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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898051001 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. i SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI I. CHURCH CHATTER, i Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 10. 1898. McKINNEY. Jl -51 NO. 19 ML VERNON. LANCASTER, ur "" ' ' Two coach loads of soldiers, bound .Y There were no chu-c- h '1. services In Rev. Ur. Wnrrall, of Danville, will As we have a winter for every plant for Chlekamauga, past hero on train town lu- -t Sunday. . tVlIlt .ri.mi.Ii ...n nr.11 . I. ,x , .. C Iinil tl'OO begin ti meeting mtho Pnsbytcrla'i (E No. 5 Sundav. ' Sarvices at th Christian church tho berry winter. church at Hustonvlllo night Rev. T. II. Coleman preached to good 22d, Instead of next Sunday. On Saturday, Capt. Win. Hcrndon to continue over Sunday. auutences at the Baptist church Sunday Messrs Win. It. McClure and Ed and Mr. Win. Ward Were olected to i The Baptist convention at Norfolk i ilQcllncd to rcopon thu Whltwett con- morning and night. Rev. W. S. Grin-stea- d Cox took two prisoners to London succeed themselves as trustees of our preached Sunday nfternoon at the Thursday. Your shop Is hero. We m.ike n point of fitting people. Any ono can graded school. V troversy, which is a big victory for tlio Jim Mullliis killed his cousin on dl shoes mice. Wo sell shoes over nnd over to the sumo people. Stonily We are all for Lee and Dewey for i proHiiluntof the Southern Theological I'resbyterlan church. P. W. Green has shipped his saloon Crooked Creek. Too much whisky the president and vice trade Is the test of i shoo store. We have IoN of such advertisements president. The ... Seminary. "traps" back to Lexington and, wo are .cause of the trouble, will unite all sections and party ticket The Southern Methodist general con told, will again open a saloon in thati A gold medal contest will take place factions will not be fe'runco passed resolutions extending so bitter. already whisky cursed town. Long, here on tho evening of Monday. 10th. Misses Mary Miller and May Hughes sympathy and moral tuport to Pronl-deThev k n good deal, their shoes feel so easy and look well Alwnj-.may his business stay from McKlnney ! Admission 10 aifl 16 cents. left yesterday, Sunday, for Louisville, McKInley In the prosecution of rail on us, Master Lytic Adams has collected to attend the May Festival. Miss SalJake Hummulsteln nnd family spent the war against Spain. Tho closing exorcises of the Danvlllo Sunday In Danville with his brother, many beautiful wild (lowers this Spring lle Elkln Aili return from Elizabeth-tow- n Theological Seminary occurred Thurs-da- Sam. who Is very low with consump- to send to his sister, Miss Ida May. for The and Furnishing House, DANVILLE. KY. Government inspectors received 14 IL night, when the following gonthv tion. Mrs. Sarah Dayton is at Kings-vlll- o the Botany clans. many friends of Gov. McCreary horses, last Thursday, which had been The looking after her merchandise men were given diplomas: T. R. Best, rejoice over his line product for furth- bought by Robinson and Hamilton for business at that place. Mlllorsburg; A. M. Buchanan, Bridge-MrWe wore at Klngsiillc for an hour er political honors. Flo ha- - the love artillery purposes.' Thev bought one 111.; Charles Cantrlll, Frodonla, ! one day last week and while there told and resuect of tho people who will sup- extra good sorrel horse of Mr. Alexan IvaH.; ,. L. Carson, Mills' River, X. C: X CAlK JiJ by 10 of her responsible citizens that port him with enthusiasm. der Walker at Sl7o, supposed to be for Leslie Htidhon, Barbourvlllo; Oeo. W. We wore pleased to toad Mr. C. S. an olllcer King, Bridgeport, 111.: T. P. Marshall, whisky was being sold "right along" j In Low Prices and Good Material. An elo- On Thursday as Mr. Rice Benge gant line of Children's Suits. Marble Hill, Mo.; John S. Martin, In two places In that village without Franklin's interesting talk on the Bridgeport, III,; V. S. Smalloy, Linn. license. What's tho matter with the "Styloh" In last copy of Mt. Vernon drove a spirited horse from his stable, Signal. This department is too much he lost his hold of one line and tho angood peoplu of that town and communi111. ty? Down It, gentlemen, and down it neglected in country newspapers. imal ran rapidly across Public Square, The Installation of Rev. S. M. RanMiss Mary Williams, of Orlando, breaking loose and being caught near kin a- pastor of tho Presbyterian now. Born, to thu wife of Charlie L. Crow, visited friends here last week. Mrs. Ballon a store. Mr. Benge jumped out Flue Shoes, church here Sunday was largely atSunday morning, a boy, and Rev. W. Jane Cook aud Miss Sallle Cook visited, near the court-hous- e and his left leg tended it ml thu services were very Mrs. T. Gilpin at Brodhead. Mrs. Dick was broken just above the ankle, the Row R. E. C. Lawou, of R. Davidson is now a sure enough Miller has returned from a visit to bone protruding some distance. Dr. Springfield, delivered un excellent "grand pap." Congratulations all good-by- e to her broth- Kinnaird was summoned, and says that charge to the people, while Rev. II. C. around. Willie D. Gooeh, the new sec- Frankfort to bid tion foreman here. Is now a cltizon of er, Green, who has enlisted In the he will be in bed for a number of Suit made to order and kept In order ouo Class, of Somerset, charged the pastor vear. faithfully. Rev. A. S. MoiTett, of Leb- tho town, having moved his family here army. S. II. Martin is impiovlug his weeks, It being r compound comminulast Saturday. Reuben Glvens will residence at Maretsburg. Mr. and ted fracture. anon, preached the eormon from Ps Mrs. Fred Veager are the guests of The military and naval glossaries, 11):? and pleased his old congregation leave us this week to become a railroad Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller. Mrs. Dr. published in the last Issue of the Intebeyond measure. At ulght, Rev. Law-so- n baggage master. Kd J. Tanner and children have A. G. Lovell, Mrs. Georgle Ann Coyle rior Journal, are highly valuable to preached from Mat. 27:2 J and his J. L. rilOHMAK & Co., Danville, Ky. those who deairc to learn thu meaning whooping cough. Mrs. Tobias Doug-l- a and Miss Mattlu Williams. sermon was highly complimented. Wo made a (lying trip to Pittsburg of many terms with which they are not was stricken with paralysis Friday At the Baptist convention at Norfolk, afternoon and, up to Sunday, had not last weok and enjoyed tho hospitality familiar. The need of such InstructGo to Danville iti soon its Ktslh c and see the Handsomest Line of Va., the following olllcers were elected: e sK)ken. She is the widow of the late of the citizens of that busy ion was clearly shown the other day In Jonathan Haralson, of Alabama, Si im president, with tho-- vice pres- "Uncle Toba" Douglas, who for many town, Messrs. Anderson, Pugh and a conversation between Messrs U. D. years kupt tho tollgate on Greou River Batson have large mining interests Simpson, proprietor of the Mason idents: II. Hickman, of Georgia: C. C. there, each running line stored in con- - House, and Lewis Y. Leavel. Mr. Simp Slaughter, of Toxus: Joshua Levurlng, South of town. Later. Mrs. Tobias Douglas died ncction with the mines. Some of tho son was deploring the fact that we are In the Latest Coloring Itcds, Mom, GreeD nnd New Itluo ever shown In this State. Al- of Maryland; J. T. Hohdorson, of Tenn' o the rincst Display of New at miners were on a strike, but a large engaged In war, and said that It gave essee, and Secretaries Hurrows, of Sunday night. Will be burled number attended the silver medal con him much trouble, when Mr. Leavel tho Kason grave yard, one mllo South Georgia, and Gregory, of Maryland, test at the church Thursday evening remarked that we were far from tho Kx.Gov. Northern, of Georgia, olTered of town, on tho Green River pike. conducted by Mrs. Joseph Ison, who base of operations and that no direct Ever made South of tho Ohio Itlver. The trip will pay vou to see and know how Cheaply We failed unintentionally to mention thu following resolution, which was y was later made president of the W. C. (harm could befall him. "But", said vou can Decorate Your Iloue. You will find tho latest styles for painting unanimously adopted: "Requesting last week tho death of Mrs. John D. T. Excellent music was furnished j Simpson, "no one can tell where these houses, and all Information freely given. I'restdont McKtnley to sec thai Cuba Smith, which occurred at her homo, by the expert organist, Mr. Thompson, Flying Squadrons will light". ha the privilege of worshiping God near New Salem church, on Friday, Miss Maggie Ross All Kinds and others. Miss Capt. Duncan's company did not leave April 2!)th. Sho had for several months according to tho dictates of each man.'s Window Glass and Paint Hrushes and Art Material at past been suffering with some form of Jessie McNeil very gracefully carried on Friday as reported, but it left on conscience." The convention wa oir tho honors of the oveninir. The Saturday morning at 5 o'clock, on a enthusiastic over tho resolution lung trouble and being advanced in age she sank under It, leaving an aged recul)tl0n which was given the contest- - special train, to go Into camp at religious freedom. on (C) No. 300 Main Street. N. W 5IAY. Clghk. to mourn tho loss of a good antb '' Ir IeNel,t a brother of tho Ington. It was composed of Hi brave, The statistical rejort to the Southern silver medalist, was a most enjoyable valiant men, of this and adjoining Methodist Quadrennial Conforcnco In wife. She wan a mmnlMP of tho ."