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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898051701 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 INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY LANCASTER. 1 17. 1898. NO. 21 THE VICINAGE. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, MT. VERNON, A. ior llockrtirttlo jjotn an Ineroneo of cent, on lands. rttlll A ilUpntoh Kiyn that Mimll-poeintt) at llio Ivonseo Minos. u. M. Iloono, Jr., eiHtor of tho Ilcportui', It rojololnj: over tliu arrival of a ton, his second ohlld. A pcnMon of ?."0 per month has been cIvoh to CussIuh M. Clay, who Is u veteran of tliu Mexican ami civil wars. The kitchen of thu Hart Iloueu at Somerset eauirht fire, but the llatnos were extinguished before much damage was done. The Somerset Hoportor says that Cashier It. Li. Hall and several friends caught H7 nice Channel eat Huh out of Cumbciland Ulver In a few hour. A Whitley county youth, who volunteered and went to Lexington, changed lila mind and bopRed to be lot olT, aftur hu riuw that even camp life wna no x Som-oi-bct Prof. Ashly S. Johnson, a dlatlng. ulehed educator of Kimborlln, Tumi., filled Elder George Gowon's pulpit on Sunday. School Superintendent Miss Eliza Lusk rcqucxts mo to announce that examinations for whltu teachers will be held at her olllcc on May 20 and 21. T. J. Hammond says that our guns aro not long enough, thinking that reference Is made to the length Instead of the calibre of the guns.when h they so called. It is a fact that u colored man scut work. the following telegram from this place John Alexander, of Meade county, to some relatives: "Ed O. K., will be didn't know it wa loaded and seriously burled Friday." I don't know where wounded his little sister with an old I While hunting near Columbia, Robt. Turner, aged 15, accidentally shot and killed his younger brother. Threu Negroes are In jail nt Murray for holding another Negro named John Brndluy and shooting him to death. Thomas Wagoner, of Harrison, Tenn., phot Harry Taylor fatally when ' he saw him kb.-ln-g the former's daughter. Mrs. Frankie Lwls, of Prostonburn, is 102 years old and is still sutlleicntly lartlvo to do good deal of her housei Circuit court will begin here next Monday. Ed lived. pistol A child's play. The Hitrrodaburjj Democrat nays hlx or eight hiibstantlal citizens have lawyera to tljjht the whisky question throiiKh all the courta regardless of cost. Many jwoplo claim that the was Illegal. election last Tue-d'a- y Thu board of equalization raised the useossinout of Mason county 'M per cent, on lands and 'JO on lot- -, tho greatest of uny county. Pulaskl'a ruUo on lands was per cant. anJ lUis&oll'&only en-Kill- 1 of the death of her klniinuu, Shelby CJllI, sou of Judge Turner A. GUI, of Kansas City. The young man just 21, waa on hla way to the gold Holds of Alaska and died just after leaving Chll-koot onu. au oiuuigo on 101s. Mrs. Mary McKou has been notified I'ttrt. Danville- Advocate. Hunjamln Franklin Farra, nged 79, one of t lie best known and wealthiest farmers In thu Hlucgras, died ut his homo In Jessamine county. Ho was the father of Mrs. San ford C. Lyne. and Mrs. Matt Walton, of Lexington, and Mrs. Eugene Zombrod, of Springfield, O. Judgo Morrow decided that the bill changing Whitley county from the lid to the 5th appellate district Is with He also wrestled constitutional question In a another suit against the town of Jelllco to declare the orgnnl7Jitlon of the town made by the circuit court In 1M3 of no olleet, because Jelllco was not classified by the next session of the Legislature-Hdecided It still held Its existence us town, lloth cases will be u sixth-clas- s appealed. A Lexington correspondent says: The curiosity of the camp Is Company I, of l'ulaskl county, under command of Cnpu T. Z. Morrow, Jr., a aon of d Judgo Morrow. They are a tall, lot of mountaineers, and the captain counts It a point In favor of hla recruits that not a few of them have "brought down' their men. They have no equipment of any kind, and will get none until thu Government equipment arrives from Philadelphia. They are wood-oquartered in the hirgo barn-lik- e a lecture atrueturo formerly used as those men are amusing hall. themselves by playing leap frog and patting juba. They aro as kittenish as school boys, but armed they would play havoc if pitted against a line of the enemy. They aro "spoiling" for a light. uncon-atltutlona- Prof. Goshanu, a philosopher of memory, mind reader and mental telegrapher, was hore Friday and Saturday nights and gavu tests in mind reading and hypnotism, which wore absolutely wonderful. In company with several friends I took my annual aummeroutlng to Dripping Springa, on Sunday. We had a delicious dinnor. drank freely of the health-givinwater and returned homo much improved. Miss Carrio Klrtley, a gifted young lady of Louisville, manager of the woman's department of the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Now York, for Kentucky and Tennessee, Is the guest of her uncle, H.' C. Jennings. Senator Farris has been notified that the Mh Congressional District Committee will meet at Lawrenceburg, on Wednosday, June 1st, to determine the lime, manner and place of selecting a democratic nominee for congress. Mr. William Severance, of your city, paid thu iNTKltiOlt JoriiXAL. Bureau a flying call on Friday. Capt. Mike Sal-to- r took nine volunteers to Lexington Friday to lake tho place of any of Capt. Duncan's company, who might he rejected on examination. The Mt. Hebron school, which Is the g cablegram from Yokahomu says 200 g. fishing boats have been swept away by a gale and a tidal wave at Swate, and l.""0 men are mis-loGov. Taylor has commuted the sentence of John T. Carter to life Imprisonment. Ho was to have been hung at Galnsboro, Tenn., Saturday, for killing his brother. Near Cuba, Miss., i he Alabama Great Southern passenger train was held up by live masked men. The amount secured by thu robbers Is placed by the otliclals nt ?5,000. At SpartanburL'. S. C. Dr. S. .1. nv'. ings, who last March killed T. J. Trim-nlecommitted suicide in his cell, when ho was convicted of murder In tho llrsi degree. The mall deliveries in cities will not be limited to four as proved by the Semite, n conference committee having agreed to cut it out of the Mstoillco that Prof. McMillan, of Richmond, will preach the bacalaureate sermon of the Institute. Tho eiTort to organize u Methodist church hero Is meeting with success. A Sunday school was organized Sunday. A severe rain and hail storm passed over this county last Sunday. In some sections It did much damage to fencing und vegetation. Mrs. Dr. A. G. Lovell and Miss Mat- tie Williams returned from the May Festival last Friday. Messrs. Ed Cox and Will McClary also attended. Reuben Mullins has moved to Livingston. Sam Fields has been quite ill. A. It. Scott has a large stock of goods in Hugh Miner's store-rooon Main COOPER & CO'S RAILROAD SHOWS Stanford.Saturday, May 21 fT Street. Miss Cora Adams won the sliver med. al iu the contest at Livingston Friday evening. Miss Mamie Jones and Master Jack Adams, of this place, also recited. Miss May Wagers won second prize. Livingston grows more business-lik- e daily. Thu handeomo Train Dispatch er W. F. Sheridan took charge of the k new depot yesterday. Messrs. Flsh-bac- und Humpton, who have held down the wires for a long time, will go r, l. e raw-bone- largest In thu county, except the graded school, will be taught again this year by Mrs. Mary Anderson, making her fourth year at that place, which proves thai she gives satisfaction. Cooper A: Co 'a united Southern Railroad shows will exhibit hereon Friday, May 20. Press comments and their bills represent It ns a stupendous and faultless exhibition. Tho prlcu of Is only 25 cents and a large crowd is expected. Forty-sirelatives and friends of Capt. Duncan's boys went from here to Lexington on thu Special train Sunday. Six, of thu seven, coaches were tilled before thu train arrived here. The company is full now and the boys nru ready for any emergency. Only seven men were rejected In examinations, anil It is ald to be one of the best comx panies in camp. n To-nig- ht - CHURCH CHATTER. The editor of this paper has recolved from It. !:. Turyeai', of CampbullsvUlu. $:i for Hro. llarnos as follows: From himself 7."c, J. N. Turner SI, Dr. S. It. HassSl, Hunry Turner 25. Mr. Fur-yerecoiitly sent $1 in addition to thie. The missionary mooting at Ml. Mu- , llah Saturday was vary largely attend-ednut half of the people being able to get In the church. The proceedings woro Interesting and Chairman l W. Carter scored another point as an excellent presiding oilleer. The dinner was more than ample for all present and of the excellent quality. The next meeting will be with the church ar Extensive preparations aro being made for tho W. C. T. l Convention,' which will bo In session hore on 17, IS and 11). On Tuesday night theru will be a grand gold medal contest, in which each contestant must have taken a medal in some other contest. It is the first one of the kind ever held in tho State and will call out a large audience. Between these exorcises there will be a musical contest for nsllvor medal. On Friday night, 20th, Mr. Volney B. Cushing, ono of the most popular 8eakera of the age, will deliver a lecture, subject, "The Lost Atlantis." which he handles In a manner. The subject Is replete with rovulntlons which are Interesting and Instructive to all clashes. The lecture will be worth much more than tho adinn-tcrly Over $50,000 worth of notes, accounts and judgments due tho defunct Deposit Bank of Midway were sold at public uiivhimi mi uuLnccn old unu zm. une claim for about $0,000 brought 10 cents. At ThomasviUe, Ga., Andrew Pollock, a work hand, assaulted thu of his employer, when the latter had him bound hand nnd foot and for 10 minutes whipped him on his naked buck. M. Eugene Ysaye, the Belgian violinist, was paid $1,000 for playing at the Music Festival, Louisville, but declined to pay ill for a cab to the auditorium and back and stood In the rain waiting; lor a car. In a suit against the Louisville Posting firm, a delinquent, who sued for $5,000 damages, lost out, Judge Toney deciding that It was not libelous to post delinquent debtors In tho streets, using yellow