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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898052001 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-WEEKLVOL. XXV11. A Y CAMP COLLI Pit. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1893. i NO. 22 PIIEACUEK IN IIONDS. poo-pl- o BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, HOBBLE. Lmxinuto.v, May IS. You havo no CltAH OitcilAKl), May 18. Our hud ihu novol cxporlonoe of lUtun-lii- fj Idea how glad I am to get a copy of the to a bunuon from a Lstkiuou Jolmi.vai. after u long and minister of the nopel, who was under tiresome drill. Since my last letter arrest and lu the eustody of tho mar- Walter Gann, another beardless youth shal of Crab Orchard. Itev. A. M. of Casey, came up and though my asLambert, who has lately located in our sistance enlisted in Company P. I want town, liuifuti 11 tneetlnjr here lho Sth of to correct an error In my hist letter. I May and from tho first sermon he bogan said Cnpt.'Charles II. Price was a capto speak in plain torm( against the tain in the lato war. In this I was miswhisky trullle hero and to try to awak- taken. Our llrst lieutenant is Jack Col-pawho Is well versed In military tacen tho people to a reuse of tholr duty boys, tics. Mack Price, eon of the captain, In behalf of thoyountf men and who are dally coining I" contact with Is second lloutonant. W. C. Bryant, of Mlddleburg, failed In examination. tho evil effects of whisky. HOtil-stirrtn- i: n, t , , Broad has made Its secotid rise of a cent a loaf at New York. A Paducah firm received an order from tho government to make 1,000 sets of harness. Alonzo Hedge-- , of Middletown, N. Y., read war news until ho lost his mind and ho then hung himself. Chester Massio killed Sam Stephens hocaitsc he walked with his sweetheart from church, and then made his escape. The Georgetown Street Hallway was sold publicly by ordor of tho coutt and was bought by J. D. Grover for 2S-(10- 0. congregation, with the remark: "I have this evening received three messages from hell, and while it oots our government many dollars to get it mall carried, the devil got Ills free of charge nnd his messenger boards him-self." On MtiyUth, Hev. Lambert received package of whisky papers, which were sent by Mr. J. W. James tt par tk in nnclnnati and witliont proper addresses on the envelopes. As the messenger told Mr. L. they wore for him, he opened thorn, looked through each package for a personal letter to himself, and Jlndlng none, ho at once etimo to the conclusion that it wus an Insult thrust at him because he had taken so prominent a stand against the sale of whisky, lie mado no elTort to conceal tho matter, brought tho letters to tho church, held them up before the u Mr. James aworo nut u warrant for his arrest and when the marshal went to servo It, he found Itev. Lambert engaged in prayer for his evenlug services. Mr. Lambert persuaded the mar-bhto wait until after services wore over, and In his custody came to the church to llnd his congregation In prayer for his delivery just as Paul found his friends when ho was 'released from prlion. Acts 111 A largo crowd of ladies attended the trial, and are very grateful to Mr. I. M. Meltoborts for tho able way In which ho disposed of tho ease. Much sympathy wa felt for Hon. P. P. Hob-bland only tho-- o who heard the handsome widow refuse to sit by him wore able to explain In the court-roowas such a miserable why his effort failure. Hut Mr. Hobbltt says there are just as good Pish in the sea as have ever been Slaughtered so we feel sure he Is not utterly cast down, but is even now studying the lull's Almanac for tho newest Latin terms, jokes, etc., to hurl at Mr. Meltobert- - when tho Hmil trial shall tke place In Stanford. Mr. Dobbin's face was quite a study, when a lady remarkod to him that such an ar-rwould never havo taken place anywhere on earth except In Crab Orchard or Hattlo I tow In Lancaster. Itev. Lambert comeu to us with tho highest recommendations from West Virginia and Is calculated to upbuild our community. He thanks the christian people of this place for so nobly standing by him, an utter strnnger, feeling that God will ruward them, and "Hlght will al tt m ot prevail." TOO A HSU A FltlKNU. III) POIt DENIAL, IS TIIK CltAltOi: THAT III. IS OCU.TY CKANI) or munity us I have tholr displeasure heaped upon mo by giving my voice against their business, and thank God I don't havo It to do. But let me give justice, even some of these people have treated mu with perfect respect. I leavo It to the good people to explain this matter. Inquire of them. A. M. LAMIIKKT. for a denial. I havo never been y thrust to In tho habit of that has ever been mado at tne, either by mouth or through a nowspapor. I stand on the platform just above It. I would, however, give an explanation in regard to this matter, did I not intend to become a permanent citizen of your State; but as this la the case I decline to even give an explanation, fooling that my future career among the people will prove to thoin whothur or not I am worthy of the respect of an honorable oltUon. I am willing to risk myself in the hands of tho good people of this community, who understand this matter, so I only refer you to them for explanation. I would not, however, be willing to put my reputation in the hands of tho liquor men of this com- CltAH OllcilAliu, May IS. I see an urtlclo In your Issue of tho 17th chargd ing mo with a crime which Is too nb-bur- When You Havojn, Bad Cold oMulmil nitsllrlne that can auJ that ! CliamterUliiN Omgli I'.oiuiMy. You want n remit! y that "111 not only iu iilck relief hut dtocl a icrii)aneiit euro You want u lenntly tli.it will rnltaie the lung' You want IlieU-t- t 1 rcnioly tliat will counteract nny tendency tuwanl I'lieuiiKiBl. You want a renieily that la plciuutaiul kale to lake. Cliaiiilivrlain' Cons" Kemitly H the only molt cine In nio tliat meeti nil of Uieo toiulreuienU. Till renicdy ' famous for Its cures of bail cuMi UirouKlumt Uie IJnltttl States ami In many foreign counliteH. It ha nuny rivals, but, for thosncvsly u and permanent euro ot tail roU., etan.ls without eierywliore'ad-mlre.1 peer ami Hi spKtnll.l uualttlcs aro V Hucker ami pral.nl. I r mIc I y ra Stanfoid, Ky. n(l kit Yuit wanlit ey. Our company was mustered in yesterC. P. Muth, tho rich Cincinnati bakday afternoon. Our orders are to move er, killed himself on his farm in Indi- forms. George Wood has gone to Chattanor-g- a to Chickamauga d as soon as tho ana in a lit of dosH)iidency over ill to buy sheep. Muck Bruce 1 as Is through mustering, but J. H. health. bought the wool In this community at Sajers, a Po-- reporter, tells mo I will Prank Kelley, a St. Louis gambler, 20c. G. A. Swiuebroad sold his whnt bo safe In stating that wo will not leave drank carbolic acid and endud his life last week at 51.22. Ed .Vhlte sold his ' before the llrst of next weak. when ho lost nil of his money in a homo at $.'1.7o. G. A.SwInebroad thinks The Lexington Hlblu Society made gume. cattle too high to speculate in, and is each member of the second regiment n A Negro va caught at Pulton peep-lu- buying some yearling mules. Mrs. present of a nice, new Testament nnd at some ladies in an out houso, and Eliza Harris and Dave Spoonamoresold if there will only be less card playing was taken out und given 120 lashes on some corn at their cribs for $2 last and more Scripture reading all will bo the bare back. week. D. N. Prewltt bojght some well. Wednesday, Gov. Hrad-leOwcnsboro has passed the curfew law hogs in this community at .'He. prosents the second joglment with and hereafter all boys under 10 years J. J. Walker has begun work on his Its color Monday night I saw three old must keep off tho streets after 0 new barn. Al. Luce went to Nicholas-vlll- e battalions fron. Michigan and one from o'clock at night. a few days ago on business. Mrs. Pennsylvania and last night I saw two Hd II. Bacon, the popular district J. A. Hammonds has been sick for the moro from Pennsylvania. I have a sore passenger agent of the Motion, was 10 arm now, the result of so much hand- elected president of the Louisville past days, but is somewhat Improved at this writing. Mrs. T. C. Rankin shaking with our Northern brethren. Commercial Club. and children have gone to Pulaski When the Northern boys would step Itobert Lacy shot himself through county for a few days. Miss Sallie off tho train you could hear such re- tho head while being pursued at Smith's father, who has been in the marks us "the South welcomes you," Tenn., by a policeman. Ho West for a number of years, unheard "all sectional lines are buried," and was wanted for theft. of till recently, came In a few days ago what a grand thing It Is that for one Capt. M. G. Bauor, secret service and. in all probability, make his future time more sectional lines are wiped agent for Kentucky, dropped dead at home with his children. Mrs. S. M. out, the Ulue and the Gray go hand in Fourth and Chesnut street, Louisville, Spoonnmore has been on the sick list hand to meet tho common foe. of hemorrhage of the lungs. for a few davs. I had a pleasant chat yesterday evenA number of tobacco plant beds have ing at the Southern deK)t with one of been destroyed In Barren and Metcalfe REV. WOOD LYTTLE Morgan's old men. After hearing him counties. The farmers are thinking of COMING HEKE TO MEET FRIENDS AND tell of "hardtack," "two days without organizing a lynching "bee." ENEMIES, IF HE HAVE THE u bite, Arc," I came to the conclusion Charles Huglll, of Marietta, O., tried LATTER. every man who grumbles about to end his life by eating vitriol from that our faro ought to bo bucked and gag- the jar of an electric battery, but Preachersville, May 13. I wish ged. to say that the "Lord willing." I will When I wrote last I was only a mem-b- o strange to say he is yet alive. The State Board of Equalization, be In Stanford on uext Monday and will r of the State puanl, but am now a when it completed Its work, will make be glad to see my old friends and If I Your shoo Is hero. We make a point of fitting people. Any one can U. S. blue coat, having the sumo priviJ a total raise of about 20,000,000 over have any enemies I want to see them sell shoes once. We sell shoes over and over to tho initio people. Stendy leges only as u V. S. regular. 19 the assessment of the county boards especially and carry the memory of trade Is the test of it shoo store. Wo havo lot-- , of such advertisements CLAHKNUK COI.KMA.V. & them with me as friends to and about .OOO.OOO over lust year's as my distant home in the West. sessments. AT IIRODIIKAD I am back among the dearest neople Kdouard Itemcnyi, the violinist, who si) niCCOHATlON SKKVICKS WIM. III! 1IKM They walk a good deal, their shoes feel so easy and- - look well. Always till over the world, of my acquaintance and in the land .j enthralled audiences call on us, MAY .'tOTII. fell dead at the Orpheutu Theatre, San made sacred to me by many affection- 'V Tho Sunday schools of Brodhoud and Francisco, jusl after playing "Old ate ties. It does me good to ramble citizen- of neighborhood havo decided once more on the verdant hills where I Glory" as an encore. to hold services on Decoration day to The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. A Scott county tree says the Times once lived and muse on tho past, to call It begin promptly at 1 :.i0 i m. at the Bap-lis- t mmm. . shspsi uMsBsf a mm. .msbwa. tmm a'hshu 4'sV a'sw. KtmmZir 5 feet S inches across the up In iremory near nnd dear ones, loved that measured church with following program: stump, sawed six 10 foot cuts from the ones that have passed over the river Singing; scripture reading and pray-o- body without a limb; furnished over and are resting under the shade of the by Bro. A. J. Pike; song; opening 5,000 feet of solid lumber and 11 cords trees. Some people seem to think it address, by Prof. J. P. Watson; song; of wood. strange that I should have changed and retire to Baptist cemetery and doeorato Kldrldge Underwood, of Arkansas, "now love what I once hated and hate graves: music by band; march to Prlth wont to his old homo at Irvine and met what I once loved." I am charitable cemetery; address, by Prof. C. A. Chan-lo- his brother, Alex, for the first time in enough to believe they considered me song; dororatlon of graves: song: 30 years. Until a few months ago good enough during my up and down, march to Christian church: address, by neither knew whether the life, for they would not cerother was Bro. A. J. Pike; song; march to cemetainly hint that I was otherwise than a alive or dead. tery nnd decoration of gVaves; music; Amos Itiggs, who has killed eight good man. But it does me good to feel march to Methodist church; address, men, was tried for tho murder of two and know that I am a better man than by It. S. Martin, John T. Cherrv nnd of them at Maysvllle and sentenced to I once was and It is only the fool tha others: song, "God Be With You;" death, but tho tender hearted court of never changes or gets any better. But benediction, by G. II. Painter. appeals found a loop hole by which to they have changed also and I am glad W. C. Cable, Granvillo Owens, A. H. It Is for the better and not for the give him a new trial. Albright, committee of arrangements. Maylleld has been thrown Into a state worse. They are better farmers, have l!J All are requested to bring (lowers of excitement over the capture of Bob better homes aud best of all the majoriand roses for graves. Blanks, the negro who brutally outrag- ty are better christians than 20 years ed Tennio Bailey, a 12 year-ol- d whlto ago. To look on the two houses of worTllK IMSSIMi OF' Till. MaV. I lli:ib girl in a wash shed at that place last ship they have erected recently shows Ala and alack, old .NnsJm.ore l at January, and another lynching is ex- that time has plowed some agreeable furrows In their souls. They were betSfce.Uinli im,m dMrtHl f pected. ine ehiiwet ter pi'epared financially years ago to do the pt, The plant of the Baltimore Biscuit N morv IU bod! iih Iwrlfcsl under tho mtu- Company was damaged 500,000 by lire. this than at the present time, but thoy .V 1pm ly, Over .'WO men had worked all day on had too much religion and not enough Till I'oriMtw ,eu thurmil Imlim soiHHt hi hj. house to hold It. 9, Wood Lyttle. Oh, 'Ik touli u thu Myltjf NhwIwmv in "rush" orders for the government, and . furl iruel, this stock, a& well as a large quantity Our Stock of COOPER & CO.'S SHOWS. To thus five ih.m the "bistli Im" and lne thest of Hour, was consumed, and the tuachin-or- y UainItl hIUhkU fuel. ruined. V, th diipalelten tot, bar shaken the tw n, Near Almy, Tonn., Rube Phillips Tomorrow will be a gala day for the MixrMaH, Mudd ntnl plnkt. children. Cooper & Co.'s big 15 nnd 23 and Jerry West engaged in a pistol cent show will pitch tents on the old in t'iHiiutr, t asttlMuhel sinks. lion n Thry art pmn, iijorou1, tu ttltl MvlBttm Mnder duel at the door of u church and both show ground on East Mnlu Street. Two the hill, were shot to death. The girl whom performances will be given afternoon Wlici litnulint-tIt augmented by the note of the West was escorting to church, was at 2 o'clock, night at b o'clock. This wlilprtll. Nil mure Uie "ehluTo" eliuth- step will Both were suitors show the Lexington papers speak of as eho on mortally wounded. 