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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898051301 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. .XXVII. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, LANCASTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. MAY 13. 1898. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, ?1S0,-000,000. NO. 20 MIDDLEBURG. Our citizens propose to charter a Todd, Capt. Tho gold reserve is now over The Louisville Dispatch teems to be train and go to Lexington to sou Capt. cnborry, "d. died In Muditsun. thu favorite with all classes here, for Auditor Stone says the Frankfort news. The Hank of I'orryvillo has dcelarod Duncan's company before they are penitentiary cleared $.'1,1100 In April. II per ordered South. Rev. W. E. Foster has filled his apa !J pur coiit. dividend and carried Messrs. J. W. Miller, W. H. Mason The K ms Hotel, with COO rooms and pointment at the Baptist church, of cent, to surplus. Powoll Carroll killed Kobort Nekton and George Palmer wont nt delegntcs built at a cost of .0O.OO0, burned at which he Is pastor. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McWhortcr are with u rook on Greasy Creek in Hell from this county to tho Suite Connncr- - Excelsior Springs, Mo. clal Convention nt Louisville. rejoicing over their lirst born. It Is a John Ueddow, of Memphis, stated on county after passing a few hot words County Clerk J. M. Duncan knew his death bed that he had poisoned two boy and the event occurred Monday. with him. Mamma and papa doing well. Mitts Laura V. Colson, a niece of the Admiral Sampson while at tho naval of his brother's ehildi on. school, nod ho has coutidencc in his Miss June Allen, aged KS, jumped John Delk, who went to Texas three congressman, has from a pusingcr train neur Sailors' years ago, returned Saturday with hla H. P. Whitman ability to destroy the Spanish lloet. of Mlddlcsboro. In the police court, "Sweety" GUI Rest, Teuu.. and was instantly killed, family. He Is In destitute eircutn-Ptancgot the ollleu at Science Hill. Many cities, large and small, are eel- and has erysipelas in his feet Judge W. L. Drown, of the London was lined S10 for breach of the peace, and Dan Adams was lined W for the ebratlng the Dewoy victory In grand and legs and Is unable to walk. court, follows the precedent of another Dr. I. S. Wesley, who has moved to Kentucky judge and opens Ills court same offense Doth parties are colored, style. Cincinnati will celebrate the We believe, over here, that the Span 21st. Lancaster, stands at tho head of bis with prayer. At Ml. Sterling. John Mitchell hit profession in this county, und no one Lieut. John Gibson, navigator of the lsh llect has sailed for the Philippines of Admiral Dewey's ships, and intend to hold them and abandon his wife with his list and she dropped has been more successful than he In his Hoston, one was bom In Clay county, Ivy., 42. yenrs Cuba, knowing that they can not hold dead. He it. In jail and likely to imvo 10 or 12 years pructlce here. The peohis neck broke. ple regret to part with him, but wish ago and was appointed by Col. Matt both. John Owens, of Cartercounty, drank him success In his new field. W. E. Hroaddus has been appointed Adams. Our townsman, William Miller, who The State Convention of Sons of Vet- a prison guard and is on duty at Frank cirbolic acid when he found that he erans met In Louisville t.ils week and fort. Capt. Letcher Owsley has been 'had keen sued on un account. The is somewhat of a wag, says he has al. ' ways regarded the Spaniards as mighty elected K. II. Hansford, of the Sotnor-he- t sick for a few davs, but will soon bo doctors saved him. Commander, which Is u ablotoboln his olllce, looking after! Charles F. Uavemeyor, son of the ff0od people, from the fact that when Paragon, late Theodore Havemeyer, committed he was a boy, his father raised a kind tho county's Interests. very high compliment. A. II. Hastln. of Crab Orchard, wns 'suicide at- his home In Roslyn, L. I. He of sweet potato he called the Spanish Lon Howcn, Lee Scearco nnd John : w years old. No motive for the and that It was a powerful good potato. Jonos engaged in a fight at Lawrence-burg- . hero Wed no sd ay. Re says that for a' reasonable sum or a given number of suicidal act Is known, W. T. Coulter Pays we did him an Howen's skull was Iraetured by subscribers, he will put in u telephone) At South Bend, Ind., Frank injustice In our last. He says he was Jones. John Melon, peacemaker, lost here and furnish London, I'Ington fatally shot Mrs. Vuhlert, a already captain of a company of home an ear and received a bad oealp wound. Mt. Vernon, Livingston, Hrodhcud, widow with whom he boarded, because guards und since the publication in the The Lucas livery stable at Manches- Crab Orchard, Stanford and Danville. he refused to marry him. He then Interior Journal that his company ter, belonging to Mrs. Amanda Lucae, Judge Hurpsldo has enlisted 14 more u'uw out his own bruins, has disbanded und ho Is having trouble win totully destroyed by lire last weok. volunteers, who will leave for Lexlng- After sawing the bars of his cell, J. in getting it together again. T. S. B. A quantity of feed, one homo and three ton on Friday morning, to take the C. Calm, a prisoner in the Lexington or four buggies were burned. London place of any men who may be rejected 'jail, jumped from the second story win' LAND AND STOCK. ICentuckian. In the examination of Capt. Duncan's Jdow. Ho was picked up unconscious Several Fuyette county farmers sold Judge Harr reduced the ball of Hank- company, bovoral of them are from ,anu in Ken back to jail er McKnight from ?H,000 to $12,000, adjoining counties and he may be able James Harris, who escaped from tho 4,700 bushels of wheat at 81.07 to 81.20. Nelson Record rejxjrts sales of a endlng his appeal from a seven years' to send 20. Frankfort penitentiary in liS0, has just lotThe of extra good 1,100 pound cattle at wrecking. Mr. Nick tiuntonce for bank Messrs. J. I. Hamilton and J. E. Rob- been captured at New Albany, Ind., to He. McDowell, of Danville, wont on his inson nre In Adair and Taylor counties which place he tied and was married. T. J. Culton sold to Lawrence Rogbond. buying horses for artillery purposes. His wife and two children are prostra- ers, of Danville, a gelding for S70. At Lawroncoburg, tho Opera House, R. IT. Tomllnson attended court at ted. Beazley Bros, told a saddle gelding for the Klondike Hotel, postotllce, barber Harrodsburg this week. Messrs. S. D. The supreme court holds that the 800. ' shop and Miller's confectionery were and J. M. Rolhwoll aic repairing the lowu law forbidding the sale of liquors Edgar Reynolds and II. H. Wade burned, loss $70,000. Tho Lexington Dripping Springs proixjrty, and It will ' in the Stute und making It a crime to sold their wool to William Morcland company was wired for, but tho be run to lire transjort them Is unconstitutional as yesterday at 3c. ltt full capacity this season. flames were extinguished before It an Interference with the interstate Miss Ellone Hyatt, daughter of WilCash wheat is selling at Chicago at could leave home. liam Hyatt, of HynltsvlIIe, won tho commerce. 81. 0 and has been a high as 81. So, Sixteen Negroes and six whites, gold A Paris dispatch says John I. Moore, medal In thu Demorest contest, "Over tho Hhlne" residents of Middles-boro- , hold who died last week in St. Louis, had while July brings 81.15. at Walnutta church. Five young E. J. Thlsler sold 2,000 bushels of old were unmercifully whipped by a ladles competed for tho prize. Ml.--s his life insured for $17,000. Moore left wheat at 81. Clem Johnson sold 2,000 of 10 whlteonpiwr.. The victim band Hyatt's subject was: "The Bridal Bourbon three years ugo, leaving a bushels of new wheat at SOc. Harrodswore inarched at pistol point to the Wine Cup". Miss Frances Spruit, It largo indebtedness, which caused a' burg Sayings. outskirts of town where they wore is said, would huve been entitled to tho number of failures In that count v. The best patent Hour in Chicago ls8S bound nnd (logged. The Ice covering a stream in a defile prize, if one had been awarded. second per barrel, an advance of $'A within HO Mrs. John Taylor, of Mercer, was nun, Prntni. T.ulr.i A ifnt.it .n. davs ,ind bread has been advanced from ',h,nn .'. son. .., Judge Burnsldc allowed 3107 for pro nn.i..r , fatally shot by hor . I .. ... ... ....w..i, wi ..luimiu- - uc o oc per ,ion . II a revolver, and v.u.ng .or ami senuing two cnuurcn Mr. Taylor had donned W1(, nope t,mn a Qf ..,,, "stale of Robert Downing sold , ,., hnndwl it to the child to put in n draw- named Daley, aged two and four years, ,1Pf.11iIlUMi tVl., .i er, when the little follow pulled the trig- to tho Orphan's Home at Louisville.',,. ll?ltnitl ,!...,,. lliini.fltti .i... fpiwnn aW bushels of wheat to Cincinnati parties for 81.25 per bushel, the highest ger, dicoharging it, the ball entering Their mothers hnd been living with t.ouul, coining out them in an old, dilapidated house, in his moUior's forohoad and Oscar Dunin. a school bov. was found ""l" u " iU!lsu" uouni-- v ,u in ears F. P. Bishop bousrht of T. J. Hill, J the country, In a slate of perfect desti- dead hanging from a rafter in an unused In the lop of hor head. tution. Tho four were brought to town part of his lather's house ut Bardstown. M. Hill, R. Cobb, E. P. Woods. C. C. The Harrodi'burg Sayings Is walulng on a cold day tome time ago, when even It is believed that he was playing cir- VunArsdalc and others a lot of hogs at on Ita auricular, buuiiu.. thu Iov. W. .'lie. T. J. Hill also sold him a fat cow In a sermon at the women were cus and w.i-- imitating a trapeze cr- O. flood loo denounced It at .'lo. Our now train service will begin Sun- - former, when prm ivii- - iin.rlit and added that it tu the Christian churoh Plaudit had no trouble defeating Lle- dav night, when u train, over our road, ui)OUt wa. unlit to comu Into the hoiieos of neef. TJ. ii'aii llnl Iv1!!,.! Mrrnln Wrwlnnjrlni' win miiKc connection with the night Jumos Dawson, of Elgin, 111 aged 2d ducu'il jwople. The paper had publishc,apk takes al LouUv,i,e, finish. trains at Stanford, and return to Cin- years, desired to accompany the volun- - lho oped us an advertisement tho null-loc, four , ths nhend of theTonne8. s cinnati. By this arrangement our tion men's argument against the adopleers to tho war. His widowed moth-- 1 ,..! im. can go and spend the day in Lou- or's tion of the law and that was the joliit entreaties prevailed, and he merely In this sec The for preacher furthur isville or Cincinnati, returning home nt went to Miik ihkiiiit to see l.t . friends ttnn prospects flnni.wheat Th of Its ollondlng. 7." .imiI .1 rwt til nnvnt nighu It is said that our day train leave. He was Mild that tho paper had "told out to the , crowded from the plat-- i er. . . i .v i will be reversed on Monday so as to form, run over by . ... t. . saloon mot)." This latter etatomont, the train and killed .. nn , ,, 1with tho trains at Stanford, tfwna t.nw UIU 1111 When Sallle Rogers was up In Louis Chester Democrat. tilwt in uu VVJP. Kdltor Marriinon denounces "(Ua mali- coiiuoct which will be a groat convenience to viilo for killing Houston cious fulsahooJ, on u par with tho unHutchison, Elect oncer has 12 in his list with re the traveling public. This train, she said: "1 aimed the revolver ut called for HIkiI bo uttered, tome time cords below 2:15, Hi with records bewill not run on Sunday. Jackson Jones, my sweetheart. I must sine, against our boys and young men, We are as much at sea as the Span- - have been nervous, for the bullet kill- - tween 2;15 and 2:20, Ifl from 2:20 to 2:25 almost without charactcrixlng them, 74 between 2:25 and 2:150, or a grand s and drunk- ish tleet Is, us we are unable u locate ml Hutchison." On her way back to! 1 oxcoptlon, as iTi 7 f ,aa , II ards, but was compelled to retract the it. Tho wild and coulllcllng reports jull she said: "The joke is on me. I'm .,IV ,. r ee mules to the untruth in the face of the most sum- snt out are of such a character as to a bad shot." government at 870, 875 and 805. B G. mary evidence to the contrary." The cuueo the people to dUcredltuny report Fox reached Boston all right with his MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. election wasj held last Tuesday and lo that is circulated. It has been reported 22 head of horses. He sold them at here that the Lancaster coiiiMiny would Charles Harris, lb, and Miss Mary oal optlou was defeated by iH. auction Wednesday, Advocate. go at once to C'htekuinnuga, and also Howell, is, were married at the bride's James Burks bought of J. II. FnrrU C. that it would go direct to Tampa. On home near Tullahomn, Tenn., Tuesday. 100 CHEAP RATES ON Q. barrels of old corn at 81.75. Wag- Wednesday, Capt. Duncan telegraphed Mr. Herman Schutor, of Casey, and 0rs & Cohen hipped to Cincinnati a liscL'RSlON". One fare for tho round for 10 or 20 more mon. It Is w. ,. ..uil.l .iwnot known Mi MUlin Cnixrl r.1 W...W .t,.li....... car load of fat hogs, bought In this viW.X. trip to Lexington, on account of thej ,..l,.ll,... ll ...I... .1... .. .-. .u ' ....v Leti-- ue American Wbeelmou Meeting, piace 01 men, wno nave noun rejected, were miirried at her home on tho 10th. cinity at .'! to 3 cents. Richmond Frank Harvey, of LuPorto, Ind., has Register. Juno 20th and 21st, from all points In or whether the number, necessary to brought suit for divorce because his 22d to return. T. T. Covington hus engaged to sell Kontucky. Good to June form a company, has been increased. wife draws his salary and won't glyo 11,000 bushels of now wheat at 90c. M. Bicycles handled free. him even pin money. F. Arbucklc, of Klrksvlllo, sold to Blue Grass Tournament, Richmond, POUTICAUWNTS, Josuph Slmcox, Gov. Bradley's ste- Potts & Duerson 200 barrels of corn on One fare the round-triMay 20-Hon. G, (J. Gilbert will speak at nographer, and Mis, Jo&ephino Sulli- cars at Silver Creek at $2. Richmond from all points in Kentucky. Good till afternoon. van, of Lexington, eloped to Lawrence-bur- g Climax. May IlOth to rot urn and were married. John D. White Is out for Congress in see our Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas Excursion Lexington to Sunday, from all the 11th, but Judge Vincent Borolng Mooro has ju&t issued his monthly retroops In camp, next Whon You Havo.a Bad Cold port, showing all the crops so far to be points between Somerset and Crescent seems to have inadu his calling an elecYou want tliolt imilldtie that can xs obtained iSpeclnl train leaves Somerset tion sure. in excellent condition, especially wheat. unit that It (.'hamlietUin't Cough Iteiuetly Springs. You ivaut a remeily that "111 nut only giro quick In souze parts of the State the fruit The Senate has passed a joint resoluat tl:.'10 a. M., stopping all points. Recrop was slightly damaged by the returning, leaves Lexington at 7 i M. tion proposing an amendment to tho lellof Init eitect a oruianent cure You wnul a teiiuily that relleio the limes cent frosts. Regular trains only from North of constitution, fixing inauguration day anil keep exiettomtioii eaiy. will hereafter on May 4, Instead of March You want a remedy that will coiintenict any tenLexington. Emmett G. Logan, why was very dency t.manl pueiiiiKinia. Play Bali.. -- Reds vs. Louisville's 4. editor-poeYiiii want a rcmtily that is pleaMtit and safe to close to tho Judge W. S. Pryor, of Frankfort; Cincinnati, Sunday, May 15. 81 25 take. writes of him In the Louisville Times: e Bound Trin from Junction City and Chad. Poynts, of Maysvllle, und W. T. CliamU'rlalu's Coiili Ueiueily Is the only "When tho spirit of Henry T. Stau-to- n lu to that meets all of thee reulreiueat. Queen and Crescent EUN, of Owensboro, took the oath of Dunvlllo, Ky yesterday entered into Valhalla it partic- olllce us Election Commissioners in the This remedy Is famous for Its cures of had colds Route. Ask Ticket Agents for the G. P. A., ortlco of tho clerli of the Court of A p. thnii:huiit It haUnited Slates and hi many foreign met none braver, truer, gentler. A ulars. W. C. Rlnearson, many rhiln, hilt, for the speedy countries. peals. Tho work of appointing Coun- and iermaneut cure ol had cold.