posters and largo typo In which the amount owed and thu occupation of debtor were given and making them very conspicuous. POLITICAL appropriation bill. Thomas Hltt, L. k N. flagman died at Louisville of a fractured skull. A negro hit him with a rock and escaped. The quarrel waa caused by the negro calling Hitta "Lleber Karl." elsewhere. The hist gold medal contest prize to the urand gold contest at Lancaster e took place last night at the here. Tho speakers were: Misses Jessie McNeil, of Pittsburg; Cora Adams, Livingston; Fannie Mullins, Fannie McClure, Colla Gentry, Mary Williams und Garlic Davis. Miss Carrie Lair returned Sunday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. George Cook, Livingston, who sustained a painful injury by stepping on a large nail, which passed almost throngh her foot. Mi&s May Miller has returned from Texas. Oscar Fish, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. and' Mrs. F. L. Thompson last week. A party of young people drove down to Livingston Sunday. Eld. Curmichal preached at the Baptist church Sunday. Mr. Meadows, of Pine Hill, was in town Monday. Miss Kate Coddington, of Madison, visited at Livingston. Mrs. J. L. Joplin and Miss Ella are visiting Mrs. Charles Splllman In Jessamlno county. Prof. Dlckerson has a good school at Livingston and will probably get the free court-hous- Greatest Family Show of the South. This Year Hotter Than Ever. Absolutely ihe Best Popular Price Show Admission "Reduced, in America. Children under 10 ears 15c; AT LANCASTER, Adults 25c. Watch for Street Parade at 11 o'clock. Stanford, Saturday, May 21st. "Will also exhibit Friday, May 20th. rHni For Every Foot There is The Right Shoe. Your shoo Is here. We make a point ot fitting people. Any one can sell shoes once. Wo sell shoes over and over to tho samo people. Steady trade is the te-- t of a shoe store. We have lots of such advertisements m ( i 1 ill : A.V I w a Walking All Over The Country. They wulk n good deal, their shoes feel so easy und look well. call on us, Always CALDWELL St LANIER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. school, which numbers 204 pupils. Dr. J. S. Cooper has a large practice at Livingston and he and his handsome wife are comfortably domiciled In a lovely home. 1 ! ele- gLWflYS HflEHD Ill Low Prices and Good Material. An gant line of Children'?. Suits. CLARENCE COLEMAN, OUK MIDDLKHUKCJ KEI'ORTEK, HOLD SOLDIER HOY. .NOW A POINTS. Madison county G. A. R. camp Is kicking against the pricks in passing resolutions condemning Commissioner Evans, who is the most honest republican who ever held tho otllce. Bill of Senator Stewart, of Nevada, A providing thai "all disabilities lmjosed by tho llth nmeudment to the constitution of the United States on account of having engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United States und on account of having given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof are heroby removed," passed the Senate without debate. FLAG PRESENTATION. Tho patriotic women of Kuntucky, Daughters of the American Revolution, will present a now Hag to the SKCONI) ItKUIMKNT mission fee. at Morelaud. CllHAF HATKSON Q. ' & C. remarkable fatality has attended the class of cadets of which Ensign Worth Bagley, who lost his life on the Wlnslow, was a momber. Five have lost their lives in a year. Young Breckinridge, who was washed overboard In a rough sea from the revenue cutter, Cushlug, and was drowned while under way ,o Havana; Jenkins and Merrltt went down with tho Maine; another cadet of the 11 was drowned in A d At Lexington. Wednesday, May 13th. HALntATUSO.VQUKK.VA CKKSCKXT From all points In tho State. Gov. Bradley will make the presen- same company. Collier, Lexington, May 15. Surprised you may bo at hearing from me at this place, but I am a blue coat now or better still a Yankee rebel. I came up the Sth Inst, and enlisted in Company F., Second Regiment, which hails from Middlesboro. I have succeeded In getting on the good side of thu captain (Price) and a liner gentleman I never met. He served as a captain In thu late war. The boys In our company are typical mountaineers and are endowed with that patriotism and love of liberty which caused many to surrender lucrative positions to become only privates in the ranks, that they might go to the front to uphold the honor und dignity of both our old Commonwealth and the nation. Lexington is full of people who came to see the boys. Excursion trains will be run on all railroads entering Lexington today und it is estimated there will bo 50,000 visitors in town. I had the pleasure of meeting your former compositor, II. Rowan Saulley, yesterday and wo had quite a pleasant chat. Robert Kceney, of Mlddleburg, camo up with me and enlisted In the Camp Our company was examined Thursday and only nlno were rejected, tho writer and Keeney going through liko a top. There is a good deal complaint about tho grub, but I will say right here, wo wont starve. Nearly all the boys have severe colds, but If properly cured for, will not amount to much. Capt. Davis, of Company I., from fell from a loft sinco I began writing and has just beon taken to the hospital. He was unconscious for quite awhile, aud how seriously hurt he is, I can not say. Best Line of $10 Suits In the State. mBHm wmmwW .? rMril I'liie Shoes, Nobby Shirts. Stylish Neckwear. Suits made to order and kept In order ino ' t year. k THE GLOBE, J. L. FKOHMAN & Co., Danville, Ky. li V I m I rj '.i.. ....'a :.... ! ; FOOTtf EBIt Our Stock of IN I Ml V, !fii One fare for thu round-tri- p to Lexington, on account of tho Leaguu American Wheelmen Meeting, Juno 20th and 21st, from all points in Kentucky. Good to June 22d to return. Bicycles handled free. Blue Grass Tournament, Itlchnioud, One faro tho round-tri- p May from all points In Kentucky. Good till May .'10th to return Excursion. 2(1-2- 3. the Lexington nurseryman, says "that in 1845 theru were three sweeping frosts In May, onu week betwoon each, the ono on tho 15th sweeping wheat, corn and all fruits und tender growth. In 1850, the frost on May 1 Injured fruit, but not gruln. In 1802, tho May frost killed nil small grain and overythlng tender. In 1881, while It was not a May frost, things were In growth just as now. Tha wheat blaokcned considerably, many farmers plowed It down and planted corn, but those that had faith made fair rope." H . F. uTUeninoyor, tation speech. See small bills concern Ing Queen fc Crescent rates und train service, or call on your ticket agent for further Information. tho China sen. W. C.Rixkaksox, Gkx'l. Pass. Act., This comes from London: The Paris Cincinnati, O. correspondent of thu Sunday Special Georgo Downing In jail at Washingsays lie learns from a trustworthy ton as a suspected Spanish spy did tho sourco that Great Britain and Gormnny havo arrived at a formal agreement proper caper by hanging himself. Madwith the United States to put a stop to dened over his discharge from tho navy u tho war within tho and his love for a Spanish servant girl of Minister DcLome caused him to benext fortnight. come a traitor. Tho number of newspapers published in this country is 10,582 In the EnWhen You Have.a Bad Cold glish language, with 741 Gorman, 05 You want the Wit medicine that can le obtained Swedish, 50 Spanish, 51 French, 35 Bo- and that Is Chamberlain' Cough lWmedy. You want a hemian, 33 Polish, 25 Italian, IS Dutch relief but etl'ectremedy that will nut only give quick a permanent cure. 18 Hebrew. and You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs Tho committee from the board of di- and keep exectoratlon easy. You want a rectors of tho new Lexington Stock dency toward remedy that will counteract any tenpneumonia. Yard Co. has practically decided to loYou want a remedy that Is pleasant and safe to cate the yards at Gentry Bros.1 Stock take. ltemedy Is Chamberlain's Yards near tho Cincinnati Southern cine In uso that Cough all of these the only medl requirements. meets Ulspano-Amcrlca- Ladies' & Children's n Shoes, Slippers, i 1 1 m L'J! w; II! . vo? Is full of the Nicest and liest Things the market affords. Pa-duca- h, i ij (A Chocolate, Tan, BroWn With either kid or fancy vesting tops. BlacH, I ; M! i tyi Newest lasts and toes. I thought about doing newspaper work along with tho rolo of soldler,but after hearing a newspaper man cursed and treated as badly as I saw ono yesterday I have decided to abandon tho idea. Well It is drill timo and I must como to a halt with three cheers for Cuba Libre. Au revolt. n. J. iviorcOaCrc i c. 1898. Clarexce Coleman. M. This remedy Is famous fur Its cures of bad colds throughout the United States and In many foreign countries It has many rivals, but, for the speedy bad colds, ermaneut cure capital of the Philippines Islands Is and nnd Its tpleudld otqualities arestands without a everywhere adpeer strictly maintained and that tho cable mired and praised. Kor sale by Craig I Hocker. is on board an American vessel. Stanford, Ky. road. Lloyd's agent at Manila cabled from Hong Kong that tho blockadu of the r.lUlia Kerry, of this place, says he never had Tho Second Session of tho Collegiate Year, ISO" OS will open anyt Ing do him so much good and give such quick relief from rhenuutlsm us Chamberlain's 2-5:tl- i, Ta,n.-u.a,X3- r ttslii Halm. Hu ws bothered greatly with shooting pains from hip to knee until lie used this linientering at that time will be received Into tho classes. For full Information ment which atfords prompt relief. U. 1'. lUker Now pupils call on or wrlto to Miis. SACrLEY at tho College or write for cataloguoi Druggist, St. Parts, Ohio. For sale by Craig A WILLIAM SUELTON,. President. Hooker, Stantml, Ky. Stanford Female College. On IM:o:n.d.a,37 t,aJrf,.'.taMO '4to. JtfC thf iiS-- 4 A. - ', -- ! sraWp&w-iwfj- v tgwwTff--j"v;,;i;MiaSarjjiii,iii- ; ,,a 10,wx.,.wJ,!3?5! .i',iiMMttWt1Mg T " I Mm Mni i iiw'r'iruwwwtiMiM(wR ' ' 7 r Wood fc Lynn bought of various par-tic- s New York, May 10. The World's of tho Annual Outing 100 hogs to slop at W. H. Traylor's made correspondents captured by Spaniards haa been THE INTERIOR JOURNAL of Kentucky Editors E. Mornlngstnr. distillery at 3 to 31c. They weighed out by Secretary R. They will meet at tho Palaco Hotel, are to be exchanged for two Spanish from 90 to 125 'Kumds. J. T. Veatch sold 26 cattle to Mr. a ofilccrs. May 17. 