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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898050601 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 1. CHURCH CHATTER, LANCASTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 0. 1898. NEWS IN NO. 18 ' ft THE VICINAGE, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. . Robinson and Hamilton have bought several artillery horses and they havo been branded U. S., which reminds our old people of the civil war. Mr. J. Joseph has been called to Ohio to seo his father, who is dangerously HI. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Goodknlght were hereon Tuesday with Miss Lula Hatson. Wu may expect to havo a war presibii here Friday or Saturduy. Elder J. Q. Montgomery write to us dent elected next time, as such has frefrom Liberty that the new ehureh at quently been done in the past. I am that plucu will bo dedicated the third for Lee or any other democrat who Sanday In this month. Ho add that renders good service la, the cause of liberty. all are cordially Invited. In tho police court. Stewart Umber, Ue(f. S. M. Logan and K. M. Green, and colored, was lined 815 for whipping his D. I)., and Elder J. J. Meltoborts J. S. Point., M. D., have been chosen wlfo and 5 for abusing H. Singleton. commissioners from Transylvania Pre.; The trial of Iielle Grillln, colored, bytory to tho General Asrombly of tho for stabbing Mary Denny was passed Presbyterian church, which meets in until Saturday, tho Commonwealth not being ready. Now Orloaus this month Hock at On Monday the tlscal court lot conIn Introducing himself to his K. H. Lytlo, of tracts for putting metal on tho various a now pastorate, Ilcv. Maryland, Mo., said: "1 am a Method. sections of tho pike. Many bids were 1st In religion and an American lit poll, considered at $1.2.) to $7.50 per rod, the tits. Nobody qwns me. I have one averago cot, at the bids accepted, wlfo and she has two children. I guess being about $(i per rod. One section was let at H 25 wr rod, and It i claimthat Is about all." Wcuitiorford, who had charge ed that those who do tho work, will H. of a large church at Crocker, Mo., was realize no prollt. Tho young ladies, who raised the arrested and brought back as an escaped convict from the Frankfort peni- fund to purchuse a Hag for tho company tentiary. Ho was scut to prtrou In of volunteers, having learned that the lsO from Livingston county for grand Hag could not bo utilized by them while larceny and In November of the same In tho service, and desiring that every year he inado bis oscape. Ho wont to member of the company shall be equalMissouri ami began to preach and soon ly benefited, have dcpoiltcd tho fund in the Citizen's National Hank, as a relief won the high regard of the Oommnn ity In which ho lived and was considered fund, to bo Used for their boucilt.shoula a modul preacher. The preacher's on they become wounded, or utllicted by represents a Missouri district in tho any of tho dlro diseases to which they may bo subjected. Any one desiring Legislature. Program for Lincoln County Chris-tla- n to supplement the fund can leave any Missionary Convention to bo held amount at said bank. Capt. Miko Salter says that while at Mt. Morlah, Saturday, May 11.: A. J. near Harbourvillo he hoard It rumored 10 a. M. Devotional Exorcises, that Alfonzo XIII had been captured Djugherlee. by our lleot, and ho started to town to ll):lft, Address oy 11. J. Plukorum. On tho way ho 10:1ft, Addross, Geo. IUngo, 'Press- hear tho particulars. met a native, who wnt intoxicated, ing Forward." 1110, Address, by Elder Frank W. coming out from town meeting another native, when he said: "Jim wo have Allen. captured 13 Fonslows." "Whut are ll:.0, Hoiwrtof Churches. they?," asked his neighbor. "Damtl-tio,- " 11:45, Keportof Evangelist. was tho druuK man's reply. Some 12 ., Dinner. of tliocuptaln's friends believe that ho 1 i M., Devotional Exercises. is the man who got mixed up with 1:16, Address, by David Hannah. 1:10, Address, by J. W. McGarvoy, moonshine, and the news about Alfonzo XIII, but I do not believe that. Jr. Elder Jos. Uallou. J:0a, Address, by Capt. Duncan has been notified that Address, by Dr. W. M. Doorcs. a sHjcial train will bo hore on Friday All aro cordially Invited to b morning to convey his company to LexDinner on the ground. ington via Richmond and Purls and his P. V. C.NHTl.H, Chm'n. company will bo in readiness. Tho prospects of a cessation of hostilities MIDDLEBURG. and tho evacuation of Cuba by tho Horn, to the wtfo of Constable J. W. Spaniards havo caused a shadow of melancholy to hang over our boys. MoWhorter, a democrat. bo sadly disappointed If h They would will Most Casey county farmers they were not permitted to lend a this week. corn planting helping hand in tho matter. Hut the The forests are shooting forth their impression prevails hero that the Maverdure and tho hills of old Casey can't nila victory and the revolt in Spain be eclipsed for beautiful scenery. was Casey will bring about a peaceful adjustment, Hobort Hall, of this place, county's llret volunteer as far as the so far as wo aro concerned; but oven writer kuows. Several of the boys aro our preachers favor tho war, so long as Is talking of going. Excuses are below it curried on in the name of humanity, an J not for tho purpose of acquiring pur in this neck. Hev. John Sweeney, of Paris, who is territory. visiting his old friend, Mr. John V CATHOLICS WILL DO THEIR DU-TMoore, near Liberty, preached at the Christian church Sunday and at Liberty In tho evening. Ho.ls a line talker. OKXTI.KMKK AND Albert Kecney, who recently seeur- - There has been a great injustice done to mo and Mr. Husor by a falso report ed a 'position with the Peter-HanDrug Co., of Louisville, has resigned being sproad over the outirc county by his position to accept a more lucrative some Ignorant party; and by Investigaoio with tho I loyal Tailors, of Chicago. ting, I Und it is, as It seems to me, beC. C. cause wo aro Catholics. What Is the duty of a Catholic? Catholics havo no G. A. ll's. RESOLUTE. uood of lengthy instruction coneorulng meeting of tho their duty In time of war. Tbov havoi At the regular April bison taught from childhood that tho James Humphrey Post No. 81, Depart II.. tho following service of their country is a part of muntof Ky. G. A. resolutions were unanimously adopted: their service of God. St. Paul wrote, an-of That whereas our American neigh- to tho christians civilHomo that tho thority of their rulers was given bors, tho Cuban patriots have borne and whoever reslstoth that with fortitude tho oppression and ty- by God. for authority rosl&tuth God. God has made ranny of the heartless Spaniards years, and that our Hag has been in- it of the nature of men that they shall sulted and tho battleship Maine blown live ii society: society must have civil God required that up and "Jtitl olllcers and men killed, bo government, hence the civil government bo obeyed and It resolved: served in all that is not sin. 1st That wo hoartlly ondorso tho acTho power of "declaring warjts an MoKln- tion of Congress and President Semlna-ry The new Union Theological will ho opened Octobor G :it Va. now have 1,807,7-."- $ In England, whllo tho Church members of Kni'land has 1,778, It.ll. Installation services ut tho Prosbytu rhin church Sunday. Itev. S. M. Han-ki- n write from Loulsvlllo that ho will Klcli-jnont- l, ts j , i John J.C. Napier win appointed postmaster at Liit'ii, Clay county. The revenue collections in this district last month were $2'!),7fl:i,0:i. Hob 'luck, one of the oldest and best known engineers on tho K. C, died at Covington. Hluford Tinsley was killed by Joe Tlnsley at a lodging camp east of Pine vlllo over a debt. J. V. Davis has been appointed postmaster at Ark, Hell county, and H. H. MoGulTy at Walt, Wayne county. Tho Chasso des Fees will give their May hop on tho nljrhtof the I'M). Thoy claim the .'Id and !Hh of Juno as dates for their swell commencement hops. Advocate. Lt. John fibon. of tho gunboat which did Us part In the sea tight between tho United States and Spanish Meets at Manila. Is from Manchester. Bo-ton, Mrs. Mary Jones, a widow of 00, was united In wedlock's holy bonds to Jas. Secrcst, aged 2D, at Elkton. Ind. J. II. Hicks, aged 20, and Mis" AUco Fagaley, the pretty daughter of J. L. Fagaley, were married at the bride's home near Klngsvlllo Wednesday. William Worthlngton, son of Lieut. Gov. Worthlngton, und Miss Addle Norwood, daughter of Dr. 'E. M. Norwood, I (I II v" I hi VI" Dl i 1 t A 1Tir4G"TopA JlC HAL I" I y ' ll-TAR a well-know- n horseman, were ' married at Lexington. Miss Bessie Backus, of Bowling Green, who was to havo married Ely Thompson Wednesday, ran off and married W. F. Porter. So Ely didn't get there us commanded. Miss Mary Huber will be married May 20 to Mr. E. M. Ferguson, State secretary of the Sunday-schoo- l Union of New Jersey. Miss Huber is one of tho best known Sunday school workers London Kontucktuu. Gen. Ca&sius Marcellus Clay and his In America and has been National workniece, Miss Mary Shrevo Ransom, of secretary of the Sunday-schoo- l Louisville, have given the Louisville ers, tho only woman officer In the naLegion $200 with which to buy a new tional order. The Northern Indiana Law College silk tlag to carry to the front. remains of Henry .Giovannoll at Valparaiso is the only established The were on yesterday brought to Danville Law College in America which allows pupils of limited means to complete the from tho Abbey of Gethsemuno and in the family lot in Hellevuc junior year's work at home by the Cemetery. Tho deceased was the fath- Chautauqua plan through direct correspondence between instructor and er of Harry Giovannoll und sisters. putill. Then the student Is entitled to Advocate. Congressman Colson made the an- enter the senior class there in Valpanouncement ut Middlcsboro that Miss raiso without examination, and comhis niece, daughter of plete with one year's work and one Laura CoL-othe lato John Colson, will shortly be year's expense aud ono year away from appointed postmaster. The ollice is a homo. Kentucky already has a numpresidential apolntmcnt, and is the ber of students in this College. Write for catalogue to Lewis D. Sampson, dibest plum in Mr Coleon's district. Rev. J. II. Ealy, the Negro preacher rector, Valparaiso, Ind. of Bowling Green, who was elected to UND AND STOCK. a minor position by the Kentucky Legwas arrested while islature, and who May wheat went up to $1.31 ut Chica there upon a complaint from Todd go Wednesday. II county, of having misappropriated Mark Hardin sold to F. P. Bishop Xx ."" I school funds, has been acquitted. The night calves at $10. A charges were trumped uu by republiJ. N. Menefee sold to J. H. Baugh-ma- u .. cans who wished to humiliate him for A: Co. 500 bushels of wheat at $1. being a democrat. Josiah Smith purchased 2,000 bushels ed n, f 1Jnt A.A. T jrsa-- i V&mre "UI-MF? l ''J-r-TV -- U : 7 I gauR t I I 1 . tell grj. 5Htu ICCWM IV .... LL utd? CtRTM . s-- "" :;r -- - wins J ia TJilCl. Ov "v QT'llWrXFiV Kcei r ' DCKKIHC. KttL STlr f DQvOue Wirn b:0 ua V I . I I vfllt -- . ifr-- WI itZJ" r- -' Xi yl3 UICCC. Kcei KtCL 5jo divisions Borlbr-- i Dcx.iT.NC PLAN OF THE BATTLESHIP TEXAS. Tile world Covered WitiUeatHer h W j J HOUBITT TO DISCUSS THE SPANISH WAR. To the IMItorol the Intkriou Jocrnu.. May U. '2-- pro-cu- t. Hn-is- oi lo. 2 That we aro made happy to see those who wore tho blue and those who wore tho gray standing side by sldo in defonso of "Old Glory" and that a copy y of these proceedings be sent to tho County Progress and tho Ixtkiuok Jouknai. for publication. Jacob Rlgnoy coin., Jas. W. King adj. For bometlmo tho girls at Hamilton rnll.i?o. Loxington, have been greatly annoyed by Hlblo Students trrlng to llirt with them. A policeman was put near tho bulldlngaud lie captured tlireo Thoy wore given tho of tho olTendora. n..tin. i,r irnlnir before tho faculty and apologizing or going to jail and choso tho former. After much pleading and promises not to do 60 again thoy were liberated. John Sherman is taking his first rest from public service since 1S54. Ho was continuously in olllco for 44 years. Ca-He- desire to notify tho people through your paper that there will be speaking in the courtroom ut Crab Orchard, Saturday, ut 2 I. M., on the Spanish war, and I want to state now that as much us I dosplsc the Now England States, nnd many of the Northern ones. I find that I am heartily for tho United States government against the treachery of the Span-larThis great government was made great bj the South and the great terrl . tory acquired by her valor and treasure. The South is now, and always was, more loyal to the constitution than the North, and we seo from the frozen heart of Connecticut that the South will have to do the principal lighting. The North has often denounced tho constitution us a "Covenant with doath and a league with hell." What historian does not remember with burning indignation tho blue lights of Connecticut in tho war of 1812, and the Hartford convention, that Jackson dispersed by his glorious victory at New Orleans. For a warning to the traitors In this country, of whom there are few, I de sire to define treason under the constitution. It "consists In levying war against the United States, or in aJhcr-rinto their enomies giving them aid and comfort." An act of Congress passed April ."10, 171)0, inflicts tho penalty of death by htyiglng upon the ono guilty of this crime. By a subsequent act of Congress passed July 17, 1S02, it was made discretionary with tho court trying tho case to put tho offender to death, or to imprison him for not less than five years and fine him In a sum not less than $10,000. Thus it will be seen that those who are adherrlng to tho yellow Hag of Spain in this country ,are liable to a heavy penalty. 