( stands without a soldier by instinct and training, a poet Cincinnati, O. ty Commissioners will bo done with tho (eeraudlts pleudld iulltles are e cry where ad- who 'lisped in numbers because the wet weather was hard on udvlco of tho Democratic organization. mired and praised. For sale by I'ral t Hotter. numbers came,' he wus the truest of Tho recent Stanford, Ky. friends, the most fearless und generous tho citizen soldiers who had just gone of foes, one of the most admirable and Two onterprlslng ladies have engug-e- d camp; but It had Its uses as part of into The Cleveland Rubber Works has in the business of frog raising neur received a rush order from tho govern- lovuble of men. Peace to thy ashes, the discipline of a soldier's life. It ! tuny have been Intended as a foretaste Lexington and epicures will soon have ment to furni&h 15,000 ponchos for the perpetuity to thy faino thou sweetest in Cuba. ponds right under their volunteer army. Thoy are light rubber of our singers, thou better part of at frog legs from of the rainy sensou many who loved theo noses. blankets, 72x45 Inches, and are adapted least one of tho living, mourn theo dead." i:iltaa Kerry, of tills place, J lie never hail M The Ohio Methodists celebrato tho to threo uses. They can bo used as ....'. i.,' .1,1 1,1m ho much uikxI antlcUti mill " mi.j i When you can not ileep for coughing take Cham rlienmatUm m Uumlniiln a centennial of their career In Ohio June blunkets, as capes, or four of them may iiiilr. rellel' fwm Beginning In 170S, be laced together und mudc into a tent. berlalu's Cough Hemedy, It always gives prompt H.c.ny ...... .....- - 20, In Dolawure. Halm. He "a ixiwieri-rln relief. It Is most excelled for colds, iiijiuliiifromlilpu knee until IioiimmI iliUllnl-me- they now number in tho State 1,400 It Is thought that fully 200 of tho two exploration, relieves the lungs ami too, as It aid, prevents any I'. Hater ail'onU pwniit reller.-- H. whlcli 300,000 members, and huve regiments at Lexington will be rejectI'or ule by Craig & tendency toward'pueuuionla. Craig A ministers, Hmtwl.t, St. rrU, Ohio. Tor alo hy property valued at $15,000,000. Hoiker, Stanford, Ky. ed. Hoctir, Staiifonl, Ky. 75, becn-appointcd W. and Mile Qult- -' post-must- er es ' - AriLl.Eyr'YVJ TYPES OF REGULAR ARMY SOLDIER. - ' , "V . .uivery jf'oot; xnere is Tne .for ". Ilur-exchan- j I VI Mj ill St' I : td:4. XltiJULU AlAnld itcuhm.i OilUfcJ. B en ,g M M ': Ks i )i . jeupic. .Vliy Olio Ciin ,oll shoes once. We sell shoos over nnd over to the same neotile. Steadv trade Is the test of a shoe store. Wc have lots of such advertisements I, rt la 3UUV i uu.I. l An 1J litfihii ucim n 1A.f... ..aL.4 il lining (njuik . li . . ,.i fg ll' V ! jn Walkino All Over The fnnnfrv. They wa'k ' :t XI jtA good deal, their shoes feel so easy and look well. . call on u,, Always v : CALDWELL & LAN1ER, The Lending Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. 'Vrt .Si HLWHYS HHBflD In Low Prices and Good Material. An gant Hup of Children's Sult. ele- ! lo-L- -u nlne-yeur-o- ld 1 .... .,..i., "- -, -- ..hi; i Best Line of $10 Suits In the State. UK , m . Pine Shoe-.- . Nobby Shirts. Kept In Stylish Neckwear. Suit, tniule to order and year order one j bare-foote- d. , j i x ' mm l!J wvzW THE GLOBE, I L. I ntOHMAX k Co., Danville, Ky. cltl-aun- li !- t -- ,. ... .. :' 1- how-ove- r, j i c dram-drinker- '", n 'Ml IJ FOOTWEAR Our Stock of I TO - M :. M V( U It : iT . Ladies' -., rV-il- , 1 i li. . ..-- ':l V I I Children's I Shoes, Slippers, & Het Things the market affords. Is full of the Nicest and . p Per-ryvil- ie I :. ,Y Qocolate, Tan, With BroWn 5; BlacH, I iKi either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes. I III "N HL - J. IVIROBERTS. jioslli'e and sew big-heart- t, mciP-clu- Go to Danville us s Mil as CYT the Handsomest Lino of EW WILL PAPER I Coloring- - i i .1 In the Latest will pay you to Cheaply Ever raado South of the Ohio Blvor. Tho trip You will Hud thesee and know how painting latest styles for vtiu can Handsomely Decorate Vour lloiiso. houses, und all Information freely gh en. jPCTy?T FRAME A. El. Beds, Moss, Green and New Blue ever shown In this State. so the rine-- t Display of New Al- MOULDING I at m Window Shades, All Kinds of Paints, Varnishes, Window Glass nnd I'alut Brushes nnd Art Material -- m N. W. MAY, Cleiik. GIBBONS, Danville. (G) No. 300 Main Street. ' M' HI M i. v.; i Montana. Tho war department has notified Gov Bradley that equipments for Kenis tho name to remember when buying Sarsapnrilln. Dr. tucky troons were sent from Philadel Aycr's Sarsaparilla lias boon curing ptopMo right along for supplies have not phia May f. Theso nearly T0 years. That is why it is acknowledged to bo tho arrived and there is much complaint in Of Mndlxon Countv. a candidate for sovereign Sarsaparilla. It is the original and the standard. In tho Eighth Congressional District consequence. of Kentucky, subject to tho notion of tho Tho record of tho remedy is without a rival,- - a record that Anarchy and amino at homo condemocratic party. is writton in tho blood of thousands, purified by its power. incendiary FIVE AMERICANS KILLED.i'C tinue to menace Spain. An of tho grain fire destroyed nearly half "I nurse! a lady who was Buttering from blood poisoning and mtMt HON. G. G. SHOUT HUT TKIIK1FIC NAVAL KNOAOK stores in Madrid and the cortes Is being havo contracted tho disease from her: for I had four largo mire, or ulcer, Of Sholhy County. Is a candldato for break out on my person. I doctored for a long lime, both by external MENT. In tho Eighth Congressional District of urged to adopt extreme measures to application and with varioua blood medicine, but in npite of all that I Kentucky, subject to the action of tho demcould do, Iho sores would not heal. At hut I purchased ix bottle of kink amek1ca.v sum's 1IOMHAUUINO prevent a bread fumlne. ocratic party. Ayera Sanwparilla, thinking I would give it a thorough trial. Ueforo tho The big camp of volunteers to be san Juan. six bottle hail Ikhti taken, tho ulcers were healed, tho Mn nound nnd B. THOMPSON, V. S. UUNHOATCONCOHD established near Washington will be HON. natural, and my health better thnn it had bvon fur years. I havo been SINKS A SPAN located Mr. J. H. Ashhurst. who was hurt a candldato for Hill, across tho Of Mercer. at Munson's well over since. I had rather h.no one InUtlo of I)r J. I' Ayer's Sareapa-W- a in a folding bed at Mr. J. M. White's, IAKD AFTEIl TWOHOUKS UATTI.E. In tho Eighth Congressional for Congress Potomac, in Fairfax county, Va. It is is better and his doctors now have some than threo of any other kind r Mr. A 1 Tatlob, I'nglov.ile, N. Dale. District of Kentucky, subject to tho action FIVE ICILLED AND SEVERAL WOUNDED a historic location, only a short distance hopes of his recovery. democratic party. of the IN AN ENGAGEMENT OFF CARDENAS. back of Arlington Heights. Tho deaf and dumb cadets at tho ! DEWEY STILL MASTER OF THE SITUASuite school at Fulton, Mo., the only TION AT MANILA. company of Its kind In the world, have Key West, May 12. In an engage- offered their services to Gov. Stephens On Ouu dispatches received last evening 9, 98, tell of a small, but terrific, naval bat- ment off Cardenas, the first Americans to fight the Spanish. This company Is We will M'll at iiil.llc mile tle oir Cardenas, Cuba, in which the were killed b'y tho enomy. Ensign W. fully equipped and well drilled. Acres Bluo-Cras- s Land the Spanish sent a shot through tho The New York harbor patrol licet Ailjolnlnit our home. Mtiutr.1 un tlx Stanford A Bagely and four men of torpedo boat, torpedo boat Wlnslow's boiler and has been greatly enlarged and the mln Ottenlieim lke ami Jsmith of tlit' ( ratiOnliaril and Oro6 School llouv, bjrsted a shell on her deck, killing Winslow, are dead and several, Includ ed fields are being closely guarded to Sugarland well witrrcil, tle in Manila ciiuiilrII ThU orslx prtnK on live of our sailors and wounding a num- ing the captain, wounded. The Wilm- prevent the cutting of mine wires by running all the tune, li.m.ly to chimin ami kIio1 Iume, cu.nl ne ber of others. They also tell of the ington, Hudson and Winslow were en- Spanish spies. Several torpedoes and thntion WillIchlsmiootl ami iu ibxkI Mate of cul alMipell one by Sampson, bombardment of San Juan Yoko Oxen. 1 Dry Cow, 2 Q:od Durham Cows adrift lately. mines have been gaged. 2 hore wapiti, pool as Ami the sinking of another Spanish boat In In round numbers Sampson's squad- tuckyGle, I Drill, .ITtirnliillown, new, I Km Key West, May 12. Fight was ter-I Mill Wlitut Ule Philippine waters and give other lato Wood Waller 'rlfic while it lasted. American ships ron has a displacement of 40,000 tons, flow, i Shorel riowo,lloaivr and AHinder IMimri, mm lioneCultlvator, news. Yesterday's papers told of tho and can throw 20,000 pounds of metal old llfrvford Hull, 2 rxtra tins horses, and iiwnjr went after the Spanish gunboats, who order to send 10,000 regulars to Cuba And high prices run down by us. We will sliaro it prio with you if you give us vour at one discharge, while the bpanisn other article too tedious to mention. and mI to Tcrini nude known on dav ol sale Monday, to bo followed by 43,000 volun- opened fire first and concentrating on Capo Verde squadron has a displaceKin at 11 . M. U V A V I AHICAHAM. pntronnfje It is nn undisputed fact, people talk it. lor "it tnkus the .mke" hn von Crab Orchard, Ky transports that Winslow sent a solid shot Into her boi- ment of 29,000 tons and a discharge of M teers. Twenty-fiv- e see our goods at such low prices. can carry 20,000 a trip arcnSw at Tam-p- ler. As the men stood on deck waiting for 10,000 pounds. Wo are making a spucialty of every article in htio 111 n week There have already been muster There was a night call to battle on relief a shell exploded, killing five and ed into the Federal service 50,000 and all the ships at Old Point, and the ceby the end of the week 100,000 volun- wounding a number. Spanish loss not lerity with which crews responded was known. The laud batteries helped the quite remarkable. No preparations teers will have been accepted. The report was sent out Tuesday that Spanish. were made, and the majority of tho the Cape Verde fleet had returned to HONG KONG, May 12. -- A merchant men were asleep, but the guns were Ity onler of tho rical Court, directing Cadiz, Spain, but the navy department me l urnjiike eon to vessel reports that United States gun- ready to shoot on all tho ships in less MVtloiiH from 2or luemllen my tho ix let out In to 3 nnd to is not so sure of it and is endeavoring than six minutes. best bidder. Mailed hltN will ixj received by to find out the truth. Sampson was boat Concord sunk a Spaniard after Special line of 15c dresj goods at 10c por yard. This Is no joke. The Lexngtonl tho KICiil Court of Lincoln County for notified of the report, but ho will be on two hours' battle. No Americans were Leader says: The men In the second metaling nnd repairing the turnpike of Seclnl Hue of 2oc ilrvni goods nt Ific per yard, Lincoln County, which U to Include ditchthe lookout, all the same, for it. Special line of Gflotlrtss goods at LTc jer ynrd, killed. and third regiments are all developing ing and keeping nunc open, repairing and The people of Spain are in a desperkeeping oeii the culvert., repairing Special line of dross New York, May 12. A dispatch colds and sore throats, from sleeping on maintaining tho bridges thereon, all bltUtt lid to ate condition. Riots are rife, the peohalf cover to supply bo tiled on or before straw, with not ple refuse to contribute to the expense from Port De France, Martinique, says their needs. The men are compelled of the war and a ministerial crisis Is says nine American warships are now to sleen six or seven in a stall with a imminent. Everything so far seems to bombarding San Juan, Porto Rico. blanket for every six men. anil the contract to expire Jnn 1st, bo going our way and foreshadowing Washington, May 12. Twelve That shot from Olympla which dis- All metal Muill Ikj the bent obtainable and the early doom of the Spauish govern- thousand troops are to be available to tho road, broken KUlllcIently in Inrgo to the turbed the Rcina Maria Christina was line to p.i through n three Inch ring at It At less than cost of making, ullks, blnck dres good., fancy gingham ment. single greatest diameter Whuro a continuous quantities. perhaps the most destructive Philippines. Now seems to be emphatically the ithnll n not les rock N Washington, May 12,4 1. m. Dew- shot ever tired Into a ship. It was an stretch of Inches rtiiulred, the center and Down right bargains in deep In than four time to strike them fore and aft. We inch shell, and it rocked the spread out four feet Umvel to t good anil eight have them on the run and can make ey has cable working. The Navy De Spanish ship from stem to stern, ex- reasonably free from sand and dirt and rive the war as short as it will be decisive. partment received a dispatch this af ploded her boilers, killed her captain Inches In the center and a spread from four to five feet, as tho condition of tho road retsrnoon, saying that he controls sit and GO men. and set heron fire. quires. Moth classes of metal to Ik; furnishspeeches of Gov. McCreary and j The by contractor. The object Rev. Otto Zimmerman, u Lutheran ed to liavu tho roads kept In of the court uation and Is transferring to transports Is a Hon. G. G. Gilbert at Shelby ville Mon- j refused preacher of Evansvlllc, Ind., con llttou. Tho road bed to I hi day were in the best of taste and noth- guns from sinking Spaniard ships. so as to admit members of tho G. A. R. jKJst roundedrunning to prevent water from stand- Corsets, corset covers and hosiery. Our superb bIidc stock is woll worth your conthereon, and In no Instance ing or ing whatever of an unpleasant- nature sideration and wo can prove to you better by Miaowing you the good nnd price than A disoatch from Gibraltar says that a to his church because thoy wore Cuban to ho al'oned tocut through the metal. occurred. Tho governor spoke first and Spanish Tho work received or rejected by tho trying to explain. torpedo boat exploded in Alge-geir- Hags. In his remarks the mlnlstersald was cordially received. Mr. Gilbert .Magistrate disBay and all on board were lost. that the United States had no right to Countv Judge and located. All In whoepikes trict the section Is of said followed and it being his first public U) laid niT In sections of from two to Congressman D. G. Colson is really take Cuba. A few moments later he shall appearance in his home county since In five miles to earnest about going to war and has was lleelng out of the back door to save secutively each, each endIk?oftiumtntred con same nearest front the his announcement for Congress, he was been commissioned major in the third his life. Stanford, and each bidder can hid separate greeted with an ovation, which showed regiment. many 01 said section as lie sees ly tor In 185S, Dewey was an ensign, the tironor,iihbut must designate the section. The that his homefolks appreciate him. He Gomez says that with the proper lowest commissioned olllcer of the Na bidding shall lie by sections. All bids must f 1.50 suilB nnd 15 suitH. Hoy's suits at 50c tl to 5, boV wash mi it with xallor col-lmade some good Matured tilts at the 3 o'clock p i.. May :o, lsii. weapons, the Cubans can drive the vy, rsow He is .Aumirni, tno nigiiesi. in Hied before nnd nhiHtlc at GOV, hoy's kneo pinlH in ondlevi quantities al l.'Oe to II governor, but the latter evened up The Court jkt pair Spanish from the island, without the This will keep him upon the active list and all bids.reserves the right to relect nnv We make a specialty of tailor made MiiU and shirtn, sntisfarllon and tit guaranThe contractor shall glveliond things in his 15 minute rejoinder and aid of tho Americans. of the navv until he Is 72 years old; it to the Commonwealth for the benefit of the teed. both dreated much laughter and enthuBy cable from Hong Kong to Wash- will give him full pay when he retires County, approved security to lie approed by the I'lscal Court iintl attested by I lie siasm. The governor invited his op ington Is 20,000 miles, the commercial and a corresponding increase of pen- Count)' Judge In at least double the amount ponent to &peak In his town and they rate is SI. 72 por word and the time of sion for the bonetit of his family after of the value of the work to Ik' done anil conwill shortly lock horns there. Mr. ditioned for the faithful ierformance of the transmission six hours. his death. work In maintaining the cctloii or sections Thompson was unavoidably absent and for during tho required time. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee has asked the Senator Sewell, of New Jersey, is contracted to send with his bid the name or the Shelby people will have to wait to President to Tho bidder appoint Russell Harrison not as patriotic as ho tried to make out. names of his liondsmen. hear him until the next round. to the place on his staff of Lieutenant He has decided to refuse the commisThe roads owned aud contracted by tho Sftecially to our now line of nash rihhont and ri'jhon trimming?. Also tho bet up. Colonel and Commissary. him County for which bids will bo reculvedaro general tendered line of parasols in white and all color? sion as followsThe Infamous republican Congress The government gives 8100 for each by of major Come while our stock In complolu and get tho first of evoiy thing the president, after receiving a Mnnfonl, DIx River. Garrard County put an almost prohibitive tariff on man killed in naval battles Turnpike road company and this verbal opinion from Attorney General and White Oak miles, Mnrelaud and containing ('', printing paper, which enabled a thiev- will give Dewey $9,000, his Grierrs that It was unconsltutlonal to miles, Klugsvlllo aud station ing trust to form a combine to force up his officers Admiral good sums and the men 850 hold a seat in the Senate and a commis- f'leasant I'olnt 2' miles, Stanford and Logans Creek from Its Intersection at the the price. It has already sent it up a a piece. sion in tho army at the same time. Stanford aud Crab Orchard pike excluding THE cent or more a pound since last Decem-ba- r The government has refused O. H. P. The small torpedo boat Winslow pre- If aii, the ortIon In the town of Rowland and tho price Is still climbing. For- - Belmont's offer to build and equip a cipitated the first uaval engagement In to (he limits of tho City of .Stanford, ex and Carpenters Creek 4 miles T. D. HANKY, Manager fcuu.j ,, us uuuku u uu.u, u. dynumUo . bout b f h Cuban waters Monday, and a lively lit- - cluding iKirtlou In llustouvllle, lluttonvlllo t.nna hnfniiw tho rieo hnf. thiv urn nnw . . . ...v. . ..w wt.w uu.u n y.i . ,...,, .v,? and llradfordsvllle --'$ miles excluding i,,fnn in uiij UllUI that tie must com tlo battle followed. The Winslow was t.tui i of lliistouvllle, Stanford and LancasHrancli atorcs at Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencehurg exhausted und another supply has mand it. Pynthi fired upon and chased by three Spanish ter GJ4 miles, excluding the tKirtlon In the na, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Klunbcthtown. Krankforl caught us for the extra cent a pound, Muuckport Ind Spain will send 8,000 soldlera and two coastguard vessels, firing back In return. City of Stanford, Lancaster and Crab Or which goes Into the pockets of a few battalions of excluding marines to Manila, but as The Machlas took a hand and chased chardOrchard, !yithe Mirtlon In the town of miles, Danville and Crab Crab men, who profit by republican legisla- it will take 40 days to get them there, tho Spaniards in turn, firing a few Orchard, excluding the Mirtlou within the tion for the classes against the masses. Dewey will long since havo had every shells, tho effect of which Is not known. corporate limits of Stanfoid. Ilowland anil Crab Orchard, i miles, llojlo and Linthing his own way. Sampson is now the centre of attrac2 !4 staComplaint was made in the Senate wriil, .l.."nnnA..iii.. anu, . . uu,uuu tion. Tho generally accepted plan has coln alio miles, Turuersvllle, .Mclxlnucy Fork i hi uiu (u,uuu mica Cotrcyu Mill ft miles. Hanging tion ine Tuesday by Senator Lindsay and others rounusof ammunition which have startGreen Ilvcr5 miles, Danville, DIx Rivbeen for Sampson to meet the Spanish aud and Lancaster tyt miles, that the list of nominations for stair ed from Port Tampa, Gomez will be Meet In the neighborhood of Puerto er andLick "x miles, StanfordStanfordOttenKnob and ollicers contained no Southern men and able to make a start toward the expul Rico. Another victory for cur navy lieim miles. Stanford and Halls Gapf 50 por en t Corn Chop miles, Stanford and I'reachersvlllo A miles, Timothy Hay, 70 " " Western Senators said that their sec- sion of tho Spaniards. of Havana Stafford and Mllledgovlllo T miles. Hush Mixed Hay would make tho reduction 45 " " Chicken Feed 25 per bu. tion had also been neglected. Sectional The consensus of opinion is that wo and San Juan much easier, and would Itraiich 5 miles. Crab Orchard and 1,'j " " COAL. Gap i miles, excluding tiortlon in Crab Clover Hay lines and sectional feelings seemed to i nnn hnlil tlw. PM1lnntnn Tnl...wi !..- vi- au V..U 11, .1 Ml llll ini.LI.IM IfirillllNI. probably obviate any necessity there Orchard, Highland and Waynesburg 'Yt Millet 10 " " .". Falls Ilrauch Lump, have been obliterated except in the1 the claims of the world and ll!H!rbu. may now seem to bo for landing a large miles, Turncrsvlllu, .McCormacks Church Straw It Is U0 " " Jclllco Lump 10 " and Knob Lick 5 miles, lltistouvlllo and of the man, who Is proving that, nested that n for nf n nnn i, Feed Oatj 40p2rhu. JellicoXut McKlnney Station 24 miles. ... . , ' ..h.WVBWV. body of soldiers on tho island. .1 ii in ... v.iu koc liu ti;ti3l., IUUU uu AJUb UIWUB " sent there to garrison them II. lir.L.M, The Philippine group of Islands off ShipstufT 70purcwl rapctiai prices on uotn feed and coal in rise to the requirements of their posi J I'. 1IAILF.Y, It is claimed that no material aid can the coast of Asia, Which will go down largo iUiintitleH. O. H.COOi'EK. tions. bo given tho Insurgents In Cuba until In history as the first conquest made by Committee. THE Commercial Convention at Lou- at least three bases of supplies are oc- the American Republic In the war of cupied, aud then It would require 1893, was discovered by Magellan In his : isville was not as largely attended us j weeks to mobilize the Insurgent forces. first voyage around the world, In 1520. expected, but it was a success in most every particular. Hon. P. W. Hardin of Information has reached Key West There aro nearly 1,200 Islands In the Tho stockholders of the the landing within 50 miles of Ha- group. Their total area is estimated Carpenter' Creek Turnpike Hustonvll'e fc aro requested responded to tho welcoming address KEEP YOUH EYE ON THE vana of the expedition under commund at 115,000 square miles, without includ- to meet at tho Wentherford Hotel In and John W. Yerkes was made permaon Saturday afternoon at 'J o'clock, of Captain Dorst, Fourth Cavalry, ing many of the smaller groups. To- May 14, lfe'JS, for tho ptirjioso of electing diPICTURE nent chairman. Tho sessions were to which loft Tampa on board tho trans- bacco, hemp, sugar and rice are tho rectors for the ensuing year -- i 4 Of thu Malno and look nle..,, ' it....i.. ...... close last night with a royal banquet. 10 W. II. WKATllKlcroitP, Piosldent. ay to Spain, while ho takes port Gussle. sua, Ji ,, x chief staples produced. Climate condi' Keen your o.yo on tho hargalns wo Secretary Alger wants the President tions aro those of the tropics, sultry, are A cigarettk smoking dude isn't fit L the 'U . -1 .'" T&: W to issue another call for 73,000 volun- damp and trying weather throughout for anything on earth and very little in ,0," sSw ecor ate d "'trea'u teers. Ho thinks thoro should be un the year. hell. Those who havo screwed their sjn TJF.vIiC! "'3. r ,IA courage up and enlisted in the army army of fresh troops to fall back on, If Cardenas is situated about 70 miles to "' they cannot help pleasing y,"t. It should bo necessary after Invading .ho eastward of Havana and Is of conare being rojected by the surgeons right along, fully 1M) per cent, being Cuba, Porto Rico and tho Philippines. siderable Importance commercially, and ... i Gen. Nunez represents that tho total has rail connection with Mantanzas W. W. . )nMWSLTa:iJ pronounced unlit for duty. The other i JfH m.nr 7.7V, enlisted strength In all arms of tho Cu- and Havana. A second town, called LM . f.. ii 'I&J&HflWM rejections are comparatively small. wiMLr,,:. f-f.H - Kentucky. ban army is 25,000 men, excluslvo of Siguapa, is just west of Cardenas prop $kS Mrs. Adelia Woods In The Richmond Climax sung the on- several Independent bands, which havo er, and tho two aro tald to havo a pop-'- j charge ly discordant note In tho Commercial never come into tho regular army or- illation of more than 2(i,000. These Brannh Store and Undertaking Outfit a Convention matter. The paper could ganization. towns are considered very unhealthy Hustonville, Ky. Tho cruiser Charleston, loaded with for strangers, as they are surrounded no good in it except for Louisville see and said so in many and quite amusing ammunition for Admiral Do way's squad by swamps and marshes; but their san Frank J. Heed, G. I'. A., Chicago. ron, will start at once for Manila, with- - itary condition is bald to bo fairly good paragraphs. E. 11. Uacon, I). I' A., Louisville. Ky. keeps up oura will be an INTERIOR JOURNAL array only of olllcer, such as those of THE the gold forces were described in the late campaign. A recent order gives May 13, 1898 each regiment three majors, and each Stanford, Ky., major an adjutant, all commissioned otllccrs. When it is remembered that W. P. WALTON. a major is tho most useless ollieer in the army, the absurdity of tho order will be appreciated. Wo are nutliorltcd to announce If this thing - out waiting for tho transpoits and other supply ships. Tho City of Pekln, with troops, will start probably about Saturday. Additional Western volunteers have been ordered to San Francisco, including those in the States of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Idaho and HON.JAS.B. Mccreary Con-press WAR '.NEWS. GILBERT, Con-cre- ss 1 J. compared with other Cuban towns, Tho streets are broal and clean, and the city is lighted by gas and sorao elec tric lights. A dispatch from Hong Kong illus trates tho proverbial trcachory of tho Spanish. When Admiral Dewey took Cavito, tho priests and sisters of charity bearing crosses and inarching In procession, petitioned him not to massacre tho sick and wounded, which, of course, he had no Intention of doing. Tho Spaniards thanked him and repaid h'un by informing him of a narrow channel which, they said, was not mined, while the broad channel, they explained, was fully mined. An investigation upon the part of the Americans, however, revealed tho contrary to bo the case, and tho mines were blown up by tho sailors of the American licet. Dr. Ayer's m . six: pag-es- . PUBLIC SALE Get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Thursday, June 200 1 u......::h:;::;h: JlaDila Gaptared. o-i- r 1 1 1 1 ! a. To TurnpiKe Contractors. loet Bargain Ssekors Ar e Sure of A Feast ,? 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You get 101 good unpen, of sl or eight pnges each, for $1 less than one cent a jm or. Useful premiums are given Club Kaiser, mid good-pa- y lug commissions are allowed agentx. I yeir Dully Courier-Journa- l, Dullv and Sunday. 1 year Sunday alone, 1 year K COURIER-JOURNA- Sfi.OQ 00 S.OO L TVICE-A-WEEE- Sen Flglitliif?. English the Coining LanguagA. Thoso who wnut to got nu nconrats If tho number of persons habitually idea of what modern naval warfare is using nud writlug it are any test of tho actually like inny grutify their oariosi growing importnuco uud popularity of ty by raiding two papers published nt a language, then English is nt tho head dlfTorout tinit'H in Tho Contury Mnga-zinof nil tongues spokcu ou this globo toTho ilrtit wan printed in August, day. It is tho language of practical 1805, and in n description of thofumouH force, power, push nnd ndvnnccment in Hoa light nt the mouth of tho Ynhi river muterial things. Freuch was formerly Sept. 17, 1MU, betwoen the Jupnucso universally tho language of diplomacy, mid L'liineHe fleets. Tho account was hecnuso in French one can say so much written by Plillo X. Mclllln, tho uud menu nothing nt nil. English is tho e American uommonder of tho language in which tho commercial nnd wnhip Cliun Ytiuu, thnt took such indur'tinl business of tho nations is florco part in tho fight. ThecoucuEsions tratiuaotcd because English buys just ot the great, guns, furrounded by eo what it menus. Even in tho liiueh iron and cteol, nru republics tho foreign mails learful nt mich timrn Commnudor contain moro letters addressed iu tho clothex wero torn to nigs by modern Anglo-Saxothan iu any other thie coucusflione. Ho wnt wounded iu tougno. tho fight, nnd nt length became blind Civilized languages, thoso written, nnd lout his reason, utid nt lust died from spoken and printed nt tho present day, the ctlectH of thnt nwful oucuunter. Ho number altogether I a. Thoy tiro used meutJouH in his ctory thnt otio f hull by half u billion people, Of theso fully from tho Chen Yuen fctruclc tho Jnpanefco tqicnk English as their nallnghlp nnd ignited iiunntity of pow- tive tongue Thoso are, however, less der on her deck. A fearful explosion than half of tho number who habitually followed, which killed 41) ofllcers and employ it to communicate with their 1110:1 on tho Jupauodo vessel uud wound s of nil tho fellow men. ed fiO more. world's lettors lire written nud addressTho tocoiid tea fight story is in Tho ed iu English. It is tho people of tho Contury for April, IfaOS. It is nn Euglish spunking countries who writo of the nwful battle between tho' tho letters and do tho business of tho Chilean ironclad HIiuico Encnlndn and world. All tho reCcchrnuo 0:1 tho one tido nud tho Pern- - publics put together, thoso of Central viuu turret thip lluntcnr on tho other. and South America and Mexico includIt in writtm by Clamlo II. Wetnioro. ' ed, send in u year fewer letters than tho Not oven tho charge of tho COO nt Bain-- ' colonies of faraway Australia do. klnva ecimilri iu tragic picturcMiucncss Wo only mention these littlo facts by the Etcry cf tho tight of? tho Bolivian wny of reminding tho American people, 1871) The Ccchrnuo ranged espocinlly thoso who wish to writo for const Uct. nlougsido the Huiucnr on 0110 side, tho newspapers, of tbo weight of responsiBlanco Kncalada on the other, nud from bility that rests on them in tho matter tihort raiign poured iuto her from port of learning how to uso this glorious nud Mnrbcurd tho f hells from their dead- English lauguaga correctly. ly long rnuge guns. Tho Hunecar could only htrugglu till the lant mat) fell, and Strength of Woman. j this sho did. Cbarlos Reado went so far as to do What the fight was like on tho Huns-ca- cluro that women woro physically what it id liku iu every hot naval stronger than men in somo of thoir content, is described thus: "Tho turret muscles, especially thoso of tho back rapidly bocimio no crowded with tho bod- uud loins, if thoy would only train and ies of tho dead that tho Fcmn train- - uso their bodies. Tho exploits of ing gear of tho iron ronndnoapo was Cbnrmion, u young Freuch girl now clogged nud useless. A1 tliu men strug-- ' giving ncrobatio performances in this gleil to remove tho tumbled corpses of country, go far to provo that women their comrades Hood became smeared may certainly be as strong us most men over their chests, and it iniiiijlod with if they will undergo nthletio training. tho sweat which dripped ns thoy toiled Cbnrmion is a girl only 10 years old, iu quarters that resembled n baking weighing 117 pounds. Lately in a test charnel house, through which filtered she compared her nctual strength with steam and smoke, while n nauseous odor that of tbo most powerful men of tbo ro.so from the bodios nnd tho heated time. Thoy wero Snudow, tbo profps-6iougun." Tho head of tho Peruvian coru- ntbloto; Loveriug, tho former mnnder, Admiral Grnu, was struck off college champion strong man, and Godby n thell early iu the uctiou. Hisnamo frey, tho strongest man among Bowdoin is hold in fucli esteemed retnembraaco students. All