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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898042901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI I. CHURCH CHATTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 20. 1898. NO. 10 UNCASTER. -- The Western Recorder Is now print ml with now typo and it uppoiiranoo Is ( i byterian Theological Seminary, bering II), Sunday. d The general assembly of the Prusbj terlan church will open its session at Marshall, Mo., May 1!, at which time also the general ascombly of the Northern branch of the Prosby-tena- n church will moot at Warsaw, lud , and that of the Southern branch at New Orleans. There will ho no .dinner, on the grounds at the dedication of the Baptist church at ProachortvUlo Sunday, but the people of that section will take care of all vhdtors. The services will begin tomorrow, when the pastor, Rev. R, 13. Mahony, will preach. Preaching will begin promptly at lOSundaj norn numCum-berlnnlnir-Quit- greatly Improved. The Ml. Xenla Christian Endeavor Society will moot for reorganisation nt '1.30 Sunday aftornoon, Mliy let. Tilt' National Holnlnoas Absolution will hold a convention at Bowling Those Green, May . Burton, canaddioHsthoRov. W. Bowling Green, Ky. Hev. L. II. Ulanton, chancellor of, Central University, Richmond, deliver- ed the baccalaurato sermon before the lrraduatlntr class of the Louisville Pres 23-3- 1. lntoi-oate- that, if the time should come when Mr. Rnthwoll'a ulttims itre withdrawn, he ... rtu,t,,vu ,ha Mosdatuos J h. Mount, of LaGran-- o, flf . ....,.,... .... , ..- n,.rAnlanil J. T. McRoberts, of Plnovllle, dolegAtlon ThU Is opinion of those the are guests of Mr. H. B. MoHobortn. who ironorally predict correctly regardThe lots on East Public Square, be- ing such matters Let us have no party longing to Owsley and Shanks, of Stan- factions and nominate the man who can ford, were put up separately and todefeat any republican and redeem the gether on Monday, and tho only bid Hindu wan $300 for tho lot on the corner of Hlchmond Avenuo and tho Square. POLITICAL POINTS. -dl-trt- ot. ,, MATRIMONIAL Ritcihi!-Me.vekj:i;.- MATTERS. The young lady, who denied to us so emphatically C! over the telephone Monday the report that she was to be married tho follow- t ing ovenlng, went and got married all i the same, feeling doubtless that Jibbing i I wnuurouuii uircuiusiiuiucs is c.xcusaote. l At 8:15 Tuesday evening at tho resiIN I I .. V Tiie Worm Covered WitfiLeatner To a man wenring a perfectly fitting pair of Shoos it as if the world was covered with leather He walks as easily as if On Wednesday Capt. Duncan received orders to have his men, who volunteered, examined. Dr. J. B. Klnnalrd j Baptist church, this city, last Sunday night. Bro. Brooks Is In his 7Uh year and was recently happily converted. To him and hlsugod companion have been born It children, nine of whom are living. There were four daughter and 10 son-- , two of whom are Baptist ministers. He was the last of the family to profess faith In Christ. Baptist Recorder. . NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, an unusual and happy event was the baptism of Bit). G. W Brooks by his son, Hev. J. P. Brook- -, at East Craft, of Manchester, Is raising a company to go to the war. Col. Jack China has notified Gov. Bradley that he will ralso a regiment of cavalry for sorvieo In Cuba W D. Coovort, father of W. S. and J. ( Coovort, died at Junctton City, aged 72. A wife alo survives- him. of Capl. J. C. Bryant, a grand-soRobert, of Crab Orchtie late Hiram ard, is raising a company of cavalry at Lexington for the war. (. apt Ulysses S Grant Porklnn, who received a commission from Gov. Brad-le- i lo captain a company which ho organized at BarlHJurvllie, Is ready to R. B. - began the work and they are being examined as thoy come to town. Requirements are as follows: Chost expansion must beovertwo inches; height not loss than foot inches nor more than (I feet I inches: action of heart and lungs must be clear and regular. About oO have been examined to this writing, Thursday morning, only four bolng rejected. Six came from Hlchmond and stood tho examination. It will be one of the best companies In tho service. On Tuesday night at S o'clock, Lem Whito, colored, aged to yours, shot his stepfather, Charles Anderson, a "Battle How" Negro, In the bowels with a ball tired from a 3S Bull Dog pistol. It i thought thut tho ball ranged around a rib and did not enter tho bowels, though It is a dangerous wound. The boy went to Jailer Boss and delivered himself to be locked up. He claims that Anderson was whipping his mother when he tired, and It is believed that ho will be acquitted. As this is tho third Negro that has been shot hero in a short time it is hoped that we will have a rest, as troubles of a kind, always come by threes. On Monday ovenlng about 7 o'clock, Porter Woaren, of McCroary, shot and mortally wounded Grant Loavol, colored, of Buckeye. The trouble occurred In Logantown, this oily, and tho woapon ued was a 45 Coil's pistol, the ball entering tho bowels and passing through, severed the spinal cord. Loavol died Tuesday morning ami a coroner's inquest revealed the forogolug statements as true. Constable Hammond nrtosted Woaren and lodged him in jail. On Tuesday a preliminary trl.il was hot for next Saturday and he was allowed a dence of her parents, Mayor and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Miss Anna Menefec, It is said that Cong'dSstuan D G. their highly accomplished and popular f'olson, of the 11th district, will not daughter, was led to the altar by Mr. run again next fall, having accepted a E. B. Ritchie, late of Tennessee, but majorship In the Secoud Hcgimcnt. now a practicing attornej at Frankfort, This would leave Judge Borelng, of Texas. The parlors were nicely decoLaurel, a cleat Held to dale rated and in the presence of the immeGov. Bradley has appointed A Tf diate family and a few other friends the Wood and O II. Wnddell to act a- vows were taken, Rev. J. B. Crouch, judges of tho appellate court in places officiating, and Mrs. Crouch furnishing of Judges Hiueiiigg and Chief Justice tho rausfe. Mr. R. M. Newiand and Lewis in the trial of tho cae or Stone, Miss Bessie Menefee were the attendAuditor, vs Pryor lor inureav of sal- ants and after a delightful supper, ary after the adoption of the constitu- drove with the newly wedded to Junction. tion City, where the latter took the Congressman D. II. Smith has been train for their homo in the Lone Star declarod tho democratic nomlnoo for Slate, to stop en route at New Orleans in the Fourth district, In and other principal cities. The bride accordance with the rule adopted by is the eldest daughter in a very excelthe Democratic District Committee, lent family and Is a very lovable and atthat if by the 20th of April there was tractive young lady, while the groom, only one candidate he should be declar- who a few years ago read law under ed the nominee. Hill tc McRoberts, and obtained liIt seems to be the plan of the oppo- cense, is a man of line habits and bids sition to McCroary to bring out a can- fair to make reputation and money in didate in each county and then trust to his profession. Their many friends a combination to olTect his defeat. It here unite In warmest congratulations Is a woll conceived scheme, but it will and wish the couple a life of unalloyed not work. Tho race for Congress Is happiness. made up, and the result will be Mc G. C. Baker and Miss Allie Haley, Croary llrst: "the others also ran." both of this county, were married at Richmond Register. . W. L. Secby's yesterday. Tho nomination of W. R. Day, o Thomas Joues, aged 17, and Miss Canton, O., to be Secretary of State Matilda Hendricks, 16, eloped from was promptly continued. He is a per- - Hillsboro, O., and were married. sonal friend of President McKinley, George Miles and his sweetheart and has served as Assistant Secretary Miss Birdie Fox, quarreled atOshtcosh, of State during McKltiloyVndminlstra-- ' Wis., and he shot her to death, aftertlon, and has had charge of the dlplo-- 1 wards ending his own miserable life.. malic negotiations which have culm!- -' Alex Smith, aged IT, of Casey, and tinted in the present war with Spain. Miss May B. Bastin. the 'John B. Moore, of New York, siieccods daughtorof Mrs. Henry T. Bastin, of Day as assistant secretary. He is a this countv, were married at the court professor of law at Columbia College. house by Judge James P. Bailey yesj 1 BAREFOOTED ! V) : I On n lenther enrpet. Our shoes cover your world with leather. We fit them perfectly. Wo try not to allow a shoe to leave the store that doc not do us and your feet justice Besides the Fit, jou will find they Wear well and that they are Stylish and Attractive. Cnll on iib. V :t II CALDWELL & LANIEK, The Lead ng Shoe nnd Furnishing House, rKVlLLE, EV. Go to Datillle as swn as posslb e and see the Handsomest Lino of In the Latest Colorings HEW WILL FiiFEl I Itedt, Moss GreeD and New Illue ever shown in this State. m the rinest DNplay of New Al- - Ever made South of the Ohio Hirer. The trip w 111 p iv you to sou and know how Cheaply vou can HamlonieIy Decorate Vour House Vou will llnd the latest sttles for painting houses, and all information freely given PICTURE FRAME MOULDING Window Glass ! Window Shades, All Kinds of Paints, larnishes, A. EI. N. W MAV. CLrnK. GIBBONS, Danville, (0) No. sno Main and I'alnt llruslios and Art Material at Street. ALWAYS AHEAD In Low Prices and Good Material. An gant line of Children's Suits. ! ele- BestLineof $10 Suits In the State. . Hue Shoe, Nobby Shirts. Stylish Neckwear. Suits made to order and kept In order one i en i. LAND AND STOCK. n march his uiun Into service Cosby N. Green, of Junction City, got tho suit of clothes, utc, offered by The Globe" for the first Boyle county man to regularly enlist In tho army. Capt. W. B. Grubbs, of Boyle, who was captain In Stonewall Jackson' brlgndu, Confederate army, Is raising a company to respond to a second call for volunteers. Waller Saunders Hiatt, a young Lexington nowapajwr man, has gono to Norfolk, Va., to enter thy navy. Ho has served In Company B., Kentucky State Guard and Is a son of the late Hiram Hiatt, of this county. This Item from Richmond recalls a project thought to bo dead: A "sorpa of engineers for tho proposed Black Diamond railroad has begun surveying a route through Estill county to the Eastern Kentucky coal Holds. ALLQUIKT IN CLAY. HIT KK.S'liWAL OK UOSTIMTIKS 1SXPKCTKD. IIOUS-L- Y Writing from tho homo of his old friend, Gen. T. T. Garrard, of Hev. Wood Lyttle, says: The war betwoen tho Howarlls and Bakers has abated for tho prosent. Wo are looking every hour for an outbreak. Wooten is still alive, but with no hopes Baker, who shot him, ha of recovery. not beon arrested. Tho Howards have not Wen suon for 10 days and supposed that they are in hiding for tho Bakers. The Bakers aro at. homo, but looking for an attack evory day. All parties aro afraid to stir and peoplo in general aro afraid to stop out at night, for fear they will be hUtplolonod of being friendly with ono side or tho other and b shot down. The county is In a dreadful stato of aTairs and all tho talk now hero is about tho Cuban or Baker and Howard wars, but the most talk Is about tho latter. I some time wish I was slier ill of this county 6o I could show tho people how quick I could bring suoh men to justice. They would hao to lonvo this county or roost in tall timber. If I had my way 1 would send them every one to Cuba and umko them light, where thoy would be most likely to get killed. I preached at Burning Springs last Sunday at noon and night to good crowds antl I think pave satisfaction. I will commence a meeting next Thurss day at Mils Branch, where all tho and Howards llvo and see what I can do for them. Man-ohe-to- r, Ba-er- 'PI,,, cmmplni, fnnrt. nf II t.ssmii'i has decided that tho use of tho word damn h not swearing. May wheat went up to 81 25 at Chloa go Tuesday. guard until that time. There are Hiding statements about the causos. Annie Taylor ran third for hor new which led to the killing. Tho defense, ' owner at Newport Monday. R. H.Tomllnsou, L. L. Walkor and J. ' F. Hold refused 51 for his crop of I. Hamilton, will attempt to ptove that 5,000 bushols of wheat yesterday John T. Gay. of Woodford, sold his Loavol was striking Woaron's Brother crop of 76 acres of growing wheat at with a stick, when the shot was iired. A largo crowd was in town Monday, 75c. James Mos-o- r sold to Georgo L. though but little business was transactfancy combined brown mare ed and but few sales of stock were made. Politics and war wore the prin- for iUO. R. II. Bronaugh started Flyer and cipal subjects of conversation. Five $3." to $115. Sever- Oriental at Newport Tuesday, but neihorses wore sold at lino horses were on exhibition, ther wits placed. al among them: M. S. Baughman's Thomas Reynolds bought In Pulaski Herndon 'c MeElwalno'sDukc and Wayne a bunch of heifers at 3c of Denmark and Cerro Gordo; Baohor and some stuot's at 4io. C. D. Chonault sold to Waller Bros'. Lino Deumnrk; T. O. Hill's 50 cattle at $34. Walking Chester and Htmilton & RobJosso Wllkos. Rallying war Richmond Pantagraph. inson's O. P. Huffman bought of John W. speeches wore made In tho forenoon by Gov. McCroary and Hon. G. G. Gilbert Stophotison some butcher stuff at 3.05 which, with tho drum and life, tired the and some of A. W. Carpenter at Alono Mackln. a stable boy, was spirit of patriotism and by night Capt. Sam McKeo Duncan succoedod in thrown from a colt and killed while ex100 valiant men in his company ercising at Churchill Downs, Louisof volunteers. He has receivud infor- ville. mation that his company will be etisist-o- d J. W. Bales has sold Cerro Gordo and in tho 2d Regiment, under Col. two other saddlors for W.210, the first Gaithor, and the boys expect to be or- named bringing $2,500. Richmond dered out in a few days. The uo'iipany Climax. is made up of good material and the J. C. Bond and W. F. Llllard will Dons will realize the truth of this a& slop about oOO hogs at tho Dowilng dissrtlon, If thoy ever meet them on the tillery. They are buying those hogs at Weld. Dr. II. M. Grarfi has sent n long 3c Lawrencoburg News. Anderson Cnrr's Happy Day brood petition and & number of letter to Gov. Bradley asking that he bo n.ade sur- mare has foaled a tine colt by Cecllian, geon for the aevond regiment. He Is a son of tho great G&mbtttta Wilkes. altogether competent. Liuco'.u county He has named the youngster William furnUhoe, 1H men to dipt. Duncan's Edwin. oounimiiy. Wantl A combined saddle and On Monday afternoon a largo, crow) harness bora or mare, not over 0 yours amttfinbled in the court-hotii- e to hear old, must b a good saritllor and pontic tho candidate for thtt democratic uom driver, not afraid of ears. Addriwo Dr. Ination for Uonsrotw prosent their J. Girens, Pittsburg, Ky. SUvor Tip, the tuddlo stallion, once claims, whlcb they did In a manner en- tiroly Butihfuotovy to themselves, and, owned by Bausloy Uvoa., and for which in some ItinUtneen, to the people. They they refused $1,000, was siold by W. .1. spoke In the fullowintr order lions. Li. Mason, of this county, to Wm. Coopor, G. Gilbert and John D.Thompson, then of Somersot, for $10. Ho is totally Gov. McCroary, Mr. Roth well not being blind now. Tho Rlohmond Register reports 1150 proaotit. Hvorything wont off quietly and tho spenkers wcro applauded by cattle on the market at Winchester their supporters. Mr. Gilbert, who Is Monday. Prices ranged from '2i to 5c, comparatively ti stranger here, made a the latlor tlgure being received by G. good Impression and many believe that K. Ulack, of this county, for a bunch of ho will have a good following. Ho 120 good Bteor. Mr. Black also sold L'o steers at 33.'l. Mules brought claimed that, If nominated, he would be sure to defeat Davion. Ho and Mr. $100 to 3125. Harper & Powell, of Jthe West End, Thompson attempted tc show that a of Gov. McCrcary's record was sold to C. R". Carson a part not In lino with the party, but tho gov- - inai-- 3 mulo for $100 and a crnor fully explained that hu always horse mulo to E. W. Leo for S&0 and a d to Pipes, of Casey, for acted In conformity to the principles of tho party as promulgated at tho time, 8S0. They bought of Rlnearson & Pur- and that ho has stood squarely on ovory dy, of Casey, u bunch of hogs at 3c. platform since ho was in public life. Thoy sold Allen ft Lyon a bunch at 3o. " asserting that in lo minutes after re- ce.vlngthotiewsof tho nomination of ,, Katerrrtselrecently, wblch leads mo to write Mr. Bryan, lie Ullldo a speech declaring his Intention to support him, and Ills tub. Icuti truthfully say I neieruutl any rema- diarrhoea, I haenev- tub for Willingness to Stand on tho platform. y u,o moro than one or two dose to cure of this county, who cr had to The democrats a wUll luMr or ciunn.