1 soo tho president Is contemplating calling out 10,000 Negroes. Why do you contemplate Mr. President? Why do you not call at once for 500,000 and against yellow attribute of sovereign authority, let us hurlIs black stronger color? and We aeo which tho consequently Catholics understand very all know that a Kentucky Negro would well that In time of war everyone must a New do his full duty to his country, accord- make a braver soldier than England Yunkee. ing to his state and his obligations, unFontaine F. Bohuitt. der pain of sin, and this sin is puulshcd by God, oven if human penalties fall to The government pay Is $13 per month reach It. for privates; major general, $7,500; Uecauso wo havo tho udvantugo of brigadier general, $5,5(0; colonel, $3,500 the natives of this county, In speuklng lieutenant colonel, $:i,000; major, $2,500; tho German language, you may take us captuin, mounted, $2,500; captain, not to be foreigners, but that Is not the mounted, $1,800; first lieutenant, mounteaso. I am an American citizen, born ed, $1,000; first lieutenant, not mountand raised In a log cabin, protected by ed, $1,500; second lieutenant, mounted, tho stars and stripes; and so is Mr. $1,500: second lieutenant, not mounted, Huscr, and wo will stand by out Hag $1,400. and protect our country, until death Tho British Consul at Santiago do NIC. Yoi'NO, claims us. Cuba is said to havo been attacked by Ottcnhoiin, Ky. a mob, and to havo killed a Spaniard while defending himself, after which When you cau not ileep for coughing tukb Chain, warship bcrla Ill's Cough Homely. It alway gives prompt he was imprisoned. A British relief. It Is mott excellent for culd, too, aa it aid, Is now there and two others will reach hours, exH.'ctorutloii, relleethe luiift ami prerentj any Santiago In twenty-fou- r By a test vote of 32 to 20 tho Income l'or Sale, hy Craig A to ulcncy toward'pueumonta. llocker, Stanford, Ky. tax was defeated In tho Senate. I d. 1 Ckah Ohciiakd, wheat at $1. Harrodsburg Sayings. O. P. Huffman bought of A. C. Dunn and Lyon & Allen some butcher stuff nt 3Jc. James Thomas bought in the Southern end of the county a small bunch of heifers at .'U to 3c. G. A. Siler sold In Madison a bunch of ewes at $3.25, some wethers at $2.50 aud a lot of dry cowB at 3ic. Tho Adair News reports the sale of 2S steers at 4c and tho engagement for Juno 1 of a lot of hogs at .'Uc. S. C. Nuckols bought of C. W. Utter-bac- k his farm of 147 acres, 1 miles from Versailles, at $100 an acre cash. J. B. Robln&on advertises that he will bo at Beazley's stable, Stanford, Saturday, to buy 500 horses and 200 of : To a man wearing a perfectly fitting pair of Shoes, it as if the world was covered with leather. He walks as easily us if , BAREFOOTED n ! A I II On n leather carpet. Our shoes cover your world with leather. We tit them perfectly. We try not to allow a shoe to leave the store that does not do us and your feet justice. Besides the Fit, you will find they Wear well and that they are Stylish and Attractive. Call on us. K J' CALDWELL 5L The Leading Shoo and Furnishing iuw, tUVHIE, LANIBRf EY. if ! ALWAYS AHEAD In Low Prices und Good Muterlul. An lint of Children's Sult. elo-jru- ? X itt i mules. KKM.OW-CIT1ZKN- ) g i I Joe Clark, aged 11, tried to get on a moving L. & N. train at Lexington and falling under the wheels was ground to death. B. G. Fox sold to Jumes Kennedy, of Louisville, his premium mare Mattlo Walker, by On Time, dam by Black Squirrel, for $300. Advocate. The high price of feeder cattle at s the city is attracting much attention. Last week llttlo yearlings weighing (iOO to 700 pounds, sold at 4J to 5, which were the highest prices paid in recent years. It is predicted that they will go to 0c Glasgow Times. Flour has advanced 33i per cent., eggs about 17 per cent., hams aoout 17 per cent., potatoes 50 per cent, canned corn 20 per cent., beans 15 per cent, and soon through tho list. There Is absolutely no sensw In these advances. They represent no necesssty, no condition, nothing Whatever but tho greed of the dealers. N. Y. World. Plaudit won the Derby at Louisville There were four starters and they in this order: Plaudit, Lieber Karl, Isabey, Han D'Or. Time. 2:01), on u muddy track. Jack Chinn was btarter. Lieber Karl opened at tho prohibitive odds of 1 to 2: Plaudit opened at 2 to 1. and Isabey at 10 and Hnn D'Or at 20. Most of the money was placed on Lieber Karl. II. C. Williams, of the Luwrenceburg Roller Mills Co., bought last week from various parties 4,000 bushels of wheat at $1 per bushel and 2,000 bushels of corn at 45c. Bond & Crossflcld purchased 200 hogs, weighing about 100 pounds, in the country, at 3c. Tho long drouth that prevailed in this county last fall seems to haye killed much of tho blucgrass. The pastures are filled with a small weed, tho grass having died out. News. stock-yardfin-Ish- eo Best Line of $10 Suits In the State. flBK tC''iJBM Fh Pino Shoes, Nobby Shirts. year. Stylish Neckwear. Suits made to order und kept in order one IKo ? .tdIE'. .HW THE GLOBE, , I. L. riiOUMAX .: Co., Danville, Ky. i FOOTWEAR ! . j : ittf Our Stock of I Ladies' & Children's Shoes, Slippers, Is full of the Nicest and WJ 1 m l!et Things the market affords. :J I ! Chocolate, Tan, BroWn With cither kid or fancy vesting tops. BlacH, I m ni I Newest lasts aud toes. A Topoku, Kas., girl visiting in Atchison who desired to post up on the navy came down town early ono morning and purchased a copy of "Ships That Pass in tho Night." anything do hint . ' m in H. J. McROBERTS. Mr I'.IMia Horry, of this place, iy he never hail so much gixxl andijlve Mich quick relief from rheumatism lis Chsuuherlaln's The Second Session of tho Collegiate Year, 180703 will open l'lu Halm, lie wai luthereJ greatly with shoot-- ! iug lalm from hip t ktfce until lie uscJ this lini2-4tli- , Tan.-0.ar3- r ment, which allbnU prompt relief. H. V. Paler, UrugglJl, St. Paris Ohio. I'or tale by Craig A Now nunlls entering at that time will do received luto tho classes. For full llocker, Stanford, gy. cull on or write to Mas. Saum.ky ut tho College or write for cutulogue. Stanford Female College. 1898. information WILLIAM SUELTON, Puesidest. n On. Zfcvo:rid.a,3r, py.' -- Wimm - j?trKPjF-- ' - wp V'! T"rr'rr "" iTH y jjw 'c 4, J. THE INTERIOR f 1 Scanford. Ky.. - and rioting is extremely probable. All of wires in JOURNAL P. Clay Elkln has been appointed tho electricseized and tho townSan Ponce Juan sent to havo been postmaster i Lexington. mines In the harbor. to connect Benton McMillan will bo the next has developed in A case of small-po- x May 6, 1898 governor of Tennessee. His Instructof the volunteers at Mobile, the camp ed vote is a majority over ull und InWilliam POLITICAL POINTS, W. P. WALTON. of absence. L. K. Rice, of Plncvlllc, a nephew of Ho Eighth Congressional for Congress District of Kentucky, subject to the action Congressman Col&on, was appointed a of the democratic party. clerk in the corporation department of Of Mercer, Is a ciwullil.Uo for 1 HON. J. B. THOMPSON, creasing. Senator Sewell, of New Jersey, who was appointed a major general, says he will not resign, but ask for a leave Springs, has .succeeded Dr. Ktulicrino Kentucky, subject to the action of the demHaner as second assistant physician at ocratic party. the Western Lunatic Asylum. Wo are authorized to announce Editor Henry Wuttor&on, an was selected as orator on the occasion of the celebration of Gen. candidate for Countv. Of Madl-o- n In the Eighth Congressional District Grant's birthday anniversary in New Of Shelby County. Is a candidate for gress In "the Eighth Congressional District of HON. G. G. GILBERT, Con- the auditor's otllce. Dr. Cora E. Brown, of Dawson hon. jas. b. Mccreary 11 Con-cre- ss of Kentucky, subject to the action of the York. democratic party. SIX PAO-BS-. COAST OCCURS land and on powerful vessels at SKIRMISHING ONCUUAN DAILY. sea, yet Dewey brayed them and won over such odds a victory almost unparal- HAWAII TO HE ANNEXED FOR A COALING STATION. leled. What was done there can bo done at Havana. Let it be done atonce PORT RICO TO HE TAKEN AT ONCE. and the war will be practically over. Washington, May 5, 3.30 p. M. time to House committee will likely reNow seems emphatically the Spanish in Cuba and strike port resolution favoring annexastrike the tion of Hawaii, as war measure thern hard. There is little doubt that needed for coaling station if we are Havana can be taken as easily as Manila to hold the Philippine Islands. Naand with the feeling of discouragement vy Department ligures that report and demoralization over the American from Dewey should arrive victory, the capture could be more easily accomplished now than later. The London, May 5. Madrid Letter harder the lighting the quicker it will says that the Spanish dynasty und be over and nothing can be gained by government are doomed. waiting. Strike the assassins fore and Madrid, May 5. Looting and aft and the war will be over before the shooting' continue in various provOnly those volunteers can get there. inces, although martial law is in who want to make money out of it force. At Carthagena 8,000 rioted the war prolonced and they are want and acoulllct with troops occurred. as great enemies to the country almost to-nig- THE Spanish having cut the cable between Hong Kong and Manila, there has been great dlHIculty in getting B v P news from Commodore Dewey, though he hascap- the best Information is that tuppil thnt citv and is in possession. At 10:30 yesterday morning nothing direct SPANISH DYNASTY DOOMED. had been heard at Washington from CONhim There is. however, no doubt of HIOTINC5 KAMIWNT IN SPAIN AND FLICT WITH TROOPS AT CAKTHA-OENhis famous victory of Sunday, when with his six warships he nearly entirely annihilated the Spanish fleet off the M'KINLEY TURNS DOWN HKYAN'S APPhilippine Islands. The more one PLICATION FOR A MAJOR GBNER-ALCstudies the situation and knows the fearful odds with which he contended, the more is he astonished at the re- OFFICIAL REPORT FROM DEWEY EXPECTED LAST NIGHT. sult. The harbor la filled with dyna mite mines, hostile batteries were on 1 11 A. as the Spanish. The hero of the hour. Commodore Dewey, of the Asiatic Squadron, is a Vermonter, GO years of age, and served his country In the civil war. For 30 years he has been on the seas and knows the waters of the world as well as the next man. He is of calm exterior, but is full of patriotism and Is a model naval commander. His victory ut Manila will place his name with those of the greatest of heroes, who have achieved signal victory on the seas. A bill has already been presented in Congress tc make him an admiral and it ought to pass unanimously. ' I LONDON, May 5. Eastern Telegraph Co. sayb no message has gone to Washington from Dewey. Paris, May 5. Tho newspaper, Eclair, says negotiations are pending between America and England for alliance, if powers interfere. Key Wkst, May fi. Dispatch boat, Leyden, returned after land- ing Cuban scouts, who communicated with insurgents after engagement with Spanish soldiers. Washington, May M. n. at 10:30 a. lJ I T h I it IK t M 31 '.r 'i i r at f. - us. if 4 :H5 the Philippines Is now agitating the general. administration. One suggestion made A Is to trade the Philippines for Jamaica, KEY West, Mayo. The landing and the Bahamas, i the Bermudas of the Cubans by the Leyden was u To read every day In the year .Vhethcr England would consent to stirring affair. A number of Spanthis transfer Is, of course, a question to ish cavalry were killed after a hot be determined later, but it Is felt that light and dispersed by shrapnel the Philippines would be of far greatshells from the Wilmington. er value to Great Brltlan than tho ocSkirmishing all along the coast small Islands around the West Indies. curs dally. The Cvcnlng Post has the Uncle Sam now has a torpedo boat THE democrats made gains in nearly It is reported that 50 were killed and and a dispatch courier that can move all the municipal elections in Indiana, 100 wounded in the battle of Manila. through tho water at the almost incredMarket Reports. a straw which shows how the wind i3 The departure of the army of invas ible rate of 40 miles an hour. Tho State News. blowing and what we will do for them ion at Tampa has again been delayed. Ellide is the fastest vessel afloat. She Congressman. in the fall election for x iriuurwuii news. Seventy-on- e physicians have applied has actually traveled at the rate of a The country Is not proud of Its repub- .1, (Washington News. and .10 seconds, bho llean administration and wants a for positions as surgeons and assistant mile In a minute Key West to Havana surgeons for the three Kentucky regl- -' could travel from chance to show its disapproval. ' in less than two hotirs: could distance Women's Page. in en to'. It is more than probable that the any hostile ship that tloats, anu sound Homeseekcrs1 Edition of the Children's Page. Tin: Breckinridge News beats them all. It next naval battle will be pulled off an alarm along tne coast, nours u.ieiiu n ir (i niiur 1111 wiiiii ...... ...- il n .,...,. RATES By Mall Only. contains 10 pages and is profusely lllus- - near Porto Rico. Rear Admiral Samp- - HI IUU ill IVUI "I uuon.v. 12 Months ...42.00 Ellide had sighted at sea. is on his way to meet the enemy, trated with half tone pictures of places 6on .. .. 1.50 6 Month with equal obvious3 Month HnO .. 1.00 and people. Tho Babbagcs are The president will Issue a proclama-Drlnter- s Common sense I Month .SO as well as good editors und tlon warning Snanish residents to act ness dictates that the war be made CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. when they go a'cattlng they go a'cat- - with circumspection, if there should be sharp and short. Hundreds of thousof efforts ut spying, oni ,f niiVmnH nr-- starvinL'. If thev tlng. Sample Cople Furnlihcd further evidences On Application, are to be saved and freed they must bo there will bo a general expulsion. Gov. Bradley will preside over the deadly rainy' nt relieved quickly. Tho n w x,ni.,. ' Commercial convention which meets in Junc;ion 'Qi I h'ag been' a olnIed by season In Cuba Is approaening. Louisville, May 11th and 12th, in which Gov. Bra(1Io; will kill 10 of our soldiers three or Mll,8t Dr. Gur(3ner, of Ull parts Ol II1U OUllu mil u iuncotin- - tho U. S. army, to examine applicants four months from now to one mat woum SPRING, 1898. ed by the most progressive citizens and for regimental service ut Lexington. Business is suffering full in battle. good will be done tho material war lasting The Beef hus risen in price to $4 a pound from fear und uncertainty. interests of tho State. in Havana. Theaters and schools are status Is costing half a million dollars a day. Swift action would be ootn ecoA dispatch from Rome say "Popo dosed. Blanco endeavors to keep tho Tho Minn merciful. Competent mil- for Ureh'ird,Orus Nurseries olTerevurv thing Garden. I.mvn. No Agents, prostrated by news from Manila. Ex- -' PcPl0 cheerful by compelling the nomical and nnil gmionil nnrsory Catalogue itary judges, like Gen. Fitznugh Lee, fatruwtie-rrlos-- i of life. newspapers to Issue extras announcing pressed horror at terriblo inaUt. thnt tho eiiimire of Cuba can bo on application to II. V. HIM.ENMEVnit, Said ho wished he had died before Spanish victories. In two weeks if a vigorous cam- Telephone U97. (102) Lexington, Ky. seeing such a war." A good many; ilat wa3 un Impressive spectacle etrected when un audience of iiiiiiiiiHil of 7,000 paign be undertaken. N. Y. World. other peoplejoln him in the wish. men, at the conclusion of thu Moody The Philippine Islands, number 000 KING, meetings inJPittsburg, joined in sing- In all, are wholly In tho tropics und MRS- - KITTY Tun Lexington Leader prints Bro. ing patriotic hymn& populait? a part of the have tho richest of soil. Tho Burned' letter, but doesn't think it CKAU OKCHAUI). KY. tion is estimatqd at from 8,000,000 to It got It from. religious exercises. nceessary to say where Hat) jut,t letuined from the presi- 10.000.0o0. Thu natives aro divided InWhen Senator Bate saw tho ThcLeadcr has no Letter of Marque, dent in behalf of Gov. Robert L. Tay- to something like 200 tribes, each with Is a plain, every day pirate. but lor, of Tennessee, who wuuts to bo a Its peculiar dialect and customs. :m: The Philippine Islands arc 7,0:il Brigadier General, he was informed With the single exception of the Nemiles from San Francisco, tho nearest that tho president would appoint no gritos, these tribes are of the Malay Markets, and has brought with her a point in the United States, via the civilian to these positions. extraction. The latter people are a choice selection of all the novelties of the Extra war tax of J the previous race of dwarlish blacks, confined at season. An inspection of her slock is soIslands and 7,000 miles via Sandwich amount hus beeti levied in Porto Rico present to a few of the loftiest moun- - licited. Hong Kon. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Fighting Joe Wheeler, of Alabama, both Confederate major generals, were uppolnf ed major generals In the Federal army by the president. It is a high compliment to both gentlemen and now If Mr.' McKlnley will follow It up by putting Gen. Lee In charge of the army of invasion of Cuba and order that invasion at once, many of his bins of delay will be forgiven. No word had come from Dewey. A cabinet otlicer says in a day or two Port Rico will bo ours. President positively refused to make William Jennings Bryan a major The telephone line between hero and Lancaster Is now in working order. Miss Ella Watson, after a visit to Mrs. D. B. Edmlston, returned to Saturday. The G. A. R. people have holstep tho stars and stripes in Crab Orchard in honor of Dewey's victory. Messrs. Gus Hofmann,.flm Bronaugh war vessels and Bureh Buchanan went to Louis squadron of a and 2.000 men can be comprehended by ville Wednesday to see the Derby run. Messrs. Maley, Thompson and Mof- considering that the single Philippine more terri- fett, of Cincinnafi, havo bought all the island of Luzon has a little tory than and more than double the walnut logs here and will ship them us oon as cars can be had. population of Kentucky. Fred Ncwland is now agent for tho are hastening to Tampa Transports also the tn cnnviv trooDs to Cuba. Thosu al Times and Courier-Journa- l; Danville Steam Laundry. Dr. J. H. ready there will carry about of the proposed army of invasion, and Pettus has located at Livingston. D. some of those on the way started from K. Farris has gone to Newport to tako New York. The Plant Company has charge of R. II. Bronaugh 's horses, turned over to the government the while he attends tho Louisville races. Mrs. John S. Stapp and daughter, Olivette and the Florida. The Spanish transport Alfonzo XIII Louise, of Mlllersburg, hnvo returned has put Into the Barbadoes on her way to Crab Orchard. Dr. Stapp will folto Cuba with 1,100 soldiers, a large low in a few days. They will drink the quantity of supplies, and nearly half a water here for a while, as both thodoc-to- r and Mrs. Stapp are in poor health million dollnrs. Orders have been Admiral Sampson to send a The many friends of Miss Eva Steger given Rear force to the Barbadoes and take the rejoice to see her out again, after quite Alfonzo the instant It has left the three a stay in doors. A small amount of money is wunted mile limit. bark to build a new house over the pump at The captain of the American Stanhope, who left Manzatlllo March the depot. If every one who expects 26, says that 40,000 Spanish soldiers to drink at the woll this Summer would there are dying of neglect and want; send 10 cents or moro a nice summer that they are discontented and are only house could be built, with scats so that awaiting an opportunity to revolt, and people could rest und drink a long as that they would have joined the insur- they wanted to. Money can bo left at gents, but the latter declined their ov- the depot or with A. II. Bastin or with Rev. Lambert for this purpose. It is ertures. captured the not right for Mrs. Higgins to do this The gunboat Nashville Spanish mall steamer Argonata near when the water Is free to all. Rev. A. M. Lambert, of Virglniu, Clenfuegos. "Ten Spanish oflicers and came to Crab Orchard several weeks 10 soldiers were made prisoners of war Their nrms were ago to drink the water at the deoiai)d nn tho Nashville. 4,f0U rounds of am- try to be restored to health. He was seized along with munition. The passengers were sent so pleased with its offect that he went ashore, while a prize crew was put on hack and brought his wife and they have rented tho property of S. Vandor-poo- l the Argonata. and will improve and renovate it A prominent Cabinet olllcer says: "I sit- entirely before Summer, with a view to predict after a careful study of the uation, that the war will end in (M) days. keeping boarders who wish to drink Ho will also handle goods When we land a force of troops in Cu- depot water. We welcome enerbatteries of Havana in the store-rooba and destroy the days, the Spanish forces will getic people to our midst. In a few surrender and the Island will bo ours. ThBnsnfiirniWD are concerned the war will be over." The people of Spain are showing! grent dissatisfaction and rioting Is ram-- 1 pant throughout the country. Reports have reached Gibraltar that in spite of martial law the mobs have become des-perate, that Moret, tho Colonial Minle-- j ter, has been threatened with asasl-- ' natfon and that Sagasta has been com-IT ONLY COSTS pelled to take refuge in a foreign em- -' Cin-cinnui Ala. Tho victim, Private Hack ford, was removed to the county pest house, and his company has been taken from the camp and Isolated. Tho president sent to the Senate tho nominations of 11 Major Generals and All the nomi2rt Brigadier Generals. regular urmy exnations are from the cept four, and those four Lee, Wheeler, Sewell und ,VUson have all had military experience. President Dole has sent a long communication to President MeKlnley, offering to transfer the Hawaiian Islands to tho United States for the purpose of Its war with Spain, and to furnish the American Ship of war In Pacific waters with large quantities of coal, supplies and ammunition. Something of the magnitude of Commodore Dewey's undertaking, with his half-doe- n They are commonly believed to be the aborigines of the islands. A moro degraded race could hardly be conceived. They wander through the forests in a state bordering closely on absolute nudity, and live on whatever they can pick from tho trees n or dig out of the ground. The and ignorance of most of tho population is duo to Spain, which owns the islands and makes them contribute liberally for tho support of Its effete monarchy. Manila is the principal city und seat of government by a governor general and is about t00 miles from Hong Kong, China. dogre-datlo- talnringcs. ASTHMA'S PROGRESS. From Cold to Cure. No relief in other remedies. caught n aevere cold which resulted la asthma Alter taking doctor' prescriptions for a lnn time without benefit, I at length made use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and vn completely cured." II. O. K itch ull Greenwood, Mis. "Some time since! had n aevcre attack of asthma, accompanied with a bad cough and n general soreness of the Joints and muscles. 1 consulted physicians, and tried vhHous remedies, but without getting any relief. I'lnally 1 took Aycr's Cherry I'ec. total, and lua very short time waa entirely cured Koiw.llh, Victoria, Tex. CRAB ORCHARD. There Are many medicine that palliate anthmn. There nre few that ilo mure thnn relieve for a time the oiinrcmted breathing of the auffcrer There nre lew ilUcntea more troubleomc nnil more Irritating than nsthina. It Interferes alike with tuiRlnei nnil with pleasure, it prevents enjoyment of the day nnil male the nlitht n terror. A remedy for nsthmn would he hailed hy thoimand n the Breatct t'oimi hie boon that could he off crel them. There la n remedy for nthmn I)r, J C Aycr'a Cherry I'ectornt linn cured hundred of cae of this dicne, and testimonial to It efficacy from those who have tried the remedy arc multiplying with every year. The catea presented In the testimonial that follow, tuny tie taken an exemplifying the quick ntid radical action of thia (treat remedy. "About a yenr nno, 1 cmitdit n had cold which resulted lnnmthmn so severe that I wai threatened with sullocntlon whenever I attempted to lie down on my tied A friend recommending Aycr's Cherry I began to take It, and soon obtained relief, and, finally, was completely cured, rilnce then, 1 have used this medicine In my family with great success for coldi, coughs, and croup." S, IUttkk, I'.dltor 'Kollnk" (Polish). Stevens Point, Wit. "White on Hie Gasconade Klver. Q I Pei-tornl. "J. C Ayer's Cherry 1'eetorat la known the world over n one of the most effective medicines (or the cure of coughi, coldi, roup, whooping cough, asthma, bron. clillis, and oil affections of the throat and luucs. It is not, ns arc to many cough medicine, n mere "soothing tyrup." n ttmHr.iry rellel and palliative, but It It a radical remedy, dealing directly with disease and promptly heating It. In resjmnse to n wide demand Dr. Ayer'a Cherry I'ectoral Is now put up In half site bottles, cold at half price 50 centt. More about Dr. Ayer'a Cherry I'ectoral In Ayer's Curebook A story of cures told by the cureil bent free, on request, by the J, C AVer Lo Lowell. Mass. Dr.J WE BREAK RECORDS! TO SERVE YOU. - one-fift- h Never in the history of our business have we vcn a well equipped to supply the wants ol our patrons with llrst elms, neasonahlo goods as now. Never havo we been Imporable to quote as low prices on goods of equal value its present, therefore it tant that every bargain recker should look nt our line before they bur. 1 Our Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoe Stock Is cttnlttl by pricc3. none. We have ccvlthI hundred pair to Ik sold nt gtuntly Alfio, our now shoe ate unxui parsed in point of qunllty und price. reduced CIOTEIMB A bdecial t Our stock is full to the brim and we have never been bvtter cpiip?d to Milt all. We have the bent i 1, 15, f S and 110 Suits on thu market. Hoa' Knee I'nnts Suit nl W)o. 73c to Jl. Hoys' Knee Pants at 'J0c. Men's Cotton Pants nt 'Mc jwr pair. Carpets And Mattings. ctlort ha been made by our buyer this season and thuiehy we nre ennbled to show jou the largest line in the country. Oil Cloth, Curtains-- , Curtain Pules In endless variety. We have tremendous bargains in Skirts And Shirt Waists. Our new line is a beauty I YOU NEED A DAILY NEW. HOSiERY, UNDERWEAR, An inspection Ac. ! ( For tuith men and women. New gloves, pnr.iol, uiiilirclla. Ac will make you buy our Muslins, Sheeting, Linen Toweln, Toweling, 1 NEWSPAPER! 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The trip PICTURE FRAME MOULDING I will pay von to n'o and know how Cheaply You will ilnd thu latest atyh-for painting s I Window Shades, All Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, Window UlasM , tmnv and Paint Ilrushes and Art .Material at uis-cas- e A. El. N. W. MAY, CI.KHK. GIBBONS, Danville, (0) No. !IOO Main Streut. Trees, Plants, Vines. TIIK - J ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. ! ill x nsrEJis" The Latest Machine out, something' new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNE Y. y. r , mJa- - t -- a. !. K . . ' -- & KjA.xVA ., , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., - m the undlubbers A Glossary of Unfamiliar Naval ' Mav 6, 1898 Expressions. DECK PLAN OF ODK BATTLE8HIPS. l)y IVriniliic ThU Olonnarj Ktrry tanclt-lim- n Mnjr Krnd ami Utiilrmtnnd Aliont fillip When tint NrMiBirm Arp full of Technical Account of NhthI llitttle. W. T. WALTON. TUBNPIKS CONTRACTORS ATTENTION I ' llv order of tin- - I'Ucal louit illrftlnjj tlio YurtijilUi" of Hit) count) to lit lot out In oootloiiH from 2 to 3 tnlliw to tliu loneil mill lH.'t tilduVr. nrulvi) hUU will le i'vivel Ity t ho I'Ui'nl Court of Lincoln Count) fur uiL'tnllng nni ri'pnlrlnjr tlu turnpike of Lincoln Count;.', which I to Include illtrli till? mill Ui'i'iilfip aino open. rr:ilrlni; :iud krisplng oicn tho culvert-.- . rvpnlrlii and up. inntutulnlni; tlio lirlilpe thereon, nil liliU to ARM AND AWAY Tho order for l) tilrtl on or Ix'foru the umall boats of a ship to prepare for , j IMI-A-I- T 9, 1898,! nnil tlio contract to uxplru Jan lit, 10 All metal lmll lie llrtt clan durable lime- ntonc, tnokrn HUllk'leutl line to u at It Krcatett diameter tlimucli a two inch rln' (Jrnvel to Int free from ilirl and iiiul. and deep hliult Im itprend not let than 5 Indie feet wlilc, liotli cluiui of metal to and And each li the contractor Im fiirnUlicd ectlon m let 'mid contr.icted fur hall In. maintained hv the contractor up to the charter nittrcitienllonI of the turnpike on hIiiiII Ik! Vfpt which each mh'Uoii frvo from ruU, hole mid pool. The roittl Iwil to Imi rounded lit to prevent water from Mainline or running t hereon, mid In ul'owed tocut lliniuj;li the no Instance to metal, nor will tun mcUoii ho recelvtd U visible wherv) tliu lmlf-olAll luvtnl hll pond lir mid work recehed or lejvctuu ) toe Couutv Judge mid MngUtmte in wIiomj tlie MHTtiOII i locntwl. All of Mild ilkc .hall Ini laid off In wctlou of fiom two to live milm each; encli totm numlwied from the end of name. iietwvu Stanfoitl," mid enchhlddei can hid epurnti-lyfo- ra iil ectloiM ii. liete Iiimii) of iiniHr. but niiiit deiguntv the mvium The lilddlui; oliMI Ih In All hld mint i.. .Mux l 1"' Ih (lieu Ik'ohi I.' oilm'k The Com I eie- the rljfht loielcoi- any and nil uliN Tim conti.ictoi hIihII givuiNiiitl to the Couiiiinnwcnllli lot the lienelll of tho wi Im nppioved Count), mipuiw'd wcui-itlv the I'imvI Con t mill niieMed In the Count v Judge In nl lwv douole Hie amount of the'rnlue of the wot L to 0e done mid conditioned for fniihllil )Mtiloinii.nce of tho mciIoh oi work In iiiKiiiialiilui: coutMictiHl foi dm. ns loo luplncd lime oy the The roBiln owned and coiHihi-um- I County for winch lld- tull oe locuUediuu afollow. Kant. Curin.d County ilmifoid, I and Willie Oak TV upiKe mi. d coi.tpj'iiv Morolml and (Hiulaliilmr 5' mile ' I !' e l' IU-trl- ct coti-eutU- mi-Hoi- e u - Cnr-iMiiit- ur I'olnl SJ inllu. Mnfmil and !. liile.wH'tlon at the pan Civvk fiom H Mnnfortl uiid Crntt O.vhm-t- pike excludlnx If any. the portion In tin town of Kowluud font. to the limits of the Ctt) of- 4 tulle v nud eluding portion In llutouille. Iliittonvllle nud llrmlforiUvlllell,-- nillvt excludlnpr l"i-tlo- u lanfonl and (.nnm-to- r of llutonvllle OH tnlle. evcludliiff the portion In the City of biniifoid. IjincHoter and CrnOU. Chard, excluding the portion In the town of mile. Kmvllle and Ci.ili Crnli Orchard. Oralinnl. vU'luilliiK the (miMIoii wlililu the llowland and corpointe limit of Oral Orchanl. IIH nilie. limits and Linmile. Turner tile. McKliinm s'ta coln tlou tim Coffey Mill B ml'e. llaujIUt Fork and Orven 1th er S mile. Iiinville. Mix Klv-and Lnncn.ter :" mile. Manfoid mid Knob Lick it mile, ftnnford ami Ollen-holTS mlli. ytntifonl and Hall llap S mile. Mmiford mid Pnachervlllu 5 mile Mnitfnnl mid Mllledgevllle ', mile. Hindi llranch S mile. Cnib Orclimd tuidChap-iMd- l Oap 4 mile, oxcludliij; portion in Crab Orchard. Highland and Wa)nehurK " Church mile. Tuniei-vle- . mid Knob Lick 41 mile. llutouvllli and McKlnney Slut Ion i'S mile. I'lim-nul l HtKtlon 4 mile-.- . ICIu?llle and tn llc CmiK-ntej-'Cree- FLUSH DECK A deck from stem to stern without u break. FORE FOOT Tbo forward end of tbe keel. FORE PEAK The extremo forward service. ARDOIS SYSTEM Electric signal bold of tbe ship, where tbe paiutroom lights carried on a stay from amaxthead and other storerooms are. FUNNEL The largo pipe for carryand mndn to hIiow a series of red or ing otf the smoke, called often smokelights. white ARMAMENT A term expressing stack or smoke pipe. FUSE The local upparatus for incollectively all tho guns of a ship, ARMOR The metal protection given flaming the charge of a shell or torpedo. GANGWAY A thoroughfaro; tho to a ship. ATHWART Trausvorsoly; at right aperture iu tbe ship's hide where people enter and depart. nugh's to tbo keel. GREAT GUNS Tho heavy ordnance BACKING Tbo timber to which tho of a ship. All guns abovo 0 inch caliber armor plntei nro bolted. A fixed circulnr belt nro styled great guns. Below that guns BARBETTE of armor rigidly nttacbed to the deck, aru now usually culled rapid fires or protecting the turret, which revolves rapid fire guns. GUN A generic term for tho pieces inside. Tho guns fire over it. Guns nro mounted iu barbette wheu they fire over composing tbo armament of a ship. GUNBOAT A small vistel usually n pnrnpi't nml not through portholes. under 2,000 tons displacement, witb BATTERY A pluco where guns ar mounted; a uumber of gens taken col- guu power developed rather than speed or coal carrying capacity. lectively. HALF MAST To lower a flag midA carrying BATTLESHIP heaviest guns ami thickest armor to way between tbe truck nud the deck. HATCH An aperture iu tbe deck stand tho brunt of n naval engagement. BERTH DECK Tbo deck next be- more than two feet square. When smnller. they nro usually called manlow tho lower gun deck. BILGE Tint part of tbe hull more holes. A short, light cannon HOWITZER nearly horizontal than vertical. A projection oti tbo to throw a large projeetilo with u small BILGE KEEL charge of powder. bilge of n vessel parallel witb keel. HULL Tho body of n ship independent of masts and rigging. JACOB'S LADDER Short ladder, I with wood rungs and rope sides. ship, KEEL Tbe bottom plate of oxtendiug from to stern. Tho frames are bolted to it. ' KEELSON Tbo iusido keel of tbo ship. LAUNCH Usunlly tbo largest boats iu tbe bip, steam or pulling. LINE OF FIRE Tbo lino of tbo prolongation of tbe boro of a gun when AMIDSHIPS Tho middle part of tho chip, whether in regard to her length or breadth. AMMUNITION Tbo powder and shot and whell for use in the gnns. ANCHOR WATCH A mnnll