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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898050301 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. m SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 3. 1898. KEV. GEORGE O. BARNES DEDICATION AT PREACHERS-VILLE- . xxvii. CHURCH CHATTER, d NO. IT JH ing. The people are beginning to ruallxe that war talk neither feeds the hungry or clothes tho naked, as Bror. Coohrar. put.-- iu V. K. Coleman, of the Somerset Reporter, Is In home for a few days. W. T. Ford will leave in a few days for his homo In Shelby county. Miss Nora Cotfey, who hat. been spending the Winter In Florida, returned Friday. Your Grovo City correspondent eati4t ee how my news is always "now and true," iishu writings are of the stalest quality and often have been chronicled by tho writer iu the I. J. before ho hears of It. Yes, Mr. H., I do business with u olg "B" and I generally got there. '1 have nevor sent in any thing to the I. J. as long as 1 have boon contributing to that paper that failed to materialize but onco and 1 corrected that In the next issue. He says I reported a sermon '2 hours before It was delivered. This Is by a process entirely of my own Invention and no corporation or syndicate will get hold of It. Hro. H., It Is far hotter to send facts In before materialization than bo fiom one to six weeks behind tho times. C. C. It is now reported that we will not OKKKKS HIS HOMi: ON SANllll'.I, KOIt "MunfordBvIlle has four churches but , hospital pfitposns. cot our new train service until May 15. noiiu litis a pastor. Undor date of April 7, Bro. Barnes Tho State W. C. T. U. has petition-cThe V. C. T. U. District Convention Gov. Hrndley to allow no whisky will be held here on tho 17, 18 and 11) writes as follows to Mrs. W. G. Welch: "The war has changed our plans for sold In or near the camps at Lexington. of May. Loin White, the colored boy, who 'the coming Summer. If It continues Tho Louisville Presbyterian Theo logical Seminary conferred the decree H,ol j,8 Ht(.,,fuli10l. for wlilppfnjf his we will all remain on the island. We have offered our premises for hospital of bachelor of divinity on 11 young mother, was, very properly, set at purposes to tho government free of erty on Tlmreday. cuirsc This is our contribution to our Boswcll l conducting a How Ira William Wallace has Hold his stock meeting at Union church, near High 0f general merchandise at Point Leavel country iu this crisis, and the best we Bridge that had had 12 addition lo to J. A. Ooty & Co. Messrs. Warren can do. Ky utilizing the church we Sluvln and John Doty will conduct the cab furnish pace for at least 100 beds. last rej)orts. The number can b increased to .'100 if Miss Mary Anderson, oi ouslness others follow suit, which I have no In the Sunday has been n teacher The Alba Heywood Company played school of tho Hill Street M. K. Church, here Saturday night to n small au- doubt they will do, if our olfer is Sauibol will be an ideal snot South, for 60 years and U still In active dience, but they were delighted with tho performance and they assert that for n hospital, and the best place I work. Kev. S. M. Logan and John J. the troupe deserves much better know of for our sick and wounded braves to win back health and strength. delegates by the crowds, as tho recipes were only f.'iO. were chosen Giving aid in nursing will furnMi amwhich met hwt week In Presbytery, J. K. Robinson and J. I. Hamilton Sprlngtield, to represent the body at have advertised for. )00 horses, from 5 ple employment for our whole force, the general assembly which meets at to 8 years old, 15 to 10 hands high, to and I think we can tind a Held of usefulness in supplementing the regular New Orleans, May 10. work and ride, for artillery purposes. corps of hospital attendants, that will M. Kan-kiTho Installation of Kev. S. They will buy at Luckey's and at as pastor of the Presbyterian Kongo's stable, on May 5th, subject to satisfy our fullest wish for work for the LORD, by ministering to the suffering church will occur next Sunday and inspection. ones, "made in His image and likeA. S. MotTett, of Lebanon, II. C. Kovs. On Sunday night, Hello Grlllln and Glass, of Somerset, and K. E. C. Law-so- Mary Denny, two sable damsels, engag- ness." The Havana cable crosses the point of Springfield, will olllolato. ed In nn altercation. In which tho formof Snnlbel a little West of our lightlife sen- er Indicted four painful James Hacker was given a wounds on the tence at Harlan Court House for the latter, with a knife. Another Negro house, nnd It Is Important to keep It clear. It has already been cut once, old Henderson Bar-go- was badly bruised and murder of "Battle Row" and by nn "expert;" for Instead of bewhllo on an expedition to white-ca- was in a general tight. ing severed by a cross stroke, the entho boy's father. John Sardin was ihe preliminary trial of Porter velope of tho copper core was carefully given a llfo sentence for the same Woaron, for killing Grant Leavel, conslit; the copper removed for about a crime last week. sumed the ontiro day Saturday. About telephones us that 10 witnesses were introduced and the foot, and then the envelope carefully MUs Anno Shanks the C. W. U. M. will meot in the lec- testimony was conflicting on several readjusted, so that in llndlng the break ture room of the Christian church imK)rtant jo!nts, but It was established the cable .lad to be examined inch by " Wednesday afternoon at II. At tho same that a brother of the defendant was inch. A revenue cutter the is on guard night and day at hour Sunday, Mrs. Hoes will bo present engaged in a ditllculty with the deceasand address tho members and at night ed at tho time the shot was tired. He this end to prevent future Interruptions will locture on the work of tho Chris- was held in a bond of $500 to answer at to the transmission of mosages, a very Imoriant matter just now. I do not tian Women's Hoard of M Unions. tho noxt term of the circuit court, think we are In any special danger which he readily gave. here but the government has sent us MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Capt. Duncan's company U now full, 100 stands of rllles. This will ami a Frank Owens, a widower of 40, was more having enlisted than is required, suitable company of Home Guards conmarried at Sparllnburg, W. Vu., to his If all pas thu examination, the maxi sisting of our own islanders, who can mum number roquirod, including olll aunt, Miss Jo-i- e Harris, aged IM. all shoot well and are familiar .vlth Khodes, 'S, and Miss Peaehlo cers. being. I. They will go to Lex tireariiis. It Is a mere precaution, tho'. Charles Gooch, 10. wore married at Nathan Ington Tuesday or Wednesday to go I doubt whether nn armed defense of Singleton's, near Waynosburg, May 1. into camp. A special train will convey our places will be called for. It Is well In St. John's church, Indianapolis, them vlu Richmond and Winchester. to be prepared, however. There is to whllo being married to MUs Delia The best wishes of devoted parents, be a signal corps established here and Lynch, Thomas Killta fainted twice. Jirollmr slstors and friends will attend the top of our church tower will probaAfter the second swoon tho eoiemoi.y them, and many fervent prayers will bly be the spot selected, by the erecto the Groat Commander-in- was consumated. tion of a suitable platform. The tower Mlrs Hotlle Edmiston, the pretty and Chief to watch over thorn and bring is an octogon about -- 0 feet in diameter Kpular daughter of Mr. J. F. EdinW-ton- , them home again, after succeeding iu which will furnish a commodious room of Cral Orchard, and Dr. Wolby tho cause of Immunity and eternal for the signallers, where they can be Hurgln, a Louisville dualist, wore mar- right. always at hand. Mr. Jack Adams, of Paint Lick, who ried in Lexlngtou Friday. Thu donor If the war comes to a sudden terminand his loveablo bride met while he has been confined to his room for eight ation we will go North for our usual was at Crab Orchard Springs and It weeks with a fractured rhouldor. is out work. I am quite "spoiling" to get to again mixing with his many friends. was a case of love at tlrst slgtit. preaching nightly, again. One service wlio was pastor of Capt. Mike Salter has returned from on Sunday looks mightily Kev. J. S. Sims, like doing the Methodist church here In the latter Karbourvlllo, whore he has been in the nothing. Where wo will got "dally '70s, hassenta'nnouncoinentsas follows: revenue service for several months. bread" this Summer we know not, but . y Mrs. W. S. Klkin, of Atlanta, is visitLovel, 'James Seott the LORD does, and we know the Meth- ing relatives here. Albert Burnside, Kev. J.S Sims and wife, LORD. So the circuit Js complete. odist Episcopal Church, South, Mays, who has been in the Sou'.h for several Ever ntTectionntely yours, It is hard to years, has returned homo and joined vlllo, May 2, 7 to "Bko. Baknrs." reaiUe that It has been '20 years since our company of volunteers. Drs. J. G. Hro. Sims brought his beautiful child Carpenter, of Stanford, and I. S. Wos- NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, wife here, but tho fact is another re ley, of Middleburg, were here SaturThe Somerset ladles will hold an Old minder of how time Jllos and of how day. The latter will locate hero to practice his profession. I learn that he Maid's Convention Friday night. soon wo shall go the way of all llesh. n has been a practitioner for 10 years and P. B. Walters, a citizen "middleburg. stands high, both as a pill dispenser of Pittsburg, died last week of pneu and as a surgeon, being president of monia. Corn planting is in full blast. tho Central Kentucky Medical AssociaLucien Boono, who murdered Shad Tho prospect for a good yield of ap- tion, and having organized such socle-tie- s Taylor lu Fayette, was captured at ples and plums was novel more promisI NKW HAI'TIST CiIUItCH CONSF.CKATLD TO OOD. t A crowd estimated all the way from Ill 000 to 1,0-j- people attended the dedicatory services of the Baptist church at i I i' TUB Worlfl Covered WitliLeatner -- ta n that there was n debt of $150 hanging It The Leading Shoe and Furnishing Rome, I1VLIE EY. over the church and that that amount must be raised before it would be dedt. cated. Little trouble was found in doOo to D.wivllle ns soon uh e and see the Handsome-iLine of ing that, although the good people of that section had ulready responded liberally to call after call for money to complete the building. Dr. Harvey was assisted in the services, which were In the L:itest Colorings Iteds, Green and New Illue