-- w. know him und his record, arc In the stroid. l".ioMoVe city, Md. I'orMlefcy CltAiu majority, and It Is confidently asserted a iiocuku. Druggists. cou- j Car-pontorn g; Che-nau- lt two-year-o- terday. The engagement of Miss Carrie Wal lace Boone and Mr. J. Stone Walker, of Richmond, is being discussed with much interest In society. The date of the marriage has not yet been llxed An announcement is expected soon. Louisville Times. Thomas Howell, of Indianapolis, took morphine with suicidal intent because his girl went back on him. A few seconds afterward he telephoned for a physician, who saved him by hard work. The next day he ended his existence by shooting himself through the head. Tho marriage of Mr. Thomas Floyd Smith and Miss Mary Bruce was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, Judge and Mrs. Horatio W. Bruce, of 1500 Third Avenue, Louisville, Tuesday. Mr. Bruce is chief attorney for the L. & N. and is a relative of Mrs. W. O. Hansford and others In this section. A THE GLOBE, J. L. rilOHMAN Si Co., Danville, Ky. THE DOVE OF PEACE HAS BEEN ROUTED from its long resting place by Uncle Sam's Spring cleaning Germs and insects need routing ftooi behind your wall paper in 1ioue cleaning time, "or they will make trouble during the heated tetni Wall paper is so reasonable in price that every one can ntlord to clean up nnd beautify their wal 8 from our cxmilsite stock o't wall and cciliug papers, friezes and cuttings W. W. WITHERS, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit al Hustonville. Kv. 3c FrnTHuu Reduction--. The iiB Chesapeake A Ohio has made a further iiy : reduction in the rate to Norfolk for tho Southern Baptist Convention. The round trip rate from Lexington will be , S13.50, good going and returning nil rail direct, and 617 round trip, good goitii; or roturning via Washington and the Potomac rivor steamers. This rate Includes steamer transportation, A special train will loave Lexington in on Tuesday, May 3d at 4 i M , reaching Norfolk at 2 P. M. next day. Tick- -' 'fill llZ$!&l&R&12fo 1 !' : an. !); I ' ' j CARPETS. i I 1W! K s, 1 ots will also be on sale May :'d to May nth, good to retun 15 days, with piiv llogo of a further oxtotision of 15 days by depositing tickets with C. & O. agent In Norfolk. The C. O. has two Hmltca vestlbnlod trains daily, and is shortest line to Norfolk. For further' information address G. W. Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. Asked if he would go to tho war Gov. Bradley said: "My physical condition will not permit my going, but should foreign forces invade our land I would go and fight at all hawirds."' The court of appoals sustains tho lower court In the local option contest at Somersot, which Is a victory for the temperance people. The Suburban Stakos, worth Sl",o00, was won by Lleber Karl, tho favorite, at Memphis Tuesday. The Ml. Sterling Gazette thinks this a good time for Gen. Coxoy and his army to como to the front. Tho post'Olllee department has issued au order that no more Spanish mails will be dispatched. "A word to tlm nl'cls fttitlicleut" and a word from the wKe thould he indolent, hut )ou nU who aro the wise Thoe who laow. The oft re- -. peuted owrleiu'0 of trustworthy ikhwu may he taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. T, rry aj s Cham- hcrlalu's Cough Itemcdy ghea hettrr satisfy Hon thau any other In the m.irLet. He hat teen lu tho drug ImisIiios.1 at Elkton, Ky., for twebe earj hai wld hiyidretU of liottlesot this rcuely and nwrly all other cough medli-luiiiauuf uturol, which In the most shows conclusively that Chaiulwilaln' aitsfuciory to tho ople, and Is the heat lorsilu hy Craig A IIocLer, PruggWti. r The old way of buying carpets has playod out, nnd they are now sold almost entirely hystuuplos. This way you can buy them much choaper nnd have a very much larger assortment to select from. Ingrains, lints-olWiltoas and volvcts, beautiful patterns 1 I 1 MATTING Wo carry in stock alo a large sef thorn to you cheaper. Ht i I !- a . - ortiocut of Rugs, mid no one will !W It 'TERMS CHSH. I tlv I ' s it 1 n 1. J. McROBERTS, WE II VYi: 700-pouu- d III :i.i -- SSt;SS:;S;2S!SB,!i' JlT REHIIVED A I (Mi ; I I four-year-o- ld ld three-year-ol- Car Load SPECIAL Call and Sue Us. - Of tg Vehicles, so.no us1, And are cfler ZlX t)t colli-an- B11GII Court-- Hi Opp. Stu.foid, Ky. IB. K. WEAREDI St SOV, rIia.'..A-,.- f g- - Ji w..i,iih).-ii-ii-T(t)nft,),,lfaWW,w,w,r,I- - . J AT;, .,.,......1 ,i.,nAjr .SlilWIBPWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi i i. i; ' it. I If 'ft if' r; u ii If rii t & l'r r I Capt. Gen. Blanco has cabled Mid-ri- d Co., through its Owwithout that Hlce, on of fitrht THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tlon will which the increase to botaxvery agent, Joe S.S37S.S2, paid to Sheriff for Spanish ho can defend Havana warships. tax fianchise a ens Tuesday tobacco, would seem In London it is reported that the unpatrloll'! as well as idiotic action. the years 1S03 to 1M)G. United States has offered Greece would these worthies tax? The Stanford. Ky., April 2g, 189S What Snake. While coming to town yes- for her entire navy. necessaries of life evidently, since they terday morning David Benton, of HighMonitor Terror captured the Tho oppose making the very unnecessary a cow snake which meas- Spanish steamer Ambroso Bollvar,that article of tobacco, pay its part of the land, killed W. P. WALTON. ured over four feet In length. had 800,000 In sliver on board. war tax. . When Hr. Ayer announced hi Snrnapa. nflllcted with the rhenmntlKm for three Lexington has been selected as the Q. Si. C. Tllln to the world, he at once (ound the years, and had taken a hc hnd informed The O.N TO CHICKAMACOA. THIS olllee has been engaged in the phyticinus hi. frirmls. Such n remedy inc. more than one hundred dollars' worth Kentucky sol place of rendezvous for a B. THOMPSON, very unsatisfactory and undesirable offers the low round trip rato to vn what they hnd looked for, nnd they of medicine to obtain yet without were prompt to appreciate it merit mid any beneficial result. I relief Of Mercer, I a candidate for try ndvled Junction Clty,toniorrow, diers, on recommendation of Gov. Brad from prescribe It. Terhnp uo medicine known a bottle of lr Ayer's Sarsaparilliher totnld Klglitli Congressional job of printing county bonds to pay for for Congre" In the awl no Kcncrnlly oin patent medicine her that If It failed to do her Rood, 1 would notion turnpikes, this week. As they run for ofS1.35. Go and see the largest num- ley. District of Kentucky, subject to the nnd prescribed bv physician n refund the money. A short time In tho war department tho belief is of the democratic jwrty. in the U. S. since tlr. Ayer's Sanaparilln for blood dtxvnnci, learned that it had cured her, and SO years und have GO coupons on them ber of troops massed growing that tho campaign proper in and diseases of thr kin that indicate a nuelKhborof hers stmilnrly nflilcted was tainted condition of the blood. Hxperlcnci nlso entirely relieved of Ills complaint by interest, they nro as he Civil war. for Cuba will not be In full operation until G. G. hns proved it to be a specific in ucli it use. This la the unicral result of the large as n blanket, and printers will uUeatc, and sore of long standing, old administration of your It Untrue. Mr. A. C. Sine, who camo next fall. Of Shelby County, Is a candidate for Con- ulcer, chronic rh'umntlnni, and many I without exception, the best blood purf. LouIn the Eighth Congressional District of know the dllllculty in getting good re- from Cincinnati yesterday, tells us that other like form of ieac have lcldcd to tier ttith which 1 nm acquainted." Nathan M. Url, the . Centucky, subject to the nctlon of Die dem- sults. iiicpericvcriuguneoi ir. ycrl. was reported at Junction City that isville distiller, has contributed 8500 to There is no other similar medicine can Uln after other medicine hadiittcrly , ocratic p.irty. The testimonial re elved from physician show n similar record Others have Imi(Highland Jim) had be used In equipping the Legion for to trte value ol thl remedy would nil a tated the remedy They can't imitate the Gov. Bradley says he is not going James II. Carter. Wo or, authorized to announce volume. Here isotte leaf signed by KUh'tl record. Dr. Aver' Sarsaparllla has the a man of his section, who sent up active service. lo call any extra session of the Legis- killed 11. Lawrence, M. I)., Ilaltimorc, Mdfriendship of the phslclau nnd the favor n Spanish flag. We nro glad to state Tho war fever Is not rampant In of the family, because tl cures. It fulfill lature, to make an appropriation to "It afford me l!cnurcto all promise made (or It It has healed Is wholly untrue. The fourth section of tho to the iiccc whlc your preparation of thousand of tieonle of the most Of MnilNon County, n candldato for Conequip the volunteers. The general that the report Sartaparllla ha had In the treatment of dise ie that can mutilate malk'nant il mankind. District government will do that, thank the gress In the Eighth Signal Corps of that State has refused cutaneous nnd other diear ariilng from Nothing tins ever superceded it nnd noth. of Kentucky, Htihject to the action of the a vitiated condition of the blood. Were It itiK ever will until a medicine is made The jury in the case of Geo. Rowsey-fo- r to a man to volunteer. democrntlc'pnrty. Lord, and another infliction will be necesfary. I mlgh' give you the Mime of n record cures killing Francis Klzer In the courtMiss Holon Gould has offered a gift at leint fifty Individual who have been that tan show e ju.il In ofwonder greater In inmtier and to those spared us. cured of complaint (imply wrought bv Iir Aver' Aarsarmrllla. I)r. Danville last county court of iflOO.000 for national purposes to house at by the admlnUtrntlon of l)r .. vrr' ...... . .- Ayer's Curebook, n story of cures told by ,,. Kjir.n. day hung, standing 11 for 21 years and President McKlnley, and says she ;will pa.rtna. one very remarkable Imtance the cured, Is sent flee on request bv the ADDITIONAL LOOAL. wathatof a nuitecld woman who hnd live, I Company, Lowell, Mass, Write one for two years, and were discharg- double the sum If necessary. atCalonsvlllc. near thiftcltv. She had been JCs) lor It Spencer' IIiggins, colored, who ed. It is said that the man who hung When tho news of the blockade Yesterday's duillcs told of the fought IS months in the last war, is of ono of reached Havana the price of moat Inthe jury Is a brother-in-labombardment of the Spanish fortifica- anxious to go and fight the Spanish. The case will creased from 24 cents to 50 cents per the defendant's counsel. tions at Matanzas by the New York, pound. All food prices are going up. Q. & C. will change its schedule bo called again Tuesday. reThe Puritan and Cincinnati, which they t r The president hopes to starve tho next Sunday. It will be similar to that IS minutes. duced and silenced in It Watch Stolen. Miss Mary liar Spaniards into submission by a peaceyeswas provoked by continued firing at of last snmmer with improvements. man, of the West End. was here a de- ful blockade Instead of shooting them our vessels, when Admiral Sampson the The Old Maid's Covcntion see it at terday giving Danks, watchjeweler,chain out ol their holes, as they ought to be. and undertook a reconnolssance. A naval Walton's Opera House, Tuesday eve- scription of her Troops continue to arrive at Chlcka engagement in Asiatic waters is ex- ning, May 3d, and you'll bo happy. which wa3 stolen a few days ago. Tho mauga, and It Is expected that 50,000 pected near Manila, where the Spanish watch was a solid gold one and her inbo concentrated there. WOOL. J. W. Christian & Co., thro1 itials, "M. E. II." were engraved on it. mon will ilect has Uikcn position and is being by Commodore Dewey's their agent, Win. Moreland, will pay She thinks her house was entered, but Great activity prevails In the camp at approached squadron. Saturday is the day fixed you the highest market price for your had no knowledge of It until the watch Tampa. Great Britain's proclamation of neufor the establishment of a base of sup wool. was missed. up In British ports tho tor trality ties t plies for the Cuban sufferers and it is All the latest models of Paris fash- Low Rates. The L. & N. will sell pedo boat, Somers, and the lino orulser, said the insurgents ure gathering to Old round-tri- p tickets to Louisville May Albany, formerly the Abroueall, puraid the warships in the effort. Neu- ions ure to be exhibited at the Maid's Convention. There will be two 3rd to 20th inclusive, limited to 21st, at chased from Brazil. proclamations have been issued trality gowns made by Worth. 85.10, which Includes admission to raThe llrst landing on Cuban soil was by Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, . tickets effected Sunday night by the torpedo will sell round-triSwitzerland, Norwuy, Sweeden and There were frosts Wednesday and ces, and Colombia. It is unollicially known that yesterday, with a slight showing of ice, May 4th, 11th and 10th, limited two boat. Porter, Lieut. John C. Fremonti To be distributed among the people of Lincoln nnd adjoining Cotiutiu.x, All e iwk France and Great Britain have done but the damage, if any, is small. Show- days from date of sale, for morning son of tho "Pathfinder," commander. is to come to seo us, wi guarantee you will not ldinpioiiuted. adWith a small force ho went ashore in likewise. The statement that Portu ers were predicted for last night and trains only, at 83.55, which Includes s fare search of Information and obtained it. mission to races. Ono such proclamation is probably fair today. gal will also issue for the round trip will be the rate to . Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, has sent discredited in our dispatches. MCINTOSH. Mrs. Bottle Mcintosh New Orleans May 7l, limited 15 days, tho following to the president: "I tenMatanzas, at which the llrst battle of 30 piece. Silk, l' nin, Surah nnd Fancy Color at 25 nnd aV per yd, exnet custf the war occurred, is 52inlles from Ha- sister of James C. Coulter, died at on account of annual meeting of the der my services to command the TenG nessee volunteers. I havo called them 18 inch Illnck Grosgrnln Silk worth fl 25 per jd, now 75c, Jti inch llliiu and (..recti vana and has 15,000 inhabitants. It is Yosemlte yesterday morning and will Elks, and to Norfolk, Va , May 2 to Con- to leave tholr wives and mothers and Van Dyke Suiting at 10c per yd. our r0c Novelty Suiting at 2"c per yd. our 25c Nov next to Havana in commercial import- be buried at McKinney today. She on account of Southern Baptist 15 days, and subject feel It my duty to lead them on the ance and is a most valuable port for the leaves a husband and several children. vention, limited to city bulling at 10c per yd to extension by depositing with ngont field." U. S. to hold, ft is said that many A NUMBER of our patriotic citizens of terminal lines at Norfolk before tho The president, by proclamation, has Spanish were killed and wounded by are giving expression to their feelings 10th. allowed Spanish vessels In United m the shells, but the American vessels by hunglng out the Star Spangled Banwere unscathed. The result shows that ner and old glory floats now from many Fortunate Escape. Wednesday Stntes wuters until May 21, Inclusive, gow at Sc our Havana is at the mercy of our warships a pluce of business along Main street. morning Messr. James A. Pickett and for loading and departing, and Spanish In all Shades nnd Patterns nt 5e to 15c per yd. Our 10c Scrim Pickett, of Shelby, who are ships met at sea shall be jwrmittcd to 8c Scrim Ijicc goe at oc. defenHartwell and that they could destroy its ses in an hour. The Q. & C. will ix.uke a raw on its visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Severance, continue their voyage, If loaded bofore A Madrid dispatch says that the special train to Cincinnati, leaving accompanied by Mr. W. Carroll Shanks that tlmo in tho United States. Lieut. Rowan, of tho 10th infantry, Spanish fleet will not attempt to lift Junction City at 0:30 Sunday momlng and Miss Virgie Pickett started to round-trip- , a carriage under orders from the war department, on account Crab Orchard Springs in the blockade of Cuba, but will be used of 81.25 for the 5c Lend Pencils nt 2 for 5c this week, for uioro effective work elsewhere, of tho game between the Reds and drawn by two horses. At Nccdmoro has landed in Eastern Cuba, and is ii Papers of Pins at 5c, ono of the bolls that held the pole making his way to Gen. Garcia, to which means that the merchant marine Plttsburgs. dozen Shoe Luces 5c. broke and the horses keeping on, tho whom he will unfold the plans of the had better seek friendly ports. 2 dozen llotic Buttons for 5c, There are fewer loafers in Stanford 'chicle was jerked over, tearing the United Suites for with the Gov Bradley now has full instruc"f-Children')! Hou 5o ?t pair, . now than formerly, because they eith- top off, but strange to say tho occu- insurgents in landing an army in Cuba. tions from the war department as to Head Mourning Pins, worth 10c per box, at 5qf Jet had to go to work of to jail, but pants were not hurt, saveu few scratchThe yellow fever In Cuba Is an enethe organization of the militia. The er hxtrn tpialily rustic skirt lining at 5u per yd. there is still a pretty fair sized compa- es received by the elder Pickett. Mr. my more to be dreaded by soldiers than number wanted is 3,240 instead of 3,800 ny of who could be spared to go Shanks and young Mr. Pickett were the Spaniards. About the first of May them as stated, and they ranst be between KXTUAOKDINAKY 10c UAHOAINS and tight the Spanish. thrown out, but tho other two were the rainy season sots In, when military of IS and 45 und in physical he ages 5 Spools O. N. T. Thread for lOo, be carried vigor. CIRCUS. We aro to have u circus caught in the fall. Had the horses not operations could hardly H lioxe Hair Pins for 10c' If not a falive months, und then for the next once more. Master of Trains B. N. been very gentle a serious, Crochet nnd Knitting Silk, worth 10c each, nt 2 for lOo war events have beeii so few and we would lose 10 men from disease 10 The Roller tells us that Harris Niekle tal accident might have resulted. Ladies ilclts at 10c of such an Interesting nature for sevone from the guns of the Spaniards. Plate show will be with us June Kith, eral days that they ure hardly worth It must be a right sharp chunk of a The ships captnred are prizes of war and will be condemned as such. They taxing our space. Now that war has show too since its cars make a full train. One-haand their cargoes will bo sold. been decarcd, both sides ure doing the Wo liavo nlw the most conip'ete line of MNe and ChilWellington Glascock Is standing off and "tending" proceeds will go to the gov- Hither Men's or Lidiefi' Miss rooster act, the like they aro mighty anxious to jump getting her 20 old maids in fine trim ernment und the other half to the of- dren's Shoes nnd Ladies' Ovfoids. " 'pon top" each other. We may hear for the convention Tuesday night next. ficers and crews of the ships that seizOur Clothing Department is brim full of bargain. Suits for 12.50 and up Men's something drap In a few days and If it It is going to be mighty entertaining ed them, the distribution to be made Pants at !J5c per pnir upon a well established scale of divisdoes the Interior Journal will be and amusing, so if you miss It you'll Alwnjs visit our Carpet 'and Matting Department-i- t U far Hliend of any other in ion. the first to tell it in this section, its be sure to regret It. Secure a seat now. this country, Spain has Issued a supplementary special correspondent being under ornote to the Powers. It gives the causes Volunteers. Capt. Duncan teleders to keep us posted on every' imporBATTEIU ES ORDERED SOUTH. leading to the rupture with the United THE phoned the members of his comany in tant event. Sta'.es, nnd execrates tho policy purthis county Wednesday to come to Lan ADMIT NUM1IER WERE SPANISH DOWN South the patriotic people aro caster for physical examination by Dr. sued by it, denouncing the "unbridled WOUNDED AT MATANZAS. T. I). KANKY, Mnnngor falling over each other and almost J. B. Kinnalrd and the following re ambition' of Americans. It attacks PORTUGAL LIKELY TO JOIN SPAIN fighting for the privilege of enlisting sponded and passed: H. Rowan Sauf- Gen. Lee, and says the Spanish people Hranch stores at Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lnwrenccburg, i"ynthi-nnAGAINST US. in the war against Spain, but not so in lcy, Ashby McKeo Warren, John G. await the consoquoncos of war with Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Klizahethtown, Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. tranquility. in tho frozen East. Massachusetts is Lynn.V. II. Hall, D wight Root, Prank April 2S. Three Chattanooga, Thuro need bo little fear of the Orepreparing to offer a bounty of 100 to Lusk, Ex Reynolds and John Gill. ' batteries were hurried South from gon getting home In safety. She has m in. each man who enlists, while in Connechero today, believed to bo tho first Narrow Escape. Mis Allie Camguns guns, eight four ticut, a whole corps of Slate soldiers to be sent to Invade Cuba. and 30 secondary pieces, making 40 in that were asked to volunteer, declined den, of Rowland, had u narrow escape 28. Naval Washington, April all, besides her torpedo tubes. Then to a man to do so. It looks liko the from drowning while out with u fishing ollicers say Commodore Dewey must party Tuosday. She ventured out on she is probably accompanied by the Southern men will do tho fighting, win battles In tho Phllllplnes or powerful gunboat Marietta, carrying men will hire sub- log over Dix River, near where the K. while tho Northern sail for San Francisco. C. crosses that stream, and fell Into the guns and six six rapid-fir- e stitutes as before. Madrid, April 23. Reports adwater, which Is very deep. She had smaller pieces. Kncamped and Kngngod In Daily Miineuvresnl the Paik of Chicknmauga. bomWith the insurgents behind it and gone down twice and was sinking tho mit that several were killed In The son of Mrs. Nellie Grant bardment of Matanzas. 22 U. S. warships In front of it, tho third time when her brother, Craig who isadaughterof the late presKey West, April 23. Steamer Spanish army at Havana is occupying Camden, swam to her rescue. She was ident, having tendered his services to and money that narrow strip of land between the almost exhausted when brought to Glndo with provisions Gen. Fltzhugh Lee, a joint resolution Havana wus captured by tho for devil and the deep bluo sea or between shore, but soon got all right. was introduoed by Congressman Pear. Terror after a solid shot had dehell and tho iron works to maKe the son, of North Carolina, to readmit Mrs. Recovered his Watch. Mr. J. molished her pilot house. This is Sartorls to citizenship in the United simile stronger. Truly can Blanco say: Henry Fish is a very happy man. He a $400,u00 prize. Which way I fly is hell, States, hits his gold watch back that was stolen Washington, April 23. -- State on Gen. thus onbubltng her son to servo Myself am hell Lee's staff. Tho resolution And In u lower depth, from him at Brodhead. A Negro pawntroops remain at present point of was adopted by tho House. A lower depth, ed It at Lebanon for 82.G0 and the chief rendezvous indefinitely. Gen. Fltzhugh Lee, who has been Still threatening to devour me of police got on the fact and captured No word at navy department of Opens wide. studying closely tho war events, bethe watch, though tho Negro had evadbombardment of Matanzas. It is Kxcurhion to Chnltanoogn. lieves it will bo unnecessary to send a ed the ollicer to lust accounts. The nothought to be bad strategy now to opThe democrats in Congress will now to Cuba, nnd thinks it exsoldier attack city without land forces. If tremely unlikely that a naval battle pose tho 8300,000,000 bond issue of the tice in this paper served to secure to It was simply shooting occurred war revenue bill, but they should make Mr. Fish tho return of the watch, will be fought, for the reason that No doubt, however, no factious fight against it. Money which is valued as much for its associa Spain's vessels can not afford to ventui 0 From Junction City, leaving over the that Matanzas will bo seized soon. has to bo raised and quickly to prose- tions as its Intrinsic worth. so far from the base of supplies as Cu cute the war and patriotic democrats London. April 28. It Is believbu. His idea is that it will be a peace Burglar Caught. Tom Payne, a should not stand in tho way of it. ed hero that Portugal will be ful war, and that Spain will shortly youth, who lives near Spain's ally. evacuuto Cuba. The London Kentueklan Is now is- Klngsville, broke into G. A. Walter's Night Train. Tickets good until May 2nd to Ilettirn Mrs. Lindsay Is urging that KenThe big Spanish steamship Panama, sued twice a week and is as full of news store at that place tho other night and tucky be allowed full regiment of Write to W. O Itinu.mon, Gen. Pnss Agt., or Clm-.- . W. Xill, Division Pass Agt of tho Ceballos line, which left New us an ogjr Is of meat. Tho days of the stole a lot of French harps, pocket cavalry. York on April 20 for Havana with a Cincinnati for particulars, or ask ticket ngents. knives and candy. Ho effected entrance old weekly is numbered und soon there Tho oresident la thinking of calling number of Spanish refugees on board, wont bo even one to tell tho tale or act through it window and mado a monster for 10,000 colored recruits. and a very valuable cargo, Including, t effort to get into tho cash drawer, but as a connecting link between the will be recruited ut It Is understood, stores for the Spanlch failed. Wullaco Walter played the role Tho U. S. army and tho rapid present. armyt was captured 20 miles from Haof detective and tho boy confessed when onco to its full war htrongth of 01,000. THERE is one thing very certain. If he was confronted by that gentleman, Tin Second .Ssulon of tho Cnllojjluto Vent. S07 lis will Bradley donius that ho has com- vana by the little llghtljoiiso tender Gov. opi n this state of war continues tho suusidu who had considerable, proof against missioned any otlicers in the K. S. G. Mangrove, now belonging to the MosTsm-u-ars- r will not bo popular us a summer resort him. Owing to his mental condition as yet. quito fleet. Tho Mangrove, mounts und four 3S uolvers. New pupils entering ut that tlmo will do received Into the 400 appli- two this season and the pretty girls will Mr. Walter declined to prosecute Gen. Leo has more than full li.mrm.n havo to seek other places for thi-usome irom foreign The Panama is of about 2,fe00 wffs, und cull on or write to Mas. Sauklky ut the College or writ., for ei.tnliigiid, Payne, who is to be pitied rathwr than cants for his staff, Is a very valuable prize. blamed, hu thinks. WILLIAM SIICLTON, PitK.ii.ti.NT. countries. I Tm ! ..nl.1 lin U Ti-krt- itilpt Art) n tt rim The Adams Express DOCTORS DON'T DENY IT. - The frank testimony of a famous physician. 1 HON. J. HON. Chick-omaug- niter-war- d, 1 GILBERT, semi-annu- al well-know- n - :up.ir-(ailed- hon. jas. b. Mccreary Congre-Moni- Con-nectlci- ft. - six: pages. lontf-dtandin- w THE m Louisville Store m 1 $2,000 Worth of Extraordinary Cash Bargains 4 m p first-clas- Dress Goods And Silks. m m Fancy French Lawns ! 1 Extraordinary 5c Bargains - m m fot-wa- rd lf CALL FOR OUR SHOES. ILdMQK VIILILlli) BTdDMIIU. a, m 13-in- lS-in- 11 10,000 TROOPS Greatest Sight Since '63. I four-Inc- h Sar-torl- s, '63. CHICKAMAUGA. '98. $4 35 ROUND - TRIP 1898, Saturday, April 30 half-witte- d QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE slow-pas- Stanford Female College. On. Monday, Stlx, 1899. - eon-ques- t. : -- v , f , .. . ; t . fr , . . ; ,1 . iuiKMmt .x. Hi j. ij ' nTJtHUi . BjaTfMbiAwritHiiw ii J MlS" fr- - - . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky , - Ant it. 29, 189S W. P. WALTON. Jones, PLUMBING TINNING J. T. d & STANPOKD, KY no.r prepim-- to iln nil kind of I'luuililtif; mill Tliinlnj?. Nile proprietor of Donn'tt Tuluphone No. lllucU Dlimiotiil Itoof I'alul t J. Simp on Mill M.. 20. residence Ik np-nl- II llniijrliinnii&l'o.S Mill 21-- tf BUCK ENSDEBFEfi TYPEWRITE R. DOUBLE, FOiiW, mm I Gl'AKVNl'LKU PRICE, $35. " ft otbtlftjtttfttt;; 3t?tttrtjLt.'ttJf OR kingdom come. Miss Man, MAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND NICE ruu here, quick!" Priscnla's AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW ngouled tones sent tne living to the where I found her mounted on An (iriginnt style of "sore throat" Is tho top step of the btcpludder, urmud being elreiilntrd. but victims of it brush, with with tho it Is Jiift diMigreenblc us the which she had been polishing the counONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO "scratchy" kind. This tenance of my ancestors. Her eyes, 1 AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF particular 'thront" In 1111 unswullovv-ibl- e observed, were, stretched to twice their OF ANY. OTHER STARCH. lump Hint greatly pains the po- - natural size. KHVJTACTURED ONLY Qy - once (shenn'3-ou- r ma Miss Alice 8a3"What on enrth is the matter?" 1 vffeMir. who vuliily nttetnptH getting rid Tri wuz In de gtmleon under de orange asked. of It by that simple tind nr.turnl proc-iK1 "Mutter enough, chile. Dls ole lad- trees); sez she, 'Knte,' sez she, 'when. What Mirt of devilish microbe lias .KEOKUKJOWA. NEWHAVEN,CONN Is powerful onsartain, nn' jlst now likes a man I never talks, kasc hit der HowtHii It lie il.nif' Simplicity In niitlfjeiily lodged In the liintinn system, when I vvuzdustin'oIeMarster'spictcr, pleases mc ter listen, an when I don't wriniwni ur coiiilru'-lloami not belonging to t lit causing this uttcomfortuble and 'ponred ter tne, he kinder smiled nt like him I holes m3 tongue sosc he kin hit Typewriter Trut result in nti houett prosensation, may be known to me, same like cz he useter do, an' I wuz t?av all he hcz In his mind right quick, ThU starch Is prepared on scientific principles by men who haTO had rears of practical duct nt nn honest price The UliukcuH-ilerfe- the medical fraternity, but no name dut skcered I pretty nigh tumbled ofT." den I gits a chance fur ter git rid of experience In fancy laundering. It restores old Unen and rummer dresses to their in the only hie.li grade machine nt " natural whiteness and import a beautiful and lasting finUb. It la tho only starch I looked nt the portrait of my stately h!m.' rentxiniihle co-- t It l liuilt on Miletly has yet been given to it, ns farasMiiy manufactured that Is perfectly harmless, containing neither arsenic, alum, or any I got up nnd sauntered out of the other sutstanco Injurious to linen and can bo used orea for a baby powder. ntul of only the hot sitlTrrer enn learn. The luy opinion is, old grandfather nnd frowned; Priscll-la'- s scientific principles, utit! most durable material. love of sensation was apt to carry room, pretending indifference, but In however, this germ has been bred in sale by grocers. wholesale and . .- ....... ruiiiiMiiMiiiiiiTv irniuii'. .1'inn wiir. Uhl her for, but until now she had respected reality Priscilla's suggestion wns by . ..... .in.i.