theso aro men of mature by his fellow countrymen that, as Wet-- 1 ngo and fully matured powers. A trial moro writes: of strength of lungs, logs, back uud To thU day, at every muster of a Peruvian arms was mado. Tbo girl, without nuy army dlvUtoti, at every monthly ltui;Hctlon on thn sill in ouruprUInc the fleet, tho luimo of previous especial training, provod Grnu Is flrit to bo houril on tho roll call. An' to havo greater luug power than otllct' r ati'im forward, llftn his lint, jolntfl up- "AlM-ntwant ami aruwor but HCceuntJ Godfrey, while sho was 0 points bobiud for Ho I with the lierwa." Lovering nnd only 33 points behind tbo great Sandow bimsolf. Again this moro Tho London Times puts the law of girl, who hud never prided herself esneutrality omoug muioiis in n nutshell pecially on mere dead strength, ebowod ns follows: "Tho sale of nrins by neutral that tho had nearly half as much leg natloUH Ih lawful commercial advon-turand back power as Sandow. but a neutral stntomust not allow Of tbo atblctio training of women in its ports to bo used us if they wero part general Cbarmion says truthfully in of ouo cf tho countries at war. For tho Now York Journal, "If womon of n cruiser could not bo allowed to tbo present day would pursuo physical rcturu again uud again to British ports exercises diligoutly, tbo women of to obtain coal and stores so ns to sally generations would bo inodolS forth to prey ou tho commerce of an enof physical development, not to say emy. " This point of tho law of neutrality England learned from a stiff ob beauty." joct lesson. She allowed tho Confodcrato Tbo Loudon Times is usually considcruiser Alabama to "return again and ered, not altogether without just ground, again to her ports to bo fitted out with as mildly bostilo to tbo United Statos. arms, coal and other supplies for the Theso words from a recent editorial in purpose of making war on tho ships of its columns aro tboreforo all tho moro tho United States. " Tho heavy damages woighty: "As tho Am or i can pooplo accorded under tho Gunovn award to bo havo been stirred to interference in Cupaid by England for thoso littlo com- ba by feelings which ngaiu and again mercial transactions was to nil nations havo prompted sorious uction iu this omphntio onlightoument on tbo duties country (England), so thoy will carry of neutral nations. manou tho coutost in tho Anglo-Saxoner. Thoy will probably mako somo Lot no indignities or insults or rude- mistakes, ns wo almost iuvnriably do, ness bo otferod to any Spaniard in but with them, us with oursolves, misAmerica. That will bo too much likoj takes will only iucroaso tho dogged tho foolish nud childish Spaniards them tenacity of purpose which knows how selves. Treat citizens of Spain 111 tho to convert mistakos iuto stepping stones United States with extromo courtosy. of success. " Wo uro fortuunto iu having Wo liavo no call to treat them iu any tho npproval of tho Loudon Times in other wny. It is uot thoir fault thnt our present lino of conduct, at least in tho government of Spain rushes ou to tho estimation of tho Loudon Times itits own ruin. self. o. A Or How DOMESTIC COMEDY. Juuva-Drnrf- ti "IRONING MADE I Uncovered Itreti Sold. lie TfA ESY" WrvHAmm gal-In- nt Chi-non- Spanish-America- n n ono-quarte- r 11 Two-third- no-cou- nt Spanish-America- n j (taking his sent at Mr. tho breakfast table) Good morning, dear. Good morning, Mrs. Charles. You came iu rather lato last evening. I Yes, dear. Mr. reached town ou a lato train from Tip- perary's place in LoncMJinepark. Glori- Heard about it? Tip-- ' ouk place that perary told 1110 himself. Ho ought to know Bcuutlful lawns, fine gardens vegetable, fruit nud flower hot nnd cold wnter, observntory, hothouse, spleu-dikitchen, plumbing A 1, nil modern appliances, electrical fixtures, gas, too, architecturally perfect, view sublime, neighborhood congenial, servant uroh-lesolved thoy just beg togo thero; ten miuutcs from city in short, glorious! Well, Mrs. Mrs. wns iu town yesterday afternoon uud sho isn't so eloquent about it. Do you know, dear, what sho tells mo? It's lonely ns a gravoynrd, plumbing vile, fruit, flowers nnd vegetables n myth, Ecenery in winter nil snow, in summer mud; kitchen awful, gas about ouo- eighth of tho timo, hot wnter never nbovo 32 below zero, neighborhood mis- erable iu fact, they nro just waiting until somo easy thing comes along, so they can uuload it ou tho unsuspecting Jones-Brown Jones-Brow- n ' I Jones-Brow- n j?20k. m A flvm.ssBSaV Am AW .a2sS. I d IVJKdl 3iJ Mfifil m j Jones-Brow- n Tip-perar- y , , MAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS 8TIFF AND NICE AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW A SEARCH i?Sl Si iiSi RFOI IIRF NO rOOKINir. 'T O Mr. Whntl Aro you ill? Aro Mrs. you ill, dear? Not exactly. Only Mr. only Only what? Mrs. Nothing much Mr. only I bought thut place! New York World. Jones-Brown idiot ONE POUND OF THIS STAKCH WILL GO An pad aq a Dntnvn Aiir A HAi P OF ANY OTHER STARCH. ' i Jones-Brow- n Jones-Brow- wi n r iDiMirn unuw, v uviiiuuiiiwLin oonc ro EOKUKjOWA.NEWHAVEN,CONN.i l-- ii Jones-Brow- n Jones-Brow- n ' ' MltlMIWMIiitliMMI Mini!. COPYRIGHTED m.1 k J IH. .in JM Vtt Majah FufT'a Say Ing. I r, i nl Tbo most coutemptiblo tyrnnt is tbo flnbsido tyrant. "To Jaboh is honobablo, " is ouo of tbo things mo' houohed iu the breach tbau iu tbo obsebvuuee. " "An idlo brain is tbo dovil's applies to women ns well as to men. Does Confucius' assertion that "woman is tho mastehpieco" signify that ho was a married man: It is straugo that Abou Beu Adhem's mimo "led nil tbo rest" becnuso bo loved his follohmeu, when bo would have becu nunthematized bad bo shown such an abdeut lovo fob womou. It is abguod that tho hatpin is now woman's most fohmndiblo weapon, but her tongue, liko some old mako of swo'd or musket, still has its tehrobs fob many. Chicago wo'k-shopTimes-Heral- ' This starch Is prepared on scientific principles by men who havo bad years of practical eiporicnco In fancy laundering. It restores old linen and summer drosses to their natural vrbitenes nnd imparts a beautiful and lasting finish. It is tho only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless, contalnlcR neither arsenic, alum or any ether sucsUinco injurious to linen and can bo used even for a baby powder. ( For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers. &iDDDDDPDDDDDDDDaaqqqaqqaaaaaqaaaa I 7,000 Representatives... VT as many towns and cities, are a great It implies a many for one firm to have. Tremendous Business. In the tailoring trade it means that the firm is dressing a host of people in a satisfac- tory manner. Well, that's the number of M A Discovery. 0 o o hiL&) c representatives increasing every year, that are now taking orders for Cholly Addlepato I flattab myself, bah jovo, that I'm quite a student of aw woman's nature. I havo discovered that a woman's "no" often means S APi o M. Born & Co. The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors, and thev have won this enormous trade by sticking 'to the motto of "ONLY THE BEST" best in material, workmanship and trimmings, best in fit, style and fashion. It was the same rule when there were but 70 representatives as it is in the 7,000, and as it would be with 70,000. "yes." her-eo- lf , Willio Noddlekins Say, that'8 so, but I uovah thought of it befoab. Now, lawst night I awsked Miss Plunks if sho didn't want to go to tbo aw theater noxt Suturday evening, and sbo said no. 11 n, "Bah Jovo I And sho meant 'yes.' " "I'm suah sho did, foh I heard her tell that beastly Gawgo Bonds, not ten minutes befoab, that sho wanted awfully to go." Up to Date. Would Give II I m Cauw to Sue. sua-cessi- "Yes, sir. Why?" "He's bitten my leg to tbo bone." "Very sorry, I'm Buro." "Sorry Haug your sorrow I shall como ou you for damages." "What, more?" "Yes, sir, substantial damages." "All right, ir. Hero. Nelson, good dog, at him again I" Pick Mo Up. 1 1 "Ib that your dog, sir?" The beauty of being dressed by BORN is that )ou are guaranteed in all particulars and jet pay no more than )ou would for inferior tailoring. The dressiest and most prominent men in America, Senators, Congressmen, Governors, Judges and Majors, leave their measure with BORN for suits and overcoats. Hundreds of Samples and all the Latest Styles to choose from. CALL ON H J. McROBEBTS, STANFORD. Overlooked Iu the Confojlon. Tracy I believe, dear, wo now have I I everything moved from tho old house. Mrs. Tracy Yes, feut do you know there seems to bo something missing yot? Traoy I can't think of anything. Mrs. Tracy Groat heavens It's tho baby, Johu. Wo left it sleeping iu its cradle up stairs. Now York Journal. 1 Now pupils entering at tluit tlmu will do received Into the eludes. Kor full .Information call on or write to Mits. Sauh.ey nt the College or write for catalogue. Stanford Female College. On :MIo:n.da,3r January 24:tlx, SS. The Second Session of tho Collegium Year. 1897 03 will open WILLIAM SHELTON'. TnEsiDENT. n - Tin: - He Meant Well Anyway. Diggs Hanks doesn't seem to havo any pity for tho unfortunates of this great city. Figgs From what do you judge that? Diggs I saw him put a 40 pngo Sun-- , day papor iuto tbo slot of tho hospital box. Harlom Life. ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. ! mmm FOR Hero is tho idea that oven so intelligent n Spaniard as Don Carlos, ; jousnai, , to tho throuo, has of tho United States: "Spain should havo mado war Iloth onu year beforo this ami bombarded Now York and tho const of Florida. This would havo compollod tho United States to We have mndu a Hpcclnl clubbing arrangesurrender quickly." Good graciousl k Courier Jourment with the nal, and will so nil that paper and ours for Lot Don Carlos try it himself. tho price named to all our subscribers who will renew and pavlu advance, or to all new Wo nro all sorry for that good lady, o mibscrlbcrs who will pay In advance. neat free 011 Maria Christina, quoou regent of Spain, copies of application. bo freo. While sbo and All mibscrlntlous under this offer must bo but Cuba must W. 1'. WALTON. iier bou lived in luxury thousands of Mint to Stanford, Kv noblo Cnbnu mothora nnd their sons havo starved to death under tho rulo of rbur infernal government. wurT-A.S'I) TU pro-tend- liimm In somo respects tho most remarknblo Cbollio Dou't bo downhearted, dearman iu tbo publio service of tho United est; can't you see nuy thing bright beStatos is Senator Justin S. Morrill of foro you? Dollio (looking up suddenly) Nothing Hrlght In Sight. ONLY TwIee-u-Wee- $2,50. Pam-pl- Courier-Journ- al WWJr.JLWtK, NASHVILLE, Veteran. TENN. OFFICIALLY KNrKESKNTS Lnlted Confederate Veterans, Unlten Daughters of the Conftderacy, Tho Sons, and other Organizations. 3 a ytir, Two Samplaii Four In CUub Twc-Cir- .t Star; tliH S. A. CUNNINGHAM. wli Spkcia- - HifncTJON ruujt Vermont. It has boon given to fow publio mon to remain in ofllco, rotainod thoro by tho voluntary saffrago of thoir fellow citizens, till thoy aro 88 years old, and to prosorvo unwoakenod all thoir powors of active usefulness. And iu what a porlod of tho world's progress it has boon Senator Morrill's privilogo to livol Hon. J. J. Iugalls in a lottor to tho Now York Journal Bays with truth: "Tbo span ot Senator Morrill's lifo includes tbo period of greatest material and intellectual and moral development in the history of manhood. Tho human raco has mado moro progress iu A Philadelphia boy who went off tho last 88 years than iu the 6,000 that with n crowd of tramps hud such an precodod. ' awful time of it that now ho is homo Tho pot uamo in Spain for tbo inhabagain 6ufo tho sight of a dimo uovol itants of tho Uuitod States is "Amerimakes him sick. can swine. " Thero is no languago so It ia 'one of tho odd coincidences that rich in abusivo epithets as Spanish, aud Dr. Erasmus Garrett, the chief authority at proseut i is taxed to its utmost limiu Chicago on eruptivo skin diseasos, has its to convoy tbo feelings toward us of himself died of blood poisoning. thoso who speak tbo touguoou its native soil in all its joioy glory. United States Confederate veterans-b- ow doos that sound? Thoro will be Tho Cinuiuuati Commercial-Tribun- e plonty of such military companies iu tbo peaks of "a faoe that had seen better fold In case of war with Spain. flays." ThU ii good. really cau't say that I can. Statesman. Making It Impossible. No; I Yonkers The Latest Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. wasn't ho?" "Well, uo. You seo, his undo died just aftor tbo arrest and left him a big estate." Detroit Nows. Wet Wether. And through the shopping section. In door and out of store In roundabout direction, Where tho rain pour down With plenitude and pluck. Goes a little pair of rubbers That kli "shuck, shuck, thuckt" Mackintosh and umbcrell, Hair that's lost Us curly, Doing shopping, shoes Goes biu bright and early. Oft 1 pais her plodding on. Wetting every tuck With hei littlo sloppy rubber That go ''shuck. Bhuck, shuckl" Just a nod; then she's gone. Oilier folk are pressing. Vet I know, as 1 go, I am long conferring That I wish 1 knew her well. That drippy Uttto duck, With that little pair of rubbers That go "shuck, shuck, shuckl" -- New York Press. Dp town and down town "But tbo wretch was convioted, Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow I M " V at! 3HHXa XUIXIU.1.1' The ( herokee is a pel feet Check Rower; a perfect Hand Drop Planter nnd a Per ect Self Iitill Planter Try one. FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. wFWwmvv ,"li i Jam i' aiMw.v Vr-- pl . .- 'Af" ;j....MmiMJ'm'l'"lltP"""'r ;.,,i . i.nnmrrwW? W National Game. Army to tho Front." toflnd that the war scare '. With profound emotion tho American fcu not killed iuterest in tho great pooplo hear again tho stern words whose American gamn of basoball. Tbe season echo last diod away in our country 83 opened auspiciously as any year sinco years ago this April, "Army to the we can remember. The National league front" At this word of command tho men worn never moro fall of vinogar, army of a people whoso population numneither were audiences nioro apprecia- bers 70,000,000 moves forward to mako tive. Tho audiouco thomsolves wero war on a kingdom whoso subjects, countnever larger. From 8,000 to 4,000 spec- ing its outlying islands, dependent coltators is by no means an unusual ilguro onies and all, number only 25,000,000. even thus enrly in the season und with Our country is rinh ond prosperous from everybody's mind full of war. a generation of peace, Spain is exhaustTho common mind is so full of war ed to tho lastfow drops of herlifeblood indeed that thu epidemic has infected by tho savngewars sho has been waging tho gallant players and their audieuces. to suppress her own revolutionist chilTho We rojolco SUNRISE HUMORISTS. SAMPLES OF THE JOKES THAT TICKLE JAPANESE. C. &, O. Their Jetta Artlttlc unit Subtle They Appreciate the Heat Wit of America Story of the Illiterate Doc Pursuit of FaiIi-IoSmelli nml Jingles. n i? 11 Even moro vigorously than of old do both audiences and players fall upon their common enemy, tho umpiro. At New York, where, owing to tho cavorting of tho yellow journals, tho Spanish war talk is hottest, tho baso ball war thus far has naturally likowiso brokon out hottest. Beforo tbe season opened wo road tho little baud book of otiquetto for baseball ers that had been prepared with tho espeoial viow of making them ungelic in their behavior. Now, we thought, basoball grounds will witness scones of deportment. Tho fun of baseball games has vanished, wo sighed to ourselves. Wo need not havo sighed. At the very first game played by the .New Yurks at their own homo this sea son pandemonium itself broko loose. Tho crowd and some of tho players aliko attacked tho umpire They hooted, they hissed, a player 6hook his fist and swore awfully and stamped upon his own hat in his impotent rago. The audience roared at tho umpire like 5,000 ravening lions. "Lynch him!" criod some. " You'ro a robber 1" yelled others. Finally a happy idea concentrated all the wrath of both playors and audience in ono word. "You'ro a Spaniard I" That finished tho umpire. In tho midst of a hail of cushions and other missiles around his ears that unhappy man escaped under tho protection of tho