mver shown lu this Stnto very simple, by the pastor, Rev. R. B. o the Finest Display of Now po-,sl- Preachers yillo Sunday and all who could crowd into the splendid house of worship heard Dr. W. P. Harvey's excellent discourse. By !i o'clock they begnn to gather and at 10, when the writer arrived, not only tho house, but was full of people anxious to witness the Interesting ceremonies. After preaching, Dr. Harvey announced the-yar- d V I To a nmn wearing a. perfectly fitting pair of Shoes, it as if the world wns covered with leather. He walks as easily ns if BAREFOOTED CALDWELL ! On a leather carpet. Our shoes coveryour wotld with leather. We fit them perfectly. We try not to allow a shoe to leave the More that does not do ns and your feet justice Resides the Fit, you will Unci they Wear well and that they are Stylish and Attractive. Call on us. : St LAN1ER,K t MEW WJLLL P1FEB Mo-s- , 1 AI- - n, IG-ye- ar r, p "Mac-Loan- Sims-Mar- 1S7S-lbOs- i" well-know- In several counties. Our jHioplo Uarbourville. Kin-iialrwell-playe- treaty of from its longrestinjr place by Uncle Sam's Sprine cleaning. Germs and insects need routing from behind your wall paper in houe cleaning time, "or they will make trouble during the heated term Wall LETTEROFMARQUE. is so reasonable in price that every BurtGIN, April '2i. Will you please one can airord to clean up and benutify wal s from our exquisite stock explain iu the next issue of the I. J. their and ceiling papers, lriezes and of wall the full meaning of u letter of marque. There is quite a diversity of opinion W. W. here as to the full significance of the term and we have agreed to leave it to Kentucky. iou- A. G. Faulkner. A Letter of Marque is a commission authorizing a privateer, that is an arm. Hranch Store and Uudeitikiug Outfit at ed private vessel, to make war upon or Hustonville. Kv. seize the property of another nation. To do this without such commission Is w piracy, and that is another name for rlt robbery. Letters of Marque were abol& ished umoug European nations at the pn-pcuit-ings. Mahouy, Kev. J. B. Crouch, Rev. T. H Campbell, Rev. W. T. B. White and Rev. W. J. Holtzclaw, of Louisville. In a short talk Mr. Mahony told his congregation of the happiness it afforded him to 6cc the church turned over to the Lord and thanked them heartily for their and the unity with which they had worked since he became their pastor. Tears came to his eyes when he told his Hock of his appreciation of their kindness to him and of their untiring efforts to make him feel at home among them. As told In our last Issue there was no dinner on the grounds, but the hospitable homes of the good little town were open to any and all who would break bread with them. The committee of invitation seemed to Include all the people in that end of Lincoln. At 3::i0 Sunday afternoon Rev. J. B. Crouch preached and at night Dr. Harvey preached again. The church has a seating capacity of about aO0, is modern in structure, has as handsome pews and pulpit as any church In the county and is in every sense a creditable house of worship. It cost about. 51,500 besides no little work, which was thrown in by Its enthusiastic members. Mr. Mahony was the iirst to suggest its bulldlng.but Its members who worked so hard and contributed so liberally are entitled to an equul share of the credit for its erection. The pastor, members and citizens of that end of the county generally feel a just pride In the spleudid church and that great good may be accomplished within its walls this feeble scribe sincerely hopes and believes. E. C. W. Ever made South of the Ohio Illver. Tho trip will juv vou to see and know how Cheanlv you can Handsomely Decorate Vour House. Vou will find the latest styles for tialntlne " houses, and nil Information freely given. PICTURE FRAME MOULDING ! Window Glass and Paint Hru-he- Window Shades, All Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, s and Art Material A. El. N. W. MAY. CI.EHK. GIBBONS, Danville. (fi) at No 3i0M.iliifrHet. ! ele- 'W aaaaaS .EaaaaaaaaV1 ,HU !alaaaaaaaaaaa9alaBGlEjaaaaB 0LWHYS HHEflD In Low Prices nnd Good Material. An gant line of Children's Suits. JHl.'JlftL B Best Line of $10 Suits In the State, Tine Shoes. Nobby Stilt Shirts. Stylish Neckwear. mm NfffaHSr made to order and kept lu order ono ear. 4 THE GLOBE, J. L. PUOHMAN & Co., D.invllle, Ky. THE DOVE OF PEACE HAS BEEN ROUTED er WITHERS, Stanford. Pr tAaaaaaaaaca HaiV-.r? x hbbLJbbCLjwTi - rtaBaaW5-- !! a . J n 1S50. To Clean Gold Pictcki: Fuami:s. Heat the white of an egg; add to it ono pintof cold water; moisten your frames with this mixture, using a sponge. Then wipe them with a soft Ilannel. Take a second cloth perfectly dry, and give tho frames a light rubbing. May Ladles' Homo Journal. By a contract for envelopes, tho third estimates usslstant postmaster-genera- l four years the departthat In the next anything do him m much good ment will pay 1,'00,000 less than for- quick relief from rheumatism in and glre audi When you can not aleen for coughing take Chamlerlaln' merly. Cough Itemed. It alwajs gives prouipt Iin Halm, lluwatliuthered greatly with scooting ).ilu from hl for cold', line Queen & Cres- meiit, which affordsU promptuntil lie nied tliNllul. relief. It Is most excellent lungs and too, as It aid, Low rate occasion. prevents any relief. H. F. Haker, cxieetonitlon, reliees tho cent Route. Grand Lodge of Kentucky DruggUt, St. I'arl Ohio. Tor tale by Craig A tendency toward'pncumoula. For Sale hj Craig A HocVer, StauHjrd, Ky. I.O. O. P., Lexington, Ky., May 18. Mocker, Stanford, Ky, x Chain-berlaln- 'h will welcome him. Capt. W. J. d At Richmond Saturday Central Unihas returned to Middle&boro. versity defeated Centre College In a d Misses Dove Karris. Mary Miller, game by a score of 11 to 0. May Hughes, Alberta Anderson, EuAmong the delegates appointed for genia Hush; Maggie Tomlinson, Mabel the State at large to ttie Commercial Koyston and Mary Burnside raised a Convention at Louisville are Gov. fund to buy our company of volunteers aud Col. K. P. Jacobs. a handsome Hag, or three swords as the Hon. M. J. Durham, who was made company profors. This is a manifesta- an Odd Fellow iu Boyle lodge at Perry tion of patriotism on the part of the villo 50 years ago, addressed that lodge young ladles, which is highly com- at Its celebration of tho 7S unuivorsury mendable, and a Hag, glveu by fair of the Order last week. hands and dedicated to tho cause of News comes from Clay that George liberty, would never trail in the dust Howard, son of Bal Howard, and two whllo in the hands of such valiant men. of the Philpots woro killed three miles The word- - of Webster, when referring below Manchester by tha Bakorvympa to the Hag, are suggested here: thlzers, and the same day the Baker "Strength to the heart and courage to boys, sons of Arise Baker, mot three the hand to which, at all times, it shall Philpots in the main road, one milo be entrusted. May It ever wave In below town, and shot them down. honor, unsullied glory and patriotic Dr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Frazeo have filed hope, and on whatsoever spot It is stilt at Richmond for $25,000 damnge planted, there may freedom have a foot- against Mrs. E. F. McCann, wife of one hold, humanity a brave champion and of Richmond's oldest and most promireligion an altar. Though stained with nent merchants. Tho petition alleges blood lu a righteous cause, may It never that Mrs. McCann went to Mrs. FraIn any cause, be stained with shame." nco's house, abused, intimidated and frightened her into giving premature POLITICAL POINTS. birth to a son. All are wealthy and of Mr. Hlnnd's amendment to Issue high social standing. 6150,000,000 of greenbacks in connecThe population of. the small-potion with tho war revenue bill wns camp Is rapidly diminishing. Nine padefeated 10(1 to 1 17. tients, thoroughly healed and cleauscd Estimating tho population of tho from the etlects of the loathsome d.i. Tho United States at 75,000,000, there has aase, were released yesterday. paid iu Interest on tho public debt services of Win. Smith, guard, were been since 1S05, 810 for every inhabitant of dispensed with, leaving only one sentitho nation, and wo owo thousands of nel to look after the?fow remaining patients. These will soon be well and the millions yet. pest house will be a thing of tho past Mr. Kll'lia Perry, of (displace, siys he never had lu Richmond. Richmond Register. Mc-Crea- ry -- Ed. I. J. i;i "Nothing in this world is prettier than a woman in a becoming bathing dress as she plnuges iu the surf, and perverted must be that man or woman who sees aught but beauty therein." writes Edward W. Bok in the May Ladies' Home Journal. That depends entirely whether the womau is pretty herself aud is possessed of &ueh othor physical charms as go to make a tout ensemble of loveliness. A scrawny woman with pipe stem limbs does not appear at her best In u bathing suit. Senator Lindsay say he heard this lu Richmond: "I understand." said i f.i A FOOTWEAR Our btrck r II I - f!l : I f I Ladies' & Children' f fl I Shoes, Slippers, rt . ill ir. ,1 I If!) . I Ts full of the Nicest and He?t Things the market nffoid. an old Confederate, "that if we do have war, MoKInley Intends to make Lee a brigadier general and let him lead the Invasion Into Cuba." "A brigadier general?" remarked his companion, with ti snort of disapproval. "A brigadier general !" Never in tho world ! Why, FItz was a major gener. al in our army, sir a major general And do you suppose he's going to accept any lower rank in tho Yaukeo army? Never sir. never." New York Fitz-hug- h '. .. Qocolaie, Tan, I BroWn Blacl, I i) 'J! I : If. I . I With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes. ft World. i. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A . H. J. MoROBERTS. Of 01 si The Northern Indiana Law College at Valparaiso Is the only established Law College In America which allows pupils of limited means to complete the junior year's work at homo by the Chautauqua plan through direct correspondence between instructor and puull. Then the student Is entitled to enter the senior class thero In Valparaiso without examination, and complete with one year's work aud ono year's expense nnd one year away from home. Kentucky already has a number of students In this College. Write for catalogue to Lewis D. Sampson, director, Valparaiso, Ind. I ! Car Load And are Vehicles, Stanford, Ky. cflerng some iPECOUL Call aud See . Us. BGMIS. 