9 Slimfonl'i itrivlt, : to tho girl. giving spieudid satisfaction this year, No nutri' IIl the lluwlaud nxitdiM dauru over his Is full of the Nicest and Best Things the maikct affords. over the is greatly improved and enlarged. A destructive tornado swept old truln slui'ts. western part of Kingman county, Kan- Usual street parade will take place )niion thelMiiksot the i mile i:tkiiMlc rtream riili "old time Itoxlo" Mill llnd lile almlo and sas, Wednesday. The town of Cun- tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Don't miss it. meflii. ningham was almost swept away. Only The show stayed in Lexington live days Ah, 'tit Mil, tmichlngly nil, to think of tlilt niys- fivo houses are left standing in tho and tho Leader in speaking of the last trrlnn lihuU', t track of tho storm, which was 200 yards day, said: The performances are good, eueeil oil ovir at l.hlnjstou tu wither and lade. lUJ - wide. Oee.itlunally in the slunKhli rher, when the "kyNobody was seriously injured. and many novel features are Introduced ookt tilt and skltH," With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes. this season. The show is quite popular itir This hlj;, Intieme Uilo-d.- i will take his eienlng MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. public, as evidenced by the i with the .hIiii, And, peahauee, nouiv old time friend will uo and Many a young woman Is willing to generous patronage that has been exthen etill, trust her heart with a man whom a tended during Its stay here. If you Or an lurllulluu bo extended to tlsh at Dilliou's or butcher would not trust with a piece of want to seo a genuine old time circus atleud a llael I'ateh lull. don't full to attend. liver. Hut nf all ad nords of )eu and ink, Nothing sIim u l with the sailiioss of .! eridiin, Frank Plummer, of Cincinnati, took Williamsburg Institute will have its Mudd and Spink 1' 11. morphine with suicidal intent when his VK HAVE JUST REPKIYED A commencement sermon May 22 by Rev. him for his A remarkable talo of human fecundi- wife told him she man-leD D. Forward and the literary address ty U told by the London Dally News. money and was nover in love with him. by J.N. Prestridge May 25. Subject, After 41 years of married life Mrs. An Italian peasant woman named Gra-natMory L. Ueuhl is suing her husband, "Life and Pictures." married at 2S, has borne 02 chilThe English are of tho opinion that dren. She began with a single daugh- Conrad Bcahl, of near Louisville, for tho Hlspano-Amorlcwar will last And nre oflering some ter, followed by six boys at a birth, divorce, alleging unfaithfulness. two or three years. It will and more Mrs. John Smith, who was Miss Lou thou by live more, and these by tripat the rate It Is going. lets twlco and four at a birth. After Elliott, has received a letter from her this she limited herself like ordinary brother, Jos. P. Elliott, telling of his M,. KlMia lterry, of this place, sya ho never had women to single babies and twins, but marriage last month to Miss Leorni auyt.lng do him so much good andghe such Morris, of Nortonvllle, 111. Tho local quick relief from rheumatism as Chamlerlaln's wound up with another batch offour. paper says: The groom is a farmer and l'iln Ualm. He was botherod greatly with shoot-luStinford, Ky. Call and See Us. Opp. ktivo he used thli linirains from hip Tho admission to Cooper & Co's show both ho and his brldo are well liked by ment hleh atlonliU promptuntil relief. U. V. Ikiker tomorrow is only 1 and 2.1 cents. The all vtho know them and mauy are tho Imp;it St. Paris, Olu. For sale by CraijA show should bo largely uttended. tiood wishes for their future happiness. lloekir titanfird, Ky. Itev. George Gowen will preach at the Christian church here Sunday afternoon at y o'clock. The first frying chickens wove brought to this market last week and exchanged for goods at 13c per pound, making for the owner the nice sum of SH per dozen. 1.000 old chickens wanted hero at 3c per pound. Bro. Pickett closed his protracted mooting of 10 days here Sunday night. No confessions or 'anctifications. but it is to be hoped that the church and community will be profited by hi preaching, which condemned sin in all of its FREE CUBA IN OLD GLORY'S CARE, The Stars and Stripes still lead the way In Freedom's battle glorious; Soon will they wave o'er Morro gray, . Triumphant and victorious ! it " jut too-on- a V g To-da- y Mor-ristow- n, ft i I I For Every Foot There is The Right Shoe. Walking All Over The Country. i new-ma- de 4 ' - I CA LOWELL & UAIMIER, ,s". & r, ii ;; r; slip-sho- d Produce of all kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. tu i it. - i FOOTWEAR i I I I I Ml .' il heiM-o- , i - Ladies' & Children's I Shoes, Slippers, Ul Hi 1 Qocolate, Tan, H. BroWn BlacH, 1 Ml i i 1 1 v. d a, Car Load 'I.;,,,, 1 J. McROBERTS. Of Vehicles, t i an r SPECIAL iABGAIHS. e, ?; ii in g Court-Hous- B. K. WEAR EN & SON. . tWaMvrtMMPi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ky., Stanford. L. F. Hubble is in Now York on Stanford. legal business. M. D. Hughes has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., to visit his brothV. P. WALTON. er, Thomas, who Is very 111. Rico Benge, who had his leg broken by a runaway horse, is Improving rapidly. During no week slnco the declaraT. J. B. Turner, of Nashville, is hero tion of war have events been as few this week. Sam Evans has gone to and news as scarce as this. The SpanFlorida to visit his family. .1. W. Mil ish Meet and those of Sampson and ler has returned from a business trip someSchley aro playing hide and sock to Mt. Vernon. Misses Mary Miller where near Cuba, tho latter having and Mao Hughes have returned from a arrived at Key West Wednesday. The visit to friends and relatives In Louis Spanish lleet, under Cervern, is said to ville. Jake Joseph has returned from be at San Juan, to which It appears New York, where he was called by the Sampson did little damage, not even A Kentucky regiment Is very likely illness of his father. Gen. D. R. Collier large quantities of coal destroying the to be sent to Manila. It has bech de- came over from Lexington to seo his that the Spanish are now stowing into K cided to send 30,000 troops there, under family and returned Tuesday. A. II. V lfs their holds. The country is becoming Gen. Merritt, who kicked on the prop Rice and wife and Col. Ike Dunn are restless over the policy of masterly inosition to send only 10,000. The cruis- attending tho K. T. conclave In Mays-vlllactivity and arc reaching rapidly the Mrs. Dr. I. S. Wesley and sister, er Charleston has already left Vallcjo, conclusion that the president and those of Mlddleburg. have boon with tho Cal., for Dewey's relief. aiding him are not equal to who are The naval authorities arc hourly ex- doctor this week. tho occasion. The only victory of con pecting official Information that Schley Tho grim reaper bus been busy In our sequence was won by Dewey, not, bowhas joined Sampson. The Oregon may midst this week and has placed his ley ever, with any assistance of the adminhave joined Admiral Sampson's lleet grasp on two of our old people: Mr. istration, which would doubtless have by this time. Tho navy department Tyree West, tho venerable father of to open on the Spanordered him not These are made and printed in Franco by Koceliliti or ly Kuiinminnti and announced that the battleship had our postmaster, Mr. W. T. West, died iards, had it any intimation of his at his homo near McCrcary at 3 o'c'ock are the finest, sheerest cloth made nnd the printing U reached a port In the West Indies. perfect. Wo intention. The wily Dons arc taking Tuesday, p. M., of heart disease. Ho have alxiut 25 beautiful designs, nil now this season. This price is les than The Navy Department has been every advantage of McKinley's policy advised that the Pelayo nnd Car- was 74 years old and had been unwell wholesale import prices. of a peaceful war and getting on a footW also offer the givo us a good tight. ANOTHER UOMUARDMENTWITH LITTLE los V. aro on their way to tho West In- for some time. On Sunday last ho was ing that they can des. If they effect a junction with Ad- at the home of his son in town und comHavana might hnve been taken, just as DAMAGE. miral Cerveua's lleet Spain will have a plained of feeling badly and requested easy as not, when that blockade was formidable force of six armored ships, to be taken to his home In tho country, declared, but now it will be no child's U. S. SEA COAST TOWNS MAY SUFFER. destroyers. which was done: he grew rapidly worse besides the torpedo-boa- t play and scouts who have reported on Gen. Agulnaldo, the leader of Phil- until tho end came. After funeral serWAR NEWS IS SCARCE AS THESE DIS- the system of Blanco's defenses made ippine Insurgents, left Hong Kong on vice at the house by Ruv. Go wen, the PATCHES SHOW. since it was ordered, say that even the the Hugh McCulloch for Manila. He remains were interred in the Lancas present large army of regulars and voSome of those are real French Organdies, the others are French Cloth Madrid, May 19. Havana distor Cemetery. Mrs. Jano Johnson. was accompanied by 1(5 other lunteers will have to be augmented to do printed lieiv. It will he useless to mail wimples, as this price will soon clo-- e constituting the Insurgent Cab wlfo of T. M. Johnston and mother of patch says Santiago de Cuba was bo and another call may be made. Had inet. He will meet 3,700 insurgents at W. McClellan Johnston, died at her tliein out. the war in its incipiency been waged to bombarded, but "little damage was Cavite, and expects to lead them in an home, near town, Wednesday of heurt the knife and the knife to the hilt and done."' attack on Manila. He has promised failure Funeral sorvlces will bo held no quarter shown the enemy, it would London, May 1!). A Montreal absolute allegiance to Admiral Dewey. at the house by Rev. Gowen this. have been over long ago, the Cubans cable says that Polo has engaged a Thursday, afternoon, after which tho would have been in peaceful possession CHURCH CHATTER. remains will be interred in the LancasFound-lun- d coaling station South of New of their homes and Spanish dominion ter Cemetery. would have been swept from this hemRev. W. S. Grlnstead will hold quarfor Cadiz lleet to attack the A unique oratorical contest took of terly meeting for Dr. W. F. Vaughan isphere. The commander-in-chie- f off We have a few dress lengths left of all silk Ciioiuuliin'.--. To rlo-- e tlu-.-seaboard, while Cervera draws last night Saturday und Sunday. place at tho court-housnavy does not seem equal the army and at Harrodsburg we oiler at 7lc yard Sampson and Schley. Grenadine; was 1.25. SI. 50 quality for ilSo. to the emergency. Let him shoot or The State Baptist Association will under the au&plces of the W. C. T. L Seven young ladlus took part. Each 82 quality for 51.40. S3 quality for SIM. 81 quality for f.Oo. N. S., May 10. Nine Halifax, Nothing give up the gun. meet at Hopkinsvllle June IS und conwarships reported sighted oil Intinue in session four days. About 100 participant to become eligible must at newer or handsomer and these prices bring thein in reach of all. some previous time have won a gold Senator Foraker, whose blood and dian Island, Nova Scotia, going delegates will bo In attendance. thunder utterances have given the peoJames C. Heath, of Bethany Colloge, medal. The following young ladies South. ple who do not him personally the idea West Virginia, was elected to tho chair took part: Miss Ida Tyree, Pittsburg, Washington, May 11). Army of philosophy In Kentucky University, subject, "Nell;" Miss Fan n to McClure, . ss-that he feeds on human tlesh and Mt. Vernon, "A Teetotaler's Story;" satiates his thirst only with human in include Alnominations sent vice Prof. Robert Graham, resigned. gore, is in point of fact one of the biggernon Sartoris, son of Nellie Grant Rev. T. E. Fleming, of tho Method Miss Edith Fairchild, Beroa, "The gest hearted and most magnanimous of 1st church at Eldorado, la., Ilnds no Original Liquor League;" Miss Alberta Sartorls, and Plt.hugh Lee, Jr., to men. When he was governor of Ohio dillieulty In drawing a crowd since ho Anderson, Lancaster, "Political Prohibe Hrst lieutenants. in 18S7, be refused to permit the return announced his Intention to read the bition;" Miss Ailccu Iliiitt, Hiultsvillo, of Confederate Hags that were captur"Tho Bridal Wine Supper;" Mis, MaThere are now 15,000 soldiers In camp war bulletins during services. ed by Ohio soldiers, when President at Chlckamauga. mie Jones, Mt. Vernon, "Pictures From The Methodist and Presbyteriuns Clevelaud ordered Gen. Drum to return A new Spanish cabinet has been will worship together Sunday. Rev. Life;" Mls Annie Thompson. Mt. Ver those in his possession, saying 'no reb- formed and a vigorous war policy adopt- S. M. Rankin will preach to them at non, "Two Fires." Euch and evuryono el Hags shall be returned while I am ed. the Presbyterian church at 11a. M., of the fair contestants did remarkably governor." He has since seen how Gen. Castleman complains of the way and at the Methodist church at 7:15 i well and tho judges, Revs. Fuulconor, fully tho Southern people have accept- tho army olllcers treat his volunteers Clark and Campbell, hadanuuenviablo M. ed the arbitrament of war and how like men looking for jobs of work, and The Rev. Francis R. Beattle, D. D., task in awarding tho medal, which was truly loyal they are to the government not like gentlemen. Professor of Systematic Theology and given to Miss Anderson. they once fought, and now says he It is ugain announced that soldiers Apologetica at the Louisville Presbythinks this would be a good time "to will soon be in Cuba, but the news terian Theological Seminary, preached UND AND STOCK. return the (lags to our brethren of the of their going has been sent out so a sermon on future punishment In Lou C. L. Dawes sold to Dr. G. W. Bro- South, if they want them back." The often nobody now pays attention to It. isville Sunday, In which ho went for naugh a bunch of yearlings at 311. impression the Senator made on us The total war estimates and appro- the theory that hell is a probationary Mark Hardin bought of W. II. Mur. during a short acquaintance was that priations now amount to 125,000,000. state und that punishment will not be phy a shorthorn yearling bull for 5.10. he is not only a captivating conversa- There is a growing feeling at Wash- eternal. There will be no gospel be The Winchester Democrat ruorts tionalist, but large hearted, impulsive ington that war will last a year or yond the grave. The sinner's doom In the future state sales of saveral hundred hogs at 4 to Is a bad more. man, who only "tends" like he will be hopeless and Reports to Adjt. Gen. Corbin show no grace is found to sanctify his suffer- 4 10. man from Bitter Creek. D. N. Prowltt bought it! wool sheep that 1)5,000 men have been mustered in- ing. "Crushed," head lined a Cincinnati to Federal service, and that IS States The Rev. Dr. Warren A. Candler, of and .'17 lambs from Hughes Bros, for afternoon paper Tuesday in mammoth are ready with their quota for the vo- Oxford, Ga., and the Rev. Dr. H. C. ?20.". Advocate. -&Morrison, of Nashville, Tenn., were Tho Columbia News reports sales of letters und everybody, who saw the lunteer army. of the Methodist Epis- 102 hogs for June delivery at .'