police. Oh, not The national game is not declining any in interest among us. Cues-terfloldi- It docs not appear under tho strict construction of tho United States constitution that tho president has power to call the national guard regiments of the states out to loavo the oountry for service in caso of a foreign war. The constitution says, "Congress shall have power to provido for calling forth tho militia to execute tho laws of the Union, suppress insurrections andropel invasions. " Congress by law has given the president tbe right at any time to call out tbe militia for tho purposes specified. Since nothing is said of the right to order them to tho front iu case the armies of the United States were sent to foroign soil tho presumption is that the pro&ideut has not such authority. Thero is no doubt, howover, in the present instance that it will bo tho pleasure and glory of tho national guard regiments to voluuteor to holp drive Spain from Cuba. The graceful way of offering tbeso gallant services has already been adopted in several instances by tbe militia tendering thoir services to the governor of their own stato and ho in his turn making offer of the regiments to the president for tho war. This mode cf procedure recognizes stato rights properly and at tho same timo in tho most desirable way acknowledges the paramount sovereignty of tho United States. dren. Yet it is not n war of aggression tho powerful country declares against tho weal; ono. Iu thatndmirablo joint resolution which directed President AIcKin-le- y to send tho nrmy and navy to Cuba the statement rang out clear and unmis takable that tho United States had no intention or desiro toward possessing tho island for itsolf. Wo seek only tho pacification of Cuba, and when that is accomplished tho will of tho American people, expressed through their congress, is to lcavo tho government nnd control of tho islaud to thoso who thero. Neither is ours a war for rovengo. Even tho awful crimo of tho blowing up, at tho instigation of Spanish officials, of the Maino in thu harbor of Havana whilo on a friondly visit thoro, a dastardly act by which 200 bravo American citizens wore hurled to death, was not considered by our government sufficient reason for making war. "Remember tho Maino!" will bo tho rallying cry of our sea and land soldiers when they moot tho enemy, hut it is not tho casus belli lying behind tho thrilling command, "Army to tho front!" Wo have set ourselves right in tho eyes of tho powers of Europo. Wo havo declarod wo do not want Cuba. Wo have refrainod from taking that just vengeance for tho loss of tho Maine to obtain whioh just vengeance no European government would havo hold 'back its hand an hour. Wo prepare to drivo tho Spaniard from Cuba bceauso his further stay is a "disgraco to Christian civilization nnd cannot longer bo endured." Our army moves to tho front on a crusade in the name of justice aud humanity. No holier war was over undertaken. A dozen millions of loyal Americans nro at tbe command of tho president and congress to freo Cuba. That dono our volunteer army will melt nway and rejoin tho ranks of tho privato citizens of a peaco loving nation. g Tho Japaueso havo a keen senso of humor, nnd thoir II (era turo abounds in witty sayings and funny stories. They also nppreciato thu better class of jokes published in other countries and many n bright paragraph and laughter provoking dialoguo is translated from the American press and reprinted in tho native papers. Japancso jokes nro artistic, subtle, nnd to bo enjoyed thoroughly must bo understood in tho original. A foreigner examining tho Japaueso language and noting its peculiar construction and idioms might think it n rather laborious matter to joko intelligently iu that tonguo. For instnuco, whoro wo ask, "How is your mother?" thu polito Jnpaneso would propound a query, which on being literally rendered into English, runs as follows, "Your mother as for houornbly woll boiug is?" Whoro wo say, "Plea bo speak louder," ho would say in effect, "Moro big voico by means of deigning to speak condescend," nnd whero wo might obsorvo, "Wo shall havo a thunderstorm," his remarks, ngain literally interpreted, would bo to this effect, "Thunder emitting sound storm to appears likely to becomo being is. " And yet tho rarest kiud of humor and fun aro easily and delicately expressed by him. Tho story of nn illiterate dog is told plaintively by ono who was bitten: "You told mo that when a dog barked at ono ho would lcavo off doing so if ono wroto 'tiger' on tho pnlm of one's hand and kept one's fist clinched. Well, I havo had n rough timo of it for listening to you." "Iudeed.v How so?" "A European dog began barking and flying at mo as I was coming homo Into last night. So I stuck my clinched fist out toward him, aud just look how I got bitten." "Oh 1' Then probably it was n dog who had not yet learned Japanese writ- the increased demand for C AfO. Play-.n- g Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which aro now on sale at tho I'luvnlx Hotel ticket olllco in Losing-tin- , nt lo cents per deck, threo decks for 4 cents, or $1.(50 per dozen. These cirds aro 30 cent quality nnd will bo 92iH by mall tojany address on receipt of nbovo price with four cents por deck for po!.tnpe. Poreons remitting 1.G0 for one dozen lots will havo them sent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. Parties contemplating cuchru or whist clubs should not miss this opportunity to lay in a stock of line cards at such low ratce. Geo. V. Barney. D. V. A., C. & O., Lexington. Ky. Tho Northern Indiana Law College at Valparaiso Is the only established Law College in America which allows pupils of limited means to complete tho junior year's work at home by tho Chautauqua plan throutrh direct correspondence between instructor and pupil. Then the student is entitled to Stiinilaiu KutoH Hire of Latitude t Kwonia 1111, Hired hy WiiUmsjIiiim 1 enter the senior class thero In Valjm-ruis- aud mutir other In the Hit W.iMiiRlmm. NhIniIIi Ire. a on of tJwirjcti Wllke J 19. without examination, and coml'lrtt dntii TIiim'I. hy Mii'iipr Hume 18. .on of llHitibMonliiii and ln ot Klittne I 1". plete with one year's work und ono tho dam of N'orlulne. voirllng nntird SiSDf Second dam lieyear's expense nnd ono year away from Mrr to ,!.unet Unwell, .tr . b lliunlMiitonlau 10 ro ofUoxlvr J Third dun Je--de Mire, by Hurry lln II. lr of tho d.unt of M. .Iitlhin .Uvi. IIihIIih home. Kentucky already has a numtrotter-- . uIm ilru nf th dam of Klwltoiii r. ber of students in this College. Write 'i IDS nnd 15 other that have produced Pour th dnm hy I.lxrt, con of Ltwu'i. hy American Kellp.e for catalogue to Lewis D. Sampson, diIII llgreoeont iihi.hd Xotk Nahfltli Un Ikiv, in hands high. I(mI.hIJuu. 3S l rector, Valparaiso. Ind. of llainbletonlan. George V!lke, Mnmbrlno Wllkc. Pilot Jr , and Hurry Cluy. Playing Cards Owing to NABOTH 10,016. -I --- o l. -. t' Ji ll Will Stand at $15 I To Insure a Living Colt. - will uImi hland YOU NEED A DAILY Will nmke no charge for mudii If the eolt provi. not to In- alalle aliening time tliry are '.nki-tfMuri grazed at ft jht month, whleh In nil en mnt le paid e FIVE FINE dAGKS AT ONLY $5 EAGIi. i away. Cutv taken to prevent uis-lde- bill nut .lemld any iwur NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS J. K. BAU3HMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky. I OQDEJSBUfQ 8787, llroud 2 CENTS A J'Si trial WEEK year 1 2E3y Sire of 83. of 1 ing." To read every day In the Tho order of the war measure was this : First, congress passed tho joint resolution directing President McKiuley in the interests of humanity and of civilization to intervene in tho Cuban strugglo aud stop tho war, authorizing him to uso tho army aud navy of tho Unitod States for this purpose. Tho resolution was signed by Speaker Reed of tho bouso becauso tho houso first pased it. Then it was signed by Vico President Hobart. After that it went to tho president, who wroto underneath Iho other signatures: "Approved April 20, 1808. William McKiuley." Next two witnesses signed it. Then tbe document, called tho ultimatum, which tho president had already prepared, demanding that Spain should withdraw her forces from Cuba aud giving her CO hours to reply to the demand was inclosed with the congressional resolution aud sent at on co to tho Spanish minister, Senor Luis Polo y Bemube. When ho received it, ho sent without delay to tho stato department asking for his passport to leave this country. It was immediately granted, aud ho started for Canada, thero to remain, as ho said, "till Spain whips tho United States." Thus diplomatic relations with Spain in tho United States ceased. Senor Bernobo will have several days to wait. In "Tho Pursuit of Fashion" wo obtain a glimpso of tho Japaueso satirist. Two young men having como ncross each othor in front of n haberdasher's shop, ouo of them waved his baud hurriedly and cried out: "I havo much to say to you, but as urgent business calls mo homo at present I must put off tho conversation for n fow days, when I will como and see yon at yonr honso. " Tho other, astonished at his friend's strangu excitement, asked him what this urgent busiuoss might be, whether ho meant to say, for iustanco, that any of bis family had been taken ill. "Oh, no," roplied tho first young man, with a laugh. "I havo just been getting at this shop a kind of kerchief which my wife commissioned mo to buy for her. Tho reason why I said 1 couldn't stop and talk to yod now is that it would bo nn awful thing for her to fall behind tho fashion whilo I was loitering on tho way. " Tho story of tho smells and jingles is ouo that has been enjoyed by many generations of Jnpanoso. It is, told as fol- -' The Louisville Evening Post. The Uvcnlnir Post haj the by Oranrc lllom .V 1 ',. MM'hViuwn J iriu( f.jrl , and lli damn ol fllWn In 1 m of llamlilrtiiiiUn n 3 dam ... rruinir' lleilfuumler OltANOl lll.nsMIM 2V .IrceifOiM.CIilrf 2 11'., rUlU othrr and the Ud llowiu 1 H Mlddli-tundam 0 Oranrff II ml 1 IV,, by AwiMlcan Star II, rU dam .Nellie IT., rtr ), br . tlam Varfoijr dam of Oiplrii.lwnt tlir dam uf 11. Inrludlnr ltalti Ullki. .' . Jup-- , J II .VI, Ac , m liinln-- lr llrrr, I.il1. ' Ctmtnitt tlll IV, Intnl. 2Ea,mTorino ZFatclen 58. u, tilitb, bred I y - Ky 4. orcr Crafhrd, 2 M OT I, CttfMnnilfc, I tl', idam 'J lr Market Reports. State News. Frankfort News. Washington News. Short Stories. Women's Page. Children's Page. Noti Ojde nttiert laan fitrrruplr liandMii .Ullloii with all tb Icimii, Oliltli and ttjle uf hit la t Uin ol Mamlirlnu Kin hr I. mm of Mambrl lli niout family With Ihr no I'jtitirti Hi ta a in an vrr llnr breedrr an I mirk hit gut with Ktntt iinlformlty a. rtirard An any ono an himllc ami drU liim Hit lth,.trlr kiI look, and uretfilt lie lia. a good uoiirof Ihr (Min- -l u'altcl linrn--. In the world and It iahl.loo( trutiluif much fitlvr than hit murd lie He hti trottnt inllr. In t it an-- l In. with him alwayt and It nn n.r hor to t In condition ha luartrra In S.I arenndt All the tralulrii; br et-- r hail In hit life wouH not annum to .l nnHilht. lie old orr a iiiu.l.ljr tratk at New Albany, Ind . hitched loan old ubtaine-- l lilt reconl whrli a fiMir-- r tulVy Kalnt a field of aurd hore. He won the race In thn.t tlralKhl heatt. a.liloned hiuh whet-leHe It a thow hir. at well a. a trotter He It rrrr level hptded, afraid of noihlin; Hat thou n at xiiiie of the lain In KentuiV.) and Inillana an-- l hat won a nunil-e- of prrHilimit Hat won a num. Inr of twreittake rrmtim Will Stand at r. 1 l't $10 to dnf lian-Uim- Insure A Living Colt. gi-- r Will Also Stand A Good Jack At $8' To Insure Living Colt. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. A RATES By Ma,l Only. 12 Months. ... .42.00 . so 6 Months... ......,..... .. I.OO J Month I Alontb ... .. . .50 ., SAMBO. will ttand in) Hue jomiik Jark, SamNi, at my table near Miland tint mumn al, I Dorsey GoldLtust, Slana'aid Swl-- I e CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Sample Copies Furnished On Application. No lAu.i, $3 to Insure a Living Colt. iimlo It by Joe Hlaa khtiru. Jr , dam Sim lUwl't He It n1 haiid. hhth, Hne bom Jennrt nd hat rofen to U-- aure foal uHler. lartta In A I tcreMed fan;e- - two of hUrttltt at my 4ae that;l hate an exlrannllnarr mh mnle jack I mako I lilt w trirr, In nrdor that Ike .W art;italtill with bbt lit..l Kcfierally,'may iiU At i 4aeeoti Saturday, X't , t, W, I will Klve'fi In k'bl for the itritby him black JatL.tH Itandt AlxiJuudio, ntlne2-year-awill hluh, will eive a few nwl mtret freo In i.old the tame diruund ilty Av lor hlale-teol- t. II H KINO, Mmeland, Ky Inii-orte- lows: An old fellow iu Yedo named Kicbi-bo- i kept an eel shop, whero ho served up eels smoking hot to his customers. Kisnburo, bis neighbor, wishing to savo monoy, used to sit and eat his boiled rico next to tho eel merchant's door and .THE. regalo himself with thu mu ell of tho broiled eels. Tho merchant, finding this out, presents n bill for smelliug tho eels Kisnburo, not to bo outwitted, brings ont his cash box and jingles it, saying: "Yon havo charged mo for tho smell of your eels and 1 havo paid you with Wo nro now tho sound of my money EnA'Stra'glit Democratic Newspaper. squaro. " New York Sun. dorsed by the last convention a the Olllcial Organ of Di'inorriicy. She Was Costly. "Tho man I refused, "sho said softly, "is now rich, whilo tho nan I accepted For the Kroo Coinage of Silver. is poor." For the ( liicngo Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. "Of courso," roplied her dearest For the Interest of the Misses. friend, "it would bo just thosamoif you had married tho other. " The youug matron conld readily 6eo Latest Telegraphic that this was a reflection upon her, but All the Ijiitivt State News. Ncns. All tho was two days beforo ho was ablo to All the Latest Market Keporlt. it seo in jnstwhat way,. nnd oven then sho Correct Court Reports. wasn't suro of it. Chicago Post. I'orrect Mnrket Koporti. Reliable News Reports. 1 bought He Wanted the Earth. Honest Editorial I'olicy. Injun Joe What did that eastern chap do that in ado ye firo him out uv tho hotel? And The W'y, tho blamed Arizona Landlord gnlloot wanted a hull- - bed ter himself. Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, Reckon ho'd 'a' bin wnntiu n hull Both durned room next. Ainslio's Magazine. SUBSCRIBE NOW! dark bay, Id htndt ami weight I.MIk I'ull brother lo Uu-ll.' H',. untrained, but A letrl hfttsler of i.iinblnrd lUsul.trrt fsiilv r and I Jljrii Imivnul aatloa, tyU and Ailtttuf hursrt. that sWI leaillly far prh-e- t III make the aoaton at tiiis-rio- issl !, l $10 To Insure A Living Colt. ,;fc Certainly tho sympathy of all Americans must bo with tho queen of Spain and her youug son iu tho present terrible situation. Sbo dares not nccodo to our demand to give up Cuba for fear of revolution at home, and if she fights us, as she is compellod to do, sho will be sura to loso both Cuba and her turouo. Weyler, butcher in Cuba, traitor at home, is almost certainly known to bo plotting with Don Carlos, the pretender, So far as thu usages of diplomatic to make bin king of Spain. Hu does this out of a moau and petty motivo of etiquetto go Spain has saved n hurt to rovengo for tho hurt to his vanity when her vouity by being ahead of tho United States in breaking off relations beho was recalled from Cuba. tween tho two uatioiiH. When Do Lomo The volunteer soldiers are called for wroto that insulting letter concerning by tbe nation through tho govornur of President McKiuley, which it is uow the state. Tho United States war 'de- plain was merely a shrewd dodgo to get partment gives uotico to tho governor out of n bad situation beforo tho worst that, tho nation noodssomauy men from camo, ho was able to cablo to Madrid his stato for its armies. Tho governor his resignation beforo this government then accepts tho services of that num- could request his recall. Again, Minisber of mou from thoso who volunteer ter Polo demanded from tho state deand holds them in readiness to receive partment at Washington his passport orders from Washington. Tho respeotivo beforo it uould bo offered to him by quotas from tho different states vary For tho third timo again Spain widely iu numbers, from tho 0,000 re- roquested Minister Woodford to withquired of Now York down to the poor draw from Madrid before' hu.kad opporlittlo 40 which are all that will be asked tunity to prosont tho United States ultifrom Nevada. matum. If thero is any satisfaction in these littlo triumphs, Spain may enjoy Captain W. Burkitt of Palestine, it to tho full. It is not long sho will Tox., givos tho governmonV $20,000 to havo satisfaction of any kind. equip a cavalry regiment to fight Spain and will maku it $75,000 if that sum is In tho mutations of modern warfar6 'needed. Long livo Captain W. Burkitt coal has como to bo considered us a muof Polestine,"Tox. nition of war nnd should bo so proclaimed by tho Unfted State's. Without coal Of course our government will not tho Spanish navy will'bo utterly paraauthorise privateering iu tho wur with lysed. It is of utmost importance thereSpain. It is too uucivilizud u proceed- fore tu seo that Spain gets no fuel eiing for us to countenance. Privateering ther in this country or the West Indies. is as low down m guerrilla wurfuro. Tho American who in tho prudent juue-turwould smuggle coal for uso on A decision of tho United States suSpauish warships would sell his soul to premo court gives a state tho right to tho fiend for 10 cents. pass a law forbidding persons convicted ,iif and punished for crime from pracIu tho preseut cnfco tho United States ticing medicine within its borders. will have tho advantage over Spain iu being nblu to ndopt thu Coufedorato Do not iusult subjects of Spain in the general, N. B. Forrest's, famous miliUnited Stutos. Do not let us so tlisgraoe tary tactics, "to git i'Lo most men tliar eurselves. L, fust." o WEEKLY alal LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. 