0,p. Court-Hcus- ;, B. K. WE A REN a SOV. I u I Chairman Dinglcy says It will require I shortly afterward promoted to a n month to prosecute tholtalncy. At tho battle of Stono Iltver of the veteran journalTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL editorial controlKolly, announces that it war. ho was twice seriously wounded, but ist, Col. K. M. d refused to leavo tho Held, and was made The Spunish steamer Panama, will bo more of a republican in poliby tho little gunboat Mangrove, lieutenant uoloncl for gallantry in that May 3, 1S9S tics than it has been in the past, will Stanford. Kv., battle. eschew scandal, and will endeavor to Is valued at $700,000. The New York silenced the batteries play tho rolo of improver instead of ML VERNON. W. P. WALTON. that of reformer. It is safe to say that at Fort Cabonas, Cuba, in IS minutes The public school here will likely bo the paper will not be as aggressive as and rendered It unfit for use. The secretary of war has decided to taught by Messrs. Edgar Albright and Dan O'Sullivan made it, but will at all Never in the hUtory of our business have we been as well equipped to supply the B. THOMPSON, times be interesting and readable. HON. accept tho regiment of yellow fever Josh Borelng. wants til our p.ttroiiH with tlrt cla, good as now. Never have we been Of Mercer, U a candldnto for in Louraised by Duncan Hood Services at the Christian church for Congress In the Eighth Congressional' Tub statement is made that tho pres- isville. - able to quoiu as low price on ijoods of equal value ax prcftent, therefore it i inior-tai- it Sunday were conducted by Bros. BosDistrict of Kentucky, subject to the action that every bargain eeoker should look at our line before they buy. to Spain ident will appoint of the democratic party. It Is reported that 1,400,000 pounds of well and Wallace. The former recently is a ammunition has been shipped fron closed a good meeting Woodford a major general. This at High Bridge HON. G. G. GILBERT, bad move, for if ho make no better Brooklyn to the Flying Squadron in Mrs. Sam Ward and Miss Ella May Of Shelby Countv. is a Candida to .for Conlighter than he did a diplomat the Hampton Roads. Saunders have charge ofa silver medal gress In tho Eighth Congressional District of Spanish will pet us sure. The navy department has ceased buy contest at Livingston to occur at tho Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic party. ing ships for conversion Into war ves- Christian church on the evening of ADDITIONAL LOCAL. sels, owing to the exhaustion of the May 10th. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Wo arc authorized to announce WO.000,000 war fund. Messrs. Egbert Knit and Harris Is equaled by none We have several hundred pairs to he sold nt grantly reduced The flag 3atcc in the Old Maid's The West Point class of ISHS, 55 White will join tho army. Misses Susio pried. Alo, our new she are utiH'iipnsscd In point of quality and price. Convention will be worth many times young men, were graduated ahead of and Annie Thompson and Messrs. U.C. Of Madl-o- n County, a candidate for In the Eighth Congressional District the price of admission. "Miss It and time last week and will at once bo as Davis and James Houk iitod Miss of Kentucky, subject to the action of the regret It tho balance of your life." signed .10 active duty. democratic party. of Garrard, Mary Thompson, last ( ; Gen. Corbln says no Stato's volun- week. DAVIS. The remains of Milton Dav The glorious news comes from Ma- is, who married Miss Lizzie, daughter teer allotment will be Increased, as The L. : N. has built a handsome nila, in the Phillipine Islands, of u na- of the late R. C. Talbott, were brought every State has signified it would fur depot at Livingston near tho K. C. yard. Above it and near the largo new Our stock is full to the brim and we have never been better equipped to Milt nil. We val engagement between the Asiatic here from Morehead yesterday and in- nish its full equipment. On tho Russian government's new hotel will be an enclosure of beautiful have the host ?l, S, SniuUlOSiiilN on Squadron under Commodore Dewey terred by those of his wifo who hud tho market Hoys' Knee Suit at Mo. and the Spanish licet there, in which preceded him to the tomb a number of railroad in Siberia tho fare for immi- flowers. This is a now departure, but 75c to $ 1. Hoys' Knue Pants nt 20c Men's Cotton at '15c hr pair. the latter was nearly annihilated. The years. His wife was raised by Mr. and grants has been put at 31.50 for 1.200 a pleasant one for the weary eye of the traveler. report comes via Spanish sources, Mrs. James Paxton, whose niece she miles and $'U0 for 4,000 miles. While In Livingston recently we had which makes it more certain that it is was, and she died at their house after Tho British government has or Jerod worse than given, that three of the lar- living a long time in Texas. Mr. Dav- two cruisers to Newfoundland waters the pleasure of viewing some of the gest Spanish ships were destroyed, sev is had lived in Alabama for several because of the prospect that Spanish wide domains of Mr. Sam Ward, the big real estate dealer of that lively eral others sunn, while the rest had to years and was quite prominent in polit- warships inav put In there for coal. Mlecinl etlort has been made by cur buyer this jeiion and theteby wo nic enabled flee for their lives. The Spanish The secretary of war has detailed city. Mr. Ward has about 100 lots for ical circles, having represented his dis to show; on the largest line in the country. Oil Oloth, Curtnin, Curtain Poles in Maria Christina, and the armored trict in tho Legislature and otherwise Lieut. Herbert S. Whipple to muster sale. He also has a large quantity of cruiser, Castilla, were burned, and tho served the people. He died of con- Into service the Kentucky troops calU dressed building stono on hand for sale endless variety We linve tremendous bargains in cruiser, Don Juan de Austria, was sumption, as his wife did, and like ed out by the president's proclamation. cheap. blown up, besides other ships were bad her longed to come back to Ivcntncky Several ladles of tho W. C. T. U. exTho signal service has equipped u From the same source it to dfe. Ten days ago he wrote his sis- captive balloon for naval observations pect to attend the district convention at ly damaged. is learned that live American ships ter, Mrs. Drusilla Head, at Morehead, with a generator producing 400,000 cu Lancaster on the 17, lb and 10, among were destroyed, but there are eviden- that he was near the end and wanted bic feet of gas per hour and reservoir. them being Mcsdnmes Lovell, Smith, Our new lino is a bounty ces that it Is untrue. The Spanish lo?s to die at her home. Ho was taken there There is talk at Washington of es- Gontry and Nosbltt. Tho series of conIs inti test:' leading to tho Grand Gold Modal is put by them at 200 killed and 400 at once nnd lived less than a week. tablishing a press censorship. It wounded. Mr. Davis was a graduate of both Cen- mated that the War Department may contest and will soon be completed and lighting admiral, tre and Yale Colleges and at the time change Us plans and not start troops to this will be held the first evening of Spain's famous Montego, had to quit his flagship which of his death was a professor in a col- Cuba for two weeks. the convention. A silver medal contest For both men and women New glove-- , parasol-- , umbrella". Ac An inspection was burned to the water's edge and he lege at Fayette, Ala. His sister, Mrs. Tho 35 passengers captured on the will be held at the Christian church on will make you buy our Mulitw, Sheeting, Linen Towels Toweling, Ac. had to acknowledge himself the worst Head, his son, Milton Davis, who lives steamer Pauama will be sent to Fort the evening of May Dili. and held as prisoners of whipped man who ever went to battle. with her at Morehead, und R. C. Tal- Taylor, Maurice Brown was up from Sink? ! The news created great enthusiasm all bott, of Paris, accompanied tho re- war, as they had left this country with Saturday. Mrs. Ella Baker has returnand shows that when mains, which were taken to the home the intention of joining the Spaniel ed from Livingston. Judge Chnmp over the country , t ... Mullins, of Livingston, is very low with our snips get u cnance .L won 1.i. uo a 0r n cousjn Mr. A. A. MoKinney. army. uioy In this slock wo have some of the latest and iuot a tractive pattern. Glv in your thing to them, to use the language of'i,e funeral services were held at The president's purpose In calling heart trouble. Mrs. W. J. Sparks and Fitzhugh Lee to Washington was children came up from Livingston Sat- jmtronage and remember we j;io vou Gen. tne street. Morehead by the Baptist minister, to ciTHKit oecause 11 nau to on account- which church he belonged, under the to commission him major general of urday. Mrs. Judge Carter ha- - been of Portugal's decree of neutrality and direction of the Masonic fraternity, of volunteers. The troops of tho State quite ill from the etTucts of a fall. Mrs. she being owner of the Cape Verde Is- which he was a member. Rev. J. B. will be mobilized at Richmond, under A. R. Scott and little Miss Freddie liaru Crouch said an appropriate prayer at lands, or because it wanted to make u the grave and all was over of au event- Lee's command. ruturned from tho South. Mrs. S. W. ith each fL5 worth of good Gen. Blanco makes sport of the bom-- 1 DllvU is prearccl to take pictures at show of tight, the Spanish fleet which ful life of 01 years. bardment of Matanzas and says the her home. Mrs. J. J. Williams is orl- had been anchored there for several GLORIOUS'VICTORY. entire casualties on his side was one otiiiy 111. win. Molds has named his weeks, sailed for Porto Rico Friday and THE predictions ure made that there will AMERICAN AND SPANISH FLEETS MEET mule killed by a shall. The Americans handsome hotel "Eight Gables. '' wore afraid to como within ran&e or he soon be a naval battle In that vicinity IN ASIATIC WATERS. Ruv. J. B. Crouch, thu luistor of thu would have shown them a thing or two, as has has never been known before. T I). iUNI'.Y, Manager AND THE LATTER IS ALMOST ANNIHIhe adds. Baptist church, earnestly ruquo-U- j and The Queen Regent of Spain has appealLATED. There is considerable relief ovur the urges thu members to bu present next llrniuh store at Pntis Curiae, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, L.iwreiiccburg, jnthi-ed to the Czar of Russia for assistance, a, Versailles Eminence, Georgetown, huxnhethlown. Frankfort action of Portugal in declaring neu- Saturday at the regular bubinuss muot-in- g Mnurkport, !nd but he replied that while sympathizing MANILA IIOMHARDBD AND SURREN- trality. She is so