! and 1 Limps, , sheet, expected to read how Sampson Ik'll-The president lays it on the strategy elected Bishops 60 15c Cyclometers, $1 00. and Schley had done up the Spaniards, board, which Is known as the "Board copal Church, South. It Is claimed that cavalry horses at $J0 to 3s0. 15c. Loe', 25o. Wrenihus. Screw Drivers, 10c Win. Todd, of Paint Lick, sold to Oil Cane, but in small letters it was told that of Lethargy" and will uppoint a new Dr. C. E. Hoos was also elected us he lCc. To.' CJipi, Trouscr Guard, 25. 10c when they were found they would be one to be composed of both urmy and received two more than the requisite Covington. Arnold Si Bro., 1.000 bush- Lamp Unickels, 15c. Font I'innpi, 750. Kopalr OuttltH, 25e number of votes, though only two bish els of wheat at $1.20. Climax. "crushed." Of course this was done to navy olllcers. 25. Saddles, Uniphoiitie, 10c. Tool lings, 25c mislead and make possible a few more Moses Kahn shipped 200 fat cattle, Cements, The Alabama battleship was launch-a- t ops were to be elected. Candler Is 41 10c. sales of the sheet, but such means Is Philadelphia, but there was no foo- and was born In Georgia. Ho was a which were purchase:! from Jas. E. way Cycle Simdiies And Everything Reworthy only of the lowest order of lishness and but few saw Senator Mor- presiding elder at 23 and has been a Clay atlje. Paris Kentuckian. Low Prices. yellow journalism. gan's daughter break a bottle of wine delegate to every General Conference Owing to tho prolonged drought since 1S&2. Dr. Morrison Is a Tennes-sea- throughout California, the outlook for The London Echo has changed to a over thea prow. of lives were by birth and is 5S. He has been the wheat eropls decidedly gloomy one. Our Over score lost and DeOur and now sends out the DepartThere were .17,000 hogs on tho Chicn, thousands of dollars worth of property missionary secretary of the church same size paper twice a week for the foi the past eight years. Ho has suc- go market Wednesday and the price same price It formerly sent one. Bro. were destroyed by a tornndo which ceeded in liquidating the missionary was lf cents lower than at any time Dyche has completed his labors us a swept Clinton and Jack&on counties, debt of $110,000, which has placed him during the season. We alwaj s carry a full line of Bicycle Is mi well equipped that we can manufac member of the State board of equaliza- Iowu, Wednesday. 1'arts for the manufacturer of lilcyclcs. Hire or repair promptly nnd at rensouublo Jean Bereaud won the Col. Castleman announces the deser- high in tho estimation of his tion and will now devote his entire time 820,000 stallion stake at Morris Park, Wn arc in a position to make the lowest prices. Romombnr we make, n mik. to paper making, which business and tion of fle soldiers from the 1st regiprice on Tiles, SK)kes. Kims, or nnd N. Y., Saturday, with Glenheim und that is used in the construction any thing dully of ment and posts their names as cravens. LANCASTER, any other do not combine very well. of and at lowest pri- mis worK is R. E. Campbell and James Green are Miller, second and third. , ces. O. P. Huffman bought of E.P. Woods JOHN Rhea's claim to his seat in from Springfield. Born to the wife of Chas. W. AnderAfter its long journey from San son a fine boy. some butcher stuff at aje and of R. Congress is at last clinched, after the s gone. The report of Francisco all around South America, terra is Robinson and Hamilton have 20 Cobb some at same price. He bought Second-HanShop-Wor- n d the committee seating him was adopted It Is good news to hear that the Ore- horses for cavalry and artillery pur- of Lynn & Allen some ut $.'i.bf. R. D. Hunter, of Clark county, sold Tuesday "by a unanimous vote. And gon, the largest craft In our navy, is at poses, awaiting government Inspection. $5 $20. now if Hunter will Hunter hole in last safe in American waters. The inspectors will be here on tho 2.'ld to H. B. Nelson, of Lexington, 1,800 Stamp for illustrated Sundry Catalogue and Hargnin Sheet. Send Two-CeThe Spanish lleet at Cadiz is ready and 24th. bushels of his growing crop of wheat at Guatemala, go in it und draw it in after Harvo Arnold, a small colored boy, 03 cents, to be delivered during July. muy be forgotten of u disgust- for sea and it is expected that it will him, all Tho sail for the Philippines at the end of while riding a horse of Rufus Moss', C32 Foil rlli Largest T. A. Bradley, of Boyle, has a ing episode In Kentucky politics. Cycle Avenue the current month. It is reported that was thrown and sustained severe bruisHolstoln heifer, which is being Esta1)Hshn.cnt Louisville, The doctors of tho Stute aro unus- 11,000 troops will accomMiny tho licet. es about the head. Tho physicians are sucked by two lambs. The call died ually patriotic or business is dull at Congress is beginning to oxpresB Im- unablo to say as yet If he Is dangerous- and tho lambs have taken its place, la the Entire Foutli home. Seventy-on- e of them have patience with the slow progress made ly hurt. seemingly to tho satisfaction of the applied for places as surgeons in army preparations for the invasion Much dissatisfaction is being express- mother. and tho returns are not all in. The of Cuba and for following up Admiral ed bore because the new train service The News Bays the wool clip in Bourgovernment is a great deal better pay Dewey's brilliant victory in the Philip- has disarranged our malls, which have bon this year will aggregate about ! than the average patient. Besides the pines. heretofore been bad enough. The night pounds, most of which has already Colored troops In the regular army train takes the mall on to Richmond been bought ut 20c. Several crops of government furnishes both the patients In Low Prices unci ("!ool .Material. An ele- and the pay. have been making trouble of various and it is brought back ut 11:10 tho noxt wheat have been sold at $1.27 to $1,110 gaiit line of Children's SultH. kinds at Chlckamauga and Key West, morning. Postmaster West is doing und 4(1 plain cuttle at 3127. We suspect Editor Meacharn's new and they wantonly killed a civilian at all In his power to have the mail taken Jake Board, Jr., shipped 51,000 dozen dally at Hopkinsvlllo is a clipper,' but Tampa. They ought $10 to be put in front off the train at nights and says he will eggs to New ork last week that he us he only sends Us one a week wo are of the enemy. be able shortlv to effect this. So haro paid 7 J cents per do.en for. Hogcholora not in condition to judge accurately of Porto Uiean refugees who have ' patience good people and we will havoj Is raging In ome parts of tho county Pine Shoes, it. Don't be so tlngy young man; send reached the Danish island of St. Thom- a good mall survlce yet and J. L. Forsytho has lost over 100, us every issue of your paper and we as report that during tho bombardment The Sth district convention of tho valued at SI, 000. Harrodshnrg Say- Nobby Shirts.will leave it to a committee at the Press 01 aan juan ions eigrn, were W. C. T. U. convened here on oiuier Association whether we owe you or you killed and .'H wounded. At Mt. Sterling Monday there were The various Only two guns nesduy and closed Stylish Neckwear. owe us. .'150 cattle on the market. were dismounted. Steers and meetings havo been addressed by Silt in ulo to order and kept In order ono Tin-- grandest old man in all England, Gov. Holcombe of Nebraska ban auadvocate of National repute, yearlings sold at from 4 to 5 cents; heifyear. William Ewurt Gladstone, died at thorized William J. Bryan to rul.o a among whom were Mrs. Nesbttt, Mrs. ers at from .'li t He; cow at 1 to .IJo. Howurden, yesterday, after a remark- regiment of State troops, which will be Whltsett and Mrs. BeaHchamp. To- - M. Beard, of Luxingtoji, bought about able public life of over half a century. offered to tho government with Mr. nlcrhttho Rev. Volnuv B. dishing, of a car load of aged mules at $75 to 8100 r. He was born in 18$) and was conse- Bryan as colonel, In case there is an- New York, will givo a lecture. " The and ono pair at $233; 25 cavalry horses quently 69 years of age. J. L. PKOHMAX & Co., Mm vllle, Ky. other call for voUntors. election of officers will take pluce to- - sold at $75 to $100. Democrat. - May 20, 189S TijC attorney general says tho" Goe, DTho administration ha daman ded bel election bill is unconstitutional and that Scnor Polo, late minister, who is advises the auditor to give it no aid, at Montreal, be made to leave America, countenance or recognition whatever. since it is certain that ho is tho head That might settle it with those who do of a system of spies In the hire of his not know how dense and how utterly government. devoid of knowledge the accidental Tho shortest sea route from CaJlz to attorney general is of constitutional or Manila Is 8,50 miles; from San Franother law, but with those who are cog- cisco to Manila Is 0.D3S miles, an adnizant of his calibre and attainments-hi- s vantage In our favor In distance of 1,(542 nsscrtion carries no weight what- miles In an ocean race to reinforce ever. Gen. Taylor ought in very truth Dewey or Montejo. Col. Castleman very naturally beto bo dubbed "Old Necessity," because like it ho knows no law, and his skull lieves that the Kentucky militiamen, is too thick for any to even percolate pending their mustering into the Fedinto it. The election law may be un eral service, should be paid for Uielr constitutional, but not because the services by the State, and will use evattorney general says so by a long ery effort to secure such remuneration ways. his regiment. day. About 35 delegates aro In attendance, among whom aro Mrs. W. S. Grlnstead and Mra Anna McClary, of Gti$f$fc Da 11 ville, Ken tu cfcv. 40c. e. FRENCH ORGANDIES, iih-olut- - 25c Yd. olli-clal- ly 25c FRENCH ORGANDIES AT 19c. Insur-leader- s, Black Silk Grenadines. 18-inc- h e tj?JXWAfflrt0 .) . 7i -- fA 7 Da nville, Ken tuclzy. 1 New And Guaranteed. ycl of AT $20 TO $60. 2 1 SUNDRIES. - 1 la the markably at n semi-week- ly Manufacturing partment. Repair ment fellow-churchme- n. two-year-o- Hicy-cle- s. iirM-cia- ss two-third- and to Wheels, nt two-year-o- ld w$ffite 75.-00- 0 ALWAYS flflEflD Best Line of Suits In the State. - Wed-!ing- s. to-da- tem-peran- : , j , THE GLOBE, 1t-- ' " Tjr , S A FRIEND'S ADVICE. And what it led to. It I not ft common occurence tlint a friendly word nhould tie the mean of nearly forty ycr of haiipluen mid health to the perion heeding the advice it carried. Thii win the cae with Mary I,lneard. At twenty-fivthe wn lrnm;IK outnerdaya In rnlxery. At aUty-onahe find herself ao active and fctronif ahe can do work that would ahame many n younger woman, and look hack on thirty. lx happy, healthful year of iuduitry. Hut let her tell her atoryt "Thlrty.alx yeara ajro I had great trouble with my liver. The doctor allowed that there were tumor growing on It, anil they bllitered my fide In an effort to give me relief. I wa at that time earning my living a a taltore, but for five yeara, between the pain In my aide and the blliter I wi lit cotntnut iniRery, nnd work wa n drag to me, with no proxpect of relief; fortunately for me, however, a friend advlned me to take Dr. Ayer'i finally penuaded nictotakc n regular courie of It. When t firtt taking the Haraaparlllit tny aide wa so painful that I could not tauten my nnv for a time I did drei. and my friend advlied not eel per-- j me to relief, but severe ami renei vrai ure 10 enme, una nay, come It did. Thl happened, a thirty-il- i year ago. My liver ha never troubled me alncc, and (luring thene )ear I have paited throuch the mmt critical Dcriodof a woman' life without an imr at Mxtone tlcular trouble, and active and ulrong and of j earsto doage. I am work that would upict n day' able e lv-It- ig Four Clever Beggars All Had Good Storiu, SucctJifuL and Two Wert passed htm he straightened up a little and said: " 'I beg your pardon, sir, but I well, the fact Is well, can you let me have 40 "IRONING MADE BUSY" ""f ccnta?' "Then he stopped as If that were all c com-mencc- d 1 I many a younger woman. Hver alnce mjr recovery I have taken a couple of bottle of Dr. Aver' Samnparllla each ipring, and am (nilte ntUficd that I owe ray good health to thii treatment. I give thl teitU inonlat purely In the hope that It may meet the eye of aome poor auflerer." Mary I,incvakd, Wooditock, Ont. Dr. Ayer'a Baraaparllln ha won It way In every corner of the world by the pralie of It friend ; thoe who have tried it and vlio know they were cured by the tue of te remedy. There is nothing so strong n tliln personal testimony. It throws all theories and fancies to the wind and stands solidly upon the rock of expert, tticc challenging every skeptic with a positive "J inoic" Ayer' 8araparilla with it purifying and vitalizing action on the blood I a tadicat remedy for every form of disease that begin In tainted or Impure blood. Hence tumor, core, ulcers, boll, eruption nnd similar di cmc yield promptly to thl medicine. Some case are more stubborn than other, but persistence with Dr. Ayer' Sarsapa-rlll- a usually results In a complete cure. Mary I.ingard began with a bottle, and went on to a course of Dr. Ayer's Sarsapa rllla. When ahe woe cured she realized that a medicine that could cure disease could also prevent it. 60 she took a couple of tottles each spring and kept In perfect health. There are thousands of similar cases on record. Some of these are Into Dr. Ayer' Curcbook,a little 100k of 100 page which Is sent free by the ). C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass Write for It. Another Battle ! Ami we nro et II in the rinj?, BOMBARDING : FORTS Of high jimes, utuuouadiug the mm kut for chc AmurieniiH from extortion on every hand. Thus is when we ny merchnixlo gtnl caving starving our hindnes and wo mean buti-nc- Bargain Ssekers Are Sure of ATeast Hpt-'cfiil line of 15c tlres line of SSc drc Special lino of oOe drm .special line of ilre.ns Htieclnl g jod nt 10c per yard. good 4 nt l"ic per yard, good at U5c jer ynrd, Skirts And Shirt Waists. At let than cost of untiring, Mllte, hlaok diets good, fancy ginghams qtianiitio. Down right Imrgnius in 4.. in largo badies' Surrprrjer Underwear, "oret, ctiret covers nnd hosiery. Our Mi crh shoe Mock is well worth yourcon-id- t ration nnd we can prove to you hotter by nhowing you the goods and price than rylng to explain See Our $3,50 Suits, Jl.fiO stiilM nnd i.i miUh, Hoy' huIu nt oOc, II to 15, boj h wnh suits with nailor col. Inr and whistle nt 60c, lioyN knee pints in endless quantities at '20c to $1 jht pnir. Wc inaku n fipccinliy of tailor made suits and shirts, MUisfaction anil tit guaran- teed. Ladies' Attention! Specially to our new line of n:uh ribhous and ribbon trimming-.- . AKo the bust up lino ttf parnsols In white nnd nil color. Come while our stock is complete nnd get the first of eveiy thing. to-da- THE )L)TQISVIIJf.