1898 Cincinnati, July 1, at 1 v. M. and Stanford. Kv., Carson at $35.50 and 10 yearling mule visit tho Lagoon. On the 2d The president has proclaimed a colts to Dr. Hart, of Woodford, for 840. thoy will leave via the C. II. & D. for And we are still in tho ring, blockade of Manila. Nicholasvlllo Journal. Detroit and thence by steamer to MackW. P. WALTON. Legion arrived at C. B. Reld is having hard luck with The Louisville inac, where thoy will remain till Wed- Camp Bradley, Lexington, Friday. Gardner's stable of runners. Thoy nesday at 8:30, returning to Cincinnati Gov. Bradley has appointed Col. II. have all been sick and ho hasn't started week out. Tho S. Cohn, of his statT, mustering ofllcer TiIB Spanish Cape Verde licet is like next day, making a at the Louisville races yet. you put trip will bo a most pleasant one, a for tho 1st regiment. the Irishman's Ilea. When D. N. Prewltt bought of Took Hubla away up Lake Michigan Is olllclally your finger on it, It isn't there. It has Mackinac London, May M.-- It where it never gota hot. Weekly pa- given out that Spanish licet was sight- ble 27 hogs at 3.35 and 50 each from A. Of high prices, cannonading the markets for cheap tuerchandiif and saving Marving bjen reported at many places in the J. Rico and E. W. Lee at tho same Americans from extortion on every hand. Thin Is our bushiest and we mean busipers, that have been In existence a ed Westward of Martinique. last several daya and yesterday nothing price; also 20 from John White at 3 ness when we ny year, will be entitled to one represenwas known of it except that it had left Franco nermlttcd tho Cruiser nar cents. Advocate, to two and dailies Curacoa, which la a 100 mllca or so tative; vard to lay up for repairs at MartiA. Myers, of Lexington, has bought of to three. Send Mr. Morningstar a nique port. Spain protested, but she North of tho most Northern republic over 1,100 lambs In Woodford county at dollar beforo June 15, tell him which upheld the Harvard's right. South America. It la thought that It 4, 4 J and 5 cents for Juno and July de way you wish to go and he will prola either striking for Cuba or to Inter Schley's flying squadron, consisting livery. J. A. Cohen bought 100 hogs havof the battleships, Massachusetts and cept the Oregon and the ship accom- vide transportation, tho railroada at 3.15 to 31. Woodford Sun. ing with their usual generosity olTered panying it. The Sampson lleet la on Texas, tho cruisers Brooklyn and New Tho Harrodsburg Democrat reports Orleans and tho converted cruiser St. sales of 13,000 bushels of old wheat at .Special line of 15c dnMt goods at HV per yard. he lookout und Is moving to the South to haul the quill drivers free. end of tho Windward Passage, while Thk Courier-JournSpecial line of L'5c dress goods at 15c per yard. says that Hen- Paul, was ordered South from Hampton 81, and several crops of new at 75 and Schley is proceeding to ry Watterson, Jr., who rodo Oxnard in Roads Friday. Commodore SOo. bought quite a Special line of 5'K; tlrtss goods nt 25c per yard, J. S. Roberson has command the West side of Cuba. The in the gentlemen's raco Saturday, The entire Spanish squadron at Ma- number of Spring mare mule colts in Special line of dress and latter passed Charleston, S. C, Sunday to the Legion and had to procure nila sunk; 1,200 Spaniards killed tho West End, paying from 843 to 850 It is expected that in a day or two tho a furlough of 24 hours to take his wounded; the forts destroyed; the arse- each. greatest of naval battlea will bo fought mount. "Col. Castleman, when grant- nal captured; eight Americana woundR. H. Bronaugh's Kuthlo May and Dewey is still master of the altuation ing the furlouch, assured him solemn ed. Tho battle of Manila holda the W. P. Glvons' Three Bars started at at Manila and expects an early surren- ly that unlcsa he won the race ho world's record. Loulsvillo Saturday but both were bo Ac, In largo der of It. Tho people are sutrerlng for would be A Spanish report from Manila admits hind the money. Sister Stella, former- At le: than cost of making, silks, black drcia goods fancy and shot on bread and horse llcsh la eaten: other his arrival at Camp Bradley in Lex- the Spaniards lost 300 killed and had ly owned by Carroll Reld, won her quantities. Dew Down right bargains in meat ia $1.50 a pound. ington." As Oxnard came second, ev- 600 wounded when Rear Admiral race easily. Annie Taylor, recently policy of ery man who holds an unredeemed ey annihilated the Spanish licet, but sold by J. B. Gentry, was a favorite in While the procrastinating the president prevails, Gen. Blanco has ticket on him hopes that the colonel ovon that does not half avenge the her race but failed to show. been profiting by it and now haa not proceeded at once to execute his prom- blowing up of the Maine. The J. W. Zarlng Grain & Mill Co., only Havana, but the coast for miles &o ise and that beforo this Henry, Jr., la Preparations are being made for an of this city, haa bought four growing crops this county at $1 and well fortified that nothing but a large no more. expedition to Cuba consisting of 300 one of wheat in fc McSwaln shipped a at 95c. Nell Corsets, corset covers nnd hosiery. Our superb Hhoe xtock, is wolf worth your condearmy can invade the island. Tho Cuhnn volunteers. Tho men will be car load conproduce to Now tlnin Tuocgh the Timca proved that it commanded by a Cuban and the land- sisting ofof1.200 chickens and York, dozen sideration and wo can prove to you better by nhowng you ilio goods and as strong as fenses are now fully double 7,000 trying to explain. ago und the coast had the largest circulation in Louis- ing will be protected by American war- eggs. Richmond Register. they were a month patrol 16 so thorough that tho Ameri- ville, the council gave the city print- ships. condition ok the Washington, May 13. Sampson re cans In attempting to land are nearly ing to the Dispatch. The Times say& of John ports bombardment 01 aan Juan Dy FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00 , always confronted with Spanish sol- it was done at the command diers and masked batteries. This is Whallcn, the Dispatch saya It was be nine of his lleet. It lasted three hours OK STANTOItl), KY., why the Gussie relief expedition failed cause the council ia democratic and the and great damage wna done to the bat$1.50 suits nnd 5 suits, Hoy's suits at 50c. f to !5, boy's wash Miil with xuilor colAt tlio clw of Unlnt- - May , in several attempts to land her cargo Timea la not. You takea your choice teries and city. Ono man killed on the lar and whistle at 60c, hoy's knoe pants in endless quantities at 20c to il per pair. RESOURCES. New York: seven slightly wounded In of guns and ammunition for tho Cu- - without investment. fl MI8,7( . Notes ami 1IIIU We make a specialty of tailor made suits and shlrtrt, satisfaction and tit guaranthe squadron. hnna Thn lr1uf will rn.it. (tin Atnil'i2,4l 07 teed. should give our It Is now reported that 15,000 men Other stocks ami Winds Thk Courier-Journcans thousands of lives while the inM 71 ... . .... Overdrafts. ,.,. .,.., ., ,.,.... Lancaster correspondent credit for will be sent for the Invasion of the lm from National Hanks 11,1.11 aurguiiLS lire U Villi; imu 3uti;. a t0 6" " The object of theCienfugos attack, bcin? thc 8Uef Dewey and Philippines. When Porto Rico Is tak- Hanking hull-- ami let. f dent and vice prudent, en 20,000 or more troops will be needed furniture ami KUlurvs... ......... ........ l'res was to cut the cable leading to Jamaica . L,cc 441 01 .. Current 1.x vn.s. ........... a ticket should be there. The ' President, It Is stated, Uuli and It was successful. The crews of 18,414 nrm w.wwwu, Aitv ai. . miutfioj. isn.. the Marblehead and Nashville went ..UH fiinf.nwi. ..... .... i. ....,,....., ...j., may, therefore, soon lsiie another call Specially to our new line of s:uh rihhons and ribbon trimming. Alio tlie bo.t up will come in for a very big olllce, If (or volunteers. JKWUI M within 50 yards of the beach, under u tcMlate line of parasols In white nnd ull colors. LI.Ulll.lTIHS: ................. The second Spanish lleet, composed Capital Muk !it),f"i galling tire from a regiment ashore, those gentlemen do the fair thing and Come while our stock is complete nnd get the first of eveiy thing . io, tn ti of the battleship Pclayo. armored Muki Pttml ..... but stuck to their task like heroes. The republics do not prove ungrateful. . 19,tVJ 11 ... Individual I)ell two ahlps shelled the sharpshooters It took a current of about 1,900 volt cruiser Empcrador Carlos V., cruisers I'mllviitisl I'feMt S.lll M wounding, It ia said. 14. One man three times applied to kill Murderer Alfonso XIII., Rapido und Patrla, and Due Jo Kink.. i,s; s THE was killed and seven wounded of the iFrank Early in the Ohio penitontlury three torpedo boats, now at Cadiz, ia w,pii convey a strong to ships' crew. and It was 51 minutes before ho was said to be preparing J. II. 0t,BY, Onhlrr, The events of last week were not pronounced dead, after fearful strug- military expedition to the Philippines. T. 1). KANKY, Marnier The railroads of California have particularly inducive in strengthening gles. The old fashion hanging seems Hranch store at Pari, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, llardfltnwn, l.awrenrrburjr, ItEPOKT OP THE CONDITION ynthl the idea that seems to prevail that tho to be the best and most humane way of started to raise a fund to build a battle or ana, Versailles, Kmineiicc, (IcorKutown, Klizabethtown, Frankfort. Muuckport, Iixl. ship for the government. It is known Spanish are unable to cope with us. ' getting olT with criminals after all. NATIONAL BANK, as the "Railroad Men's Battle Ship THE FIRST She may not be, and doubtless is not, j AT STANFORD employes of that In the We greatly fear young Mr. Dewey is Fund." The railway but at nearly every point ahe got the Slate of Kentucky, at the dote of butinett a dewd. Cynthiana Democrat. Hard- State propose to enlist the assistance of May 5, !