucGregor denies the Tho annual sermon to the Faculty (!) . 'l d wis hold by Judge Mrown to engagement of hib daughter, Miss students of Stanford Female Colanswer the oharge of malicious shoot-f,tC'hastlno MacGrogor, to Mr. Ernct Tliu Thri'o GmM- which clnnctorlze our Mioi Hre lego will bo preached on Sunday. Juno Sprague- .- Louisville Tlmos. by Rov. J. K. Smith, of Richmond. Ig at tho next term ofjtlio circuit We learn that Will Hester, son o The llfth annual Conference of the eourt. Roth parties are colored. $! T, any friends of Capt. Louis the popular dlstlllor, Henry Hosier, Union, of Kpworth II Kentucky State Tlie fit well, wir long and look weil a long (is tliev mar In mldltlon t and Ml-- s Long, daughter of William will bo held at Lexington dram will bo glad to learn that he bus to tlii'M? three graces, thuro is uNo Low I'rl'-u- . Alvnj cull on us. Indl- - bright prospects for securing a highly Long, will be married evenMay tl, 7 and 8, and from present - honorable and lucrative position, but I ing at 0. cations It will bo the largest denomlnaMats. Furnishings, Trunks, Valises. W. W. Church, 21, married Mrs. tlonal gathering ever held In Ken- - ain not at liberty to state tlnPnature of I lno omploymuut. Mary Matthews, (10, nt Huntington, tuoky. V W. Va , nnd as the old woman has : Thcro will bo no servicer at tho 13j- - The word "If Is more In demand ; 'llie Lead ngMioe ami lurnimnj,' House, DAK VILLE KY. ffi $100,000 In her own right, we can see list church Sunday. Tho pastor and a than any word In tho English language members will attend iho In such expressions as "If I were good many where he Is right. Hughes Brouston. son of Senator dedicatory services of the Preachers- - younger," or, "If I had better health," Gq to I):mvllle as son :is josslb o hiuI sno t'u Handsomest Line of Charles J. Bronston, of Lexington, and vlllo church, the sermon for which will or.'If I had some one to stay with my Miss Edith Alexander, daughter of be preached by Rov. W. F. Harvey, of family, I would go to war." Senator Farrls is at home, after an Banker George Alexander, of Paris, Louisville. eloped to Jeffereonvlllo, where they Tho Quarterly Conference for this absence of several weeks In the FIRST VOL- - were married. will convene at Danville this est of his house. James A. Heazlcy has LINCOLN COFNTV-U.NTEER J. Frank Hnynes, a widower of 73, In the Latet Colorings Beds, Miss, Grceo and New Blue uier sliovrn In thS State. Alf morning. The church delogates from returned from Cincinnati with his so the I'luust of New was 'married at Bellefontaine, O., to aro Revs. W. S. Grlustead and J. j ploma from Clark' Embalming School, HK.VKV HOW'AN SALTLKY. Mrs. Ruby Wlshard, Ci. Their chilM. Matthews and Dr. C. A. Cox; tho and Is now prepared to engage in The iNTHlilOit JOL'it.VAI. furnishes school, Mosdumea J. A. Allen deruklng. tho llrst volunteer for Lincoln county. dren together number 13, all are sinUov J"1(l! n- - McCreary and Hon. wl'll p ty yon to see and knoT how nnd S. P. Stagg. Cheaply Mr. Satitley, who in a son of .Judire nnd gle nnd will live with the aged couple. Ev.ir made south of thu Ohio Itlvor. The trip quarterly meeting for Stanford G. G. Gilbert are here and Hon. John Mrs. M.C. Saulley,and has been in this Alfred Norroll, 00. got tho consent of you can Handsomely Decorate Your House. You will fine tho latest strips for palming Tho houses, and all Information freely giten. will bo held at7::t0 Friday night, 2th, H. Thompson Is expected this, Monday, olllce for four years, enlisted in Capt. Mrs. Bettle Gillum, HI, of Louisville, g morning It a. M. Saturday and .:.JU ssununy and a Hownnu a general Sam M. Duncan's Co. A.. First Ken- to marry him, but when he went on the Window Shades, All Kinds Paints, Uarnishes, of oratory will lw the order night; ut MoKcndree Saturday nltsht, j tucky Voluuteers.at Lancaster, Sunday, street to beg for the money with which Window Glass nnd Paint Brushes and Art M.itrrUl at morning May 1, at oi me uay. it Is rejtorted that Col. T. and on tho advice of friends went to which to buy the license, the humane 30th, and Sunday Dr. W. F. vauguan wm P. Hill and Hon. R C. Warren will Frankfort yesterday to 11 o'clock. Gov. Brad- society Interferred and prevented tho also bo here to make war speeches, and preside at both placed. ley to commission him a lieutenant. He nuptials of the poverty stricken pair. (0) N. W. MAY. Oi.ntK. Xo. 300 Main Street. Shelby L. Allen and Miss Bessie Rov. Thomas Haloy, of Lakevlow, assist Capt. S. M. Duncan In raising his isjust about the age of his father when company. The drum and life will also Mount, both of LaGrange, were mar. III., awoko to find a robber In his room. he wont to battle for the Lost Cause Instead of shooting him he plead with be heard, a number of line horses will and If the son niako as good soldier, his rled at the Ph'nix Hotel, Lexington ! tho rncal not to take hi properly, that bo on exhibition and, the rain having parents nnd this otllce will have reason The bride is tho handsome daughter of fellow was so touch, stopjHid the farmer from plowing, a to be proud of him. That he will do Hon. J. R. Mount and was postmaster It wan a sin. Tho cd that he walked out leaving tho large crowd will bo in town to look nnd his duty fully wearesatlstleu.for he has at LaGrange. The groom is an em- In Low Prices and Good Material. An eleto listen. Hon.J. Mort Rothwell has things he had gathered up, gant line of Children's Suits. proven himself a true and faithful em- - H),0 -ve of the railway mall service and y worthy man. In complimenting his member on been from home for several days, but ploye: always on time and ready to do 8atd to bc fl Thc engagement is announced of Mr. un increase in attendance at prayer ho Is expected to bo at home to present anything required of him. $10 ' Phil C- - SVVK. son of Judge Peter F. meeting, Illder F. W. Allen said In hie his claims In the race for Congress. The second enlistment from this The noctural meetings of tho baud of county was Ashbv McKee Warreu, son Swing, of Cincinnati, and Miss Bessie sermon Sunday that he will never feol done his full duty until he patriots, to which I referred some time of Hon. and Mrs R. C. Warren, aud a Cowen. daughter of tho late Judge A. that he has Hue Shoes. succeeds In getting all the members ago, have culminated in gatherings to nephew of Gov. W. O. Bradley. He T. Cowen, of Batavia, O. Tho wedding who can, to attend tho Wednesday raUo troops to defend tho honor of our will not be 21 till next August, but he will take place In June. Cincinnati Nobby Hag, free Cuba, and avenge the death has shown himself worthy of his dis- Enquirer. Tho prospective bride Is night's services. Stylish Neckwear. of our sailors who went down with tho tinguished aucertry and will doubtless the youngest sister of Miss Mary CowNEWS IN THE VICINAGE, Maine. S. M. Duncan, one of our gal- make u, gallaut soldier. Capt. Duncan en, of tho Stanford Female College Suit nridn to order aud l.ejit In order one lant vounir men. him h.n nmv..u. i.y.u ,r Is his uncle aud he will be apt to take Faculty. h,...u,,i ij year. o M. Levi Hubble, a prominent citizen A geuuino Enoch Arden case, with ,l company of volunteers to en-- i good caro of tho young man. Lincoln week of of Puhthkl. died but gage In the war with Spain. On Satur- - county Is proud of him aud Mr. Saullcy improvements, comes from Floyd coun tnonln. ty. Years ago, Wm. Baker, then a uu.v morning naming posters, head and hopes to see their names emblazonAlex Fence, who murdered James young man, left his wife and went lined, "Fall In." and containing tho ed In the annals of fame. Smith lit Madison, was given bail In expression, J. L. ritOHMAN it Co., Danville, Ky. West. Ho never let her hear from him "Remember The Maine," 83,000. waiting a reasonable time, j and after WAR VESSELS. were distributed and the work of enIncendiaries destroyed the barn of listing began. she dried her tears and accepted a pro-- j It U understood that HOW THUY AKU DESIGNATED. It. M. Chesney at Monllccllo and one John M. Farra, G. D. posal of marriage from a neighborhood SwJncbroad and THE TURKISH BEAUTY horse was burned. A gunboat is a vessel usually under suitor. They married and lived bappi-- J Claude Wherrltt will be lieutenants, court of I'ulaskl appropriTho fiscal the number to be enrolled being 100. 2.000 tons dUpla"emont, with powerful ly together till last year when husband of the designs of some of our mgs isn't ated $100 to be used In working the road No. 2 died and was gathered to his surpassed by the beauties of the Sultan's On Saturday night tho Concert Band guns. from Somerset to Hook Castle Springs A torpedo-boa- t destroyer is a small fathers. Recently husband No. 1 re- Harem Wo have ad kinds and styles, and eloquent have played In tho court-housCentral University student vessel, the purpose of which Is well de- turned to the scenes of his youth, ex-- I from every country on the globe Our stock of carpets was never mote beautiful Htchmond and spoecnes were made by Messrs. L. F. lormed a company at plained his sudden departure, forgave or varied, and are marvels of decorative scribed by Its name. to Gov. Brad- Hubble, R H. Tomllnson, P. W. Spentordercd their services A squadron Is a detachment of ves- the woman for marrying again and beauty Now is the time to replace old cer, Letchor Owsley nnd G. H. Swine-broaley. iihets' at carpels, and you cau do so at sels. A Hying squadron is a detuch-merthen remarried her. it being boldly asserted that Hon. K. K. Wilson has about s0 en Miss Hazel Withers Roid, daughter low prices. o' swift vessels. rolled In his company to light tho Span- 1,000 Spanish lives inu,t. hr. itIvi.ii tn A transport Is a vessel for carrying of Mrs. Mary Withers, who frequently iards. Ho says ho will havcJ200 before each sailor that went down with tho troops and may be of any W. W. WITHERS, pattern that visits her rolatlvc, W. W. Withers, Mnlno and that Mono Castle must be ho starts. London Echo. wns married In Louisville Satur- here, has capacity and speed. Tho Somerset Reporter says they had leveled to the earth and a monument to A cruiser is the next largest war day to Horry L. Dunkin&on, n member Stanford, Kentucky. au Avenue the Maine rent ed on tin, mint a cock light on