! ppL-r-V-Vvv;"..Salem BuotUt ahm-eli- . lmvlui nmffc-- . affa,r Mrs- June VanNuys, of Llv- - counties, and they will rellect credit on stolon al Baltimore shows the net '"J?""0". i visiting Mrs. C. D. Ander- - their respective communities. The 'rj' Increase In Itlnorant preachers for the ed religion many years ago, she lived son. Georgo Anderson has returned to delay gave our young ladles an oppor and died with Us comforts. She was W)2 and members four years to be Danville, after his usual weekly visit tunlty to give them a delicious supper ,! Tho present number of Itinerant burled In McKlnney on Sunday morn- to superintend his larpe mining e Inter nt tho on Friday night. It preachers Is ft.tYiU: local preachers, ing following her death. The sympathy ests. Georgo V. (ft Baker, formerly of was given in the lower hall of that JT i.tlSn; total, 11,071. The total number of a host of friends Is with the bereavPI our town, holds a good position there. building, 84 seats being provided and Tho value of tho ed father and the several children, now of members The Masonic Order is well represented an nbundance of provision. The ladles church prniorty Is Wr,000,000, an In- grown and married, but motherless. theie, as we saw several Knights who served the supper wore white ribAlvln J. Burton has been quite sick crease In four yoars of 2,000,000. They Templar charms. bons, bearing the motto, "Remember have 14,1SS Sunday schools, with for the past few days. Ho has grip and the Maine," while the Lancaster Con101.1:1') teachers aud STil.IsS pupils. heart trouble. Mrs. E. H. Hansford, of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. cert Band played patriotic airs, among This Is an increase of S2. schools, S,4.rl Somerset, Is visiting her parents, Mr. Our fcjtcck of them "Old Kentucky Home," aud till teachers and M),202 pupils. There are and Mrs. Georgo Hughes, here. Ilun-le- y James T. Mulllns and Miss Laura 'Tramp, Tramp, the Boys arc Marchu. 12(),.)S1 Gooeh has gone to Louisville, or Tuttie, popular young people of Laurel, 4Srt Kpworlh Leagues, with ing." After supper eloquent nnd enwere married last week. members. Tho church has 70 educa- near there, to work at "cucumber culthusiastic speeches were made by ft Wm. S. Alexander, a prominent lumtional Institutions, with l.bOO teachers, ture." About four acres will be culti!?--: Messrs. R. H. Tomllnson, L. L. Walkworth i 1,051, SoO vated and the fruit handled at a pickle ber dealer of Fayette county, and Miss 10,000 pupils, property er, William Berndon, W. I. .Vllllan.s. and endowments amounting to $259,095. in Louisville. Tho business is said to Mattie Adams, of this county, were G. B. Swlnebroad, P. W. Spencer and In foreign missions Held there has be prolltable, both to the gardener and married Tuesday evening In the parlor Revs. H. N. Faulconer and W. L. been a net gain of 2,177 members, 1,141 plckler. Why should not McKlnney or of the Darker Hotel. Somerset ReClark. There were freouent outbursts porter. 1, 22.") Epworth some other Lincoln county Sunday school attendants, town en" o of uppiausc and a spirit of enthusiastic j The wedding of Miss Hattlo Is full of the Nicest and Best Things the market affords. IM Leaguers, IS church buildings and 19 courage homo enterprise by putting a Richardson nnd Mr. J. Tandy patriotism per"aded the vast throng of W few dollars Into the business aud push parsonages. !? ing it to n success? Tho McKlnney Ellis is announced for June Oth. The fair women and brave men. Much good i M SENTENTIOUS SAYINGS. Canning Co. might add a pickle to their prospective bride Is the young lady who advice was given and many words of'' was to have christened tho battleship cheer were uttered nnd we feel assured It ought to be xomo consolation . to a cannery without vary much additional Kentucky. that tho honor of our people will be. oxpuuse. widow to know that history repeats J! The engagement of Miss Curtie upheld by those noble young men. i Constable Tom Nannelley tells us ; ltsulf. Duke, the accomplished daughter of Twenty pairs of blannets were furnish-With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes. poker player makos that there are yot 18othor "crap shoo- Gen. Basil Duke, of Louisville, to ed for those who hud none aud the Many a would-b- e ters" to be brought, the which, should lu his calling. a mistake Wilbur Knox Matthews, a New York demonstration throughout was a llttlng j Thu cyclisf. who gots caught In a they fare as did last week's captured banker, has been announced. Miss tribute to those who have agreed to if ones, would send MoKlnney's contribustorm may have scon bettor days. Duko was for two years violin soloist leave mothers, home and friends to' tion to Jailer DoBord's family of stono .. When a man becomes thoroughly with Sousa. She studied in Germany strike a blow in a righteous cause. To frt contented, ho has outlived his useful- boaters up to III In number, since tho mothers, upon whoso hearts their ' on such a record for a whole under Joachim. ness. martial tread leaves a wound, 1 would j 275 The Northern Indiana Law College bay, 'Beof good cheer and thank God Very few pooplo have weak eyes from State, not to think of a village ofSow-eth Inhabitants! "Whatsoever a Man at Valparaiso Is tho only established looking on tho bright side of things. WE HAVE JUST HKCEIVED A That Shall ho Also Reap," declare Law College in America which allows that you have furnished men to engage The woman with a baby and tho In a cause which has Heaven's approval. Holy Writ McKlnney ha been sow- pupils of limited means to complete woman without one are always sorry tho The storm will soon bo over and your ing evil seed for four yoars past and tho junior year's work at home by tho sons will be better prepared to grapplo for each other Everything seems to gut round in a crop Is ripening Into drunkards, thieves Chautauqua plan through direct cor- with tho adversities of life. and gamblers. An honest clTort is respondence between instructor and sewing circle. It is useless to be good unless you are being made now to correct this serious pupil. Then thu student is entitled to Hero Is a picture drawn by an exAnd are oflering some defect iu socloty here, and with tho enter tho senior class there In Valpa- change that Is familiar to almost every good for something. The man who Is dressed In a llttlo earnest efforts of tho "Platen" Squiro raiso without examination, and com- grocer lu the State: "A nlbblqr is a brief authority Is more conspicuous than and Tom Nunnolley, backed by the law plete with one year's work and one man who enters tho grocery store, runs and Sheriff Owens together, with tho year's expense nnd ono year away from his lingers Into a sugar barrel and laps a girl In bloomers. ' only kind that good pooplo of tho town and communi- - home. Kentucky already has a num- - up a couple of ounces; eats a haudful of Masked balls are the iy, we eonmienuy expeci 10 see a ber of students in this College. Write nuts, then goes over to tho cheese case go In a prohibition town. Stunfoid, Ky. Cull nnd See Us. Opp. When the pianist makes the Instru- wholesome change lu tho moral aspects foi. catalogue to Lowls D. Sampson, dl and cuts oil a slice for a taste; then as a matter of course mu&t have a few ment fairly talk It Is called a plnno of the place. Already since the clos rector, Valparaiso, Ind. ing of tho whisky saloon hero four crackers; uud perhaps before he has rcltal. Chicago News. weeks ago, can wu see a change iu the m When You Have a Dad Cold made up his mind to purchaso a quarter Qadlz Is getting ashamed of Its Span deportment of some of our citizens, and Vou want the that can le obtained, of u ound of tea, ho has eaten the Ish name. Tho Telephone says: many others who come here. Tlio nnd that U C'h.imlerliln'a Cough Hemfrly. THE DOVE OF PEACE HAS profits ou 82 worth of groceries. To You want it "Cadiz has worried along since 1S20, change Is a marked improvement ad- relief Imlellrctremedy that will not'ouly give quick wind Itnll up after getting trusted for BEEN ROUTED a immanent cure. nnd had up to this good hour no good mitted by nearly every citizen. Vou want a remedy that will relieve the lungs tea, on which the merchant realizes a from its long resting place by Uncle Sam's reason to glorify or object to her name. nnd keep exploration easy. profit of live cents, ho leaves tho store Spring cleaning. Germs aud insects need You want a remedy that will counteract nay ten Now when It Is remembered that wo .No one can tell where tho diamond routing from behind your wall paper In munching a couple of apples. This is iltMRv toward ticumiinia. house cleaning time, or they will mnko were named for that Spanish 6oaport, goes to in combustion. Burn It, and It Youuauti tented that U pleasant aml.tfe to no picture of imagination, but a realitrouble during the heated term. "Wall pawhence Issue forth fleets of warships to leaves no ash; tho llamo is exterior.liko take. ty, except that sometimes tho nibbler per is so reasonable in price that every destroy us, and still moro a verltablo that of a cork, and when It haa blazed ' Chamirlalii' Cough itwuedy u the only medi- - does not purchaso the tea." one can afford to clean up and beautify cine In itv) that meet all ur tlic.u requirement. hot bed of Spanish petildy and cruelty, itself out there remains not oven so ThI, rtMlie(Iy u raill0ll, for , mmotAtoa their wal s from our exquisite stock o'f Ml The famous trotting mare, Alix, who wall and ceiling papers. Inezes and cuttwe rise to remark that It Is moro Amer- much tl8 would dust tho antenna Of a throughout the United State and In many foreign ings holds tho world's record at 2:031, has countries. It has many rival, hut, for the ieedy ican like to have our iiaino changed to btlttorlly. ami iieriuaneut cure ot lutd cold, stands without a boon purchased by F. C. Sayles, of something elso that does not suggest V. everywhere adsplendid qualltUs When you can not sleep for coughing take Icr and Itspraised. Kor sale lynroCraig I locker, Pawtucket, R. I., from Morris L. and uncomfortablo fancies. such horrid Cou t Itciiiedy. It always gives iirnnmt mired and - Kentucky. Jones, of Red Oak, la. The purchaser Suggest something at once." relief. It Is most excellent for cold, too, as it ald8 Manrord, Ky. . Is a prominent horse breeder, and It is Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at exjieetoratlon, rclloos tho lungs aud prevents any 7 ,,,'" D. L. McDowell has organized a mil bolloved that Alix will be used as a Two spies have already been shot tendency toward'pucumunl. l'or Sale hy Tralg a Hustonville, Ky. brood mare and brod to Sablo WI1 kes llocter, Stanford, Ky. itary company of 150 men at Corbln. and tho war has hardly commenced. r'-r- I ., r or juvery r "ir"v is"r" ool xnere Tiie ' " 4 n : u t Right Shoe. ': Walking All Over The Country. w.--i nt s i y to-da- y. I CALDWELL Lend-ngShoe St LANIER, t, Mi 0LW0YS HHEHD l rl - BestLineof $10 Suits In the State, Nobby Shirts. f i Stylish Neckwear. THE GLOBE, is wide-awak- HEW Hand-omol- V LL PAFEB I of Paints, Uarnishes, ' i' f fr j to-da- y PICTURE FRAME MOULDING I A. E. Gl a : I. ii Window Shades, ly Lex-husba- BBONS, Danville, v' ! ! - ! 