-..no means lost upon mc. Hugh Rancy interchaiiKvnble type, lUIIIUtLS. it only waited for the March winds tiy, Home; nway with rinloii iiillniiuce "Don't be absurd," I said, cmshlngly, was a thorn In m3 path, and from all 33 w to carry it to a place of safety to varying alignment, unexcelled manifold and instead of holding the ladder, as I appearances he Intended to continue ins; a I separate characters, etc., etc its "Sore" career, unchecked and was evidently expected to do, I crossed one Indeflniteh'. I had known him ns The II ickeii'derfer Is the onlv type- untrnmmeled by science. tho, room and retired to the shelter of a child, and upon my return to the planwriter receiving hkhest award nt World's tation, after my mother's death, he had the window seat. Fnlr Improved since A colored exhortcr In the course of Send for catalogue nnd testimonials l'riscllln, however, was not easily sub- taken up the old friendship where we A slim, dark n sermon on "Money, the Great llxil," dued; Indeed, I had often confided to dropped It, yenrs before. MOO KB BROS., GENT- - ACTS As well as in other matters. The la quoted by the Atlanta Constitution Fred that in my mind she had ail the fellow, with a ready laugh, but abso125 I'.. Karettc st. 2IHFM N.'W as saving: "My firm that makes only good garments at lute no conversation, he called often social brothrlu'. money cause qualifications of UVshlnirton, I). C tin. or Mil prices within the reach of all, and nnd n mnifniti nnd ngnln nt Southmeade, boring mc to mo" trouble In diss worP dan nnyt'Ing guarantees you satisfaction, is bound so, extinction and furnishing Fred with n I knows on. I'ac' Is, dc devil is In de cent capacity for ignoring snubs; g material for teasing. It It must either keep up to succeed. dollar! When I see a mnn vvld u pocket having successfully Inveigled me into wns true, ns Prlscilla complained, that ! its standard or quit the field. For over the library, after a moment's silence, foil er tncney I sny ter mvself: 'Dor's I did nil thc talking, when he came to a mnn vvhnt needs a gnardecn,' on' I she proceeded smoothly: "Mr. Fred's tholvln' bornd Image of see mc, but If I hnd not, I felt sure thnt feels des like tnkin' him home en ole Tin:... inarstcr; I sez tor Hlnery yistidday: we would have sat nnd gazed at each this has been the position of lockin up dnt money fer him. lit any 'Hlncry,' sez L if Mr. Fred wuz ezolc ez other in solemn silence. Rut Aunt or you in de henrin' cr my voice is got his grnn'pn, I clnr ter gracious 1 Alice's maxim, In Priscilla's Inngiiage, money on yo' ptisson. bring It right couldn't know dc dlnTrunce between set me to thinking, nnd to such purpose that when Fred knocked nt m3 door hunh. en Iny It on de nltnr, en go yo em.' " The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors, Her conversational efforts fell un- that evening with the facetious inforwnys, en lemme pnty over It till u was my cars, for I did not; reply, mation thnt "m3 little They started in the lead and have olcsblu' come ter It. Doan wait ter heeded on 1 went out waiting for mc In the maintained it ever since. They are count It: des come forwnrd en unload!" but continued to stare out of thc win- to meet him, resolved stud, the magic to try dow nt thc vivid sweep of live oak t!- -; I 'mice.! head ot thc crstom tatlor-it- ij KuA straight lijii.iicrntle Newspaper. effects of silence. Tho result wns branches beyond. The idea of selling Cuba was not r.i''; o America. domed bv the Imt convention nt the Every ear is Prlscilla climbed down nnd moved the startling In the extreme. After one or h Olllchd Organ of Domovracy. considered impossible nt theSpan-Is- h Indder before a portrait of my mother. two fruitless nttempts to "lead me out." & a j . ir rl progress in thc excellence of thei- - gnds and in the favor cf tens of court. Roth Cuba nnd Porto Rico "Lor," she said, passing tho brush nnd finding me nbsolutoty unresponwere secretly olTered by Queen Chris- carefully over the lovely young face, sive. Hugh pulled his chnlr closer to thou ardsnt their patrons. For the Free t oinngu of Silver. For the liicnuo I'huform. tina to Louis Philippe about CO years "Lor, Miss Mary, I 'members yore ma's mine nnd proceeded to "entertain" mc ou 'Don'i forget this. w,,cnmeasure ' e V' I For the Democratic Nomiuuos. ago. and for the inslgnlllenut sum of weddin' day Jlst like hit wuz yistidday; for the first time in his life. My dullfor or t For the Interest of the Mnre. $2,000,000. The Philippines nlso were sho sholy wuz n benuty, an' young, too, ness seemed to stimulate him. for the a D0RN' ni: or oicrcoj: vou are fully guaran I became the merrier he prew. teed i to iti lit, k:le, nureriil and workman-ihitendered for a smaller sum. Tallyrand only 10 when she mnrrled Marse Ralph." quieter No tniuakei or niiihti are tolerated. Whether he attributed my apathy to was to have had commission of $200,- - Shu paused nnd looked over at me. All the Latest Telcgrnphlc News. You liwc jiumltedi of patterns anil all the latest or apprecia"Miss Mary, huccomc you ain't never sudden All the Iuitctt State Newi.. The documents were readv, but Y 000. tlc to select trom. And after all you pay tion of the situation, I do not know, but All the Latest Market Reports. le$j money than for low grade tailoring. Louis Philippe nt the Inst Insisted on a married?" before ver3 long he launched into a perI Correct Com l Reports. "That CALL ON reduction, which nngered the Spanish sternly. Is my own affair," replied, sonal conversation of n tj'pe he hnd Correct Market Report. envoy, nud he tore up the contract over Prlscilla Reliable News Reports. "I 'lows you had lots of chances. Mo- never before attempted. n dilTereuce of 515.C00. No doubt other desto Powlcr sez Hetty Green (Betty could no longer complain that "he never Honest Editorial Policy. nations would have objected to the sale, was my ninld) tolc her you done los' do nscertnincd no subject, for he "ascerbut the Spanish queen was ready and count of de gemtnan what nxed you ter tained" so much in a comparatively even anxious to elTcct it. mnrry 'cm." Of course it was despic- short time that he gave me ample food And The ably weak of mc, but I felt my heart for reflection. The story is going the rounds that wann tovvnrds Betty. "She sez es how Semi Weekly Interior Journal, Prlscilla met me with my lamp just n Florida fisherman, weary with von wuz n jlnuine belle when j'ou lived after he had gone, and the expression of Both t satisfaction on her features was pulled oil his boots, stretched in de city." I did so, however, and to ignore. "Did she. Indeed?" 1 snid, feigning nn himself on the river's green bank, ancj Oao Year For Only S2.65. went to seep. An alligator In search Indifference that 1 was far from feel- went yawning off to bed after first reproaching Fred bitterly for not coming of dinner spied the sleeping Usher-mn- ing; "thnt wns certainly kind of her." "Hut ef you nln't never felt no lennln in. ! ciavvlcd up tho bank, swallowed Well, the story is soon told. M todes marryin', Miss Mnrj you done him and retired in good order. Utit light ter stay single, nn' I reckon when cnller, finding me so unusuallv pensive A MFTROl'OLITAN Xi:SPPKR after a time he remembered that the 3ou count hit nil up, you hcz done nnd thoughtful, beenmc so emboldened late Hibernian's boot were also re- chooscd de better part." thnt nfter several visits lie gave me an Thoiouuhlv Lqiup ed with nnswer definitely, Kvi ry Facility to keep joii posing on the bank. A dinner without I laughed. is rather hard on opportunity ' to "That daily ported upui all the whether or not he found favor in my wns no dinner at All; so he Henry, Prlscilla." event of the world. . . . to It tturned to taper off on the boots. Rut "IHncrj is n good busban'erhusbans sight.he did was hard nfterconvince him thc use of n not. but go. Miss Mary, she said, "but when a thnt U .1; while he was in the net of swallowing mouths, Dnih, except Sunday, good dcnl of plain nnd earnest English , them Another lisliermnii, recent 3 oar 0. Dallv. with Sunday, 0 mouth-h ar- 'oomnn marries she nln't free no long- n 1 finnll3 perstinded him that I wns real- TIIK er; she's bleegcd ter insult nnodcr pus-sojl; 1 venr, ;a. rived, shot him dend. nbout everything, nn' deres times ly possessed of such bad taste, and n v.i.i...... r:tr ntcn.vTrMi - Kldv' of ,he mo,or- U few minutes later he rushed out of m.3 ijHujrpub when tint gits kinder tiresome like." I.i.i.1Htl... KI did not tell Prlscilla so. but in n presence, sprang onto his horse nnd lie intention Again. A quarter of a crude way she hud expressed my own rode furiottsty nwn. ''i'ttir. has pAw-e- binee he introdun-- objections to matrimony. It must hnvc been hnlf nn hour nfter a l.ii,.-n-..coatrivnoe ,Wn bv a "I wuz young nnd foolish in dose that Prlscilla came Into the library nnd Muam ..r water imssiu through n days," she went on. "an' he wuz de bes' found me staring into an empty hearth "Huccomeyou let de fire go out?" she K ' "" ,,e ""un " " "yro-peu- dancer nn' de bes' tiddler on do plantal'"n"-vCtt''' engine, it uns tion, nn' de odcr nigger gals wuz fairly asked, reprovingly. the popular Mftlf ttf t!f "I did not notice it," I answered: "I wild ter ketch hltn, on' 'lowed ez I !:"&"! JJo l.i'.st of which Is n vibrator, wlth'tim. wurn't gwlne ter let 'cm git ahead of was thinking of something else." Sho chuckled: "1 reckon von bleeves k.MC.1i i! Jr 'l,,l aitiiehments, supposed to dls- - me, so when Hlnery axed me, f MJT. tips nn' sez 'ves 'fore I knowed what I wuz now, Miss Mary, dat Miss Alice knowed it.tr.-rintthe air nnd release an etheric what she wuz talkin' nbout." fone, Ktely lia! tewlved nt one time doln'." I "What do you menu?" I demnnded. "Well, ho has made you a good husfront his dieiple ns much as $100,060 .JMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMI. She looked nt me quizzically. band," 1 said. "Mr. Fred thinks n for options and stocks. He Is still grent "Prlscilla," suddenly recalling a noise dcnl of HVtiry." on the verge of success, but not quite Prlscilla pursed up her lips; her ex- I had heard in the book closet adjoinnnd.v for the public demonstration. pression conveyed the idea that she ing the study; "Priscilln, can it lie that could tell much "an' she would." but you were in yonder listening?" For n.any yenrs tho scientists of all aloud she only cald HIGG-IN-S "Miss Mnry," replied Prlscilla, hinds have known that gold nnd silinto a dramatic attitude, "don't you "Ise got money lnid up, Miss Mary; I ver could be extrnctud from sea water. reckon hits wuth while fur Hlnery ter be glttin' ilamngntious ngninst me; Vse stjfjl Now some men up in Maine have set be consnrtin' hlsself kerrect wid me; too ole ter be treated like dat! 'Sides, my ole sez ter mode chile," assuming nn nir of righteous in(bless SttJ to uo'k nt the task, nnd present, ns night Imothermarried,her) wuz 'Sylln,' sez she, dignation, "ain't you tole mc ter jUii inuiiiiuniiie proofs of their success, sev- - 'don' you never let- Hlnery git hole of straighten up dose books? An'cfl'se !.! ..l ,, s VO tiu iiiiiu, turn, I.... ..!.... cones 01 what you earns; he'll rcsplct yon cf wucked so hnrd nil day nn' kant fin' uui pieasing j these precious motnh. They dou't tell you hez money of your own,' nn' Miss time ter do it twell now. Is you gwlne Wi j us, though, remarks the New York Mary, chile, I ain't never forgot dem ter git mad about dnt? I done wh.t x. jrjtjj Times, how much the cones cost them, words of advice; she wuz a good 'ooman, you tole me an ef," breaking into an irresistible smile, "I heerd what I :rh ' aid until.. that is douu the Klondike my mother wuz." ...in "0U1. 1,s ounPoor Henry, thought 1. warnt (Ruled fur ter beer. Lor knows. w,u -- U "Dcrc's no use talkin', Miss Mary, of Miss Mnry, hit wuz jlst what 1 'spiclonod 1 ilvxic J. imr.n. A c',Iani1' li,iC l,1'V ' the harbor of you wants ter hev peace youse bleeged I would beer ef I listened; but de trufe C,1'r'if iivrov""10 W ' 1K1''- tff!--!?t!-Rnina puts its vietims on a common ter take a stnn' frum de fust. Now Is, chile, I oughter bin In bade hours tt ' ' ! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiinir deies Hem,oit wouIdn't'thinkR now, ngo, htld of sittln up like ills, jist ter 1 lie sailor newest to the serv but he wuz ez skittish eza colt when I make sartln of somepin what I knowed T T T Manish. already. "Detroit Free Press. lce h0 ,)Mi4hei, , thB jestructlou of innrricd him." j "I certainly wouldn't have thought thc Mnl Kpfi "o longer classetl ns an na." T renlleil- devontlv. rememberlntr Tho Cheiokce Is a p?ifcc Check Hower; a eifect Hand Drop Plnnter and a Per Smiirt 3liin. ori'innr8canian- - He, with all wiLitsi, jno mcek-facclittle man who called riammond Is he a greatcplcure? oTPWWWftritHHTWPVK! ect Self l Planter. Tr, one. Beans Yes. He knows "nil the unM0,,B8.l"0if'0 company of thoselrrisclllowlfe. IHncry holy wuz mannish, MIsa J known dlshcsv N. Y. Journal. ic foreoti 11 v Woman,, Tho Louisville, Ky., litis n brand of nev vnmun of the brand newest kind. Shu has tidvnneed beyond the cigarette imoklug stage, nnd while she does not iMiir divided nether garments or wear "plug" lint, she nevertheless suiokos jpenly on the streets of the fnlr south-ecity , nud smokes a pipe nt that. The Louisville Courier-Journvouches for the fact, nnd tells the story thus: About l:.T0 o'eloott the other after-noostylishly-dresseyoung womnn, iImiiII 21 years old, mused nlotig l'ourth j venue, nctually smoking n pipe. It was n diiinty briar root, with sliver curved umber Mem. mountings nnd She smoked complacently, nud teemed totnlly uiicouulou-- i that she wns tit tructltig nn unusual ninount of nttcn-tlonot bccKUM she wore n bcniskln 'acket nnd n jaunty lint, but solely belli imp she Miioked ti pipe. Ah she con-timil out Font tli iiveiuie nuny people .iw her nnd wondered, nnd every mnn m ho pruned turned to look nt her, nnd ilire uliom she left behind on light whliT of rich nroinn which demon-ornteto the pructfacd smoker that the young selected good quality of tobacco." Too-Nuv1 al HYACINTH SONQ. Sing a song of hyacinths: Larkspur's not so blue, Never any gallant roso Gathered from a pardcn-clos- o Hosier blushed than you. Honey-colored, Mary, but L tuk hit nil out of him dc fust vcar we wuz married," and ehe shuckled As I betrayed no wild interest In Priscilla's matrimonial difllculties, she proceeded to change the subject with an abruptness that was startling. "Miss Mary," said she. with the frank Impertinence of nn old servant, "Is Mr. Hugh Rnnej your beau?" "Of course not!" I replied, rapidly; "he's n friend of Mr. Fred's." "A fren' of Mr. Fred's?" she repented, thoughtfully; "n mighty good fren', cencc he comes ter see him twice a week an' sometimes oftencr." I apprcclativcl. "IRONING MADE EffiSY' W mnli fin m n 11 d 11 -- n. lawn ml open Held, Snowdrop In lior shroud. Hnowy tulips, crystal thin, UuddliiR prliklis of the vvhln, Pnle anemone. Yellow tulips, bubble-clea- r Lilac, thrift, may all he dear A they're fair to see. Prlmrcwrt pale and violet. These I yield without regret. Sweet though they may he; Homely sage and snowdrop chill. Laurel leaf and daffodil' Hyacinths for me -- Nora Hopper, In Dluek and While Closo-ero11 Snoot and cold your state you keep In a careless crowd: Crocusos thnt over-gild whtto as sleep. ill If. m jMir did not answer. n A SOCIAL ADVISER Oy Josephine much blggern my Hcnjic. He's downright hansom', Mr. Hugh Is, but he ain't dc much of a talker, is he? Ter tell trufe, Miss Mnry, I Mows ez you talks too much ter Mr. Hugh; 3011 gits him kinder flapdazzled, nn' you don't give him n chance ter git npvord In Idge-vvisc- "I 'member Mr. Hugh when he wnrn't ." I It. Nichols. stared at Prlscilla In speechless I 11 11 il "iT r de-I'ln- long-handle- d 11 an' I tuk notls dat you did all de talkin'. Mr. Hugh laffed an' laffed. but he nln't never ascertained no subject fur hlsself." "Prlscilla," said I with flaming checks, "1 wMi you would go on with your dusting." "PrUcntly, Miss Mary, prlsontly, but I hez had hit In my mind fur a long time ter tell 3ou dls (you nln't got no mother, Miss Mnry, chile), and I'sc 'bleegcd ter cend hit, I 'members hear-Ido lamps, n' "Dc odcr night wuz In dc hall fixfn STARCH GftET ' RFOI1IRR no rnnic-iwr-. VTM ,y U r uiiDiurrn Dnuj.ur u.u.iiuDinuLn ddac m re. r 1111 "Ii,' 1 111 bo-gi- n 8&S3 hor all retail 1 i Experience Tells N Tailoring.... P? 22 YEARS 11 leader-su-prvm- SUBSCRIBE NOW . ncvcr-cndln- WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. J tWrW M. BORN & CO, - i i H Invl 1 Ifl I j i p. iH The Weekly Dispatch J McROBERTS, STANFORD. k, difii-rul- 11 n, The Daily Dispatch Produce of all kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. desrt 1 i - WWWV ,,! ;'hFhtFh.HhhHtJ f ! F ni M Hi tJ Itrtltflftlttltttlttl.fTl'ffjtX tPVUPVVVTOWWW!! tttrtrhrjft!tt!ttTfht!f i o 1 SEW IWC MAOHINE. tt'ljTtio W ,54V 1 e W4 4444"4'i"itl ;( ij: fnll-In- g W J ij: The Latest Machine out, some thing new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. & McKINNBY. Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow ( J I I 1 - 17U' ,bt""&tli I'ytpww: f sU :''' 1 - I I f - i:lTHrHtlrlftirJ! tSJ5A5J555oSf d r-ril- I FOR SALE BY U. D. BRiGHT. MWP!"-1-' I'V1!' . mwii - -- ') l1"'!!!"!' y. i ,1 Hpfi.5,"1 xwwniiiii.xi iu tu V" iiww iiyWii.urtMaainiKWiWPwiiwiawfwwflbww iwptt"-fp W' "7iv- rr " 17- - - mm Jicmt,,r,Jif? w 'r &f T HW v. . It, V fit i Br Bit THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FREEDOM Stanford, E C. " RESTORED. DEFENDED HIS FLOCK. Avert Colored i J ' Kv., - April 29, 1898 A Farmer's ttihdnrss to an Eagle Ee Had Seia tic Pit Two boltarn for thr lllrd nml Veil klcpnlil When Hi Situ II I m Wlui; IIU Wit Illicit 10 ttic I Cltr L'tBea a Revolver to Unlet a Gatia; of TonKlm. Preacher in Kansas If it is Worth Printing the Tvvicea'Week Courier dournal Will EsitiiHissBlsOHQHul BVBBWHHIBBSjlEBBBBBBW8VQt?9 ; H. lii W s Walton, Business Manager. it i On account of the moetinpof Soiitbern Baptist Convention at Norfolk, Va., on May Oth to 12th, the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to Norfolk from all stations nt one faro rate, pood poiny May 2 to G and irood to return In 15 days. The return limit is subject to an extension of 15 days additional by depositing ticket with C. & O. apent in Norfolk. Remember that Special Rates to Norfolk, Va ..ounluliti. There was an interested crowd before a uirgo glass front, says the Whit-tiCerybody that of California. ca .nu tiiong jtuppc-i- either to "make or etbowul in toward the window to sec what the attraction was. Iner l es the C. & O. is several hours quickest route from all Ceutral Kentucky points. Two limited trains daily each way In order that Bcenery unsurpassed. nrrangements can bo made for sleeper service send in your name to the undersigned, stating what train and date vou will go on. Write for any information wanted. No trouble to answer questions. G. W. Barney, D. P. A , Lexington, Ky. Q. & C. Route. Low rates are of fered as follows; Woman's Foreign Missionary Society M. E. Church South, Chattanooga, Tenn., April (Agents in Tennessee only will sell ) Meeting Kentucky State Medical Association, Maysville, Ky., May 11, 12 and 13, and meeting Knights Templars, Maysville, week of May 10. (Agents in Kentucky only will sell.) Travelers' Protective Association, Tennessee Division, Jackson, Tenn.. April (Agents in Tennessee only will sell.) s i 23-2:i7-20. C. & O. Playing Cards. Owing 10 the Increased demand for C. & O. Play-.n- g Cards, the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which are now on sale at the Phoenix Hotel ticket olllce in Lexington, at 15 cents per deck, three decks for 40 cents, or $1.60 per dozen. These cards are 50 cent quality and will be sent by mail to any address on receipt of above price with four cents per deck for postage. Persons remitting 81.G0 for one dozen lots will have them sent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. d side was a nuigniticent eagle, lliere was a chain from its right foot to a huge piece of iron, some water in a pan, an untouched piece of fish, a few sods, and a large card with the words "For Sale." The big bird's wings drooped, on either side, to its feet. Its eyes were It opened and glazed and shut them now and then, but never once turned them to the jostling, noisy crowd that stood just outside the glass. There were no marks of violence to be M.'en, but the dull, pathetic eyes, the drooping wings, the soiled white about the head, nml the milled feathers over the body showed that the captive had been in chains much longer thnn it had been in the window. One of Ihe crowd in the street was a sturdy young farmer who had come Into town early that morning. He had pushed his way to the front and stood looking in silence for a long time at the great, helpless bird. He was sure he had seen 11 beore. it hod been captured, he learned from what some of the crowd said, in the country from which he had come. That settled it; it was the same bird. He had seen U on the mountain where he sometimes had hunted for stray sheep. He knew the big pine In the top cf which it hnd its nest, lie had noted it soar majestically and free about him as he worked in the valley, and had seen it sit motionless for hours on the top of some tall, distant ranpikc. Now and white-Wadedim-lookin- g. The Kansas City Times reports that the other night thcro was a special religious service going on at the Mount Zion Negro Baptist church. Tuepreach-c- r had warmed to his theme and the sinners were flocking to the nltnr and shouting "hallelujah," as only negroes can flock and shout, when a ponderous crash was heard In tho neighborhood of the third row of pews from the pulpit on the south side of the building. It was followed by another nnd yet another, each stronger than Its predecessor, and it began to look as If the Print it. And Every Democrat, Every Ilcpubllcun. Every Man. Woman or Child who can read will want to read It. k Courier Journal Is it The Democratic tmter, of six or elcht twee. Is sued Wednesday nnd Saturday of each week. The Wednesday Issue prints nil the Clean News, nnd tho'Sututday Issue prints Stories. Miscellany. Poetry, and all matters of special Interest In the home. It la edited liy Henry Wntterson. twlco-a-weo- H' yi fi JCrBssBsHtsslssssssslssssssB PRICE good-payin- Si.oo a VEAK. You pet 101 pood paper, of lx or eight pages each, for tl li-- s than one cent a paper. I'MsfuI premiums are given Club Raisers, g conunUMons are allowed and 1 ye;r Dallv Courier-Journa- l, Dallv and Sundtiv. 1 veiir Sunday alone, year. 1 agentx. Srt.00 SCO '.'.00 L TWICE-A-WEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- AND Sired by WnMngham 2,K.o, !re of Latitude 'JilTM, Walslnghum. Nabotli's Hire. I a son of Oeorgo WllUe 5ll. First dam Tinsel, by Mcvtengnr Duroe 10(1, son of Hitmhlctonhwi ami sire of Elaine 2t2t. the dam of N'orlalne. yearling record 2s31J- Second dam Hos, nUter to James Howell, Jr., by Hamblotonlati 10, sire of DextorSiKM. Third dam Jotilo Sayre, by Harry Clay 11, slro of tho dams of St. Julian 2jUJ(. Hodlnu Wo have made a Mieclal clubblngarrnnge- tnont with the TwIce-a-Wee- k Courier Jour- 2:lt!$ and 15 others that have produced 2:a0 trotters; nUo slro of the dam of Electioneer. nal, and will Feud that paper nnd ours for I ourth dam by Liberty, sou of Lance, by American Kcllpe. the price named to all our sulrlbers who Note. Xaboth Is a buy, Ifi handi high, foaled Juno 2s, is&s HI pedigree contains blood will renew nnd pavlu advance, or to all new sulerllt'rs who will pav In advance. Sam- of llambletonlan, Oeorgo Wllki, Mambrlno Wilkes, Pilot Jr., and Hurry Clay. ple copies of Courier-Journ.ent free on application. To All subscriptions under this offer must bo I will nUo stand W.P.WALTON'. sent to Stanford. Ky i i seemly FOR ram JAl, $2,50. Til NSBOTH 10,016. Standard little (I ltccord nnd many others In the list. S.10. Both one year ONLY al Will Stand at $15 Insure a Living Colt. THE PEXJJ STREET AVENGERS. English Hunter. n, I'l' Parties contemplating euchre or whist clubs should not miss this opportunity to lay in a stock of fine cards at such low rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., C. & O., Lexington, Ky. rates to Lexington, Queen & Crescent Route, May 4th to 7th, good to return until May 10th, from ull points In Kentucky. These rates account meetings of the Kentucky Stale Epworth Leajjue and the Kentucky and West Virginia Grand Council Commercial Travelers. Ask agents One-half for information. W. m C. RinearsOP, gcn'l pass'ragt., Cincinnati, O. Southern Baptist Convention, Nor 2. I HH folk, Va., May Tickets on sale via the Queen & Crescent Route at the enough. The young farmer elbowed his way rate of one fare for round trip from all Every man you see In Minnesota In along the window to the door of the game season carries a gun or keeps points on Its line to Norfolk, Va., ac count the convention, which meets at store; then he went in. one handy. The Minnesota man who "What d'ye want for that Dates of sales, said. "I'd like to buy 'ira." bird?" he tells this story says he heard that counthat point May try preachers go prepared. May 2nd to 6th, good to return 10 days "Two dollars," was the reply. "When game does (lash up on you in after date of sale. The most attractive "Very well; I'll take 'im." Minnesota," he said, "it Is worth shoot-luroute to Norfolk is via- the Queen & He paid over the money and the bird nt. No matter where a man may was handed out to him. Crescent Route. be in that state, or what he may be doThe crowd at the window watched if he is seen "he eagerly as the farmer came out with ing,pick will a be excused make a break. up gun nnd to the big eagle under his nrm, nnd went it. btraight across the street to where a Tho natives understand out there was "The last time 1 was ladder leaned against a billboard that a was some ten or twelve feet high. At the sitting in the baggage car of 1 train knew route. foot of the ladder he stopped and took talking to the conductor, whom 1 very well. He asked me when went .The liest Line loind From the chain from the bird's leg; then he in where my gun wns, and had to went slowly up nnd placed his old TOLEDO AND friend or enemy, lie was not sure All Points In Michigan. which, but no difference on the top of the and came down. CHICAGO. The great bird had been n prisoner 'White City Special." for so long that it seemed for a time to Best Terminal Station. have forgotten how to be free. It sat LOUIS. for awhile as it had sat in the window. Avoiding the Tunnel Hut gradually it came to Itself. It lifted fit st one drooping wing and tucked it BOSTON. closely to its side, then tho other It Wagner SleepingiCars. mlsed itself slowly to its full height, and stretched out its great head toward YORK. lluffet Parlor Cars, Wanner Sleeping Cars, l'rlvat the sky. Tho dullness went out of the Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches and Din eyes, nnd a fierce new light Hashed in; Ing Cars. then, nervously stretching out its He sure your tickets read via "UIG FOUR " huge pinions on either side and taking O. McCOKMICK, n step or two forward, It rose with n WAIUtBNJ. LYNCH Traffic Mgr., Ass. Gen. Pass.iA Tit hoarse scream and swept out toward the 2. g FREE ONCE MORE. then he had had a suspicion that it had carried oil an occasional lamb, and had more than once tried to shoot the bird, but hnd never succeeded in getting near crowd of white boys, alone brought il.1'00 nt the sale. some 20 strong, who were Intrenched on S." Hob Tall will make the season of isui at to Insure a living colt. a small hill beneath which the church 1U II. POWELL. nnd the little cabin rest. Some one of the boys fired nt the old pastor three : times, and then they ran, leaving htm the field. The church wns deserted, T IK UUKAT SHOW sTALUON and negro brothers and sisters scattered in all directions. When the poWinner of AW) stake at Lexington, won scevnd lice patrol wagon arrived with n squad of officers Deacon Allen was still stand- tuoiiry In JV) stake at Vrrsalllrs, winner of the ing in his doorway with the reloaded agt-- premium and swerrntale at I'arl., also winner pistol In his hands, ne was not ar- of other premiums In 1MM, slnre whleh time lie has rested, but the police are looking for been in the stud.a Eagle lllnl is brown, with small star, Charles Kerns nnd Bill Murray, who are stimlioter IG hands, has a (lowing mane aiul a known to be the ringleaders of the heaTjr tall. "Penn Street Avengers," as the gang Kagle lllrd was sired by King Rule, winner of calls itself. more than to blue tlo. well-organiz- and trembling, arose to the emer Chlef, hire of .Maud Messenger 2!l(l Drvn-noEnglish Hunter's dam by Dvuny's gency. He hobbled out of the door no by Imported Dreuuon. just in time to receive n healthy-lookin- g I will stand KtiglNh Hunter the seaton of stone on the top of his gray head. 1?U, nt my stable three miles from Shelby revolver was in the City, on the Knob Lick and Turnorvlle Ills old to Insure n colt, money bureau drawer at his little cabin just plko at $5 Is foaled or living parted with. due mare when colt back of the church, he remembered, and he hurried there nnd secured It. "Now, come on, yo' pooh white trash I wilt nlso stand one line Jack 13 hand brats," he yelled, In words of ginpounds, ger, as he stood In his doorway with Inch high, weighs 1,000 tho great black with white Sired by Champion his pistol In his hand. A brick whizzed Jack, points. Klne, whoso reputation as it Tom past his head nnd tore oil part of the breeder Is known far and near. Hob Tail's dam by Levi Huhblu's Prince, rickety old door In answer. Without Prince was the saying another word the old fellow liemember llrlguolla, which sire of Joe couldn Mr. Hubble and emptied bis pistol at his tormentors, a have sold at onetime for 81,000. Joe lilac cap-ond-b- services would have to be stopped, but Combined bay Malllon, 10 bauds high, (tirPreacher Allen, old and gray, decrepit ed bv Abdallah Messenger, ho by Messenger for the colt prove not to l salable at.M-llluCjMares grnied at ?2 jht mouth, which In all rus. imi,t Im paid before they away. Caro taken to prevent accident but not rtpoulble should any ivcur HUE FIMEdAGKS AT ONLY $5 EACH. Will make noch.irge season If J. K. BAUOIJWAN, Htistonvillo, Ky. tlm re taken OQDEJSBUQ 8787. itecord 2:2H. rll 2. - Chestnut stallion, BOB TAIL. 1037Sire of 3S, 1 of 1 Hliick-bur- , by Orange lllossom M 2 i0 by Mbblletown I.YJ slrel iurten ami the dams ol flfWn In 2 sun of llatubletootan 10. Sdaw by Truinsr's llellioumler OHANUKULUSSOMSS sire of Orange Chief 2 13',, eight others and the datnsofUd lluaiu 1 :ili etc ), by Mbldlelown IV, dsiu .Nellie l"ut dam oi Orange llud 2 by American Mar II, etc 2 dam dam.... t )4 arlety 'dam of Ogilentlxrg the dams of 130. Inclmlinr Ilalph Jupe, 2. 13 Ac 2vam.'brixio IFatclieri Crawfoid, Wle,2 Msired over IM. , sous have J-- 1, hinds high, bred by Dr L. Urn, Utlngtmi, 2 07 I, Cenmntlrw, 5. JTr. - ir, Will Stand at .rrTK-;iClensirR $10 to EAGLE BIRD. is an extremely hamlmme stallion all the form, . flnUli and style of his fa mous family ".f I m lObriiH) " lie Is uniHiblsy I lie Son of Miinl.it no ratrnen n t.rw., it.iir..r.i,. imp urrtiirr ami mini nil Pfi w.... and lh,tyle, pxl looksgalledpure gilt llehasagool dUlllnn. any one nn hamlle and drive hi ii. horses In the world and Is caoableol trotllna much r.,iir il.in hi. lioneof the purest 11. has hl with him always and Is an easy horvi to gel In condition He hss trotted miles In I 22 ami quarters in 13 seconds. All the training he ever had In his life onld not amoust to six mouth. He obtained his record when a four-yea- r old oter a muddy track at New .Wl-Anln.1 . hllchs loan ol.l ahloned high wheelr,l sulky sgalnst a flM of aged hordes. He wpn the rare In thixi straight heals ., headed, afraid of nothing ,.He it a show honw as wll as m imiior ll.. I .n .!,.. He la very level t-, ....,. M . ? ...!. nieiM iiibi"t nrniucsj aim iniiiana sun nas won a nunilr OIr ptemlums, Has won a tmm- rain in l- Insure A Living Colt. wb .'1, !.'