& best of us during tho week. ly, but if hia head isn't mighty level, railway men throughout the country. RESOURCES. Tub Senate committee on finance, it will be so badly turned by so much 1147.111 61 Sensational reports were out Satur- I.oant and ducounU of the House war praise and (lattery, that he wont have day that the Spanish were preparing to Overdrafts secured ami unecnreU ... l.tSrt SO after a consideration 50,lu) ll U. S. llond to lecure Circulation measuro for two weeks, rejected tho auy more sense than one. bombard Boston and Charleston, S. C, li,W3 S7 Timothy Hay Siocki, lecuritiet, etc fiOporcwt Corn Chop 70 " " $500,000,000 bond issue authorized by when the fact was that they wero V,'Jl" C) furniture and fiituret.. 45 Mixed Hay. Chicken Feed that body and instead presented a 'Jfiporhu. way as fast as pos- Other real catate and mortgage owned steaming the other IfiK lfi " " Clover Hay. WW COAL. M A U report to issue 8150,000,000 in green-sible, being sighted ISO miles North of Due from National Ilanki, not Rr-1,(0111 Millet serve Asenta,. 10 " " xjLJLI i Fall lirancli Lump backs for the prosecutio of the war, 11J h.t lu. the coast of Venezuela the same day. Due from State Ilanki and Hankers '.7 VI Straw '() " " Jcllico iAimp " which shall be of like denominations 10J " Fishermen captured by the American Due from approved reserve agents fi.s.'A 07 lfi pur lui. JellicoNut and of the same legal tender quality, 10 " " vessels oil the Cuban coast tell of a pit Checks and other cath items SH It Feed Oats.... BIG BATTLE EXPECTED. 70 per owl i Special pricuN on hutli feed and coal In and shall be payable and redeemable .. 2,"M or) ShipHtnlT iful condition of affairs In Havana, Notes ol other Nat. Hanks largo (iiantitk'H. and reisauable in the same manner as SAMPSON AT CAPE HAYTIEN HOUND where people ure literally starving to Fractional paper currency, nickels and IW M cents the $.'146,000,000 of such notes now outTOR CIENFUGOS. death. Tho reconcentrados are nearly Specie 01 coin-- 1 standing. It also provides for the all dead, having been driven out to the Legal trndcr notes, a,y.V. im U W, ul age of the silver seignorage in the the white squadron kn ROUTE TO desolate regions between court towns Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer "i.'JWi (J 3 percent, of circulation treasury as fast as possible, the secre TAKE A HAND. and Insurgent lines. The condition of WK IIAVB JUST HKCKIVKD A tary In the meantime to issue ccrtili. is equally distressthings in Mantanzas Total SMI.IM 10 Washington, May 1(5. Sampson ing. cates thereon. A minority report pre- LI A HI til IKS. J10n,() () Sampsou's battering of San Juan, Capital stock Buuniu uy iur. iviiiouu gives uumurity i... been heard from. He is at Cape 16,6m) mi even though the reduction of the city Surplufund ' for tho bond issue. A very strange -Undivided profits, less expeoses and change la made In the House provisions Haytlen and will go to Clenfuegos, be not complete and not as great a suc4 761 (it taxes paid on tobacco and beer. The committee which ia probably the objective point cess as hoped for, has been useful In National Rank Notes outstanding......... 4'.,l) 00 1,7'J keeping the Spanish lleet away from Due to other National Hanks. And are ofleriliK home decided to raise the tax from six cents of the Spanish Meet. .. l.W.i V) base of operations. Had Due to State Hanks and Hankers an important o lfi ceuts a pound, an increase of Individual deposits subject to check. ... 'Jl,'."." M Gen. Graham Is to command troops tho Americans kept away from that Notes and bills redlscountrd 166i per cent., and foolishly reducing the tax on cigarettes and cigars 50 at Falls Church, Va., Gen. Leo the 7th port the Spaniards would have come Liabilities other tuu those above stated Vi.' CO by that route, and stopped for coal and Total. cents. Tho tax on beer, which had .2fil,lM ID only been doubled, and which was very and Wilson the 0th corps at Chicka-maug- provisions. STATE OF KENTUCKY. ) J County of Lincoln, Tho first skirmish on Cuban soil was low then, was reduced by the allowance Stanford, Ky. Call and See U. Opp. I.John Mcftoberts, cashier of above named Cabanas Friday, in the Hint, do J solemnly swear that the above stale fought near of a rebate of 7 per cent, on cash payand War revenue bill reported to the province of Plnar del Rio. The steam- ment Is true tothe best of my knowledge Cashier be ments for stamps. Tobacco has come lief. JOHN J. McROHERTS. Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth day er Gussie arrived there with two comto be regarded as a necessity, but ex- Senate. It la expected to yield panies of infantry and a largo cargo of olMay, 189S. (J. It. McKINNKY, S.V. L. C. cept with the Germans no claim is J. S. Hockix, annually. ammunition for the Insurgents. About Directors. made that beer is necessary to one's J W. lUroKN, THKV. 1". Walton. J Raleigh, N. C, May 10. The body 40 men landed, being compelled to wade The refusal to provide for by the issue ol bonds is all right, but the of Ensign Bagley, who was killed on ashore. They were at once engagedhot N.02017, Spaniards hid In tho bushes. A REPORT OF THE CONDITION many other changes in the House bill followed, the gunboats engagement can not be so favorable commented the Winslow, arrived here, his old Manning and Wasp meantime sending THE NATIONAL IANK OF HUST0NVILLE, upon. home, and is now lying In state. All shrapnel into tho bushes. The Span-lard- s retired finally with 10 killed or AT HUSTONVILLE. wounded, and scouts were sent ashore In the State of Kentucky, at the close ( butinett J. Wilkes Morgan, chairman, has the schools are closed in honor. supto notify Diaz to send men for his May 5, 1898. called a meeting of the district com. St. Pierre Martinique, May 10. plies. None of our force was injured. 1 at Lawrenceburg to IMC mlttee for Juno RESOURCES tho manner, time and place for Spanish Destroyer Terror leaves here LAND AND STOCK, 'J7,h'i7 (7 Loans and discounts 2,:ill) W Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. selecting a candidate for Congress in The whereabouts of the rest of .. 12,500 ) J. T. Binpaman sold to David Thomp- U.S. Honds to secure circulation the Sth district. If the committee will the warships unknown. 1,000 00 Banking House, furniture and fixtures. son a bunch of shoata at 3Jc. lay aside personal feelings and act for Irom National Hanks, not ReJames Owsley sold to J. C. Johnson, Dueserve Agents May 16. Volunteers Chattanooga, tho good only of the party the nominee 187 38 '.',74X 'M can be easily elected, though we have come In on every train. Ohio, Wis- of Boyle, a small lot of butcher cattle Due from State Bankfand Hankers 3,023 7,5 Due from approve! reserve agents at 'Mc. no large majority to boast of even with 20 U7 Cain & Rout, of Versailles, sold 5,000 Checks and other cash Items Jackson out. Let the members forget consin, Illinois and Indiana come in l,32i; CO of wheat to a Chattanooga firm Notes ot other National Hanks bushels the candidates for tho time being, con- order. Fractional paper currency, nickels and 21 IS sider only the party's welfare and the cants Washington, May 16. The Naval at 81.80 per bushel.Fayette county, says Gen. Gentry, of Lawful Money Reserve In Hank, vii best means of promoting it and this dis- Strategy board is confident that Span- he has sold tho crop of wool from his Specie 10,070 trict will never again be humiliated by Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer eeven of the minor ish lleet is hemmed in and expects bat- herd of jack rabbits. a mlsrcpresontativ ,Vi2 AO 5 per cent, of circulation. Tho Lexington Leader tells of a sale ity party. tle in a day or two. $13l,.ttC 10 of wheat by Mrs. R. P. Pepper, 7,500 Total. LIAUILITIES. The Senate will never pass tho bil.s St. Thomas, May 10. The govern- bushels at 81.021 on tho cars. Capital stock paid in $30,C' 2.1,010 00 adopted by the House 184 to 11, to elect ment has ordered that no coal be given The Paris News reports sales of 6,000 Surplus fund. sunutors by popular vote. Many of tho bushels of wheat by various farmers of Undivided profits, lets expenua and 2 711 Z taxes paid old fellows buy their election and it belligerent war ahlpa, except on orders ' Bourbon county at $1 to $1.20. 10,'iV) mi National Hank notes outstanding would be too expensive and too doubt- from him. The Oklahoma wheat crop Is head- Due toother National Hanks. 2.:i7:i II ful to have to deal direct with tho pco. ing out, and experts say that the Ter- Due to Mate Hanks and bankers Madrid, May 10. Senator Moret ritory will produce 30,000,000 bushels. Fund to pay Uxim susMkJsn pie. Such an amendment ia badly 4 t.HS J;l Individual deposit wjbject t check needed, but as long ua legislators can says a new cabinet will bo formed. to J. K. Baughmnn Is making a big sea$l.ll,5. HI be bought, the senators will see that secure a more vigorous war policy. son with Naboth. Two tine brood mares Total.W. Hocker, caililtr of the above named I. J. their olection is by them. were sent from Lancaster t him Satur- Rink, do solemnly swear that the ubovu statement Washington, May 10. Tho presi- day. is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ll(ii Kr.u, Culiicr. J. Gravo complications hare arisen be- dent has no dispatches won th Frank Tho Cherokee is n perfect Check Rowir; a cfect Hand Drop Planter und a Per Pat Dunne's Subscribed and sworn tn before me this Will, of importance. tween Englund and France and a memday ol .May, 'g. (iKii. V. Ilf.N.v, N. 1'. L. C, cct fc'elf Tirill Plantur Try one,, ber of tho latter government predicts Sons of Gens. PIckatt and Longstreet Fehr Stake at Louisville Saturday.wlth i:mv.wu Ai.unt.v, .1. H. C. and Galllvunt second and V Directors. T. J. Rom.NMi.N, that war between them will break out J I. HllllW.N, J in 38 days. want stuff appointments. third. Vl .- -v - after-ward- Battle ! Another BOMBARDING : FORTS scml-weckll- cs Bargain Ssekers Are Sura of A Feast al bo-lon- Skirts And Shirt Waists. glnj-ham- s court-martial- ed kadies' Sun?n?er Underwear, p-ire See Our $3,50 Suits, 1 lt. al .' J Ladies' Attention! I ( I 1L0OTIS VI IWL1E 8TOME. GOOD . A THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. Banking-hous- e, 1 II ll Ji II ML HO Ui Sfi-V- ) J. H. BAUCHMAN St CO. I I f Car Load Of Vehicles, 1 . SPECIAL BARGAIHS Court-Hoic, a. 8150,-000,0- B. K. WEAR EN A SON. -- 1 V well-bein- g. ELDREDGE SEW! ! it . to-da- MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. - Cherokee Corn Planter & Tornado Harrow (K A- PS4jjHsH3MnvJ xujxxxa' - v ") FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. i l'W."iii mil i "' "' "t- - n I n,r.,.,,i-t- . ,.,.,.,. 