123,-22- 1. court-hous- 1 FOOTWEAR ! I :!: 4 :i 1 Baln-brldg- I I 0 Ladies' & Children's Shoes, Slippers, Tan, BroWn 1 & : a 1 1 Qocolate, BlacH, I n 1 ' . 1 1 ur H. J. McROBERTS. Ninas-Sham- e .J it Car Load SPECIAL Of Vehicles, MIOIIIS Court-IIcuse, B. K. WEAREN & SO A. "1 m 4S 3 4 "?' a 1 it. 1 Cham-berlslu'- .s V. W. WITHERS, Stanford. m I t4Af is&'iZi.iJtJ"'k'i4 ," ?$yi-"- . r - . r. , - fl.." V fill i I !- ; - r I; '. t i V j ! 1 it :. LAND AND STOCK. ry will thereforo sec fighting. The1 Washington second regiment goes to Thin rind hogs for sale. J. C. Noal, as reservers and tho third reglmont Ashland Wilkes' book of 100 mures stays at home, subject to call to Philipis full and closed. pine or elsewhere. Wool buyers wero paying 18c for best Tho Lancaster Company is in tho wool yesterday. 2d reglmont and will have n picnic. Wheat wont to SI. 70 at Chicago SatThe report that Sampson had sunk a urday and closcd.at 81.07. of Spanish vessels nt Porto G. T. McRoberts rented tho farm ho number And high prices i tin down by us We wil nlitttu n prize with you If you give us your had advertised to Ballard Vocum. Rico was a fako. patronage It Is an ttuilhputed fact, people talk it, lor ''it takes the cake" when you By special order T. Z. Morrow, Jr's. Tho Winchester Democrat reports company of volunteers utSomcrsot has sales of :t00 hogs at .'1.70, with $10 oil see our goods at such low price. Wo nrc making a pinlulty of every article in our homo this wee tho lot. been disbanded until tho ISth. fioatlng debt W. T. Bock sold to J. C. Johnson, of It is announced that the GILBERT, of Spain was Increased during the Boyle, a bunch of hogs for June loth month or April last by 12,2U,.1!)1 pese- rt el very nt ,'te. Robinson and Hamilton bought I.'l tas. in Soaln tiro duo to cavalry hor&es In Jossaminc ut JflO to Tho We are authorized to announce GEN. LKtinnd fighting Joe Wheeler economic causes, the high price of bread 8125. Journal. The pedigree of J. K. Fan-Is- ' Royal have taken tho oath as major generals and the closing of factories and King, by Silver King, will appear In in the Federal army, tho same posiOf Madison County, a candidate for ConSpecial line of IV dren g )tl at 10c per J aril gress In tho Eighth Congressional District tions they held in tho Confederate army The declaration of Sagasta that tho our next Issue. Special line of 15c dress goods- at 15c per yard Kentucky, subject to the action of the of The "Craig Syndicate" sold about and they will now light fer tho coun- war will bo fought to the bitter end democratic party. Special line of 5 to drcs goods at 25r per yard, try's Hag with even more earnestness may be all right. Things tiro not so 5,000 bushels of wheat yesterday to .special line of dress Cogar& Davis, at 31.11, dollvored. than they did 110 odd years ago, to de very sweet this moment. Nothing official came from CommoThe war denartment has announced Advocate. stroy It. Nothing better Illustrates tho dore Dewey till Saturday and then ho At the sale of the personality of Mrs. volunteer officers and men will confirmed In the fullest degree the re- full obliteration of sectional feelings that same pay as those holding W. II. Simpson horses brought 320 to tho ports that had preceded it of his glo- and shows how fully the country Is re- receive ?:0; cows, 327 to S.T2; hogs about Hjc; positions in tho regular army. wa- united. Tho fiag is even dearer to Lie like rious victory in Philippine Island & Bro.. of South Bend, sow and pigs, 310. people of the South than it is to those Studebaker At less than cost of making, silks, blaak iireH goods, fancy gingham Ac in large ters. Not only did he completely de R. II. Bronaugh started J. B. Gen by quantities. stroy tho 11 warships of the enemy and of the North, and both sections will Ind., have been awarded a contract building 000 army try's Crook at Louisville tho other day, Down right bargains in capture the forts but he did it without strive to make their common country tho government for the greatest, as it is the noblest under ambulances, to be filled in two weeks. but he was not in condition and came damage to a single of his six vessels or no bitter than sixth. President McKlnley has accepted tho loss of a man, only eight being the sun. Col. John I. Hughes, of Fayette, sold slightly wounded. Ills reports were Judge Canthill pronounces the Miss Holon Gould's elf t of $100,000 for to Charles Weedmun, of Newport, it short and to the point, showing that ho new prison law good and says the de- war purposes and her check for that pair of fancy bay carriage geldings, 10 is emphatically a man of business and fect in providing a longer term of office amount has been received at the treas hands high, for $1,000. not of words. Both were sent by dis- for one commissioner than tho consti- ury department. 1 Bowling Brook, It Is expected that an army of at tho Metropolitan it 10 to shot, won Corsets, corset covers and hosiery. Our superb shoe stock is veil north your conpatch boats to Hong Kong. China, tution allows can bo easily remedied Handicap at where they were cabled, he having cut and docs not invalidate the act. The least 40,00t volunteers will bo Immedi- Park, N. Y., Saturday. George Morris sideration and we can prove to you better by showing you the goods and price than Keene trying to explain. ately mobilized at Chlckamauga, probthe cable himself in order to prevent case will be appealed by the republi was second and Octagon third. being kept posted on cans and until the Court of Appeals af- ably under command of Maj. Gens. Lee, the Spanish from 'utne cofley bought in Wayne and the situation. The first told as concise- firms the decision there will be no steps Wheeler and Wilson. been np--1 Commodore Watson, who has counties a lot of steers at I to ly as possible of tho engagement of taken to oust the encumbents. There Vuhl : to Wo and sever-visio- n blockading di- -l Muy I, the number of vessels he de- is every reason to believe that that pointed to command the mQ ncfcrs at of Sampson's fieet, is from V l)Ulchcr stun l a to :,c. o( stroyed and tho absence of fatalities or court will say that Judge Cantrill is damage to his fleet or men. Tho sec- right and then look for the poor rads Frankfort, and entered Annapolis from hoM f0p COVttiry and $1.50 stills nnd5 stiitn. Boy's suits nt 50e. tl to 16, boy ' wash soils with tmllor r tho Kentucky Capital In lirt!. of Cavete, in to go tramping home. ond told of his capture wc"c in8pecUMi at Richmond and whistle at 50c, Ikiv's knee pints in endlucs quantities at 203 Io II r pair. the Islands, after destroying tho fortifiAs between the program of a "peace- - onjv beven onmo Up to government Wo make a specialty of tailor made mils and shirts, sttisfartlon and til guaranInstead of resounding with the mer- ful blockade" und the Dewey method SI)0CiflclUiOns. They brought an aver- - teed. cations, and that although bo was muster of the situation and could do so at ry laughter and furnishing place for of managing things, tho public senti- - aRe of 3b5 any time, he had not entered Manila, the twinkling feet of happy dancers, ment of the United States Is unanl- During the past week over 20,000 buowing to his lack of land forces. Tho the Hygeia and Chamberlain Hotels at mously In favor of the Dewey method. j8nes ot dollar wheat have boon ship- Spanish loss is very heavy, 150 includ- Old Point Comfort, Va., will be used ! The French steamer LaFayctte, - pod from Midway to southern markets. ing the captain, being killed on Relna this season as an army and navy hos- ken to Key West as u prize has been jit went hy way of the Southern Christina. This oilicial confirmation pital. The land upon which they are She carried a crew of 15K wav. Midway Clipper. of the grandest naval victory ever won built is a part of the government reser- and 100 passengers und had a cargo of j. L. Bohannon bought 20,000 lbs. of Specially to our new line of ni1i ribbon n,, r;bln, sritmniniM. AIo tho bust u p" unu set the whole country wild with delight vation and they are subject to any de- wine and provisions for Havana, bho' hemp from E. Mulcany at lino of parasols in white and nil colors. .as it was feared that the subsequent mand from the government, even to of war. small crops from different par- several Come while our ock incomplete and get tlto first of every tiling had no contraband reports that Dewey had been trapped being torn down. It Is a delightful There arc over 2,000 soldiers encamp- - ties at same price, lie is ottering ?i after his victory might prove true. The place to while away the Summer days edat Lexington now and 1,000 more for the next crop. Woodford Sue. president Immediately wired nlm ex- and those who have been wont to do bo will bo added this week. Their raImported Cinderella, the groat brood tending the thanks of the whole people will sadly miss it. tions consist of potatoes, baker's bread mare, owned by Dr. John D. .Ncet, of THE to him and his men and appointing him filly by Maj. H. T. Stanton, Kentucky's and bacon, badly prepared und the Versailles, has foaled a brown Admiral. already. half sister to Plaudit and Spendthrift, boys' are kicking T. 1). HANKY, Manager Not one Spanish fiag files in Manila poot laureate and one of the most lovFrederic R. Coudert, International full sister to Hastings, the 3.17,000 colt. of men, died suddenly of Bright's Bay now. Not one Spanish warship able COURT Day. A heifer and three Iuw expert, says that the United States Uranch stores nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceblirg, 0nthi-ana- , floats except as our prize. More than disease at Frankfort, aged 04. "The can legally hold the Philippines agulust milk cows wero tho extent of tho catVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Kluabcthtown. Frankfort Mattckport, Ind. 200 Spanish dead and 500 to 700 wound- Moneyless Man,' and many other as nil other nntions. af tle on market yesterday. Tho heifer He believes that noted poems were written by him. ed attest the accuracy of the American ter Spain shall have paid an indemnity didn't sell but the cows changed hands fire and tells the glorious story. at 320 to $.10. Steers und No. heifers Another Spanish prize was captured this country will retain thctn. The killed and wounOed on land and by the Newport oil Mariel, making 1!) are were In some demand. 