. nanllel svd ler of sweepstake ,. .... premiums. Will Also Stand A Good Jack At $8 To Insure Living Colt. M. S. BAUQHMAN, Stanford, Ky. A STOPPED FOR GAME. ailnnenutn Hnllroiul Train Conductor l'n lied the Coril nml the Whole Crew Went lluntlne. dim ngton. 1st by Star Hagle, ll son oI'CaI. lull's Isli- 2nd dam by I Camlet Denmark, win of Washington Denmark. 3rd dam by lUrrls' Denmark, son of Miller's Denmark. Eagle lllrd will make the seuviii of at his stable 2 miles West of Stanford on the Shelby City I'lkeat the extremely low price of JS $10 TO INSUSS A LIVING COLT. Ilr-In- BIG 4 ST. 1 1 DETROIT swee)p.take lirumtumltt IClrksvlllernd U unsur)aved. In his own ring at HarnxUburg. Mares from a illslaucu will bu furnlihed grata af Those wanting to breed to a good sad le ter May at Sl.W er month ami must be paid at stallion ure cordially Invited to look nt our the removal of the mares. horse and see htm move. He was sired by Second Jewel, he b; CunCare sill bu taken to preteut accidents and escapes, but will not lio tvnslble should any tecur ningham's Jewel, he by old Washington l'arjlng with or removal of mare forfeits the insu- Denmark. Gilt Edge's llrsl dam Minnie, by McDonn! l's Halcorti, '.'ml dam by Wells' Cru- K. V WdODir.Sla ford, Ky. rance. xitdur. his Una dam by Stonewall Jucksou, ho by Washington Hctimark, he by Itl.ick Deiimnrk, his llrt dam by Crusader, ho bv Old Whip, "ud dam a Itocky Mountain mare. Iiau-villea1 s Jdoney or rash note will l required when a nnv occur. colt Is obtained. 1 tit Eilge Is n red sorrel, lltixy Kagle lllrd l one of the greatest show (mix In mane ami lull, IS1, hands high, was foaled Kentucky, n his record In lsl.( will attest. A a Sept. fl, ls0, and Is a jntrfcet saddle horse. and tMik the breeder of tlne.grxHl colored, high styled calls he He was shown us a stand on my firm one mile north of Huttonvllle, on the Hustonvllle nnd Danville turnpike, my Jack. Illack Cloud, Hy Si COM) Jewel. This fancy unddloKlal-Ho- n will make season of 1M) at our stable At 53 ts t: Is:aro a Living Celt. Vi mile from Milledgovlllu, on tho Stanford Illack Cloud l black with mealy point- -. 1.1 it Mllledgevllle plKo. Ok lng to the scarcihands 3 Indies high and four years old. bred ty of money we will stand him by W M lliirke, of llovle County, sired by Tom Keene. At $10 to Insure A Living O.lt. llurko's old Jack, to Illack Cloud was A full brother sold Moncv due when colt comes or mare parted about four years ago to California parties with. Mnrtw grazed or fed nt reasonable for f.'.ooo. J A WIIIGHT Morelund. Ky. ratoH. Not responsible foruccldeuts nhoulil I Qilt Edge 261. iii.oisTKiir.ii. BLACK CLOUD will . LINCOLN KING, Sired by King Chester, ho by Chester Dare, he by Illack Squirrel. King Chester's dam Illack Hess, by llourbon llltiii. Lincoln Kings dam by Silver King. 2nd darn bv tlray Hagln. 3rd dam bv Comn'rliottom. Itli dam u thoroughbred. Lincoln King Is a rich hay, lull Ifi hands and has heavy mime nml lull. He Is four years old and a No 1 snd-di- e horse. Will stand at tho low price of Ground Squirrel, $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I will MADISON SAK01DQ2 m Si SON, nUo stand my line, Jack, hill-boar- d, NEW - t CINCINNATI OHIO sun. A ! i ;'i apologize for not having It. 1 forgot the custom. Then 1 usked him If there was any apprehension about train rob$7 bers. Just then he jumped from a Caro taken to prevent accidents but not Young Pedro 46961, A. J. 0. 0. trunk, grabbed the bell cord until I rcsiKinslblo should any occur. lothought he must have jerked the The Inbred young IYdr Hun A. V. C, C, No. O. II. SINGLETON. 41,!s;i, by old 1'edr.i No. comotive from the track. The train King ot all Jcr- I stand my line young Jack, Samlxi, ut my fl CllAll OlICHAltO, KV. seys-tcost JlO.OCHJand has to hlscreslit US testcame to a stand ns quickly as was pos- stable uuir Morelaud this hmmui at, ed ilaiighteni with records that average over 18 lbs., sible, and the conductor, seizing n shotand grand slro of&OteMed daughters, 10 averaging gun from n rnck, jumped from the door 17 oz. of the ear and told me to follow. As Samlio is by Joe Hluckbiirn, Jr , dam Sam Itout'n Ynung I'tslru'a ilam Infanta Pedro Mnjorain, pre I did so I saw several hrakemen, the lniortist Jennet. He is 15 hands high; line tsuiu mliiiii cow at World' Fair, and list of 17 lbs, il ot , hnggageman nnd the engineer on the ml has proven to be a sure foul gutter. Turtleo inIn seven days Willi llrst calf This jouug Hull can reduced to penury. 'Hie immediate anboast of u combination, of butter producing ipialD tecedent of the cab driver wns an oflicer ground. Kvery one of them had n shot- terested can msi two of his oolts at my place. As I Between Louisville and the South. gun. The conductor wns in the lead. .believe lhai;i Iiavu an extraordinary good mule ties unexcelled Ifoiuslled. With eveiy crtma in the Austrian army, who left 1 chillow price, In order that pcopln hu (oinblncs the bloo.1 of tho World's Fair dren, of whom Count Maurice was the Suddenly there was a noise. A ilock Jack I make thisUsiiine aispuinttsl with tho breedhis Champion Pedro, StokciiogisSlh, tho great Kurntai of prairie chickens there must have gcuerally,niay survivor. DAILY Ulln,7o(. InipMMlbla. 17 lbs, and her daughter been 100 rose in the air. At the same ing. Matilda 4th 'Jl lbs siioz. Majnram Snd. lit ll.en Sept., :t, At my Miilrpln In n Cow. instant the nlr was blue with smoke give $A Inplace on Saturday,colt by him. IS'J'J, will grass alone and her illustrioiis dam Imixirtcd Ma- gold for the let Each way between Louis vlllo and Lexington A Joraiii, ICllw. also the best Inbred Victor Ilium hull examination of a cow nnd scented with powder. Eighty dead blackjack, hands Uirne, S.ttS, and coming as they do through which died nt Slieerness, England, prairie chickens werp fornd, but the Also Jumbo, u tine W. A. TUKIC, G. 1'. A.. near this young bull's H.Hllgree, alKiUmlimr high, will servo a few good marcs free. 1 will showed that a lady's hairpin, six inches conductor assured me that the whole on lioth tides In heavy bnttea makers and pro Washington. D. O. aIoat thesamo pUicund day give tlM In gold winners, there can Iks no question at to his caiacl- W. H. TAYLOE. A. O. l A. In length, was embedded in theanln. I'd flock had been killed, nnd that some lor hlslescolt. 7 . - I'lmu.ni uisuit'iiuriiiuarrssnu miller oors. Louisville, Ky. keart. It. 11 KINO, Moreland.Ky. had probably dropped in the brush." Service Fee $5, F.ltEID, Stanford, Ky. Ma-ti- t. Through burst of npplause from the crowd met the farmer as lie reerossed the street. "I hnd seen him on the mountain," he said, "an' I couldn't bear to see him there." He pointed to the window; THE then, in a moment, he was gone. !UT Krrneli Count u Cnliiimn. nmm event s The Vienna correspondent of the U'Ji telegraphs a romantic story of fallen nobility. A cab driver, who was known 1'ENErilATES by the name of .Martin, has just died, EIGHT GREAT STATES and facts which have come to light since his decease show that lie was the Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georglu, last descendant of n French noblemnn, who emigrated at the time of the revoNorth anil South Carolina, lution, and that he bore the title of Alabama. Mississippi. Count Maurice de St. Martin. Since their expatriation the family suffered Sleeping Car great vicissitudes, and wns ultimately Soutnem Railway First dam Joslo Utnbcr No. 0111, by On Time. No. 7 IS. Second dam bv Stonewall Jackson 72 Third dam by 'King William 07. I'ourth darn by Cyihlan, thoroughbred. Fifth dam by Oliver, thoroughbred. Ground Squirrel Is a very lino chestnut sorrel colt with with lint) mane and tall, , a which he carries hh near perfection liorsocan. Ho has been very successful In show rings, having been shown 11 times In 1800 and 1807 and won 15 blues and one red. and tho only time he was defeated was by Thornton Star. He has lino, high action in ull his gaits ruck, trot, walk and canter. halter-show- n This colt Is no stiiud-stll- l, hore, but when you put a saddle on Mm ho Is as good ns they grow. You can m by his jicdlgreo he Is a "very fancy and highly bred colt and one that will sire' fancy, high-tailsaddlers, tho kind that sell. Ho wlllservo a few mare at my farm four miles from Danville on Danville & Stanford pike ut a-high-acting, ed lleautlful Chestnut f orrel; no white. Sired by tho renowned Muck Squirrel (the greatest sire of fancy priced saddlers living.) Mllledgevllle, Ky. RICHARD BIBB. I will ISOs, stand bono and action. Nirri:. Lincoln King's dam was tho dam of V. L. Evans' great nhow mure, Uumii, and his grunddnm produced us many winHay, lO.hands. by Ten Hroeck. I'lrt dam ners as any mnro In2 the country. per month. Cure takby 'Fellow Play. Ho combines the blood of enMures grared at to (ileiicoe, Lexington and Phaeton. Ho Is shouldlirevellt licclllent. IiiiL nut any occur. greatly In make like his famous sire, whoso three inllo record has only been beaten by W. M. (I)IJRPHY, S tap Tor d, Ky. by his sou, Drake Carter, a full brother of Couciegau. He Is well put up. has the muscles and ijuiirters of all the hot descendants of Lexington and for'neriy made tho beiicou at S'iO. Owing to tho times 1 will In Crab Orchard tho season of On the same terms as Lincoln King. Ho will servo u limited iiumlsir of mares. Ho Is black, with mealy points unit has line Dorsey Goldflust, stand Is in at $5 to Insure a LivingColt. I will ult-- stand tho (Inc. young Jack, $io tolnsure a Living Colt TIIE CONDUCTOR. A lien retained on all col Us until Ily Clinton, ho by Ileecher, no by Prince, Note. season Is paid, and when a man sells, gives Snd, ho by Prince, 1st, an Imported jack, or dispones of his inuro In any way, tho sea- owned by Adams St Alford Dam a lino Jenson falls due. Seo this colt before you breed net owned by Allen it llcatty, of Clinton Co. Ho will rnnke tho season at . A. E. HUNDLEV, Da.nvii.I.i:. Ky. CLINTON, JR., Stamlurd, No, 1V,0i2. Solid dark bay, 10 hands and weighs II.VUO Knll hruther to fjitelle 2.1!jj, tintralncil, but sevly. A tested breeder of vumblned Itoadsters and Eastern horses ol siierlor action, slie, style audsp.sl. A class of horses Hut sell readllr for good prices Will make tho present season at II. $10 To Iusure A Living Colt. SAMBO. to Insure a Living Colt Roscoe, a Good Jack, at $5 to?Insure Colt. :i,IS7-tho hat 111 $3 to Insure a Uvln Colt. Uii-- n 1 test-e- d THREE TRAINS last-know- n 1 post-morte- m 1.1 chan-els- jil: T 2gSgg DANVILLE. KY. viz: THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I MiEl&IzMl 15 wr189S; Stanford, Ky., - April -- f239W?QK imvsmitrj iife1.!?!.1,!;?!?!!!! v. SS StKpS 29, E. C. Walto.v, BudiNiaa Manager. do- -' a ? Si ." 1 ' III -T- o-Date Things. s --- IF? It in not price but quality that tormlncd the cheapness of an article. Wrt cull tli.i lw)r .1 u cut! Wlll wdm vx store. reasonable prices. irnmlj 1U14C Penny's nnltr Wlilj nnil nt. v .i Drug SH VA AND SOCIETY PERSONAL GOSSIP. Ladies' Fancy Plaid Silk Ticss. I Ladies' Fancy Striped Silk Ties. Mils. E. G. Walleh, of Lebanon, Isj t2 visiting at George 13. Wenren's. Mlts. Emily Saukeey went to ColM umbia Wednesday to visit rclallvcs. Du. BeutieCakpenteu and sister, Miss Mary, were herefrom Hustonville Tbis ie now and will continue to ho a groat wash good.- - sea- yesterday. Mus. AMikkt AI.L.KN, of Lexington, y son. We have ollercd sevoiul specials in wash goods already, spent sevural days with hor son, Elder hut can truly say that wc are now oli'uring the boM. of thum all, F. W. Alton. Miss Moi.UE E. JJltOW.V, French Organdie In Dress Patterns The Lutes Effects in Lawns and Dimities. Stripes. "Wide Checked Jtfbbons. ? Pretty Jeweled Leather Belts. Organdie Kibbons with Fane' Satin F? ON of Mnrots-bur- g, 'Am spent several daya with Mrs. Dr. ORGANDIE POPU-LAIR- E, 7 Thomas M. Owsley, U. S. commis- 5i sioner at Bowling Green, is spending a l-2- M. Geokoh T. McRoiieuts, who has been visiting friends here, will return to Urodhoad today. few days with J. IJrown. New Styles In Percales & Ginghams. Plaid Linen lor Skirts and Suits. Plaid Duck for Dresses, "Waists and Coats, pgl c. relatives here. Miss Maky Dayikss Di'DDEHAUhas gone to Chicago to spend several Ladies' High Standing Collars. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords with Silk Tops. Short Corsets inane, PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS. -rnf-floeliun-gesih- I. rzi months with Mrs. Dr. J. II. Pease. Mlts. II. C. Eaton' has rented Mrs jOrgiindie inn This is a Ivenutifully line, sbeer American printed Mattle Nodus' residence on Logan -, Wo have fiO piece.- no two alike and all fine line of patterns. Avenue and will move into It next Whon you sec these you will agree with us in week new this season. thinking that, considering the o.troinoly low price and the beau-tlouN G. Lynn, Jr., and Dwight Hoot iriatorial and designs, this is the greatest value evor offered were among the gallant Lincoln county of buys, who enlisted in the Luncnster in wash goods in Danville. Company Monday. Eimi Pknninoton will not go with the Lebanon Company, R. L. Boslcy Veils us, but ho and Owsley Carman, of this county, will. Mus. Abulia Woods, of Huston-vlllwas down Wednesday to meet her son, Cabbell. who has been visiting relatives at Paint Lick. Mrs. N. G.Thvis, who has been with j her slater. .Mrs. Alice uioyu, lor several months, started on her return to Koiiieinbor us when wanting a new 1'aniMtl or uinhrella. We Miseouln, Mont., yesterday morning. MiSSCimiSTINE BitADLEY, the govhave white milled I'urasols, nil silk, at 81.25 and SI. 50. Fanernor's pretty daughter, wants to go cy stripe and plaid all silk Parasols, canopy top, at Sl.oO, tuckwith the 1st Kentucky as nurse and so at 82, k-s-t quality, pure silk Taffeta does Miss Alice Castlctnan, of Louised canopy top ilk Tani-ol- s s ville. canopy top Parasols 82.7f, all silk Parasols with (Mil. accordian Miss Birrm: Edmiston, of Crab at S3, New Fancy Parasols up to SO, 20 inch steel rod, 82, finest quality, all Orchard, took the train here for Lexsilk Umbrellas, with silk covers, ington yesterday. She was accomsilk, Taffeta Uiuhrellas in solid and chaugeahle covers with late.--t panied by Dr. Welby Burgin, of Richhandles SI, hlack Taffeta silk Uiuhrellas on steel mis with silk mond. Rev. S. M. Rankin and Mr. George , covorsat 81.M. D. Wearen aro attending the Presbytery at Sprlnglleld. Mrs. Rankin lain y c, lc of the Best Brand S gj3?SEW??. Let Danks repair ir, sl paints. Best sHina T&T m v. that watch. Fishing tackle at Craig & Hooker's. Onion Sou and Garden Seeds at Warren In v. if MlLMl ITOTD: H TO BDE1E I Shanks' And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality or HOME and farm mixed the market. W. B. McRoberts. New Wall Paper of the latest spring styles. Prices made to suit the purchaser. W. B. McRoberts. At Cost. We will sell any article Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete line of In our stock at absolute cost for this the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. week. Take the advantage of this. Danks, the jeweler. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, How much? 2.", Maid's Convention. going? Everybody. and 50c. Who's - - Where? At Walton's Opera House. When? May ltd. What? The Old .'15 CRAIG & MOCKER'S. ra i.rji 36 In. Penangs at 5c We have just rceived another lot of full yard wide Penangs in choice light coloring", suitahle for waists or dresses at .re yd. Commencement Goods. It will pay you to conie to us for graduating and commence Wo are showing full lines of nieiit outfits of all kinds. GOODS: 07 inch Heal French Organdies at 10, 50, 00 and Tic, !12 inch Organdie at 15 to I0o, Swiss Mull, a beautiful wa.--h goods, as sheer a.