4 .,.,. jli,,.,,(tli Ml HJ---j--- -"- -- -- - -' ' ' "- - I'm t fjimn .1 iw i. it i , a rtfcA iA. p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Sample lpt of lap robes at wholesale prices. B. K. Wearen it Son. m - May 17, 1898 ternoon 3:40. at trains will leave from Just received a car load of flooring the Stanford depot, the ono In tho af- and celling. A. C. Sine. C. All the K. . New White Piques for skirts at Severance & Sons. K1KWS1 1 i Look Bo vs. With every boys' suit E. C. Walton, Business Manager. we give a base-balbat, belt and cap. Severance it Sons. It Is not price but quality that do- - At last a circus Is hovering In sight. .,tennlned the cheapness of an urtlclo. Wo fell thu best goods only and at Cooper & Co. will spread their tents reasonable prices. Penny's Drug here next Saturday. Store. NEW Wall Paper of the latest spring PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. styles. Prices made to suit thu purB. McRoberts. BoitN, to tho wife of James T. Jones, chaser. W. . tflrl. FltOZEUP Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Mits. Caul A. Moore went to Lou Freezers, Water Coolers and Rubber isville Friday. Boso at Warren it Shanks'. ALHKKT N'EWLANI) has Joined Capt. Chaiilev Mitchell, colored, Is Duncan's company. Miss Noua Phillips went to Hur- - agent for the Cincinnati Times-Stand says he sells 40 or 60 a day. rodsburg yesterday. . l, ar Cottage for rent. Kast Main A. B. Florence. Street. Home und farm mixed paints. Best in the market. W. B. McRoberts. THE Stanford and Lancaster colored base ball clubs will cross bats here this Closing Out at Cost TO QUIT BUSINESS. Having decided to go out of business, I now offer my entire stock of clean, new, fresh, well bought goods, at absolute cost. By buying from me you can afternoon. Will Shanks has decided to close out and give tho people such bargains as they never saw before. All the Lincoln county volunteers in Cupt. Duncan's company passed the examination, but John Cordlcr. Out of all nine failed. Maiiy Emiiiiy overturned a lamp in ers. In Macksville and II. SEVEK- most of her clothing and many other THE L. it N. announces a round-triANCE went up to Richmond Sunday. rate to Richmond, May 25 and 20, of articles were burned Sunday night. MISS Ubttie PAXTON went to l'lno- one fare, on uccount of the Blue Grass Tho nighbors put the lire out before vlllo Saturday to visit Mrs. Wm. Ay- the alarm was sounded. Tournament. Mil. AND MltS. ALIIEItT m m her mother's house p J. G. WKATIIEUKOUI), of Mill- See II. C. Baughmun, agent for Centdulu. is visiting his mother at Huston- - tral Fire and Kentucky Growers Insuvllle. rance Cos., and have your homo InsurMiss Pattie McDowell spent Sat ed before It burns. Now Is the time. urday and Sunday at her home in Mil. J. S. Hundley has snakos on Boyle. Mil. II. 0. J ONUS went up to Murcts. his farm. At least he had. Friday in burg Sunday to build a house for Mr repairing a bridge the workmen killed 17 largo water snakes and didn't get S. H. Martin. MltS. J. II. DdtllAM, of Franklin, them all at that. to visit Mrs. J. S. will arrive y Ballaiiu. Undertaker J. C. Owsley, Jr. furnished a casket Sunday for Mu. and Mits. V. K. Siiuuaus, of Mrs. Maria Ballard, mother of Mrs. McKlnnuy, were here this week. M. S. Bastln, who died at her home Central Record. that day, aged 0.1. unter-,tal- n MltS. J. S. OWSLEY, Jit., will tho Luncheon Club next Tliur.-da- y I have secured Mr. J. W. Werner, from 3 toi p. M. line workman, to of Philadelphia, Mit. Henuy Lammeuh was called to Mr. Reynolds' place in my barber take Dam or, Col., Saturday night, by the shop. Come and try him. Ed Wilkindeath of hU father. son. Mil. to-daMc-Clary Cap Biiown was arrested by Sheriff the S. M. Owens near Mllledgeville other day charged with assaulting a woman, also colored. He was placed In jail, but nobody appearing against him tho day set for his trial, he was discharged. t i YOU CAN SAVR 25 TO 50 " J i 1 Now is your time to get the choicest goods a absolute spot cash cost. fa V'i ... 11 Sue. James Hacker, who got a life sentence for complicity In the the recent killing of Henderson Barger in Harlan county, und who is while his in jail here for cast-- is In the court of appeals, will, through Hon. It. C. Warren bring suit for $10,000 damaees against tho L. it N. Railroad Co. He claims to have been Injured In the stomach and back safe-keepin- Will 1 1 g w. BOYS. SHANKS, I Watch this space next time. In tho collision at Rowland some two Squire J. H. Raines, Bad the assistance of Mr. Dink Farwith mer, arrested Robc-- t Bowling, Tlnk Baker and Eph Pennington, all from t io East End, at Neals Creek church Sunday night, for disturbing the worship with laughing, talking and bad behavior generally. They were tried at 4 P. M. yesterday, when Bowling and Baker were lined 820 each and Pennington acquitted. They couldn't nay and went back to J.iH. MATRIMONIAL Mlt. W. M. BlilUHT joined his wife and ions in Louisville Saturday and they all returned yostordAy. Miss Mattie Alcoun, one of Dr. Kd Alcorn's four boautiful daughters, was down from Hustonvlllo Friday. Mit. John J. McRoiierts will leave us a delegate to for Now Orleans tho Presbyterian General Ascombly. Miss Susie Laslky, who has buon agent at Rowland, will take a position In tho Ioulsvlllo olJIee, after a short rant. Mits. .1. S. Wells returned with her sisters, MUous Linda and Kictna Owe-lafrom Danville yesterday and will sKind a wuek at Walnut Flat. ' Miss Ktii ClaiueTkaylou sends us a neatly engraved invitation to thu commencement of Woodland Collogeat Indopondunco, Mo., MayiMth. Mits. Mattie MtC'LAUY and daughter, Kvelyn Dell and Miss Addle Levy, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. K T. to-da- y y, Supt. Singleton reports that of tho applicants for common school diplomas 1(1 p.ied, all of Prof. E. L. Grubbs'; all tho colored pupils from Danville and four out of six of Pi of. 18 Turdlf'sclu-B- . Mil. T. H. Wlth.HT has '.eased Green Briar Springs and moved tcrday. He will make resort more jiopular than s style ning It In ed rates. See ad. llrst-olas- thither tho and ye- - popular run- ever by at reduc- .. THE commencement exercises oj Stanford Female College, Dr. William Shelton tells us, will begin with the annual sermon to the graduating cla-Sunday, June full, by Rev. J. K. Smith, of the Presbyterlun church, Richmond. Tho concert will be given June 7th at Walton's Opera House und the final exercises at tho same place on the iltli. both at 7:110 P. M. The graduates are Misses Tevis Carpenter, Roberta Cosh and Junlo and Hottio Wcuren. Tho sermon will be preached at tho Chris. tian church. s, weeks ago. f.u.t.mi.j quality of SPBIKG K HEBE I And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, MATTERS. Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maakot at reasonable price, also a complete liiuvpf the best I erfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles We solicit your trade el The several days of fair, warm weather was succeeded by showers yesterday, which the signal scrvleo salil would be followed by clearing and cooler la-- night and fair today. t Pence Mil. D. It. Hamilton, wife and Ml-- s Mattie Ollutt, of Louisville, came up THE last remaining traces of the once Sunday to see Mr. Isaac Hamilton, who is doing reasonably well with his broken great Rowland departed yesterday and arm. that erstwhile place of Importance Is F. J. White, of the Lancaster now no more than an ordinary way staCait. father. tion. Master of Trains B. N. Roller Record, Is now a groat-granMrs. Charles Fox Wltner, of Garland, and the whole dispatcher's lay out left Texas, who was Miss Alice Fox Voting, for Livingston yesterday. has a boy. A dispatch from McKlnWATEIlS. CAIlltOLL PoitTMAN went to Lexingnuy says: Mrs. Ell7ubcth Waters, 02 ton to join Capt. Duncan's company but wan unablu to get in, tho number years of age, died suddenly Thursday being full, and he enlisted in the Cyn- - night. She was a daughter of William Juukson, who was a full brother of thlana company. Androw Jackson, and was G. Hail and J. K. Missus. It. surviving niece of the famous Claunuh, of Somerset, were hero Sun- the last day. Tho inttcr still has charge of the "Old Hickory." postotllcc, notwithstanding his term commencement exercises of the p. Till Lebanon Knights Templar will run a stHjclal from there May 17th, leaving there at 12:15 p. M., passing here at L.'tO P. M., Lancaster at ltooand reaching Maysvlllc at 0:.'10. From hero and Lancaster :i.."0 for tho round-tri- EVEHYHOlJY, who has ever been told about the killing of Capt. Bridgewatcr by the late Walter Saunders, was also Informed of tho fact that a man. whose name was not discovered, leaped out of tho window, when tho shooting began taking sash and all and broaklng for tall timber. After M years or more, tho mystery was solved Sunday by the arrival of F. M. Joplln, who represents Co., who told the tho Garr-Sco- tt agents hqrc, Messrs. B. K. Wearen & Son, that he was the man, and that this is his iirst visit since that memorable day. , John D. Hargis, of Somerset, and Miss Sarah Hlnes, of Science Hill, were married last week. R. B. Bell, youngest son of Hon. T. C. Bell, of Harrodsburg, will mary Miss Mary E. Gait, of Louisville, June 15. The Mt. Sterling Gazette notes the arrival of a son In the family of Wm. Simp-o- n CRAIG & HOCKER'S. mmmmz and ho will be called Dewey Sampson. A Louisville private married a wife and started to the war tho same day This is almost us bad as marrying by Yon-kers, Little Necessaries For your d expired In February. The Stanford Public School, (Prof. E. L. Mits. ItOHT. CliAPPELL, of Lebanon Grubbs) will be held at the Junction, Is visiting her parents, Mr. Friday night, from 8 to 0 P. M. Tho und Mrs. J. W. Adams, while her hus- following pupils will receive diplomas: band utteuds the Knights Templar Miss Georgia Alcorn, J tunic- Carpenter, meeting at Maysvlllc. Wearen Hughes, Miss Annie Mos&oy, Mit. Woods Oolesiiy, who has been Lelius Reynolds, Lawrence 'VanArs-dal- e attending medical college at Louisand Charles .V right. The saluta-torla- n ville, ank Miss Sue Oglesby, who was will be Wearen Hughes: tho on route to South Carolina, spent a valedictorian, Miss Annie Massoy. Tho couple of days with their aunt, Mrs. J. program will consist of declamations, C. Hays. essays and songs interspersed with muMit. L. D. Sampson, professor of sic by the local quartet. Mr. L. M. Journal jen in the Valparaiso, I rid., Lewis will present the diplomas to College, has an Interesting article on the graduates. Tho public Is cordially 'How Journalism Is Taught'' in the Invited to bo present. of current Issue of The Detroit. THE following Stanford people took THE Camp Collier correspondent, of advantage of tho cheap rate and special the Central Record, has this to say train to Lexington Sunday to see tho about an iNTEUloit Jouknal man: soldier boys: Mr. and Mrs. M. D. El" "Ono of tho most popular men In the more, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hall, Mr. aud ranks Is Rowan Sautley. Everybody Mrs. Wm. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Elmoro Estes, Miss Mollie Mershon, Hon. It. likes him." Miss Wellington Glascock was C. Warren, Messrs. J. E.Lynn, J. C. Over from Lancaster Saturday to sco Lynn, W. II. Wearen, W. B. Penny, G. Miss Nannie VanDevecr. She will not L. Penny, W. L. Wood, James Mil- glvo the proposed entertainment there burn, Richard Milburn, S. T. Harris, owing to the expense because 01 no James T. Jones, Clecro Reynolds, J. F. Opera House, but will do so at Harrods-bur- g Holdam, Bourne VanArsdalo, It. C. Engluman, Jr., James Engleman, Win. Instead. ' judue Vincent Bokeinu, of Lon- Hamilton, John Walker, John H. don, was on Saturday's train en route Meier, John H. Wonor, W. II. Brady, to Columblu, whore ho spoke yester- James Bcazley, Robert Moreland, J no. R. M. Stone, day. Ho says ho occasionally runs Engleman, Neoley John D. White, who endeavors Phelps, Napoleon Parsons, Ed Wilkinucross to disconcert him with questions while-h- son, H. C. Wray, W. S. Warren, Bled-so- o Is speaking, and ho usually silences Bailey. The train was well tilled him by replying that when a democrat when it left here. or republican asks him a question he There was very bad behavior on tho always gives tho best answer he can, train by tho Lebanon contingent, who but ho hasn't time to waste on mon picked a quarrel with Put Geor, of this without party allillatlon orllxed princi- place, and two got knoeked down for It. ples. Thu judge will bo the next Con- A man, who gave his name as Dr. Lawgressman from tho 11th. rence and his homo as Mt. Vernon, knoked a man named Leavel from tho T0CALHAPPEMIM6S. platform of tho rear ear at Richmond potato bugs, fe a and ho wai seriously Injured by strikBUG finish destroys ing his head on a rail. pound. W. B. McRoberts. court-housBook-Keopo- r, n telephone. The wife of Thomas Claran, of N. Y., gave birth to triplets and UEltlllNG. Mrs. Bright Herring, Sampson, sister of Mayor J. N. Menefee, died of the old man named them McKlnley. heart disease at her home near Iledge-vlll- o Dewey and Miss Margaret Settle, second daughFriday night, aged Xi. She had Evan E. Settle, is been In comparatively good health and ter of Congressman W. Cunningham, to marry Mr. James was in Danville shopping Tuesday. 21. Mrs. Herring was tho widow of Gran of Owenton June E. II. Johnson, of Todd county, and counville Duncan and lived In Wayne of Hopkinsville, were ty up to his death. Two sons by Mr. Miss Ida Fyke, In a buggy In front of the Duncan survive her as well as two chil- married parsonage at the latter dren by Mr. Herring; one of the latter Presbyterian place. being a girl of two months. She was a Thomas Walter, a Louisville dude, good woman und a devout member of with chloral when tho Christian church. After services tried to end his life him she loved antold at tho grave by Elder George Gowen his sweetheart saved him, unfortuSunday afternoon her remains were other. Doctors laid to rest In tho Lancaster Cemetery. nately. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, oi Mr. A. G. Eastland tells us that Mrs. Wallacoton, celebrated their golden Herring had a 82,000 policy on her life wedding lust week. The Register says in tho Mutual of New York. there were present seven children and Goon Show Coming. Stanford, 30 grand children. Lewis Stoneklng, of Morgdntown Saturday, May 21st, Is the day und date Co's. W. Va., a veteran of tho Union army, of tho appearanco of Cooper it wife. Four big ono ring, 15 and 25 cent show, has taken home his eighth ones died und divorce former traveling on their own special train of of theseparated him from the other laws cars. Tho ring performance consists of three. No 8 was a sprightly widow. many now and novel features. Prof. take Outman's wonderful troupe of educated When ) on can not ileep for coughing gives jiroinpt Cough Remedy. It alwa ponies, dogs and monkeys, the world's reiki. It most excellent for coltl, too, it It alil tho exictoratlon, relieves the lung anil prevents any greatest gymnasts, the great French troupe of acrobats, the tenlcncy towanrpneumonla. I'orSale by Craig A "Broadaldo" family, four In number, llotktf, Stanford, Ky. Frank Robinson, tho world's greatest Wo uru authorized to unnouncu lcapcr, and Sam Long, tho old time singing clown, aro the leading features. ConTwo performances will bo given here, Of MudlMin County, u candidate for gress in tho Eighth Congressional District Admission, chil- of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the afternoon and night. democratic party. dren 15c; adults 25c. Cham-berUln- SPRING&SUMMERWARDROBE We carry the newest goods in these, n New Chiffon Blouse Fronts for dresses, New Sashes, Ties and Ribbons for same, New Fans in Japs and Gause, v m New Jewel He ts, also Leather with Jewels, Shirt Waist Sets, Ladies Ties, Puffs and Strings, Collars and Cuffs, Kid Gloves, Kuchings, Veilings, Parasols for Ladies' and Children, Pompadour Combs and Side Conihs SEVERANCE Go St SONS. to Danville as soon as possible and see the Handsomest Lino of 's 1 "Ty-Bells- ," HEW WALL PAPER I In the Latest Colorings Reds, Moss, Green and New Blue ever shown In hls State. so the Finest Display of New Al- - hon. j as. b. Mccreary HON. G. G. GILBERT, Condem- Ever made South of the Ohio River. The trip will pay you to see and know how Cheaply you can Handsomely Decorate Your House. You will Und the latest styles for palntlne houses, and all Information freely given. PICTURE FRAME MOULDING Window Glass and Paint Hrushes and Art Material Window Shades, All Kinds of Paints, Uarnishes, at PllEACIIEIl M. Lumbert, who came from IN TllOUllLE. Rev. A. Virginia and rented Mr. S Vandorpool's property at Crab Orchard depot, with tho intention of using It for a Summer t, has made a bad start. Some letters were left by J. W. James at Mr. Vandorpool's to bo mailed and Mr. Lambert had curiosity enough to take and open them. Ono of the letters had a draft In It and tho others Inelosures also of value. Tho preacher is an intensely hot prohibitionist and thinking that any fight against whisky was fair, ho destroyed tho letters, as Mr. James is a distiller. He was arrested for tho offense and held in $130 for grand lar-re-soi Of Shelby County. U u candidate for gress In tho Eighth Congressional District of ocratic party. Kentucky, subject to tho action of tho A. EI. N. W. MAY. CI.EHK. GIBBONS, Danville, (C) No. 300 Main Streot Of Mercer, Is a HON. for Congress In tho Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the democratic party. B. THOMPSON, J. candidate for MASTIC MIXED PAINT Will cover more space ! Season of 1898. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS I wish to announce thatthls popular summer resort will bo open for tho accommodation of guests. l-- and WEAR In : LONGER. Wo Invite full Inspection. A Than any other upon this market. full stock of ihr nrn4pmited him. As. ,.. ' 'S i I , Iteduued rates during tho lirt mouth. the offense is also against tho U. S. Tor Information In regard to rate, etc., government, it may bo a long time address Bro. Lambert Is rid of u very foolwniaiiT, t. 11.Crab Orchard, Ky. ish business, to say the least. !T,.r.i-..i- IJ.1.IIUJ . TTnlni .. ea. Lead, Oil And Colors Also bo-for- o Stock. PENNY'S DRUm STORE. ;1 '. V j i. i l ";'" "V"j"mi'' 'lt,if.f i Jgjjifii :.n a : V ' m fr TJndortalcer, With Limitations Displeasing to the lUt, the ltattrsii and the reopla Who Kentucky Hustonville, - Hull Nwkcil Moo. ltelllod With Doth. 9 ii, "Spcnkin about (Voeflghta," said tbo We will H'U at puhllc sale "I told you so," add tho Putnam cund. 3Txl.tS.iwe th JhsijiIp of West Lincoln OOrrshlssvrTlcosto bull nocked citizcu, "I rouiouibor iu avenuo resident after tho hired girl had nd Ccy counties. Full stock of Colfliitand ATLand Acres hsnd. 18G3, jnst boforo tho bottlo of" bunt In upou them to anuouuoo that Adjoining our home, situated on the Stanford A 93 I. 8. CariH'iitrr. Mamgcr. 