4 per cent, bonds American ships at Manila were 1,200 men. There ships that, have been taken, besides 11 worth 31.20. Spanish fours have fallen W. H. Murphy's line brood mare, u were destroyed 10 warships, several warships destroyed. The Second of the Collegiate Year, I'i7 j will nxn seems that we to 20c. It Is money that talks in this hull sister to the dam of tho 31,000-inurIt torpedo boats, two transports, navy are "Remembering the Maine' with case und it tells the story of tho differ" Huma, dropped a fine filly colt J"a.:n.-u.a,r3- r Ifcvd:o:n.a.Ei3? yard and nine batteries, entailing a somewhat of a vengeance. enco In tho credit of tho two countrlos by Chester Dare a few days ago, Ho New pupil ciiterlnc nt that time will de received Into ,r f the rUs,.. Information loss of 6,000,000 in property wiped out plainer than ordinary words could tell. Is very proud of her and is satisfied she cull on or write to Mm sUcri.cv at the College or write for wound-un- d or captured. Admiral Montejo Thk city (laities are doing a land This Is the way tho Courier Journal will be a world beator. WILLIAM SHKLTON. I'liiwti.evr Bay swept clear of torpedoes and office business. The evening papers At Louisville Friday, R. H. Bro- would do It: Put Shatter In Cuba with then tho brave boys res',ed. begin issuing at 10 a. m. and print an 15 or 20 thousand men. toll Sampson to naugh's Kathle May and Kittle R. ran Admiral Dewey has asked for men to extra nearly every hour. In some of business, and then out ev- third and fourth In their respective occupy the Philippines and 10,000 will them, however, the change of hour Is get down to ery telegraph wire from Washington, races. Prosecutor, formerly owned by bo sent within 10 days, the president about the only thing new. and Cuba would be ours in a week and C. B. Held, ran in J. U. Woathorford's , being desirous that every one of the name, but was behind the money. This poor little pun. which appears tho war would bo over. islands be taken and the Spanish be There are 1,100 aires in strawberries. The gunboat Vieksburg and cutter Commonwealth. driven from them. Fast tleets will in the Covington Sat- in the single city of Crawford, Ark. were luted by a schooner leave San Francisco with the army aslcrcates the Impression that Laurie Morrillmorning within a milo and a During the picking season employment Timothy Hay 60 per cwt Corn Chop ' 70 to Blakeiy is back in his old place: "How urday soon as it can be mobilized and it will " Chicken Feed 45 26 per bu. of the Santa Clara battcrles.whieh I? given to 20,000 people. It is estima- Mixed Hay bo composed of infantry, cavalry, light Dewey know Dewey was a newspaper half ' " 15 1,000,000 quarts of Clover liny COAL. man? Because, do you know, he got opened fire. Both vessels suffered some ted that more titan und heavy artllle'-y- . Millet 10 " " bo shipped this Falls llranch Lump lljcrbti. damage from shrapnel and quickly put berries will Tho magnificence and importance of and keeps a scoop." 'O " " Jullico Lump " 10J ' out of range, tho Vieksburg barely c- - Gov. Black, of New York, has signed Straw the famous victory can not be overesti" 40Hirbtt. JellicoNiit the bill eniowerlng the Governor to Feed Oat 10 " solid shot. ciped an eight-inc-h mated. So signal a defeat in the begin70 per cwt Spechl prices on both feed and cos! in Heels shows appoint an inspector of the books of Sliipstttir Comparison of tho two ning of hostilities has discouraged and large qttnntitlcH. that Admiral Dewey, with about 0 trotting race meetings. Tho Inspector demoralized the Spanish and left them is to receive a salary of 31,500. and will displacement of American tons in a sort of dazed condition. It has annihilated about 12,000 tons dis be allowed 3500 for expenses. The term 8howti them what fighters we are placement of Spanish warships. The of office will bo fivo years. and how easily we can wipe them out Marcus Daly and K. II. Ilarriman total number of guns mounted on board as me oppoiumiy oners, rnrcautng nis was 120. On have agreed to race their the United States ships way through dynamite mines and THKboard the Spanish ships there were 01 trotters, Limerick, 2:10, and Elsie fought from land and shoro, having no guns. Tho number of men on board S., 2:24i, for 2,500 a side at the next battleship of tho a protectthe former was about 1,000; on the lat- meeting of tho Orange County Circuit ed cruiser being his most powerful ves- CAMPAIGN TO BE AGGRESSIVEon August 2.'J to 20, over tho historic ter about l,:i00. sel, and in a hostile harbor 7,000 miles e track at Goshen, N. Y. The batteries of Mantanzas have from a homo port, the achievement of IMPORTANT news expected FROM Commissioner R.C. Warren sold yesby the again been shelled, this time Dewey reads more like fiction than SAMPSON. Dupont and tho Hot net. Tho light terday the life Interest of J. W. Blrght ...., I. A 11 lmna .IU U1U1 fSl.l WIU, OVUI II UUlUi Jill 11UUUI house was destroyed. Under protec and wlfo In about .'100 acres of land In and his bravo men I He and each of congress sends vote of thanks to ion of the Dupont's guns a dispatch this county, to Grecnberry Bright for DEWEY AND MAKES HIM REAR them have written their names indell- boat landed near Mantanzasand pfeked 3701. It was sold on a judgment In ' bly on the unnals of famo and upon the ADMIRAL. Capt. Diaz, who had been landed by jvor of tho Boylo National Bank for hearts of 70,0o0,000 grateful people. Mny 4 to communicate with 32,000. Mr. Warren ulso sold u house ' THE FIRST KENTUCKY TO GO TO CUHA, tho Leyden the insurgents. He says Spain is with- - and lot in MoKinney, tho property of 2d to Washington and 3d to Time evens all things. When Albert drawlnirtho troops from the Interior tho luto Mrs. Margaret Bibb, to Keub Laborde, a Cuban, and an active sym- await orders. and is hurrvlnc them westward and to pathizer of Cuba Llbro, was arrested Washington, Muy . Cabinet has tho soacoast. The Spaniards are tr- - Robert Russell & Co., since lust Fall and brought before Col. Do Cortijo, governor of Cabana Fortress, tho just decided on an aggressive campaign ing to Induce the Cubans to join them have bought up and shipped 3."55,0O0 worth of hogs, sheep, cattle, etc.,. und and fight tho United States. Cuban requested permission to make a u'alnst Spanish in Philippines. Five Mrs. Roblev D. Evans, tho wife 0j report that, besides tneir moor, tney , utatement as ho was unjustly held, but & bpu- tho colonel denied his request and thousand troops will be sent. "Fighting Bob," probally has a larger are behind just f iuo. Anderson bushels ' man, of Danville, bought 0,000 leaning over spat in his fucc. Laborde personal interest In tho fortunes of the Important news expected from Samp- navy than any other Individual in tho of wheat from Dlckerson und 4,000 from wa8 placed in un underground dungeon , at SO cents for and while there determined to be re- son. Ho has moved against Porto Ri- United States. Her husband com- Voris, both of July delivery. Zaek Burrus sold 115 venged for tho Insult. He escaped after co, but it is not believed he will en- mands the battleship Iowa; her brother. cattle, for October delivery, long olTort and was accepted by Capt. commands tho counter Spanish fieet. Havana will bo Captain C. II. Taylor, to Sanders & Co. at Wo. Harrodsburg Sampson as a pilot for the gunboat, Indiana; her son, Frank T. Evans, Is a Nashville. When that vessel captured attacked from rear by Americans and midshipman' upon tho Massachusetts,, Democrat. Greene, Fmbry & Co., Cincinnati, t il .. tin n jl tho Argonauta the other day, Col. De wuuuua uuu uiK num. m iront. C. C. March, is an and her deny that they have it cornet- on tlie Cortijo wus umong those mado prisonIn response to President's mossa"o'e nsign on tho New York; her two lumb trade and say the report does ers. Lubordo recognized him und asked Vlt- Congress passed resolutions of thanks daughters, Mrs. March und Miss Injustice und add: "Our firm or the colonel If tho recognition was muvolunteered for train- them ginlu Evans, have any member of our firm has not conto Dewey und made him Rear Admiral. tual. Ho said not, wheropon Laborde ed nurses und are now taking a course or caused to be contracted any Cabana Fortress and suid: "Pet-hapSenate appropriated 10,000 swords of instruction at tho hospital at Hamp tracted ' , . ... lambs. Wo do only ti commission bus I. t . Ill i it f01, Duw'e' ,nedtt,s '0I' olI1c'-' ' T and men. ton. iness and do not desire in tiny wuy to, f In his face before the guards knew by u do tiny trading In thu country, nnd hope Tho last quart of milk given what was up. De Cortijo und his coin- - j Washington, May 0. Alger desig- panions are now trying prison life ut nutes disposition of volunteer army cow is three times as rich in fats as the ' you will bellevo what wo say, and assist Fort MePberson, Atlnntu first one; and not to strip a cow clean is us to remove the impression among tho The C Iteiokee is a perfeet Check Itowe a rerfect Hand Drop Planter and a Pur .p,rat ru,Iment , 0U(jh SuUo t() to doubly lose, for tho neglect dries tho traders throughout.the State that wo oct Self riill Planter Try out. Fully 20 per cent, of tho volunteers Chickamauga, thenoo to Cuba. One cow, und hero a largo loss Is soon manl- -' have any Interest In any stock bought ure failing to pass the examination. Kentucky regiment und troop of caval- In tho country." fet. The truatces of tho Kentucky Houses of Reform met In Louisville Friday night and decided to push tho buildings as rapidly as possible, now that the May io, iSgS court of appeals has mandamuscd tho Stanford. Ky., auditor to pay over the $100,000 appropriated. Lexington having been decided upon for a location, the board will W. P. WALTON. meet there May 27 at 0 l M. to tako steps to prosecute the work vigorously. B. THOMPSON, Tho resignation of President B. T. HON. Of Mercer. Is a candidate for Conway, because he has been installed for Congress In the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, subject to tho action as postmaster of Lebanon ana tno ex of the democratic party. piration of the terms of two other of tho members, will necessitate a reorHON. G. G. ganization, before anything of consess Of Shelby County, Is a candidate, for quence has boon done, owing to tho In tho Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the dem- uudltor's refusal to pay out any money ocratic party. on account of the Institution THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mot-elan- - Manila Gaptared. J. Con-pre- I Bargain Ssekors Are Sure of A Fsast - hon. jas. b. Mccreary work-shoo- s. Skirts And Shirt Waists. kadies' Sun?rrjer Underwear, See Our $3 50 Suits, ail-la- ,- - t- rail-release- d. Ladies' Attention , I ?.i.