-- Organdie at 2f, 315$ anil 10c, Batiste He L'Opera, a little heavier, hut still very sheer at 25c to dOc, French Nainsook IS inch at f0e to 00c, Persian Lawns at 25c to 10c, Persian Mulls U5c to 00c, India Linen 7c to JJOe. All of these are popular for dresses with the very thinest fabrics in the lead. WHITE 27 iuuh Pure China Silk in white and all colors at Silks in plain and figured, white and colors 75c up, fiOo, Taileta Mouseline De Soio, Chenille Nets, &c, &v. SILKS: Thousands of yards of every kind and quality Yal. Ibices at 2, 3, I, 5, 0c and up to 50e yard, every width inch with insertions to match, White and Hlack Footings from to 5 inches wide, Fancy Laces of every grade and width. LACES: RIBBONS: than anybody's. Sashes S2.75 to 87. The biggest line in this section Prices lower Sashes by the yard from 05c up, Fringed White Gloves from 2 button to 2 but 84. All the new and staple shades in all ton length from 81 to qualities from 81 up all fitted to the hand. KID GLOVES: 1 in TWO. In order to Increase Its subscription list, the Advocate has m Wo are used to Louisville during her husband's ab- cut Its price half In two for the next sence This is one way to get Cait. and Mus. W. J. Howell, C. three months. but we didn't think our SB .subscriptions, D. King and wife, R. D. Thomp?on and contemporary had to resort wife, R. M. Hooker and many others, DahvUIc to it. of Lebanou Junction, attended the We desire to thank the members of burial of C'apt. Eaton Mh. Thomas Dalton, of Huston-vill- the order of Railway Conductors, the brought his wlfo down Wednes- Masonic fraternity and tho people of day to take a course of treatment at Stanford for kindnesses extended durWe have been the Joseph Price- Infirmary. Her health ing our dark hours of trouble. The St. as is bad, but her looks do not indicate It. friendly deeds will be remembered long as life It seems that the honor of being the and family. lasts. Mrs. II. C. Eaton llr&t volunteer belongs to Mr. Prank Luak, of Hustonville, instead of the THE blind Neuro pensioner. Martin gentleman to whom it was given In our Alcorn, seems destined to pay all of his last Issue. We salute the young pa- $72 a month to the Commonwealth. triot. Constable T. G. Nunnelley arrested him Mus. J. R. MOUNT, of LaGrangc, Wednesday for disturbing the services m High prices for ten years. If you need help call on us We have an kv: and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McRoberts, of at Barney Bright'e funeral and his immense stock of Spring and Summer Goods nt monev saving prices. JVi Pinovllle, who spent several days with trial was set for Saturday. The old DlIP (limn Innlf la Lim..l. M: fll.M.I f...'a In.K Mr. and Mrs. II. J. McRoberts, left fellow had to be put out of tho house r Wednesday for Lancaster to visit rela- three times for being disorderly and A iiiiu kptim-- in mi uiu iii:n duiiiius. tives. then wound up by standing on the outCait. B. F. Powell, who served side and cursing everybody and every r$t Come to see us. gallantly In the war for tho preservathing till his breath was exhausted. tion of tho union, wants to raise a comi pany in this county to tight tho Span The procession to tho burial of Sir &i Ish and avongo the cruel murder of the Knight II. C. Eaton Tuesday was one sailors of the Maine. of the largest and most imposing ever Knights m Misses Mamie Lynn and Marie Been in Stanford. Thirty-fiv- e Commandery, Warren, who have been attending tho Templar from the Marlon Normal School at Lebanon, O., return- No. 21, Lebanon, Foster Ray, Eminent ed Tuesday night, their return being Commander and tho youngest who holds hastened by the desire to bid their gal- that otllcc in Kentucky, with Capt. W. before they J. Howell, of the DcMolay Commanlant brothers good-by- e ! leave for tho war. dery, all In their handsome uniforms, Following aro the names of the together with 20 members of Capt. Will cover more space and beautiful young ladies who have been Eaton's Blue Lodge at Lebanon Juncas dologutes to the Old Maid's tion and a number of the Masons hero, selected Convention on tho 3rd: Misses Essie were In lino and were followed by a Burch, Mattle Vandeveor, Mary Bruce, long cortege of carriages and other Pearl Burnsido, Mattle Elkln, Bessie vehicles. A largo number of ladies Burnsido, Mary Elkln, Bessie Menefee, and gentlemen came up from Lebapon Tliiin any other upon this market. Wo Invito full Inspection. A full stock of Annio Bronaugh Engleman, Sue and Junction and there were many other Bessie Wouds, Katlo Leo Yeager, Le- evidences of tho high esteem in which na Bruce, Janlo Feland, Clara the deceased was held. The Knights Mary Phillips, Maggie Noel, Ja- returned on a. special train after the nlo Wearen, Lllho Peyton and onooth-or-wh- o funeral. desires hor name withheld. A Hard Head. While Constable T. G. Nunnelley was bringing George An LOCAL HAPPENINGS. dcrson, tho Negro burglar shot by Geo. Fulfil lish today and Saturday. W. Alford at MeKlnney, two weeks ago, to H. Brady. jail Wednesday, his wounds having bo moved, for 'Millet Seed wanted at Hlgglns k. healed autllelently thathim to TMco and Fes otllcer ho told the McKtnnoy Tim Reynolds had put him up to tho CLOTHINd, liats and shoes to please job, by telling him Mr. Alford had 844 vurybody. Suveraueo & Sons. d In the house and that if ho would get it thoy would divide and all hands go to Lanuuetii's seeds In pajwr and bulk. the "festlbul." Accordingly, Mr. Nun- Timothy Hay, 70 " 50percwtj Corn Chop Now and fresh. W. B. MeUoberts. nelley arrested the two boys and landed Mixed Hay 15 " " 2f per bu. Chicken Feed The hill boys and public school team them In jail with Anderson. The exam- Clover Hay, COAL. 45 will play a game of ball at tho grounds ining trial Is fixed for Monday at Me- Millet 11 per bu. 40 " " Falls Ilrauch Lump Klnney. Amlorson has 22 shot In his Straw l of tho latter this afternoon. OQ " 10 " Jellico Lump ! head yet, one buck and 21 smaller ones, Food OaM... 10 " " 40pcrhu. Jellico Nut r have- tho Improved Singer WE but lie Is gottlng well right along. Tho Shlpstiiir Special prices bn both feed and conl in 70 per owt Machine at SIS. Ten years' guar other two buckshot that hit him cainu largo quantities. antee. Hlgglns it MeKlnney. out, ono ao the noso and the other at perthe top of the head, the third has nevwr 20 pieces Ammunition. Very desir- baen located. Tho hard sjull turned fi cents per yard. cales at & tho balls and wasn't oven fractured. able styles. Sovorauoe & Sons. CUT . m 1 e, I -i W A a t 1 FIGHTING 1 V.J . i SEVERANCE St SONS. MASTIC MIXED PAINT WEAR : LONGER, Mcr-sho- n, Lead, Oil And Colors Also In Stock. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. m Sow-Ins- :iO-i- n. J. H. BAUCHMAN CO. i W'T 'Wfl ' SS?!1 ' lWi".b. srpft - &?ftwy -- "r(n'i' i WnniirwiOici r ir in niiuinnm i nmm"s - mUMM 4 THE INTERIORJOURNAL -1 BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. ML VERNON. M1DDLEBURG, s . Ii :L - Ri &w t Applos seems to have .not been tho 30.000 lmuhriN of Wool wuited. llluliiHt Hark Sowdor, aged 75, was married market price. See mo before you sell. J. Mlss-least hurt by the lato freeze, and with-onda McClurc last week. s 1m II. Hooxk. SMnuford. Kv. more frost an avorago crop Is prom HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & "Buck" Varnon, of Levol Groon, Is Improving, nftor a severe spell of pneu- ised. SURGEON, BOVNO TO SEUL Wo are indebted to V. R. Coleman, monia Stanford, - - Kentucky. All tliofo Mnltn Cultivators, The war fever has not reached that of tho Reporter olllco. Somerset, for All those Hall bearing Deoring mower. stage at this place whore any one of- late copios of that paper, which has Oltlce over lllggliw .V MolCliine'n Store. All thoeo Hall hearing Peering himluis, wo can find gotten to be one of tho best in the fers to volunteer, so far as All those nice working Pcorli'g hay State. out. rnkos, All thn.xe neat looking huggiu, The school closed here Friday after a, An invention of our countyman, Orus I All tlto.xo Oak suits Furniture, Bower, of Brodhead, lp the way of a successful term of 10 months. Prof. All those roM rowing corn planter War between pluno tloalor bus forced tne gato latch, Is proving to bo a valuable W. T. Ford gave a social at the chapel to buy my goods All of those nt 1). L. CAIMMINTER'S. direct from the factories that night, which was well attended by uml pay Mpoteusli, .ind tlmt Is why I sell n article. HuMonvlllu, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Nleld passed up the young people; and as one of our old good plutio for liHS money tbiiti It cnubelind any ourtb. Pianos fiom to 'joyed' $M win' re on S25 mid up. Call on 85" ad to Grays Weduosday. Mrs. Ida Lin- bachelor's would say, ' "All Orpins or (M dress. J. S ltECU. Stanford. Kv coln, of Louisville, Is vUttlng relatives thcmseLves well." Tho Cnsoy County Progruss should at Grays. A special term of Rockcastle circuit keep up with tho times. In its last L'KAI.EK In. court will convene hore next Wednes week's Issue It published tho death of day, May 4th, for the purpose of trying Uncle Coleman Durham, which occur Dealers In red some six weeks ngo, and says that civil cases. 113 Champ Mulllus, of Livingston, famil- there is trouble between tho United vocate. UO'IOH TICKETS SOLD. 9 d Both Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Plifmmor, iarly known as "Pap,"' continues In States and Spain thai may result In war Order Olllco and Exchange near HAOOAOE CHECKKD THUOUCSH. Mauford, Kv Crossing. Depot Pt For any Information enquire ol oi ocrauion, misg., kiucu luemsoives poor Health and his friends are alarmed between these two countries. II. II logins' foul V.irtl, Mill St.. Tho heaviest rain wo ever witnessed stand. Satisfaction Intel J. over domestic troubles. He was a bank at his condition. Ouafanteed. Jan. JOK S. KICK, Agent, George S. Brooks has been appointed fell hero Saturday and considerable Stanford, Ky. cashier. supervisor of this division, with head- damage was done plowed land. Indian Tuesday's statement of the condition FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. in place of Mr. Creek and Pine Lick came down with a of the treasury shows: Available cash quarters VIA (JEOKUhTOWN. rush and In less than an hour after tho STANFORD, KV. balance, 8210,157,081: gold reserve, Harris, transferred. MI1S U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror. A. U r. M. M. A. M. The change in run of K. C. night rain began to fall Green River was rag 2)00 Arl2 65 Lvc, Somerset, 8170,092,002. 55 820 " 1131 : Kentucky. jcu uty, 315 Ben Johnson, of Memphis, drank car- express trains from between Livingston ing. Several ersons, including the lumcastcr, 630 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 6 30 300 bolic acid when on tho North okfort, 1155 and Cincinnati to Stanford Instead will writer, were water-boun- d he wa told that his Newly furnlnhud, clean beds; Hplcndrd o. side of tho river and had to take shelter lablo. Everything 6 30 wife was dead. Porters 8 40 They were buried in occur Sunday, May 15th. Arr Paris 8.10 "Dally except Sunday SO Our former countyman, J. L. White- with kind neighbors In sight of homo meet trains. the same grave. C. D.BERCAW,0. P. A. Squire Jacob Wall, of. Yosemlte, Is year old May Leon, a bride head, tho Williamsburg druggist, has Sixteen ! QUEEN & CRESCENT. of only two days, ended her life in New Invented a monkey wrench with many talking of making up a company fur points. the war. Jake' Is well up in military Trains pass Junction City as follows: York City, when her husband started excellent improved 3 51 p m No. SoJlh .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North To write up all tho compliments we matters, having belonged to tho home 24 a m oir with a circus. 3 12 02 a m Notice Is herein- given that the u No. 3 " "4 " 32 p ui hear upon your business manager guards in time of the civil war. W.T. " 6 " " No. 5 1131am has lot u Certificate No 141 for the 6 00 a in 8 20 p m No. 9 " "10 " nvlups, would require a vast quantity of sta- Coulter will probably be his 1st lieu- - share of Mook In the OF BROOKLYN, No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further Is wanted for stealing the Bible and Loan Company, said Certiftenant, with Spears Fisher as 2d. Such icate Isand llulldlng davof Nov . 1M, and was I lth than Junction City. wine from the Methodist tionary and a number of peucils. Sacramental dated Mrs. S. C. Franklin, who has been a combination of patriotism and brav lost as follows: Hr (xtlug put awn) and can church at that place. not dow Ih found. : Frank Howard, of Deerlng, Mich., seriously ill, is better. Col. A. fv. ery will cause Spain to tremble In her I have made application for a new certltl- Royal makes the food pure, Bentley and daughters, Misses Lena boots, and tho white ting will go up nl eat for said Miurw. and nil erous are fatally shot his pastor because the latwholesome and delicious. s Co., Scotland. called ujKin to chow cuumi to ild Company ter told him he didn't have sunleient an Ella and Mrs. Sattcrileld, of Liv- once. on or before four weoks from this date why ingston, were In Cincinnati last week. Thcro Is not a man, woman or child a new rertltlcate hall not KOUND1ID 18O0. In lieu of religion to keep him out of hades. J. K. HltrcR. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, of this county, in this section that wants whisky sold tho one liMt. Mark Haynes, of Logansport, Ind., April II. IMK located Lancaster, has en- hero or near hero. It is reported that inherited a fortune and has lost his recently surgeon at In Duncan's company. an attempt will bo made to open a doglisted as mind brooding over the fact that he tiTAMOIll), KV. E. T. Fish and Harris White, of this gery In the Bob Smith house just over didn't get quite as much as his broth- place, have gono to Lancaster to enlist. tho line in Lincoln. Surely your counters. L. T. Stewart was here from Wlldle y- judge, in whom wu have explicit Louisvlllo, Ky.,; Bob Wiley, a Cloverport Negro, ate C. Monday. Col August, president Pine confidence, will spare us this atlllcUou. four cans of oysters, six boxes of sarHill Mining Co., was here on busi- We have had enough of this whisky AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN dines and two pounds of crackers in less ness Wednesday. A. E. Albright and truffle and wish to be allowed to conthan HO minutes. Ho won 81 and what Editor James Maret were In Crab Or tinue to enjoy the rest wo have hud for The Ladies P.estnurant la the tluoot in The he ate. chard Tuesday. a few monttis. the city. Every convenience for Indies Near Smith's Hill, Henry county, Judgo Williams is still making it hot A quill driver, Ig.--s than a thousand spending the day in the cilr. the boiler of n grist mill exploded, kill- for POWDER Uuntlcntn'n Cafe on olllco lloor. Stanford, Kv., sinners. Our colored friend, John miles from Middleburg, seoms to he ing Lindsay Carr and Jim Jones and Absolutely Pure Taylor, Is tho latest sacrifice. He got trying to got ahead (if the hounds, and THOMAS A. MULLICAN. Injuring the two Tingle brothers so 822 for putting his nam,e on a c. o. d. Is succeeding admirably too. For InIn Receiving IiIn And Maunder. i they will die. jug at the depot and allowing another stance a report of a sermon preached Music - Tipi hv, T mrs I iv nntlJStind.tr Mrs. Anna Wheeler, of Chllllcotlie, Goods. man, In his presence to pay chargos hero was written up, mailed and in the boyai bakinq rocra co., u voric. O., Is dead as the result of a bucket of and receive same. hands of the printer, nt least 21 hours Goods Warranted. concentrated lye thrown In her face by Robert Wilmot, of Brodhead, aged before the discourse was delivered. Mrs. Elizabeth Schull, with whom she 1G, Fit Guaranteed. A. S. PRICE, who lost a foot some years ago by a jThls Is business with u big "D," but a 3$ had quarreled. Give Him a Call. train, is meeting with much encour- score of accidents might hnpen to Surgeon The fleet steamers, Fuerst Bismarck agement in his canvass for aid to semake such publication false, and the Dentist, and Columbia, of the Hamburg-America- n cure an artificial foot. He Is a deserv- writer of them to appear quite ridicu. (i I.AJCH1M. John Ii. Caulkm.. line, have been purchased by tho ing boy and Stanford) Ky. desires to assist his wid- lous in tho eyes of thoso knowing tho ! United States for conversion into aux- owed mother, who has a large famllv. facts. T. S. B. 