num-be- r of meu kept on duty nt night, while tbo ship is nt uuchor in port, to be ready for anything which may suddenly turn armor and horizontal or deck armor. A THE OLD JOKESr protected cruiser has horizontal or dook armor only. An unprotected cruiser has Hie halo of antiquity surround)) tbo ofttold tnlo no armor. Of cbrit women who nttond tho marked down DEAD LIGHTS Covorings to tbe LwrKnln rule; sido air ports. Tlio edge Im off tho ancient jitnnent tho lodi; nlirfit Into; DINGEY Tlio cmailest bont nu u t U nlso out of wnrship; also "dinghy" and "dingy." All mention of tliu kitlvo dnto; The weight in IJkewl-H- the bulky demijohn thnt fishermen DISPLACEMENT call "bait." tons of tbo voltimu of uutur tbe bull of n chip displaces. Tlio farmer blowing out thu (,a nffonli nc DRAFT Tho depth of tho keel of food for mirth, of tbe water; And Jokes nbout thu bonrtltni: uouso nro bnn n below tho llitl from tho earth; hpelled ulhO draught. Chicago ft't walk exempt from ENSIGN Tbe national llap; nlto public eyo; tbe loweht giado of 'commissioned offi- Tlio honest inllkmun'n faithful pump hat Kono ' completely dry. cers iu tbe nnvy. jokes cannot sell these days, no matter FALSE KEEL A plnnk bolted to Such how I Itry. ship the iniilii keel o that wbeu nnd touches bottom tbo fnleu keel will be Mothers-in-la- tho fchelf "sweet Mxtcen" are laid upon injured and not the inniii keel. Along with our old raiser friend who scatters FATHOM A mensnro of six feot. wiilo his pelf; FIRST WATCH The watch from 8 No ono desire un Irlh Joko, no matter how go-ii "IRONING MADE EASY" QzAr ih mm 11 i to 11! midnight. The fanny cotn of Thompson street with ra- ?orn in his vest Has joined thu gnat majority and cono unto hl rest The metwenuer boy had no call; all zeal for him Ls curbed. And Lonesotuehurat tho beautiful reposes un- disturbed. Tho sealskin wick and Easter hat no locgur are tho themes-Thang a single joko on theso is far beyond my dreums: Likewise, thu girl with appetite, who feasteth o lt'n dres.sed, fM 'fi,fty mw HB SEARCH (iijiilj Mnrnnviur. iis vvsvrviiiu MMES.C0LUIR8 STIFF DPmiiDCc AND CUFFS r '" AND NICE A3 WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW on ico cream. The old maid and tho summer girl for many moons were barred; Tbo cooking srhool and ballet girl nro dying very hard; Typewriter jokes and baseball wit are thrown out In n heap With Boston beans and church fair soup and kills that will not sleep. While Jokes on "money burning" liavo gotten very cheap. L'ESVOI. ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY.OTHER STARCH r mi I r iDiunrn Dnui,v UiviiiUDinwun ddac ro 1-- pUTACTURED ONLY gy 11 .KeokukJowa. NewHayen,Conn, COPYRIGHTED wWiiiiitw Wh. feiMT. Hhirtl m At leant I thought I thought these things; I felt my blood run cold; my heart, for all A haunting fear my Jokes were old; A comic paMir came at hand just then, and with a thrill I saw the pictures, proso and verso thst did its pages fill. Bar roll I Thesa Jokes, thee dear old Jol-they nil wcru working stllll Hoy L. McCardell In Now York World. po'j-esw- d i il ymwuvtwi!f,ti wJi ufs, i ,mami- - This starch is prepared on scientific principles by men who haro had years of practical experience in fancy laundering. It restores old linen and summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts a beautiful and lasting finish. It is tbe only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless, containing neither arsenic, alum or any other substance injurious to linen and can bo used eren for a baby powder. For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers. pi rpccoccocce-ccccccoectccccccc:ccccccec- 4 l What rassed lletween Them. Tho nged colored veteran was deprecating auotner war. "I don't want ter 6C0 no mo'," ho said. "I bad enough cr do lua' ono." "In the war, wero you?" "All tboo it, sub; follored Gin'rul Lee. I hoar Urdinal Points !r SB. y si " V ' y ILL bs found in 11 "YeH, suh. I wuz right Mongside er him all do time." "At the surrender too?" "Ou do spot, fcuhl" "Do yon recollect what passed be. tween Leo nud Grant?" "Ever'tbiug, sub I Giu'rnl Lee wuz ctaiidin heah" 1 "You did?" ete rea,.) well-Jress- the garments of man. ed f g The material must be of the best Fitting most be perfect Stvle must And, tinallv, the cm. Uo-to-D- ate t V "Yes?" "En Gin'rul Grant wuz standiu yonLIST To lenn to ouo side or the der" other. "Goon." MACHINE GUNS Those in which "En I passed betwixt 'em, runniu Ink tbo operations pertaiuiug to continuous do dovil befo' dayl" Atlauta Constitiro uro automatically performed by matution. chinery. Cartridges are supplied to thu tired. "Workmanship and Trimmings Must be Neat and Durable. vS-- ? A 1 ;ti-- ,l It by uniting these points y garment they make, and by "sticking A at it ' for more than 22 years, that is in EVERY i I i; . i "i PH liJ v ' '- -Sr er m J. P. (!. II. COOPKIt. I. iir.i.ii. IIAILF.V. Coininlttee. tThU April 20, IM. TOJCUMMTO h a V 11 IK r Xa DU&ASLE, 70&TABLF. IKViNCIBLS i I t OUAKNTEED. .tf PRICE, S35. r TiSi i I low- - ciin it lie done? Simplicity in construction nuil not belonging to (lie Typewriter Trust roMilt in an honest nt nn lionust pi ice The lilickoiiH tlct for is the only liiii grade machine nt reasonable cnt. It is built on 8tl icily Fciuntitic principles, anil of only tho let nml most iliinihlu matorinl. Pome distinctive features visible worn, i interchangeable type, portability, tluritbil 4ty, doing nwny with ribbon nuisance un "vnrying allgmnent, uuoxcelled manifold tag. S4 Kepnrnto cliHractera. etc., etc The 1$ ickenderfer is tho only typewriter receiving highest nwartl nt World's Fair. Improved nince 8end for catnlogtio and testimonials. MOOltE HKOS., GEX'L AOTS 218Fbi. X. W 125 E. Fayette st. Wndhington, D. C Md. pro-ilur- .t MAIN' DECK OP A BATTLCSHlfc BOW CHASER A kuu inonutod iu the bow to 11 ru on retrnntiug vessel. BREECH Tlio portion of tbo ijuu abaft tbo chamber. A mass of motal BREECHBLOCK osod to close brbcb of gun. A platform extending BRIDGE across tbo deck nbovo tbo rail for tbe convenience of tbo officers in charge. BULKHEAD Any partition separating apartments on tbo same deck. BUNKER A bin for storing coal on hip. CABLE A loug, strong chain used to retaiu a ship in place at anobor. A uiaohine used on CAPSTAN board ship for raising bcavy weights. A case containing a CARTRIDGE charge of powder for a gun. Cartridges for great guns are usually put up in serge cloth bags. Those for rapid flrers are put up in oopper cylinders. CHAMBER That part of tbe bore of a gun which receives tho powder. CONNING TOWER Tbe armored tower forward whore tbe wheel, engine telegraphs, etc., aro placed, and where the captain is supposed to go to direot the fighting of his ship iu time of action. CROSSTREE3 The short arms extending across tbo topmast. CROWN The round up of the dook from tho level line. CROW'S NEST A perch for a look-oat tbe masthead. CRUISER A type just below the battleship and just above tho gunboat An armored cruiser has side or vertical ut NOEL66SON, -- Dealers In- - Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Otllco nnd Food Excliango near Itall-rou- d Crossing. Depot St., Stanford, Kv. Coal Yard, .Mill St.. lately J. II. Illgglns' Jan. 1 Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mason Hotel MIIS. U. D, SIMPSON, Pror . 1 .an caster, : Kentucky. " Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters table. Everything 89 trains. meet Grnt-clas- a. chamber, fired, tbo empty caso withdrawn and a frcuh cartridge inserted. MONITOR A low freeboard armored veesel, with one or two turrets, each carrying two great guus; nearly flat bottom and witb very light draft of water, deigned by Ericsson, ORLOP The lowest deck, where thn cables and storerooms usually are. PENNANT A narrow Hag, "coach whip," hoisted by all vessels in commission commanded by an officer not of flag rank. PLATFORM DECK Tbo upper part of the protective deck. PRIVATEER A private armed vessel commissioned by tbe government in timo of war to prey upon an enomy's commerce. PROTECTIVE DECK The armored deck, curved, protecting tbo vitals and extending from the ram to tho stern. QUARTER DECK Tho upper dock abaft the mainmast. In the navy a QUARTERMASTER petty ofHcor whohascbargoof the steering of tho ship nnd assists tbo navigator. Ho has charge of tbe logs, leads, colors, signal gear, etc. QUARTERS Tho stations of tho nud men nt tbo guus for working them wbeu iu action. RAPID FIRE GUNS Those for which cartridgu and projoctiloaro made up as ouo whole. RATE In our navy a classification according to displacement tonof nage above fi.OOO tons, first rato; !1, 000 to 5,000, second rate; 1,000 to 11,000, third rate; below 1,000, fourth rato. REDOUBT An nrmored space in tbo renter of tbo ship protecting tbo turret mounts and ammunition. SKIN The inside or outside plating of n ship. SMALL ARMS Firearms carried in the hand. SQUADRON, FLYING A squadron of observation that cruises rapidly from placo to place. SPAR DECK Tbe upper deck ou which tho turrets aro placed. STARBOARD The right baud side looking forward. STEM Tho casting at the fore end of tho ship. The plating forward is made fast to it. Tho aftermost castSTERNPOST ing. It receives tbe ends of the plates. STRAKE One breadth of plating worked from cud to eud of tho ship. A term applied to SUBCALIBER projectiles that are smaller than the bore of the guu. The light SUPERSTRUCTURE structure placed on the spar deck between the turrets. TOP A platform of circular form on a mast. Tanks ia TANKS TRIMMING which water ballast may be carried to trim tho ship. TURRET A circular movable armored chamber iu which are mounted great guus. WAIST That part of a ship between the quarter deck and forecastle. WARDROOM The apartments of the commissioned officers. rs The Limit. Impassioned Lover Tell mo, my what to do to prove my love. Oh, that I might, like tomo knight of old, battle for you, suffer for you, die for you. Sweet Girl I wish you would give up smoking. Impassioned Lover Oh, como, now, that's asking too much. New York Weekly. nu-ge- 1 i l, ' lie III l, The Great a Have acKnou.ec j Americr. 1 cucago Merchant Tailors 'he :a-u- mi & lit). ; .g jj ' nud - res Kion of being the 5 custom m lailors in i lie Interpreted It. "Didn't I hear you say something about tho trump of fame?" inquired As ml FECIAL C You c.11 -1 . nitake in ordering jour clothei of thii tirni. t- - t ..n the) furnisher do ii guirantfd. No fancv pri n are charged. No order is ddijej cr negou can make )our selection from the lected. A-- A world's choice of patterns. I l CALL ON fv Seuator Sorghum. a commou phrase." " Aud u very good one too. It's a reminder that a man who wants to get along has to know how to play his cards." Washington Star. val-uabl- "Yes,"replied tho young man. "It's o H J. McBOBBBTS, STANFORD. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A il'it v away." "Ho was a most uugratoful thief." "I don't know. The other boarders said it was simply a case of tit for tat. Sbo cooked his hash aud ho booked her cash." Chicngo Tribune. Turn About. "Robbed the landlady of tho boarding houso whero be bad lived for years?" "Yes. Stole 200 in money and ran Car Load ! Of Vehicles, f im, Stanfoid, Ivy Aud arc ofler g some all nud See Us. O . Court-H- e CliHticvft Itulned. Dick Introduco mo to your sister, old man. Tom No tlio. I don't think bho wants to know you. Dick (indiguuntly) Why not? , Tom She's seen you with mo. Now York Jourunl. B. K. WEAREN & SOV. A. GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. 50 per en t Cor i Chop 45 Chicken Feed 45 ' " COAL. 40 " Falls Branch Lump 20 " " JellicoLump 70 i 4 A Keter! Patriotic Customer Yes, I'd liko to buy that flag you just showed mo, hut Timothy Hay, the price Is too high. Cnu't you'eome Mixed Hay down n couplo of dollars? Denlor What! Lower Old Glory? Clover liny Millet Never I Cincinnati Enquirer. The Proper One. Straw Feed Oats Shipstull" " Sopor bu. lljperbu. 10 10 ' " " " 40perhu. JellicoNut 70 per cw t Speciil prces on both feed and coal in large quantities. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. 'ii Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow Bruno What timo is it? Fido Ask the watchdog. New York World. Certainly. "Mr. Grumpy," asked Mrs. Grumpy, f 'what does it menu here when it call his a mad flowing river?" "Frothed at tho mouth, I suppose. " Detroit Frea Press. Lff-icnxi- w The C herokee is a pe fee Check Rower; ect Self Tn ill Planter. Try one. a j eifect Ua d Dro.i Planter and a Per FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. m. X. i - Jul. ' A --' TX '?J 'tZ.JZj " gl"g 'mJfg KENTUCKY IS AWAKE. e ARMY TERMS GLOSSARY Puzzling Military Expressions Made Plain to Civilians. AN EDUCATION IN A FEW WORDS If the Mail of Trace Studies ThU Glossary, De Ablo to Talk Learnedly of War Wlieu the Frraa Is Fall or Army ne Will Matter. ABATIS An obstruction of foiled trees in front of n fort. ACTION Synonym for battle ADJUTANT Regimental staff officer who assists tho cdlouol in the details of duty. ADVANCED GUARD A detach- mentsentto tho front to veil the real position or movements of nu army. An officer actiug ns tho official organ of a general his subAID-DE-CA- MP stitute. Shot, shell, gunAMMUNITION powder, cartridges, fuses, wads, grenades. ARMISTICE Written agreement between hostiles for a cessation of active warfare for a certain period. ARMY CORPS Tho largest of an army. ARMY REGULATIONS Ralos established by the president for tho government of the national troops. BASTION An irregular defensive line forming an anglo outsido the main line of a fort. 1, a company of artilBATTERY lery ; 2, cannon in position for firing; 8, an earthwork sheltering cannon in action. BATTLE General actions in which whole armies engage. Synonyms are in this order according to importanco : Action, engagement, affair, skirmish. BEAT OF DRUM A signal by drum-beaby which soldiers are called into line, ordered to march, to retreat, to retire, to rest, to arise, eto. Trumpets and bugles may bo used for the same purpose. BLOUSE A uniform sack coat. BOMB Equivalent to bombshell and bell. BOMBPROOF A structure of thickness and strength to defy shells. BREVET An honorary commission and title. BRIDGE HEAD Adefensoarounda bridge; maybe earthworks for artillery or artillery alone. BRIGADE A group of battalions or Yegimeuts, nominally four. BRIGADIER GENERAL An officer in rank between a colonel and major general; usual command is n brigade CANNONEER An artilleryman who serves the guns in action ; gunner. CAPTAIN Commander of a company; rank between lieutenant and masubdi-Tision t, General term for IMPEDIMENTA munitions, equipments and supplies. INFANTRY Foot soldiers general-ly- , as distinct from mounted men. LAN'JE CORPORAL Acting corporal. Thpro aro also lanco sorgeants. LANYARD A cord Uhcd forexplod-hithe primer of a cannon. LIEUTENANT Commissioned officer subordinate to a captain. r LIEUTENANT COLONEL An of rank next below a colouel. Rank-beloLIEUTENANT GENERAL of full general mid above that major general. LIGHT MARCHING ORDER Literally without heavy luggage, ns knapsacks. LIMBER CHEST Artillery ammunition and tool chest. LINE OF BATTLE Formation of an army for battle. LONG ROLL A drumbeat call "To arms!" in nu emergency. MAJOR Officer next in rauk abovo a captain and below n lieuteuant colonel. MAJOR GENERAL Rank next lieutenant general and abovo a brigadier general. MASKED BATTERY One hidden from kuowledgo of tho enemy until it opens firo. , Any person NONCOMBATANT with an army not called upon to fight. OFFICER OF THE DAY Anoffloor who for a day at a timo has charge of tho camp guard and advanco posts. OFFICER OF THE GUARD An officer dotailed daily for Bervico with the guard. ORDERLY A soldier who comma-nicato- s orders or curries messages for commanding officers. The first ORDERLY SERGEANT sergeant of a company. OUTPOSTS Troops detached, well to the front of a biyot.no or camp to gnard against surprise. PARADE A