close to Spain that It of tho church. Services will begin with Spain, he did not think the time DERED was &ald as well as feared that she promptly at 10.TO a. M. Matters of had come for diplomacie or military In.Madrid, May 2. Olllclal dismight be an ally. As the Cape Verde great importance are to be attended to. tervention. patches from Manila tell of a great Islands belong to her, the Spanish navy On .Sunouy morning the ordinance of Though the Spanish claim an army battle between American fleet unThe Si. m. I .xtusior, i f tin t had to seek other ports for sholtor and tho Lord 'a supper will bo observed. will t nr 1'T Rl it k ii of 200,000 in Cuba, they arc resortder Commodore Dewey and Spanish succor. Eld. A. J. Daughortoe will preach at ing to conscription and in the province ., A sailor A Key West spoclal says: "2ivond.Ei3r, Tan-mstryfleet and forts. The Spanish fleet Mt. Olive at 11 a. M. Sunday, and Eld. of Santiago have decreed that every on the Monitor Puritan has boon conwas routed. The American fleet M. New piiiw 1'iilerlng at that time will l n . ivel Into the .! .. rVr full Information Sugar Grove at 3 man between 15 and 50 must report for chII 011 or wtlle to Mim Suri.i.v at the Colli e nr wrlti fur victed of treason. He Is a Spanlnrd Ligingston at t .u.rum entered Harbor Saturday night, sumu day. military duty or be shot. An invasion and was caught liling tho lock of a slipping by mlnos and batteries, WILLIAM HJKLTON. I'Hu.r.M II.Bro-naughof Cuba this week seems to have been J. B. GENTRY'S Crook, in R. magazine on the Puritan and wan found and lighting begun early Sunday stable, won in it gallop at Newdecided upon for the purpose of estab and guilty by a drumhead court martial lishing communication with the insur-- l morning. Spanish lost flagships port yesterday. i sentenced to be shot at once. Rolna Christina, cruiser, Costello, rni Dr. J. B. Owslev and L C. King d gents and arming them. Only regulur Gen. S. B. Bucknor has placed his livered to W II both burned and cruiser, Don Juan hM) bauel-o- f TraIor troops will be used and about Ss.000 of servlcosat the disiH)sal of the govern- corn at ?i'. de Ostria annihilated by explosion. them will be landed. ment. Gen. Bucknor is about 7i years ; The American fleet was constantly After a rough voyage, the stcHmor old, and has seen services In two wars. maneuvering to escape lire of fort. Paris, about which o much anxiety It is hardly likely that the government The damage sustained was not se& has been felt, reached New York Satcan avail itself of his services, although rious. Two encounters. Ameriurday, two days over due. As she had he is hale for one of his years. FOR SALE. cans withdrew for uwhile but reaboard considerable munitions of war, The war revenue bill, with a bond is turned and completed victory. A house and lot In Morclitud Sutton, it was feared that a Spanish vessel had sue of ? ."iOO.OOO.OOO, was passed by tho main building no bv M. two stories high, the Heavy los of life on both sides. run her down. The vessel now goes 120. titled up for dwelling, xultnble fur House Saturday aes, 1S1; nous, LONDON, May J. Madrid disinto the service of the government and Mi. building II imall family and Mr. Berry, of Kentucky, made a speech com cribs, ware a .ld and suit shud, bywell say that the Queen und cabpatches room her name will be changed to Yale. of the arranged for a geneialitore. havelxen sellIn opposition to the bond feature inet are determined to light to the The Oregon surprised the country by SiO.lvoi ing from bitter end. The bombardment of bill, and declared that the war would anmmjly, ilft.wo to for sale worth of rikhI otTered putting in at Rio Janeiro, Brazil, Satbo speedily ended If the leash were nr Manila Is supposed to be proceed-- ' urday, while the Spanish torpedo gunken oH Sampson. The bill will not have ing. boat, Temerurio, was lying In wait for smooth salllngln the Senate and it may Madrid, May 2. Publie deAlso a good tock of good at prime cMit. her in Argentine waters 1,000 miles nounce government for Spanish delake spveral weeks to pass it. I'ntll tin house and good are old In a South. The ollicers had not heard that has boon bulk. I will Mill goods for cash at aUmt cot feat. Martial law proclaimed. The British Foreign Oilico war had begun until they reached Rio. ofllclully notified by the Spanish em- The house will be rented after the 1Mb of It is likely that she will join the fleet Government advised to arm all bassy that the government of Spain has July andof the good, sold at auction, available shipping vessels to attack price at Havana in a few days. II, II. KIN(, ordered tho ports of Cuba, the Phillimerchantmen. Spanish admiral .Moreland Station. Ky acknowledges his fleet completely pine Islands and Porto Rico to bo deIN response to the criticisms by Lou. demolished. American fleet now fended by the lines of torpedoes and isville papers and people that he was ASSIGNEE'S SALE blockading Manila: expected to that entry into these ports, therefore animated by oplte in securing LexingOf Very Valuable and Denl ruble guidance of only possible under tho bombard ton as the place for the mobilization of pilots who aro in readiness, outside the New York, May 2. New York the State troops, Gov. Bradley denies linos of defense, to take ships in. Journal prints a Hong Kong cable j & that he has unythlng against Louisville Previous to his death at Atlanta, that Manila had been captured. and recounts what he has done for her. nOperewt Corn Chop Timothy Hay, 70 Unnrwrn a wu May be true, but not reliable. ..o..,..w 15 " " He was animated solely by patriotic Chicken Feed .iimu, i nliiin tfiHTnr una fi nt'n. A HHljjiifo or tliu estate of U. T. Pierce, Mixed Hay HONG KONU, May 2. The cable nounced annexationist. Iho widow i will on IS '' " motives, Lexington being on the line Clover Hay COAL.. communication with Manila interdeclares that a compact has been f 10 " " to Chickamauga and much cheaper for Fulls I'ranch Lump Millet UJperliu. MONDAY, 33, 1898, Straw rupted. reached between the Spanish ollicers In '.'0 " " the troops to be sent from there. This Jelllco Lump 10J " door Feed Oats Havnna that upon the instant American County Court day, at the Madrid, May 2. The Spanish Is another case of much ado about JOperhu. Jellico Is'ut " 10 " loss is estimated 400 killed. occupation of the city becomes Imm!-- J 70 per wt Special prices on both feed mid coal in nothing. Louisville shouldn't be given MS Shipstuir. New York, May 2. Hong Kong nent every Cuban sympathizer In the of mild Pierce conveyed tome as asbignco he earth, if she does wantitand thinks lare qonntiticH. vU: city, regardless of sex or condition,, aforesaid, three story frame building cable says bombardment of Manila is no other place In the State that there A new, ,' known now in progress. shall be slaughtered. Fires will then Iu, tlt. worthy of honors. be kindled In all parts of Havana. Madrid, May 2. It is now admitGen. Wevler is repnted as having the captains Gov. Bradley ted on all sides Spanish fleet comHOTGL boasted that he could lead the Spanish of the volunteer companies of tho three ' IK.alcI, pletely destroyed. tll( comer of the pul.llcs,juri.f army from New York to Sun Francis regiments that tho maximum number In Liberty, Ky , containing 7 rooms, well London, May 2. Dally Mail's co. To be sure he could If there were ". of .rivnt..s In nanh nfuiltrV COmnailV stooro room ' located In same, i.Kiu. largo Madrid correspondent. say0 Renin guldens and none but women und children to conof one .stable attached, with a splendldand never will be o0, with the adaitlon Maria Christina, and Costello burntho test his passage. The man who makes 3 ed totally. One vessel purposely wujjonor, one artificer, two musician-- -, falling well In tory hotel building. iyi Also two frame More house 'JO by was on that class and directs the blow51) feet 011 Hiuno lot. 12 corporals', four sorjreunts, a quartersunk. ing up of a vessel and its hundreds of master orgeant, 1st sergeant, a 2d Tun tracts of farming and timbuiud html, LOUISVLLE, May 2. Later dis, aggie;;-- ting seamen, while on a peaceful mission Is lloutonunt, u 1st lleutenunt and a patches Indicate that Dewey's fleet better on tho boast than he Is on the captain, thi making tho total of is not much damaged as it is able SOO performance. One good man could inon, instead of 10'i. Each of the to return to attack today. Glorious lvlug within three mllos of the town of Lib- whip a thousand led by Weyler and two will have two majors Instead of ' victory. S'ome of these tracts are three, with other ollicers uUo lopped ertv. K'iMittom. and fine farming lands. Ureen ' aMM!Brl could put 10,000 to flight. Ail WKrtMMKL 1IULLKTINS. Itlver AIm oil'. or threo town lot. Ing It is oniulully announcud that balrij: brought to two public Mpmre in Liberty, Immediately on i Strong preeetiro is the We acknowledge rocoipt of invitaK. thuru was not an Amorlcan killud The mnili bar on tho president to appointliterAdju- - upon utile of thishIxiiroMrtv will bo will Im tion to thu banquet to be given the month, bond!, T1 credit of .. ml lor ..., M.. I. (ex iid in the naval unguyumunt ut Manila ,. tl... " "'-wiuu wuu. uan iv, vwutwi it..,l dclogatos to tho Commeroial Convenand but few wounded. the Kentucky curlty. bearing legal Interest from day of Oonoral to command tion to bo held in Louisville next week. May 2. Manila has sunt a flag of ' ,l,"u on the troops. Ho was a gallant oldlor in " "'''' oId a 1'" additional security for tin- 'I he ( lie'okeelaii peifict Check Uowi , a pcifict Hnrcl Drop Plnnlei and a I'er Tho prospect U that tho gathering truce by British war vessel to Comas u prt- - property of the purchase money. thuro will be the most notablo in th ,my'ineiit thu civil war, having unlisted fuill I'lnnter. Try one. cct Suite for years and It will doubtlesi do modore Dowey surrendering the a. A. pkrwitt. vate in the Third Kentucky Infantry. great god. As.lgaeo of it. T. Piorcu. lty. Lutor he wu- elected a lieutenant and 1 TITL. T mttai.tllA rVIttrt rirtM? ilni1n t.Ylf enp-ture- - WE BREAK RECORD Si TO SERVE YOU. J. es Our Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoe Stock hon. jas. b. Mccreary Con-pre- ss CIOTHIMQ s f l't Carpets And Mattings. Hag-shi- p, Skirts And Shirt Waists. NEW HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, N, 1 1 I DRESS GOODS Handsome - A Present I IMWXfWI'LlLU STOB3IS. mi I Stanford Female College. . I V On. - S-Sstli- 1898. 