'Office orer Mcltoberta' Drue Store In HieltOwsley iliary cruisers. Uulldinj. Charley VanArsdall, who learned At 0(5 years of age a Hy order of the Iisoil Court directing HUBBLE. telegraphy at this place, has a nice po the'TurmdUes of the . iiut to le let out In widow In Montreal has been obliged to sition Comwith the Postal Telegraph 2 to lowest to .3321. PSJITMTr, have her oldest son, aged 42, the first pany at Owenboro as press typewriter Mrs. Elian Harris litis been soiling sections fromhealed3 miles vrlllthe receivedand INSURANCE COMPANY l bidder, bills be some corn ut SI. 75. of 20 children she has borne, arrested operator. He is a brother of the I'lH'al Court of Lincoln County fur tho young' J. F. Klgney is thinking of bidding metaling nnd repairing: the turnpikes of for abusing her. OF LIVERPOOL. man who killed a woman and commit- on some of Lincoln Count . Include ditchthe turnpikes in this Tlley Nix, a farrter, aged SO, living ted suicide in Louisville a short time ing mid keeping same oK)H. repairing ami BSSSSSSSSsP9SslllMBSi!ZI und if he does, und any contract keeping ohmi the culverts, repnlilng and near Coldwater, this State, cut his since. MVwHssssvsssPBrttflK'ir! is awarded him, we feel we will have a maintaining tho bridge thervon. all bids to B3RBEE& with a butcher knife. He then throat bo Med on or before GaSTLBME. Ernest Painter, who was killed at slashed at his wife, but fell and died London by his train Saturday night good road. MAN.(.i:n. Bieutist, : Stanford, : Ky. almost instantly. leaves a widow who was Miss Essie ' The traders who brought oattle here Office on Lancaster street at Residence. to sell this week, claim thoy cost them lt Is said that William Wood, cousin Ramble, a niece of Postmaster Joshua Commerce Building, Louisville. as much at homo as they wore olfored of Pearl Bryan, who assisted In her Boreing, of this place. The remains Agfnt, Throughout Hit outh. and the contmct to oxidre Jan Ut. 1" downfall and death, was killed in the were laid away at Brodhoad Sunday, on this market. So but few salos have All metal Khali Ihj (lot class duruldc limeblowing up of the Maine. It Is to be where a great number attended tho been made and most of them ut u loss. stone, broken HUltlclrntly tine to pass at Its Inch George Woods bought Dave Spoonn-more'- s jrroatest dlamelor through ii two sand, rlnjj hoped so at any rate. burial. and Oruvul to be free from dirt and lowl Agynt.clover hay at about t!0e per hun shall bo spread not los than 5 Inches deep Two Negroes at Savannah, Ga., repR. L. Brown, of Level Green, is back of mo la I to Stanford, and six feet wide. Inith clus-.cresenting Spain and America, had a from Leslie county, where he had beun dred to feed his cattle he has on slop. bo furnished by tho contractor. And oach Kentucky. an' sham battle. One had a gun ho didn't working in the star route business. D. N. Prewitt bought somo section so let and contracted for shall le maintained by the contractor up to the know was loaded and the Negro, repre- Dr. J. II. Pettus has located at Liv- shoatsofJ. J. Walker, Sutton & charter spoclllentloiis of the turnpike on ut 11.10. senting Spain, was killed. ingston. Samuel Pennington and Gu9. which each section Is located, shall lie kept Our teluphono lino to IXinviile Is free from ruts, holos and (suits. Th riad At Pikeville, Miss Martha Branham Gustatlson were up from Lino Creek o as prevent Hutr Farmers Bank&Trnst Co and Mrs. Nannie Dawson fought over a mill Saturday. Willis Adams is back about completed and thou it will bo bed to bo roundud runningto theieou, and In from standing or dress, .foe Branham, IS, brother of from Garrard, where he took a drove "hello" Danville, Lancaster, Stanford no Instance to lm Hl'oud tocut through the Ol' STANI'Oltlf, KY. und Crab Orchard, und all adjoinlug motnl, nor will itnv section Iv received Miss Branham. stabbed Mrs. Dawson to of hogs last week. e the S 200,000 00 villages. Tho line from hure to Lan wheremetal shall xt U visible tho contract- Fall up Capital, death. Martha has boon arrested. Joe All sprend by Tho large and handiome rosldonce of Sarpluj, 17,603 SO work rcdvt or reieoted by the is at large. shorltr, lo- caster has boon newly overhauled with or, and Judge nnd Magistrate In vho,e din- Reuben Mullins, County Among tho cigar makers now work- cated In the west part of town, was de- good, large locust poats, which looks fOTiiVW( of lu (.Urlw, il.Mllri are lljthe soctlou is located. All of auld pikes sIihII lo laid olf In eettons of fismi two to fHlljr jituiecUHl m r dMll.m In National iUnJ., ing at Tampa, Fla., is a man named stroyed by fire early Wednesday morn- - like It had boen built to stay. Owaley Carman has gone to Leba- llvo mllff, each: eoeli to be numbered con- lu shirirebiddrrs brii. hrld IndlTldually liable to And Dealer in Rlcardo, who 10 mouths ago was worth ing, supposed to have ignitod from a from the end of unm nearest Iheoxtenlolthe aiuuuntof tbrirttwk therein at value non to join the troop there, though secutively and 81,000,000 or 85,000,000. At that time defective Hue. bidder chb bid .epurate-- 1 the rIn tarn therml, inIta.Uitkm to tlieaiutuiit Stanford, A portion of house tliarm may act a excuur, HAR2TSSS, SADDLERY, &C. for Ms mmi.v of skl mviIoh. us be quite a number of the boys here who at he was a resident of Cuba, owning a hold goods was saved. Insurance SI, triutie.Ar ,ai fully at an indlrldual. proper, but mint delgiiRl the section The TemlerlMKOur Ihauk.i.i U who have entrust-s- l STANFORD. KY. great deal of property In Havana, be 000 in JEtna company. In his efforts1 first thought they had no where to lay (hilling hIiiiII Ikj by section. All bids luu- -t their bualuM to h. we tnt they trill ruiittnue a ltd we oiler a guarantee for proiupt atsits. to do so, sides much tobacco land. to save his furniture, Mr. Mullins was their heads, und thy must go to tho he filed before IS o'clock ll., My tention to tame our years' Mpr1,.m ) Court MltUeralacaouiHMsUlkHis ataro (untlitrnl Judge Joseph Barbour, for eight ovorcomu with heal and had to be wo- war. have reconsidered tho matter and The all bids.roorvet the c'Kht to reject any The contractor shall gtvobomt with uim1 bsnlliiK. and now are singing no place like home. to the Commouu-eHlllfor Ut beiieNt of the years judge of the superior court, au- rried from tho build! eg. IIINKCTOHS. LJ ride rta leer, Oounty, upprhved security to be thor of ''Barbour's Digest," and colJ. J. WIUkiHM, Mt. Vwiien; Incorporators of th Crub Or- Dr. O'bunuon was culled to seo Mrs. by thl Fiscal Comt and' Httwtdapproved The by the Hfotonville, - Kentucky laborator with John D. Carroll in the Oounty Judge In ut lemit double the umonilt chard, Stunford and Mt. Voruon Tele- Fannie Bull, who hue been sick with la grip. Mr. Eugene of the' value of the work to hodouc und conMTUtlui rhjMh, Olffers lib services to tho x)4e ofWert Unenln compilation of the SII.SUhH, Stat phone Co., mot Tuesday nnd completed for the faithful 6 J. Raihry, aasl Caauy UHiutlw. Full stook of Cotfittsand J. f. C, , Wood and wife, ot Mny wood, are vis- ditioned iiiulnulnlug Dim perforiaanc? of the utes-died atew Cnstlo, aged 54. section or wctloH J. Ii. Lyau. work lu bund. a. V Canswter; the(r organization and mad a arrange- iting U S. Carutor, Manager. here. J. N.MeMfee. 96 contracted for durliur the required time. Because there is no money forthcoir-ini- r ments to begin work at ooce on tho ofriceas The roads owned and contrtwkxl by the SPUING, z8y8. b. ILStwoilm. I'rttaliUm; for ite support, the Confederate extension of tho hue from Crab OrAnacondu, Mont., is getting ready to County for which bids vrlll b received are Ow.ley Cashier. J.H follows: Soldiers' Home at AtlauUt, Ga., is ad- chard to this place. It is intended to defy tho rivalry of the world in its pub- a Stunfo'd. Dlx River. Oarrard Comity W M lliUht Teller for sale. Tho State has refus- reach Mt. voruon by "bijf court," lic fountain, with u porpendioulur jet ami wiuie uhk Liirnpiae mn company vertised ed to receive it. The Homo was built which begins May 21st. Ortloa are three inches In diumoter and L'20 feet containing 5 mile-- , Mnrehuid and station 4 iitllu. Ivlngsvlllu mid every thing largely through the efforts of the TtM IIIuo Grass Nurseries olfer lato now la operation at B.istiu'a stpro.Crnb high. lMoasant Point "t, mllon. StunfonS und Lo FIRST NATIONAL BANK (Jrchurd, Gulden. Lawn. No Agent-,- , i for gans Creek from Its Intersection at tho ' Orchard daput and up town nt Curtis Js9wurr.T and general nursory Ciuulogiio-- . Henry W. Grady. Stauforil and Crab Orchard pike excluding Ot bTANIOltn, KY. mj application U There Is consternutlon In the office of Goyer's. Ed Albright will hook on at If nuv. tho portion In the town of Rowluud Kent 20 Acres. II. I'. HILLKNMKYER, a - Surveyor of tho Port Barnett, at Lou- Brodhead and tho Signal will look afto the limits of tho City of Stanford. IIus(102) Lexington, Ky. TaJojilumi Sir;. I Mill rout the place for till. yenr. Sarplus,.5l5,750 Oood tonvlllo and Carpenters Creek I miles caF'tal StCCK 5100,000. isville, due to tho abolition of four good ter helloes ut this end of the line. house of 0 room; good bum ,fiod apple ..ti.,tl..,..A.-l(ni- i I. II nfit.n .illln I .. .. ..1 .. Mrs. Itona Brown orchard. AIoul 10 acres for .mVu thluVr'N.SIllliMi.n"!:.1 L,"'? experts KITTY KING, uuiuos, viier me reportthool Treasury Ottie, hivve returned and daughter, Miss aniV Good iraruoii. partl corn: jHirtly and llruilfnnUvlllo H ""Iom excluding por- - j .Ver Vl,UrS!,rVnVUoil,,;nU"tk !?'1 olauted. ui tlon of Huston vil.e. Manford and to Mill Springs. broken. was made Secretary of looking fine. Irish Potatoc all planted. tor 84 tulle. ecludlnjf the portion In the ' deivtsliort are soLiins) not only br the ranlial Act CKAIJ ORCHARD. KY. "a.fc. Gage abolished tho olliccs of cashier, Jamos W. Gentry, of this place, has jiiunnco in gruss. u. l mi udiil'iits. ii ,..,!, I.. .1.1..., tiHiiiiuy f...,l l.i.i.". (!,.... O...I1....M. ....iiMr... i ...wl kuiuur .1.1,(1,,1... .imi.iiuiin-1- nil ... ..I,., '.!..,.. hh. "; . ior nu suiount that cnaro. eciuoing me portion in mo town of Cualiutliestock by o run, thltlnsiltu- had a lucrative position for past your held by E. D. Gutry, at a salary of 0 HfK jnt returnetbfroni the a i,rs.i o.OOO. l'lvo Crab Orchard, WH mile. Danville mid Crab 'on are tecuro.1 per year: entry clerk, held by Buck with a horae fancier on Long Island, statciiientsuftbu csiiidiliiiuol the liank are iirom made Orchard, o.xcludlng the portion within tho each year to tho Lniiisl Mates Oovermnont and Its Park, at 81,400: Inspector of excursion N, Y. Mrs. Leo Coiley and a daughter comhii Ate limits of Stanford. Rowland and set are examined nt staled times Orchard, ll1', miles, thus kecuriuf; additional Mrs. Molllo Goidon, of to dcistsltori. On Thursday, May 5, '98, Crab - miles, Turiiersvllle. H03I0 mid n ants, Instltutloii orlalnally and etrlect sulci il.trkctt. ami lias hioushi with her n steamers, held by Bartholomew Smith, are very low. .McKlunet This utSOO per month, and a number of Louisville. Mrs. Molllo Smith, Misses CoiTeys Mill fl miles. Hanging Pork eslahllihed as She tine choice selection ut nil the novelties of the I will offer at public ulo Geo. T. Moltobmiles, Danville, Dlx Rlv-i- r uuon. Anitisjectiou of her s'ock is so- clerkships. Mr. GutTy resigned as Mattiound Lena Nowcomb, Maggie and erts on Hawkins Ilrauch,utLincoln Co., Kv.,- and Oieeii River 5 3V4 ,v..u,. uniniiium in leiioof anuazain miles, Stunford and reuwaiilmlasthe I Irst and Lancaster licited Nallnual Dank Stanford assistant secretary of g'u:o to accept Mattio Myors visited Mrs. James Mar- the following property j gray mare. lu Knob Lick T1 miles. Stanford and Otteu-hel- In lsi., has had irmtlcully anunliiterruided horse, 1 fo.il, 1 horse, 7V$ miles, Stanfoid and Halls (ap si V. G. Proctor, a :.' et .Yednesday. the position. ,l. ' ""r supplied now ultl Jersey milk cows, good oues, yvaillug miles. Stanford and I'rcueliersvUloS miles, Xdllor C. C. Moore, Dr. J. B. WilIrinsartlng Imdness promptly and prominent citizen and merchant of heifer, I hogs, 7 shouts. 1 h'ow and btuuford und Mllledgevllle 7 miles. Rush Hun tTtr before In its loiw and honornhlo son, Mrs. Josephine K. Henry and otL-- r Jly wife ha lived CliniulwrUlu't Pain Ualm for Quail, Is seriously ill. His son, Dr. Jersey good y wagon and gear, 1 pigs. 1 5 miles, f'rab Orchard mid Chap- Ilranch wagon and hiinio-.s- , largo and 1 small Freethinkers" will conduct memo- rhtuiuatliM a with great relief, and I can recom- Emmett Proctor, of Louisville, Is at his (jap 4 mllun, excluding portion In Crab mend It a splendid liniment fyr rlieumatUm and turning plow. cultivator. largo )rchard. Highland and Wavnosburg TJ, UIHCTORS. rial wjrvlcos Sunday at Lexington at other household ue fur which wo ha.ve found It bedside. A. II. Bustln, Crab Orchard's elder mill, 2 barrels apple vlnepir, house- inlloH, TtirnorsvUlo. McCormacks Uhuicli ;' t' HD0,,f Co,; .V' "Mn, Stanford May L. Collin?, valual.li She grave of Miss sfurniture. Sile to y.J.Ci'M.Kit, Krd Cretk, N. Y. ll'arIU, and Knob Lick oj mllus, Hustoiivlllu anil 'ai'lllJUiau, " enterprising morchant, hotel und livery hold and kltcliou sharp. J.S. llocker, .. T ut i. M., IIIU Mr.Cuyler Uiino of the leading msrolnnts of In the East last year creMcKlnuey Station 2U, mile,. whoso death W. I'. Walton " Dr. Graverly, v. A. TrlhMe II. IIKLM, aii sums civ uuu uuuurcnsu; over that a tbU Tillage and one of the uwit prominent men In man, was here last wesk. J.II.Colllcr.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernou. , ated a sensation because it was In a this vicinity. V. G. J. V. 1IAILHV, of Virginia, bus located at Brodhead. credit of ilu days with note-- uegotlublo and SI, u.hluiorv, Maniord, Pinrnx, room with u man to whom she was tot Herald. For sale by CItAKJ A editor iled t'wfc J. T. Cherry, the Brodhead merchant, pavblo In bank, well endorso'j. O. II. COOPKR, 1IOCKKU. orriCBRs. MRS. W. Ii. SIMPSON. 16 Cotninlttee. .married. J. S. Rocker, rresliUnt; J. J. Meltoborts CaibU Admr. W. II. Simpson, Dec'd. Is In Cincinnati. This April SO, IffOs. A. A. Mchluhey, to ut The third magisterial district of Tny. lor county voted for locnl option by 120 majority. rva.'bllolJ.edTvi.aoiayo otsadSTrtAavo Owen Davis, living near Wan en, O., ATwas fatally injured by a mad hog which Sa 1J Kilt JJV-l-i IN AD VV2s'CI2 attackedf him ..I ,, ...1 ...1 i" , t iwex uuruacKor, ui - When not so paid JDS. GO will charged. wiu partially paralyzed viuvuuiuu, j., while loading in family prayer. Lindsay Carr was killed and Jamas Jones seriously injured by a boiler exp oslon near eminence. Sheriff MeCullom, of Owsley county, supwas found dead by the road-sidKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. have died of heart disease. posed to Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. in, returning A company of moonshiners In jail at at 4: p. m. Little Rock, Ark., have petitioned the knoxviluTdTvision. governor to send them to Cuba to light. ..12 37 p m No. 21 Train colng North William Hudson lasi week sold to a m 3 t3 " " No. 28 " 12 10 a m Squire G. P. Bright and S. T. .. " South No. 25 " Harris 2" V ,u " ' No. 23 " 20 ulce long yearling steers at "c. AdTor alllPolnts. e, SI DR. R. M. PH6LPS, woox j ! WV JEl i 1 AC.SNE. NOEL&SON, l'-- od Hall-roa- 1 Coal, Corn And Hay, . 1 !. U MC B Mason Hotel firm-clns- SASH AND DOORS,.' FIRE INSURANCE I s. NOTICE - 1 infer-sign- ed Insurance Company Insurance PHX2NIX 1 1 Caledonian of R.B.MAKONY.Agt, H. LOUISVILLE HOTEL I RUPLEY, 9 Merchant Tailor, Fall Vintcr TURNPIKE CONTR ACTORS ATTENTION French-Canadia- n fOYAb W. B. lt nhk-liTst- o com-tnuni- ty I i IsLJrST 9, 1898, J.C.JtfcClWY - W. A. TEJBBXE, - 100-H)un- d Go-v- er half-sol- t - J. W. I T. 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