taming oat of troops for inspection or evolutions. PICKET LINE Lino guarded by small bodies of men placed at intervals. Detachments guarding an PICKETS army from surprise. PITCHED BATTLE Bnttlo where combatants have fixed positions. PLATOON A snbdivision of a compauy. offl-cobo-lo- w Commercial Convention Will Be a Grand Success. EVERYBODY INTERESTED IN IT. Industrial Development Is One Thing Desired. REMARKABLE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS It I Aot for tho llonrflt or n Clmo, but for the Mtmnpn Many Important Subject Will Ilo DUcimcil by Thine Mot Compcitent to Hamlin Them Promotion ami Development Are to He Considered to the Kzclutlou of Lom Profit bio Thing. Kentucky's first state commercial 8vA . (7 convention, to be held in Louisville May 11 and 12, is to bo a success. Tho movement in that direction has progressed far enough to assure those engineering it of that fact. It is to be a success because the lawyer, the farmer, the merchant, the manufacturer, the lumber dealer, the mine owner, the stockralser, the banker and the journalist will all unite in one grand effort to push Kentucky and her untold resources to the front. It Is to be a success because business talks are to take tho place of political speeches; because promotion and development are to be discussed to the exclusion of less profitable things; finally It is to be a success because the time la ripe for a state commercial convention to be a success. Less than two months ago several progressive business men, members of the Louisville Commercial club, held a meeting In Louisville to formulate plans for a convention which would have for its object the creation of a sentiment favorable to Industrial development, teaching the benefits of such a course and to prepare literature tho addresiesbytkeso gentle-Be- n of the state's most prominent professional and business men it was decided to select several leading citizens from all parts of Kentucky to make some talks. In tho menntlmo a call for tho convention had been distributed throughout the state for signers, and In a brief space of ttmo It went back to Louisville with 257 names, representing a majority of tho counties. This call dated emphatically that It was not made to any class of cltl:n3, but to all men who nro coacorned In tho future of Kentucky. It was formally Issued about two weeks afo and met with a wclcotro tho heartlnos of which left uo doubt In tho minds of thoao who havo worked so Industriously for the success of the movement that the convention would prove a history-makin- g body. Happy of Dates. Tho selection of the datcn for the meeting of the state commercial convention in Louisville was a happy solution of the question az to the best time that the Industrial congress should bo held. It falls In a week which will offer to the visitors to tho Falls City a series of attractions unsurpassed in the same length of time in any city In the country. The May Music Festival is on May 9, 10 and 11. The Sons of Veterans hold their annual reunion on May 11 and 12, tho days of tho Commercial convention. The 1100,000 cyclorama of the Battle of Gettysburg Is also in Louisville, and will bo another attraction. And all week the races will bo going on. In the running horse one of the to perfection closest approaches known has been developed. It Is hoped that as the delegates to the Commercial convention look on tho steeds dash under tho wire they will hopo the stronger that other Kentucky products may reach that perfection with proper handling. Beside 27 five-minu- te XBlSisssssV" BSBbf "Aft.-- . swlQ; rPBBrsBrnCslH 's''BB!BaBV vflBw- J vMR BBBBBaBBIBkar IBDk - 1 V VlBBBBBI I bHVbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK MABOTH 10,016. ! Stnndara ICtilo Sln'd by WuMngh tin 2 I 'i slro of l.utUudu f!tl7Vf. otil 2 Ht nnd many others In tho '1st W.t.slngham. Nnbotli's Irc. N n sun f (osirgo Wilkes 510. dam Tlnel. by Uaw liM. son of H tmbletotilan and sire of Hlulne 2i20, tho dam of Norlalne. ytrllng record 2:31J. Second lles, Nter to James Howell, .lr., by llamulotonlan 10. slro.ofloxtor2il7K- , . . .. j. . .. payrv, nv llikilliti nni., ,.,u. tu,i.. -- i i inn. nam iiitrrv ity s i. sire or inc uiiin oi ru .innuii n.iO' 2:lftj and IS others that havo produced 2:.I3 trottr.s; al.o slro of tho dam of EleCtloiiear. Pour th dam by Liberty, son of Lane. Iiy American Kcll-- e V.Y-Vtu.,l. I. .. trt H Lit I.. I.ImI. ...!...! t .Aw U.i lllu nAflli.pA.1 ...Itltft II4 IlllKld of Hatrbletontan. Oetirgo Wllke. Mambrlno Wllko. I'llot Jr , and Harry Clay. 1 rlrt Mes-vng- er jeie ... ....... To .... . Will Stand at $15 I Insure a Living Colt. stand will also Will make no charge for season If thccoit proves bot to 1r-- Mtlable at,. filing time. Mare grard at S2 jvr mouth which tn all casi must Is' paid liefor tlioy art) taken away Care taken to p'ewnt nividents but tint should any o.vur FIVE FINEdAGKS AT ONLY $5 EAOH. J. K. BAU3HMAN, Husconvillo, Ky. OQDESBUIQ 8787. Ilecerd 3 Since tho birth of Christ 4,000,000,-00men have been slain in battle. 0 3S. of trial . 7L Chestn ilsUllion, l ban U hl'j. ft. bred hy Dr I. Herr, lxi(lmi, K'y. I03T HxEamTDxino DPsttclxen. HrrotSi, Qilt Edge 261. HEm?Ti:iai. Hy Second Jewel. This fnncy MuMlm-tnl-Ion Mill make rn.on of IMIs at our sttililf ' mile from MUNmJvn lllc, on the Hnnfortl A. Mllk'u'gL'vUlu pike. Owing to the c:ircl-tymoney we m ill ctdiid him 1 of tlicliwief 1. . 1 dam Variety Mam of 2 jU'fl pi r a kjerYx V J i j ! f Mk iQ I u . i t . f; o v "-- H setting forth Kentucky's advantages. This little gathering was followed by larger ones until the bit of enterprise that was manifested in the first meeting burst into a spirit of progress that was made to permeate the entire stnte. The convention soon assumed tangible form. An executive committee, with representatives from every congressional district, was named, as were committees on delegation, press and publicity, finance, transportation, hall, entertainment, and delegation state at large. Mr. Clarence Dallam, a well known and popular young attorney of Louisville, who is a native of Henderson, but was for many years identified with Paducah as a lawyer, was elected chairman, and Mr. J. C. Van Pelt, assistant secretary of the Commercial club, secretary. Thus Industry's star of promotion rose rapidly. A meeting was held at which seven of tho 11 districts had prominent representation, and a program was arranged, the following subjects being selected as those that are to bo dlsci)33ed during the con- hy Mhhll'tswn 19 sire T iMStrleen ami the dams l finwii .in of HawUftonlau to hy Truws-r-' IMWounJer 3 dam t OltANtii: UI.OsMlM tSIs lrrfllrangtClileri Wi, rtht Bthws and the ilamof Hsl HIkmi U by Anrrlwn Star It, et IVr. lUw Selli IVl dam uf iirane llnd 1 etc ), by MhhlletuH 2 dam. 2sjf.. .. 0,Jetn;bv OriHse .. MM.. Jur, J n r Italph Wllkr., Ac . mum lis, as i.Hii. Crawford,: havrHrol oTtr IWX i .j, 07 , t, OmtsnlW, 58. ittyt laltt, jor. CARBINE A short barreled shooting iron carried by cavalrymen. CHEVRON icers. extremely hanlinif Halll-- ti with all lite Litiu, Bilh anlstte of NrtTK. la n of Mamhrt it tt the existlon ol Mamhrlou Knu he i und mhte.y the liaitdMmmt immi family " regards u umfurmtty mr an no l"Utctieii ntir his hr..Ir an I'11mm.hi, tranyWilli an handle A Colt. th,tjre. eiasl ! and iore gallti He 1m a gsv on aitd dfle him He .if t nil i lug mi ich fulrr than hl risrd He failed Imtm-- s in the world ail Is Monoy duo when colt comes or nmr parted is on-hisof the ptiretl him a! ways an. I Is an Mty lur-- e in In condition lie fits trottisl miles In i tt aitd with has i4T1 with. Mart") grayed or fed at reaonntle piarter in Wmm.ihU All the training he eer ha I tn lilt Ufa would not amxis m ,H month He r old oter a mitdr truck at New All.au . Ind , hllctie.1 loan U1 Not rctponnlule for nrrtdeiitt should obtained his record when a II wn the ra wheeie.1 ulky valntt a field ira(rf h rw In three strah;ht heau. ashioiieil hUh nnv occur. a hsr iswnsltown at ftllt Edge Is 11 tH'nutlful red sorrel. Hiitv Ho Is very lerrl heanl,a(rald of nuthlnj lie Uand htw wen a m well r.is a trot lor Ha-- Has Iim uanils of riiitHt won a hum ami tall, 1M, hands high, was foaled WHK"f I e lair in Kenlmkt and Imllinj mano irtiiiinnis) Sept. C lssfj, and N 11 porfevt saddle horso Kr of sweep-lakHe was shonn as a 3- - ear-ol- d and took the Will Stand at $10 to Insure A Living Colt. hit Vtllri! tn linn 1 11, At $10 to Insure rate. Living rjl,e ft grt four-vea- nett upper sleeves of uoucom missioned Rank mark worn on tho off- COLOR GUARD A detail consisting of a sergeant and seven corporals to carry and protect tho colors of a regiment. The members are selected for bravery Volunteer regiments havo two color sergeants, one each for tho national aud state- Sags. COMMISSARIAT The subsistence department of an army. CONTRABAND OF WAR Generally articles pertaining to warfare, as gans, ammunition and military and naval stores of all kinds, and sometimes corn, hay and coal. COUNTERSIGN General watchword of a camp. COVERED WAY An open corridor or passage masked from the enomy by an embankment. CUTLASS Heavy short sword used in the utivy. Marching out from DEBOUCHING a confined space upon open ground. DIVISION Two or moro brigades. DRESS PARADE A daily parado of troops, with ceremony. DRUMHEAD COURT MARTIAL A court martial suddenly called to try offenses which domaud an immediate example. An opeuiug in a EMBRASURE parapet for a gun to fire through. FIELD ARTILLERY Cannon, both heavy and light, having the quality of mobility for ueo in the field as distinct from forts. - III f llsSrf """- vh ce . T ) In v. iU"- .Ttte4 O i i 1 v. MA i ) vention: Geo"Kentucky's Advantages graphical, Climate and Soil." "Our Agricultural Opportunities and J u. -- To Insure A Living Colt. sweejM.iku premium at Klrksvllle rud Dan- Will Also Stand A Good Jack At ville and In his oun ring at HnrrixUhurg M. 8. BAUOHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Thoe wanting to breed to a good ad le stallion aro cordially Invited to look at our horro and see him move lie va hired by Second June!, lie by Jewel, hi' bv old Washington (lilt Kdge's fl"it dam .Minnie. l Denmark 1 will st iini '.'nd dam by Wells' CruMcDonal IN Ilal'-orn- . .oi m frm .. mile north uf sader, his llrst dam by Stonewall Jackoou, Hustonviile on the llusuuivillti nod D.in-ti.tirCombined Ikiv (.talllon. M baud high, turnplLe. iu J.ik Hiitck Cloud. he by Washington Denmark, lie by lll.ick Denmark, his first dam by Crusader, lie bv ed by AImIoIImIi Messenger, lm by Messenger At $5 to to hjara a Lhlsg Colt. Old Whip. :.'nd (lam a Rooky Mountain mure Chief. lre of Mnud Mivsenger 5:ll, Dren-lioKnglMi Hunter s data bv Dtnnj's HADISON SAKD1D3E k SON, lllack l loud Is Muck with mualv ktlnts. lit be by ImtiOrted Draiitiou. 1 will sutitil Ktigllsh Hunter the season of Imtwls Inehew high and f.,r ytHtrw old. brwl Mllledgevllle, Ky I !)(, tit jny stH bb thrctt miles from by W M llurko. of Itoile County, aired by Clt.on Wt'he Knott uUek ami Tiiruersvlile Iturke s old Jack, Tom Ket-ndue A full brother to Hi, k Cloud was wtld to Imun living colt. iiHinej pike at n bout four ear wlien colt Is foHled or maru jHirtcs! with. : (fo to California p.irtbs for sX.om J A AKIOIIT, Morelnnil. K TIIK iKF.T MIOW ST.ltl.IoN Cnn-nlngh- $8 I English Hunter, black cloud I le n, m e EAGLE BIRD. BOB TAIL. OOCl il ..I ; lt; III , M i$J J Illlli cz&Tj I OOssy f Needs." "Our Industrial Opportunities and Needs." "The Best System of State and Local Taxation." "How May Capital Be Best Attracted to and Most Profitably Employed In MM iMzMJ nri Wisdom." Kentucky?" "Immigration The Best Method of Encouraging Desirable Immigration." ngton. ml dam hy Hamlet "Corporations Uses and Abuses ton I'ciunark. A Just Discrimination the Part of .Inl dam hy Harris' will also stand omi fine Jack 15 hands t Winner of i5x Hake at won msiik1 Inch high, weigh 1.00" iMtuniU. black with grout Champion money In S0u Male at Veraille, Winner ef tlir white ikjIiiU sMrvd by ll-(god premium and twettaVe ut I'arU, also vlnner Jack. Tom Klne. wbiwo ropnUttlon ns a of other prem'tims In 1S3, lnce which time lie lu breeder Is known far mill near Sired h King 'hfstt r. he by Chester Dare. Hub Tall Unin b IaivI Hubble's I'rimt Inrn In the atud. King Chester's dam Joe Hlack-bur- u ).v bj Illiirk Niilrnl Eagle lllnl is a Uautlful hrown, with mnall Mar, KmnumlHr I'rlticu was the slro of Hes. HourNm and llrlguolla. which Mr. lluhhlpcould Hlack h dam bybySilver King. liiuu. Lincoln Unli out lb liarnln, Imu nowlng mine aud a hno sold nt onetime forSI.OOe. JiKflllack-bur- n King 2nd dam by limy Hagle, .In! dam by Comvir hot torn, ttli hoary tall. alone brought iX.VW at the sale. U Cigle Kin! was tlnd hy Kinri liable, winner ol at dam a thoroughbred f.lucolu King Is a rich Hob Tall will make the eeason of bay, lull l'l hands am) has heavy mutiii anil i." to Insure n IIvIol' colt. more than M Miie tie. tall. Ilo Is four jea-- s old and a No. I sadii r. rowr.i.t.. 10 l 1st ilam by Star t win orCflhMI'i Islidle horse Will stand tit the low prlpo of I LINCOLN KING, ' Dtnmark, ion of Welling- I will htnnd In Crab On-han- l the season of $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I FIELD OFFICER An officer captain and general major, ant-colonel lieuten- and colonel. Defenbes constructFIELDWORKS ed of earth or logs and earth for temporary uses. FLAG OF TRUCE A white flag carried by an officer sent to communicate with the enemy. FLYING ARM Y Applied to cavalry which is always in motion, eitbor with or without artillery trained to swift evolutions. FLYING COLORS Flags unfurled and waving in the air. FORCED MARCH A very rapid march. GARRISON A body of troops stationed to defend or control a town or to defend a fort or camp. GRAND GUARDS The main guards in front of an army or camp to meet attack, distinct from camp guard. GRENADE A small shell thrown by hand and disebniged by a time fuse. GUARD MOUNTING Ceremony of iubtallation and placing a camp guard. GUIDON A small flag or streamer carried by each company of mounted troops ; really a compauy battloflag. An artillery soldier GUNNER whoso dnty it is to mauago and discharge cannon. HONORS OF WAR Privileges allowed to aarribon on surrendering. HORSE ARTILLERY Artillery which generally servos with thocavalry. HOSPITAL FLAG Flag used to destguato location of hospital or api balance. GUN DECK OP A BATTLESHIP. A soldier below the grade of noncommissioned officer. PROVOST MARSHAL Keeper of PRIVATE military prisoners. A regimental QUARTERMASTER officer in charge of clothing, forage, fuel, quarters, etc. REAR GUARD A body of troops protecting the roar of an army in retreat. tioned1. REDAN A simple fleldwork, shapMajor P. P. Johnston, Lexington. ed like a V. C. P. Garrett, Hopkinsville. REDOUBT A small fort, of vary-inM. S. Scoville, Lexington. shape, for toinr rary use. Henry Watterson, Louisville. REGIMENT Tho largest permanent John B. Atkinson. Earllngton. association of soldiers. It is commanded Charles T. Ballard, Louisville. by u colonel. William J. Hendrlck, Frankfort SHOULDER STRAPS Narrow straps with insignia of rank of officers. W. G. Welch, Stanford. SHRAPNEL Thin sided shells conJohn Young Brown, Louisville. taining smnll balls. John W. Lewis, Springfield. SKIRMISH A slight flght botwoen B. G. Witt, Henderson. small or dotaohed parties. S. A. Denham, Williamsburg. SKIRMISHERS Soldiers in loose General Roy Stone, Washington, array, covering the front of an attack- I). C. ing column or a line on tho defensive. G. E. Johnson, Louisville. SLASHING Trees out and leftfto John W. Yerkes, Danville. 