(M STOBIE. T. D. HANKY, Manager Ilrnuch storot nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencebuig, "ynthl ana,Ver8ailIei, Eminence, Georgetown, Klizabethlown, Frankfort, Mnuckport, I ml. MASTIC MIXED PAINT Will cover moro spacu and ! WEAR In : LONGER, We Invito full Inspection. A Than nny other ujion tlili market. full stock of Lead, Oil And Colors Also Stock. o PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Go to Dauvlllo as soon as jnisalb nnd eo tlio Iiauriso'most Lino of In tho Latest Colorings HEW WALL PAPEB I Heda, Moss, Oreon nnd Now Hlue over shown In bo the l'lnost Display of Now thoroughly. "T met n man In Broadway lnte one night who had a very good game. There Ever inadu South of the Ohio River. Tho trip will puy vou to seo and know how Cheaply was hardly a flaw In it, in fact vhere you can Handsomely Deeorato Your House. Vou will find tho latest styles for painting was but one, and that one mostpersons houses, and nil Information freely given. would not notice. But to me it was fatal. I saw him first when I went uptown after Window Shades, All Kinds Paints, Uarnishes, stopped a late night at the office. I at a restaurant for snipper, and Window Class nnd Paint Brushes and Art Material nt when I started on in the gray early dnwn I rnw my beggnr leaning ngnlnst a lamp post nnd looking so dejected that I wondered If I should read about (0) N. W. MAV, Cleiik. No. 300 Main Streof his suicide in the evening papers. As I this State. Al- - Ills overcoat shnved within CO hours. wns of this winter's stle. nnd his uppeantnee wits that of a man entirely unused to financial distress of the acute type that force u man to lwg. lie stopped me by going squarely nt the point. " Tin McDowell,' he Mild. 'John My father is of Milwaukee. John McDowell, of 05 Wall street. I get remittances nt 195 iJronilvvny. but It hasn't come, nnd haven't n cent.' He laughed an embarrassed but pleasant little laugh. 'This is r.tanrtV he said, and by that he won me. 'I don't know what my father would say if he thought I had to nsk He pulled out n nny tnnn for money.' card ense ns I put tiiy hand In my pock et. 'If you'll give me your curd.' he enld. Til be very glad to sue you. There's my card.' He offered me n card, but I said I didn't want it. it was all right nnd I wns glad to hclpTilm out. Then gave him a dollar. Til be glad to send it to you.' lie said. If you'll give Well, then,' as I said mc your card. again that It wns all right. I assure you I'll give it to some poor devil who needs it worse thnn I doordlnnrily.' "Now, that's n fnlrly complete report of our conversation, nnd I realize as I think It over now that the least questioning probably would have poked thut young fellow's story full of holes. There was no explanation at nil satisfactory of his reason for begging. For the small sum he needed to tide him 'over until that 'remittance from Mil waukee enrne nlong, he surely had something to pawn. There wns no reason apparently for his being absolutely without money. It was his manner that got me. He seemed so frank and honest nnd so genuinely embarrassed that he convinced mc. I Htipposc If I met him again I'd give up another dollar. It has alvvTlys been my theory that tho man who begs for the 'first time Is very much embarrassed. I know should be, nnd if n man began to nsk me questions I should just go on. This fellow acted just thnt way." "That Isn't a sure test," said the clergyman, "as I know from experience. There enme to my house not Jong smooth-lookinago n well-keyoung Englishman vvlro told mc n perfectly straightforward story. Kut as soon ns I began to question bim he replied nt once that he wouldn't trouble me, but would try to get nlong In some other way. He had been but n few days iu the country, he wild nt llrst, and he was en route to a little town near Toronto. He hnd enrried his money in n wnllel, ond he had last the wnllet. He had letters to persons in Toronto who might have been persons of Importance, he snid. for all l knew Well, he won me, largely ns your young tnnn won you, by his manner, though that was not the actunting consideration. I was about to send him away with tho advice that he try the Kritisii consul, when the thought of the possible situation of my own boy came to me. My son hnd been in the west for some time nnd was coming home. I hnd telegraphed some money to him at Council IiluiTs, where he was to stop over to see his uncle. Well, there wns nn epidemic of some sort nt Council KhiiTa, and while I wns tnlking to this I Ersrllshman, suddenly thought: hat If my boy should get cnught out there nnd be tumble to get his money? Suppo&e he should go to n clergy man of his father's church, as this boy says he has done, nnd should be turned nvvny.' Well. didn't pursue thnt nny further. I just gave the Englishman the money-hneeded and sent him nvvny. Of course, he made the most faithful that at once nftcr his nrrivnl nt Toronto, where he hnd friends nnd relatives, he would return the money. nnd, of course, he nnsn t sent a cent nnd never will." "That was a good game," said the newspaper man. "He didn't have to work it very often, becnuse every time he succeeded he got n good sum. The cheap beggnrs undoubtedly get n good ninny coppers nnd other coins, but they have to work too hnrd for it nnd endure too much hardship. It's the odd story, the now game, thnt tells nnd produces substantial results. There was tho fellow who had got a job for Hint day but hated to go unshaven, and got 13 cents logo to a bnrber shop before he nppenred be tore his new employer. Thnt fellow got a lot of money until he wns exposed ulto-gether Mc-Iowee. " 'Thirty-fiv- e the tnlk drifted uround SOMEHOW wnys of the pan- 'I could walk to the ferry.' "'What's the matter?' I asked again. handlers, the lonfers who prey upon the "He hesitated a bit, and then he snid. persons who beHympttthles of those lieve that It is better to give money to with n nervous little cackle thnt was many undeserving professional beggars half n laugh. 'Well, the fact is. I haven't Ihnn to let one poor follow go in actual got a cent, nnd I've got to get out to I!uoh of the four men hnd hud Orange In the morning or lose my job.' want. more experiences thtfti one with street The story went more smoothly as he oeggurs, nnd among them they hud met got along with It, 'You see,' he went on, 'I'm n railroad mnn. I was pnld oil Rome unusual games. yesterdny nnd came In to town last "The other night, ns came down olT with my money. Well, the bridge nt the New York end." said nightgot. to bucking the tiger theI fact and lnt the merchant, "1 wns nppronched b, u is, I fellow, appar- it nil. If I get to Orange this morning young very ently about "J years old. His clothing in time toIf go to work again I'm nil I don't I'll lose my plui-e.uud he right, but was nil apparently tailor-madwas an explanation of "That looked liken man in fairly comfortable condition that would har' circumstances. His hnt wns good and He cnught a great many men and thev his gloves were not much worn. wore a little mustache, and hud l,en would hnve given up to him. But l I 1 good-lookin- there wus to U "'Forty cents,' "n'iiw"iniii mnnnmrmfiw nnnmi.w 'witnmtnj-- said, 'what for?' would do,' he answered. 1 II 4' g e, STARCH n RFOIHRR NO mnKiNir. v I 1 made mc suspicious. Somewhere had rend or henrd that gamblers never per mlt n mnn to go out of their places in thnt condition if they know It. And If he nctunlly hnd lost his monev In n gambling house it was certain that the gnmblcr would have staked him to enough to get home. So I hesitated about giving him anything, nnd for lack of something better to say said ntraln 'How's that? I don't understand.' "He went over the whole story ag"'' very gently nnd smoothly this time, nnd put In n few little extra ilourihho that convinced me that he wns a fnkir talked he stepped a little in front of mc and noticed the badge of my college fraternity which I wore on my wnit coat. 'Ah! said he. 'you belong to that fraternity, oh? I was n I'si V from Columbia.' He went on with a lot nbout college fraternities that made me think he had eaten a fraternity book He knew more nliotit them than I hnd ever hoard, nnd I had hnd a foremost place In the rush line In my senior year. He seemed to be familiar with them all. and he Inlkcd nbout them In very ln teresting fashion for nearly half an hour before he got back to the subject of the fnre to Orange. Then I snid: " 'No. I shall not give you nny money, because I believe you are a professional beggar. Kut you've got a good game, nnd you probably make a good thing out of It. However, I should advise you to modify it n little, (.amblers, you know, will always grubstake a man who has gone broke In their places, so that's a weak point in your story. Pntch it up a little, and don't be so glib, and you're nil right for some time. A-- U MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY.OTHER STARCH. THtr none ro DIM WUIW.V.IliiUiDiMrn URUJ.vyT I -l r UlUYACTURED OHLy By vKEOKUKJOWA. t NEWHAVEN,CoNM, ViW'ltv tnu, m V ,l MMM mtl.fH tWH M t This starch Is prepared on scientific principles by mon who have had years of practical experience In fancy laundering. It restores old linen and summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts a beautiful and lasting finish. It is tho only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless, containing neither arsenic, alum r anr otlier surstance injurious to linen and can bo used oven for baby powder. IM For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers 8&3K3l Experience Tells N Tailorings, As well as in other matters. The firm that makes only good garments at prices within the reach of all, and Wl guarantees you satisfaction, is bound It must either keep up to succeed. its standard or quit the held. Pnr VIVI M3 w. Wf 22 YEARS this has been the position nif 1 clean-shave- n, g, I never nsked n mnn for money In my lifo before I saw you. I realize that am not in n position to resent your insult, but I wnnt you to understand thnt it is tin insult nnd thnt you have mistaken me. I am nctunlly In need of that money to save my place, and if 1 don't get it I don't know what I shall do; I can send it back to you. and will do so gladly as soon ns I get back to my friends.' "'No.' I snid, nnd turned away: I don't believe you.' "Well, that fellow met me three times on the street nftcr that, nnd ench time began his story. At Inst I told him thnt lie was n fool as well ns n beggar, becnuse ho couldn't remember the faces of the men he addressed, whereas any mnn would remember forever such n story ns he told. Then he shifted his ground, and I never snw him ngnin." The doctor laughed. "Your experience was something like one I hnd just the other day, but it didn't result in the same way. About six weeks ago a tall, distinguished-lookinman enme into my oflicc nnd presented a enrd which rend: 1 grny-hnired, "I of nssure you.' he protested, 'thnt M. BORN & CO, 1 Vfiill'vl The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors. less money than for low grade tailoring. CALL ON vour nirj ure for itit a BORN' it cr tnerctut ou are fi.ll) j: uran- - 5u? teed m to iti ti:, tvle, miteml ami unrkman- - Q) ship. No mUtakei or mi.titi are tolerated. 13 You hae liunJreJ of pattern-- , a nl all the latest gi tv!e to .elect from. And after all you pay vri ?tir:ed in the lead and have :c ever since. The are head ot the custom tailor- - Sf the ing tr.i le of America. Every year is fa a )ear of progress in the excellence of tneir gooils and m the tavor ot tens of $ thousands ol their patrons. w,,e" " Ifa;e Q 'Don't forget n i' 'Mined .id.-.v.tte- d T"" a fe tiis. $ H J. McROBEBTS, STANFORD. g COOPER & GO'S RAILROAD SHOWS. JOHN JENKINS. M. D., 117 West 117th Street. New York. Stanford.Saturday , May 21 e 1 e 'fevvrcents-for-n-lodgin- g' PICTURE FRAME MOULDING I of A, El. GIBBONS, Danville, "It gave office hours and was to all nppenrauccs the caul of a respectable He carried n ca'-physicinn. that looked like a surgeon's instrument case. 'Doctor,' ho said to me, with n forced little effort at n laugh, 'I tun in a most embnrrnssiugpredieuinent. I enme over here to see n pnticnt, and either I have lost my purse or 1 have been robbed, and I find thatl have no change in my chnnge pocket. I am obliged to ask you to let mo have car fare home.' There wasn't n question in my mind nbout him, nnd of course I produced n dime, thnt happening to be the first coin I felt in my pocket nnd being enough to toke him home. Tin to be of assistance to you, doctor,' I said. 'Thank you very much,' he replied, and went out. I heard nothing more from him until the other day, when my office maid told me a gentle man wanted to see me in the waiting-rooI went in, and it was Dr. Jenkins, white beard, instrument eae and all. I thought he'd come to give back my ten cents, but before I could bay u word he begun by pushing out his card and stnrtingon thestory again. I heard him through and realized that he was a professional beggar. Then I got between him and the door nnd snid: " 'You confounded old scoundrel, this is the second time you've been here with this story. The first time it worked, but this time It won't. Now, you don't get out of this house until you give up my ten cents "ITe saw at once, of course. thr he had been cnught in n mistake, und so he begged my pnrdon and hnnded over ten cents, nnd there's the dime." nnd the doctor exhibited it, "Thnt fellow hnd a mighty good game," continued the doctor, "but he should have kept an address book. He could have got money from everv doctor and clergyman in town if he had been shrewd." N. Y, Sun. very-glad 3 Jllii tlCP CfiL AT LANCASTER, Adults 2oc. Watch for Street Parade at 11 o'clock. Stanford, Saturday, May 21st. Will also exhibit Friday, May 20th. Greatest Family Show of the South. This Year Better Than Ever. Absolut el jt the Best Popular Price Show in America. Admission deduced, Children under 10 vears 15c; Stanford Female College. Tlio Socond Session ot the Collegiate Year. 1S0T OS will ojien On 3on.d.a,3r, v Tan.-u.ar3- r 24t3a., .terlng at that time will hi M.iJ. SAiiFLUY at tho College or wrlto for catalogue. bo received Into tho classes. 1898. For full information WILLIAM S!I ELTON, Puesident. K THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokp. Kv., " MU1N t LCrtT V . - May 20, 1898 By E. L, Vlnctnu i really nm W. P. WALTON. tired. John can take his meals out for n few days and maybe I will feel stronger when 1 comeback." Dealers In She did not wait to take her big apron off, but sat down at the deJ and drew nut paper, pen and ink. d Order Office and Feed Exchange near There was a little Hush on hcrchcck; Crossing. Depot St., Stanford, Kv. Coal Yard, .Mill St.. lately J. B. Hlgglns' but it was no wonder; she had been flyStand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. 