32 PKKYKAH IN jVDVANCK "Wo honrd that before," said the there was it mt in tho trap. "You Ottenheltii pile and South of the Cralt Orchard aud School-louv, in Lincoln count). who was hard to pleaso. P'o woro fooling nroutid hero trying to Sugar (irutewell watered, is on It SELL W Wlreu not wpalilasa.CO will It charged. you owned tbo best bulldog in ull"How catoh sower rnts with these uowfaugled This landall the time, handytire or six springs vho.il BOUND Gyp running to churches and Iro boat overythiug i trap. Ouo of thoso big fellows gooa houv. guod tit'lghliorhoiMl aud in km1 Mate of cul6um county, hrw All those Malln Cullivnlors, one hidebound tltut Killivd fortli from tho into such a trop, eats what there is to tivation Will alo sell All those ltoll bearing Deering mowers. Yoko (hen. 1 Dry Cow, 2 Qcci Durban Cows country sides, how ho ilnnlly swallow- ; eat. lays down on his back and kicks All those Hall bearing Peering binders, wagon, gixvl a new, ed tho ring of his own voice and choked his way out in less timo than ono of us And Calws Irlll. :t Turning I'lowv All those nice working. Peering liny Wheat Hill M.lo Wood cibd. to death, and how tho taxidermist has could opeu n door.' Good tiling you had How, 4 Cultivator I Walter AHinder Mi.wer, Shnrel Plows. rnkes, lmre ltoaer and All those ucnl looking buggies, rigged him up for exhibition in tho some ouo that knows n rattrap when Hereford Hull, 2 extra tine horses, and many All those solld Oak suits Furniture, tTUDKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Smithsonian institution. Now, I saw a ho it. Como on now, and we'll got other articks too tedious to mention Terms nude known on da of aleand sale to All those cross rowing corn tihuiiurs. vcrun suvo you rrom f.1 to es.i on mif dogfight, mo boy, of much moro recent rid of this follow." ' A gin at II A.M. TriftilrnToStaiilbril at 7 10 a. in., roturnlug (t. A1IUA1IAM. All of those at P. I. CAUI'KNTEU'S. thing In tho vehicle line. 20 Crai Orchard, Ky. occurrence in fact, it was this mornIt was n lively procossion that hurat 4: 25 p, in. lltistouville, Ky. ing, and I give you my word of houor ried to tho barn. QUIT PAYING BIG PRO FITS knoxvilledTvision. as a gentleman and veteran of tho Q. j "Hero, don't open that yot,"astho 12 37 p m A. It. that I never saw a moro peculiar girl held tho trap aud tho pot and come to us. let us sell you a vehicle No. 24 Tmiu going North poodlo 3 13 a in " " No. 26 " cheaper than you can buy It In Central Ky. and toro around as though it 12 1U a m dogfight in all my life." " 2.S " South No. W. J HOMANS CAmtl.UlR CO 127pm "Oho of tho dogs was neat, oh?" 6aid had n fit. "Pnt this bag over it. Wo'ro No. 23 1" It" For allli'olnts. the bull nocked citizen, with just a not hero to nmuso tho rat Hold still Lancaster, K. tiugo of sarcasm in his tone Lihalkk In. now till I got this twino striug around KO'IGH TICKETS SOLD. IIAOOAHF. CHKCKKH THUOUOIl. io, ram mo hoir appointed nar- i his tail. That's it. Now don't get exHv ordi'r of the KWcul Court, (llroctlnp For any Information enquire ol rator, smiling condescendingly, "each cited. Give mo tho grass hook. Stand the Tiiriiiilkvsi of tlu county to lw lut nut In of theso dogs was n caniuo and each of over there, Jnko." to tho coachman. section from 2 to 3 mile to the lowest mid HI! JOK S. KICK, Agent, SALE. btanlonl, Ky. tlieso canines was n dog. Tho peculiar "You better go into tho house, grand- - In'tt bltlilvr. .iiled bld will Iw received liv County thing about it was that ouo of theso ca- - ma," but gnuidma declared that she tho I'Nctil Court of Lincoln turnplkV for A lot In Mori nnil the the FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. nines or dogs was a littlo Jupaueso toy had killed rnts boforo ho wus born, and metaling-County,rciialrlnp to Include ditchi-of mainhouse aud 110 by HO. twolaud Station, up-building which Is Lincoln stories high, spauiel who, if ho weighed much, tip- sho bitched up her sleeves as she swung ng- unil kcopliijr suiue open, renitrln anil VIA OEOKUhTOWN. story lilted up'for dwelling, suitable for A. M ped tho scales at 16 ounces, whilo tho a mopstick with both hands. r. m. keeping 0.'ii tho ctllverti. tepiilrlne; mid fttnnll family and u side building 11 by Co, . M. A. M. ware room mid SS 200 Lre. Somerset, Arl265 other caniuo or dog was n hugo St. Ber"Lot 'er go," shouted tho boss. Then malntnlnlng tliti lirldes thereon, ull hliU to corn cribs,for a general s'toie, wilt shed, 'well " 1131 820 " Jet. City, S15 Ik) tiled on or before arninged have been sellGS0 nard, big as a burrol of brandy and thoxo was eomethiug like a football Lt 9 83 05 Arr Georgetown, 1.50 ing from $l3,(Hi6 to jSO.lMH) worth of goods ' C30 300 weighing " Frankfort, ;20 1155 fully 1C0 pounds." rush. Ouo swoop of tho gruss hook cut muiuiilly, Is otrered fur sate. STANFORD, KY. o 6 30 "Quick fight, of course?" ventured tho twino striug and removed tho dog's 8 40 Arr INiris 5.10 Dally except Sunday bull neck. "St Bernard had a cinch?" tail so completely that there was noth- mid the contract to expire Jan. Nt, lOv C. lUIEUCAW.a.F A. "Oh, no," said tho other. "On th ing loft to wag. Tho girl went back- All metal lmll !o the best obtainable and Also u good stock of goods at prime cost. the road, broken coutrary, they fought for just 1 hour, ward into n water bucket, grandma's available tothrough a three Inch Mittlclentl CRESCENT. QUEEN & Until the house and goods are sold In a fine to paps rlni; nt Itx 23 minutes and 0 seconds. Thcro woi mopstick caught tiio boss on tho back greatest diameter. Where n coutlnuoun bulk. I will sell goods for cash at about cost Trains pass Junction City as followsTho Is' rented of 12 02 pin No. 2 North tllpm tho big dog growling and snapping, hii of tho head as ho went down, tho cat trtch of rock Is required, shall be not le, July house will gtNids sold after the 1.1th io No. South and tho nt auction. 3 41 a m head erect, his tail behind his back, flow into tho haymow, Jako made ouo than four Inches deep In the center and gardk-ssoNo.3 " .... II ft am " 4 " f price " " 131pm and facing him was tho weo littlo dog kick that sprained a ligament and tho spread out four feet (! ravel to Iw good uud . ..tllam No. 5 " II II. KINO. reasonably free from sand aud dirt aud five 8 (ftp in 600am warrior, No. 3 " "10 " snapping and howling and rat skurricd under tho barn. Moreland Station. K Inches In the center and a spread from four No. do's not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen. uover ouco betraying tho slightest trace "Just what I expected," as they to live feet, as the condition of the road reKent from South uf Somerset 0 and 1( run no further than. miction City and anil f. only to of fear, nover retreating a stop, uevor bathed his head , with cold water. quires, Hotli clas.es of metal to In; furnishby contractor. Tho object " You'ro o fino lot of yahoos. Sot that ed to'liuve the ro,ids kept In of the court ouco flinching" Is i "Hold on," interposed tho bull neck- trap again aud leavo tho next catch to The road bed to U ed ono. "Either you aro Iviuu or elm me. Understand?" Detroit Freo Press. rounded so as to prevent uutcr from stand-In- e TINNING & PLUMBING, Royal makes the food pure, or ruimliir thereon, and In no Instance telling mo an untruth. Do you mean to j wholesome and delicious. v KY., to bo allowed tocut through the metal. : Vnrstu IteapcctMblllty. 6ay that it took 1 hour, 23 'minutes aud The work received or rejected tiy the Is now lirenarctl to do nil kinds of Plumblm: ' 0 seconds for. a St Bornard.woighing County Judge and Magistrate In whose disOh, it's perfectly nnd Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's Co., section Is trict 27 times us much as a spaniel, to put all ready to die of morti-- i shall the laid olf lu located. All of wild pikes llluck Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. Ik cctlous of from toto 20, residence Shop on Mill St oppslte J flcatiou. Just.thiuk, my own 6ister, the five tulltS) each: each to le numbered consain spaniel out ol existence?" KOUNBICD 1H06. "Why, I didn't say that," said tho wifo of n moro nobody never belonged secutively from the cud of came nearest U. llnughman & Co.' Mill narrator. "But, bolievo it or not, that to our set at all. Sho oloped with him Stanford,' mid each bidder can bid separatespaniel wns not harmed a hair during last night, leaving a noto saying that ly for as many of ald sections as lie sees , 7VY. section The designate all that long battlo. Perhaps I ought to boforo morning 6ho would bo tho wifo proper, but mustbv sections. thoAll bids must Wlddltig shall 1h ssrANIOUt). KY. 6 Ihj tiled before 3 o'clock i: m.. May M. Jsiis. havo told you in the first placo that of ouo sho loved better than lifu itsolf. there was a pickot fenco between the ' Friend Mercy I I hopo it wasn't The Court reserves tho right to reject anv HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & two dogs. You seo" that ugly old follow I 6aw coming in and ull bids. The contractor shall glveUuid SURGEON, to the Commonwealth for the lenetlt of the But tho bull necked man had gone. uoro yesterday. County, approved securly to bo npproved Up to Date. - "No. Her lover was young aud by the Fiscal Court and attested bv the handsome. That homely old baldheaded, County Judge In at least double the amount Olllco over lllgglus A: MclClunev 's Store High UzUU. toothless wreck you saw is tho Count of the value of the work to be done and conditioned for tho faithful performance of the This is such a busy world that it la Groggie," work Iu maintaining the section or sections harder work to keep from working than "That creature a count?" contracted for during the required time Absolutely Pure it is to work. Stanfokd, Kv., "Yes, a real count Ho has not only The bidder to send with his bid tho name or Tho highway to success is an up hill a title, but ,ho is rich, and 'as soon us I nameM of his liondsmetu Louisvlllo, Ky., The the road and not a park driveway, with can coun,uer my aversion to tbo old fool County roads owned and contracted by are for which bids will ls received liiN benches on both sides. I'm going to marry him." Now York us follows: DOTAL PODCR CO., NEW YORK. Tho "Don't Worry" clubs will b Weekly. .staufotd. Dlx IMver. Garrard County AMERICANS EUROPEAN GoodH. road company ii nd White Oak Turuplku filled up principally by people who nev.1 LANS. contnlnlng M miles, Moreland and Appro Tal. er worried anyhow. A. S. station t miles. Klugsrllle "What are ye readin about?" askod Pleasant Point 2i miles, Stanford and mid The Ladies HcstMurnnt i) the Ihiesi iu Goods Warranted. LoSome people know so much about mufor Indies Surgeon Fit Guaranteed. Parmer Corutossel. gans Creek from Its Intersection nt tho tho city. Every convenience sic that they think they havo to hate the city. just got to tho chapter, " re- Stanford and Crab Orchard pike excluding spending the day in on olllce Iloor. Dentist, "I've hand organ aud monkey. Give Him a Call. H Gentlctitn's Cafe In tho town of Kowland If any. tho Moral courage is tbo ability to tell a plied his wife, "where two young men to tho limitstHirtlon City of Stanford, of the John U. Castlkman. A.O I.AXIUH. to go out an THOMAS A. MULLICAN. woman in her new gown that sho has a of bygono days and Cnrpntcrs Creek I miles Bottle fur good an all which was tho In Uustouvllle, llustouvllle flake of soot on her nose. Mannger. OtUceover MclloberU' Drug Store In theKOwiley and ltradfordsvllle'JS miles excluding porIlulhllng. Every experieuood beiug can look back host fencer. " Music - Tuosduv, TliursiUr amlJSundnr tion of llustouvllle. Manford and Lancas"Well, that shows somo sense. Ef tho regretfully to some period wheu bo wa Kvoning. the portion In the young men nowadays get up contests ter S miles, excluding a trifle too clever for his own good. "W. City of