4 lio as they fall for an obstruction to tlio Henry Burnett, Paducah. movement of troops. R. C. KInkead, Louisville. SPY A porson in disguiso seeking C. U. McElroy, Bowling Green. information for tho enemy. James G. Black, BarbourvlIIe. SQUAD A few soldiers. Thomas S. Pettlt, OwenBboro. STAND OF ARMS A complete outJ. M. Atherton, Louisville. fit for one soldier. M. H. Crump, Bowling Greon. STAND OF COLORS A siuglo flag J. C. S. Blackburn, Washington, or guidon. .). C. TROOP Unit of cavalry and correDouglas Putman, Ashland. sponds to company in infantry. TROOPER A private ill cavalry. Andrew Cowan, Louisville. VEDETTE A sentinel detached in J. Stoddard Johnston, Louisville. front of s, picket post. Alex P. Humphrey, Louisville. g "Railroads The Greatest Source of Development, and How Best to Employ It." "Good Roads Essential to Progress $10 TO INSUBS A LIVING COLT. and Prosperity." Money or rash note will Is? required when a "Administration of Justice Its Decolt Is obtained. lays and Costs." liable lllnl la one of the greatest Miow hortes in "Reform In Commercial LawB As- Kentucky, m hl record In In'JI will attest. Asa signments, Commercial Paper, Mort- breeder of Hoe, good colored, high ntyled colts he is ummriutiM'd. gage Liens." "Land Titles How to Expedite the Marrsfrom a distance will 1st furnished gravt after May I at ill Ml r month ami I unit he paid at Settlement Of." the rcmoYal of the mares. It was then agreed that the followCaro will bo taken to pretelit aeihlents and ing named gentlemen should bo Inbut will not lw nt!ioiisihle should any occur. vited to attend the convention and de- Parting with or remoxl of nurcs forfeit tho lumi. K. I' WOODS, Sta ford, Ky. liver speeches on the subjects men- ranee. llv-In- l)eniiiark, son of Miller' Denmark. Kagle lllnl will nuke tho of IMto at lila stable 1 miles Wert of Manfonl on the Sbulhy City pike at the extremely low price of 5bnwGGAa Lexington and I'haeton. greatly In make like his famous site, whose beaten by threo inllo record has onl by his son, Drake Cart r. a full brother of Concregan. He Is woll put up. lias the muscles and quarters of till tho liest descend-antand formerly made tho of season at tS'K. Owing to the times I will stand him at Ih-ui- i H will also stand my lino Jauk, v RICHARD BIBB, bono and action. Noib Lincoln King' d.im was tho dam of V. L Hvuiih' great show marc, Huma, and his grauddam produced as many winners as any rnaro In tho country. Mares Lrrn7fd it S' imp tm.niii nnm int.. en to tirovent accident but not responslblo should any (K'cur. On the mnio terms as Lincoln King. Ho Hay, 10 hands, bj Ten Urocele. Flrt dam will servo a limited number of mares. Ho Ho combines the blood of Is black, with mealy iMilnts. by l'ellow I'lay and has flow He Is (fleiicof, g $5 to Insure a Li vingColt. I will w. n. oiuhpmy, Stanford, Ky. -e, also stand the fine, joung Jack. Dorsey GoiEust, Standard, No. Ground Squirrel, Iteautlful Chestnut rorrel; no white. Sired ny mo renowned niack Njulrrel (thu great-enlro of fancy priced saddlers living ) Flrnt dam .Jos'le Uniltcr No. 0:, by On Time. No. 74ft. Second dam bv Stonewall Jnckbon 72 Third dam by'KIng William (17 1'ourth dam by Cthlaii, thoroughbred. Fifth dam by Oliver, thoroughbred. Ground Squirrel U it very lino chestnut sorrel colt with with fine iimnu nnd tail, which he carries as near tMirfectlou as a liorso can. He has been very successful In chow rings, having been shown l times In IMMl and lhi7 and won 1ft blues and one red. and tho only time he was defeated was b Star, Ho has lino, high iicllon In Thotntor. all his gaits nick, trot, walk ami canter. halter-show- n This colt Is no Htiiwl-ttll- l. horse, but when you put a saddle on him he Is an good as they grow. You run see by his pedlgico ho Is it very fancy mitl highly bred colt and out that will hlir fumy, high-tailsuddlers, tho Klml lh.it sell. lie will servo u few mares at mv furm four miles from Dam-Il- l on Djmvllfw ,: Stanford plko at hlgh-ael-Ing. ed M titI rMlrtt.w. Lit l.f ltmwhnr. m - li Print!!. s.. If wvaiaaiwiat in 'j 2nd, bo by I'rlnce. 1st. an Imported Jack, owned by Adams & Alford D.im n tluo Jon-nowned by Allen A. Ileatty, uf Clinton Co Ho will make thu scit-soal CLINTON, JR., ut $7 to G Insure si Living Colt O. II. SI NO I.ETON, CitAii oitaiAim, Ky. tsjlld dark hay, r, hands and welit1ia;i,Mllit, Kull brother to ltelle 'i l'.iJ, untrained, hut A ttsteil breeder of rouiblnrd lloadsteia and lUsteni horses of iis'rlor attlon, sUe, stylo aiidsts A i lata of liorxs. that sell nadlly for goodprli ill make the present season at lUi.'. Fly Caro taken to prevent tivldi'tits but not responslblo should any occur. S10 To Insure A Living Colt. ' Roscoe, a Good Jaok, at $5 to Insure Colt. SAMBO. I will st.iml my lino onu; Jack, Knnilsi, at my MaMu near Moiel.ind this season al, Young Pedro 4G961, A. J. 0. C. The Inbred joung 1'edm Hull A. Y. C, C, No. li!,WI, hy old Pedro No. .1.IH7 Iho Klnic ol all JlO.Otiland has to hist usl It 85 test-e- d il.iilhlirs wllh reisinls that ateMgeour 18 hs , 40 $3 to ttiiNurc a JLivlnjj Colt. SjiiiUi is ly .hsi lllui klmrii, Jr , il.iin Son Kant's liwi.irt(il Jennit. Ilo Is I "JJ hands high; line Isme lid has imien to Isui mire fmd getter, I'.irttes Hi leretted nui.Keo twuof Idatsill at my place As I Is lletc tli;ii;l lute mi uxtruoiilluary X'"l nude J.uk aiiukn this luiv prkv, in onkr tint Ilia stiple gem rally, may U'comu iiiiulnl(s vt lift his breeding. will At my plauionSituriUy, Sst., 3, lsW, Kite J'i In koM for the lsst rolt hy him. hlaekjaok, 13 hands AlsD.lumls), ntine'J.yiMir-olhUli, will sent" a fiiw gool tiures free. I Mill also ut thcKiniK plmvunJ shy ylvu HM In gold for Ills beat rolt. v 11.11. KINU.Mornland, Ky. 1 d and grand sire of ni ttsttsl daughter, 17 dim liif.mw ivdio Mnjoram, pro mbliii nnv at World's fair, and test of 17 lbs, 0 oi , in Miren diys with first tHi This oim Tmu i.u IsMstoln eoinlilnalloii of butlir prislurliiK qualit ties iueiwlled If ipi tiled. WJth etery triM 1,9,1. ml ho eoiubities the IiIimhI of the Worll's Fair riiatiiilon lVdr.htoket!l fith, the great Hurotaa o Youiirf IVsIrn i lbs-1- 2 averairlni: io to Insure a Living Colt Ilea retained on nil colts until season Is n.ild. anil uIhhi n mini ,.ii ,.i..... or disposes of hN martt In any way, tile season ff.lU due. S'eo this colt before you breed A. b. uu.MJLEY, Danvillk, Ky. A ? .ZV NoTB. ner iiiosinoiu nam Iinisirtel It. Mis, ulw. the liett Inhrtsl letor lliuo hull latrno, .Vita, ond uuuliiKaa the) do Ihmiiah rhan- (im bolli shim In heavy l.tittra iiiaLen and prire -i.e noiiieHtioii a a producor of tyiiiuui,iiuciiii superior milkers Mtolilaaanaei. and buttertow ftrrlc'e Kec $5. V. ltKII. Kt.inford, Ky. lienlsuglite 'Ifr'lV'.r "'u' """.nil 'Jn.l. 15 sy.,a, Mnjoram ni 1 Sheep THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. C. Shears at Warren it Shanks'. HOME and farm mixed paints. Best' V. B. McHoberts. in the market. I SM&BSKM ' in i iiiTTWHI - Wo would like to save Auction! Monday, MayUth. Danks Gentlemen you money on your Spring suit. Sevthe Jeweler. , May 6, 1898 erance it Sons. Sample lot of Jap robes at wholesale Walton, Business Manageh. prices. B. K, Wearen & Son. g'-eu- prlco but quality that determined the cheapness of an article. We sell the beet goods only and at Drug l'enny'H reasonable prices It is not Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. W. II. BltAUY and eon, Jim, are in Louisville. Mils. J. A. Phillips, of Liborty, was here Wednesday. Miss IIaciiel Allison 1b visiting hor sinter, Mrs. Mary llurch. Mils. Maky McKp.k, of D.tnvlllo, Is visiting at Hon. K. C. Wurron's. Mks. Michael Scanlon, of LouU-vill- a. Is with Miss Ella Wright. J. II. HivrcilINOs Is now doing store keeper duty at Traylor's distillery. Mil II. H. Gkntky Is up after a 10 days spell of cold and malarial fever. MltS. TfKNKIt and Littlo Elizabeth Carpenter are visiting In Louisville. Mks. Geokok P. TalmimaN and son, of Maysllck, are visiting Mrs. Fannie Fioht. Peyton Petrcy, a patriotic . citizen, and a Sweed named Tyler, a UniiiONS, kid gloves, fans, parasols Spanish sympathizer, fought at Otten- In t variety. Severance ft Sons. holm after a hot discussion about tho BRICK. Messrs. Pence it Greening war a few days ago. Tyler had an ax- are getting dirt to make another kiln handle and Petrey a pistol, but strange to say neither was hurt, none of the of brick. several shots striking Tyler. They NEW Wall Paper of the lntestsprlng will be tried before Judge Bailey this styles. Prices made to suit tho pur- morning. chaser. W. B. MeKoborts. The 43d annnal session of tho KenFKOZEUP Refrigerators, Ice Chests, tucky State Medical Society will be PermaFreocrs, Water Coolers and Kubber held at Maysvlllo May Horo at Warren it Shanks'. nent Secretary Dr. Steele Bailey Is sending out programs which show t.iat Foil SALE. A nice, newly painted, the society will discuss many impor second-hanbuggy and harness. Bar- tant subjects. Dr. J.G. Carpenter is gain. For tho cah. Noel it Son. down for n paper on Induction of PreAWool. J. W. Christian it Co., thro' mature Labor for Wm. Morclnnd, will pay lbuminuria to save their audit, you tho highest market price for your INSANE. Miss Abby Da 11-1d 1 ua ill ii 11 11 11 11 n 11 1 1 1 1 11 t'wnw 1 : 1 n Ni j i 1 S A good stock of I Neuro-Kotinit- ls Eye-sigh- t. &' vis was tried before Judge Bailey andu jury Wednesday on u writ of lunacy The hill boys and the public school team will cross bnts ugain this after- and declared Insane. She lived in the tV noon at .1:30, at the public school MeKinney neighborhood and is nbout A 40veaisold. Sho is not violent, but grounds. was not in condition to be brought be Dre-f- c Green. Lost by little Wray Lynn a string fore the court. Sho Imagines somebody Miss Lizzie Gokmley, who has of umber beads. Keturn to Telephone Is after her all tho time to kill her. An been hero for somu time, returned to Exchange and receive rcwurd. Mies officer will tnko her to tho Lexington Crnb Orchard yesterday. Nettle Wray. Asylum today. A Mils. T. U. Bhyan and children, of tP you to Is time for Gentlemen Guakds Demanded. By a strange Owcnsboro, arrived Wednesday to vis take that Winter underwear off. See oversight tho writers for this column it Mrs. A. W. Carpenter. Sevneglected to mention the raid on tho Oil M. C. Heath, of Richmond, our lino of Summer underwear. erance it Sons. toll gate nearest Huslonvllle on the pent several days with his daughter, one Huston villc pike, Danville Mrs Allien II. Severance Makshal SHANNON, of Crab Oreh-- , thinking and other had done so. the was 111 of kidIt the Cait. T. K. Bihh Is very ard, brought John WIU Welch, a -- ! m -j p.KlW raid, so much so that .BiAj ney trouble at tho homo of his jail yestcrduy, charged with a a very orderly to G?4iRgyif.iiyiTWiiKT'iif-rj- i the gate keeper, Mr. John Greening, M. Owens. Sheriff S. very disgusting offense. wus not awakened. The pole was reMIL AND MKS. K. S. MAKT1N. Of Tuesday evening after IIOKRiliLE. E. A. WHITE, of Hubble, bus bought moved and a note loft that if any more 11 rod bond, were registered at the Fifth gute, toll was demanded dynamite and lire dark MlssClora Ann Gibson, an orphan the county right for Wise's patent Avenue Hotel, Louisville, Tuesday. MISS KMMA IlUNN, accompanied by which Is both simple and cheap, and would be used. Not wishing to run the girl, appeured at tho home of Tom risk of cither, Mr. Greening declined S nub at Kowland and said that yonng Ben Kd Howe, wont to Huslonvllle this will begin canvassing at once. to collect any more and Tuesday Pres- Armp Broaddus bad brought her there. Adair News. week to visit friends. A PEKIPATETIC photographer has ugouy Ji'ikh: K. G. Williams, of Mt. Ver pitched his tent on tho Philips jiossos-slon- s ident Wm. Warren carao to to.vn and Stie was suffering great Finally and And wo are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of she of doors. made tho necessury affidavits to secure kept going out non, will bo chairman of tho Fourth and will catch guards. Judge Bailey took time to told Mr. Smith that she would die if on Lower Main Annual Elocutionary Contcet hero June your shadow at three for n quarter. thoroughly examine tho law in the he didn't send for u doctor. Thinking 17. r T a home and H. C. Messks. X. L Baknktt Don't fall to oe prepared to pay your premises. He had not fully decided on he could case hor pain with boon visit- account at this olllco when you como to his nctlon yesterday, but will likely go preparation he began to fix a dose. In Ellison, of Somerset, have ing Mi . J. H. MoAUster and Miss Huth court Monday. This means you if you to the scene and Unci out tho situation. tho mean time tho girl had gone out Then It Is possible ho may negotiate again and after waiting for eome time Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete line of KIlUou. owo for your paper or anything else. with Mr. Warren for the rent of the he went to find hor. He heard a baby the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. Mils. Nannie W.Owkns bus bought A KOKT of lino peanut candy, from gate, which would bo cheaper than crying in the yard and on investia home near Hedgevllle, Boyle county, strongly supplying guards. gation found the young woman had givand orders hor paper changed to that which "old glory" lloats, and window of garrisoned, ornaments the en birth to a child on the ground and Tin: Old Maids have held their con- was in a horrible condition. He sent Ed m s ton's Kandy Kitchen and Is quite Mil A. II. Cunningham, the Chat-Hel- d vention, told their experiences at the for a neighbor's wife, who succeeded a curiosity. it Woods Paper Co's. olevor oxiHinso of numerous young ludies and in stopping the How of blood and getwas here Wednesday from IN order to catch up with orders that gentlemen, resolved that the odium of tolerably fair shape. Cincinnati. have been piling in, J II. Baughman old maid does not attach till 49 years ting the mother In The girl, who is but 14 years of age, sons, it Co., havo had to run their mill day MKS. W. M. BllUJHT, with hor huvo been lived and adjourned, ufter GibThomas and Morrison, and Miss Flor- and night for the past week or so, and passing through tho rejuvenating ma- was raised by the late Sherrard again son. When his widow married m ence Myers loft yoslorday to visit Mr. still they aro far behind. chine and belngmadeyoungund beauti- ri. irlrl wnnt to live elsewhere. She Yeagor In Louisville. W. J. A TALK with Mr. John S. VanWinkle ful again. The largest crowd of the year claims that Will Broaddus i the auMkssus. J. F. HOLDAM, W. F Shersaw tho beautiful young girls disguis thor of her ruin and her extreme youth idan, J. B. Guntry, llurch Buehanau, over his now telephone lino to Danville proved that it is In tine condition. It ed as old maids by tho use of paints makes tho offense a very grave one. Armp Broaddus and Dr. J. M. s and tho dressos their The child Is living and promises to do took In tho Derby vVednupduy. Is probable that rales over It will be used to wear and listened with delight so. lino. Waltek SalNDi:ks Hiatt, former- lower than over tho other We can supply with Carpets; Mattings, Shades, Lace to their tales of woe. Miss Mary Bruce Since tho above was written, Cou nty m ly of this county, wires from Norfolk, L. it N. brought tho Lebanon presided, Miss Katie Lee Yeagor was Curtains, Porticrres, Draperies, Curtain Poles, i!tc Our The G. B. Cooper was sent for and he m that ho has succeeded In enlisting as company to Junction City for Lexing- secretary, and both made excellent of- Clerk of tho girl. She "chief yeoman" and assigned to duty ton Tuesday mid took up cars for tho ficers. Miss Yeuger's experience win took the deposition lnys her troubles entirely on Will KV0 on tho coast dofoiico boat, M.ipl. of moving of tho Barbourvllle and very amusing, while that of Miss Stel- Broaddus, states tho origin of it and tons. companies to tho same point. la Ballon kept tho audience in a broad upon the strength of her statement u Mies. O. C. KKLLKIt. J It., loft for 5 grin all the time. Her take offs on the warrant was Issued against the young THE members of Capt. S. M. DunWashington City Tuesday to sue hor Is the place to select your Umbels. Velvets, or Moquette. These goods young pooplo