Mt. Vernon vessel, and Is usually though of the Human Hearts" Company. Tho 20 have been in i.Ij ,,...l.ln,. there last week and tho ollccmen kept and, Monday, being county not always. It i faster than the bat- bride's father, Hal Reld, is at the head Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at tho battle. order throughout of the company. She was here with tleship. Hustonville. Ky. John Waddle, son of Haydcn Waddle, v.uui uuy, it is oeuevcu mat tno requiA battleshlo Is the most powerful of her mother two years airo. The Cour- site number will bo enlisted. wns seriously hurt by bolng thrown The Christian Endeavor Convention war vessels. It carrier the heaviest ier Journal oays: The wooing was of j a horse. HU entire- left side Is paralz-o- d guns and has the thickest plates, but Is short duration, Mr. Dunkinson having from tho effects. Somerset Report- was well attended, our people did nil In met his bride only last week when tho their power to entertain visitors and a not so swift. er. I ni A monitor is a small vessel with one company wns playing in Cincinnati, the Harrodsburg Sayings says that pleasant and prolitablo session nlni.il Tho S. C. Thompson, of Casey, was sent to Sunday night. I am Indebted to Miss or two revolving towers, which con- - glrls's home. She is a very pretty e It is not young woman, and Mr. Dunkinson, who for l." days for using Alice W. Hudson, the competent presi- tains ono or two cannons. the is a handsome young fellow, with conabusive language to a lady, after her dent of the C. E , In this city, for notes swift but powerful. ! A torpedo boat Is a small but swift siderable promise as an actor, was ns whipped him to within an oi me uiiierent mootlngs. husband had I There were vessel for shoving torpedoes against constantly In her company as his duties inch of his life. I .'0 delegates from Boyle county, IS from t In two hours T. .. Morrow, Jr., of .wurcuruuu to iroui Lincoln. Tho fol- other boats. They enn travel 20 to WO would permit. Ml miles an hour. Somerset, Commander of the Kentucky lowing olllcers were elected for the The old way of buying carpets has pl.i.ted nut, and they nre now (n. A ram Is a small iron-claThe Northern Indiana Law College a Division, Sons of Veterans, unlisted suing year: President, sold almost entirely by samples. This way you can buy them much J. H. Allen, steel nose that It thrusts Intowith .' other at Valparaiso is tho only established over ,10 men to light Spain. Ho will Harrodsburi::Corro.siinnilliii.i......i cheaper and have a very much larger assurtumnt to soitct ftoin. Invessel's business and can sink thc Law College in America which allows '200 volunteers and will ask that raise Mis Margarot Alien, Harrodsburg; grains, Brussels, Wiltons and velvet?, beautiful pattern-- . v largest vessels by punching holes in pupils of limited means to complete thc 'V tliey bo armed and sent to tho front at uocoruing becrotary, Miss fill Nunnio their bottoms. Tho Kahtahdln Is tho junior year's work at home by the once. Chautauqua plan throuirh direct corTho Somerset Odd Fellows will cele- umiwell, Danville. The principal siib- - only oae In tho United States navy. brate the 7l)th aunlversary of their ieetddlhCUSsOfl Wl'l'il! "Snnl U'lnnlH,. The U. S. battleships are named for respondence between instructor and BmCVoi fW lodge, Somerset No. 22fe, at tho Gem "Endeavor Work," "Source of Alf States, the cruisers for cities, tho mon- pui)ll. Then the student Is entitled to tl! Speeches Power," "Good Cltlxen-dilpand itors for Indian tribes, torpedo boats for enter the senior class there in Valpa' a, JV Opera House there JLtJIL "?' ttTMwill be made, says the Reporter, by "lonth Legion." A sunrise prayer naval heroes, tugboats for Indian chiefs raiso without examination, and comMessrs. T. M. Thatcher, O. II. Waddle, meeting was hold at the Prosb. torian and yachts for birds and Insects. Tho plete with one year's work aud ono ! church Sunday morning at 0 o'clock, gun boats, honever, are variously nam- year's expense and one year away from v. l. Smith and others. i - orlment ol Hugs, and no one will We cairy in stock also a large as which was well attended. Rev. W. O. ed. i home. Kentucky already has a num gel' them to you cheaper. Southern Baptist Convention, Nor Goodloo oreached at 11 a. m. and In th ber of students in this College. Writo j V' I Tickets on sale afternoon a Prayer and Praise service folk, Va.f May The Supreme Commander of thc Mac- for catalogue to Lewis D. Sampson, dl I Queen .te Crescent Route at tho was held, In which several took part. cabees issues a proclamation to mem- rector, Valparaiso, Ind. via tho .s rato of one fare for round trip from all Tho convention closed Sunday evening bers of tho order, who desire to tight Danville. The VanWinklc & points on Its lino to Norfolk, Va., ac with Consecration services and conven- Spain, guaranteeing to them and their : connt tho convention, which meets at tion sermon by Rev. A. J. Arrick. An bcneliclaiics the full and unqualified Price Telephone Company will bo rr.v Dates of sales, Interesting ready to put up some instruments in i(i that point May feature was the State C. E. protection of the Order, as though they ri W May 2nd to 0th, good to return 10 days Song, tho Lord's Prayer and Doxology, had' not so engaged, anything in the Danville about the first of next week, after date of sale. The most attractive given hi sign language by three mutes Laws, of tho Order to the contrary not- when tho connection will be mado with Stanford and Lancaster, by way of route to Norfolk Is via tho Queen k irom tno u. vV u. institute, of Danville. withstanding. 's .v Hubble. Tho circuit court fined Junc'a Crescent Route. Tho report of tho D. & D. C. E. was, ffll About Walla Walla, Oregon, the tion City $25 for permitting n bad The National Association of Ameri- also, given In sign language by their squirrels aro so plentiful that young bridge in town. J. L. Frohman & Co., can Homing Pigeon Fanciers of tho delegate, a mute. ones aro run over in the roads, aud the of "The Globe," oiler to equip free of WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A United States has offered Its pigeons, One-ha& protection of the crops demand the charge, the llrst Boyle county munwho rates to Lexington, Quegn numbering 40,00 birds, to tho secretary Crescent Route, May 4th to 7th, good united otTorts nnd hard work of tho onllsts in the war against Spain. Adof tho navy, for uso in caso of war, as a to vocate. return until May 10th, from ull farmers to exterminate them. means of communication between war- points in Kentucky. These -rates acStreet car conductors In Washington Of Lincoln a tale is extant and beships at soa and tho government. count meetings of tho Kentucky Stato lievable that when ho was ate onions and mado themselves so ofinformed of U. S. gunboats captured three Span- Enworth Leairno and tho Kentucky Stnnton's referring to him as a ''d d fensive to passengers that the courts vessels Sunday, one of them worth nnd West Vlrginln And are oflering some ish Grand Council fool," he replied:, "If Stanton says so were appealed to and they were enjoin$400,000 and almost within tho shadow Commercial Travelers. Ask agents there must be something in It. He's ed from eating the highly flavored and of Morro Castle. for Information. W. C. Rlnear&on, generally right." scented vegetable. I w.u reading an advertisement of Chamlerlaln' gen'l pass'r ngt., Cincinnati, O. A firo destroyed an entire block at mm In tlio WorColic, Cholera au.l Diarrhoea Itemed? "Hollo Stanford ! Please glvo us J. Greenville, Ky. There was no insu",0 ,0 wrltB " cester nuterprUelrccenlly, The Pcaaleo-Caulbupaint ilrm, ut C. McCIary, tho undertaker." "That rance on thc buildings, and theloss will any remeI can truthfully uy I neicr used UU. - Louisville, has DOsled holkv.i rrrntittnir Call and See Us. Opp. Court - IIcusa, Sttnfoid, Ky. for colic and diarrhoea, I have- nevyou Mr. McClary ?" "Well you needn't reach $15,000 or $20,000. o- dy oiiial to It . -. iimn one or two dow to cure full salaries to all employes who enlist i t.i ksend that cotllu; tho old town ain't dead The society leaders of Frankfort will h"d--the worn co with mylf for service. Their positions will bo yet, only been sleeping." Mt. Vernon glvo a cake walk to raiso funds for the ,. , TRnun.ljwmioVe City, Md. Iwrwloby ., , ,ven u,cra oa inc,r roiurn blgual. monument to tho Mulno victims. a iiockui. Pa-duca- h. MATTERS. I i Hat-an- nree anoe of"aces. I W 4 u ,. h, Lun-Leagu- es I Pit, Wear and Appearance. CALDWELL & LANIER, a I I Inter-distri- ct S HEW LL PJLPEB I J)-pl- dl-he- ro , I PICTURE FRAME MOULDING I of i hand-shakin- a-s- A. El. GIBBONS, Danville, I hlwhys msn Best Line of Shirts. Suits In the State. 1 .4 : r pneu-.rtt,8- u ' i the globe; I e t it Iron-cla- d, nm-nlli- ( to-da- I , i I . work-hous- CARPETS. f ii d 1 j I I 1 .ii i " npripjt3 - 1 imrdr X' XX - 1 . I I I iJ BSTERMS CHSH. 2. I H. J. Me ROBERTS. Of m lf Car Load Vehicles, ECttL BAHGAIHS B. K. WEAREDI St rt e ..- J igSi. SOA. vv'"ffr7if 'tiu' 'vw w ' fS , . ,, F h i I i vl Mi I l lr 1 ffl- I I The White Sqtadron has captured Gen. Woodford, U. S. Minister to since Saturday four vessels fiylng tho Spain, has demonstrated as fully THE INTERIOR JOURNAL American flag, among thom the Cata-Unto represent a great a huge liner trading between New country ns Gen. Fltzhugh Lee has Orleans, Havana and Spanish port. proved his fitness. As a diplomat ho W VfwMrfCSrSV Stanford. Ky., April 26. 