11 ll 1 itsi Roscoe.a GoodJack, at $5 to Insure Colt. Young Pedro 4G9G1, A. J. O. C. The Weekly Dispatch Tlieliibnxl jimuik Pedro Hull A. V t t , He, lS,l"d, by old I e I tu No I,s7-t- he Klnn ol all Jer seyt that owl ll,iMlaiid to hl credit YVtest. h Bng-lissi daiijthtem w't.'i nsiir.lt that aieraRe. over 18 IU , ami Krand tire nfs,i t(- -il daaKhtert, in uTentgltu; IT lht l.'oi. Yiwiii; I'tstru'adaiu Infanta I'edm Majtiram, pro Combined hay stallion, in hand-- . Iilgln firmbnu tow at Vrhl lair, anl teal id 17 lie ly f. ut , ed hv Alxlullah MeM-iiger- . UUDkj. Chlu'f, olreof Maud wllli tint cwlf Dili ymink' Hull ean Kngllxh Hunter's dnm hv Ueiiny' Usotofn t.imlilnalioii of butter priNluclus' t i hu hy Imiiorted iiuexcelln.! If With eery lettKngll-d- i Hunter the miioii of ed lie CvlillillM-I will tand Iho lilo.l tf th. World 't l'alr at my xtnblu three inllen from Slielhv Chaiupion I'mlm. StoleK)ltMh,lhoKr.Mt Kurotat City, on the Knob l.lek and Turin-rvlllM 7uc. her daughter pile nt i! to Injure u lUlngeoll. money due XtllM, I.i llh Iiiip U III. 17 lle, and .'nd 15 lbs on SI Malll. x'fitt, Majoram when colt Is foaled or mare ji.irteil Mltli. alone and her llf.nl rlom dam liuMirlis .M. lbllrt, al the Utt ima 5.JXH. mid tsiinliiLf Inbred il.ilitor llus'.i bull im thi-ilin.iiuii riui. elttouear thl )ihiiii! iiiill'a nedbtree. abtiiiiiillrii? on Isith ildi-In heayy biuv. j muken and prlio I will riNo stand one line Jack 15 hands I niu.iiii, llirilTt-UI- l IU' nil llltMIOII HM HiNiapael Inch high, weighs 1.000 iHiumN. black with ty at a producer of tiirlur iiillken nmliobutter cxjm a. lr,'d br llto profit Cliutnnlnn ivlilt.i tuitnt. I $5. ltl.II), Stnnfonl, Ky. Jack. Tom Klne, rtlioso reputiitlon us u Is known rur ami near. breeder Hob Tall h dnm by I.et HuhbleV Prince Hunter. Hrt-n-iioi- lit jnenger Me-on- iuiH-enda- ) ll, uall-Hi- Drt-nnm- s i..ull. I. ma H-- BOB TAIL. cnlc-eTe- UaUKerous. Ono Yoar For Only $2.50. ! Kemeniber I'llnco was tho sire of Joe Hlack-loir- n nml Itrlt'iiiilla. which .Mr Hubtilei'oilld .hmllluek- (.old one time hae aloneatbrought for?!. 00(1. sale. 00(1 at the burii of IhUs at Hob Tall will make the Sft to Insure a living colt It. I I'OWKI.I.. Hi 1 EAGLE Till-. : BIED. IHIKT Slllin' NTAI.I ION Spanish Admiral What fleet is that? Captain That's tho mosquito fleet. Admiral Uivo orders to turn back at enco. The Daily Dispatch METROPOLITAN Thoroughly Equips ed with Every Facility to keep, you daily posttd upon all the events of the world Ground Squirrel, lleatitlfill Chestnut in rrl ; no white. Sired On mot thovufellowsonco beforo iu A Now Jersey. Now York Journal. 1 greatHluek hy NEWSPAPER est the renowned priced Squirrel (the ) widdlers living hire of fancy TlniuryfWm ttakuat lxlnt(iu, won itfoi d at Vrrsdllli-s- , winner of tie ai?ed premium ami Mwpttake at I'urlt, ulso winner of ntlur premium.) In lsn, tm which tlmnhohai hi thu tin. I. liable lllrd Isn bronn, with tnmll ttnr, atamUimr 10 band., Iu. a IIohIhk mano and a miiiiey In "Mm fluke The lllcycle Ituyer. Daily, except Sunday, (1 months, S3; 1 eitrtti. Daily, with Sunday, t) months, year, $8. $1 1 Address THE DISPATCH, l.nuifcTilJc, K wHiK Visitor (entering) Grent Scottl BLACK CLOUD stand on my farm out) mile north of Hustouvlllc, on tho llustoiivlllo unit turnpike, my Jack, llluck Cloud, I will l)an-vllU At $G to to Iasuro a Living Colt. lllack Cloud Is black with mealy iHilnts, I ft Scorcher, what's all this? C. T. O. Scorcher, Esq. All right; hundi :i Indies high ami four yeais old, bred V M. Ilurke, h don't bo nlarmcd, step right in. I'm Kurku's old Jack. of llojlo County, sired by Tom K'eene. buying n bicycle and havo jutt written A full brother to Mack C'hiud wat sold up to n fow leading Arms for their 1808 about four years ago to California parties for if 2 000 catalogues, that's nil. -- ?Ally Slopor. J A. WK1GI1T, Morelund, Ky. Time. No. "45. Second dnm hv Stonewall Jackson Third dam by'Klug WlllUm r.7. Fourth dam by Culilan, thoroughbred. '.'ml d.im b Hamlet Hcnmark, sob of n l'lftli dam liv Oliver, tlioioughbred. k Ground S(iilrr Is a very line chestnut ton lleiimiirk. rd dam by HartU Iknniaik, m,ii of Miller'a colt with with lino mane and tall, which lie em ilex as near pel feet Ion as a Jh nniaik lioi.eean lie has lieen very successful Iu Initio lllrd 111 aiike the sfMtuii of li'Ji at Id show i lugs, having been shown H times in luble i miles V t el Mmil.ird oa n the Shelby IU blues and ono red. l.s'.iil und Ifl and won at lliuextr(iuily low iirhe of nml the only lime he win defended was In, Thornliir. Slur. Hit bus Hue high net inn In all his galls tack, tint, w'llk and canter. $10 TO IWSURS A LIVING COLT. halter-show- u This coll Is no staud-slll- l. horse, but when on put it saddle on him lie by bis 1b us good ns they glow Von cun Money or ii..ie will br whenallt-li- i ptidlgiie he Is a vi i func and highly bred coll iHobtaliusI will she fuuc. Iilg'liuet-lucolt and one that fev'ivilirdlsiuuMif high lulled saddlers, the I. Ind that sell. Keiitniky,iwklrwrd tlm rritst show Imist-siiu IS!M will allet. Mu u few mares nt my faun four Hu wlllsorvi! staufoid brwlirof, Hue, k.hhI colored, liluli atyled coin hu miles from Ii.ui lib on Danville U uiniurp-is.oilplku ut MaimrroiiimUstMuvwIillw fiiriiilu,l grasi nf AM ler .May I at si M ivr nx.ntk and mutt be paid n nSii.iMil Noti:. A lieu retained on all colts until the are will of the mures I lo prettut aeusou Is p. Id, und when u man sells, gives aduil ji 1ml lll not be resin.lhlu nhoald any or disposes of his mare Iu any way, tho seacfcur you breed I'artliiK with or rcinoal of marea (orfeita (hv Im,, son falls due Hue this colt DANVH.hU, Ky. A. E. IIUNDLEV, Xl"'" ' 1'. IVOOIW, Staronl, Ky. 7li. Wa-lii1 M-- e g. Plrst dam Joslu L'tnhor N'o. !HS, hy henry bill Cagm llird rsa Mfed by KiiiK winner of more than I.i blue lien. lid iliin by Slur Ui--t son oiCnlilieU'i lIo, $to to Insure a vlnj Colt V ittmmmmtiWtiSfm UL a-- T' TT'T"'" i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Hon. J. N. Saunders went to Tucsdny. Lou-Isvillo Miss Ellen Uallou's music clasB Wanted, a threshing machine, new. will give its closing entertainment ut Hint! &, Young, Ewoll, Ky. May 13, 1898 Walton's Opera House Juno 14th. Stanford, Kv., Home anil farm mixed paints. Best LOCAL HAPPENINGS, In the market. W. B. McRoberts. E. G. Walton, Buminim Makaokk. tA Shekp Shkaks at Warren AN egg famine has prcvuiled here Shunkb'. for a week, but the former price of "i It la not price but quality thut de cents has not been increased. tcrinlncd iliu ohoupni"s of an article Xkw White Piques for skirts at Sevf. Wo sell tho best goods only anil at erance A: Sons. OWING to the rain Col. W. F. Sherireasonable prices Penny's Drug m was not christened Store. Just received a oar loud of Mooring dan's boatnight, but the conditions last beThursday and colling. A. C. Sine. T4 ing favorable some pretty young lady PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. : BUG finish destroys 'potato bugs, fie f will say "I name thee Queen" Mas. J. D. Hastin linn returned from pound. W. B. McRoberts. K and break a bottle of ehnmpugne over Louisville. her brow, in tho presence of a number MllS. J. C. McCl.AIlY Is visiting In Banks' miction will continue all of Invited guests. week. Come to night 7 to l. tho Cast End. The Last ok Rowland. The train C. C. Cakson wont to Loulsvlllo Sample lot of lap robes at wholosalo dispatcher's ollicu will be moved from Tiicsdny morning. B. K. Wearcn Son. Rowland to Livingston Monday, much Mus Pmssii: Dim: is spending a prices. to the regret of the legion of friends of fnv duys at Hustonvlllu. THE L. & N. took up two coaches Mil. II G.Cook, wife and ah lid re n Tuesday to take the Barbourvllle Com- Chief W. F. Sheridan and his clever assistants. Messrs. J. A. Mudd, Carl A. returned to Jellico yesterday. pany to Lexington. Moore, L. M. Wcsterileld and W. T. Mus Daisy Baker, of Kingsvllle, LOOK BOYS. With evory boys' suit Merlmco. T. F. Spink will be depot Is the guest of Mrs. Clcuro Reynolds. wo give a base-balb.it, belt and cap. agent at Rowland and Ivon W. Fish, 01:01101: B. Cooi'Eli, who was quite Severance A: Sons. night operator. Ernest Warren will HI for ccvcral days, Is back In hlsolllec. hold down the olllee here at nights. New Wall Paper of tho lutootsprlng -Miss Lot' Cowan, of tho West End, stylos. Prices made to suit the purCoon Tale. Burdctt Powell, of the is visiting hor sistor, Mrs. J. X. Menu chaser. W. B. McRoberts. West End, who by the way has the repfee, utation of being an unusually truthful Mil J. E. C'AKSON was on Tuesday's FliOZEUP Refrigerators, Ice Chests, man, tells a friend of this pnper train bound for Chlllicothe, O., on a Freezers, Wutcr Coolers and Rubber young one that he saw a coon a business trip. Hoso at Warren & Shanks'. home with a piece of in a tree near his Mil. AND MllS. W.M. GOOCH and AlMUL weather has prevailed all his tobacco canvas over him for a shelduughtur wont to Lexingpretty little week. After showers last night, the ter. Mr. Powell missed the canvus ton Wednesday. Pu. Steele Bailey left Tuosday to signal service said It would be fair and several days previous, and thinking it had been stolen, swore vengeance on attend the Kentucky Statu Medical cooler today. thites in general. He changed his Society at Maysvlllc. Another Chance. Capt. Duncan tunc though when he saw how cutely of Garrard, Is Mils. Jane Ballkav, Hon. R. C. Warren that ho needs visiting hor sister, Mrs. Eliza Lackey, wires20 more men. This will give tho thu coon had outwitted him and instead 10 to of waging wur on him he decided to let at Mr. J. W. Bout's. other patriotic boys a chance. him keep tho canvas and use It to his MllS. W. A. TlliIiiiLE and son spent iip content. Rtfvern! days with the family of Mr. A SKI: H. C. Baughman, agent for Cen- heart's Change of Schedule. Col. W. F. Tribblc at Junction City. tral Fire and Kentucky Growers Insuin.. EOMlSTON and ron, of rance Cos., and have your homo insur- Sheridan lias returned from Louisville, MllS. W. J. is reasonably well pleased DANK& Crab Orchard, woro guests of Mr. and ed before it burns. Now Is the time. where he went to assist In making the with the results of his auction. He change of schedule on the Knoxvllle hopes to close out by Mrs. John Shaw EdmUlon. after JUDGE CAHSON mulcted Allen Hill Division of tne L. A: N., which goes which he will do an exclusive repairMiis. Licy St. Claik, who spont and James Mitchell i I each, Including the winter at hor old homo In Borne, costs, for disorderly conduct, and they into etlcct Sunday. The day passenger ing business till he leaves in the Fall. wjll arrive as now, but Nos. 2." On., ha returned to her daughter', are doing time on tho streets to pay It. trains And we are now prepared to furnish you with llie best quality of Mrs. Steele Bailey. and 20, the nluht expre.-- s, are changed, Lecture. At Mt. Moriah, McGarvey, Jr., Mil. J. S. HocKEK bus a letter from "Youil jwople have much more sense the former to arrlvo at 12:411 A. M. and Friday, Elder J. W. n his brother, J. II. Hoeker, of Kansas than ours" was tho sententious remark tho latter at 2:10 A. M. On the K. C. will lecture on f'Pulestine," with give views views and will a'so City, Mo., that his ions, Woody and of n Boyle county man, when he heard division No. 5, which formerly went to and other Joe, have unlisted in tho army. with Livingston, Is changed to come to Row- of tho modern warships how our court had traded where it things of timely moment. Ritchie W. Vauuiian, our little the Hustonvllle A Danville Turnpike land on tho Richmond branch Lead, Colors, Stains Ac, on the m.iaket at reasonable prices, also a complete line of nupliew, has our thanks for an Invita- Co. All our pikes but one little live will arrive at 12:48 A. M. to connect THE L. A: N. will run a special train the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and with No. 2. and then to Stanford, Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. tion to the commencement exorcises of miles are free now. Lexington to give tho peoreaching here about 1:05 A. M.;layhere Sunday to Randolph-Maco- n Academy at Bedford boys. It Lost his Watch. Mr. II. II. Wade, until 2:10 a. M., then connect at Row- ple a chance to sec the soldier 5:3o A. City, Va. Greetisburg at was here yesterday land with No. 20 and go to Cincinnati will start from IN his charge to tho grand jury at of Mt. Salom, who 8:10, Lancaster S::i5, with a loud of wool, either lost or had over Richmond branch. The mixed M., passing here at Harrodsburg, tho Sayings says that Richmond !):2n and arriving at LexingJudgu Suulley took occasion to compli- gold watch stolen and he was In sore train, which now leaves here at 7:10 A. ton lOtfO. Returning, leaves at OtfO p. ment Hon. J. Sam Owsley, Jr., for his distress. He will glvo a good reward m.. will be reversed to run from Rich- M. Round trip fare from here and for tho return of it. mond, leaving theru at 11:110 and reachIntegrity, ability and elllcloncy. & $1.25. noon. This truln will Lancaster THE children of Mrs. J. II. Baugh-man'- s ing Rowland at MllS. J, W. ROUT has Information comu to Stanford, us connection is A Stanford company of volunteers Sunday school class will enjoy un not that her brother, Mr. S. T. Broaddus, made at Rowland with the day trains is being raised by Dr. W. B. Penny, won thu nomination for clerk of Bates ice cruam and cuke lunch at the Chris. Returning to Richmond it will who has been authorized to do so by county, Mo., afler a hot contest. It Is thin church Saturday afternoon. The there. Rowland at .'1:50 v. M. A'o are Col. D. R. Murray, and has already equivalent to election and tho otllco Is number of pennies corresponding to leave know that the several fam- gotten the names of 5S of the best About our Stock of a very fat one. the number of letters In one's lastnamo very glad to ilies of the train crows will not leave vnnnir ,mn nf town llllil COUnti. Col. MllS. Mattie V. KlltHY has written will bo the admission fee. Stanford, ut least for the present. Murray is a half brother of the gallant pantomime entitled "Thu Bridge," Want Diplomas. There are 18 puCrittenden, who was shot In Cuba by which has been aecoptud by Werner's FntE.