were very Ingenious and hands of the husband, who-- o hoalth is not good. She can's company at Lancastor were order- greatly enjoyed. Misses Nannie Van' man and placed in tho below the age we furnish to you ready to put on the iloor for less than others ask for girl Is wont via Norfolk and tho Potomac ed to report there last night prepared devoor, Esther Bureh, Mary Phillips, sheriff. As the rc the Carpet not made. of consent, the offense is regarded as morning nt S. They will to move this river. Bessie Menefce, Mary Noel and Clara rape. m MKS. T. A. KICK and Misses Anne go via the K. C. and Purls to the Mershon also had funny experiences, Deputy Sheriff's J. C. Lynn and C. B. Shanks and Dollic MeKoborts wont to Lexington Camp. Miss Burch in addition gave a parody Owens arrested the young man yesterLouUvllle Wednesday morning, tho THE second trial of George Koweoy, on Longfellow' celebrated poem and brought him to town, when former to buy furniture to go to house- for the murder of Francis Klzer, began Miss Mershon an excruciating solo. All day and Judge Bailey granted him ball In $.00 keeping at Cumberland Gap. at Danville Tuusduy. Only 10 jurors the young ladles looked and acted like Monday. His mother, Armp Miss Glascock wont to Lexington could be obtained in Boyle and the tho much abused class they represent- tJ appear Curtain Poles 15c each Shades at all prices Fino line of Rugs, Call Broaddus and J. II. Swopo signed for yesterday but will return In a day or sheriff had to go to Mercor to complete ed and all did themselves credit. A before buying. case returned home. The two to Lancaster, whore she will give the number, which was secured Wed- - Hag drill, In which nearly a score of him and be does not bastardy, but that a minstrol performance with the young nosduy.eourt ud journlng while tho sher- young beauties In evening dress, went Is only for bar any other proceeding. A very ungentlemen of that town. ladies and iff wiit, gone. The testimony was about through many evolutions with tho pre- fortunate fcatifrc of the affair Is that Mil and Mks. B. N. Kollkk are the same as before. cision of trained soldiers, was a beauti- tho defendnnt was married Wedncsduy d boarding at tho Shelton House at ful performance and elicited much ap- to a daughter of Mr. John J. Moore, DlKKCTOKY. Miss Nettle Wray, of until they move to Llvlngston.and C25' plause. Miss Harriet Wellington Glas- who will, of course, bo brought Into unMr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks uro moving tho Telephone Exchange, bus had 11 cock, who fa the personification of pleasant notoriety nnc be mado to sufInto the house on Logan Avenue they largo number of cards, 1x20, printed grace and beauty, gave a pretty fancy fer, no matter whether tho charges aro giving tho names of tho telephone subvacated. dance and thereby showed that she is true or not. Mil John Menkkki: and MUs Li..le scribers In town and the names of all us versatile as sho Is clover. To hor Is Crutehlleld, who eloped Sunday night, tho olliees reached by tho connecting due tho credit of a very successful und ASSIGNEE'S SALE had no trouble In having tho knot tied lines, as well as tho advertisements of pleasing entertainment. Sho is u wonOf Very Valuable and DeMrablo at Knoxvlllo Monday and returned leading business houses in Stanford. derfully gifted young woman in personus big etui Tuesday morning as happy Walton. Nows has boon received al charms as well as in artistic talent & Uowcrs. of tho death of Mrs. Susan Walton, and her visit hero this ttmo has added Shelton, Jil, pastor Kev. William wlfo of James B. Walton, at Louisa, to the high esteem in which sho is held of tho Baptist church at Slador, Mo., As assignee of tho estate of It. f. Pierce. of the young sis- Vu., of paralysis. Sho was tho mother by our people. Tho names I will on stopped over to sou his father and who took part aro us follows: Frank ladies B., Thomas and ter at tho College Tuesday night as ho of Jamesformerly of Danville,J.and was Misses Esther Bureh. Mury Bruce, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1898 Baptist convention Walton, was en route to the devoted Mary und Muggle Noel, Liccio Beazley, County Court day, at the most excellent woman, door at Norfolk. to the mother and an earnest christian. Neith- Pearl Burnsldo, Nunnlo Vandoveor, in Liberty, Ky., sell at public auction estate hlchcst and best bidder, all the real er of the sons was present at her Lilllo Peyton, Lena Bruce, Mnry conveyed to mo as assignee LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Mershon, of said Pierce Bessie Woods, Clara death, but tho last named arrived in aforesaid, vl: A new. threo story frame building known THY delicious butter scotch at Kundy time to attend tho burial. Mrs. Walton Besslo Monofce, Mary Phillips, Janio as the now past Wearen, Katlo Leo Yeagor, Stella BalKitchen. was about 75. Her husband, long survive, as he Is seri- lon, Kittle- Burnsldo. Mr. George Elof lloorlng 80, can not Just received u car load lis mado a good Intekioh journal ously ill of softening of tho brain. public ,piar'. and coiling. A. C. Slno. reporter and as a bloomer girl Jim located on tho corner of tho U" rooms, well The North Jellico Coal Co., of Grays, Sauiley wiw out of sight. Tho orches- In Liberty, Ky., containing finished and conveniently arrungtd. a largo LaNDKETH's seeds In paper and bulk. C. S. Nleld, general manager, has 511 me. gardens and composed of Mr. and Mrs. Al G. stoore room located In sploiuIlUund never tra, ! Now and fresh. W. B. MeKoborts. stable attached, with u adopted a costly method of advertising, Huffman, B. II. Danks and George fulling wtill In the hotel building. which at the same time Is a very excelCheap for cash; good second-hand- , furnished tho music and did it Also a two story frame storo house 20 by 50 feet 011 muno lot. wagon. Noel it lent one u map. On ono side Is a col- well. broud tiro, Will cover more space and Ten tracts of farming and timbered lands, ored map of tho world with direct bearSon. aggregating The soldiers at Lexington will have ing on tho points most important in tho THEKE arc 10 prisoners in jail horo wnr, and on tho other is a map of Cuba plenty to eat for awlillo at least. Connow, l.'J from MeKinney and two from and its surroundings in very largo pro- tracts have been lot for beef, 12,."00 lvlng within threo miles of the town of LibHarlan county for portions. Then there uro ho Hags of pounds; bread, 12,500 pounds; navy erty. K v. Somo of these tracts uro Green farming lands. A full stou-- of Spain, Cuba and the United States, tho beans, 1,500 pounds; potatoes, S,000 lllver twttoins, and tinelying ImmediatelyAlso Than any other upon this maiket Wo Invite full Inspection on lots, MONDAV, May 0th, wo will auction jHiunds; onions, 2,000 pounds; cabbage, two or three town In Llburtj. Kv. names, dimensions and capacity and the public stpiaro our stock of Jewelry, Silverware, ite. 2,000 pounds; coffee, 1,100 pounds; suproperty will bo made Tho Jowelur. cost of the warships on both sides, gar, l,i)00 pounds; salt, 400 pounds; upon a sale of thisslvmonths. bonds will bo Seats for ladles. Danks, tho credit of of the army and navy, a descriprules of the purchaser with approved black peppor, 25 pounds; eoap, 400 requiredbearing day of Fa IK and very warm weather has tion of Cuba and a recital of her wrongs pounds: candles, 4U0 pounds; lueon, sale until paid, legal a Interest from on tho and lien retained mercury and many other interesting matters 1.&00 pounds; vinegar, 100 gallons nrovallcd all tho week, tho property old as additional securltj for the E. P. Woods bold in Cincinnati u lot payment of the purchase money, going up into the bOs. Cloudy weather Tho company has our thanks for a copy G A PKF.WITT, cattle at 5e and somo hogs and Tight rains wore predicted for lust of the valuable document which Is of 1,500-lb- . Assignee of K. T. Pierce :ij to :uio. 21x28 inches in sl.e. night and Friday. m wool. Declaked S p m aonereci oy any store. JBouernt witn tne casn Ivious to the tariff advances, I am prepared tol 1 .'It Negro, v. yi w sm&mwB., SP1II G IS I f HEBE PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, m m !! m m xt-olllc- u. I CRAIG & HOOKER'S. Wmmmsm'amimm&ffiimm$ims HOUSE CLEANING TIME ! house-kecpers grand-mother- ! Mid-dlosbo- ro Carpet sample Department i Lace Cartaiijs 75c to$6. i SEVERANCE & SONS. How-lan- 1 i; Town Lots lands eourt-houso 1 11 11 El-ki- n, Produce of all kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. ii EXCHKNGG H0T6L -- De-Bo- rd MASTIC MIXED PAINT 11 two-horo- o About 800 Acres, sufo-koopln- g. WEAR : LONGER. k Lead, Oil And Colors Also In Stock. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. .- - h .nf-a- ? tn mt BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. McKINNEY. IN MEMORY SALLIE C. PEYTON. 4:30 A. M., Sulllo C. - If fi I' I; t. I. j.c.jrfcCijAY I t J''i'o SWW mm -. Highest Departed this life on April 20th, at mnrket iirlen. SeM me before VOU sell. .1 Peyton, daughter 1 FOR SALE. II. noose, Stanford, K'y. of Miles and Marj Peyton. Tho deA lot In Mnri'luntl Station, ceased was 10 years- of ago and had been tuiiluhomo mill no Ivy :i0, tuontortf lituti. tho building rvxTslioiieaTMaodaya oja.4X"rld.o.v BOUND TO SELL, a consistent christian for 10 years, hav Ntory titled up for duelling, aultttljlo for ATing become a member of tho Christian uninll family mid n Mdu litilldlnp 11 by (10, All those Malta Cultivator, corn erllit. Wnro room nnd wilt shed, well IN ADViVNCffi 3C I? Mlt Allthoto Hall hearing Deerlng mowem, church by confessing her faith In Christ arranged for a general store, liavo been sull-IAll those Hnll bearing Deeiing binders, from 815,000 to $20,000 worth of rood t when a small child, when tho church will lo charged. When not sopa.dsS2.GO All thosu nice working Deerii'g hny was under the pastorate of Elder W. annually, U olTored for sale. rakes, II. Givens. Tho funeral services wcro All those uurtt looking hugc'icf, older sister. All those ,olId Onk Miltt Furniture, conducted by Elder W. II. Dlckcrson, John Baugh has sold his property of ANo a good ntovk of goods at prime cot. All thoio cross rowing corn plnnter. Nlcholasvllle, at tho church where I'ntU the liotcu and good lire told In n recently purchased of W. II. Davidson All of those nt D. h. CAKl'KNTEK'S. TIMEGSED. she was a member. A large concourse bulk. I will sell good for canli at alxuit rust. HtiHionvlllc, Ky. to Charley T. Owens for 82S7.50. Tho of relatives aud friends were there to The house will lo rented after tho 1Mb of place couslsts of four acres and a fair pay mid the gootU oId at miction, July KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. their last respects to ono who was of price dwelling of live rooms, with necessary returning so richly deserving. It. II. KINO. Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. in , outbuildings and is situated pear tho Moreland Station. Kv. at 4: 23 in. The following resolutions were read Mr. cnnntrv in the South end of town. In behalf of tho church S. S.und choir: KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Baugh will move to the Kent ao Acres. Whkhkas, It has pleased tho AlL'ualkk In Train going North on the Middleburg pike, ThursNo. I will rent the place for tbU year, flood iSSE mighty God to take from us our belov- home of 0 room, good bain, good 1210 am day, then Mr. Owens will take possesapplu No! 25 " " South ed sister In Christ, aud although we orchard. About 10 acre for coriij partlv 12, ptu " No. 23 " sion of his new homo and move Into It. broken, flood gurdeu. partly planted, uji deplore her loss by death, yet, be It For alllPolnts. Charley Crow bought of Mrs. P. W. nml looking line. IrUlt l'otatoe all planted. Resolved, That we do bow in humble Balance In gri.t. O T, McHoiiehth. Ill UOMGH TICKETS SOLP. and Green a vacant lot on Main Street lire. NAGUAGE CHECKED THROUGH. The Senato has passed what should within the next few hours sold to J. H. submission to divine will, realizing For anj Information enquire ol have been a law all the time, permit Vnnhnnlt for $i0. maklns:. ho says, a that our loss Is her eternal gain; and JOE S. MCE, Agent, we do extend our sympathy to the bo Stanford, Ky, ting Individuals to put a one cent stamp fair profit In tho deal. H. D. McClure, Undortakor, reaved ones. od a card for mailing. George E. Alford and D. S. Rlffo aro 1. She wus Intellectually bright and Hustonville, Kentucky FRANKFORT AP CINCINNATI. good-byWhile bidding his mother adding some Improvements to their life" bcloro STANFORD, KY. VIA GEOUOfcTOWN. preparatory to leaving for the war, property, thereby setting a good exam- had a beautiful and bright Offers hit terriers to thi of West Lincoln JL..M r- "and Casey counties. X. M. . M. James Allen, of Columbus, O., fell ple for other citizens to foljow. John her, having graduated very recently tttalwarson band Full stock ol Col&usaud Cask- Arl2M 200 Ltc Somerset, receiv820 dead of heart disease. " 1131 D. 8. Car(euter. Manager. ' Jet. City, 315 Baugh will begin at once tho erection from tho common school hero,only 6 SO 9 35 4 50 05 Arr Georgetown, Lt 6 30 ing high honors, being the one Frank Nitlre, of Bloommgton, 111., Is of a nice resldenco on his farm adjoin800 " Kranklort, " 1155 .20 who was at the time successful enough o 5 SO dangerously ill from eating a biscuit ing Carley Epperson near town on the 8 40 Arr Paris 6.10 to finish tho prescribed course and rough on rats, which his Middleburg pike. DallxexcePtSundarcDBEKCAWO .A. containing u certificate of graduation. TINNING & PLUMBING, wife set out the night before. Living Bowman Smith has gone to 2. Sho was rich In friends. Sho was Thomas Hays, of St. Claire, III., ston, where he is negotiating for propQUEEN & CRESCENT. STANFORD, KY., went u whole week without eating erty with the Intention of locating. E. never slothful In duty to God and the Trains pass Junction City as follows: church during tho whole 10 years of la now prepared to do all kliult of Plumbing 3 51 p m rather than let his friends know he was F. Moss and E. W. Coleman, representNo. 1 South .... 12 02 p in No. 2 North and Tifinlng. Solo proprietor of Dean's 3 21 am " 12 02 n in No. 3 " "4 " sick and in a destitute condition. ing N. D. Thompson &. Co., St. Louis, her service to Him. Seemingly sho Illack Diamond Itoof I'aint. Telephone No. No. 5 " 1131am " 6 had consecrated her life to His cause 20, residence Shop on Mill St oppnUe J B 00am 8 20pm Dr. David W. Yandell, ono of the aro here introducing the OF BROOKLYN. "10 No. 9 " and 10 run no further finest surgeons In the country, died in and though young and surrounded by It. Uaughman & Co ' Mill No and 2 do not atop. Bible, which is one of the best than Junction City. Louisville Monday night aged 72. He works that we have noticed. Eugene worldly galty she had no pleasures out: served through the war in the Confed- Reld. of Danville, wus visiting at E. side her christian duty. Sho was au DR. R. W. uctlvo member In church, In Sunday erate army. Royal makes the food pure. D. Kennedy's this week. Mrs. W. R. Co., Scotland. wholesome and delicious. , Tom Newson, a Perry county "bad Davidson, of Somerset, is with her school and in tho choir. Church, your HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & KOUNDltD ;aoo. man," is wanted for robbing his mother-in- daughter, Mrs. Charley L. Crow. Mr. ranks are becoming numerically weakSURGEON, -law of 85, a part of which she got Lute Tlbbals, wife and baby are spend- er, you would do well to c'oso up your for her family Bible, which poverty ing a few days with Mrs. T's father, broken ranks and grow stronger spirit- Stanford, - - Kentucky. forced her to sell. Dr. G. Moore. J. S. McClure, of Pu- ually. You have lost a valiant mem Olllce over HlggliK .V MKliincy' Storu. .STAN roltP, KY. On hearing the news from Manila, laski county, is visiting his daughter, ber. Such losses ns those are Irreparable, but remember she has gained a Judge Parker adjourned his court at Mrs. N. Humohrev. J. L. Tanner and I Lexington for a few minutes In order to A. J. Burton have been on the sick list glorious home with Christ and the C. give the lawyers and others a chance for several days past, but both aro now Father and has gone beyond this vale War between plnno dealer ha forced me to bound three cheors for Commodore Improving. John Hughes has moved of tears to bask In the presence of a to buy mr good direct from the factorlen glorified Redeemer. She has fought a and pay il cash, .mil that N why t M a Diwey. to Brad Johnson's place on Green river. It can !' bad good piano for len Albert PIngry, a school boy near T. W. Walker has moved Into his fa- good fight, she has kept the faith and any where. 