1S9S was a signal failure and when ho reShe had a crew of 0 mon and the prize Is worth $1,000,000. The Miguel Jover, ultimatum to deceived the president's another of the prizes, Is worth $150,- Spain, ho went to bed and took liver to W. P. WALTON. ooa. his own time to deliver it. The governa The Colonial government has ment knew by that time what was up manifesto protesting against THOMPSON, and instead of receiving the document WAR FORMALLY DECLARED B. HON. the intervention of the United States Of Mercer, Is a candidate for from him, gave him his passports and a for Conprcn In tlio Eighth (.'ongreMlonnl guard to leave the country. It was HOUSE MAKES DECLARATION OF WAR, "at tho moment of establishment of the Dlitrict of Kentucky, subject to the action new regime and political liberty, and only then that ho got move on himSENATE CONSIDERS IT IN SECRET. of the democratic party when Cuba, for the first time, was goself and amid the hoots and jeers of the populace, stood not on the order of his MORRO CASTLE TO UE DEMOLISHED, IF ing to elect a Colonial Parliament, reHON. G. G. placing Spain's povorelirnty In Cuba N a candidate for SHE CONTINUES TO FIRE. Of Shelby Coiuitv. going. In the game of diplomacy .with In the Elslith ConRrvlon:il District of with autonomy." and his represenSpain the president Kentucky, object to the action of the demSPANISH FLEET SETS SAIL The president has issued an order tative have disgusted the people and ocratic p.irty. against privateering and the Splanish proved themselves most unworthy To All wo ask ( JOHN SHERMAN SENT TO CRASS. We aro authorized to announce government announce that It will not Is lo distributed among ilio people of Lincoln and iwlj"itilnc ountiva The war would have been to nunc to see u, we ciiHrnntcv you will nil ledi.ippotinlcd. fought and won before this time, but St. Vincent, April 25. -- Spanish issue lettors of marque for privateering, and will treat American privateers for Con- for their Inability to cope with the candidate Of MadNon Countv. lleet sails tomorrow. gress In tho Eighth Congressional District shrewd men of Spain. as pirates; that it will utilize numerous Louisville, April 25. Special mercantile vessels as as auxiliary fleet, of Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratlc'ptrty. to the Times says Capt. Sampson McKinley owes It to the country to and that it will exercise the right of has orders to demolish Morro Castlo SO pieces Bilkc, P ain, Surah and Fancy Color at 25 and ilio put yd, exnet reorganize his cabinet, which is noto cott search both by regular and auxiliary Thursday evening's dispatches OUR If firing on tleet continues. 18 inch lllnck (irograln Silk worth 11 25 per yd, now 75c ;W inch Illue nnd tiructi riously the most mediocre that has warships. ended with the announcement that the been selected in years. The new man, KEY WEST, April 25. Fort shot The first Spanish prize was the Van Dyke Suiting at 10c per )d. our 50c Novelty Suiting at 25c per yd our 26c Nov White Squadron, which is composed of Charles Emory Smith, postmaster gen at our fiag on torpedo boat foot of steamer Ruena Ventura, from Pasca-uoul- city Stilling at 10c per yd 22 battleships, gunboats, cruisers, Malanza Harbor, but did no dameral, is a big improvement on his predMiss., for Rotterdam, with lummonitors and torpedo boats, had been ecessor, and in time the president may age. ber. The Nashville fired a blank shot, and blockade ordered to sail to Cuba Washington, April 25. The be able to surround himself with comwhich the Spaniard Ignored. This was the entire Northern coast of that Is- petent and worthy advisers. call on States has been issued, Kenfollowed by a shot fi om a six pounder. land. The order was promptly obeyed tucky must furnish three RegiThe Bucna Ventura then surrendered, In nil Shades and Patterns nt 5c to 16c per yd. Our 10c Scrim Lare govn nt 81c. our and by Friday afternoon It had been Except they do so to save composiof Infantry and two troops of ments with her crew of 20 mon. The Nash- 8c Scrim Ijice goes nt 6c accomplished and the neutral govern- tion to help pay for the dispatches, we cavalry. ville towed her to Key West, where ments of the world formally notiiled. can see no reason for the dailies and Washington, April 25. The the people went wild with enthusiasm. at Hava- and their country imitators to print There was great excitement president sent a raessago to ConA dyamito shell exploded under wana, where the lleet was sighted, as an war news in stud horse bill type. The gress asking for a formal declarater within 200 feet of a mine destroys 5c Lead Pencils at 2 for 5c ihii week, immediate bombardment was feared, average man is neither blind nor a fool tion of war. The war department 3 Incre of Pins at 6c, it. The policy of our navy In entering but the same policy of procrastination and can read ordinary type fully as notified governors this afternoon of 1 dozen Shoe Laces any harbor where mines are known or 5c and delay in order to give the enemy a well as he can that which transforms a the number of troops expected of suspected to be in place, will be to 2 dozen Hone Muttons for 5c, which newspaper into a hand-bilchance seems to prevail there each State and naming points of launch dynamite torpedoes to each ios- Children's Ilto 6c er pair. disgusted the people with McKlnley. concentration. Kentucky soldiers Jet Head Mourning Pin, worth lOo H.rbov, at Tut, sioie line oi mines, uiow mem all up government made no re" THE Commercial Convention, which The Spanish likely to begin moving then proceed. Forragut said:' Goon; Extra quality nutty shirt lining nt fm per yd. sponse to the president's ultimatum, meets in Louisville, May 11, will have dam the torpedo!" Our ollicers will Washington, April 25. John "which it declined to receive from Min- it in its power to do the State incalcuKXTKAOKDIXAltY 10c HA HO A INS. now more wisely say: ''Destroy tho Sherman, Secretary of State, forister Woodford and war began without lable good in devising ways and means Assistant with dynamite and then go mally resigned torpedo 5 Spools O. N. T. Thread for 10c, a regular declaration. for bringing its vast resources to public Secretary Day, who has been pracon." Slloxcs Hair Pins for 10c' When the American lleet was sight- notice. This section will be well repEnsrlnnd declares neutrality and ortically in charge of the departCrochet and Knitting Silk, worth 10c each, nt 2 for 10c ed at Morro Castle three shots were resented and from all reports earnest, ment, will succeed him. ders American vessels tb leave hor Ladles Hells at 10c fired to warn the citizens of Havana of thoughtful men will go up from all parts within A6 hours, holding that war QUEENSTOttW, ENG., April 25. its approach and lights were ordered parts of the State. has existed since Woodford's dismissal. extinguished. These were the only The British ordered Spanish torpeFriends of Dan E. O'Sullivan will do boat, Audaz, from Port. This will relieve thecountry of any emshots fired, but the warships had to fire barrassment that might grow out of Either MunV or I.ndles' Wo have also tho most complete line of MNv and Chil. a number of shots before they could regret to know that ho has sold the Washington, April 25. The Spain's contention that the capture of dron's Shoos and Ladies' O.v folds. Spanish vessels they Louisville Sunday Critic and will go to make the several House passed declaration of war in the Bucna Ventura win a violation of captured hove to. These captures have New York to reside permanently, havOur Clothing Department is brim full of bargains. Suits for 2.50 and up. Men's less than two minutes after It was international law, because it was effect- Pants nt Hoc per pair. oeen principally confined to merchant ing secured a lucrative newspaper posireported. Senate considered it ed before the time named In the Presiships, the report of the capture of oth- tion there. The purchasers of the Always visit our Carpet and Malting Department-I- t is far ahead of any othur In in secret session and adopts the dent's ultimatum had expired. ers with soldiers being unconfirmed. Critic are Col. R. M. Kelly and W. M. declaration. this. country. In her declaration of war, Spain mij.s The cable lines are under strict gov- Dletzman, who will change It to a reWashington, April 25. Gen. that a neutral Hag will protect all and there is diff- publican paper. ernment censorship Basil Duke, of Kentucky. Is tipped that is not contraband of war: iculty in getting correct news quickly. is anything more to be deVolunteers. Assisas If there good of a neutral power not cisitra-ban- d THE The Spanish still atfect an enthusiastic plored than war, it is the possiblo tant Secretary Roscvclt Liouten-an- t will be respected even If carried and bellicose attitude and Indulge in reconvening of the Legislature, which Col. Cowboy Regiment. under the enemy's tlag and thnV for great hurrah. They send out tnat may be necessary to make appropriaT. I). HANKY, Manager LONDON, April 25. News from the purpose of capturing shlp-- belong 50,000 soldiers in Cuba impathere tions for the further equipment of the Capo Verde says the Spanish licet Hranch stores nt Parts, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, HardsMwn, Law reneehiirg, f'ynthi-aning to the enemy and confiscating goods tient to greet the Invaders and send State guard. The government ought Versailles, Eminence, (loorgetown, Kluahetlitown Frankfort Mnuckjwtt, Iful. sails today. and contraband of war. Spain will exthem scurrying from the field. In the to do that, however, and relieve the is said to be slat- - ercise the right of searching vessels on meantime, there Is a money panic in State of this further cause of alarm and" Gon. D. R. Collier the high sea-- . Five days are jfiven Madrid and the rush on the banks to regret. ed for brigadier general. - Till was have notes exchanged for silver Gov. Atkinson says he will command American vessols to gut out of Spanish ports. only checked by the promise of the The Richmond Register announces the Georgia volunteers In person. The war revenue bill provides foi an government to permit free coinage of that beginning yesterday it will issue a Ovor 8,000 soldiers are In camp at increase of the lax on beer to 32 a bar-rethe white medal. daily paper to appear each afternoon Chicamauga. on manufactured tobacco 12c. cl In conformity to the authority given at 5. Editor R. W. Miller has arrangA military guard is to be pluoed him by Congress, the prosldent issued ed for the associated press dispatches around the White Hoase'to protect the gars $4 per 1,000, cigarettes fl, and tobacco dealers will have to pay a licence his proclamation Saturday calling for and with R. Lee Davis to cover the lo- president. 