--Th- o St. Asaph Hotel had a Mugiuino and will appear soon with 10 pils being examined by Supt. Garland close call Wednesday morning. About the Spaniards and who when told to board, Miss Kate Bogleand back and kneel for the ordeal poses of tho author. The work Is said Slnglolon's :i o'clock, Mrs. Mark Hardin, wife of turn his L. R. Hughes, for common school dido so, saying "A Kentueklan to bo very meritorious. one of the proprietors, was uwukened refused to God and never turns - plomas, Prof. E. L. Grubbj' class of J cum: R. G. Williams, of Mt. Viby a brllllunt light and jumping up kneels only to his seven, Dr. W. D. Tardif's of six and back to tho foe." Capt. Penny's nou, was on yesterday's tram bound for found that the kitchen of the hotel was his second call. Frankfort. Ho told us that James A. Prof. J. Fisher's live from Danville. in a blaze. She gave the alarm and In company Is for thu art Walky Mullins a Mull inn, who killed THE annual commencement exercises a few moments Jailer DeBord was Mysterious Death. Postmaster J. ago, had boon arrustod and of tho Kentucky Wosleyan College will awakening the people with peals of low days was culled to Nelson counhis trial sol for boll. The lire company C. Florence morning by the death of his The total enrollment thu court-hous- e be held June ty Tuesduy Tin: many friends of that splendid of the college and Its academies for the responded in u very short time and soon brother, Fonroso Florence, who When you want a Sprint; Suit. old Kentucky gentleman, Dr. Dave past jour is )1M, the largest in its his- had several big nozzles playing large half in his stable with an ugly Logan, will regret to hvur that ho is tory. President E. II. Pearcc writes streams on the llnmes, which wcro ex- was found Wo can sell you u good suit for S3, hotter ones ut ST.50, S10 und $15. Look in his head. Thocoronor's jury still In ruther oor health. Tho many that the students of Lincoln, Pence, tinguished before moro than a few hun- wound ut our lino at said that death resulted from heart friends of Mr. and Mrs. Will Lilian! SiHionamore, Mutheny and Miss Annie dred dollars of damage was done. Tho disease, but the family is under the will bu pained to learn of tho death of Ponce, have made excellent records In building was of wood and tho facings impression that he was kicked by a of the door to thu brick hotel caught, their Infant daughter, Martha Brons-to- n their ntudies. horse. He dined with his stepmother Lilian!. Advocate. but It was speedily put out. With won- and wus missing from 1 to S o'clock, Wants Their Address. J. G. derful presence of mind, Mrs. Hardin F01.LOWINO are the names of the much search. Duncan's Martin, mail contractor, has received a awakened tho guests, who came tumb- when he was found after Lincoln county boys In Capt. deceased wus about 50 years of ago company: J. M. Barclay, J. W. Brack- - letter dated at the Joliet, III., peniten- ling out in thejr night clothes and crea- The leaves a wife but no children. This Incidents. One and utt, J. M. Carter, John Cotiller, V, B. tiary and signed by Tucker Ballard, ted many amusing is the second brother that Mr. Florence Hall, John G. Lynn, Ex Reynolds, A. who Inquires after W. R. Billion, who drummer had to be asked to return to has lost In two months and much symD. Root. II. Rowan Saulley, Ashby M. ho says married Miss Malinda Ballard, his room and get himself In a more pathy is felt for him. Warron and II. D. White. Tho letter and Walter Suundoiv, who married presentable shapu. Tho whole building ..mm Mis.-- . Sissio Ballard. Ha uys he bus was tilled with smoke and tho screams of this company has been changed to The Danville Sc Hustonville turnbeen In prison for 111 years and Is anx- of the women and the noise of the n pike, which was recently raided, was U. S. N.t ious to hear from them as his mother were almost deafening, yet Train leased and freed Tuesduy by tho llscal Mil. Caiilo B. Biuttain, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A married Miss Mamie Balu-wi- used to belong to tho DUlion family. Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan slept court and thus do tho raiders gain an who lately of this city, was recently pro- Ho once lived In Stanford, ho says. through It all and only awoke when other victory. There aro 75 miles of moted to tho rank of lieutenant. Ho Is Hardin went to his room on his the road In this county and two gates. While unloading Mr. ARM Broken. -now under orders to reort to tho U. S. rounds in taking an inventory of his The court agreed, ufter much dickering Ulst some goods Wednesday afternoon, Mr. guests. The coolest man In the build- with President Win. Warren and his S. Newark, at Norfolk, Va., on tho Isaac Hamilton, tho Rowland merof May, and will go to sea and take ing was W. W. Evans, who represents attornoys, R. C. Wurren and Robert And are oflering somo wur on that vessel. Rich- chant, met with an accident that will tho shoo house of Mursoy Bros., Hart- Hardin, to lease tho road for 91.000 till part In tho likely trouble him for years. His horso mond Climax. ford, Conn. Ho was told that tho house Dec. 1, tho company to expend not less and the old gentleman was THE following were appointed dele- started was ablaze and that he must get out at than S.10 und as much as $50 a mile on wagon and striking tho gates to the Louisville Commercial thown from tho onco to savo his life. Instead ho com- It If necessary. Tho county owns about ho Convention, but only two wont: Dr. J. ground on his right side the arm menced to pack his samples anil did not a i o' tho road and will get some $250 S. M. Ow- fell on was both broken and dislocated leavo till ho could take his trunk with of the money back. The court has in B. Owsley, Dr. J. F. Peyton, Stanford, Ky. Call ami See Us. Opp. elbow. Drs. Peyton and Carpon-te- r , ens, R. M. Newland, Dr. J. K. Vunurs-dale- at the him. In addition to tho loss on tho addition the option of buying the pike were summoned and thoy did what D. W. Vandlvcer, Jas. N. Saunkitchen, somo of thu furniture was for $0,500, should tho bond Issuu carry. P. RIlTo. C. C. Carson, W. P. thoy could to alleviate his sutTerlngs budly damaged. Messrs. Furrls & Har- The trado seems to bo a fair one all ders, J. and etTuct a cure but us ho is ti" years Walton. W. G. Welch, J. E. Carson, J. din had $5,000 insurance on their half around. Tho Hustonvillo & ColTey's old and the bones are badly broken It N. Monefce, A. T. Nunnolloy. und tho furnlturo, In tho Manchester, Mill, 5 miles, is now the only toll road will be almost a miracle If the member Springfield Fire As Marino and London In the county. VlCKEllY writes us from DalW. J. over gets in good shupo again. Tho Ai Liverpool Globe Companies. Texas, that Ed M. McCarty, a las, Rev. H. Ford, of Lexington, will seems to hare been Rejected. Tho fiscal court origin of tho lire member of the tiro company and son of All preach at tho church at Saulley SunW. L. McCarty, of this county, was opened 40 or more bids for keeping the in tho explosion of a lump. day morning at 11 and at the usual hour The other half of tho hotel building Sunday night among tho ilrst to volunteer. He joined turnpikes in repair, but regurdlng them Will cover moro spaco und tho cavalry and his departure was made all too high decided to reject them, is owned by Misses Alice und Dora memorable by his friends, of whom ho modify the specifications in several par- Baughman, who carried $:i,000 In the has mado many, slnco ho wont to the ticulars and udvcrtlso again. The bids Central Fire of Lexington. On being wcro based on pretty tough conditions notified of the Ore by the local agent, Lone Star Suite to live. Secretary R. B. Ken- Full brother to Silver King and the grout Mil. JOHN W Rout lllled Postmas- and these were changed so as to pro- II. C. Baughman, Immediately from Lexington show mure, Alllo G. Hy On Time. First Than any other upon this market. Wo Invito full Inspection. A full stock f ter Florence's place In bis absence. vide simply for good pikes, such us thu dall camo Uubbcll's Lexington, samu day of the tiro had Mes- diini Molllo Mountz. by lloynl KiiB Is u light buy with homo white And' this reminds us that Postollico lu.v required in order to collect toll. and thu and J. A. Allen make murks, hunils lilgli, fouled In 100. llo N Inspector W. J. Vickory, whom wo Tho new specifications are given else- srs. A. C. Sine stallion In Kuntucky. Ask day, said where. Bids are to bu in by May .'!0th an ustlmatu of tho co-i- t of restoring thu the Harris Levi Myers and other who met in Louisville tho other accepted and tho S T. colts 'w him ubout his breeding. Will which was that Mr. Rout was one of tho best post- and tho court will convene tho next building,begin at onco. This company have tho season of lsliS ut my ntublo IK make knew, his success day to open them. Thu bids run from work to masters ho ever muVs from Stunford on tho Iliictoiivllle plku much business here, the ut TF.N DOLLARS to Insuro u Living Colt. being largely attributable to tho excel- 82." to $17.) per mile, and ut those rates is doing with which it acts being a Not responsible for uceldents. lent asslstancu of his daughter, Miss tho county would bo bankrupted before promptness JOF. E. FAUU1S, Stanford, Ivy. big advertisement for it. Christmas Suo Rout. Cottage for rent. East Main A. B. Florence. m Street. L.faw.j IS5 E5 KWl 1 k&JSUIr, KBH - m STYLISH SHOES! COMFORTABLE SHOES, to-nig-ht t DURABLE ; SHOES, And l, CHEAP SHOES -:- four-legge- d , ItW. Hr ) m- m KwrnzmEmm iiiiie II rtmsmrzM! T iPBHG H ME stere-optlco- PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ll.-c-ul CRAIG & HOCKER'S. v Don't Forget 11 Men's, Boys', 1 Children's .: m m ft-- Clothing, SEVERANCE & 4 ii & plerfs Parjts at 50c To $3.50. SONS. ii r r mmMmmmmmmm$mmmmm S lire-mo- n, Car Load Of Vehicles, SPECIAL BiLMuAlMS. Court-Hous- e, B. K. WEAREN & SOV. m MASTIC MIXED PAINT ! i ROYAL KING, 1 WEAR : LONGER. In PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i t Lead, Oil And Colors Also ; 1 30-l- m 41 .rl i k ( iAhmIo"- - ii 11 I .. Jvp JS ( jgeaafffl Sri" CHURCH CHATTER. The Poor Growing Richer. i THE STING OF POVERTY. tho Unhappy Klonillker anil Urn Halted Ileum. Ho stood ontsido the restaurant with sunken cheeks and eyos that glittorcd feverishly. It was night, and to tho wrary wanderer tho brilliantly lighted interior Boomed like a glimpso of ltonvuu. Not that that particular restaurant was ouo which would havo hold out ninny temptations to nu epicure. As a matter of fact, it wiw distinctly ti third ratu establishment. But a starving man is to bo fastidious. To tho tattered wretch who hhivered outside and gazed longingly through tho wiudow tho placo was all that mortal could desire. But it was almost moro than he could bear to see tho waiters emcrgo from tho kitchen laden with steaming dishes to set before tho fortuuato individuals who wero seated at tho tables. And every timo tho street door opened there was wafted to him an appetizing odor of cooking which mounted to his head like wine. For tho fiftieth timo bo drew out n slender pocket book and carefully examined its contents. For tho fiftieth timo ho replaced it with a heavy sigh. "It's no use," ho murmured sadly. "There's only $3 left. Oh, this cursed poverty! Had I but $2 moro I could boldly enter and call'Tor a dish of baked beans." Bursting into tears, tho unhappy Klondiker turned nway and went forth into tho night Now York Journal. Uv THE INTERIORJOURNAL tv !.! y !$I2 PJ14 Ylfi-A- II IN ADVANCE . Rev. Ashley Johnson, of Klraberlin Heights, Tonn., preached at the Christian church here Wednesday night. The Richmond Register says Mra J. W. Caperton'a Little Mission Band ralfccd $33 by nu entertainment for tnissinn work. Bishop John C. Keener, who has held tho oflice sinco 1ST0, has been retired by the Conference of the Southern Methodist Church, in session at Baltimore, from actlvo duties. j When not gop.ililas2.EO will ! charged. - mil Til GIfiD. DIVISION. (. will be held in Louisville next year. au returning Rev. W. P. Harvey was Trains lrarpMnnford at 7.10 a. tu ditor and George Yv. Norton, also or at 4: 25 ii. in. Louisville, treasurer. knoxviluedTvision. Beginning with last Sunday, Rev. 37 p in .. Ko. 24 Train going North ,u W. S. Grinstcad began to give 100 '" 1S " " Na 2fl Bible objections to modern church suppers, entertainments and other invenFor allll'oints. tions of the devil to raise money, and KO'WH TICKETS MLl. CHtCCKED TMKOUUH. will continue to do so at 8 P. M. Sundays MAUUAUE KER1HJCKY CENTRAL For any Information enquire ol JOE S 1UCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. AND The Southern Baptist XTonventton FRANKFORT CINCINNATI. A. X 8 20 VIA OEOUOhTOWN. S3 2i00 3 15 4S0 11 65 Ltc. Somerset, Arl2M ' Jet. City. " H31 Arrr.eoiwtown. i.t 80 " 6 " Franklort, o 630 SCO till all are given. Rev. W. R. Lloyd conducted a meeting at his church, which resulted in 25 additions to the church. Tho en tire series of sermons ranked with tho most powerful and persuasive ever heard here, and the results are gratifying alike to pastor and people. Rich10-d- U LP Jf .' t The W. C. T. U. annual district conC. D.UEKCAW.O.P.A. vention will meet at Lancaster, May Il4eu Doing; Time. 17, 18 and 10th. The night of the 17th QUEEN & CRESCENT. will have a grand gold medal contest. , Trains pass Junction City as follows. The 13th, a lecture by Mrs. Bcauchamp .4 11 p ni No. 1 South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North Tho 19th, we will ' 8 4 am State president. 114'Jam "4 No. 8 " II Ham " No 8 "fi " ......13lpu have Volney Cushing, the celebrated 600am No. 9 " ...... 8 pro "10 " An Interesting s not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-err- s lecturer, from Maine. No. anil IU run uo from South of Somerset day program has been prepared. Railf. only to than Junction City and and roads will give reduced rates by getting certificate from agent when purchasing practicable." ticket. All unions In district are earnTho'bouoruble speaker grows eloquent Royal makes the food pure, estly requested to send delegates. Mrs. wholesome and delicious. s as bo points out how much better food May R. Patterson, pres., Mrs. Robert wo now havo than oven our grandfathers Elkin, cor. secy. ato. "No more yellow saleratus uosts Mr. Medders Git eoutl Iwon'thelp itself in tho middlo of tho biscuit." The Regular and Volunteer Armlc. Speaker Rood ovidently knows how that ' T0U 'r8lu- 1 don't beliove you've douo , .., VV ..vv.. Our regular army consists of 25 in- ie Mmsnlf nr lin ronlrl nnt rlier.rih thn f w. .w lfllnK u sillier, wandering wiuio ion wrong mo, fantry, 10 cavalry and 7 nrtillory regi- thing 60 vividly. sir. I've just douo 00 days. Up to ments. Tho first call for volunteers Our ancestors of half a century ago Date. will bo for 80,000 men. Tho organized know nothing of tho peoplo's carriage, A llullng-- . national guard will havjsWho first op the universal trolley car, which enables "I object to that motion," exclaimed portunity to volunteer through tho gov- - tho poor family to enjoy an outing ernors of thoir respective states. There ' equally with tho rich. The hours of la Broncho Bob nt a meeting of tho city are 114,000 of thoso militiamen in all bor aro shorter and growing still moro council in Crimson Gulch. "What motion?" inquirtxl Rattlosuako the states and territories, and it is bo- -' so. Eight hours n day i understood to Peto, who wad in tho chair for tho tint lieved that the wbolo quota of 80,000 bo tho proper limit For all that, Mr. time. POWDER will bo made up from them. Members Roed commends tho spirit of discontent "Tho ouo just mado by Teepee Tom." Absolutely Pure of tho national guard who do not want which urges the poor on to strugglo to "Well," was the oubwor, "I didn't seo tho motion referred to, but tho ob- to fight must resign from thoir regi- obtain still better things. jection is sustained on general prin- ments. There will not be many of these ROYU. BAKIhO POOtO CO., MW YOU. peace soldiers, however. By ordering a now trial for Zola tho ciP,es- - In a Bthcriu where thero aro eo Governors of tho states have tho right French authorities aro simply dancing "mny seven shooters nil in easy reach gentlemen cannot bo too carofulTrbout ilu to appoint all regimental officers. Tho upon a powder magazine with a lighted how ,h A. S. PRICE, jnnko motiona...Wll,ilIlIg. president of the United States appoints fuse steadily burning its way toward tou gtar Surgeon all field and staff officers. Tho militia- thorn. Tho French republic is not so Dentist, Self Help Not Wanted There. men will consider it a great and glo- stable in its placo that tho explosion "What's that yon 'ro reading so hard, rious pleasure to risk their lives whip- cannot hurl it into fragments. Tho Stanford, Ky. ping tho Spaniard out of tho western charge on which it is proposed try Zola Mr. Cashier?" "Oh, merely improving myself, sir-- it's OffloeOTcr Mcllolierts' Dru? Store in theKOsrjley hemisphere. again is that of slandering thomombcrs UulldiiiR. Smilo's 'Self Help!' " Of the regiments of our littlo regular of tho court martial which tried aud ac"ll'in. You can draw your mouth's army infantry two will not have tho quitted EsteThazy in declaring that thuy salary and leavu at once, Mr. Cashier; B. pleasure of going to Cuba. Ono of them wero ordered by tho authorities to clear we want no ono in charge of tho cash must stay in Alaska, tho other along him. Thus tho tentence ngaiust Drey- who has corrupted his mind witii such tho Moxicau border, in Texas, Now fus would bo mado to appear just. By pernicious literature. 