1 -- 's -- Store Room Goods DREDGE ! SEWING MACHINE. I PRICE, 81,200 The Latest Machine out, something1 new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. to-da- & Town Lots Lands A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. -"- --. , Mv ;;rl,t!Ir!:!uh",'r court-house ha.-notlll-ed bXCHHNCG J. H. BAUCHMAN 6t CO. " ?""' Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow 11 11 rogl-mon- tu About 11 Acres, ! ! ffNCKdarvaaTvSPiQ I fll ' ; -- ....i '''''d - - FORSALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. Ik LW '.i wijyif "wm'f'aiw'MB.' i"1 T '; w nn ,pilljljjjp,ll tfmiwv !f" I?? Jl'PtUW;PjflEWlfw'.l'Vf ' -- " PVQHPW' AUCTION! Monday, May Oth. Dunks Seeds THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. the Joweler. ONION Sets and Garden Warren it Shanks' IIomk and farm mixed paints. Best In tho market. W. B. McRoberts. will sell at - May , 1898 Walton, Busings Manaokh. Samim.i: lot of lap robes at wholesale priced. 13. K, Wcarcn & Son. m 9 ' Bid Sale. Assignee G. A. Prowltt at Liberty on the 2.'ld, tho Hotel and ten tracts of land aggregating 800 acres, the property of II. T. Pierce. See ad. I a It Is not price but quality that determined the cheapness of an article. AVe sell the best goods only and at reasonable prices. Penny's Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY In GOSSIP. J. L. Tottkn went to Louisville Sat- urday. parasols Patriotic Enginekics. A dispatch Severaneo & Sons. from Lebanon Junction says that a L. & N. engiNkw Wall 1'aper of the latcstsprlng number of neers have organized at thut point to stylos. Prices made to suit the purofTer their services as marino engineers chaser. W. B. McRoborts. to Gov. Bradley lu case their services Foil Salk. A nice, newly painted, shojild be needed in the Cuban trouble. second-hanbuggy and harness. Bar- The company consists of J. It. OrndorlT, gain. For tho cash. Noel it Son. Charles Slade, Thomas Hurley, George RlliliONH, kid gloves, fans, gnjnt variety. CLOTHING! HJ&Sc m well-know- n d A good stock of WOOL. J. W. Christian it Co., thro' MltH. W. II. W'KAHLN has buon quite II. T. Pope, Sherman Napier, John thoir agent, Win. Moreland, will pay Burkhart, J. B. Ifeyer, Mike Crosby, sick, but Is much bettor. MlSH Bi:ssu; Bl'UNSIDi:, of Garrard, you the highest market price for your A. L. Garr, Sam Humbcrstonc, Ed G. wool. is with Mies Pearl Burnsido. Holley, Prultt, Thomas McAullire, W. F. Key-o- r, Mifisiw Doha and awcii Bauuhman returned to Danville Friday. MlW. J. II. Tuckkk represented Mt. Hebron at tho Danville Conference. Miss Minnik Mu.ndaY wont to Bowling Green Saturday to visit friends. Mlt8. W.M. CiiHtlt went up to Corbin Saturday to visit her son, II. L. Gcer. Et) ClUIKJllTON, of Klngsvillo, is clerking for J. D. Richardson. Re-orto- Waller, John Austin, William It is time for you to John Booker. These men will ask Gkntlkmhn take that Winter underwear oil. See General Manager Metcalfe to release ! our line of Summer undorwear. erance it Sons. Sev- r. , of the London Echo, Joseph Price Infirmary for at the treatment. Miss HIXL.K HOOT, of Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Florence Truoheurt. Mlt. J.H. BauuIIM.vn spont a portion of last week working tho mountains for his mill. W. S. CAM-ON- In Mh. ly while unloading John w. Watson was painfulhurt by some Imnbor falling on him 11 wagon. Miss Annik Bkixk Haiuihk, of Richmond, spent several days with her relative. Mrs. T. J. FosWfr. I)K. W. F. PlULi.irs, of Clay county, spent several days with bis father-in-laFree Silver Johnson. Mh. and Mhs. J. S. Hkihi liuvogonu to hou-ekeepl- ng h Wk have the improved Singer Sewhouse on Danville Ave. ing Machine at SIS. Ten years' guarMk. .1. K. CaksON was hi wall pleas, And we arc now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of , antee. Hlgglns it McKlnney. od with the country around Paris, Tex-athat ho may locate there. MONDAY, May Uth, we will auction W. B. SMITH, of Klngsvillo, ban our stock of Jewelry, Silverware, itc. Immmi grant! an Increase of (Kinnlon ui Seats for ladles. Danks, tho Jeweler. $12 a month from June, 1SU7. JUDOK Bailky'S quarterly court was J. G. BfHNSlDlt, who has been Mks. In session yesterday with 22 cases, only Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices alio a complete lino of at Joseph Price Infirmary, returned to la-- t wok greatly one or two contested and of an unim- the best 1'erfumcs, Soaps, Stationery nnd Toilet Articles We solicit your trade. her hoHiu in Garrard Improved. portant character. ElioitK 15STIW spent vvvornl days In A KlNKK day for the exhibition of Hkad End Collision. Tho North-bounHON. B. B. King has decided to quit liOuUvllle and Mr. .1. II. Alexander, of seasonable millinery and Spring gowns passenger, No. 2(i, and South- merchandising and that end otliers his Smith's Grovtt, worked the mails on never shone than Sunday and the girls bound freight, No. .'IT, collided heade at Moreland for uoods and the If. C. for hltn. took full henolll of lu It was cloudy foremost in front of tho Rowland depot sale. A bargain can bo secured. Read Mokhis Siicmatk stood a creditable yesterday and the prediction was for at It Saturday morning, badly damIn this Issue. examination before H. T. Qutsonborry Hsslble showers hct night; Tuesday aging both engines nnd completely tho notice s to fair and cooler. and C. C. Bagby and was icon-HiFmi:. J. C. Lynn tails us that Mrs. tearing up one and considerably injur law. Advocate. May wood burnpractice In the court of appeals the cases of ing throo other freight cars, all loaded W. R. Dolllns' house at Mk. II. Rowan Sai'W.hy tells us with nearly all Bright vs. King, of Lincoln, and King with merchandise. Tha engine of No. ed at noon yesterday is no insurance that Gen. Collier says the Lancaster There . Xoland, treasurer, Lincoln, were ;17 was knocked from tho track and its her furniture. company will move to Lexington thl- very needy, condion the original and ailirmed tender and the four ears wore thrown and she is left in a reversed m morning at 10 on npuolul train. on the cross appeal In eaub case. John broadside down tho embankment in tion. t Miss GOHiss, mule teacher In Miss Traylor's petition for a now hearing front of tho depot. Tho passenger has been A HOAT, of the Josephine Roed's sohool at Danville, engine did not loavo tho track, but wus was overruled. tmilt for Chief Train Dispatcher W. F. sjient Saturday and Sunday with Misses too badly used up to take the train into We can supply witli Carpets, Mattings, Shades, Lace bo launched in Sue WhlUey and Nellie Murphy. TllK public fountain having longsincu Louisville and a freight ongine was Sheridan and it will Curtains, Portierrcs, Draperies, Curtain 1'oles, Ac Our lake Thursday MissSUK A.MJUKSON, of Hubble, is caused to play and getting into a rick- substitute.!, leaving Rowland at 4:20, the Water Works 12. night with appropriate ceremonies. It ety condition, Judge Bailey had it only one hour and 20 minutes late. Tho canvassing for tho Hfe of Frances red, white and blue. Wlllard and will be hero Wednesday taken down Saturday and unless he can wreck was cleared up by 2 o'clock, out lias been painted young lady who w.ll of the to Interview our jxople on the subject. have it repaired at a mighty reasonable tha cars of the freight which did not Tho name christen it is withhold, but it will be Miss LOL Clakk, of Boyle, and her price, it will llkoly not ornament the leave tho track wore sent on a short christened "Queen," in honor of Supt. Square any more. while after the collision. The cause Is the place to select your IlruseN. Velvets, orMoquettc. These goods slter, Mrs. NulOn, (f California, little daughter. was undoubtedly duo to the fact that W. S. Martin's by Will Dunn and John we furnish to you ready to put on the iioor for less than others ask for ALL of the ports who etui raise Prall, of Danville, wore guaste of the will l'o to Louisville tomorrow to see the passenger which was to meet the Ql'lTK a commotion was created Sunthe Carpet not made. freight at the water tank, 200 yards day afternoon by Mrs. Alice Lloyd's 'ft Sunday. Myers. House the Derby run. That is tho amount Negro, Charley blNTi: our last report .Misses .Mary necessary to buy a round-triticket and below tho depot, came on down to and dog running a' llttlo Noel and Stella Ballon have bean add- admission to the race course and most stopped at tho depot, six minutes ahead Pevton. down and biting him severely ed to the list of delegates to tho Old any old sport can live on oxcltemont of time. Caut. Mat Lowe was conduc- In the hip and calves. A large crowd tor on tho passenger and Alex Cronin gathered and It was decided that the Mud's Convention which moots at Wal- and free lunch counters one day. and Martin ConnOn were engineor and do-- ' should bo killed. Deputy Sheriff ton's Opera House CAMIMU51.I. arrives on says that our item Is llreman, respectively; while on the J.C. Lynn secured Mrs. Cloyd's conTin: Advocate Mlt. Claikk Curtain Pole-- 15c each Shades at all prices Fine line of Rugs, Call Tuesday from Seattle after a year's ab- misleading and asks us to say that "the freight Capt. Maris. Arthur Cowan sent anil soon had the canine where before buying. Mrs. ad. sence to spend a part of the summer at special rata of - cents is made for three and Blrnoy If earns were in charge. most dogs ought to only. Tho Tho latter had an ankle badly sprained, Cloyd thought a good deal of the tlojr, r Lexington and RooK Castle with his mouths' trial 1 yearly price for this, tho only tri Engineor Cowan's face was considera- which she had had for nine years, and family. Lexington Herald. j Mlt. AND MllS. J. H. CMIT, Of weekly paper in the State, will contin- bly burned and Engineer Cronin had says ho never would have bitten anyWaynosburg, wore here Saturday. Mrs. ue tlie same -- $'2 for one year, 82,000 for his side slightly hurt. The latter, who body, but for being continually annoy- ? S3 is known as an "unlucky," was not too ed by passers, especially little 'Negroes, Cllft was Mies Mary Dye, daughter of 1,000 years." the late Col. Josh Dye, and she was yVillCautmc, a Macksvillo Negro, badly injured to run his engine on. Tho poking and throwing at him. was brought from Livingston married In Pulaski Feb. 20 last. va caught the other night by Engin- wrecker Goon Day's WoitK. Constable Tom and Capt. Bontley and his largo force DK. I. S. Wlist.KY, of Mlddleburg, eer U. S. Traylor slipping out of tho Squire W. A. ColTey president of the Central Kentucky Med- Itoliur Mills with a sack of Hour. Ho worked llko Trojans until everything Nunnolley and war on the ungodly. make ical Association, will locate af Lancas- dropped the sack and ran but Marshal was In ship shape. Train Dispatcher