12."),000 yesterday cal field, the daily will be a creditvolunteers and The government has contracted with of $12 to 318. All patent medicines nre the governors of the various Status able one. The price Is 10 cents a week. the Arkansas coal mines for 2ttO,QOO to be taxed, chewing gum lea package, issued calls for the organized compa c a Kinfrei- uiu ana mineral waters tons of coal In 0 days. nies, to be supplemented with uJditiou-a- l plac- pint, all check and evidences of draft The goneral impression prevails that Torpedoes and mines are being volunteers if necessary. Cols. the war will be fought and won in (10 ed in the Potomac river, below Wash- will have to he stamped and ten mid coffee will have to pay 10 and 4c a and Gaither were already under days, but at the slow rate they are go- ington to protect the capital. orders to recruit each company to its ing at It, it may last for years and It The president issued a proclamation pound nwpectlvely. full strength of 10U mon and they aro ,nav jnt f()1.ever Friday notifying all nations that the Cub Is 750 miles lotr, average doinir so at a rapid rate, there botnj Havana harbor had beun blockaded by about 50 broad and contain 43,220 squart? lulled It is largely moiinutinotis POLITICAL POINTS. more applicants than place. his order. Yesterday's dallies contained the anB. Gordon Camp, Sons of and hilly, but the plains are well waThe John Judge R. J. Breckinridge decllnos tered and very fertile. Sugar ami tonouncement that the bombardment of the call of a number of Crab Orchard Confederates, of Atlanta, offers Its bacco are iut chief products tho' tropibegin at dawn Monday men to become it candidate for Havana would the president of the United and that the people wore terror stricken States to light with the regular troops. cal fruiu and crops are largely raised. but later dispatches did not confirm it. A ottrgo of horses and mules which Mahogony is one of Its valuable timMr. Johnson, of Indlano, was a Morro Castlo fired at the American sometiires eausa Congressman, and his con- was about to be shipped from New Or- ber. Hurricanes desiriu-iionone In 1S70 fleet, which Is four miles away, Sunday, stituents decided in convention that leans for the Use of the Spanish army killing 2,000 purton. Earthquakes' aro but the fire wus not returned. Two thru.' nnt. Iint'i. lltn nti Cnnemt- - in Cuba win seized as contraband of frequent. Slavery wm abolished in . cruisers were dispatched to find out, war. aww uva.. ,.!,. cent, of its populawhere the Spanish Meet is and to cap The Spanish minister of war 1ms IbKir. though 03 ture Spanish ships encountered on the 1 Senator Edward C. Walthall, of been authorised to call out 50,000 re- - tion I Negroe. The army bill by Congress way, The president announces that he Mississippi, died of typhoid pneumo serves. Three vessels loaded with has recoivod a formal answer to his nia at Washington, Ho was born in troop have left Cadiz for an unknown oveyeehulcal conflict between tba 1S31 and served in rokruluT army and the national xunrds. ultimatum from Spain, accenting it as' Richmond, Vn.. in Confederate army during the civil destination. the of war. a declaration Seorotary Alger has sent an officer It divides the army into two parti, 'th war, rising to the rank of major generto Maximo Gomez, to confer with the regular and volunteer; tho former to THE resignation of Postmaster Gon al. With the exception of 1 months, Cuban leader with reference to. secur- be maintained continuously, the luttor eral Garv is the first break in Mr. Me. from January 1804 to March 181)5, he ing the Governors of of his foroo in only In times of war. State are ttiithortmHl to appoint o Moors Kinlev's cabinet. It is civon out that had sat continuously In the Senate the Cuban oumgaign. he rotlrod on account of bad health, ' slnco AXarch 12, 1S85 John Jacob Astor has offered to fur of the guards in their own StutOii. Th but a porsibtent rumor comes that he The calm dignity and cool courage nish and equip a battery of artillery president has supreme jurisdiction ,& did not agree with the president's poll with which Gov. McCreary bore hira- - for service against Spain, bearing the orernll. The regular army is to be oy. The resignation was accepted anu sou at uanvuie on .Monaay is an earn entire expense for men, cannon, uni- -' continued at the same number as at Charloy Emory Smith, editor of tho est that, in the future, personalities forms and all equipment. present2S,000. Tho volunteer army ' Philadelphia Pross, was immediately' will be largoly eliminated from the William P. Cody, widely known as u timud at 12,000,000 mon. A com- n campaign. The appointed and confirmed. NewHtper, Congressional "Bufmlo FJill," offered his services and Mioy is to consist of tti instead of 100 now protty woll control the post urnorS action rr.adu him many friends the services of his Indians and cowboys men. i jfliite Year 1H7 Oh wilt iijm n office department, the first assistant' and addod to his strength, which has to the government to do serrico as it The Stroud KmI'iii of Q. A-- C. Itol'TB. Low rate are of and several others having been taken been growing evor since his annoiince-fro- cavalry regiment against Spain. r ., fcvdIo:n.ciei3r, Tni-u.a,r3follows: the fourth astute. Tho president' ment. Richmond Kogister. The Puritan, Cincinnati Mauhias, fered dot3- well to recogonlzo newspaper men ' The Louisville Taulor tells this good Nashville, Castineand Newportand the tlmt tlm- v III rie m cdveit imo iIih Woman's Foreign Missionary Socle- - Nt'W pupil entrrlng rI (,r full Irifornmtlon and thereby show his gratitude tothoic one on Gov. McCreary, who she says, is torpedo boats Footo and Wliislow have ty M. K. Church South, Clmttanooga, cull on tir write tj Mki. Mrri.i.Vat the 1'iHltge ur rlt for intilouu. NtM.IAM MIKI.TON', I'iuchiprkt whoholied him most. noted for his courtesy to tho ladies: beon detached from Admiral Sampson's Tenn., Api 11 During u political campaign Mr. Mc lleet to blockade Mutaiiww, Muriel and (Agents In Tenn. rr only will m)I POOR Old Josiah Patterson ! . The Creury visited at the house of one of Ctirdenite. House decided Friday that be had no his constituents and as the-- hostes had of Porto Itleo pays Spain ' Tho island 50 YEARS' claims on the soat held la Congreen byj nol kn0WB of h comiXt the coffeo ofv which this year in taxe EXPERIENCE Editor Carmaek, of Memphis, and the wus cold. She made a thousand apolo- only Bo0.000 is Htnt for the benefit of 2 old follow will now go home to be heard gies and urged her gueut to wait until the native population. Of the IMO.7 of no more forever. His only claim she could have gome hot coffee made. whlUM on thu Island only 0tl,.V7 cm lay in the fact that he fought the reg- 'No, Madame," wild Mr. McCreary. and write. ular democracy In the campaigns of "for If there is one thing! dot on It U readcost money to It tranioi't sold 1S410 and 1887, but that availed him cold coffee." This put his hosleas at The government doea not charter cars, Trade Marks nothing. Mr. Pattcraon can now spend eaae at once and was just what he wishDesigns hut pays by the man, the price running Copyrights &.c. his line wishing he hadn't made ach ed to do. But, unfortunately for him from $."$0 each frou: mints in tho near Anynno tending a rkelrli nmt description niny a tarnation fool of himself. qulcklr lurertrtiii our rrutnnn freu whether nn she was no anxlom to have thiug'i ar- West to 827.72 from Maino and S17.w-Invention Is protmbly mttnuilila. .till. Handbook on I'atcnU ranged to suit his taste Unit during that from Ohio point to Tampa, Fin. Heni. ire), uwesi hkuiilt jurBwurinK ttirouvli Munn t Co. rcculr board of trustees of the Suite entire visit ho was served with stone-col- d I'atunts taken Thk The authorities in Porto Uico have tpiclal notice, wl'hout. clinreo. In tno Reform Schools will meet at the Phai-nl- x coti'ee, while the othurs had tholrs taken steps to prevent the departure of Hotel, Lexington, next Friday at.'! hot; yet he had to drink tho cold artlolo refugees. Martial law is declared, and The thfiokcem a petfict Thick Howe , a peifecl nd Dro.i I'.antor and a I.nmost clr A rmnilsomelr IIIuntrMod weekly. o'clock l M., when it Is hoped that with protonded gusto rathur than give there is talk of a revolution. AmeriTerms, t'A culntlon nr nny ftnoimnn inurimi. nowpdi'iilcmb 1'iill Planter Tryom. montliH, tl. Hold brill final action for thu immediate erection away his piece, of courteous deception can cltirons are In danger, as they aro ' Tmir; four MUNN &Co.30,B'Mda'' New York of the reformatory will be made. to his kindly hosteds. protection. a, THE - Louisville pub-lishcd- J. Store 11 GILBERT, Con-cr- cs TO-DA- $2,000 Worth of Extraordinary Cash Bargains ser-vant- s. hon.jas.b. Mccreary Dress Goods And Silks. a, Fancy French Lawns! Extraordinary 5c Bargains l. to-da- y. CALL FOR OUR SI SHOES. mor-chaudi- sc Major-Gener- al IMMOISTaOLMS STOMJ. a-- e f a, -- !, ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. ! - Cas-tlema- n . I Con-gros- s. The Latest Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HTGGINS & McKINNEY. poace-ut-any-pri- cc wide-sprea- d , 1 r jr aed i- J ! 1 Produce of all ,kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. gov-mo- i Stanford Female College. llic-loll- m - On 2-3t:h- rLSQ dX. - 2.'-2- 5 -- & i Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow!1 if-i- Communlrn-tlomUrlrtlyrontM- o uni-m- . ' Scientific American ORlco. GEJ I I'cr-jcctSc- lf 1 without V Ht., Wesnlngtcu, V. U FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. J6. jufc 1i L ... LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Let Dunks repair that watch. THY our 10c Jclllco cooking coal. J. II. Haughman & Co. WANTKD &Aiil'JXJ A'JiWA!md'AdA'A H Thin Ladies' Fancy Striped u - Ai'kil 26, 1898 T t "f Silk Ties. Ladies' Fancy Plaid Silk Ties. WoitLBY. Mrs. Worlov. widow of seeds In paper urn! bulk. tho late Mansu Worley, died yesterday Jamks B. Gkntkv was at Newport Now and fresh. W. B. MeRoborts. morning after a protracted Illness. yA wock. Sho was a daughter of Josso Nance and Miss Jti.ia IIk.uins wont to Lcx- - Wi: havo some extra good clover hay- lived near Turnorsvllle. at 45c jHir 100 pounds. J. II. Huughington Saturday. yes- rnan A Co. OwiNO to tho cold rainy weather, Mlt. and Mils. J. S. HICK spent K the excnrslon train to Louisville Sunterday at Richmond. 