-o- , to-da- to I JLOUISTaOLILE STOB1 1 Stanford Female College. ?e-.lo- e, n On 2-5:tla- ., 1898. A GOOD THING TO KNOW- - Our Prices. sear-on- . ! II),-50- wur-shlp- s, ( ' J. H. BAUGHMAN -- St CO. three-year-o- ld first-clas- s, - half-mil- V. 1 I ELDREDGE SEWING MAC Hi DIE. ! fa-u- p ' ( I The Latest Machine out, some thing' new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow Bui-gin- d I a I r t. 1 m son-tn-lu- - s Ti . . s FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. SHEEP THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. C. Shanks'. Shears nt Warren it j Wanted, a threshing machine, new. Hlati In & Voting, Ewell, Ky. L; - A.11 J.Tamm.rA-Vi- 3 ;.SML'HI iwvmami - May io, 1898 Sample lot of lap robes at wholesale prices. B. K. Wearen itSon. m Home and farm mixed paints. Best the market. W. B. McRoberts. Tom , Hiiirons, kid gloves, fans, parasols In SI rjk New Wall Paper of the latest spring styles. Prices made to stilt the purGentlemen ! Wo would llko to savo It is not prloa but quality that chaser. W. B. Mcltoberts. you money on your Spring suit. Sevthe cheapness of an arllclo. We sell the beat jrood-- i only and at & SonH. PnoZKL'l' Refrigerators, Ice Chests, erance reasonable pricet.. Penny's Drug Freezers, Water Coolers and Rubbor Store. IN the county court yesterday little Hose at Warren & Shanks'. was done. The trial of of PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Will Broaddns was put oil till 2."ith and. Wool. J. W. Christian & Co., thro' likely bo compromised. H. S. II. F. IlL'cu, of London, was here thoir aircnt, Wm. Morcland, will pay it will Young was appointed road overseer In Sunday. you tho highest market price for your place of Mr. Baugh rosigned. Judge . MRS. W. P. Tatk wont to Louisville wool. Bailey tells us that many bids for turnyesterday. pike repairs have been received. They Gentlemen!-- It is time for yon to MRS. S. R. COOK, of Cook's Springs, take that Winter underwear olT. See will be opened today. Is quite hick. Mr. J. K. Perkins, of flarrodsburg, our lino fcof Summer underwear. SevJrixiE Bailey made an order for erance Sons. was hero yesterday. e on the guards at tho raided Miss Sue Hopper, of Louisville, Hiistonvillc and Danville pike, but as YOL' can go to Louisville or at was the guest Mrs. W. P. Tate. ;i:l." tomorrow morning for $l.0!i fortho tho county had already gone to the limMiss Moody Porter, of Lancaster, round-trip- , good returning Friday, on it of 0O0 on the SI for turnpike purpoIs tho guest of Mrs. Will Stone. ses, he said the road .would have to pay account of the May Festival. Mr. G. R. Jeter, of MIddloburg, for them. He also told the board of di Thieves broke into Henry James' rectors If it would submit a reasonable was here on his wheel anturday. BORN, to the wife of W. H. Llllard, blacksmith shop at the junction of the proposition to lease the gates in this Lancaster A: Rush Branch turnpikes county, tho fiscal court which meets toof Boyle, a girl Margaret Bronston. and stole every tool ho had Saturday day would consider it. More threats Mr. Tom Hendrix, of Danville, spent Sunday with Miss Ruth Kllison. night. have been made of dynamiting the Miss Lizzie Herrino went up to ROMANS, of Lancaster, was gate, but no violence has been been unW. J. Rrodhcad Friday to spend a few days. here yesterday, advertising his large dertaken. Miss Mattii: Paxton Is back from stock of vehicles of all kinds, which ho SNOW in May is not very frequent in a protracted visit to friends in Louis- claims he can sell cheaper than any this latitude, but it comes oftener than ville. house In this section. Rend his ad. In it Is welcome. Friday with the merJ. II. McAlister sold his wheat to a this leSUC. cury nearly down to freezing, it markWtlmore party for ?1.'J0 on the cars SOME cxcltumunt was caused yester- ing .'II, a driving snow storm prevailed, here. WaLTKR Grhkninu Is hobbling day afternoon by John Holtzelaw's which in some localities covered the around as thu result of a fall from his team running oil down Deot street. ground two or more inches. It followThe mules were stopped when main ed u cold rain or it would have shown bicycle. The last May snow MRS. W. T. MERIMHit and eon and street was reached and cry little dam- much deeper. storm was on May 20th, 1MM, but the age was done. Miss Mary Orndorf went to Livingston mercury only went to 153 then. In May, yostorday. The warrant for $1,000, amount of 1S05, it fell to lit), but there was no Misses Annie Bronalmii and Hor-tl- u tho K)liey held by W. II. Simpson in James sHjnt Saturday and Sunday the Order of Maccabcos, arrived a few snow. It will thus be seen that the late snap was the coldest of recent years, at Crab Orchard. days ago. It was less than 10 days from and the signal service does not recall Mrs. S. II. Walker, of Anchorage, the time the claim was sent till the a colder one in this section since its spent several days with hur sister, Mlt- warrant was received. establishment. Lucy Simpson. J. II. Mcalister returned yestorday Killing. Rockcastle had another Promahly Fatal accident. The from a visit to his brother, Robt. Mc- killing Saturday night, when Walker folding bed got in its work again Sat. Mullins was shot to death by his cousin urday night, when J. H. Ashhurst, a Alister in Jessamine. MR. Max SaUNOER Is up from Lou- James Walker Mullins. Whisky was Irult tree drummer from Somerset, was isville, looking ilka his business there the cause and the famous Crooked probably fatally injured. He was spendand here is proserlng. Creek section the scene. ing the night at J. M. White's and had Mr. Jamrs M. McKlwain, a Frankjust rotired when the front of the bed A CHANiiE. W. W. Withers has lin banker, is the guest of his daughput Mrs. Adolia Woods In charge of his fell over him, bending him almost ter. Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr. double and breaking the ligaments o MR. AND MRS. J. A. BEA7.LEY and furniture store at Hiistonvillc; Mr. II. his spinal cord. Drs. Peyton and O'Ban-no- n tholr groat baby, of Lancaster, wore R. Camnltz, who has been managing it, were sent for and both of them being loo busy with the to hore Sunday vUltlng relatives. pronounced him in a very critical conMr. and Mrs. gR. Wilkinson, of give It the attention necessary. dition. He is paralyzed, but has been Liberty, spoilt Sunday and yesterday THE building of the new Christian conscious most of the time. Arthur with Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wilkinson. church at Mt. Moriah was awarded to Barnott was In tho room wrltlnjr at tho A. T. Nt'NNELLEY, the Texas drumW. II. Innls, who began work yester- time of tho accident and saw the bed mer, is spending a few days with his day and expects to have the framing up failing. He tried to stop it, but failed. parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Nunnoiley Ho then tried to extricate the unfortuby is Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason and 100 Friday. The house to seat about nate man, but could not do so without and will cost about 31,000. prutty daughter, MIm Margaret, of assistance. Mr. Ashhurst, who is a LaueaiUir, went to Louisville yoiUr-doNaimer. Mrs. Dolllo Napier, aged very large man, was almost smothered 71, died at Liberty Saturday night of when he was taken out. His wife was REV. II. N. FaL'LCONKR. of Lancas- dropsy of the heart. She was one of telegraphed for, but in the mean lime ter, wont to Uarbourvlllo yesterday, tho best women in Casey and was rela- Mrs. White and Miss Mamie are giving wearing tho air of a man soon to be ted toju large number of people of the him every attention possible and nothcome a Benedict. county. The children who survive her ing has been left undone that would add and are P. W. Napier. Mesdames J. Boyle to his comfort, flo traveled for a Knox-vlll- e Messrs. William More-lanJe-.C. Lynn attended the meeting of linn and was preparing u move to Stoce, George R. Cowdon, John W. the t'nlon Stock Yards Company in Whipp and John K. Share. tills county, having partially bargained Loxlngtou Saturday. for tho projwrty on the Danville pike SfiT. GARLAND SlNeiLKTON has FOR Like. George Rowsoy, who occupied by Mr. Monroe Curtis. moved his family to town. They will shot Francis Kizer to death In tho o live for thu prooent in a portion of the at Danville, April 18th, was NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. given a life sentence at tils second trial house occupied by Kd Hubbard. Gkorue SMITH, of Lancaster, is here which ended Friday afternoon. Three O. P. Soaper's saw mill near valley ovory Sunday to get a papur. Ho is to of the jurors wore at ilrst for hanging, View burned, causing a loss of S2,fl00. n:ucli Interested in the war that he but they finally came to tho nine who Lawrenceburg has contracted for can't alTord to wait till tho I. O. ar- wore for a life sentence Commonwealth for electric lights. There will be IS rives Monday morning to find out Attorney Owsley says that the prosecu- street arcs. tion made no worse case than it did at what's going on. Tom Pearson, charged with stealing RoWaN SaI'KLEY and Ashby Warren the prevlotii trial, when 11 of tho ju- a horse and biiL'irv in Somerset, win have written from tho camp at Lexing- rors wero for 21 and one for two vears. arrested in Louisville. ton that they are experiencing the William Moure, charged with killing Chanue ov Venci:. Judge M. C Seymour Spencer at Bear Creek Mines, toughest times they ever saw, but as It Is not wore than they expected, they Saulley granted a change of venuo to Bell county, was acquitted. . are keeping a still upper lip and are Casey to the Stanford it Danville TurnK. V. Tadlock, of Ciintonvllle, won pike Co., which Is being sued for 0 anxious to go to the front. by J. J. Moore, for alleged careless-nes- s tho gold medal in tho in causing the death of his daugh- declamatory contest at Richmond, over LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ter. In doing so JuJge Saulley said live contestants. JUST received