011 earthmune thanfrom i?W to The Pianos Chandler, Oklahomo Territory, became ther's property South of the depot. B. has gone to receive tho crown .laid up S30"0. Organs ili and up ('nil on or (M J S KEKD. Stanford. Kr. angry at bis teacher, S. C. Bowers, be- P. Stetson, who was section foreman on for her. Wo do not and can not mourn Stanford, Ky., cause he was reprimanded, and way- the C. S. here for five years, has moved for her as we would for one without a POWDER and fatally to Walton. Willie D. Gooch, a nephew hope. She has entered Into her rich laid him with a shot-gu- n Absolutely Pure reward; she has entered into au inheriwounded him. And Is Receiving; IiIm of the writer, superseeds him A tornado at Jericho Springs, Mo., Loulsvillo, Ky., say that our word tance of rest and joy. When we think of Will any one dare Goods. destroyed many buildings, including plcturo In the I. J. a few weeks ago, of her intense and continuous sufferings ROYU rODER CO., HI YORK. for so many years aud then the easy AMERICAN & EUROPEAN serthe Methodist church in which the Immorality of some of the citizens Goods Warranted. vices were being held. The pastor was of this place und vicinity, was over- release from the same, we can think of I'JjANH. Fit Guaranteed. pinned under the pulpit and 13 of the drawn after having noticed the ac- no words that can more fittingly deA. S. PRICE, The Lnilics Restaurant Is the tlncftl in Give Him a Call. scribe tho Hitting thoughts of her mind tho city. Every convenience for Indies congrega tion wcro killed. counts of the court proceedings here Surgeon In addition to just before she fell asleep In Jesus to spending the day in the city. for tho past few weeks? Dentist, HUBBLE. awake in the resurrection. I fancy, I Gentlciun'a Cafe on olllce tloor. A.U. IaxiiM. 'tTW'ffl Jons I). Caulk!. last Saturday's legal proceedings here, hear her very soul exclaim ! B. Robinson Is up from Suburba, which was narrated in Tuesday's I. J., A. MULLICAN. Ky. J. THOMAS Stanford, tlame, "Vital spark Mannger. Tenn., buying artillery horses. the uPizen" Squire held court again Quit, oh quit of Heavenlyframe; Oflcoover Mclloberts' Drug Store In theKOwsley this mortal L. C. King sold his corn to W. H Monday, when the following gentlemen Ceuse, fond nature, ceaso thy strife, Ilulldlug. Music Tiiis li v, TuiiMil ly imlJSund.nr Evening. Traylor delivered at his distillery at of leisure were fined 820 each for "crap And let me languish into life. 82. CD to Stan- The world recedes, it disappears, shooting" and marched down INSURANCE COMPANY opens FaXTCTT, Eld. George Gowcn will preach at ford afoot to serve it out In jail. They Heaven sounds on my eyes, my ears, .DB. seraphic ring, the Christian church Sunday afternoon With were 10 In number, and all but the two Lend me your wings ! 1 mount! Illy! OF LIVERPOOL. at 3 o'clock. last, are colored. Here is the list: Oh, grave where Is your victory? Raymond Minor and wife and Grand- - Henry Trice and two sons, Andrew and Oh, death where Is your sting?" ItoUTK, father Minor, of Louisville, are visit 'Lias, Henry Anderson, "Buster" JohnThen wipe away your tears father, BHRBEE GaSTLEHdli. The Ilttt Line toatid Kmiu ing Ed Minor and family. son, George Masterson, Tim Reynolds, sisters and friends; she had sulfored work It will take 8200 to the mile to MANAdF.IW. long enough. "Peitce, Bill Gooch, lcutlNt, : Stanford, t Ky. our turnpikds according to Bpeolliea Montgomery. Will Cannon and Logan will be done, O God." be still." "Thy TOLEDO AND DETROIT are out for others Writs Office on LaDcasterstreet at Residence. All feints In Michigan. Commerce Building, Louisville tions in bills for letting them. and as Tom Nunneiley has nn awful Mr. Stanley's house was entered a Agents Turotubout Ibe outh. Fred Dowllnj:, of Crittenden county, CHICAGO. nose for prisoners, we may expect them few days ago and his pistol and razor White City Special." in at any time. . Tho good people here was partially paralyzed while whip JL. , .. Ilest Terminal .Station. taken. The same day a Negro was run U..1I ll... aunu ping his little son. It's an 111 wind that uro uetermlneu mat viuiumji-from Ben Wllmot's house, but nothing ST. LOUIS. local Ageut, sulTer If thoy insist on plying their ne- blows nobody pood. AToMlng the Tunnel is missing there. Aluminum colli ns, costing from $750 There are farious business hereabouts. Stanford, - - - Kentucky. The young men of this community BOSTON. some older heads whose actions are to $1,000, are now in great demand In have organized an Endeavor at the Waner MeepliiKlCars. noted aud cro long some stable tho United States. Christian church here to meet each being loft raids are expected, that will result NEW YORK, When You Havo a Bad Cold Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. that may astonish You want tlielt medicine that canlteoliUinn', IlufM Parlor Cars. Warner Sleeiiliuf Cars Prlsat In developments Mrs. Win. Bland, and Miss Alice Co Compartment Cars. Klettant Coaches and Din Farmers Bank&Tnist already on to their doings. and that Is Cliaiiilrltln'ii CoiikIi Keiuedy Bland will go to Lexington for a few those not In j Cars. Archie Rllle You t ant a remedy that will nut oulr gtveimltk Wade Kennedy and OK STANFOUP, KY. days soon. H. D. White, Will Walker a permanent euro. He sure your tickets read tla "HIO KOUK " went to Lancaster Tuesday to enlist In relief but etlvctremedy that will relieve the lungs You want a and James Brackett are the ones in iTuVMcCOIlMICK. WAUURS'J. LYNCH $200,000 OC Pali up C&plt&l, the convenience of the TratBc Mitr., Ass. Ceil. I'au.,A Tkt this community to leave with the com- - the army, but recognize'd, and before and kt'eivxectoratlo!i cay. GurphJ. 17,603 80 You wautn reuu-Jtelephone was that will counteract any tenCINCINNATI OHIO li.i n l fi'nni r.nnnnstoi fnt tho umiiv the young men were well on their way, dency toward iiieuiiunla By prurlsiuiis of Its charter, debitors are a f Lln LJst yeai the count-- v rnti You fully protected as are In .National Ilanks, Capt. Duncan knew that the latter one take. want a lemedy that pltvivuit and sjfe to una coin cost aoout j,uuu to worK tnem Its shareholders Ixliu lield Individually lladle to e was yet a minor, who hal not the conChaiidierUlli's CoiikIi lEemedy Is the only the extent of Ilia nniouiilof tlirlr stock luerelu at And Denier in they seem to be in worse shape than usin us., that meets nil of the rtiiilrriiiets the par Talue thereof, Inaddltlon to tlieamount In his good parents to become u ual. It seems that 85,000 are lots of mon sent of vested In suvli shares Iltnay.iai executor, remedy l famous for lis cures of bid raid HABJT33S, SADDLERY, &0. j ey to spend with no more results and if soldier, consequently a large number Thl truitev, Ac , as fully as an individual thiouxhuiit tin.. 1nitcl Mate nnd In many foieigu THE TendvrliiKOiir Ihnnkilo those who haieentrust. of Spaniards have been saved an awful countries It has many rivals, hut, for the el their husini.'ss to us, we trust they will continue STANFORD. KY. that amount was Invested us u farmer und untimely death. Mr. Kennedy, be- and permanent rum ol had eoht, stands without a if! (II to do so, and weotler n a guaraulrefor prouiptat. I'l'll'S or millwright or mechanic of any order teutlon to samoour Suyeais' oierieucu in bankhave his splendid iualltles are eeryIiore adI eraud lis ing "his own man," did not ing and as libera! aftciuuiodatloiis as are consistent pralx-with sound banking. V VVV V3 invc3ts hl money, that is for the best fond hopes crushed in such a ruthless mired and Ky. I'ur aale by CraU Ilockcr. DIXICTOKV WWWWWWWWWWWWo labor of the country, it would produce manner, and, we learn, wus registered Stanford, 1T.NETKATF.3 J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; better results. Ii seems now that such and past the first examination. Wade W. II. Ciiiumlns, rreachersvllle; J. S Owsley, Sr , will be the result of our turnpike ex- J. II. Uwsley, EIGHT GREAT STATES will not "fool" with an ordinary mils-koWilliam (iuoch, S. II. Shanks, S J. Kuiliry. us tittttT.ifTtf pariraent. Such results as we have hud THE POPULAR J. V Casl , , Kentucky, Tonnes-.nVirginia. Gi'orgln. nor a pair of Smith & Wesson's A W. Carpentt-rJ. K. Lynn, .N'ortli und South Carolina, "'"MUMi"Hl! J. N. Mfiiede. Alalia!!4' good county road and UUUIJ I1UUU SUIUU sldo arms, but will assail the enemy onn Alitlmmu, MlliliI. ..' W WO olMCtk). turnpike laws. Sampson-iaCuban soil with that famous "fj'tMJUfci S. II. Shanks, President; anciently more destructive J. II. Owsley (.anhler; weapon, C. & O. Playing Cards Owing to W M Hrlghl Teller Amertho increased demand for C. & O. Play- - to life in close combat than was ponderng Cards, the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. ica's great wurshlps with their JIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIUIIir. Itetwi'on Loulsvillo nnd tho South. V X"sfj! ous guns at Manila last Sunday. Wade jTn '" Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 FIRST NATIONAL BANK ;; decks which are now on sale at the is one of our best young men and we M shall hope for go, but OK STANl OKI), KY. TUKEE DAILY TRAINS itt?o .Miwnlx -Hotel ticket. olllce ..in Loxing- - dislike to see himJimmy Barklcy, one . ik . . i his safe return. ; j iuu, m 10 cents per uecK, tnree aecKs Each way between Louisville nnd Lexington Sunday school Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus- $15,750 tor iu cents, or Sl.iiO per dozen. These of this writer's former --A, W. A. TL'ItIC, O. V A.. also enlisted and, before this n( the public Is railed to the fact that has Attention Washington. I). C. S4f cards are 50 cent quality and will bo class,print, will be drilling to meet his this Is the only National Hank In Stanford. UnV. It. TAVLOE. A. G. P. A. I sent by mall to any address on roceli.t is in der the provisions nl the National Hank Act LouNvllle, Ky. depositors aie secured not only by the capital stwk, :: of above price with four cents per detk Spanish foe in battle. Good luck to THE DOVE OF PEACE HAS ! hut by the stockholders' liability lor an amount you, Jimmy, and remember thut your equal Hi the stock so that deposltorsof this Institufor postage. Persons remitting 81. CO m BEEN ROUTED tion are secured by a fund ol $.t0,0oi). Five sworn follows you. Luthrm o( for one do.en lots will have them sent S. S. teacher's love .O condition ol the Hank are made ! Knars statements to thoUnited m the each year Stales doveruuicnt aud Its er C. Gooch, of O. K., a young school from its long resting place by Uncle Sam's prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. assets are examined nt slated times by government cleaning. Uertns and insects need IN:! of tho writer, has Spring agents, thus securing additional and iieriect lalet Parties contemplating euchro or whist teacher, and nephew to deiKisltors. cull and en- routing from behind your wall paper in liouseclennlng time, or they will make clubs should not miss this opportunity also heeded his country's This Institution originally established as the De. company at trouble duriug the heated term. Wall paIoslt Hank ol Stanford in 1U.VS, then reorganized as to lay in a stock of line cards at such listed In Capt. Duncan's the National Hank ofSlanlont In ItC3 andngaln per is ho reasonable in nrice that everv reorganized as the I irst National Ilaukof Stanlord low rateo. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., Lancaster. one can afford to clean up and beautify NASHVILLE, TENN. in lii'2, has had practically an uninterrupted exist C. & O., Lexington, Ky. ence for 33 years. It Is supplied now rates to Lexington, Queen & iiieir wai h iroiu our exquisite hIock ol f tacllltles for transacting busluesa promptly andwlf' liba. i. a.. wall fi.i......- ?i In Its long and lionorebla erally than ver OFFICIALLY KKPKItSKNTS Crescent Route, May 4th to 7th, good ings. aud ceiling papers, tricies and edit W i The daisy did not grow in the South "F . r ".bacov, T from ull Uruia carrtr,i.'.C0ll",n n'iduali, fiduciaries, until May 10th, United Confederate Veterans, acd Individuals solicited. uru ouues untu auer tnc civil war. to return Kentucky. Theso rates acM.lmiiimiiiMiiiHiiiMiiiHr,4XV. W. WITHERS, points in DIHKCTORS. The explanation of Its appearance United Daughters of the Conftderacy, F. Reld, Lincoln Co.; WtlTWtlttlttJftlltlltlftff;! ' j. W. Haydcn, Stanford count meetings of tho Kentucky Stato e th0 8eed wu? trunsi)orted - Kentucky. The Sons, and other Organizations. Epworth Leairuo and tho Kentucky Stanford. J. S. Hooker, " T V, Hill, W. V. Walton w. A. Trlbtle, tfe tittlf tfrrff tlf tlttlf tlf tittit tft' ' ln tlie hay 8ent lvom l NortH t0 eetl and West Virginia Grund Council " J uui bub. SUirqt. J.lLColller.Crab Orcli'd M. J. Miller, lit. Vernon. a ysar, Two Samples, Four Ask agents Branch Store and Undertaking Oitfit M, D.Lluiore, tstanford. Commercial Travelers. Tife President anoolnted Insnector at TTTrTr orriCBRS. W. C. Rlnearson, S. A. CUNNINGHAM. Gen. J. C. Breckinridgo a Major Gen- - for information. J. S.lUocker, President; J. J. McRoberU Cashli V VV VtT W erui. Hustonville. Ky. j gen'l pass'r ngt., Cincinnati, O. Sfbcia- Rbjjuctiox la Clubs vrltu tut Paoei A..A. McKInney, AMistaniCitililer. -- THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL tgRMl . Circuit court at EddyviUe Is oponcd with prayer. Hon. Richard A. Spurr, a prominent Lcxingtoulan, Is dead, uged 03. Preparatory to going Into tho array, Hon. W. C. Owens has taken out a life Insurance policy for 820,000. It Is estimated that It will tuko.?26, 000 to keep up the Fayette county pikes this year. The town of Mobectle. Texas, wn nrecked by a cyclone and a number of persons were killed. John Meredith, a Uocky Hill youth, was accidentally shot und killed while hunting with some friends. Thomas Parker, of neat Corinth, hanged himself with a rope, which he had made from hickory bark. An explosion occurred in the Armour Glueworks at Chicago. Twelve lives are reported lost. The building took Mrs. Lucy J. Singleton, who recently moved from Moreland to a farm hear Waynesburg, was stricken with apoplexy two weeks ago and has since been almost as helpless us a babe. She has lost tho power of articulation and her physician says sho may not regain It. for several weeks, otherwise ho thinKs she will recover. She is our Store Room & Goods tx7-or.n.onn iwiiimU o: nf Wool wanted j ! rt ni; " PRICE, $1,200. toll-hous- e neat-tow- For ACSVE SISH LUMBHH9 " J. T. SUTTON, ui.le AND DOORS, e, - - re-col- J. X. Jones, . FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company PHENIX or lsr-p- m 3t-- tf 1 PH6LPS. Caledonian Insurance mi BAKINO R.B MAHONY.Agt, H. W .A. Tt RUPLEY, &AKIH0 ad-dre- -i. Merchant Tailor, Fall LOUISVILLE HOTEL Vlntcr W. S. BIG 4 a b -- W. TKIBBL.I, r XJlTDSEtTrAKSR!1 1 uied'-cin- -' Southern Railway .ly V jttf tTtJt:jf ttif fttitff lfl t, , Through Sleeping Cars iissssssssssss9( ! .- - . ! ! .tfttff :tjt!b.H l, vr rvr vvT r J t!i ! s:! r- , Veteran. ;tb4f4'lT4'dbtt''!l4,4' "' TT X.,, One-hal- - I I - sKisiitisiiiii WWWTW WVV VT V liitititi.44ia4ii4tM Two-Ce- VI i ' - J stUss rLA.