1KB ELLIOTT got and costs in day from this place "took in only Lue.AN, of Mlddlosboro, Judge ItKV. S. M. t court yesterday for The Lates Eilects in Lawns and Dimities. Organdie Ribbons with Fancy Satin small crowd, only having f7 when It joinud his wife hero yosturday. drunkenness. f Jeweled Leather Belts. Stripes. Wide Checked .Ribbons. got to tho city. Capt. Bob Chappell Mils. Mantua Skvnnancb and Sam Wb havo tho improved Singer Sew- was in command. Walton are up from Louisville. ing Machine at SIS. Ten yours' guarMiss Many Guimks, of Garrard, was antee. Hlgglns it McKlnnoy. Basb Ball. Tho Hill boys, Prof. . Craig's school, defeated the public tho guost of Miss Annlo Phillips. r? per- school base ball team 20 to W Friday AMMUNITION. 20 pieces Gann, of tho West Kml, Miss Wd cales at ft cents per yard. Very desir- afternoon. Tho second team of tho Is tho guost of Miss Katie Wlleher. able styles. Severance fc Sons. public school then met defeat at the Mlt. M. F. Kl.KIN organized a Macca. hands of Miss Ituth Ellison's boys 11 to Plnwl r.iiion f'm- - Skirts and Suits. Plaid Duck for Dresses, Waists and Coats. K one Lodge of 37 members at London. W. JC. WAitNKlt, who moved over 10. m JOHN Hicioht, Jit., of Grays, spent from Garrard pome time ago, has rentHbV Dur his parents ed a room In J. H. Alford's house and Whbhb Oh, Whkkkwas Sunday and yesterday with f Ing tho momentous nigbt when the will open a butcher shop. here. Whay spent several Senate and House were considering tho Miss Nktth: Land Sam:. A. L. Denny has sold war resolutions. Mr. Davison did not Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords with Silk Tops. Short Corsets of the Best Brand days with Mls Bessie Hlchardsin Danhis third Interest In his father's farm vote a single time. He was doubtless Made. ville. of -- 00 acres, after his mother's dower, oil" uslcup, as ho is accustomed to keepMlt. NUM. StONK, of Stanford, Is visto his brothor, It. G. Danny, for 4!l,500. ing fin ly hours. At any rato he can iting his cousin, Mr. Josso Traylor.-Cor- bln WrtT Mi Mfr haw pace in this paper to tell the Nuws. Hbavy rains, succeeded by cold, W) Mhsshs. Jambs F. Cl'mmins and K. damn weather, tells the story since people where he was. Bj'XjW) . Minor took advantage of tho cheap Friday till yesterday, when the sun T. LlWATBB. Kd Wilkinson, tho A came out and the signal service pre- barber, tells us that tho will of his unrato to Loulsvlllo Sunday. mr.yr-!Miss dicted fair for Tuesday. Mits. John Smith, who was cle, Harvey Dean, who died at - H ,i. of u bouncI.011 Klllott, Ik the mother has recently been probated. Old Fbnci:. Prof. M. J. Brough ing boy, which arrived last wook. Chicago, April 2.V May wheat u foneo It leaves $7,000 to tho Presbyterian tells us that II. P. Young has Mlt. J V man RotMtNK, of tho State reaches 1.20. and 31,000 to the IT madu of ordinary chestnut plank that church at Lebanon Collugo, umong others, Is anxious to and cemetery thore, and the rest of hla wanted atHigglns& ho put up In tho wlntur of MIU.ET SBBD among his join uavalry troop. Lexington Hor-aito be that it is still in good repair and does largo estate isnieces, divided his neat- McKlnney's who are nephews and y the service intended. A IMtHTTY young ladydonled omphnt-leitllAnd we are now piepared to furnish you with the beat ipuility ofest relatives, and of which Mr. Wilk- -' Walnut Flat. Rov. J. H. Kine Hogo, tho Mora-lan- d inson is one. OlT.-- F. over the telephone yostorday tho BAII.BD will preach at Walnut Flat next Sunphotographer, who was fined SIOT night, at 7 o'clock. roiwrt that sho was to be married Krnost L. day Kll.i.BD. BlCAKBMAN In Squire Colloy's court for disorderly of Yestbkday's Northbound passenger Mlts. Matt Woodson and children, conduct, win balled out Saturday by Painter, son of George E. Painter, Mr. O. J. Mr. W. C. Wolford, tho West Lincoln Brodhcad, was run over and killed by No. 24, ran over and killed one and badwho have buon staying at No. o'l at London Satui- - ly crippled another mule for Mr. S. II . Crow's, returned to Mlddlosboro morolant. He had boon in jail 17 dnyu. froleht train Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete line of day tilL'ht. The train left Corbln at 7J Shanks. the bust Perfumes, Soaps, Stationer and Toilet Articles Wo solicit your trade. TituDlil MiiIiI'h Ciiiivniitinn. which o'clock Saturday evening with Painter) Mlt. A. C. SINK wont to Cincinnati Owsley iS: Shanks ollered their will convene at Walton's Opera House jiw ono ()f the brakomon, but when It yostorday to coo further about the -.....-.. .- .evening, :ird, will Do atopimd at Pittsburg it wa- - discovered iour hh of hN quick oltungu money next Tuesday delegates and tt,ia ho was not on. The engine went owing to the war excitement they were d eompo-oof 20 or more drawer. taken down McKOIIBItTS, of a house full of socuitors. The latter back and found the body at tho South Mil. AND MltS. J. A. , ....1... , i.i iiuiiuai. T111.'. rnlnvp.nntlner machine, which oan have tholr seats reserved ... t0 OllU Ol UlC yaru uiuuiuu ..!...,. Corbln, camu down yesterday to plant eenta. Those who take ot luck will beyond recognition. It Is supposed will transform old maids into beautiful Hmc Uowers on the grave of their have to pay .tfi and children 25c. that ho fell from tho train. Painter maidens at tho convention, is now on was u splendid young man and a mom-ba- r exhibition. A J. l'Ox DuDDKKAlt, ono of tho L. iMI'ltOVBMBNTS. Mr. J. C. Hays of ono of the bot families in Rock Wc are used to days N'a "standby," Is siMindtng a few will lxgln this week to onhirgo and castle. H. T. IlAltms found and loft at this Cnl. nd Mrs. W. H" iZ ...itt. i.l twirnnU4. materially Improve his residence, cornsmall box of medicine marked Eaton. After an Illness of five otllce a Duddorar. callM. F. Elkin er Main and Mill streets. It. Walls. Owner can got It by i weeks. Mr. H. C. Eaton died Sunday S. J. ' Camson. formrly of Cmb In liHvIng bjs house replrod and painting at this ollice. who Is now working for the ed, while J. B. Paxton has changed tho afternoon at ." o'clock at the home of but No- C. R. Coleman, aged L. & N. at Flomaton, Ah., cam up appeuranee of his dwelling by putting his brother-in-law- , Baknby Bright, a .. . ...111 about 10. Seven weeks aso he begun gro. died in tno iiirnersviiiu n.itlnn iiftorlils wife last week. cm a uoHl ol imlnt hiccoughing, but for nearly two weeks! Saturday and was burled In Builnlo MHBSKS. KoMKBT DOSUSY xad Eph nji,,lnwinn hum unlisted with the 1 Cashi'.d It. J. W. Thompson, of kept ut work. He begun to grow weak, Come'tory Sunday. Lebanon Company of Volunteers and Klnxsvlllu, writes regarding the forg- however, and was compelled to take his We linve been Twenty beautUul maidens, under will )0tn them this morning. ed chock Item In hist taeuo: "Not loug bod. which ho never left. During tho th direction of Miss Glascock, are re Til Economical Club was elegantly ago a young man about 17 years old entire seven weeks he only stopped Old Maid's Con iMtrtalmMl by Mr. Jo S. Itlco at Its called ut imt store and said his natnu hiccoughing fer short periods and a hearsing daily for tho was cll-orat- a was Marl pHdmll. He asked me to L'roator iKirtion of tho hist Ave weeks vention, to be given at Walton's Opera lnstnlUng. The luucheoa tho 8d. was an IS uimI delightfully srmd. wri . ofh a eheok for l.Sfi, which I did, bo .S: unconscious. Mr. Eatonwas held House tho night of SUUO-toN. freight conductor and L keowing the flnn ol Woods Lynn by MN6. ANNIB McLOfUHTOK, of As usual Mr. Frank S. Dnvidson jthvo &J3 S3 in high esteem by U10 company. He Va., Mr. L. H. Hunsuiig. of Soic- - repu union." an oxcellent entertainment with his IS was tin unusually clever mau and was "Old Farmor Hopkins Co." He is a of LtuUvHle. av uraM, and Joe ltiml. High prices for ten yenrs. If you need help call on us Wc have an Says it's Win. IlHser, of popular with all cUrio. He was a MtHluil the burial of Charlie Hewitt. comedian and is well supCHtenlieiin. cinne to ee us Saturday to member of the Order of Railway Con- splendid immense stock of Spring and Summer Goods at money having prices Mk. John W. Itorr will oowblue say that the report that he and Nick ductors and held $3,000 Insurance. Be- - ported, while the special scenery that I.. T'nfni.tiiimtol V ...vo..l lodges of Maceubi'e U10 oV&KHluiUott Young hitd hoisted a Spanish ting and . . Our Shoe stock is bupeib. Mon's, Lfdies, Mifees and Children's wife he louver three children, . 1.fl,P1.n.r m ja AuidiUBelUagof MacIntoaliMind rwb- had expreMed themselves in symimthy sldee a cup of sorrow ij overflowing. ... . whuio tl.e.a,.e. b0 the tine Shoes in all the new shapos. ni.WxU8fir a New York firm, and with thm effete monarchy, is a lie out Only a wook ago Mr,. Eatou buried her , b ,. ho buol, , ,)f in a few days. wril1trt out of whole cloth aad is of a kiwi that son, Odrey, a bright little fellow, and Come to see us. dpum faUea U) rauUjrhUl70 aml tho enemies have from time to now sho is iiiado it widow. Great sj m- Jm MKNBfitB, who Is n pupil hi CenW1W very Kht. Mr. Davld-jmth- y lUtonlnnoo t!in told oh them, for inertdt spite. tre College, eulWtod for the Mtmy Is folt for he- - and her children, hw ahvnys ylyen om. peoplu u 00,1 father, Mayor J. N. but hl the latter too young to roullxe tholr ,esCrv(Hl better treatment. TO T,'l good deal of corn The Crops.