continue to arrested Tom week. Dr. Carpenter savs lie Ncwland arrested him later, and yes- Carl A. Moore and Copyist Ernest Saturday, tho former ter this Goocb, a Negro, for carrying aconccal-e- d Is one of the ablest men In the profes- terday Judge Carson sent him to jnll to Warren were on duty and saw the colpistol, which he drew and attempted lision. Tho engineer and fireman on sion. work for 20 days. to use on E. G. Justice, a white man, the passenger claim they did not leavo Miss LOU Bhksht and other ladles and him In Sti:vakt. Mr. J. N. Reynolds, of their engine, but tried to back it when and tho latter put it towill take line days have made up money and will present 43 which Company F. with a battle Hag. Compa- Pittsburg, was hero yesterday with his they saw tho freight coming, but tho imprisonment, to liquidate, and ny F. is very gallant, and we expect to pretty little daughter, Mollie, return- crew on the freight jumped near tho In jail at hard labor ho Is now liquidating at 31 a day. Mrs. hear of It being planted on Morro Cas- ing from Toledo, O.f whoro ho had ptko crossing. None of tho passengers to been to see after his sister, whoso hus was hurt and llttlo or no damage was River George Alford was tho next tle. Mlddlcsboro News. days done to tho coaches. Tho freight had catch It. She abused and vlllilled Mrs. R. L. Bosi.KY failed to pass tho phys- band, C. II. Stewart, died a few pay S12 50 o John Will Walls and had to ical examination and will not bo ac- ago. Deceased used to live here where 41 cars, but 12 of them nearest tho Then came old Martin had air brakes, or tho wreck for tho fun. cepted as a volunteer by tho Lebanon he is went might have been much more disastrous. Alcorn for disturbing a funeral service. Owsley Carman Company. Eloim:mi:nt. Mr. John Menefeeand Master of Trains B. N. Roller thinks The proof was dead against him and ho through the examination like a Hash Miss Lizzie, the pretty S.'ifl.IiO of his tho damages will not greatly exceed wns mado to conlrlbuto ami was pronounced sound and O. If. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Crutch-Hel- 31,000, but to tho Inexperionced it looks S72 a month pension for blindness, to Mk. Amiuut Aixi:n, who was visiteloped to Knoxvlllo Sunday night tho Commonwealth, making $122.90 ing his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Fox, of accompanied by Mr. Oscar HulTinan llko $10,000 would be a small estimate. two Capt. Mat Lowe, who has been rail that he has had to pay in the last ! Danville, drove over and spent Sunday and were doubtless married yesterday. for disorderly conduct. Some L. it N. railroad months night with his eon, Elder F. V. Allen. All tho parties live on Hawkins' roadlng over sinco tho us that this Is the third say tho old Negro Is crazy, but the Tho old gentleman Is manager of the Branch and tho runaway was caused by existed, tells had in all that time. Ho larger number assert that he Is moved paeu and Will cover moi Transylvania Publishing Co., of Lex- the girl's parents objecting to her mar- wreck ho has naturally pure and was running a train on tho Memphis to his devilment by a ington. riage. division many years ago which plung- unadulterated meanness. Constable Nunnelloy came in again LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Deputy Sher-ll- ed through a bridge Ho was not hurt, Foil yesterday with Thomas Reynolds, Geo. H. II. LIufT and assistant James Hen-so- but four peoplo were killed and a numMasterson, Will Cannon, Logan MontMillkt Si:kd wanted at Higglns it of Harlan county,delivored to Jail- ber of others injured. Tho other A full stuck of nonry Anderson and George Mclflnnuy's Than un othur upon this warVrt We luvlt full tho one Saturday morning was at gomery, or DeBord Saturday morn in-- :, James lo'dged thorn in jail, ehurg-and OLD Maid's Convention at fcWalton'i Hacker and John S.irdln, who wore Horsu Cave, when his train and a Johnson with shooting craps. They will bo freight collided, tho engineer being unglvon life sentences In that county for Opera Hotie Ho also returned Georgo Haudcr&on Bargor, able to work tho air brakes that had tried Friday. killing LANimirru's seeds in paper and bulk. who lntorforrod when they wont to just come Into use. Railroad men be- Andorson to jail, be being unabla to tho 3100 ball for breaking Into Now and fresh. W. B. Moltoborto. whltooap his father. Their cases will lieve that accidents run in threes, so It give Georgo Allord's house. Tho other two be taken to tho court of appeals and it Is hoped that tho clevor and popular CllKAr for cash; a good second-hanNegroes implicated by Andorson were wagon. Noel A was thought unsafe to keep them in tho conductor will have plain running tho broad tire, released. rest of his life. jail at Harlan t, m In Mr. J. M. McRob-ort- ?' Pki:aciii:hsvillk. In answer to the old (laugh tor of Miles Peyton, died a morning, after a qucrry of an 1. J. reporter, how did happy death Friday Preachersvllie get its nnme, Dr. J. D. long illness of consumption. Pettus, of Crab Orchard, said: "I THU Van Winkle- - Price telephone named tho town myself when I lived line to Danville was completed yester- there In We wanted a day and now wo can talk by two lines and sunt a dozen names to be chosen by to that groat and good city and tho no tho postolllce department, but they less great and good Harry Glovannoli. weieall refused, because there were of the same names already TWO von 2.&0. The Louisville Disin the State. There were live white patch, having reduced the prlco of Its colored preachers living near weekly so as to unable every domocrat and two here and I suggested that 'Prcachcrs-vllto take it, we can now send that pajwr would be an appropriate name. for a year for and our Tin! postolllce department seemed to 2.o0. ugi-- e with me for the name was dccld. LOST, between Severance's store and ed an and the established. I Geo. B. Woaren's resilience on Lower was the lir&t ostmaster nnd wns sucMain St., a bundle containing four yds. ceeded by Mrs. Agnes Gray, who held plaid silk, three of organdie, llninirs, It awhile, and lost It because she let a etc. Finder will plea-- e return to this Negro carry the mall, which was then olllco ami receive reward. a grievlous fault. Tho olllco was then for nwhllc." Mr. Cum TitiSltP. have been old maid's conven- discontinued mlns, tho present postmaster, has been tions and old maid's conventions, but In charge about 10 years. The preachthe one that will be held at Walton's ers who lived there in IWn were Revs. Opera House this, Tuesday, evening, Kads, a Methodist, Newlaud and Jar-rctwill lay them all in the shade. If you Christians, Leak and White Bapdon't bolluvo It, go and bo convinced. tists, and Bedford Nel&on, Methodist, Tint hill hoys defeated the public and Joe Barman, Baptist, colored. In school loam 11) to 0 in an interesting speaking of Preachorsvlllo, Mr. Goo. game of ball at the lattor grounds Fri- W. Evans, who lived near there for day ultornoon. Tliesocond team of the years, says the best peoplo in the counpublic school downed tho "Ellisltos'' ty live in and near the old town and (Miss Ellison's school) 12 to the same that no peoplo on earth go to preaching like they do. afternoon. Dkath. Sallle Peyton, tho 1!) year them from tho service of the company until the government Is through with them. kticx: 1 Gi:ntlkmi:n ! And the l.'l. post-olllc- o Iost-olllc- es Offered by any store. Bought with the cash pre vious to the tariff advances, I am prepared to Blmake prices that are matchless. h' semi-weekl- y m post-otli- ce "MT, H, SHASTKS. FBI KG IS IdlLME s i Wo would like to savo money on your Spring suit. Sevyou erance it Sons. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, T d store-hous- CRAIG & HOOKER'S. ,$m$mmMmm$mmmwm,$ 1 H i. "i I HOUSE CLEANING TIME ! house-keepers SI tlrst-olus- s, carpet sample Degartment 4 W-S.- ) p Lace Curtails 75c to S6. J- M u . bo-de- sub-criptio- ns 1 SEVERANCE & SONS. mwMMMmmmmmKmmmmm Produce of all kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. en-gln- well-know- n. d, MASTIC MIXED PAINT 4 IK iiT Safk-ici:i:i'1N(- J. T n, bo-sid- es WEAR : LONGER, d Lead, Oil And Colors Also In Stock. d, two-hore- o Son. Court-Hous- e. FENNY'S DRUG STORE. i"fr MJiiHWi h1 T 14444 t1fclr-V- aw ?m , .1 -- . BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, LAND AND STOCK. ' ono of his legs. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Col. Thompson Cowan, of Indianapohimself when he was Trains leave Stanford at 7.10 a. m., returning lis, fatally shot informed that his wife had been arrestat i5 p. m. ed for shoplifting. knoxvilTedTvision. Worry over the thought that his wife 12 37 p m No. 24 Train going North 3 13 am was gradually dying of consumption " " No. 26 " 12 10 a m " South No. 25 ' caused Frank Howard, of Chllllcothe, " ' 27 "i No. 2J " O.. to kill himself. KorallH'oliita. Miss Ellen Sawyer, of Grcencastle, KO'IOH TICKETS SOLU. IIAUUAOE CHECKED THHOUHH. Intl., has gone crazy over thinking of For any Information enquire ol the horrible fate of Pearl Bryan, whom she knew very well. JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. At Beefhide, near Whltesburg, John Vanover shot and killed Bud Mulllns, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. as he stood on his own door step. They good ones, VIA GEOMShTOWN. J. M. White sold to D. N. Prowitt a x. si had been at outs for some time. P. M. A. M. hogs at 3c. Col. Arl254 200 Lve. Somerset, 35 The Atlantic powder works at Dover, bunch of 820 " 1181 " Jet. City, 315 by a workman's Underwood sold to same a lot at about 630 N. J., were ignited 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt m 300 6 30 Frankfort, J20 1155 nine and six men wcro killed in addi same price. ,..o 580 tion to wrecking tho buildings. 8 40 (Cio Arr Paris The mule trust In St. Louis and the Dally except Sunday The geology class of the Normal West has been brokeu by the governC. D.UEKCAW.G.P, A. School at Bowling Green will take a ment, and army mules can be bought QUEEN & CRESCENT. week ofl and walk to the Mammoth cheaper than ever. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Cave, a distance of 155 miles and back. Black male hog, came to my farm 3 51 p m 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. 1 South John Haley, of Elkhart, Ind., didu't two months ago. Owner can get him am 12 Mam No. 3 " "4 " .....324 pin know his pistol was loaded and serious-l- by paying for this notice and his keep. 182 II 31 a m " 6 " No. 5 8 20pm 600am "10 " No.0 " wounded his younger brother with W. P. Bradshaw, Turnersvllle. No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City. an old pistol that had been lying around' Cogar & Davis, of Danville, bought the house. last week In Jessamino and Woodford : 1 1 125-pou- The University at Loutsvllle jrrndua-tc- d 20 younp Blackstones Monday nlpht. I'u.'bllEti.oi'u.ooiayo enidL3riJ.do.