Stanford. Lancaster and Crab Orliko thorn we'd not only havo less loaf-i- chard, excluding the portion In the town of Chicago Record. llCfev but better fences." Washington Crab Orchard, 5', miles. I)an llle and Crab Orchard, excluding the jMirttou within the Star. Her Card or Gratitude. corporate limits of Stanford. Kowland and Our recently bereaved friend, Airs. OK LIVERPOOL. Crab Orchard, 1H miles, Hoylo aud Linflirt, and Hoy. noun: tmWtVWa''iwr Sawrey, wisbea us to supply on omiscoln 2 X miles, Turnersvllle. McKlnuey StaOld Friend I s'poso girls nro o good tion ane Cotrovs Mill 0 miles, llnnglng Fork sion in her card of thanks, which ap.The lint lJuctoaud Kroiu mJDEJGJw deal more expensive to rear than boys, uud Onen KlverS miles, Danville, Dlx IMvpeared iu tho last issue of this paper, in er and Lancaster :i miles. Stanford aud B3RBEE & ain't thoy? : : which sho expressed her gratitudo to mid Otten-hi'lOld Family Man Waal, they is for Knob Lick i miles. StanfordHalls Gap sj TOLEDO AND Office on Lancasterstreet at Residence. the dear friends who so kindly usbistosi 7H mllos. Stanford nnd MANAdKllS, All Points In Mlchlgsn. mid PreaohersvHIo 3 miles. in tho death of her husband and neglect- awhile, but mos' generally as soon as u miles. Stanford Mllledgevllle 7 Hush miles. ed to include the doctor. Sho now re- girl marries tho oxponso is through with, Stanford 3 mid Commerce Building, Louisville. CHICAGO. miles, Crub Orchard mid Chap Hranch quests us to explain that tho omission but just uh quick au u hou gits married tndls Gap i miles, excluding isirtlon Ifi Crab Whit City ScU!.H Agfnls Throughout ILc oulh. anesburg 7S t of tho physiciau's uamo was entirely an ho wants to horror all you'vogot. New Orchard. Highland and Tf rmlusl Mstluii. York Weekly. McCormacks Church miles. Turnersvllle. oversight, for Dr. Cofllu was untiring LOUIS. 1 and Knob Lick 5, miles. Ilustouvlllu and in his efforts and is deserving of a largo ArolJlng the Tunnel McKluuev stiitlon 2. miles. Tlie Dear Tilings. II. UF.I.M. measure of her gratitude. Now York 'ck .Kfnt,- Tho Jealous One You uud that J. P. IIAILKV, BOSTON. Journal. (i. II. COOPKK, young man kept out of sight a good Kentucky. Stanford, Wngne r MeeplnglCari. Committee. deal at tho party labt night. IIU aimlne. 1 YORK, Tho Attractive Ouo Yes. Will says Visitor Well, Tommy, 1 hear that ho detests crowds. you have brand my; twin sisters. llutlt-- Parlor Ours, Wtrr Slwiitni Cars, Prltst Co -aud Din 0)niKkrtnieiit Uars, mmsuii umsii Tommy (saai?5 Yessum. That's vyeii, no ougnc to. 1 suppose ouo lug Cars. who is bohiud n bargain counter ull day what it is. OP STANFOUK, KY. lie sure your tickets read via "UH FOUK" Visitor (surprige'd) What does your does tiro of crowds." Youkers StatesWAKIUUJJ. LYNCH Paid up Capital, E.O. McCOUMICK, father suy ubout tho dear little angels? man. $200,000 00 Traltio Mr., Ass. ()ti. Pass. A Tkt Tommy Ho don't call em angels, Sarplus, 17,603 30' Actually. CINCINNATI OHIO. and ho don't tay uothiu. Ho justgo.es Wife But you told mo to got tho round knockin over chairs and kick'ia Ily proTlsiuiis of iu i turler, dt4ltun arc a fully I'folwHsl a. arr In Nutlunal Hanks tho dog and tlirowiu things at the.cat gowu, deur. . And Dealer iu Iwiiitf u. illO.liiallr llal.iv to Husband You said it would cost Oh, he's awful glad, I don't think. hi i iii aiimuHioi tliftiln at only about $25, and hero is a bill for thenar ralue tlin.r. iuwldlthm to tlieauiuunt HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. Vanity Fair. ItiuajTsctus cxiTiifor, ad $100. iuluistral.tr, trustee. .It .Mlully TIIF an Individual STANFORD, KY. "Won, that is all it did co.it tho reiiiieriiiK our t hauls lu tin mlio Itateeutiust A Diplomatic Juer'. sl tliflr luiliiM tttiis, wr liu.t ih.y ii rontiniK dressmaker." Detroit Freo Press. "IMl'Ct "Are wo very much interested in tbii titditsu, and rttlr as a guarantee flir liruiuiit at Lt tentlon exwrt-iuIn l.ank. nintter?" inquired the European mou-aiJ, Heed, G. P A., L'hli'K-Arrtilik Suuie Old Jealousy. Ineaud aslllHtralacfsHiiuHKUtlous as are (tnslsttnt MUud Itaukltiir. Ky. P xilli K. 11. Uncoil. D. i Louisville. Euthusiastio Chicago Man In a few IF.NETATF.S 'Somewhat, " replied tho minister. IHCTORS. bo ablo J. J. Williams, Mt. Vrmuii; "That doesn't answer my question weeks wo'll exactly astoit fchow you tho moon, just W. II Cuuiuiltw, PiraelirlsTlUr; looks, ut tho EIGHT GREAT STATES with sufllcieut accuracy. What I wish J. S Owsley, Sr., j. ii. iiwsipr. to uuuw is whether wo aro sufficiently Field museum milium i.mtvli, S. II. Sliaiils, Kontuckv, Tonnesiee, Vlrplnlu, Ceorfjlii, Envious Now Yorker Aro you going 8. J. Ilmliry, J. P. Casl l to warrant our ottering any to T?n Kortli and South t'lirollnii, K. I.ymi, J. A. W. annex tho moon too; Chicago Trib-au( Alulmmii, Mlslvslii. J. N. Mi ncttx. C ;; 'disinterested remarks.' " Washington M nrricxkt, Si.ir. -vi ti. H.Shnnks. Prrslilcnt .WrtH'Vifil What's In a Name. J. II. Uwrl-- y Casldirj Heartless Wretch. W, M. Ilrlihl file, Askiu Why is it you hear 60 much "Oh, dear," sighed the young mothmoro about Ileurik Ibseu than you do er, I do wish I know what to give ' llctweeu Louisville iitii'ithe South. about Bjorustjeruo Bjonibou? y to keep him quiet." NATIONAL BANK Tollum Very few peopio dare to "Why don't you try arsenic?" growl-- i d uer bachelor brother, who was trying tackle tho pronunciation of Bjoni6au' OF STANFOIU), KY. DAILY tj iead tho oveuiug paper. New iork uamo. Aiuslio's Mag'uziuo. F.uch way between LouUvllIenad Lexington Capital Stock $100,000. 7crhl, Surplus, $15,750 "JL' ;, t,rTB & Li llunjf Chang. w. a. Timic, a. p. a., A (tent Ull of the pulillo Is called to tho f.ict Iu No Kuril. Au American protest. Washington. I). C. this Ike ifiiratlouallUnk In Stanford. that Aro they going to hong V. II. TAT 1.0 H. A. O. P. A. "Harry, are you going to war?" der the pronslons nt the National Hank Va. Act Li Hung Chang? Louisville, Ky. depositors are Mtuirud not ' "Yes, but I'm not" going until I'm Aro they going to cut off his head hut l.y the sikhoMer.' liability ?0? r3i:dy." KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE ennaltn the stock so that debitors of this limit J. And oh, turn palo t on are secured hy a fund HU littlo pigtail? offxo.tiw. Pise "What do you call ready?" tateinentau the ; condition ol the Hank are sworn PICTURE Oh, that's what tho cable saidl made "V,ell, I'm going to learn Spanish each year to the United States Uurvriiiiicnt aud Iu Dealora In assets are examineil at stated times hy goTeruwent Or tho Miilno and look pleasnnt, Uncle Sum beloro I go." Detroit Free Press. Will tho sword agents, thus securing additional and rVriect ?h Jh utiya to Spnln, while he takes a snap shot. On LI Hung Chang, , et Keen your eve on the harpd" wo urn oirer-In- g Who mudo us the friendly call This Institution originally estal.llslied Of Course. aa the Da. In light Summer Furniture for tho city And asked us how "Jowser talked a wholo hour about homo or count rv cottage, In enameled uud Order Olllco and Feed n.chango!near Was our liver now ... ....., ..u d ui oiuiitorii in iaii.1 uriiim,in decorated Ixidroutn suites, odd bureaus, And tho women their ages all? Crossing, Depot St., btanford, Kv. rco,rfa.Jll,a what his wifo would do to him if ho V,e K,?t Ntlonal Ilauk of Stanford bad practically an uninterrupted exist- hnitv) beds, aud dainty designs In odd chulr.s Coal Yard, Mill St., lately J. It. lllggliu' lott her umbrella." Kill Kong and Swang reed uud rattan rocker and divans and Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. itencr unnlletl ? J'sirs. ii '"v.r.'"' for transactingis Iin.ln.....,1 lacllltles i"w. if"Wollr" And the winsome Wang thoy cannot help pleasing you. erallythaiiMerbeforelii It, lone and hoi.n,i ,il And thu fellow who hua Ono Lung, "Then ho walked away and forgot Dut, for jois' saku, it." Chicago Record. Don't you dure to make Ys THE INTERIOR JOURNAL THE DOGS FOUGHTf HOW NOTTO"DO If. PUBLIC SALE On Thursday, June ! J. T. SUTTOWT, . '98, -- I 200 Bluo'Crass , peo-listcn- er TO yyyy 1 1 Ken-tmJt- time 1 1 1 1 1 BUGGIES, SURREYS Phnotons,Rond Wagons. m m ! I I To TurnpiKe ki-yie- d contractors. AC.SNE. Ii U Mi B Store Room & Goods FOR ( H9 - SASH AND DOOR'S, Monday, May 30, '98, PRICE, 31,200. FIRE INSURANCE - 1 1 I .1 Sim-crw- t. ( flrM-cla- ss J. T. Jones, Insurance Company OF HROOKLYN. STANFORD. Caledonian Insurance iUI'tmro of Scotland. Pf & POWDER BAK1NO Ul-- tf DR. R. PH6LPS, R. B. M AHON Y, Agt Kentucky. Stanford, H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Fall And LOUISVILLE HOTEL Is Receiving Winter PRICE, Car-tiente- rs Stanford, Ky. DH. W llus-tonvll- le 1 IOYAlj B. FSITIT'T. n, in BIG 4 Ik-s- insurance company CaSTLEML dentist, Stanford. Ky. m DETROIT JX.JtfcGiyVY HsiPs! ST. W. TBIBBLX, Ii5 NEW TAKE THE l Farmers Bank&Trust UNDERTAKEN! MONON,' . The Popular Route to CHICAGO. S A ' SDUttiem Railway r lls.lurt-hol.lfr- n. loniouri)'r' . t I i. m o. 9 M A S d I tfm the-U.- m. sr ft At. mu Carj-eutrr- , Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS FIRST rti':VM SfcJ THREE - I x a o P NOEL66SON, Hall-roa1 ,21 fall-bu- ngl Coal, Corn And Hay, " IIU Caution. Wcoley Suithers says ho makes no Trie annual cactmptneut of U. A. ii will be held in Bowling Green, May 25 acquaintances among medical students. Kottou Why not? and 20. The railroads offer one faro, Wooley He says he's afraid they'll cho hotels reduced rates, and some 1,500 people aro expected. en him dead. Roxbury Gazotte. A funcrul of old LI Uungl There's wild Wnh Leo-H- e's a cheap wosheo And frollcbomo nop Lee young And blithe Sam Bop. Let their heads all drop, But spare us our friend LI Hungl Atlanta ConstltuUrtL W. W. WITHERS, Stanfoid, - - Kontuckv. Mrx, Adella Woods In Mason Hotel MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. sWiData,'uM'tai tllKICTORS. i J- Co-- charge Oat fit a Lancaster, : first-clas- Branch Store and Undertaking HuMnnville, Ky. Newly furnished; clean beds; splondsd table. Everything Porters J. meet nil trains. 89 s. Kentucky, iii SeW!.y."C0l? S. T. Harris. J, S. I locker, W. P. Walton T.P. W. 8. H. .W. J.U.Colllsr.Crah Orch'd S. Hocker, 11111, A. Trlhl-le- Ilauhtu.n ' . Ilayden. Stanford " - v A A.:a. McKinney, AMlitautCuhler. orricias. President; J. J. McKoberts ChU Vmmimitmtm -- w.