1 ing around all the morning and was tired. Someway fine tired easily those days. John's salary was small, and A. S. PRICE, they kept no help in the kitchen. Surgeon 'Tlty if I can't do the work for us Dentist, two!" she had said, and John, thoughts JSHrHE less fellow, had let it go with the Stanford, Ky. thought that not one man in a thousand Oflceovtr McRoberts Drug Store in thelJOwiley had such a jtwel for a wife. It was Uulldlog. pleasant sitting at the table looking across at Molly, and no one else near. It was a long time before he began to wonder why Molly's hand trranbled so when the poured the ten. Then, he could not help noticing that there was a little pink spot on eacn of Molly's cheeks, which were unnaturally white NOEL&,SON, "j UCLtEVEtneI'll to urging I tlo It, .lohn has been go. I Coal, Corn And Hay, Hall-roa- DR. W. B FIEWST, Dentist. : Office on Lancaster Stanford, : itreet at Residence. K. j.c.cciiAy otherwise. When he did notice these things, though, he "made such a fuss about it," as Molly herself said, that she hnd at last made up her mind that she must do something about it to keep peace in the family. Just then a dear friend came quite opportunely to the rescui, and sent Molly such a warm invitation to come out into the country for a week or two, that John had sold he would carry her away bodily if she did not go peaceably. "Dear Cynthia," so the letter began, and thus it ended. The stage drew up at the door, and to hplp some one the driver came-down PRICE good-payin- TIVICE-A-WEEE- K SKLY IMS JBA FOR ONLY TwIce-a-Wee- "Who in the world" Molly's dream of the country flew away on eagle wings, as she looked out of the open window at the little old woman, who was slowly trying to get And Denier iu her feet down on the walk. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. "No one I ever saw, anyway. Probably she has made a mistake; but I'll STANFORD. KY. go down and talk with her a minute. I can write my letter nil right after I come back." is old It was a chipper, bright-eyeTwice-a-Wee- k lady, who took hold of Mary's arm to steady herself from the stage. "Are you John's wife?" she queried, Will peering into the 'sweet, young face, when at last she stood on the walk. And Every Democrat. Every Republican, "Yes, yes. I would hnvc known yon Every Man. Woman or Child who can read from the picture lie sent me. You don't will want to read It. k The Courier Journal Is a know me, but I do you. I'm Aunt Democratic paper, of six or eight nape. Leafy." Wednesday and Saturday of each week. Molly had heard John speak of her. The Wednesday prints all the Clean "Weil. Aunt Lenfy. we are glad to see News, and tho'Saturday lsuo prints Stories. Miscellany, Poetry, and aill matters of speyou; that is, I am. and I know John will cial Interest In the home. It Is edited by be, too." Henry Watter-o"Do you really think he will? I don't know about it; I don't know about it. 1 YEAR. nin't much account in the world any You get 104 good papers, of six or eight more, seems to me. I'll jtut hold on to s than one cent a papages each, for SI your arm a little ns we go along, just to per. Useful premiums are given Club Kaisers, stidtly me. I'm gittln' old and shaky." g and commissions are allowed "We'll all be so some day. maybe. agents. ' S0.00 Aunt Iafy. You lean jut ns hard as Dally yo;r you have a mind to. and we'll get along S 00 Dally and Sunday, year Sunday alone. year." '.'.00 all right. I'm good and strong, and thankful for it." L "Be ye? Well, we all ought to be thankfullcr than wc be. I don't often AND TH complain; but set tin' cramped up in f that old stage so long I got kind of stiff. i i I'll be better pretty soon. I'm roil lJoth one vear smart for one of my age. You know-- no you don't, either, but I'll tell ye. year. Horn in I'm in my eighty-nint- h out. League American Wheelmen Meeting, Juno 20th and 21st, from nil jxjlnts in Kentucky. Good to Juno 22d to return. Standnra Rule Record 2:10(. Sired by Wnlalnghnm 3,tC(i. Mro of Latltudn 3il7K, Bicycles handled free. and many others In the list Wnttdnghnm. Naboth's ulre, la a hon of Oeorge Wilkes 5t0. 'round at the grocery store payB Blue Grass Tournament, Richmond, First dam Tinsel, by Mosenger Duroc 106, on of llnmbletonlaii and hire of Elalnti 2i2U, better than anything else. Twouldn't May Ono faro tho round-tri- p tho dura of N'orlulne, yearling record 'ii'MM. pay me, but it seemed so to Ciilab. So, Second dam He, Muter to Jumvt Howell, Jr., by Humbletonliin 10, lr of Doxtor 2t I7JsJ. first ho knew tho money I let him from all point in Kentucky. Good till Third dam Jesslo Sayre, by Harry Clay 45, tro of the dams of St. Julian J;U!s. Rodlnu May .'10th to return have was all gone every cent of it. 25I0J4 and 15 others that havo produced 2;U0 trotter; aluo slro of the dam of Electioneer. Seems as if most men would have seen When you nn not sleep for coughing take Chun Fourth dam by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. by that time that he would have to turn berlsln's Cough Remedy. It alwaya gives prompt Notk. Xnbotli Is a bay, Ifi hands high, foaled Juno 2, !(!, Ills pedigree contain blood a new leaf, but Ciliab didn't; he rellel. It Is most excellent for coll, too, as It aid, over just kep' right on, too. I tried to do expectoration, relieves the lung and prevents ar y of Hambletonlau, Georgo Wilkes, Mambrlno Wilkes, Pilot Jr , and Harry Clay. what I could; but I begun to have tenJcncy towanrpueuiiionla. i'or Sale by Craig .1 Will $15 To a Living Colt. spells, when I would nil smother like; Hotkcr, Stanford, Ky. will also stand couldn't seem to git breath. An' one day Ciliab said, scz he: 'Aunt Leafy, AT I don't know but you'd be better off Will make no charge for season If tho colt proves not to Imi ulahli atjselllng time out to the county farm. It's a good EjMnres grated at 12 jer month, which In all cases must Iw paid )efore they are taken place for old folks. You'd have plenty .tway Cart) taken to prevent accidents but not reonslblo should any occur. to eat, nnd nothln' to do.' 'The county farm,' scz I, just like that. 'For the J. K. BAUOHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. land sake, Ciliab, what be you thinkin' of? No one of my kin overcame to that; nn' I ain't to be the first.' It just took my breath away. But I see thnt Cilinb's wife was at the bottom of it, and I didn't know what in the IT ONLY COSTS he'd take what money I had an tuke enre of mo the rest of my days. I'd make it over to him. Myl didn't Ciliab's wife jump at that! She didn't let him sleep till the papers was nil made out, I thought I had done the best I could; but I was always ready to go on nn' help what I could around the house, Into the bargain. I never could si I still and let somebody else do the work. You'll find thnt out." "But we won't let you do anything unless you want to, Aunt Leafy." "All right; we'll leave it just that way. But I was goin' to say: Of nil the unlucky men you ever seed, Ciliab beat nil. Why, everything went wrong. Holes would come in his barn floor, nn' the horses nn' cattle would fall through an' break their legs, so that he had to kill 'cm to put 'em out of their misery. I used to think it would be cheaper to fix up the holes, beforehand; but, somewny, it seemed easier for him to do it af terward. An his crops didn't amount to anything; he ran in debt to hire help to tend 'cm, too. I should have thought it would hnvc paid better to do some work himself; but don't you know, some men think a job of set-tin' C. & O. Playing Cards Owing to the increased demand for C. fe O. Play-n- g Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 deckB which arc. now on sale at tho Pliu'tilx Hotol tleket oflleo in Loxlng-toat 15 cents per deck, thrco decks ford, cents, or 31.00 per dozon. Thcso card 8 are ,r0 cent quality and will bo sent by mall tojany nddress on receipt of above price with four cents per dcuk for postage. Persona remitting $1.00 for ono du7cn lota will have thorn sent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. Parties contemplating cuchro or whist clubs should not rales this opportunity to lay in a stock of line cards at such low rates. Geo. V. Barney, D. P. A., C. it O., Lexington, Ky. n, - THE - ELDREDGE HIGGINS & McKINNBY. ! SEWING MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, some thing new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. CHEAP KATES ON Q. & C. Excursion. Ono fare for tho round-tri- p to Lexington, on account of tho IMffBOTH 10,016. . 20-2- 8. Stand at Insure 1 HUE FINE dAOKS ONLY $5 EAOH. YOU NEED A DAILY NEWSPAPER! GENTS OQDEJSBUQ 8787. , UNDERTAKER! Worth Printing the If it d, Courier (Journal Print it. twlce-n-wee- nt the county farm! I couldn't bear the thought of It; but I thought nn thought about it, nn I laid awake nights over it, till Anally I made up my mind A I'd go if the Lord wanted me to. Mny-b- e I could do some little work out there; To read every day In the year wash dishes, maybe, or sweep the floor. I can't set still j I should die If 1 do. Hut I wanted to stop nn' sec John before I went; nn I won't deny that I wanted to see John's wife, too." The old lady put her hand out to lny IHCYULI111K it upon Molly's arm. The livening Post has the "After that, I'm readv to go on. If the world to do. An old womnn like me Record 2 trial - . 21 Chestnut stallion, I1'4 hands high, l.redby Or L. Ilerr, Itlngteu Ky 1B37i ilam 2va,mbri33.o DPa.tcli.en. 130. WEEK Sire of 23, of th daiusof J dam I i Varlrtr dam of Oplentli.rtf ... Inrlu.llur Ralph Wllke,2 OIJ-)- , Juts', 2 US 4, At , sons have Mrr.1 n Ci oTer l' .1,3 OTi-t- , ComtintlHe, 58. 2 lf ... tiy Orange ll(niu IX J K by MM.llelown l.VJ sir of loiirWH ami llir 1iii ol flflis-- In 2 (, ti of llimbletnotan in. hy Trumis-r'- s llellfoumler The Louisville IUM, Market Reports. State News. (Frankfort News. Washington News. Short Stories. Women's Page. Children's Paee. il.nu ORAMil 1II.OSSOM 2 slrroroian Chief 1 US. eight others an I rtr ), by Mlibllrlin IV, dsm Nellie IWl dam of Orange llnl 1 2l tli , dam uf Red llloswm J Jl by Aurrlraii Mar It, rb I Lord wills." ed Something came over Molly's face, which gave It a very determined look. '"You shall stay with us until you are well rested, Aunt Leafy. You've had a hard time of It in this world, haven't you?" with all th flnl.h and sty if ol hi (a NoiK -- (ilritslM'rK isan etlmiiFlr hindMime U Ith tharxrvptlon Mambrlno King lie l umbnit.ttsll) Um !iii.Imih-.sou of Mam'rl ruui.s family Is a sucaiil very nnr urtssirr anil mirts wiin gral uiillnrititty an ngsr.ls On no l'autirii III any one ran handle ami drtr in Ha lb,slylr. koi1 lois and pure gait Hehasagnod than his reo.rd II Is on of ihe purest salted hons In the world and li raiwttle of Ironing i.hmIi He hss trottnl in Irs in .' ..: and with him always ami is an ray hnrx to get In iilllioii has his IU MmsvikU All Ibe training be eer hail Ih hi. lile wwill imi I atmxist to U moulds iuarters in ubtaiiieil liisrrcorl when a bMir)nir obi oter a niuiidy trask at New Allsiuy, I ml , luidwl loan obi a flebl ofaire.1 hones He won the rare In I bust straight beats abiontd high wlisirl sulky sgaintt He is a show horse as well a a initlrr heailed, afraid of nothing His shown si Re Is terr Has won a some of tliet-es- t lair III Kentucky ami Indiana ami has won a rmiui, .f premium 'in of sweepstake premiums 1 1 Insure A Living Colt. Will Stand at $10 to lalliii btiu, Mii dlltton, I i..t lril br t tu n. ter than I've used the world. But it does seem good to set down here nnd "Oh, no! The world has used me bet- Will Also Stand A Good Jack At $8 To Insure A Living Colt. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Si.oo a le-- Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 1 COURIER-JOURNA- $2,50. will renew and p.ivln advance, or to all new subscribers who will pay In advance. Sample copies of Courier-Journsent free on al k ment with the Courier Journal, and will end that paper and ours for named to all our subscribers who the price -- Wo have made a special clubbing arrange- application. All subscriptions under this oiler must be W. V. WALTON. bent to Stanford, Kv Some Plain Facts. Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of greater or less degree, arise from lack of knowledge of the truth, and more frequently from deception. The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the attempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United States. There is no learned judge, skilled lawyer, or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country. The people have been deceived, officials in power, chosen to administer justice under the laws, have ignored their sworn duty, and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry, reduced property values and beggared millions. is no authority of law, either There specific or by inference, by which gold alone is made the only money with which to discharge debts, either public or private. The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity. Plain and ample information, facts, and truth, concerning this almost successful scheme to corner the wealth of the people, is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newspaper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy. The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. a year. The address is Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. one-hal- f, Molly put away her paper nnd pen. The letter she had begun to write was not finished that day, nor the next. Still, something restful came Into her life to pay for her It Mas a comfort to have this bright old lari with her; she was so cheerful and so helpful for one of her age. Many a weary hour passed swiftly away chatting with Aunt Lenfy. For a long time she said nothing about continuing her journey to the county farm. There was a thorough understanding between John and Molly on that point, however; and neither, by word or deed, did they refer lo the subject. Some way, the rmes enme the year 1S0C, In Connecticut state." back to Molly's cheeks. Was It thnt "What a long time ago!" Aunt Leafy saved her so many steps, or "Yes; it docs seem a good while. An' becauHe her simple presence had called I've seen a good deal in my day. What her thoughts into other channels? a pretty house you've got! I shall enBright nnd early one morning Aunt joy it here. I know. An' this porch: Lenfy was up and dressed. When the what a nice, deep one, and so shady. work was all done she went Into the Anybody could sit down there and rest room she had occupied, and soon came to their heart's content." out with the faded lwnnet and thin "We think our home is a pleasant shawl on. one. Aunt Leafy." Molly," she "I'm .going on They were now in the cheery west said, in return to Molly's look of inroom. How still and cool it was. Aunt quiry. "I've made you a good, long Leafy slowly took off her old, old bon- visit longer than I expected to; but net; old in fashion and old in material, It's bin so good nnd restful here I and the thin, gray shawl, and dropped couldn't bring myself to think of the into the en.y chair which Molly drew farm. I know I've wnited longer about forward. Molly brought out a fan, goin' than I ought to. So I'll set down which Aunt Leafy used quite vigorous- under the porch an' wnlt for the stage. ly for a moment, and then dropped It's so nice and cool out here. I feel into her lap. kind o' smothery this morning. I'll get "You wonder how I came to visit you over it nfter I've rested n little while." without