-vFour tramps were killed in a freight wreck which mashed several cars near vjfivit ix su Flint, Mich. Sadio Ilays fell Into a When not sopatdSSS.GO will le charged. tub of boiling water at Ilaynosvllle. Ga.. and was scalded to death. LOCAL Harry Grimes, of Lalluo county, dreamed he was being stabbed and TIME GIBD. iumnlnir out of bed, badly fractured o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL For I will Rcnt--a- o Acres. thW your. Good -- xj:u advance Five-year-o- ld hr? lKiu nrel Corn Is selling as high as $2.2o in house of 6 rooms, good bat in good apple Garrard. orchard. About 10 acres for cortu partly S. G. AnJerson sold to Sweeney Mor- broken. Good rardeu. partly planted, ui mid looking flue. Irish rot it too nil planted. gan a bunch of hogs at .Uc. Halanco In grass. G. T. McUonnrrs, 1(1 Nancy Hanks has been bred to the thoroughbred stallion, Medler. B. F. Sanders bought 100 hogs at .'I to Ujo. Harrodsburg Democrat. F. P. Bishop bought in the West End Ou Thursday, May 5, '98, a bunch of butcher cattle nt .'I to ,'llc. I will olfer at public sale ill Geo. T. Mcltob- Rev. R. R. Noel sold to James Mes erts" on Hawkins' llruuch, Lincoln Co., Ky , ser a nice combined mare for $100 cash. the fo'lowlng property; t gray mare, In foal. I horse, horse. H. J. Scoggan shipped to St. Louis 2 Jersey milk cow, good 01101, l yearling Jer-e- y 4 hog. T shoats, 1 helfor, now and and sold to the government a car load pig". good Jerwagon and gtur. of small mules nt $83.50. sey wagon and harness, large and i small 81 and lambs at turning plow. I Sales of old sheep at cultivator, large 83 each and a lot of calves at 811 nro elder mill, 2 harrvls apple vinegar, household and kitchen furniture. Sale to comreported in the Woodford Sun. mence at I i'. M., harii. All sums $10 and under cash, over that R. H. Bronaugh started Kitty B. and credit of 00 days with notes negotiable and Kathlo May at Newtrart Saturday but pa bio bauli, well endorse 1. 16 MRS. V. II SIMPSON. both finished behind the money. Admr V. II. Simpson, Dec'd. won tho PeabodyHotel Lleber Karl Handicap at Memphis Saturday. Buck vldere was second and Estaca third. James Miller, aged 81, died in BourUndertaker, Bourbon bon Saturday. He bred -- Kentucky Hustonvillo, - Wilkes, Favorite Wilkes nutl other I rent tho placo for DR. R. m. PH6LPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Olllco over Hlgglus & market price. 50,000 pounds of Wool wanted. Highest Pee me before jou noil. J. Im II. Doom:, Stanford, Ky 7"oo:ni ! BOUND TO SELL All those Malta Cultivators, All those Hall bearing Deering mowers, All those Hall bearing Dceriug binders, All those nice working Deerit'g hay rnkes, All those neat looking buggies All tlio.su solid Oak Milts Furniture, All thoo cross rowing coin planter. All of those nt I). L. CARPENTERS. Iltislouvllle, Ky. PUBLIC SALE ! 1 McKtiincy's Store. 1 1 1 1 War between piano dealers has forced me to buy my good direct from the factories and pay spot cash, and that Is why I sell a good pfuuo for less moucx than It cuuhehad any where on earth. Pianos from 850 to J50"0. Organs S'.W and up. Call on or address, (S) Stanford. Kv J. S RKKD. -' ' 'I W .A. IR, Bonier In I J 11 NOELcS6SON, Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Otllco and lVod Exchange near Hall-roa- d Crossing, Depot St., Stanford, Ky. Coal Yard. Mill St.. lately J. II. Hlgglus' Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. 1 A.C.SINE, L'KALKR In. V 111 J. T. STJTTOWT. LUMBER KV. Offers his services to the tssjple of West Lincoln and Casey counties. Full stock o( Coffins and Cask- - etsalwayson hand Hotel AND DOORS, Mason STANFORD, MllS U. D.SIMPSON, Pror. O. S. Carpenter, Manager. 95 Jones, TINNING J. "T. STANFORD, KY., Lancaster, : Kentucky. & PLUMBING, Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Porters table. Everything 89 meet trains. lirst-clns- s. FIRE INSURANCE NOTICE ! v 1 Royal makes the food pure. wholesome and dtllcloiu. Pill BAKiW POWDER Absolutely Pure rotai uakinq rotor. co., sew yodk. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, W lITTTTT Store In thel'Owsley Burglars entered the residence of Col. Charles E. Hogo near Frankfort and besides 830 in cash, cot the S4o0 watch presented to him by the late Gen. John Echols. A St. Louis lumber concern has re ' cetved a contract to furnish 5,000,000 feet of hardwood lumber for an eastern furniture manufacturing company. The order is being filled by eight saw mills in Breckinridge county. In Scott county one man in each magisterial road district will be appointed road superintendent at a salary of 82 per mile per anuum, for superintending turnpikes, and 50 cents per mile for superintending dirt roads. Mrs. Annie Ford, of Maysvllle, lived to be S3, and then did not learn that it was dangerous to go to sleep with n lighted pipe in her mouth. She did so Saturday, the sparks ignited the bdd clothes, and all the tleshwas burned oil her bones, leaving nothing but a skeleton. Maj. John Taliaferro, one of the most promlneut citizens of Winchester, is dead, aged S4 years. He was a prominent merchant for 50 years, and an elder In the Presbyterian church for more than that length of time, was and term, be sides being circuit clerk fo"r six years On the night of April 26 the California Powder Mills at Santa Cruz, which had been operated night and day to supply the government, were mysteriously blown up. On the afternoon of April 2S another mysterious explosion occurred in the Atlantic fowder uo. s works at Dover, X. J., which wrecked the plant and destroyed a large quanti KITTY KING, counties about 22,000 bushels of wheat MRSfor the Southern mills at l7e and 81. Jessamine Journal. Anderson it Spllman bought yestern day 6,000 bushels of wheat from Voris, both of and 4.000 from Markets, and brought with her a Burgln, at s0 ceuts, for July delivery. choice selectionhas all the novelties of the of Dick-erso- Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing nnd Tinning. Sole proprietor! of Dean's underNotice I hereby given niack Diamond Hoof I'.uut. Telephone No. signed has tost a Ccrtlllcato that the for live No. 141 20, residence Shop on Mill St.. oppstto J. shares of stock In the Imlsvlllo Savings. 21-- tf II. Haughman & Co.Vt Mill I.oun and Hulldtng Company, said certificate N dated 11th day of Nov., WM), nnd win lost as follows- lly being put nwtty and can not uow lie toil nil. I have made application for a new cert for said Minre. and nil ior)iti are CK.VU ORCHARD. KY. called ujhiii to show enuo to snlil Company eu or before four weeks from this date whv Has just returned from the a new certificate shall not Issue In lieu of J. E ItHfCE the one lost April II. lsiis - Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. PHEXIX ' Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUND1CD 1HOO. , .1 R. B. MAHONY, Agt STANroitl), KV. Stanford, Ky. Office over McHoborls' Drug IliilMlne. DR.W. B. PBiraYlIT?rSderiPr?,(rCnl Avoiding the Tunnel cago. In anticipation of war time prices for BOSTON. Warner grain, Mr. George C. Graddy has purchased 2.500 acres of the growing YORK. wheat in Woodford county at 75 cents Uullet Tarlor Cars, Waifiwr Sleyilti, Cars, I'rl'at Compartment Can, Hlrjint Cuaelie. and Din per bushel. It will all average 20 lU( Cars. bushels per acre. lie sure your tickets read rls "IIIO KOUIl" At a public sale of Hereford cattle at WAltlir.NJ. LYNCH Chllllcothe, Mo., 23 averaged 8312: 46 iTo. McCOilMlCK. TratUe M?r., Am. (ien. I'asi..A Tkt bulls and 47 females at Belton averaged CINCINNATI OHIO 8215.21 ill) females and 10 bulls at Kan sas City 8257.72 and at South Omaha, Neb., 30 female and 14 bull shorthorns averaged Slll.M). syndicate licited. :Lou1sv1IIo. Ky.,; of farmers,' controlling about 5,000 C. bushels of wheat, has sold the entire AMERICAN & EUROPEAN of Nashlot to the Cumberland mills I 1 At?. ville at 81 on tho cars. W. L. Evans' tine saddle marc, IIu The Ladies Restaurant is the Uno-- t in The liOCTE ma, chauged hands at 81,000 in Boston the city. Every convenience for ladles .The Host I.lnetoaud I'rmn spending the day in the city. last week. Mr. Evans sold her to a Stanford, Kv., CientleneuV Cnfe on otllco lloor. Mr." Robb for 8500 and he doubled his TOLEDO AND DETROIT MULLICAN, money on her in loss than it week. THOMAS A. All Points In Michigan. Is Rcccivinj; hiH .Manager. The steel barge Australia, loaded - Tiies l.iv, TnuriJ ty am! Sunday CHICAGO. Mime with 210,000 bushels of wheat belongGoo1h. Kvening 'White City Special." ing to Joseph Leiter, at Armour's ele Tenulual Station. rkst Goods Warranted. vator, and started for ButTalo with the ST. LOUIS. largest wheat cargo that ever left ChiFit Guaranteed. , Danville Advocate. A Sumner county, Tenn $ca.oti. An inspection of her stock is so- LOUISVILLE HOTEL BIG 4 H. RUPLEV, Merchant Tailor, Fall And Vintcr TURNPIKE CONTRACTORS Give Him a Call. John II, NEW ATTENTION l'l-a- ! Castlkmik. , O t.t.SMAW. Soutnern Railway l Court iltwtlnj; ll order of the the'Tiirimlkes of the eouiitv to Ih let out In stH'tloii from 2 to 1 inl.es to the lowest and Mds will h revived lv licit bidder, enb-d the rtsciil Court of Llucolti County for inetnlliiir and repairing the turnpike of Lincoln Count), which to Include duelling and kcepln'i same open. remlrlue nnd keeplujr leii the culverts. retwIrliiK and malntalnliiK the bridge tbennm. all lds to lie lllel on or iMifote -1 INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. B3RBEE CSSTLEHM. MAN At. in I 15 55 51 $! 