a ear load of flooring from hi own judicial knowledge of the "Uncle Jimmy" Gentry, 95 years of age, the second oldest man in Madison and ceiling. A. C. Slno. general condition of affairs in this discounty, died. Ho leaves eight children BANKS' auction will continue all trict, he felt sure that it would be impossible for tho turnpike to get an and 120 grand and week. Come to night 7 to i. George Gastlneau, aged 10, became unprejudiced hearing In any county in olTended at his older brothor, Robert, Sink Arnold had a valuable mare it. and stuck a knife to the depth of about killed by a train Sunday nlirht. IN tho absence of Judge J. P. Bailey, an inch in hi back. He was lined S.'t.HO LANDRETH'S seeds In paper and bulk. Judge W. R. Carson tried tho Gerin the police court. Somerset Report New and fresh. W. B. McRoberts. mans, Tyler and son, Friday, who had or. a dllliculty at Ottenheim the other day Miss Bettlo Vivion. who got damages T. II. BODEN, expert piano tuner, with Peyton Petrey and Adolph of .'l,500 against tho Cincinnati Southwill be here In a few days. Read his They wero discharged for ern railroad at a previous court, when "ad." assault and battery, but lined $. each un appeal was taken, was given a simi,L M. Phillips has laid the founda- for breach of tho peace. For malicious lar verdict at tho trial at Danvlllo last tion for a cottage on his lot facing on shooting, Petrey and Westerndorf wero week. discharged, but they will bo tried Dr. P. E. Bryant and Georgo W. Logan Avenue. tomorrow for breach of peace, They Colbert are preparing to put in at this THERE was no protest and tho board were held in 82o bail each for their place a s sanitarium, In which of equalization raised the assessment appearance. given hot air. vapor and raedi will be of Llucoln 10 per cent, on lands and u A HORSE has to be a mighty good cated bjuhs, massago and electricity. on town lots. ono to pass govornment specifications, London Fcho. Mrs. Miranda Cook, aged S.'t, mother yesterday, but as a good many of our people who A lilt: crowd was here business was done. If they had brought their nags hero Saturday to of Sim L. Cook, of Boyle, died at his little any monoy, which wo doubt, those soil to Hamilton it Robinson for cavalry homo last week. Sho was the widow of purposes, now realize. Of the largo Julius C. Cook, who died 40 years ago. hero failed to lot iteireulato. ' t number inspected only ono was bought; Rev. J. B. Crouch preached her funeral THE weathor Is very much warmer Bea.ley Bros, owning Danville. him, and for at the Baptist church In and fair Is predicted for tomorrow. Mr. which they got SS0. Mr. F.wlng, of Harrodsburg, Is Mr. W. T. T. J Cultou John Bright and George W. F.vans say brought down from Crab Orchard a making arrangumonts to begin the tho cold snap not only didn't hurt any- splendid one, but lie lull a chip about publication of tho Messenger and Kenthing, but did good. the size of a dime knocked out of one tucky Farmer at Burgln. Tho outfit-habeen ordered and the first numbor of his hoofs and that knocked him oqt Narrow Kscapk. Littlo Jnmes son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. as fiu as Uncle Sam's using him was will appear about tho 20th of the Owsley, Jr., walked out on the cornico concerned. Small mules were wanted month. county, Owon at IIlll it MoRoborts' law ollce aiid M. S. Baughmau sold them two at Near F.lllsburg, Casoy on $f.V, P. I. Nunnelley two at $ti0 and Southerland and John Simpson, noigh- 20 feet from the pavement and stood l boring farmers, had u desperate ugtit Mark Hardin ono at $10. he narrow pel oh till rescued. cont-cqucnc- Walton, Business Manager. great variety. Sevcranco k. Son9. Rowland youth, Is working out a line and costs, for drunkenness, of 90. Nailer, a J STYLISH SHOES! COMFORTABLE SHOFS, ... DURABLE And SHOES, f. f4 W toll-gat- to-da- y m m CHEftP SHOES, mr. 4 fl H mar m TerErsz ) JWJWkJ ) mmwrim.m with shotguns. Simpson was instantly killed and Southerland dangerously wounded. Tho men had been enemies for years. Southerland's gun was loaded with buckshot and he himself would And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of have been killed but that Simpson's weapon contained blrdshot. Col. D. K Rnwlings, of Barbourville, has been complimented by his alma mater, the Northern Indiana Law College, Valparaiso, with an invitation to make the alumni address, May 31st, to Lead, Colors, Stains &c., on the inaakct at reasonable prices, also a complete line of the graduating class, and he has just the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery nnd Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. notified the Institution of his acceptance. Col. Rawllngs is the law partner of former Congressman John Henry Wilson, of Knox; is an attorney for the L it N. ralload and a lawer of recognized ability. - SF1IIC IS HEME T PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, 1 post-olllc- o POLITICAL" POINTS.' McCreary bearded Gilbert in his den CRAIG & HOCKER'S. wm&8ffl3msmffismaB rt y. e court-hoiis- yesterday. The Grayson Eagle Is the latest republican paper to go up the llaine. It now looks like. Matt Adams will bold Tho pension agency till December, the tight against Leslie Combs' con- . firmation being so bitter. The new prison commission law was sustained by Judge Cantrlll in a decision rendered Friday. He held that the defect in providing for a longer term of olllee for one commissioner than the constitution permits can be remedied and does not Invalidate the entire act. at Tho Senate has made many chunge in tho postollice appropriation bill, which carries 55)0,224,300, the largest appropriation ever mude. One amendment limits deliveries In cities to four a day, another strikes out the WOO.000 appropriation for rural delivery and another prohibits tho subletting of star routes. Wash Goods Including ? Figured Organies, Dimities, Lawns, Plain White Organdies For Graduating' Dresses. See our n 1 Turnpike Election. : The stockholders of the IhMonvll'o A: Carpenter's Creek Turnpike nre requested to meet at the Woatherfonl Hotel In on Saturday afternoon lit o'clock, May If, 1S0S. forth!' purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing vear. Hui-lonvll- lu I For Sashes and Trimmings. Lawns 4c yd. ities G.jc. RIBBON SEVERANCE & Dim- Organdies 10c, 12c, 19c, 25c. &I0,-00- SONS. i Inter-collogia- tn i Ill V. D. WEATHERKORD. President. n. PIHNOS TUNED. XT. H. Boden, Export Tuner, m m Will niaVo his usual trip for the purpoo of Tuning Pianos an'J Organs and will bo In Stanford alniut May lltli. Parties In country oi adjoining towns can havo their work promptly attended to ly leaving their or- ders Wes-terndor- at t. Asaph Hotel. f. Produce of all kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. first-clas- MASTIC MIXED PAINT Will cqver moro paco ! M i and d i ! T BUGGIES, SURREYS Phaotons.Road Wagons. Wo s WEAR : LONGER. Wtr can save you from 8A In tho vehicle lino. to 5Sft on Thau any other upon this market. any-thin- g Invite full Inspection. A h.ll stock of n, QUIT PAYING BIG PROFITS Lead, Oil And Colors Also In Stock. ", x PENNY'S DRUG STORE. and como to us. let us iull you a vehicle cheaper than you can buy it In Central Ivy, W.J. ROMANS OARRIAOR CO. 11) lm Lancaster, Ivy. i. ir It lfe till' r- - BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Z'ciTollBti.oiTMOoAa.s-o Estnca won the Louisville Handicap : 3 world's markets. Will aid our miners who nro digging for coal in our hillsides, and those seeking markets for such products, or rock asphalt, tho timber from our forests and Iron from our ore beds. Will encourage the coming of capital; not so much by offering bonuses or special privileges, but assuring to all men tho full enjoyment of life, libFRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. heart. erty and property, and the best faciliVIA O ECHO hTOWN. George Champion, of Lawrenceburg, ties for exchango In all tho markets p. M. A. M A. M. M. fell from a tree during an epileptic fit of the world. Arl255 200 Ltc. Somerset, 33 820 " 1131 " Jet. City, 315 and sustained Injuries from which he 630 '05 State Commercial Convention Notes. 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 300 will die. ' 6 30 ' Franklort, 1155 20 The mayors and judges are to act as o 5 30 W. M. Stewart died at Shelbyville, dolegates 8 40 6!10 Arr Paris Dally except Sunday Ind., from the effects of mix vomica One editor from every newspaper In a D.HEKCAVV.U.F.A. administered to him through mistake tho state has been Invited as a deleQUEEN & CRESCENT. by his wife. gate. Mrs. Drusilla Weaver, of Milan, Trains pass Junction CHy ns follows A special tobacco sale will bo ar4 11 p in No. South .... 12 02 p in No. 2 North Tenn., smoked In bed and was badly ranged by tho tobacco warehouses to " 3j!aw burned by the clothing catching lire No. 3 " .... 114iam "4 " P No. 5 " ....II Ham take place during tho convention. "6 6 00am 8 "10 " No. 9 " from her pipe. Either a banquet or a reception, folNo. does not Mop. No 2 stops only for pawn-cer- s No postolllces will hereafter be al lowed by an elegant smoker, will be and 10 run no furfmm South of Somerset to Somther than Junction City and Sand tionly lowed in buildings containing saloons tendered the delegates after tho conen t. or In structures adjacent to places vention has ndjourned. where drinks are sold. Rates of one faro for tho round trip Royal makes the food pure, Thomas Barnes, a coal mine opera- from any part of Kentucky hnva been wholesome and delicious. tor of Nobo, Hopkins county, was assas- secured over the railroads for delesinated. He was shot in the back of gates to the commercial convention. the head through a window. An invitation will be extended to nil Mrs. Dallas Messenger, of Marion, the members of the legislature, to all O., was terribly frightened by seeing a congressmen, to Senators Lindsay and child hurt by a street car. Convulsions Doboe, to tho court of appeals and to all the state officials to be present at set In and she died in a few hours. tho the convention. The tremendous searchlight, A competent stenographer has been largest In tho world, which was oxhlb itcd at tho World's fair, will be used to engaged to take down all the speeches sweep the bay and the Golden Gate at and proceedings of the convention so they may be published In pamphlet San Francisco. Charles Vorls, a youth of 17, attempt- form and distributed over the state. ed suicide at Lakevlew. 