--Menefee, will try to prevent him from At UMU tilts aiieruoon vne inner of ? wm illumed during the nice weather going beoHio he U not of age. A Pkkilous Pbkcii. As passenger nl will be Drenched at the Methodist Ukkd and Mr. A- B. C last week and the ground whs In excel church by Rov. W. S. Grlnstead, after train No. 2:i pulled out from horo je- Mfae couditiofl. Wheat . looking fine- which the Knight Templar will Uiko trday a man was discovered lying un Dinwiddle were among the Hustonrllle lent ly and the protnlfte in good for a targe charge of the remains and lay them rf.ii- t.h iMMir cam on tho truck. Train people, who attended the Chrt.tUn crop. There will be no jieacnw to Mr. Ea Dlsjmtcher W. F. Shorubin, who was In Bullalo Cemetery, ljHflearor Conve'ntlon at rHnotiiter. En - to rest hei e. tpenk of, but at this writing the pros- ton was aleo an Odd Fellow. on the rear platform, pulled the bell iVa they were guet of friends eet la thai there will be a full apple and the follow canio crawling out ifnd .ICnOKVlXfBNT ROKBINO, of TlIK trial of George Itoweoy for the made tracks down tho railroad. A recrop Hud h fair yield of psurs, plums train, bowwd wui on Sturdny' murdor of tho old Gorman, Francis and cborrie. porter of this paper ran him down and . fqr MontlceHo. where he wh ui hare In tho court-housat Danvlllo on under the Impression that he was an Will cover morv spaco and soya he will win gpokon j (wturday. He Hkwitt. ChHrlee Hewitt, who inar18th, began Saturday and Common- ollleer tho tramp talkod mighty prettiin the 11th riefi Mis Mary Ella, daughter of J. II. the Uia nomluntlon for Congress wealth's Attorney J. S. Ovvoley, Jr., Lauro Rout, died In tho asylum at Loxington who spent Sunday at home, wild that ly. He said that he was from bunds down. Glv-ahis name wn Honry Frldny morning after a protracted 111. the prospect was either for a hanging county and that Mimes Mattik robmcy, Byrd Bmce and Llllle Peyton nnd tieM. Some two yours ago he suffered or it life verdict. The defendant makes Johnson, that he had been to Baltimore IWi "roustabouting" and that he had been Mesers. J. W. Hooker, IS. L. Gtnibbs. a sunstroke and had never boon himself t.hri nvciians for tho killing: That Tlimi anj other Uou thN rnHikot. We luvlU- full lm.iectlnii. A full tock f lighting his way back In the way ho M. Phele at- siuott. He came to Rowland, where ho and Dr. R. Jnok (Rowsey's) wife, Klxor had abused his was discovered. Ho sid that left Park- tended the Christian Endeavor Conven- worked for yeure for the L. A: N. from that ho had shot Ills norse and unit . 1 marulne it Suuntou, Vh., and 11 years ago nmrrlod when ho saw him on the fatal day KU tion at LanoHnWJi q ft fael Mylng BftUlmore tho . MK. and Mks. J. S. Wklls, of Dan- MU Rout. She with three ohildron, xcr throw his hand into Ins back pock-- , fSBnnB.ti that nro worn at Walnut Plat Sunday. the yomigeet k boy ville, ot and looked "sivigrous" at him. The mnWn ,h trln In the same way new left to mourn the loss of a once kind Thov are delighted wllh tholr nroof. however, was that another Oer- - to .lunation night on .,- - '.- home and Mr. Well Is pleased with and Indulgent husband and father. His man had Klxer by tho hand leading He trumped from Southern his drug biwlneee, whoh U ooneuntlY remains were brought here and inter- him oir and that the two . of the live clnntitl said ho didn't expect to walk hero, but In Bullalo, Cemetery Saturday red lnoroalng. fehuLs flriid bv Rowsev were in his vic came along. itfier nervicue at tho grave by tim 'a back. From all we can Iceru tho any longer than a train Ritciiik W. Vabuhan sont u till InxiUiUon to the oelobmtlon of the Rev. S. M. Rankin. case ie one calling for the severest and Lancaster Court. A good orowd Washington Literary Society of pistol attended court yesterday but not much TltK treatment of Old John Shormau moat condign punishment. The MHoon College, of which he U a murder trading was done. The demand for by the republicHos show tluit they are with which Roweey did the member, which ooourred ut Ahlsnd, Indued ungruteful. In order to carry was tho one his father, Cage Rnwsey, o,ittlo was not up U a month ago. Lyon ' at Ho Va., April 23rd. him. In & Allen bought 1 3 out a dicker by which Hannii was to be had when Frank Ellis killed reMuub FAA.A R Wrmht has Just Mr. John and sold them later at $1 premium. niMde ScuKtor from Ohio, they miide connection. with the matter, ' " 70 from Scleufle Hill, Pukskl Co., maned fiOporcwt Com Chop Timothy Hay, tolls us that although Culvea Mild at Sl! to S2- -. auondiiig normal the old rami rolgn that position witli J McRoberts " Chicken Feed wliere he htw ! 26pcrbu. 15 ' M Ixod Hay.. dgured In iony the bait of beiug mudo Secretary of the older Roweeys Tay' COAT. ' " IR of their killing sohool conduotefi by Prof. L. N. Clover Hny.... State. In the Semite ho could have scrape he never knew lljporbu. 10 '' " Falls Uranch Lump lor, who is u very tluo Instruntor. Sho Millet usually getting killed thorn- - j but as anybody, a lmnnlns nguro-hea" 10 '' " UollicoLump much pleased with Pulnskl been '2Q " Straw in their rows. George Rowsoy Secretary of Suite his falling mind has solves " & PLUMBING, Food Ofti 10 H iiuoplo. oouiay family that ho know TINNING lOiKirbu. 'JellicoNut liuulu him thoroughly Incompetent to is riio tint of tho " on both feed and coal In KATK lUBOHMAN lllld Milt-ttRowsoy, Special prices 40M;' MlSSlK Corn perform tho dutlos, and ho has on mora who has killed a man. Jasper KY Powell, of tho Wost End, accom70 per owl largo quantities. Shipstutr brought the adminls who was taken from tho Jull hero and C. than ono occasion Pluiiihliig panied by Messrs. J. II. Hooker and Is now prepared to hung by a mob years ago, was not ac- mid Tinning. Solo do all kinds ofof Doun s proprietor!, tho Farmer Hop- tratlon Into ridicule. Tho old follow W Adams, attended of murder, but of wounding u llliirk Dliimoiid Hoot I'niui . Tolophono No. was iired yosturday and turuod out to cused kins show Saturday night. Thoy went an all around bud char "0, reblilunee. Shop on Mill St., ppltu J. die, after being horso in his day and man and being Chris& Co.'s Mill ' H. Uawshmaii ( uctcr. from horo to Lancastor to tho serving his country well. Convontlon. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. LANDiiB-rirs NbV Wull Paper of the latest spring E. C. Walton, btylcs. Prices made to suit the purC1.OTHINU. huts and shoos to nlcaflo chasm-- . W. B. McRoberts. everybody. Severance & Sons. IT Is not price but quality that deAt Cost. Wc will eell uny article HoMliuud farm mixed paints. Bust termined the cheapness of an article. Li)i)di nnlv and at In the market. W. B. Mcltobcrls. in our stock ut absolute cost for this Wit boII tln hcKL week. Tuko tho advantage of reasonable prices. Penny's Drug! SlUNULUS and rough lumber of all Store. the jovveler. kinds for sale. Mark Hardin. Uiminims Warren ,t Shanks Fishing tuoklo at Craig & Hooker's. of country produce.cash Hiram Powell, Onion Sot and Garden Seeds at Gilbert Creek. To pay - for all kinds Up-To-D- ate Managkk. this-Dan- Vl ut French Organdie In Dress Patterns Pretty i") 11 Cai-son'r- allii: .'10-i- New Styles In Percales & Ginghams. Ladies' High Standing. Collars. W( .. t. ' m -- Brad-fordsvlll- e, IriU. wzmzm Kmmzmm SHAMTKS 1 i i ..I- m m m 1 MU-'o- 11 SFBIHG IS H BE - ! i 1 to-da- PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, HI w yet-tonla- y. man-ufuoUi- . -- J 1 1 CRAIG & HOCKER'S. m 11 ,, mwjmmmmmmmm Or-uJiar- d. well-know- n PT 1 WAR SEVERANCE & f ' J I n, I . Fals. ... j )' FIGHTING j ,- - -.- . . I .. ... ,,,, I P r--rt , ai j , A ls. !.,....,, , SONS. ii ava - - $ iwmmmmmmmmimmMmk i ! :l II frl il ?" LOO-do- i, MASTIC MIXED PAINT ! Ki-a- or 1 e M n, WEAR Leadp Oi5 : LONGER, - Uley sil,iv two-yer-ol- , In And Colors ASso Stoek. 1 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Jfl , Rft-.dol- A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. j 1 11 ; d, j. T. Jones, STANFORD, i wan-ver- o ' j 11 21-- tf J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. tian Endeavor y- -V t ;'. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. LAND AND STOCK. m John tlaflcy, of LaPorte, Ind., In n Beuzotta. 2:00!, has been bred to CKAI1 OKCHAKD. KY. lit of jealousy, shot his wife fully 1'atchen Wilkes. Notice U hereby given tlmt tlio d Ims lost n Cortlflcnto No. 141 for live HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & 11ns just returned from tho C. L. Dawes bought of W. O. Watts and blew his own brains out. shniesof stock In the Louisville Savings, X'u.'blicii.oA''U.asAo.jrD aadrrLdavo 10 calves at 810. y Charles P. Bnrnard, a Loan unit Ilulltllnir CoHlimnv! wild certlll- " "In.1 SURGEON, TvPTT -John Gooch bought In Garrard a cnto is tinted tit tiny of Nov., 1S00. and wus farmer lhinu near Hartford, was lost as follows! Ilv bolur nut nnnv mill enn Stanford, - - Kentucky. Slii IJ JCK.YJCA.lt IX A3J VV2sTCa2 thrown from his horso and killed. Ismail bunch of steers at 4e. Markets, and lms bronchi with her n not ilow be found. wol- I linvu tniitlv uiillrntloit for a new rurtiil choice selection of all the novel tic of the Ton thousand school ohildron Senator, 2:10, recently sold forSo.OOO. Olllce over lilgglu .V MeKlnney's Storo. 3" When not paid 32. GO will be charged. sunon. An inspection of her Mock is io cute coined tho Sixth and Mnth Iradiana He changed hands atn yearling for $'20. ctilledfor mid shams, utnl nil otons nr itixjit to show cause to Id Cotnimni' llclletl. Rejriinonts as they passed through l,ffl0 2::i0 trotters and on r before four vwk from tills dte why Somethlug like pacers carry the blood of George ii new t'ertlllcntc hull not ltue lu Himi o'f en route to Chluatnauga. For hatching. Muck tin one lost J. n. HIH'CK. In a drunken light near Albany, Cliu- - Wilkes. I.!UIL'llfUI. oOc. Uvht April 11, liis Wnr between piano dealers lin forcutl we to buy my jjoods dtiet from tho fiu'torim Ilrahiuns nnd Ilroii7o TurkeVH, I1.C0 mjt J. Fleece Robiuson sold to B. G. Fox ton County, Will York split Will Roy's THE .ind pay spot cash, and tlmt why I a citing of la I'uro stocic. I. S. TkVis, a half interest in his saddle muro for head open with an ax. Roy will die. good piano for lass tuonex thnii It can behail Sliolhy City, ICy. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. iinv where on earth. Pianos from ?Ju to Three people wore killed and several $112.50. ho. Organs SM mid up. Citil on or adW. A. Tribble's Kate Malloy will bo Trains lraro Manford at 7 10 a in , returning seriously Injured by a tornado which dress, J j5 HKEI). Stanford. ICy (s) ROBERT FISH. at4:3Sp m. bred to J. K. & M. S. Baughman's jissed four miles Southwest of Atlanthis year. KNOXVLTb"bTviSION. The crack barber. now bark nt hi o ta, Texas. stnud lu.Mr. Kgbert'jtsUiii-rooi- H Nutwood, 2:1SI, has W producing rimdv to Despondency frgrn an attack of conI llrt-ola- s 24 Train going North No. give ou a 12 37 n lu shave und hnlroutl AH Dealer In sons, wliile To of Ins daughters have " 3 13 am sumption caused Richard M. Newcom, No. 2fl " " needing work should call on him. He It " txiuth No. 25 " 1210 am Hiiro to please jou shown standard spood. Crab Orchard. Kv. (t " No. 23 ' 127pm a railroad engineer to commit suicide Hj order of the l'lonl I'ourt. illrvctliifr James Adams, a stock dealer near l'oralll Points. at Hnnderson. the Turnpikes of the coutiH to ho let out In ' BOUND TO SELL, HO'JGH TICKIH-- fcOLD. Because her husband caught her Richmond, has assigned with assets ectton from 2 to 5 tnlk to the lowest and Order Olllce and Feed Kvchnnge near Ky.d Crossing. Depot St., Manford, tw lildder. rented bid will be received by $35,000 aud liabilities 824,000. HAUOAOK CHKCKEI) T11HOUOH. tho hired man, Mrs. Frank All tlio'se Malln Cullivntors, Coal V.ird. Mill Si.. latel J. II. lllgglns' the Court of Lincoln Countv For any Information enquire ot All those IU1I benring Dcerlng mower, Jailissaint committed suicide nt her Brock & Rallsback have bought 750 metiilltig mid repairing the turnplliet for Stand. Siitlsfuctlou Guaranteed. Jan. of All those Hall bearing Dccring binders, hogs to ship this week and next at 83 to Lincoln County, which Is to lucludo illtcli-In- g JOC S. IUCE, Agent, Albany. homo near New AH thoo nice working Docring hny mid open, repairing nnd Stanford, Ky. The saloon men of Carrollton have, 3.30. Tuggle sold to Scott 5" sheep nt keeping keeping siune open the culvert, repairing nnd rnkcn, $3.35. Winchester Democrat. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. innlntulnlug the bridge-- thereon, nil bid to of their own accord, agreed not to open All those nont looking huggio, U. D SIMPSON, I'ror. MllS. All those solid Oak ult Furniture, their places on Sunday or sell a drop of Annie Taylor won at Newport Friday, lw filed on or before VIA UEOKOLTOWX. All those cross rowing corn planters. 1 at 8 to 1, and was told that afternoon tcr, : Kentucky. AH of those at I). L. CAKl'KNTKK'jJ, Jt. A. M. r. u. A. H liquor to any one on that day. 2iOO 83 Le. Somerset, Arl2 55 10 year old Negro, for 8100. She was owned by J. B. Lcn Mitchell, a " 1131 3 15 " Jet. City, 820 Newly furnished, clean beds; pplonilnl llti.sldiiville, Kv. 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 630 was given 10 years in tho penitentiary Gentry, of this place, and was in R. H. nml the contract to expire Jan. Nt, tUv tablo. Everything Porters " Frankfort, " 6 30 1165 All tnetal shall be llrit dim durable 800 SO o for burglary at Lexington. There were Brouaugh's stable. trains. broken sulllclently fine to nt It meet 8 40 8 10 5 30 Arr Paris J. L. Cogar & Co. bought 2,000 bush gjenteit tllntnetcr through a two pi ring. Inch nine indictments against him. Dally except Sunday Gravel to le free from and C.n.UEKCA'W.O.F, A. A Negro, 'who is charged with as- els of wheat at 05c, and 400 barrels of shall be spread not lex tllrt and utul.tleeji SPRING, 1898. than They will ship 7,000 nnd six feet wide. IkHIi clne 5 lnclie corn at . saulting two white girls in Todd coun-iof metal to QUEEN & CRESCENT. be furnished the contractor. And each had to be rushed oft" to jail at Bow-lin- g bushels of wheat to Kuoxville, Tenn. section so letbyami compacted for shut! be Trains pass Junction City as follows: lynch- parties. Midway Clipper. Green to prevent his being muliitnlucil bv the contractor u to the No. 1 South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North 3 81 p in Wanted A combined sjaddlo and charter spcclttcntlon of the turnpike on The Illue,Gras NiirserleOlIcruver thing No. 3 " .... 12 irj am " i " 3 21 a m ed. which each ectloii U livated. shall Ikj kent for Orchard, Garden, 11 HI a m " 6 " No. 5 " 132pui No. 9 " 8 20 n m Charles Bentley, an engineer em- - harness horse or mare, not over 6 years free from ruts, hole nnd pootv Tho road Strawberry mid general Lawn. No Agent, " 10 " ......6 00 a ui nursery Catalogue old, mast be a good saddler and gentle bed to Ims rounded o a to prevent water on No and 2 do not ston. 9snd 10 run no further! nlnvnil nt. thn T.Olltsvillo Rallwav PoV application to than Junction city. from ,. u. unnn,v, i'4U- - driver, uot afraid of cars. Address Dr. no standing or running thereon, anil In 11. f. hilli:n.meyf.u, nA UI UUU3U, tt3 UUItUV tsv'fc't'uvu lustance to be ut'owed to cut through the (10'J) JUulngtoii. Ky. Pittsburg, Ky. OP BROOKLYN. metal, nor will ntiy section be received Telephone 3f ly whirring ilv wheel and crushed to l rllble xouu acoit oougHi twunuuy uuoui ware tho half-ol- e death. Royal makes the food pure, ny the contract2,000 pounds of wool at from-1to 20. or,All metal shall bo sprer.i rejected by wholesome and dcllclouj. A Paducah jury, while walking-oand work received or the : R. A. Dodd bought 10,000 bushels of Countv Judge and Magistrate In whoe tho street, found a verdict against J. the section located. All of ald plktw whent in Woodford county this week Loulsvillo. Ky.,; W. Perkins, charged with grand larceshall be laid otf lu section of from two to Co., ScotlaiKl. ny nnd flvnd Ma minlnlimont. nt. nnn at 95c Jessamine Journal.' lle mlu each; each tow numbered fmm the end of same nearest AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN At a public sale of Shorthorns hold at KOUNDltD 1H06. fe I vcar n lne penitentiary. Stanford, aud bidder can Osceola, Iowa, 30 females and live build ly for a manyeach wild sectionbid aseparateI E. F. Farrlngton, the famous bridge of he see MiAXS. delgnate section. Tho I engineer, who was engaged in the re averaged 8142.57 and at a sale of Aber proiier, but must bv sections theAll hid tnusi Ikj bidding shall The Ladies KestftiirHiit I the finest in cattle at Clarlnda, Iowa, 1k Hied before li o'cUx'k u , May 0, Ism. construction of tho suspension image tho city. Every convenience for Indies iOYifl 21) CTANroitt), KV. The Court the right to at Cinclnnatiwas struck by an electric by W. S. Karnngban, females and 15 and all bid.reservecontractor shall reject iinv stidiiig the day in the city. glvobouil The bulls averaged 8120.50 GeuUcnm' Cafo on olllce lloor. car and died shortly afterwards. to the Commonwealth for benefit of the G. M. Givens and Josh D. Swope are Countv, approved securitythe be unproved to Mrs. James E. Pepper, of Fayette THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. atte-tc- d Tlscal by the C. countv. left home to catch a tralu for back from South Carolina, where they ,by the Judge InCourt and Manager. ut least Uouble the amount County have been for six months trading and of the vnluo of the work to be done nml conlost her pocket-booCincinnati. She Music - Tttoil.iv, Tutirid iy andSundny erforuiiiuce of the containing SI, 800, nnd returned home selling horses. They found business ditioned for the faithful -Evening. work In maintaining the ectlon or tvlloii to find it had been picked up by a farm dull, Mr. Swope only disposed of a car contracted for during the rtslrvd time. The load of horses during his absence Tl.o road owned aud contracted l tho hand, who kept it safely for her. AbioluteljTOsTB W. J. Debaun bought of John Rals- County for which bid will be received lire The Court of Appeals relelved At1)3 cents. us follows Stanford, Kv., dis- ton 700 bushels of wheat at .Stanford. Dlv Hlver. Gnrninl County torney General Hendrick of tho & Co. have bought 50 cattle of nnd White O.ik Turnpike road comp.iu) holds that he must Sanders barment order, but containing 314 miles, Moreland aud Car- ROTM. BAKING rOMDtK CO., new YORK. Dealer In. Is Receiving his pay into court tho money which the George Robinson, for November deAud station 4 miles. Klutrsvlllo aud n lower couct had ruled him upon and up- livery, at 4c. and 50 from different par 'loasaut Point 2'4 mile. Stanford aud Creek from It Intersection at tho Goods. ties at 3i to 4c. They also bought 200 on his refusal held him in contempt. ford and Crnb Orchard pike c.xcludln A. S. PRICE, hogs at 21 to 3c Harrodsburg Demo- - J f",", the iort 011 lu the town or Kowinml Goods Warranted. Chris. Merry, convicted of the mur crat. I to the limits of the City of Stanford. Hus- Surgeon creew t tunes exder of his wife, was bunged at Chicago Fit Guaranteed. R. H. Crow has sent four finely bred tonvuie and carpentersDentist, Friday. Merry's neck was broken mares to Versailles to bo bred to Hum- cluding portion lu llttttonvllle, Hustoiivlllun miles: excluding Give Him a Call. and HrndfordsvllleSH when the drop fell. Ho maintained his Hustonville. Stanford and LancasStanford, Ky. mer, 6112, who stands at 850, He is ter ft of miles, excluding rejMirtlon In the the composure to the last. It will be nearly a brother in blood to Advertiser City of Stanford. Lancaster and OrOffice oyer Mcltoberts' Drug Store in theKOwsley J OlIS I), CaSTLKMAM, . O. Lakiiak. membered that he was captured in Ken 2:15, and sire of the champion year- chard, excluding the jKirtton lu theCrab of town Huildlof. Crab Orchard. miles, Danville and Crab tucky. ling, Abdell, 2:23, being by Elec- Orchard, STANFORD, KY. the jvortlon within the The Ohio Legislature has passed a tioneer, dam by George Wilkes, and is corporate excluding fatanford. ltowlaud and limits of bill to establish a village of Imbeciles I41, miles, Crab the only horse living, except Advertis- coln 2Orchard. Turnersvllle. Ilnjlu and Linmiles, McKlnney sta- Farmers Co near Columbus. The theory of the pro- er, fi tion ane ColTevs Mill 6 mlle-t- . Hanging Pork bred that way. moters is that agricultural pursuits INSURANCE COMPANY ud Green IllverS miles. Danville. Dlv Itlv-e- r Through the efforts of Jesse F. Cook. OF STAKFOUU. KV. and Lancaster tl4 miles, Stanford aud tend to raise the standard of intelli- of this county, The Lexington Union Knob Lick T1, miles, Stanford nnd Otteu-helS 2 CO, MO OC gence among imbeciles. The bill apOF LIVERPOOL. Stock Yards Company is now a reality. miles, miles, Stanford and Halls 5(lap h, Pill ap C&piUl, Munford and I'reachorsvllle miles, Surphs, 17,603 80 propriates 3150,000 for the purchase of The organization of the new company Stanford and Mllledgcvllle T miles. Hush ffietitlNt. . Stanford, t Ky. not more than 1,500 acres. years, for- was the result ot a meeting of stock- llraucb 5 4miles. Crab Orchard aud Chap-pel- Ur prorltlans of Its chsrtrr, drKtttori are 1 Richard Smith, aged 77 Gap miles, excluding txirtlou In Office on Lancasterstreet at Residence. men held ut the Second National Bank Orchard. Highland nnd UayuesburgCrab fulljr protctsI at re df ultor In National IUnka, "', merly president of tho Gazette and la- llahl to Saturday. Slmou Weil, tho noted miles. Turuersvllle, MoCorrnacks Church lu lireUuldfr hrliiit hrld InJlTlduallfthrrrln it ' ttiKk