'Self Help, 'inMexico and Arizona, to watch for bands tho 23d of May, when the second Zola deed I" Pick Mo Up. of marauding Spaniards who attempt trial begins, tho authorities hope tho Imagination. i J ffyiyWj guerrilla warfare from that side. Four flcklo French public will havo lost in"Is your husband n man with much, : Stanford, t Ky, regular cavalry regiments remain in tho terest iu tho case aud will seo Zola sen- imagination?" Dentist.Lancasterstrcet at Residence. Office on west and southwest. Artillery work tenced and tho sentenco oxecuted with "I didn't think so beforo ho married will bo moro needed in Cuba than that indifferencce. But for all that tho world me, hut since I havo heard tiio reasons of cavalry. Our country has nn advan- is gradually settling into tho conviction ho gives for not coming homo to supper tage not pobiossed by it in the last war. that Zola is right and tho French au- aud for staging nt thu club until nearly daylight I've changed my mind." Wo havo experienced generals who took thorities are murdering justice. Chicago Pot. part iu that war at tho head of tho bought so many Tho government has force at every poiutwheuco a move forAmethjftU Are 1,'nliU'ky. vessels of various kinds for the auxiliary ward is to bo made. Bill Do you cousidor amethysts unfleet that it will havo luft upon its lucky? bunds when tho present misunderstandAthletic Suicide. Jill I should say ho. I had a collar Not one person in a hundred takes ing is over a hundred craft that are of button once with ono iu it, nud thn proper physical exorcibe, even of tlioco no immediate use to it. It will not dis- -' tiling used to roll under tho bureau Yonkors Stateswho perform manual labor. Tho farmer poso of them all for what they will nearly ovary morning. , bring, however. Tho present emergency man. uses excessively one or two bots of stiffening these up mid rendering has warned us that wo Ufed to keop The Umml itarmark. them usoless, while tho rest shrivel and constantly ready a considerably larger Flushorly I thought you said it was becomo small from not being used at navy than old time Americans have be- n trust I Well, isn't it? nil. Tho washerwoman does the samo lieved wo should ever want. Tho crack Flasherly Certainly not "Uonavo-lent- " And Dealer in thing. So doos as n rulo tho acrobat liners aud tho best of tho smaller boats doesn't nppenr auywhero in tho will therefore probably be retained for of strength. who performs cortxmito title. Now York Journal. HARNESS, SADDLEBY, &0. Such peoplo featsperhaps to bo pitied tho regular navy. aro S 10 DIly 8 40 Arr 1'arls except fcunaay 5 30 mond Climax. (V 1 fto-- '. fur-tii- "i .om-jrse- l, It is pleasing to And that Hon. Thomas B. Reed pauses in tho task of czaring it oror tho houso of ropreuutativos and talcs his pen iu hand for a brief spaco to iudito n letter to thopublio press tos- tifyiug to his belief that tho poor nro growing richer. Many a musically sounding utterance has deluded mil- lions, bpeaker Keed thiukB ompliatlcal- ly that tho smoothly tnrned sentence, "Tho rich aro grower richer; the poor nro growing poorer" is ono of those. Iu brief, ho characterizes it as "at all times a great, an enormous lie." To back np his opinion lie compares the world of oveu 50 years ago with the world of today. Tho vory fact that tho average man today has tho probability of longer llfo than tho man iu tho same grudo of lifo had n century ago proves our conditions of lifo to bo better than tboy wore. Tho poor of today havo "better food, better clothiug, bettor shcltor, moro commodious housing, better heating, better air to breatho, better water to drink and hotter methods of carrylug away tho refuse which used to contain and nourish tho seeds of diseaso and death." In his own nativo New England, which ho knows best, Mr. Reed finds tho greatest changes. Ho declares that if ordinary pcoplo today had to live in such bouses aa oven tho "best pcoplo" of 50 years ago dwelt in "wo should think wo were camping out at Valley Forgo." Tho housed of thav days wcro full of cold, shivering rooms. It wns not till tho furuaco and tho stovo cauio in that mankind could bo comfortablo, and oven then not till tho utilization of coal. "It was when coal camo in that tho heating of a houso all over became iiillSffliW 1 J. T. SUTTOKT. -- Kentucky Hustonville, - li. u,tIpu in Dm iiponlr ofWrtt Lincoln nJ Cey countle. Kullthxk o(Cofflmml Ck. eUnlwijion hand. M 1). 8. Cruter. .NUnngcr. Undortalcor, HOUND TO SELL All llioete Mnlla Cultivators, Alllho-o BUGGIES, SURREYS Phaotons,fload Wagons. Wo en ii sao you from In the vehicle line 3 All those Unit henring Dcering binders, All those nice winking Deerii'g hoy Ilall bearing Dccring mower, to $25 on nn-th- lti QUIT PAYING BIG PROFITS All thoHc neat looking buggies, All those solid Oak Mill Furniture, All thoe oros rowing com planters All of tliwc at 1). I.. CAIKMiNTEK'S. lluslonvillc, Ky. rakes, mid come to us. let m soil uu a chicle rheujier than you can buy It In Central Ky V. J. KOMANS CAKIUAUK CO. ID tin Lmicithter, Kv A. C. SNE. .Dealkk In. Store Room & Goods FOR SALE. and lot In Mnreliuid Station, the CO by 30, twnitorh". high, up-titttory titled up '(or dwelling, suitable (or small family ami a nlde building II by 00, corn crllM, wnro room and wilt heil, 'well arranged (or n general utore, huvobeen selling (rum $13,1)00 to $20,000 worth of goods annually, Is offered (or sale. A hou-- o LUMBER, SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. inittti building er PRICE, 31,200. Also a gocxl Mock of goods at prime cost I "nt 11 the house mid goods are m)I1 In a bulk, 1 mill cell goods (or at nloiit cost Tho lioii will lx rented alter the 1Mb of re Julv mid tho goods cold at auction, gardless of price II II. KINO, Mnrelnnd Station K) eli FIRE INSURANCE Jones, TINNING J. T. A. Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. & PLUMBING, STANFORD, ICY., Shop on Mill St Co. Mill . prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning Hole proprietors of Demi' llltiok Dlamoml lloof Paint. Telephone No. Is now 30. Caledonian Co., : Insurance 1HOO. of Scotland. resilience II. Haughman oppsltu J 21-- tf KOUNOUD - U HM(.-W..- W V w DR. R. M. PH6LPS. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & BURGEON, R.B.MAHONY.Agt, bTANroUD, KY. J Stanford, Olllce - A: Kentucky. Mi H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., orer lllgglns Kluiu'it Store. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Loulsvlllo. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN The Ladies Kestnunuit is Ibe finest in the city. Every convenience for Indie spending the day In the city. Oentlenen' Cafe on olllce lloor. ! Is Receiving liiH Fall And Vlnter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Iliin a Call. JOUM H. I'AITLkMAK. . THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Mnnnger. Music - Tiio1iiv, Tliursday andJSundnT Evening. A.U LiMliX. DB. W. PEjnjnx, BIG 4 ttot'Ti- .The Ilrtl I.lrif INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. lnil I'mtu TOLEDO AND DETROIT BHBBBB All 5 CMTLEim. MANAl.I.llS, out it. rlnli Iu Mlchltfin. J.C.JvIcCJjAY CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS. ATolilltiK tho Tunnel while enrols" iJ" I Vt TVriultMl Milieu. Commerce jBuilding, Louisville AgHit. Thrixirflioul tli "W. A. -- TrtlBBLI, K UNTUCK J7 BOSTON. Waitnrr UuU.t l'arler log Cms. Uwal AxfDl. Y. .lplii:;Cr. SlM-irtn- Stanhokd, Cr,b1t'lttst IHh NEW YORK. OHMrKirtmrnt Cr. Wacnrr Ohi, IHrvMHt CtMclie. Farmers Bank&Trust or sr.Nrouii, ky. Pili Nlly Mr Co mus-clo- via Mill rnl'lt" WAHRKN J I.YM'II K.O. MrCOltMICK. A Ikt Trufflr Mr., Ass dpn CINCINNATI OHIO HoiHreyuurtlckpunml l's up Capital, S2 00,000 00 Sarplaj, T'iiliH ef Iu 17,603 EO Da-hor- ly I Soutfiern Railway Till! more than blamed for their ignorance. Brought to nil Accounting. Tho Spanish armistice in Cuba was Tin harmonious and regular exercise of "Papa, you said you would luavo no ' nil o muscles of tho body will go far as impotent as tho howling of a dog at stone .unturned to advance my social to pi l vent men nud women from ever tho moon. Tho fighting did not ceaso prospects." "Yos, dear daughter, Idid." gt. Aiiig old if they only know it. That for a single day, nor for ouo hour did "Then why do you refuse mo another joiuts and musules fctiiTen up an ' tho patriots lot up their attacks on tho r j gr w rheumatic is tho result of nouox-- I Spanish troops. If tho queen regent and diamond riug?" Chicago Record. or'isa nud inflltrntiou of fat and liniv her ministers believed that their puny The Diur C'hllil. proclamation would havo any effect, it tui "tances. Little Maty was discovered ouo day shows only tho besotted ignorance of uximiually guilty, however, are, on by her mother vigorously applying tho tLa other baud, those- who oxerciso real conditions even in the minds of the oil cau to the kitten's mouth. On being themselves to doath, as tho man did best informed of Spaniards. reproved, she replied, "Why, mamma, -from j (: t recently died of consumption kitty squeaks po awfully when I pull Although tho president cannot consti- her tail." Comic Cuts. i '" 'tig 100 miles n day on a bicycle for tutionally call out tho national guard ( 1 ponsccutivo days. Ho was an athlete for a foreign war, yot it is their high Vd It. Work Well. i ii ho beau, and ho was an emaciated Physiciun So you havo been taking American privilege to volunteer their M cm i jiianmptivo when his disuusted spirit Qnackley'H mediciuo, havo you? ( j and left lying in a hospital tho services, and when tho opposing ranks Dr. U Patient Well, plenty of peoplo b? 'y ho had abused. Several instances actually closo for fight not many of our praiso it to the skies.- arc on record recently of men who have gallant stato militia will bo absent from rr-- i Physician It has sent plenty of them a( raised themselves to doath just to tho scene. there. Judy. . 1 1. they had beaten all others. Physical Tho number of rich American citizens Took AdiHUtuge of Him. s r rclso properly taken is health, who off or to help fit out and maintain iu ' Did the old mail kick when yon ' aud salvation. Thoso who abuso tho field regiments from their respective h simply to mako a record aro tho states is notablo and is increasing. It usked him1 fur hisitdaughter?" mado a point to ak him "No. greatest fools of oveu our times. shows that monoy does not choko patriot- - when ho was un on thostenladder hanu- ism, ns so many Americans who havo jng picture,! "Chicago News. General Blanco has given orders that none nro fond of declaring. pasaeugor steamers from this country to A Sladrld Nursery Ithyiuo. will not be interfered with on There will bo companies of stock Little Boy Red nud Yellow ia now n ad felloe thc.r regular trips, but will bo consid brokers, of telegraph clerks, of railway 'i'1" blowing hH hum uirouuii fepnm. grow ! note, ered aa sailing under a neutral flag. It trainmen and miners enlisted for tho For mellow onco belligerent, (toon must ' Aa t echoes through Kuropo in vain. is nut likely many passengers will mako war. But the liveliest, IlOWlingOSt com- the little pleasure trip to Havana and , paUy of all will bo tho cow boy s from Little Boy Yellow, through fault not his own, kite. Ha trouble or As bcarco as all food stuffs arc in ur.ck juat now, uowover. uney win ieei the ulaius of thu trackless west. For they're curtltiutly Muttering tacks on hit rat'jcr skittish about it. 11 avana is Spain rioters are burning grain throne. rutjer hot as a pleasure resort at this Manv neonle think they ore sensitive And hl crown has slipped oyer his eyes. in there aid playing tho Washington Star. ' j time, even with our raw and chilly when they are onlUlnaturC).. generally. STANFORD. t'-tl.-.- KY. arv Naltooal rut4.ll MIwIihE ilillor In illlou JlHUki, U.M lUtble to lUwk tliwwln thcdtrlil i.ftli aumuHlof llwlrId amount al raluo thTwr, Inadilillua tht'rIII urh ahaiM ll bit' act MthI'JH'Blot. aJ a fully at an liiiilrMual n. iHWUHtur, trui-e,.wr ttmuVtlu tlnm Ih livfiulimt p.1 n rliilr, arr IU tltarvnulihT llidlvl-luallj- r c , SOOTH'S GRMTEST I'KXKTKATns SYSTEM. thtr ImhIui. lo it.. trust thfjr will rotitluur loilo n), and c Hr at a guamntr.fiir iiuu)itat leiillon la njmuuur W crltKt; in funk, amiiniiiodatluiK aart conil.liut lug ami ns Ill-or- it fill aoutii! balikiliK )r' "eight great states KiMituekv. Tunnps-oVirginia. Owirgl North mid .outh Cnrilliia. Altibunm, MUillppl o. J.J, . DIKICTOHV WlllUnn, Mt. Vermin; V, II. CtllUIUiM, I'ufilWTlTlllfJ .1.11. Owaler, J S Ow.lfjr.tsr., II. ShauLt. William (i.Kli, Is J. Kmhrr, J. V. CaL, A. W. Catiionter; J. I!. l.rnii, d a I J. Jt, Mcueh. S. II. Shanks. J 11. I m a z j - Through Sleeping Cars IlptwiH'ti Owslvy orricmt l'rtsllnt, Caaldrr, W .M llrlght Teller Loulsvlllo am' thoFouth FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol bTANlOUD, KY. THREE DAILV TRAINS Uncli way bclwui-W. A. LouUvlllennU Lexington Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 1 3 0 3 2 g 'fi S WaohlngtDii. Tl'HK, O. i: D. C. A.. W. H. TAVLOU, A. O. I' Louisville, A Ivy como-lju:j- NOELSON, -- Dealers In- - Coal, Corn And Hay, Olllce mid lVed Exchanpo near Ilall-roa- il Croifcliig, Deitot- - St., Munfonl, Ky. Coal Yard, Mill St.. lately J. II. Hiatus f Onlcr Ka-.an- a - i I Stand. hiUlxfactlon (Juaraiiteed. Jan. 1 I I Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Attention oltlie public Is culled to the fact that this Is tin' onlv National llaiik In SUtifutil. Un ilor thd iruvlsluiis ut thu National Hank Act deiiosltorsaicseciinnl not only h theraiillal stock, the stocklmldrrs' lialillltr fur on amount but that the stock ciualin securttl ly so fund Jijxwltors oft Ills luitltu. n ol SJIO,ia0 Ire sworn lion uro statements o( tliu conilltlotiol the Hank are niaJo year to the L'nilcd btatt-- tiovernincntnnil its each assets ure exaiiilui'd at statiit tluits b nori'rniui'iit agents, thus souring additional and vrlect salet. toileixjsllori. This Institution originally rstahlisliel as the De KIt Hank of Stanford in ltM, then reorganized as the National Dank ofStaulord In 1S03 umlai;aln reorftaulzrd ns the First National Hank of Stanford In lb.', has had prm tlfally an uiiiuurruileil exist-enfor :U years It Is better nijipllfil now wit'., lai il It les for transacting btiilni'ss prouiitlr aud than bver before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, tinus and lndlrldunls solicited. lr 1 s cf y UIHECTORf. . I man-nou- s Lancaster, i : Kentucky. " a. ware-bous- es mU-chi- ef Newly furnished; clean beds; eplcnilsd Porler6 table. Evetylhing 89 meet all trains. first-clus- F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. V. Ilaydcn, Stanford 8. H. llatighmaii, S.T. Harris, J S. Mocker, " T F. Mill, y. A. Trlbble, V. I'. Walton " " J.M.CollIer.Crah Onh'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, 1). Kluiore, Stanloril. orriCRRS. J. S. Mocker, President; J. J. Mclloberts Cashlt A. A. McKiuney, AxUtautCoiUler. spring weather. , -- iii. TT"'-';- r " ' " "Wis..- -. Js' ..li - i.sTT ....A.la.s.nH -l '. ... f.Hw- - .LfcH.L.. : M.W. H.1.,..r.i . - , -- " . f ft T f )f ym "'-1" j m Tl Vf j T j f, iff, n nfj nlf?" ' J ..4... MiiistiiwsA Usswaj.ix, - -