askin', I don't doubt; but I'll "Now, Aunt Leafy," began Molly, tell yotr kind of gradual. I don't feel firmly, "we can't let you go in this wny, like sayin much about it now. It hurts and we are not going to do it, John me wh'pn I think of it." nnd I talked it all over long ago, and "Then I wouldn't think of it, Aunt we nre agreed that you shnll never go Leafy." to the farm. So just take off your "I cun't help it, child. I can't help it; things and stay. Sit down under the and I want to tell ye nil about It some- porch if you wish; but never think any time, you an' John. What a good boy more nbout going nway.", John is! Always was. So different The tears came Into the old woman's from Ciliab; that wns,his eyes. older than him. Ciliab himself was a "You're real kind," she said, In a pretty good boy; but arter he got mar- broken voice. "But I ought to go. 1 ried, someway he changed. It doe enn't he much help." work that way with some men. I guest "Yes, you arc, Aunt Lenfy," Molly it's 'cause they git wimmen that don't protested. "More than you know, and t help 'era any. Xobody can ever we can't let you go." about me. I always done my part, Hut Molly's appeal was in vnin. Aunt if I do say it." Lenfy went out upon the shady porch "I don't doubt it, Aunt Lenfy." nnd sat down to wait. Molly followed "Ciliab's wife had such a temper! her with pale face nnd helped her to be She had a good deal to put up with seated in the comfortable chair she had nine children, nnd me In the bargain. taken so much pleasure in during her You don't wonder she got cross some- stay. Then she went back and slipped times, do ye? nor I, neither. But if that away to the office to bring John bnck had n be'n nil, I never should have said with her. ne would be able to change a word. Ye see, when Joslnh that's Aunt Lenfy's mind, if she could not. my husband died, he left me quite n Together they came up the walk. little property. We was always careful Aunt Lenfyi seemed to be sitting very an' savin', an I done my part. After he quietly. Perhaps she had dropped to was gone, there didn't seem to be any- sleep. If so, It was nil the better. The where for me to go but to Ciliab's. 1 stage would go on and leave her. Then knew it was goin' to be quite nn under-taki- they would persuade her to stay with for them to hnvc such nn old them. womnn ns I be In the family, and so did John placed his hand quietly on her Cilinb's wife. An' she hlntfd two or arm, and, bending, looked into her face three times thnt it would he worth a as he whispered: "Aunt Leafy!" good deal to look nrter me. Finally sh N. Y, Aunt Leafy had gone on. hinted so strong that I told Ciliab U Ledger. self-snerihY- c. to-da- y, half-brothe- rct." RATES 12 By Mall Only. Months 6 Month .,... J .Montha...... 1 Month .,.....,. ...42. 00 1.50 . . SAMBO. will stand lny lino young J ark, stable near Murvtaml this season at, I . 1.00 , ,00 Ssmi, at my Dorsey Goiddust, Mamlaid, No U.is.i. tsdtd dark lny, la binds ami f4ghs l.Anill. Pull brsther lo I4tle 1 Ipttj, untrained, but speodi A tested breeder uf omihliird UtadtrM st ) la aid latsteru Imfse l osrlor action and sssl A rlassof horxst that nil rradiiy for gwsl prbvs. Will make the present season at CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Sample Copies Furnbthcd On Application. $3 to I n h u re a Living Colt. Sambo Is by Joe Hlarkhdrn, Jr , dam Sim Host's He Is Ift'--j hands high. Hue lme Impirtbsl jriinct ml has ptoteii to W sure foal gutter. Parties A I eanjMV two of klseolts at my 4aee bollTe lhat;l hate an extraordinary gosl mole . Jack I nuke this lw prist-- In onler that tjie ts.rf. gciHrally,ioay IssMe ar?ualulil with hlshreril-InAt my plate on Saturday, svpt., J, IM, I will give ;& In (old for tho Iwet coll by him. black )srk, 15 haads Also JiiiiiIhi, antic high, will serte a few good mores free. 1 wtll aMat the same platvand day givo ) In uobl lor his It II KIXi,Mort4aixl. Ky. K-Y- si, SoutHern Railway TIIK $10 To Insure A Living Colt. SOOTH GBEiTO PENETRATES SYSTEM. Roscoe.a Good Jack, at $5 to Insure Colt. Young Pedro 40961, A. J. C. 0.. Tim Inbred youns; Ptslro Itnll A. Y ( t , No. by old Pedro No, Tt,lh7 tlio King ol all est 110,001) and has lo bis credit , testis! daughters with rccurds that average (iter li lbs., and grand sire of S tesbsl daughters, 40 averaging lst rt. EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, North an (I South Carolina. Alabama, Mississippi. English Hunter. d Combined bay stallion, in hands high. bv AlMliillab" Messenger, he by Messenger Chief, tdre of .Maud Messenger 2:HU. English Hunter" darn by Denny'tt Krou-nolie by Imported Drutinon I will stand English Hunter the season of so.s, nt my stable three miles from Shelby City, on tlm Knob Lick and Turnersvlllo plku at 23 to Insure n living colt, money due when colt Is fonled or mure parted with. lr-en, b'sil, at l71bs-l.- o Through Sleeping Cars Between Louisville imi' the South. THREE DAILY TRAINS Each wny between Louisville and Lexington W. A. TURK, O. 1. A.. wusiiiii-'ton- . i). a. W. II. TAYLOE. A. O. I' A. Louisville, Ky. BOB TAIL. 1 BIG 4 ROUTE. Tlie Hcst Llnetoaud From TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. ttounds, black with Inch high, weighs white lMilnts. Sired by the great Champion Jack, Tom Klne, whose reputation as a breeder Is known far and near. Hob TallV dam by Levi Hubble's Prince. Rememlier I'rlnce was the sire of Joe Hlark-bur- n and Hrlgnolla, which Mr Hubblecould have sold at one time forSI.UOO. Joe Hlaek-bur- n alone brought SI, 000 at the sale. Hob Tall will mako tho season of 1808 at ?." to Insure a living colt. H. F. POWELL. 10 1,000 will also stand one lino Jack 1.1 hands 1 Young I'islru's iUiii Infanta INsIro Majorain, pro ml u in piw at World's Fair, and test ol 17 lbs, it ox , In das with tint calf. This young Hull ran s Uwitofa (timbluation of butWr producing unexcelled If cjiislbsl. With ewry test tsl he lomlilm-- Urn blond cf the Woild'a lair St h, the great Champion Pedro, stokr-iogl2211, 7o. Imp M (.MM. 17 lbs, and her daughter .Majoram 2nd 13 lbs on Matilda 4lb. 21 Ida grass alone and her Illustrious dam Ma loram, 1(5 IU, also the N't Inhrvd Vlrtor Hugo bull ,),:(, nnd (timing as they do through chan el so near this young mill's slgree, alsjiiinllng on Isith 1 s In bvary buttej makers and prlio winners, Ihwe ran Is no iiiestlon as to his ramr. ty as a produrrr of suerlor mllkersam! butter rows, V, RElIt, Stanford, Ky. . tryire Fee $B. uall-tie- rnt s .,,, lmrtsl ili-- EAGLE TIIK : BIRD. lllikAT IIOV HTALI.ION r, CHICAGO. 'White City Special." Best Terminal Station. Ground Squirrel, Hcnutlful Chestnut Forrel; no whlto. Sired by tho renowned illiirk Squirrel fthe greatest sire of fancy priced saddlers living ) First dam Josle Umber No. Mil, by On Time, No. 743. Second dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 Third dam by 'King William 07. Fourth dam by Cythlan, thoroughbred. Fifth dam by Oliver, thoroughbred. Ground Squirrel Is n very line chestnut sorrel colt with with fltiw inauu and tall, which he carries as near jierfectlou as a hor-- u cuti. He has i very huccessful In tihow rings, having M'en shown IS times in IMMi and 1S07 and won 15 blues and one red, and the only time ho was defeated was by Thorntoi. blur. Ho has line, high action In all his gaits rack, trot, walk and canter. haltur-sliow- n This colt Is no stand-stil- l, horse, but when you put a uddln on him he In as good as they grow. You can m'o by his pedigree he Is a very fatu' and highly bied colt nnd one Hint will aim' fancy, lilgh-tallMiddle, tho kind that hell. Ho will servo a few mares at my farm four miles from Danville on Hauvlllu A. Stanford plku at hlg'h-act-ing, ed ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel say-tha- BOSTON. Wagner bleeplng(Cari. UuBel 1'arlor Cars, Wliuur of fJdO stakvat Islington, son KToud money In JKiUO slake at Versailles, winner of the agtsl premium and aweepstake at Paris, also winner of oilier premiums In IbD.I, since wlikli tlmn he has 1htii in the stud. Ragle Hlrd la a beautiful brown, with small star, stands out bi hands, tins a Mowing mane and n heavy tall. Kaglu bird was sired by King I iigle, winner ol more than 40 blue ties. 1st dam by Star Eagle, best son ofCnlibvll's Islington. 2nd dam by Humlet Hoiimark, son of Washing ton Denmark, .Ird dam by Harris' Denmark, sou of Millvr'a IVniuailc. Eagle lllrd will nulo the season of I8US at hi table 2 miles West of hlauford on the Shelby the extremely low price ot $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Money or cash note will Is) n.iilrcl when a living soil Is obtained. liigle lllrd Is one of lb greatest slum hurt- In Kcnluiky, as Ills nturd III 1KU will atlit. Asa bretsleruf Hue, gito.1 lolored, hlgk styled colta ho er NEW YORK. Sleeping Warner Compartment Cars, Elegant Loathes log Can. Can, Prlv.tt and Din Ue sure your tickets read via "UIO FOUR " WARREN J. LYNCH E. O. MCCORMICK, Tratflo Mgr., Ass. (Jen. Pass. A Tkt at CINCINNATI OHIO tho Pilvor Klnif Full brother show nmre, Alll O. Ry On Time. First (lain MolIU Mount, by Cnhholl's Lexington. is unurp.i"s. Royal King Is a light bay with some whltu Mure train u JlitJnrn will lie furnished gr.lM af-tmurks Hi hands high, foaled In IS DO. Ho In tho best Middle stallion Ih Kentucky. Ask May I at jl fto jwr mouth and must bo dda S. T. Harris, Levi Myers and others who tho removal of the marcs, havo colts y him nbout bis breeding. Will Nort:. A Hen retained on all colts until ( tiro will lie taken to promt uctldonU uud make tho censor of lb08 at tny stablo Hf season Is paid, and when u man Hells, gles but will not Isi resKjiislh!a should any oicur lullfs from Stanford on tho Hastouvlllo plku or dlsiMiseM of his inuro In 11113 way, the sea- at TEX DOLLARS, to Insure a Living Colt. foo falls due. b'eo this colt before you breed Parting with or removal of mares forfeits tho lusii Not responsible for accident. A. E. HUNDLEY, Danville, Ky. E. P. WOODS, Stiu ford, Ky. roncc. JOE E. FARUI8, Stanford, Ky ROYAL KING, great and to $iotoIiisurc a Living Colt rs, 20-l- ni in '"" n'fr" s1 ut t II Samplk lot THE INTERIOR JOURNAL priced. 13. of lap robes at wholcsalo K. Wcaron & Son. farm mixed palntH. Best Home i in tho market W. B. McRoborts. vyLfVi tfMKgysaEiEg . i:v i'M.i.xjii W A ear load of Bud Holdkrman is In receipt of a Shingled. A. C. letter telling of tho sudden death of Stanford, Kv., his Uncle, Henry Holdcrman, who livTatham Springs Hotel, with its ed at Springfield, und for whom he was E. C. Walton, Husixiss Manaoku. modern improvements, In open to ro- - named. eelve guests. "QUEEN." Col. W. F. Sheridan's It U not price but quiilttyanthat tli- - Look Boys, With every boys' suit pretty boat, lias been launch and chrisarticle. tormlned the eheupnesn of tened and now she id ready to do ser- We toll the beat iruoiN only and ut we give a baseball, bat, belt and cap. vice at her master's bidding. The reasonable prices. Penny's Drug Severance ite Sons. pretty ceremonies occurred at Wa- -' Store. NKW Wall Paper of the latest spring tcr Works Lake Wednesday evening, j PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. styled. Priced made to suit tho pur when some 50 invited guests and a large number of others sua Miss Sue chaser. W. B. McUoberts. Mlts. Kliza Hlain In at 'Joseph Rout, upon whom Mr. Sheridan had FHOZKL'P 'Refrigerators, Ice Chests, bestowed the honor of christening, Price Infirmary for treatment. Mil M. I). flAltniN, of Montleello, is Freezer, Water Coolers and Rubber break a bottle of Old Bourbon over her Hose at Warren & Shanks'. hero with hid ton, Mark Hardin. prow and "Christen Tbee Queen." Mr. Miss Anxii:McKi:k, of Klnpuvllle, and Mrs. W. Carroll Bailey were the TlIKRK will bo a hop and launching Ih the guest of Midd anllle Shelton. honored guests who first tried its rowof Pittsburg, Id of n steam yacht at the popular Tatham Gr.omin Burton, ing qualities and others followed until Springs Friday evening, May 27. with hi father, Mr. Win. Burton. all who would were given the pleasure 'A 9 m JIM MnitSON id at homo for repairs Tin: colored Interior Journal base of n ride in tho cute little red. white of hid knee, hurt when he attempted to ball club defeated tho Nlcholasvillc and blue boat. "There's Moonlight on VA ride a bicycle. team 1.1 to 8 at Nicholasvllle Monday. ttio Lake," "See the Boat Come Round Howard Cartkr Logan, don of Mr. the Bend," and other song were sung Hume Logan, of Louisville, id visiting Co'S SHOW. Tomorrow by those on the banks, Col. Sheridan's Cooi'UR Mr. anil Mr. Edward Carter. is show day. Bring the children to see cleverness was discussed, a little courtMil Jok Mack Smith, of Oklahoma, tho street parade that takes place at 11 ing was Indulged in and in fan every w Ih visiting his sons, John and Jumea o'clock. thing of a pleasing nature was the orSmith, in tho Maywood section of the progrum. The only drawA SPECIAL train carrying :i.5 Negroes der Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and children back to the occasion was the thought wtnt to Junction City Wednesday to from Jclllco passed though yesterday that on the morrow Col. Sheridan, who morning. They were bound for Indispend a few days with her sister. has been the source of so much pleasKOUBRT MATTINGLY went up to Cor-bi- n ana to work In coal mines. ure to tho young people and who is likTuesday to see his sister, Mrs. Tin: weather has been very wurm for ed by ull, regardless of age, sex or colHurry Gccr, who Is down with fever. several days, tho mercury reaching IK) or, was to leave Stanford and make Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Cook are back In the day and not going very far below Livingston his future home. This is from Montleello wheru they 8cnt u m ) at night. Showers wcro predicted for Indeed a subject of general regret. week with the doctor' aged father. Thoughtful of tho Inner man, Col. S. night and today. last Mrs. anna D. VanArsdalk, of had ordered a or probably a Harrodsburg, came up Tuesday to visit THE Q. .fc C. will take passengers llule less, of oranges, bananas, apples, from any point between Burnside nnd cigars, her daughter, Mrs. II. J. McKoberts. iVc, sent out una these were ARIILKY LlLLARD, late of Stanford, Lexington to Cincinnati Saturday and enjoyed and discussed at length. After n of tho return for $2. 10, tickets good till the all had enjoyed the evening to tho fullwui elected sixth Company In camp at Lexington. 22d, on account of Dewey Day. est extent the huppy crowd returned to MIL AND MRS. T. M. PKNNINOTON obliCait. Duncan's Company has at town feeling under even deeper Mies ha id, a swollen head, face and mouth, came down from Mlddlcdboro Tuesday gations to the gallant colonel and minus two teith and body badly bruisto .e their friends and relative hero. last been mustered in, and Claude Sue Rout, who so ably him in were ed. .1. 