111., because This will give every county a look POWDER his father threatened to whip him If he Into the convention's work. Absolutely Pure The time Is ripe for a new camdid not cease his attentions to a neigh paign in behalf of the Industrial, agribor's daughter. Ballard & Ballard, the Obelisk Hour cultural and commercial prosperity of Kentucky. The country stands upon men of Louisville, work their mill on YORK. BOYAl DAKI13 PO0tR CO., St the opening of a new Industrial era. plan of sharing profits tho Millions of capital, foreign and domeswith their employees and say it works tic, will shortly be Invested in AmerA. S. PRICE, excellently. ica. "John H. Whallen, the Louisville Surgeon The executive committee has been boss, has sued the Times for 52o,000, notified by Mr. M. A. Scovell, director Dentist, ilJWfTU claiming that a certain publication In nnd chemist of the state college at Stanford, Ky. that paper with reference to his con- Lexington, that he will prepare a paOClceover Mcllolierts Drug Store In theftOwsley nection with the city printing is false, per on 'The Possibilities of KenBuilding. libelous and malicious. tucky as a Dairy State." This will be The Jacob Dold Packing company, of another feature to add to the InterestKansas City, received a government ing program. order for 2,500,000 pounds of pork sides, Each mayor in the state and every hams and bacon, to bo delivered to the county Judge has been requested to aasWaasfc?iisWW commissary department of the United appoint delegates to the convention. Cities of the first and second class will States army within U0 days. Bv the use of X Rays three silver be entitled to 100 delegates, third located class, 50; fourth class, 10, fifth class, seven fjUmttat, : Stanford, : Ky spoons,stomach inches long, wereLiggett, 6; sixth class, 2. The county Judge of Mrs. Lena in the Office on Lancastersttect at Residence. of Steubcnvllle, O. She consented to will appoint three delegates. Kentucky has great coal fields, pracan operation and they were removed. tically untouched. She has agriculShe had no idea when she swallowed tural resources, unsurpassed. She has them. an abundance of timber, tho value of Had it not been for an American fire can not be overestimated. Tho engine the entire city of Manila In the which state then needs men and capital to Philippine Islands, would have been develop these nntural stores of wealth, burned last month. As It was, the loss, and the commercial convention offers as reported by Consul Williams to the the beginning of the opportunity. state department, was over a million of Tho regiments of the national guard dollars. Bradstreet's weekly review of busl- - will be reorganized on tho tliroo battal- . .. .. nesssays: "Evidences accumulate mat T.ion plnu, wnlcn is now adopted in moil-th- e ' corner has finally been turned in urn armies. Under this system a regl-th- c trade situation and that circura- - meut cousists of threo battalions of 400 stances which have hitherto been re- - men each, which would requiro 1,200 garded as disquieting have begun to raon to a regiment instead of 1,000 as give way to moro cheerful conditions under tho pluu of organization in tho And Dealer in or are beginning to be recognized in a civil wnr. Futuro militia regiments HAB1T33S. SADDLERY, &0. truer and more reasonable light." that nro organized will bo constructed Gov. Bradley has pardoned John on tho three battalion plan, with 1,200 KY. STANFORD Mullally and Wyatt Sunior, convicted men. in the Pendleton circuit court of break-- 1 "Romomber tho Maino" promises to ing Into a railroad car and sentenced to becomo ns historic us tho Toxau battle two years each. The pardon was grant-- , cry. "Romembor tho Alamo." It was td on account of the youth of the boys, tho Spaniards who destroyod tho Maino ; neither being over 10 years of age. The it was men of tho same cruel blood THE POPULAR &MnMX governor also pardoned George Mays, who assaulted Fort Alamo in tho Toxnn J 4-- t M ? sent up from Marion county for man-f i wnr of independeiico Marcli 0, 1830, o.u slaughter, in October, 1SU0. Mays shot and massacred tho bravo men, every ono, ..l .nK., it. jj rbvfiwM I Charlos Warner in defense of hib sister. wno had held that fort, mutilating oven ' their dead bodios and burniiig them. C. &0. Playing Cards Owing to JIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIUIIIV Alfonso XIII, tho little king of the increased demand for C. & O. Plny-n- g Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Spaiu, will bo 12 years old tho 17th of Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 May. But when ho is crowned king, if decks which are now ou sale at the ho over is, Cuba, which has belonged jUC Phoenix Hotel ticket olllce in Lexing- to his country moro than four centuries, ton, at 15 cents per deck, threo decks will be a freo and independent republic, for 40 cents, or $1.00 per dozen. Theso unless it is by that time one of tho soveaVds are 50 cent quality and will be ereign states of tho mighty American 4 The flontlnp debt of Kentucky has been reduced to $652,089.52. China paid at London Saturday the balance of Soo.OOO.OOO, war Indemnity. John B. Iladdlx, who served on the ' When not noiuiaui .uw win first petit jury In Breathitt county, la dead. Mrs. Catherine Volpcrt was run over by an electric car In Bowling Green TIME 6I8D. and killed. Edward Rose, 2o, Is In jail at Canton, O., charged with shooting to death his DIVISION. KENTUCKY CENTRAL wife, aged 60. Trains leave Stanford nl 710 a. m , returning ., H. N. Martin, of Wntcrtown, N. 23 p. in. at 4: room by breathing wero killed In their KNOXVIUtDMSION. escaping coal gas. 12 37 p m No. 24 Train going North The overworked llag mills acknowl" " Ho 26 " ,2 ,0 a "l edge that thoy cannot keep the supply No! 25 " " South 127 put " No! 23 " up to the demand. For allll'olnts. J. V. Lacy, an old Confederate sol KO'IUH TICKETS SOLO. dead on the street at HAGOAOK CHECKKD TI1UOUOH. dler, dropped of Cynthiana of heart disease. For any Information enquire Thomas Hawley, of Trenton, N. J., JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. shot his brother to death when he saw him dancing with tho former's sweet o.n.d. S"rida.vn at Loulsvll'o Saturday. tv tggMkll The State Commercial coatention THE UNITED STATES NAVY. Will build up our cities, large and lluvr It Compare With thr. Fleet of the small. Spaniards. Will lnduco the restless and disA comparison of the fleets of this satisfied of other states to settlo here. country mid of Spain is of paramount Will Improve and extend our importanco nt tho present time. Tho country roads and our railroad facili- now warships Spain is reported to hnvo recently purabucd nnd thoio wo buvo ties. bought tiro not included in tho list: Will encourage every effort looking SPAIN to tho Improvement of our navigable Displacement. Tint dun. streams. carlo .turret ship IMWi) l'oluyo, bnrKtte U.lu) Will bring together men who have AlmlrunW) OiUmdo T,u) Infnntn T.WM faith In tho futuro of Kentucky and CristobalMnrin Tcrusn iwio Colon who desire to manifest their faith by Frincosa do AMurias a.418 VI acorn 7,00 their works. Alfonso Mil 5,m) 4,rt4 !ximnto agWill enhance tho vnluo of our Mnrtjueti do In Eiicenndn l,fta) ricultural lands by seeking the best Win ilu Culm l,O0 lain do Luzon.,.. methods for diversifying our products, Arnitou SUJJ kJ and the best means for reaching tho Caslilla I PLAY Ball. -- Reds vs. Louisville's Cincinnati, Sunday, May 15. 81.25 of Wool vriintuil. lilirliOHl 30.000 liiliuls Round Trip from Junction City nnd market nrieo. S.j mu ticforo von null. J. H ltll Danville, Ky.. Qu?cn and Crescent II. Hoom:. Stanford, Ky. Route. Ask Ticket Agents for particBOUND TO SELL. ulars. W. C. Rlnearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati. O. All those Malln Cultivnlois, WOOL !,) W4 TIN A IioummiiiiI lot III Murvluuil Station, the main building 0 bv 30, twostnrle-- t lilgli. upper xtorv lilted up'fnr duelling, suitable for small ramliv nun a side luiiiuing it ny iu. corn crib, ware room nnd wilt shed, veil tr arranged foru geneiulMore, have been from S13.0O0 to 50.000 worth of goodunnually, Nolfeiud for sale. ell-lu- Store Room & Goods for sale:. rakes, All those ncnt looking luiggie, All those solid Oak suit Furniture, All those croB rowing corn planters. All of those at 1). L. CAKI'ESTKK'S. Hustonville, Ky. All those Hall bearing Deering mowers, All those Hall bearing Peering binders, All those nice working Deering liny Conclude Venadlto iwn Antonio (it- - uuon Don Juan do Austria Infanta Lwbel I.I Cnno ,. Fllliilnas Oulieln Mnrque do Motlno Martin Alouzo Piuzon Nuinnnclu, connliiK tower, mor. ....... elox Torpedo bunt Audnz Anette Torpedo 0ml Torpedo bout Terror Torpinlo boat Furor llnlcon ............. , Cjistor , I, Iff! 1,1 PRICE, $1,200 of good at prime cot. and good an old In a I will ell foods for cash at about cot bulk. The lioue will bo rented after the 13th of .lulv and the good fold at auction, price A II. 11 AC.SNE. .Dkai.kr In. 1,1! l.lftu Ml 071 ar- lo a pod Mool; L'utll tho Iioum) s;t IL U M B HU H9 .........,. KINO, ko 750 &7 8 10 U Moreland Station. K lat W 10S U7 4 4 M Xi IT 21 s a a 4 a J. T. Crf STJTTOHT, - Hustonville, Undortnlcer, SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. .Kentucky UNITED STATES. Mnianchusotts 10,5$ 10,2Si Indinna lUW&M.m((,,HMiMMIIIltlM,, llt41U ,. Itl.i.'Ni Oregon. 