51 THE "Clara," said William Whorton, as he placed his arm arouud his wife and !!I 'S ? looked down into her eyes, "I have a t'li confession to make to you, and I want you to promise before I begin It, that I'ENETHATHS you will forgive me." ty of government powder. Seventeen EIGHT GREAT STATES A wild fear took possession of her, employes were killed by the two explosions. It is thought that Spanish and her face became livid and she could Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, only gasp: North and South Carolina. spies caused both of them. Alvlxima, MUiUMppl. "Tell me tell me what It Is. A FEW DON'TS. of $250 today," "I cheated a man out bigger he said. "Can you can you forgive Don't drop insinuations. Sleeping me?" man may pick them up. The color came back Into herchuok. Between I.oulivlllo tim' the South. Don't pick out for your friend a man her lips parted hi a glad, sweet smile whose dog won't.follow him. Don't think all book are salable be- - and she rosted her head against his THREE DAILY TRAINS breast and, looking fondly up Into his cause they are bound to sell. Ea'h way between Louisville and Lexington Don't sit In a draught unloss you oyoa, said: Will, dear, how you frightened W. A. Tt'HK, O P A.. "Oh, want the doctor to get the cash for It. Washington. I). ('. Don't think because a man possesses me. I thought that you wure going to And Dealer in V. H. TAVLOE. A G. P. A. tell me that you had kissed th typea shining Intellect that he is lightLouNvllle. Ky. HARNESS, JADDLESY, &0. headed. writer." Don't think because time and tide STANFORD. KY The war department has chartered m ini;iTnBinppnii?y VI) mi wait for no man that no woman will eight large steamers of an average ca- l),.lUIU..UJritrLI. 11 wait for him. pacity of about 2,000 tons and able to Don't fall to keen an eye on the carry from 500 to 1,200 passengers each. DURABLE, poawaip, OTiffiiE lend who otfors you suggestions at These are to bo used as transports for (U'ARANTEED. Hfti-- U t!t - expense of another friend tho conveyance of the Hrst military ! Don't underrate modesty. The nee- - expedition to Cuba. The price paid popular the l '4".t"i'T T die has but one point, yet it would be for them is from 310,000 to 815,000 for M 7 M- M '!.' almost impossible to get along without the :W days for which they are engag'.!' raiajfT ; M.nHnW it. ed. i.j..t..'....7 W W U U t.U . t. .i.i.44 . T.U t.U U w T.i. W T.i A manufacturer of chafing dishes At the present moment the British bellevos gas and coal con515 times the size of France, says that he Empire Is .t in New York would soon be 5 52 times that of Germany, three and a sumption AWWWWS .t.l...lu..l..S ! half times that of the United States of very materially reduced by use of that . MlipijBMMKMpwffi"KyVy America, thrice the size .of Europe, convenient means of cooking light meals. with treble the population of all the Hubner's statistical and geographiRussias. It extends over 11,000,000 ! cal tables give the present population square miles, occupies of the 1,5:15,000,000, an In globe, contains of the human of the world as over the figures of ltiDO of race, or 350,000,000' people, embraces crease four continents, 10,000 islands, 500 5 Uow can it he dono? Simplicity in promontories and 2.000 rivers. When You Have a Bad Cold construction nnd not belonging to the Voii waut tho lest medicine that cm he obtained, Typewriter Trust result in an honest proA West vlrglnla fanner who was u price The HlickciiH-derfe- r anl tUt is Chamberlain's OoiikIi Keiuedy firm belfever and staunch supporter of Von wantaicinedy that will not only give quick duct atisan honest high grade the only machine nt the gold standard during the last cam- relief but ellect a permanent cure reasonable cost. It Is built on strictly (he lungs scientific principles; and of only tho best paign, found his meat house robbed Voiiwauta remedy that will relieve easy. ! last week of a thousand pounds of ba- and keep exiectoratlou that will counteract any ten- and most durable material. Some distinctive features, visible work, Vou want a remedy con and a note left in its stead bearing dency toward pneunu.nli. JitANK j. jtr.r.n, interchangeable type, portability, durahil Lhlcugo 1. A., these words: "Yon gold bugs cun live You want a remedy that Is plcaaut and wife to ity, doing away with ribbon nufs.mce, tin I ir. lllriv on confidence, but it takes bacon at our take. varying alignment, unexcelled manifold ft . 45 . iiiKniiiiMiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiir Chamberlain' Cough Itemed)' is the only medl ing. 84 separata characters, elc, etc h mse. Signed 1 to 1." lt is to hoped Tho U ickensdorfer is tho tue that meets all of thet) re.mlreine.ts. t mtof such is not many of the 10 to Is. cine Inremedy Is famous for Its cures of bad colds writer receiving highest award only typeThis at World's sreit.cu. : Office on Lancaster street Stanford, : Ky. at Kesidence. JLJIT 9, 1898, and the emit met to expire Jan 1st. lls All metal shall lie llrt elus durable limestone, broken iilllcleiill tine to m nt Its greatest diameter through a two Inch ring Gravel to Ik free from dirt anil sand, and than 5 Inelu's deep shall lie spread not le and s feet whle, Ixith clasc- - of metal to be furnished by the contractor. And each section m let nnd coutructixl for shall be maintained by tho contmctor tip to the charter Mieeiilcntloiis of the turnpike on Kits, Commerce JBuilding, Louisville. AgftiU Throughout the outh. JX.Jvl cGlyVY VT. A. THIBBLU. IKI Arnt. Stanford, - - - JJ5j3J v Kkntucky. I Through Cars I I UNDERTAKER! I V444At.4ti f I j t!n!jj4r !tr '' lmU-i.- t Mi .- -.' -' PRICE, &35. 'ylHM-lTiU- i. tMHihi I: 1: 5J 4 ....... 15 one-fift- h 'l0rK?? one-lift- h I: 1: tI ltl ty D--- '- 1: 1; 1: ij 1: It ie Kmg Solomon's Temple to form one of tho attractions of tho Pan American Exposition at Butl'alo next year. proposed to birild a fac simile of throughout the I'nlted States and In many foielgu r countries, lt has many rivals, hut, for and penuauent cure ot bad colds, stands without a (strand Its splendid qualities are eerywhere admired and praised. Tor sale by Oral A Hocker Stauford, Ky. theii-iced- Fair. Improved since. Send for catalogue, ami testimonials. MOOKE BROS., GEN'L AGTS. 125 E. Fayette st. 218 F st. N. V. I3c 'Union Md. Washington, D. C i. hall h kept which encli section Is free from ruu, 1m.Im and pools. The road Im.nI to 1h rounded so us to prevent water from standing or running thereon, and In no Instance to Ik Hl'nwed toritt through the metal, nor will any Motion Ik' reoelvwl where the half sole li visible. All metKl -- ball h spreml by the contractor, ami work recelvwl or rejected iy the County Judge and Maglstrnte In wIhw district tiie Motion Is located. All of said plk- shall he U!il otriii soctJnn of from two to live miles tmcli: each to Ih uumln'ied from the end of came neatest Stanford,' nnd each bidder can bid svjinrate-lyfor- as inaiix of said wlUin a lit The proper, but iniist designate the All hlds must OldilliiK shall Ik- - lV 11 o'clock M.. Max t. be tiled The Court recervt, the right to reject any and all bids The contractor shall gtvi.l-ui- d to the ConiliuuiwealUi for tho lieueltt of the County, approved cecurttx to bo approved by tho rtsval Court anil attested by the County Judge In t least double tho amount of the'value of the work to Imdonu and conrformance of the ditioned for the faithful work In liinliitaliilng the section or section contracted for duillig the Te.tiliert time. The nmU owiu-i- l and contracted bj the are County fur which hlds will be as follows: tiarroiil County Dlx and While Oak Turnpike road company .Olitnllilng 64 mile. Morelund and Carpenters ctntlon I miles. Klugsvllh- and I'leaciiut I'olitt S inllew. Stnnfoid and Logans Cieek fiom lis lutorMH'tloii at the 'tanford and Crab Orclmid pike exelndliig If any, the portion in tho town of Howland tothellniltc of the City. of Stanford, Hustonvillo and Carpenter-- Creek I miles not Hon In lltlstonvllle, Ihistoiivllle mid HrudfordsvllleSS mile excluding portion of llustonxllle, ftanford and excluding the portion In the City of ftlanfotd. Lancaster and Cmli Orchard, excluding the portion In tho town of Crab Orchard, 3JH miles, Danville and Crab Orchaid. excluding the portion within tho enrtvornto limits of tnufoid. Howland and Crab Orchard, ll1., miles, lloylo and Lincoln 2V, miles, Turnersvllle. McKliine nne Cotfeys Mill miles, llnnglim I'ork and Green HIverS miles, Danville, Dlx Itlv-e- r and Lancaster a1 miles, Stmiford and Knob Lick T'j miles. Stanford and Otten- helm "I, miles. Stanfotd and Halls l.ap .s'i tnllesi. Stanford and l'reaehersvlllo 3 miles, Stanford and Mllledgovlllo 7 miles. Hush Hmnch 5 miles, Crab Orchard nnd Chap-pel(Jap 4 miles, excluding portion In Crab Orchard. Highland and Wujnosburg 7, miles, Turnersvllle, McCormacks Church and Knob Lick V miles, Hustonvillo and McKlnney Station 'Vi miles. II. HELM. Farmers Bank&Tnist OK STAXroKW. KY. Co CG Pali up Capital, Surplus, 5200,003 17,603 50 si, Ii. Hy pfuvlitoHs of Its i.hrtfr. ar a fully ixvleeled as HMlfpil.n-- la Natluu.l lUnk. Its snarvbiildtrs Mas h'l'l Individually lUMt to theextent of the amount of Iholr ls-- llietrln at the r value thrrts.r, lnallltloti tu tlieaitiount In vHsl In null tharm. It may ait at exis utor, ad mtnlttiatiir.truslH, Ac .Hsfully at an Ii::.U.)iij1 TendvittiKour thanks to thoso who hareetilrutt. el tlit'tr IiuiIiihm to u, we trutt they will routiuu to do mi, and weotlir as a KimMiilwftir ptumpt at trillion to Hiour exsiileiiri lu lnik-luand at IIUralarcuHiiodalk.iis at are mnaiilent with sound banking. k dllors iyn' Mt. J.J. Willlsbit, 11. VeriMtiii . Ciimmla, I'rr(liprtTlle j. a uwtioy.sr., J. II. rsler. S uiaecTuHs. i J. J. William Mxii, J. Kmbry, K. N. Lino, .v J. r. Meiiv-fee- . H. .sliKiik.. Caul W. CrH?uter, S. II SUank. I'reldiit, J II Uwsley 'ashler, 1 oKriccks. Hl-e- W M. Hrlglit T. 4lrr - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAXlOltl), KV, Capital Stcek 5100,000. Surplus, 515.750 -tlon ls depositors arc seemed not only by the rapit.i slock, but hy the stockholders' lljlill'lty tor an amount ispialtti the stock soth.it depositors of this Institution are tecurtsl by a fund ol j'Ao.oiio. live sworn stateuieuts of tlm condition ot the Hank aieiuade each year to tho Unlltsl States tioieruiiientuud its atstattsl times by government agents, thus securing additional and ertert satet todetHisltors. This Institution originally established as the De. posit bank ol .Stanford lu IhSS, then reorganlied as the National Hank ofstaulord In lsiV5 andagaiu reorganlred as the First National Hankc Stanford In lsi-- ', hat hail practically an uiilulerrupted exist-eufor a years. It Is Letter supplied now wit' laclllties for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever More In Its long nnd honorable I'xH'l'Iuals, fiduciaries, uruis atd Individuals solicited. cf Attention of the public Is called to the i.iri ihn this Is the only National Hank In Stanford, der the protltlons ol the National Hank Act tu J. V. HA I LEV, O. H.COOPKIt, J. S. Hocker, W. 1. Walton J.H. Colller.Crab S.T. Harris," F. Held, Lincoln Co.j UIKICTORS. J. W. Hayden, Stanford OrchM M, D.LIniore, Stanford. i. If. Ilaugbtuau. ". T P. Hill, V. A. Trllible, " M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon. .1. Committee. Tula April 20, 1503. orricxRj. J. S.JQocker, President: A.'.A. McKlnney, J. Mcitobcrts Caahla