1). Holdkrman and and wife, Wherrlt and Allen Burnside Mil enjoy himself. Tho making everybody of Lebanon, spent Kovernl days with olectcd llrst and second sergeants. POINTS. POLITICAL lieutenants and corporals have not been Three cheers for Col. Sheridan nnd the her parent, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Potter. Queen ! May he live long to do deeds chosen. And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality or Mr J. Flkiick Kohinson Is back A pension deficiency bill of 8,4:17,032 of kindness and she to carry him safely from Columbus, fin . apparently fully AliOL'T FULL. Dr. W. B. Penny, over the waves of deep and dungorous has been agreed upon. restored In health. Ho has gained 'Ji who Is raising a troop of cavalry, has Rockcastle rlvor. God speed tho man! Gov. McCreury will speak at Perry-vill- e H)unds. Saturday week, May 2$. about gotten tho requisite number. God speed his boat! MIL Caiiripl A. Lackky, of Stun-fotGov. McCrcary will speak at Dcxtur Ballon, who will bo llrst lieuBefore going to tho lake Col. SheriU vielting the family of his koii, tenant. Is insisting him in getting up tomorrow afternoon. dan' guosts supped with him at the St. SayMr riiiiu Ijiekoy.Har uys that in a primary Lend, Colors, Stains &c, on the company. A dispatch tho A&aph, where a delightful repast wiu mauket at reasonable prices, also a completo lino of ings, Wm. election in Jessamine, Gov. McCreary the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet spread. To make a long story short Articles. We solicit your trade. (.ait and Mrs. W. H. Kiiihy, of THIS ruorl got out here Tuesday would be an easy winner. Lexington, and Mr. V. B. Hill, of that one of his men hud killed dipt. almost overy thing was there. Formalof Louisville, mem: Thomas II. Hays, Memphis, are guests at Mi. Ilonry Duncan und we had many calls from ity was waived and as the slang goes, her of the Legislature, hus announced was done for tho splendid meal, governor. Lummers'. telephone and by puople to know if it what elegantly served, was a plenty. Aftor his cundidaov for lieutenunt be blamed Jim. b PirnTS, who It. a corporal In was true. Of course there was no founGeorge Gilbert should not a short toast liy Hon. J. N. Saunders, Lebanon Company P., punt his fur- dation for thu report. fur having to go through nls canvass Col. Sheridan's health was drunk In , with his parents at I hour-lough of in the Eighth district La; Broken Doc Drye, who is ice water; the Bourbon being saved for for congressburden of the suppoit of Preachersvlllo. bearing the t ruining saddlers in Boston, had a horse christening purposes the dining loom MUSIUMKS M. J. WKATIIKIimitD home gold bug papci . He can't to fall with him, breaking one of that wu deserted for the luke. The guests his and 1), S. CurHntr. of Iluatonvlllo, help it. Owensboro Messenger. guniluman's legs. He is doing as well were us follows: MU.-e-s Sue Rout, were here Tuesday to consult with Dr. as could be expuuted, but It will be a Pearl Burnside, Mary Bruce, Annie, Twenty carloads of mules, bought in J If. Carpenter. and Amanda long time before he can resume bis Mary and Kate Alcorn. Nettle and St. Louis, passed this place on the way Misks A LICK ALCORN Georgia Wray, Sullie Cooke, Mary work. to Washington, where they become the Carton, who have buon attending the Ophelia Luckoy, Eva Lammer-- , property of the government. Tho genNormal School at Bowling firuun, reTin: communcemeui exercises of the Suo Willie Hale, Mosdamos W. C. Baicharge suited that there were For vour lumed yesterday. Huntonville College will be held Juno ley, George B. Wearcn, J. II. Yeager, tlemani In - run ...i lllHlllli 4,VAU IIIWH-- a ... ww t inilc f.hilf. .,..uv Sllll Wi: are indebted to Mr. George 2d at the Christian College at 10 A. M. B. II. Danks, J. S. Rice, J. M. Alver-so- are yot to be shipped. They were Smith for the inioraatlng lutter from The graduates are Misses Mattle Powand Messrs. J. S. Rice, J. M. bought at prices ranging from 511.") to Lancaster. Judge Hughe will have ell, Victoria Bishop, Belle PInkerton B. II. Danks, George B. Wear-en- , 31t.). Lawrcnceburg News. to look to his laurels and Edna Powell. A music recital will T T. an J G. T. Lackey, John Waldepartment Mrs. M. C. Sauklky wont over to be given the evening before at tho samo ker, J. D. und W. B. Weuren, George The U. S. commissary St. Louis baka contract with has made Camp Collier Wednesday and spent the place. We carry the newest goods in these, Farrls, H. C, Baughman, J. N. Saun- eries for (510,000 poundsof army crackers. day with her eoldlor boy, whom she W. S. Embry, C. B. Owens, R. This is equivalent to M.OOO barrels of New Chiffon Blouse Fronts for dresses, Deserters. Rowan Saulley writes ders, found in good spirit- - and still full of us that Col. Galther wants the names M. Newland, W. W. Withers, II. Hour. On each will be printed the New Sashes, Ties and Kibbons for same, enthusiasm. Helm, W. C. Bailey, E. C. Walton and words "Remember the Maine." Dr. W.J. BROWNlNO. of Indianapo of the live men who have deserted from Dr. A. S. Price. New Fans in Japs and Gause, At Louisville Mrs. Flora Bremer, lis, l visiting the family of Manager Capt. Duncan's company published In suicide by taking carbolic Simpcommuted New Jewel He ts, also Leather with Jewels, C.us Hofmann at Crab Orchard Springs, tills palter. They are Wheeler, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. aclil oecauso her husband, who Is a e and he and Mrs. Hofmann wore bore son, Shaw, Howe, Kuhlman and Shirt "Waist Sols, a clerk she and they are from Lincoln, MadiWednesday. The Q. & C. handled 2S4 coach loads grocer, refused to discharge ' Mrs. Rosalind Nkshitt. our Mt. son and Garrard. Ladies Ties, Puffs and Strings, Collars and Cuffs, did not like. of soldiers Tuesday. and MUs Jeile McT. B. Cobb, son of Harvey Cobb, Vernon reporter, Kid Gloves, Kuchings, Veilings, Parasols for Ladies' and Child ren, Wo are authorized to announce CURl). - Mr. S. J. Embry received a Neil, of Pittsburg, were among the dlsnatch Wednesday that Mr. Laarus died at Richmond, aged 12. Pompadour Combs and Side Combs Columbus Randolph was appointed delegates to the W. C. T. U.ccuvontlon Curd, brother of Mrs. Mattle Gibson, MiiilNon Count v. a candidate for Of at Lancaster. District who lived hero during her husband's postmaster at Line Creek, Pulaski. In tho Eighth Congrc-sloiTho Central University and Centre of Kentucky, subject to the action of tho Miss ANNii: Bklli: Woods has our life lime, had died that morning. He ' thanks for an invitation to tho graduademocratic" p.ntj. Danwus In the mercantile business, was College Club will cross bats at of Millersburg College, ting exercises about JlTi year- - old and stood very high ville to morrow afternoon. In which she tiuUhes the course this J. A. Craft hns been awarded the HON. G. G. GILBERT, with all who knew him. ! a candidate for Consession. They will occur May 111. contract for carrying tho mail from Of Shelby Count v. Congressional District of gress In the Eighth A friend of the captain hands us Bccchmont to Louisville on recommen- Kentucky, subject to the action of the demMiss Fannik Shanks sends her ocratic party. father u clipping from a Kansas City the following: "A great deal has been dation of Postmaster Baker. Mitch Kclloy, of Lancaster, fell from paper which tells of a hall storm there said of Capt. B. F. Powell's patriotism B. THOMPSON, His breast HON. Is u caudldato for a few days ago, during which hailstone in wanting to get Into u fight with the abridge ut Middlcsboro. Of Mercer, as large as base balls und goose egg Spaniards, but his wife and daughter, struck two largo spikes, whicli were for Congress In tho Eighth Congressional full Miss Cappie, have gotten a head of him driven head first into his lungs. If he District of Kentucky, subject to the action of thu democratic party. Mil GkorokBurton Dunn, of Stan- by having a fight, not with tho treach- lives it will bo u miracle. ford, is In this county as expert ma- erous Spaniards, but with a bald eaPlnevllle was In patriotic demonstrachinist for tho McCormlck Harvester gle, which they captured after a well tion Monday night. The occasion wasn Co. Mr. Dunn is an old C. U. student fought battle. It measured 5 feet It Hag raising in honor of Bell county boys Timothy Hay fiOpcrcwt Corn Chop 70 " WANTED. and was catcher on that immortal base inches from tip to tip. Hurrah for who are in tho army and navy. G. B. 45 " " Chicken Feed Mixed Hay 25 per bu. which administered to old ball team, Rico is on tho Brooklyn and C. C. Brit-tia- n them." " 45 Clover Hay COAL. Centre in ISS-- her llrst and only defeat Wo will havo tho Inspectors at my stable on tho New Orleans. 40 " " Falls Branch Lump MONDAY, MAY 23. lie thero with your Millet Richmond lliperbu. by C. V. up to this year. Meat Stolen'. Tommy Ball ay Clarence Coleman, the young news" No mlddlo man. Wrlto to and Straw 20 " Jellico Lump 10 " Climax. that tho thieves in the Ball Hills seem paper correspondent, hus enlisted in horses.hor.es direct to me. bring Feed Oats 45perbu. JellicoNut io " " E. l FAULCONEK, U. S. Agent. D. Huohess, of Lancaster, to have a spite at his Aunt Mary PeoMk. M. Uncle Sam' sorvlco. und will quit It Danville, Ky. ShipstutT 70percwt Special prices on both feed and coal in took the train hero Wednesday for Hot ple. After having a year ago stolen all weilding tho pen for a while and tuko largo quantities. ' Springs, having been called thither by her money, $1117 .f0, and last summer all up tho sword. London Echo. He MARE ESTRYED. u dlHpatoh stating that his brother, her onions, Hour, gecso and turkeys, husn't dropped the pen yet, read hi ex- they a few night ago secured a key Mrajcil from my farm a Ua) Filly U hinds hlRh Thoma Varnon Hughes, was not letter in this issue. ami thiw years olJj Marl maue and tail, until pected to live but a few hour. Mr. that fit the lock to her meut houo und hir will Iks Commandant M. J. Jenkins, of Ilog- - Mao In torehead . Any Information of Klngsvllle. WM. Tlil.MlU.K, Hughes went to Hot Spring 10 years stole therefrom a shoulder, u aldo and sett Military Academy, loft yesterday thankfully ncei-d. ,.frn fm his rheumatism and located four hams, leaving her nothing but for San Antoniu, Texas, to accept a BO YEARS' there, but tho disease was never eradi- bread to eat. Tommy says tho "vllo captaincy In tho famous regiment of A COOD WIFE EXPERIENCE cated. wretched" shall suffer or ho will know rough rider raised by former AssistRi:v. A. M. Lamiikrt, who came to why. always tries to make her home dainty and ant Secretary of tho Nary Theodore Crab Orchard four weeks ago and began attractive for her husband, and she never H 1 1 1 fails to havo the walls, redecorated for tho Another Old Fence. Seeing our Roosevelt. Advocate. u crusade against tho liquor trallle, was Alas and alack ! The city council Slimmer months, when "cleanliness is us tho letter item about an old fence In an issue or here Wednesday and gave next to godliness." We have exquisite which wo publish elsewhere. Ho I two ago, recalls an older one to Mr. J. has. declurcd tho street railway at Richellects in wall paper, and a hancbomo Trade Marks and ordered it to be lino of window shades at low prions from Bluetleld, W. Va., and say he Is S. Hundley. Ho toll us there i a half mond a nuisance designs Wo up. The line, which is two miles i copvriqhts ac. havo also n tine line of picture mouldings u Methodist EpIscop.il preneher. Ac- mile chestnut fence on A. E. Hundloy's torn description may ..Him .kPtrh mxl and frames in artistic duign. cording to his story ho Is a much abus- farm In Huplw county, which Mr. A. E. long, running through the principal mftrVlT Mcertiih" our opinion free whether an was built when ho, Mr. Lo- street, has been in operation bovon Logan say ed man. lions tlrHf wndrteiUUl. llandkon I aten,g W. XV. WITHERS, ient free Oldest throuuh ltutin Co. rcccivo ld. Ho Is now 72 years, but has not p.nid exponse. gan, was 12 year IMtemu taien In tho .accaronc .ucarllll is the euphonious rlU noflM. without charge, and it will bo seen that it has done U) LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ft Stanford. - - Kentucky. r'tj- ij- ,fm l"Ti5 year' service It is still "pig tight coguoman of a member of tho Lebanon v4JTw ivr" ci- -f vJ . tS3 Mrs. Adoll.t Woods In chargo Scientific jLixf NEW White Pique for skirts at Sev- and bull 9trong" and will lastu, number Company, who got on a tear the othor i 2a55tfr-MMa"Ihanch Store and Undertaking Outfit at erance! & Sons. of year longer. Tho rail were brought day und canto near cleaning It up. Ho IT- ( from Ciinoy county and Mr. Logan help- - was finally overpowered and landed in , Ilustonville, Ky. BUO finish destroys potato bug, 5c the guard houso with a badly cut left cd to haul them. pound. W. B. Molloberte. ItKcniVHD. - Prime May 20, 1898 Sine. Just Cypress Closing Out at Cost TO QUIT BUSINESS. m r i H i 1 81 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 m t YOU CAN SAVB 25 TO 50 . Now is your time to get the choicest goods a absolute spot cash cost. TAw I I M SHANKS car-loa- d, "Watch this space next time. Leb-uno- ! SPBffl j M d. Law-rencebu- rg PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, rod-bu- rg CRAIG & HOOKER'S. 1 El-kl- n, Little Necessaries 1 SPRING&SUMMERWARDROBE -." -- n, n, La-forc- r hon. j as. b. Mccreary Con-cre- -s -- SEVERANCE & SONS. mmmmfwmmmmmeMtimd J. 200 Cavalry Horses A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. J TWWfU1?! V1 J rbj mm American. TV 1 assess THE INTERIORJOURNAL ZPutolialioATxiaoAayo txiid. Xrld.aVB S'--J PKKYKAK When not 1 hst wpsMM.CO will l.e charged. KENTUCKY CENTRAL No. DIVISION. 1" a t 12. Cn l 'n i JCh.21 .o a Amlves Imim Stanford at Arrhes at Rn laud at Manford at If A. M M. 1)11. .Stanford at !. M. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ko NIS " 25 K. 21 Tralu going North " jo 96 " " " 12 12 3; P w Smth " For allll'olnu. " 127pm RO'JC.Il TICKCTS fcOLD. HACUAUB CHECKED THROUGH. Tor any Information enquire ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT connecting at town Ith Q AND CINCINNATI. r. m., a. m. and Trnltn Icaie Frankfort at 6 :tn (J. A C. andS reach-.- , wit! (iwwtimn 3 10 M. Uave l'arls r. Pari. i s io a. m and at 9:20 a. M. and 5 .50 p. m.. connecting at atiww; 11 5o 1 .V C. and reselling ranklort .IOSKIMI 11.XKWTON, A. (J l A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. ' No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 No. 9 No. Trains pass Junction City as follows; 1 South .... 