0,315 Texn, two turrets Ilrooklrn V.Zil New York s,:ao Mlnntonomoh, two turret Terror, two turrets . WW Amphltrlto, two turrets,.., 8,11) tVWO Puritan, two turrets rollux u 1M 4)1 no ii i) t 10 12 11 Oilers hUnerrlces to the people of West Lincoln and Casey counties. Full stock ol Coffins and Cask. stsslwsyson hsnd 95 I). S. liter. Manager. FIRE INSURANCE Si Jones, TINNING J. T I 1 1 jl 1 Newark Kalelch. Montcomrrr Mnrbluhead Casttne Erle-o, .. Cushlmi Stiletto... Katahdln, ram.... Columbia, 5$ 3.S13 2,t) 1.177 ISO & PLUMBING, STANFORD, ICV., 25 10 10 10 WW '. u 8 prepared to do all kind of Plumbing and Tinning Sole proprietor of Denn's Illack Diamond Itoof Paint . Telephone No. Shop on Mill St , uppilte J ?n, residence II. IlnuKhman it Co ' Mill now Sl-- tf Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. aawsMwaa-- PHBIVIX omssmm pom AK0 ' I Tho United Stntoi navy further consists of tho following battleships: Kentucky, AhiLamn, Kuanargc, Illinois and Wisconsin, 1.1 hiiilu turret HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & monitors, SURGEON, uuarmored steel tcmoIh, 14 gunbonts, 9 torpedo L'ont., one of - them, tho Plunger, being Mibmnrinu. Spain 1ms on hand, then, n lit ut of S3 More omve over III,?gin .V M'Klnne vessels, including torpedo boats'. Theso ships represent ndibplncouiL'Ut of 70,003 T tons, with 13a guns, torpedoed on every -vessel of tho fleet and mi equipment that, pitting point against point, is suWar iH'tween piano dealer has forced nie to bu my ROiviU dlrti't from the fnrtorle ti perior to Unit of the United States. why I ell cash, But in reality wo have the moro for-- nnd imiv noxit le and that It can U' had mone than giHKl phi for midnblo navy in the opiuiou of experts. auv where on earth I'liinu from ?S to Call on and It is not tho number of ships or tho .Mhj Organs S25 s tip Manford. or Ky ltr.F.I. ' number of guns that "count"" so much as the thiclini'SH of tho armor atid tho caliber of tho guus nud, ns of old, tho fighting spirit of tho men. In nil theso ILouisvillo, Ky., America has a decided advnntago. 1 1 DR. R. m. PH6LPS. Kentucky. Caledonian Co., : Insurance of Scotland. I'OUNDUD lHO5. Stanford, RB.MAHONY.Agt, bTANFt)ltl). KV. W i) A. tt I H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky , 1 ad-d- rv LOUISVILLE HOTEL Is Reccivlnjt liiM Fall And V Inter GoodH. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give John I). UNCLE SAM7SGREAT ARMY. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN The Ladiei Hestaurunt is the finest in the city. Evory convenience for ladles sending Ihe day in the city. Uentlontn's Cafe on otllce lloor. DE, W. b. pssiTisnr, J.C.JYlcCkAY TJITDS&TAEBR! ! ! : : ttbt T "1 M 1 $tJ?rH.'fc'jjfcJW ttnM.t?nM?rMnW Sii .S..f..f.. rAl1 1V1 13. 1. A.. 'IL1NK K. II. J. liKP.D. . 11 A CON, .' '.v ' ij, ' I W ;ttj : J 6ent by mall to any address on receipt price with four cent perjdeck , for postage. Persons reinlltlnj,.ftl.G0 fjr one dozen lota will have them sent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. , ra lies contemplating cuenro or wnist clubs should not miss this opportunity ' to lay in a stock of fine cards at such low rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., C. & O., Lexington, Ky. of above a Ilcrry, of this place, )' he never had Mr anything do him so much good and i;Ive such quick relief from rheumatism as ChamR'rlalu's 1' In Il.tliu. He ai bothered ttreatly with shoot- l i I,. .iJn.l .l.t.. If.. I. K. itaitr. me. it. which .no rd. i.roamt reiiof.-- u. I,ru!l'. St I'arH, Ohio For sale by Craig a limner, oiauiuru, iy. J'.ll-li- iitimiiiiiiiiiHiiiMiiiiiiiiiir !.r..,. t.l... ..ll IVTVtpWVvV'P'J'! The ltrKiilars, the National Guard and the Itecently AuthorlseU Volunteers. When pcaco reigns, tho army of tho United States consists of 2C.000 regular troops and tho organized militia and uatiounl guard of tho various state. In all there tiro 10,000,000 men nvnilublu for military duty. At present the army cousists of nbont 27,000 regulurs nnd 80,000 volunteers. Tho regular urmy of tho United States consists of 20 regiments of infantry, 10 regiments of cavalry, 7 regiments of nrtlllery nnd n battalion of eugiueer soldiers, tho total number of enlisted men not to oxceed nbout 27,000. It is also provided with n corps of adjutant generals, of inspector generals, of quartermasters, of subsistence, of engineers nnd of ordnance, n medical corps, a corps of paymasters, a chief signal officer, n bureau of military justice, n number of chaplaius, n force of Indian scouts, the officers on the rotired list nud tho professors nud endets of tho United States Military academy. In command of these uro uino general officers viz, threo major generals and six brigadier generals. Tho constitution of tho United States has given tho power to congress to provide for calling "forth tho militia to executo tho laws of tho Union, suppress insurrections nud repel invasions." Congress, by legislation, has given tho president tho authority to cull forth the militia under certain exigencies, as has beeu frequently done. When called itito actual service of tho United States, tho militia receive pay from tho government and are subject to tho rules nnd articles of wnr. Tho militia is therefore a part and parcol of tho urmy of tho United States, although in common use tho term is limited to menu tho regular urmy alone. There is another class of troops not belonging to tho regular army nor to tho militia which has been raised by congress and employed by tho government. These troops nro known ns "volunteers," nud muet not bo confounded with tho militia formed into volunteer companies. When a sudden emergency demands, theso volunteers nro employed by authority of congress. Those organizations, when received into actual service, nro arranged into brigades nud divisions by the United States officers nud aro commanded by goueral officers who, with their staff officers, receive their appointments from tho United States. This makes nu essential difference- between them and tho militia. And although thcho orunuiza-tiou- s assume tho names of tho states in which they volunteered for service, they nro truly United States troops nnd not fjuion. state troops, nor militia. They are April ,s the mmth in vhlch mauy troops raised by cougrcss, and tho comuro treuiendooa ovets in American history pany nnd regimental officers by the governors of states. tnni,.,inno if irnnrher fltfiiifthf,. .Vf3W...M. ...,... ...w. .W. ..MWW. foro that h, April our wnr wIth Spaiu ; Spain's bull fighters made money last for the ljberntion of tho Cnbnu ropublic year. Mazzantini, ir. (JO fights, killed 108 bulls and mado :t(.)(l,000 pesetas; fiuould bein. Roverte's score was 71 fights, Kit) bulls Of tho 25 infantry regiments of the and 270,000 pesetas, while Guerrltu regulur army all but two havo beeufor with 7(5 lights and 147 bulls (slaughtered some days in readiness nt Now Orleans, earned 15(1,000 pesetas, or $91,000. Mobile, Tampa, Key West and Dry Liberia Is tho only more or less civilTortugas. ized couutry whoro clocks aro almost For tho first time in history tho bi entirely dispensed with. Tho sun rises cyole will play an important part ll) exactly at (i A. M., and sets at 0 i M., warfare. Tricycles will be used to trans throughout tho year, and is vertically overhead at noon. port Maxim guus, two men to a guu. -- I lima Call. Caulkhax. A.(l. Laxiuk. THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Music - Manager. Tiiesdav, TnursiUy and Sunday Kvcuing. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. "BIG 4 IIOUTK. BE&BEE The Ht-- l Uuetoatul From 5 C&STLBH&&. TOLEDO AND DETROIT All I'olnl.in MlchUan. MANAOKItS, Commerce Building, Louisville AgnU Throughout the uulti. CHICAGO. White City ST. LOUIS. AToldlng the Tunnel llettTenulnal felition. Sclal." W. A. THIBBLI, 1xk-j- Agfnl, Stanford, - BOSTON. Wagner SlrrplnrfCsrs. Cars, 1'rlal Uuflel I'arlur Cam, Waitirr Slu-pinand Ulo Comi.arlnietit Car.. BbiaHt Cosehi lug Can. He sure your jr - - Kentucky. NEW YORK. Farmers Bank&Trnst OF STANFOnii. KY. Co . rTu. MrCUItMICK. Traltlc Mr CINCINNATI ticket, read via "IIICJ FUOIl" WAKIir.N J LYNCH A. (ten. Paw. A Tkt OHIO. Paid up Capital, Surplus, 200,000 03 17,603 80 Souttiern Railway Tin: c. 0 niiPT'praii! blifcAlliiM PENnTKATCS cnv r are a lly proTltluui of It. charter, In National Hanks, fully protwted a. Its ttiarvholder Miitf hrM iudirldiially liable to Iheoilelllof the amuuntof thrlrilock therein at taluit thereof, la addition to the amount la tuih iliarps II may act bj executor, ad' luinlitiatur, tru.le. Ac , a. fully a an Indiridusl. Tendering our thanks to thoae wbu lute fiitriut-n- l Ihrir biulurM to M, we trust they will continue to do so, ami we oiler a a guarantee fur proiupt atd tention to taaieinir SO yonr.' eiin'rietice In atednliiri dillnr thsr bank-Inlan- with hhiiiiI bauktni;. aslleralai(umiuoilatlont niRKCTORV a.aie cuuilttrut J.J. J. .1. EIGHT GREAT STATES KentueUv. Virginia. Uuorgln. Sortli and South Carolina. Alabama. Tenue-.Me, S William tiooch, S J. Kmhry, William., Ml. Vernon; W. II. CuiiiiuIiis, I'rearheniTllle; HJ. K.Lynu, A. J. II. Owkley, ts. ll.Shauls J. F. CmL V. Cuil-cnter- , N. Menefee. S. ILShsnli. Freatdent, J. II Owaley Cndiler; W M 'ricis. Through Sleeping Cars llelwieit LouUvlilo am' the South. llrllit "TbIIh FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOlil), KY. THREE DAILY TRAINS Dich way between LouUvillound Lexington - Capital Stock S100.000. Surplus, $15,750 -- W ' Attention ot the luihllc la called to the fact that W. A. THltlC, O. P. A.. Untli la lathe only National Hank In Stauford. Waslilnstou. P. C der the iirorlilon nt the National Hank Act W. !l. TAYLOC. A. O. P. A depositors aie secured not only h the cajiltal stock, LouKvllle, Ky. but by thei stockholders' llahlflty (or an aiuouut that eiualln thestoelc so fund dpKiorsof thlslustltu. ot j.to.boo. Fire sworn Hon are iccurol by a statements of tho condition ol the Hank are made each year to the Fulled Mates OoTermnent and Its assets are examined nt stnte.l Umts by government amenta, thus securing additional and )crtert sjtet Dealers In to deiwiltor. Tills luitltutiou ortjdnally estnldlslxd as the De posit Dank of Stauford In Inta, then reorgnnlipil a, the National Hank ofStaulord In WA andagain Order Ollleo and Feed Hxchaiige near Kail-roa- d reoritanlied n tin First National Hank of Stanford In IMS'.', has had praulially au uninterrupted existl Crossing. Depot St., Stanford. belter Yard, Mill St . latelj J. II. Illgglns' ence for IW years. It Is hualness supplied now wltV, racllllles for tranat tliiK prumptly and Stand. Satisfaction (Juaraiiteed. Jan. 1 than ever lifore In Its long and honorable Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tiruii carer. ar.d Individuals solicited. NOEL66SON, Coal, Corn And Hay, Ky-Coa- Mason Hotel MIIS. U. D.SIMl'SON, Pror. DIHECTORS. Lancaster. : Kentucky. first-clnss. J.S. V. H. T. Harris, F. Held, Lincoln Co.; " J.ll.Colller.Crali Orch'd M. U.Ktmore, Stanford, llocker, F. Walton T.P. Hill. M. J. W. Haydcn, Stanford S. II. Haugbtuiu, " W. A. TriMile, " J. Miller, Mt.Vtrnon. CashU t. Newly furnished; clean beds; splended orriCBRS. Porters J.S..Hocker, table. Everything J'reddenti J.J. Mclloberls 60 trains. meet A A. McKlnney, AlatanlCjahler. ' "i,.1i il ... . I tat.,ta