MANAUI.IIS, ter of tho Commercial Gazette, died in stockman, was elected president, J. B. aud Knob Lick 5 miles. Hustonville and tbecxtent of the auiuutitof ihrlr to tbeamouut lu. the par value tbmr, inaddltlou In tuck harw It uujr act ai eiHUtor. al McKlnnev Station '.' miles. resided there since Cincinnati. He rtsl truitce, Ac , aifullj aa an IndlTlduaL Oommorce .Building, Louisville. and J. F. Cook Embry, uilulitrator, II. HELM. 1341 and was prominent in politics and TcndcrlDK our thank lo thoM who haTeentruet-(s- i .1. V. ll.MLEV, numone of 11 directors, and he and a their butlota to ut, we truit tbejr will coutluue Afut Throughout the outh. G U.COOl'EU. other affairs until ho lost his sigut a ber of others took 8500 each of stock. to do so, and we oiler u a guarantee for protupt Committee. to tame our 20 yvara' In few years ago. For years he has done This April 20. tnlK Wm. Moreland, A. J. Rice, Win. and ailllral iccouiiuodilloui utare comUtvnt his newspaper writing by dictation. with wjuuJ bauklag. Cooper and T. S. Elkln took S100 each. liOCftl Agtnt, OIRXCTOMX. is Boono Spencer and his wife chose a Both of the railroads want the yards J. J. Wllliami, Mt. Venion; rDirncD Stanford, - - - Kentucky. W. 11. Cutuuiint, I'leufhenrniej horrible method of committing suicide. and a committee was appointed to get Ti j v. J. 11. Uwhr, J S Owalpjr.Sr., 3?tf He had been in jail for several weeks the best bid. S. II. Shauki. U'illlaiu (touch, H J. Kuibrjr, J. r. Cal , at Murray on a charge of A. W Carfnler; J. K. I.jrnn, F0RTABi,r. A FcitTHEit Reduction'. The His wife asked to be allowed to go into J. N. Mruchc. orricao. his cell to see him. Later the jailer Chesapeake t Ohio has made u further GL'AIIAXTEED. S. ll.Shanki. lVMldent: found them clasped in each other's reduction in the rate to Norfolk for Ow.Wy Ca.hlorj J. II. V. M. IlrUht TVUet arms with their throats cut from ear to the Southern Baptist Convention. The Tin: ear- - Mrs. Spencer's head was almost round trip rate from Lexlnjrcon will be S13.50, good poinp and returning nil 6evercd from her body. miro U o FIRST NATIONAL BANK rail direct, and SIT round trip, good Judge iJarr overruien fi'ii And Denier in new trial and going or returning via Washington motion for d OK STANFOItl), KV I'KXBTKATItf HARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. sentenced the Louisville in the peni- and the Potomac river steamers. This of finance to seven years Capital Steck $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 rate includes steamer transportation. EIGHT GREAT STATES ST N FORD. KY. tentiary on each of the three counts A special train will leave Lexington Attention ot the public la railed to tlii f.ict that Is the only National Ilauk lu .Stanford Ibis upon which ho was convicted, makiug on Tuesday, May 3d at 4 V. 51 , reachKentucky, Toiiiiosmo, Vlrplnhi, the I'njtliloni ol the National Hank Act .North nnd South Carolina. 21 years in all, but tho sentence is a ing Norfolk at 2 i M. next day. Tickdcpoftltora are Mturnl not ouly bv the catlal atock, Alubuum, MNtdvilppl. huthrthc ttotkholders' llalillltr Inr an auibiinl pnnpnrrpnr, nni nml Mnlvnlfht will ets will also be on eale May :1 to May thentock eualtn iccured aoth.it dviuMioriof thliluttltu tlon are hj a fuiul oliiio.ooo llrx iworu have to serve only soven years, all the (Ith, good to return 13 dajs, with privt.itemi'iit of tho mndltlonoi the Ifank are made ilege of a further extension of 13 days terms beginning ut the same time. each year to th L'nttwl .Stall (lorrruiiiciit and Iti M? wJ!?Tiw !?! w auta are cxainliiHl at utated fluid hy. (joTi'rnim'nt by depositing tickets with C. & O. tiri rgents, thus additional Hint Irtffktlt tlv't aaU't. Ilt'twten Louisville nni' tho South todeiioiltori. agent in Norfolk. The C. & O. has two Special Ratcs to Norfolk, Va Thla liiMitntlon originally vstabllihcil as the Oe Mr How enn it he dono0 Simplicity in On account of the meeting of Southern limited vestibuled trains dally, and is posit Hank of Stanford la isfls, then reorganize ai construction nnd not I'doniring to the fiyMnyVMt t&t ofStnutord Baptist Convention at Norfolk, Va., on shortest line to Norfolk. For further Typewriter Trust result in niHioiu'st pro- tho National a Hank Unit National lu ifA audaKaln THREE DAILY TRAINS the Hank ot reorganized ' In M2, an had exist 3?tHNNtttwHjo May Oth to 12th, the Chesapeake & information address G. W. Barney, D. duct at an honest nrico The Ulickens-deife- r ence for hasyears,practicallyItetteruninterruptedStanford Kncli way between LouNvIlluund Lexington 3.1 aupplled covr wlt lt Is is the only high grade machine at facilities for P. A., Lexington, Ky. Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to traiiuctlni huslnea promptly aud lib-- f reasonable cot. It is built on .strictly rally than ever lcforolu Its loot; ami honorable V. A. Tl'ItlC, G. I' A.. orfolk from all stations at one fare carevr. Arcouma of Individuals, tlduclaritn, firms scieiitilic iriiiclplcs, and of Washington. I). C. When a girl goes to stay all night nnd most durable material. only the best and indlrlduals solicited. rate, good going May 2 to 0 and good to W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. V. A ! DIKKCTOKS CVHr:: return In 15 days. The return limit is with another girl, it is called a "house Some distinctive fcatiue. visible woric. Ivy. F. Held. Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden. Stanford interchangeable type, portability, durubil. S. T. Harris, " subject to an extension of 15 days addi- party.' S. II. Ilaughuian, T. P. Hill, A woman is always safe in being sar- Ity, doing n way with ribbon nufsuiice, tin J S. Hocler, " tional by depositing ticket with C. & V. W. A. Tribble. Walton " " varying" alignment, unexcelled castic to a man not her husband; ho is ing. S4 scpitrntc chmctero. etc., manifold J.H.l: Collier.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Veruon. O. agent in Norfolk. Remember that etc M, D.Llmore, atuuford. Is the only Tho B tho C. & O. Is several hours quickest nfraU to make appropriate reply. TftwWwS . 0KKIC8R. a daughter's wedding outfit Getting receiving higliwt award nt World's J. S. Hocker, President; J.' J. Mcltoberts CasbU ItOUTIi route from all Central Kentucky points. tlltttlltiat Fair. Improved since A. A. McKlnney, , .The Utst Line found I'roui Two limited trains daily eacn wa- y- represents the rainy days her father Send for catalogue and testimonials. tltflltltili has been trying for years to provide scenery unsurpassed. In order that TOLEDO AND DETROIT MOORE BROS., GE2TL AGTS. TPwwws arrangements can bo made for slee'per for. All I'olnu lu Michigan. 5 E. Fayette st. a woman really loves a man, she 213 F st. X. W. If service send in your name to the unVmhInitnn, j). 4 likes to havo some one go along with B" 'timon Md. A.A..L. CHICAGO. dersigned, stating what train and date ho leaves town to take White City Stwlal." you will go on. Write for any Infor- him every time for her somo man. ltest Terminal tetallou. WV lA 1 mation wanted. No rouble to answer care of him ST. LOUIS. questions. G. tuliiclent" and a 50.000 pouiidi of wanted. "A word to NASHVILLE, TENN. AToldlng the Tunnel jpwl?tTi VIUVPJ m'rn -- '.. I Lexington, Ky. W. Barney, D. P. A., from tho wl.e the wlebe1$ nulllclent, but you word market prlco. ?eo Woollefore 3011 Highest aik nio ihould ell. J, 1 undor-signewell-to-d- o T- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL NOTICE ! I DR. R. M. PH6LPS, TORS. KITTY KING, I'l-Jf- 1 1 T I 1 LlM W Jk. IR, I I Mi, EGGS. m-I- I TURNPIKE Na-bot- h CONTRACTORS ATTENTION NOELcSON, Uall-roa1 I Coal, Corn And Hay, kit-slni- r I'l-o- iil , Mason Hotel tineas lirst-clnss. IsAJiSzT 9, 1898, lime-Mon- v. y, 81-60- FIRE INSURANCE . Trees, Plants, Vines. 1 I r ., V Insurance Company Insurance PHENIX .' tlU-trl- ct I PdS dVl fll LOUISVILLE HOTEL Caledonian of deen-Ang- R.B MAHONY.Agt, H. RUPLEY, k, POWKR AC.SNE. Merchant Tailor, Fall Lo-ca- 5jrR jwr-tlo- SASH AND DOORS, BanMTrust LUMBE Winter . & db,. w. b. PEiTiqTr. OYALi m T'-- ls B3Bbee s casuBnas, J.C.JvJcCkAY vice-presiden- t, eis-rlfn- c hank-lu- g W. A. TUlBBIiX, .ipIbSi mule-stealin- g. mmi - immm ITOElHTAKERI FRlOE. B35. Soutnem Railway er Un-d- tr a ptfffi iw,p'jts t! :4"ItM ,i"i"iTi'l tj?444tl?l'tttbr!b,i,o vw ft!?! J!tlU!iR tFtMnpl lyYYr Through Sleeping Cars I Uiiil-vlll- e. icken-derf- er tvpe-writ- er "BIG 4 lV I A W! 1 FEDERATE si !. I ! Veteran. Two 'UUltUz O. V. CblcaVo. " 4i4f ? f- ltirTlflllllaajiaaaaaJ.c4 4r4rtjttff 4? tjf! My wife has ued Chamberlain's Tain Halm for rliiiinl.itlsm with great relief, and I can recommend It ai n splendid liniment for rheumatism and other household use for wlikh we hare found lt V. J. CcrLKR, Itod Creek, N. V. valuable Mr. Cujier hone of tho leading merchants of this village und one of the most prominent men in O. l'mi-wx- , this vicinity. Editor KeJ Creek Herald. For sale by CUAHJ A HOCKEIt, Drug, jlsts. . s lm the wise' TUow who know. The oft re- II. Hoomj, Staufotd, Ky. maybe experience of trustworthy peated talen for knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry sayi Cham, berlain't Cough Itemedy gives letter satisfaction than any other In the market. lie has been lu the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for twelvo years; has lold hundreds of bottles of tub reiuely and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured, which 0ers hUseqJce Lincoln shows conclusively that Chamberlain's Is tho most aud Cuwy couillea. to the people hull stock of CotHilsaud Cask-et- s a bfactory to tie people, aud Is the best. For tale always on hand. raljf A llocker, Druggists. 1. ri. Carpenter, Manager. 95 who arc irou OFFICIALLY KRPRF.SKNT3 BOSTON. J. T. SITTTOXO, Undertcilcer, Huatonvile, .autucky ofest bnlted Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Sons, and other Organizations. 0 Wagner bleeping .Cars. Uuljet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, Prlrat Lompartiucut Curt, Ulegant Coaches aud I)n NEW YORK. a year. Samples, Four Two-Ce- Stairct 'Flicu'- - Rui'uctiox lu Cluba vtlt thla S.. CUNNINGHAM.' fauei Pe sure your tickets read rla "HIQ roUIt" LTiTMeCOItMICK, WAltltKNrJ. LYNCH Traffic Mgr., Ass. Gen. I'aw.iA Tkt CINCINNATI OHIO. """"" Uigi Ulnjll m jljji mi f mn siiiu stF