12 02 p in Xo. 2 Xorth " ' IM'Jam 11 ' 8 Ham "C "10 " " " ...3 41 a ui " 131pm 6 11 p m 00am jmiu-crsa- docs not stop. Xo. 2 stops only for passengers fnim South of Somerset U and 10 run no furt. ther than Junction City and S and fi only to 1 Why Wq. Arc nt War. The American people are at war because Spain deserves to be driven from the continent, says Harper's Weekly. Europe enn tolerate this relic of medievalism, this inientor of the inquisition, this lover of because is tolerant of bigotry, ignorance and cruelty not only tolerant of it, but helpful to it. Nations that sustain the sultan on his throne, and that are robbing China, and pilfering land wherever the opportunity for grabbing presents itself, cannot find Spain a disagreeable neighbor, and perhaps no European power except England would have found Cuba an unpleasant neighbor would not have been disturbed by the stories of the starving victims of order, or by the knowledge that murder of the most atrocious kind was perpetrated there in the name of civilized warfare if there be such a thing. Hut the people of the United States could not stand it. Whether they were wise in incurring the awful material and moral cost of war to put an end to the evil was once a question. H may again become a question when the time shall return for dealing once more with some of the abhorrent forces which have hastened war. For the moment it is not a question. The people have decided that, cost what it may, an end must be put to the evils of Spanish rule in America, and not one American of all those who hoped that Spain might be driven out of Cuba without the exercise of force by this country will deny that Spain has richly earned the hate which is felt and manifested for her by the people of the United States. The story of her rule in Cuba, in pence, has been the story of robbery; in war, it has been the story of murder. The people of the United States have "had enough of it. They will have no more bull-fights, Mu-ro- r JT. T. SUTTON, Undertulcor, Kentucky Hustonvillo, Ollcrt hlitcrrlrrii to tlie jxole ofWt 1 .In coin and Casey cuuntlrt. Kull stock ot Coltliuand band S I. B. Carictiter. Managtr. 3 5 5 J . J W BOUND TO SELL B i, 3 S3 Wk-- ' w fo BUGGIES.SURREYS Phaetons, Road Wagons. We All tho.M Malta Cultivator, All those Hull bearing Dceiinginiiwern, All those Hull beaiiug Peering bindetN, All tlioso nice working Peering hay YVey-ler- 's ft thing ran iuvo vim fmtii $A to In the ri'filrlc lino. S'2H on any- QUIT rakes, All those neat looking huvRiu, All those solid Oak suits Furniture, All those crocs rowing corn plnntet All of thoteat D. L. I'AUI'KNTKK'S. lltisluiivlllc, Ky. PAYING BIG PROFITS J'-- i Jl I and come to nt. let us sell ynu a wlitclp elietiper tliitn vin enn buy It In I'ontriil Kj. W .1 HUMANE CAItlMAurc CO ll Im Lancaster. ICv. A.C.SINE, .I'EALKR IN. I S i- '1 ' - fe c3 Jit II M I fevvf III i ml I' I i&f ' Jl ' I ScnNou of 1898. JL GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS ulsli to uunnuiu'i) Unit this iHipultir utn-mK'ort vol1 be ojun for the nivotiimiHlti-- t lun of guests. I V M B M M, STANFORD, KV, AND DOORS, FIRE INSURANCE TTTISnE nililrcts J , U111 j II I ii M -- Jl llll 'I H I Hil IIII Almiu Mfo ' i i'i I ' (1 III HI III Ml II mlrftrrrrrrfllWWW W SJ . JV'X f ' a ?" ltcdiiiieil rates ihirtng first month. I'or liifuttntttliiii In regard In rnto, etc., T. II. WKIU1IT. Crali Orelmrtl. Kv. 1898. 1 i a I I nl " J ill1 yW'J? fS-'- ' Store Room & Goods FOR .SALE. lot In M'iri'l.'iiid Station, tlie b .0 t wo stories lilj;li. tlttel 1111 for il.lllnir sultnblu (or small family ami a ldi Imllillnc t by CO. corn crllw, ware room ami suit shed, well sellarranged for a general store, have ing from 1.1,000 to 30,004 wortli of goods annually, Is offered fiir sale A ImtlM' mill Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. PHKNIX main building CO rv of Royal make the food pure, wholesome and delicious. . it. At Albany, X. Y., a few days ago a ln-e- mi POWDER Absolutely Pure CO., M ak0 YOnK. ROYAl BAKIN3 POoOCR PUBLIC SALE On Thursday, June 9 We wlirell at puhllc sale Blue-Cras- s ! corporal in n departing militia regito his sweetheart unment said good-bder difficulties just as the "All aboard!" sent the crowd swaying backward. Jie leaned far out through the car window with outstretched arms and eager lips; ahe stood on tiptoe, crying and smiling iu the same instant, nud yet the tips of the blossom on her pretty spring bonnet only reached to the edge of the car window. The crow-- grasped the situation, also the girl. They lifted her up bodily. The guardsmen in the car boqsted the corporal far out, holding on by his legs. Two blissful soul3 met j with the meeting of the lips in one tre-- I mendous smack like the explosion of a rule or the report of a cannon. Then the crowd turned the blushing maid bodily till she faced the vast assembly. The explosion seemed to demand an explanation. "And that's the way we'll conquer Spain," she said, as she slipped down and was lost in the crowd. y i " S i 1 vS Caledonian : Insurance Co., or Scotland. KOUNDttD 1HOC5. PRICE, 31,200. Also 11 gixxl stock of gooils at prlmu cot . Until the hotio and goods nm sold In a bulk, I will sell goods for oa.li at alsmt cost The limisti will lo rented after the Utli of July nnd the goods cold at uuotlou, of price It. II. KINO. Morelniul irlatlmi. Ky. 6 R. B. MAHON Y, Agt ., STANroitD, KY. i Jones, TINNING J. T. & II.IiaughniniiC'o.N Mill H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., PLUMBING, ST A NFORD, KY Is now prepared to do all kind of Plumhlm; mid Tinning H!o proprietors of Denn'n Uluek Dliituond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. 20, rvldenco Shop on Mill t . opp'lte J. 21-- tf It Receiving liiH Fall And Vintcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. JOll li. CilTLKMA. To TurnpiKG Contractors. T4?5tt&&&nrA ltv oritur of the PNoal Court, dlret'tlnj: tlie'TurnjilUe of the cotinU to le let out In sections from to 5 miles to the lowest mid t bidder. ealed bids will Ih received Oiurt of Lincoln Countv for the tnctallug and remlrlng the turnpikes of dlteb-In- g Lincoln Countv. mid keeping same open, repairing mid keeping open the culverts, repairing and maintaining the brldgw thereon, all bids to l tiled 011 or liefoie Ix-c- A.U. IaxiuM. One minor result of the Cuban insurrection and our war with Spain is the Land accretion of several new words to our Acres ocabuIary. "Incommunicado" is alAdjolulngour lioine, situated on the Stanford A ready acclimated and is frequently used Ottenhtfim pike and South of the Crali Orchard and In Lincoln county. in the newspapers in accounts of Sugar Wrote This land Is well watered, live or six springs on It for crime. "Ueconccntrado" is a .running all the time; handy to churches and school .house, Rood neighliorlinod and iu good state of culterm of more special meaning that can tivation. Will alo sell one scarcely be introduced into our daily Toko Osoc, 1 Dry Cow, 2 Good DurianJIows speech in an extended significance, says Kenas new, And Calves, Hill Mde an exchange. tucky Wheat Drill,: Turning flow. It has almost the inHow, 4 Shovel Flows, Walter A. Wood Mower, flexibility of a proper noun substantive. UeueranJ Hinder, Hereford Hull, 2 extra tine horses, and many Dupuy de Lome's use of the term other articles too tedious to mention. "politicastro" in his notorious letter Terms nude known on day of sale and sale to U. C A W. 1'. AUHAHAM. at 11 ... M. has recalled the fact that in the English CraliOnhard, Ky. mt0 language there Is already a similar word, "politicaster," which Milton found serviceable to describe a petty DR. R. politician, just as we use "poetaster" to describe the inferior versifier. DoubtHOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & less when our army comes back from SURGEON,; Cuba they will bring with them many Stanford, - - Kentucky. words which will gradually be adopted into our vocabulary. '98- - 200 n'al INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. School-Mous- nr-res- ts wliU-liUt- liu-lud- e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lc-gi- n M. PHGLPS, IJ rjOllleo over Illgglns MeKlnney's Store. 19 (Pa.) man has a pa- triotic hen which laid an egg the other day five inches long and one inch wide, in shape suggesting a torpedo. "The Louisville, Ky., hen," he says, "was particularly proud AMERICAN & EUROPEAN of her patriotic feat, and cackled nil day long after it, until she became quite hysterical. It is a happy augury, The Ladies Restaurant is the finest in it seems to me. If my hen lays more the city. Every convenience for ladies of the mi in c sort of eggs, I propose to spending the day in the city. boil them hard and send them to the Gentlcncn's Cafe on otllce floor. government as ammunition." A Shenandoah LOUISiZILLE HOTEL THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, m "te The following unique annoifncement has been issued by nn who has Music just opened a dry goods store at Lawrence, Kan.: "Settled in the territory at Lawrence in 1S37. Stood the drought of 1SC0. Stood the war of Stood the Quantrell raid. Stood the Price U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. MRS. raid. Stood the three grasshopper : raids. Stood up for Kansas always and nm ready to stand up for the United Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters States against Spain or nny country on table. Everything earth." 89 meat all trains. Manager. Tmsiliv, Thursday and '.Sunday Evening. old-timer Mason Hotel Kentucky. a. firut-clfls- 'Cl-6- 5. Lancaster, Just before Commrxlore Dewej startfor the Philippines the Spanish governor general issued an address, in which he said: "The squadron of the Uu ited States, manned by foreigners, possessing neither instruction nor discipline, is preparing to come to this archipelago. Vuin designs! Ridiculous boasting!" The remarkable Spanish catastrophe that followed is Route to .1 htrange sequel to a foolish manifesto. A weekly publication recently requested answers to the question: "What do you regard as the most common fault of present-dayoung men ?" Perhaps the most pithy answer of the hundreds received was this: .Trunk J. Heed, G. P. A., Chicago. .E. 11. Dacon, D. 1 A., Louisville, Ky "Preference for a white-shijob." TAKE THE ed MOIMON,' The Popular CHICAGO. Stm ,,m. y rt mid the contra.'t to expire Jan. Nt, Istls. AH metal shall be the Ik'sI obtainable mid Gommerco Building, Louisville. available to the road, broken sullli'leutly Agvnt Tbrotibout the outb. tine to pas- - through a three Inch ring nt Its Wbere n continuous cruatcst diameter stretch of rK'k Is required, shall be not less than four Inches deep In the center anil Ux-a- l A grot, spread out four feet Gravel to lie good and reasonably free from wind and dirt mid five Inches In the center and a spread from four Stanford, Kkntuckv. to live feet, as the condition ot the road i7 Iloth elas.iv. ()f metal to be furuMi-- d Tho object of the court by contractor Is to have the roads kept Iu a tlrst-eln- s Co toll-p- a) lug con lltlon. The road tn-- to Imj rounded mi as to prevent water from utand-In- g OF STANFORD, KV. or running thereon, and Iu no Instance to Im- ul'owed tocut through the metal. T'ie work rucelved or rejected by the Fall up Capital, $203,000 OC I utility Judge mid Magistrate In whoe dl-t17,603 SO Surplus, pike-- , t the soi'tlnn Is located. All of siitd . shall Im) laid off In sections of from two to ';yv . jm&KS.-:JZKA'?i- ; .Bv.-iv- : i: . II vu mills each: each to Im numbered con lly proTltkint of In rbartrr, ilnollor ar VSStCiASS ' flWAK--In Natl"iial lUukt, secntlvoli from the end of same nearest fully protected am ir bid t pHrate-l- v ll lurlmlilKrs twlint ill liillriiliallr liable to "taiifordi and each bidder etui Mild suctions a he .eiw tlieextriit uft lie nuiMMiitcif tlnrirtlmk therein at for as man) of TMluetbrrnif, out must iloMgniuc tne mi'iioii i ne the arIn tarh iibaii luaiMltluii I to tliuaiiiount It may ai a exisrntor, i iroper. All bids inn-.- t ilildlfitr shall Im' lit sections truitee,.U ,a fully a an luillThtual l)eforo 3 o'clock V. M., May an. IMH. bo tiled Icmlcrlntcour thatikito tluce who have rntruit-s- l tlii'lr biulnrsj tout. r trust they will rontlliua The Court reserves the tight to rejvet any to ilo o, atut wcodrr at a Kuamtitrefur irumiit and alt bids. The contractor shall give bond d to axineuiir 20)sir'' exstliiire iu to the Commonwealth for the beiietlt of tho ai lilivral arcouiiuoJatloiu aaare lonitilfDl C )untv, approved ecurlty to bo upproied with aotiuil banking. the l'lscal Cou it and uttited by the OlaCCTOKS. i County Judge Iu at least double tho amount J. J. Wllllaiiit, Ml. Vernon; of the value of tbevtork to beiUne mid ion- W. II. Cuiumltu, rrMlirrTllle; (lltloueil for tho faithful performance of tho J. II. Ownley, J. S Owsley.br., viork la maintaining the section or sections S. II. Shanli, William (ioocli, S J. Lml.ry, J. F. Cal .contracted for during the required time. K. l.rnu, A. V. Cariutt-r- , J. The bidder to send with hi bid the iiamo or i J. N. Maefr. names of his IkiiuIshioii. orriCKR. Tl.o roHils owned and contracted by tho S. Il.Sti.inka. President; will be recoiled arc . County for which bldn J. U. Owtley Catlder, ' as follow: W M llnglit eller Manfoid, 1I ltlver. tiarrtinl Count) mid White Oak Turnpike road eompahj hiiiI Car-- i coulaluliig "....,... miles. .Moiehiud ..in ...ii.... i'i... iiiiimi. niiiuuii niiiiiiiviiiiu i BANK tienieiT. Points mllus. iitaufoid and Logans Creek OF STANFORD, KY. Annual Sermon, iSunday, June oth, in tlio Christian Church by the Hev. .1. K. Manford and from Its Intersection at the Club Orchard pike excluding Smith, of Richmond, Ky, If any, tho poitlou In the town or no.viuuii Surplus, 15.760 Capital Stock 103,000. to tho limits of the City of Stanford. Annual Concert, Tuesday, June 7th, at S i m., in Walton's Opera Iloupe. and Carpenturs Creek t miles exAttention of the public l railed to the fjet that Students' Entertainment, Wednesday, June Sth at 2:.'J0 r. m In the College Chapel cluding tiorlloii In lliistonvllle, thlali the only National Ilauk iu Staofuril. n by graduating class, conferring degrees, Thursday, June mid llrudfordsvllleSH miles excluding Commencement the irorllou at the National ILtnk Act of Iliistouvtllo. Manford and Lanias-toil'l- 'i ileponitora nreaecurtil not only by the capital atock, 9th at 8 i M., in Walton's Opera House. miles, excluding tho jioitlon Iu the but by the atockiiohleiV llahlllt' lor an amount that the dock City of Stanford, Lancaster and Crali Or- eiiualtu lecured to luiul dt)xlioriof thljluitltu. n ot tlou are lire chard, excluding the portion In tho town of alnteiiientaof theby toiiilllloiiot the li.mk are aworo made Deer-in- g Crab Orchard, 5, miles, Danville and Crab each year to the I'nlled Mates (lorerimirnt and lit Orchatd, excluding the portion within tho assutaare exaiulntsl nt tuted times by KOiornmcnt & corjK)i ate limits ot Stanford. Rowland and agents, thus inuring additional and crlert lalet ilriKultor. I'rniiuiciiaiu, n4 miles, no)ie nun Lin- toThis institution originally establlnhed as the lt miles, Tuinotsvllle, A'cICInney Mucoln lkiuk of Stanford in 13S, rtstrganlieil at -, Hanging Pork the National Hunk ofStalilord then 1SC3 tton ami Coiroys .Mill milelu audaKalD mid Green ltlver 5 in ties, Danville, ilx Klv rrorxaulzed ostlie First National Dank of htanford er and Lancaster .'IJ4 mile-.- , Manford and lu las'.', has had practically an uninterrupted existmiles Stanford mid Otten- - ence for 35 years, It Is better supplied now wit. Knob Lick tacllllles lor trannactlc;; huslnris promptly and libifrrajSssAiiMMM flHJ 1 1 helm IV, miles, Stanford mid Halls Uap s iri m ""!" miles, ftumford and Preachersvllle 5 tulles, erally thaii kTcr before iu Its long and houorable career. Accounts of Indltldunli, tldnilsrlcs, firms Stanford and Milledgevlllu 7 miles, Itiish and Individuals solicited. Hrauch 5 miles, Crab Orchard and Chap-pel- ls DIRECTORS. Gap i miles, excluding Million In Crab J. W. Hayden, Stanford 7J.J F. Reld, Llncole Co.; Orchard, Highland and Wayne-bur- g K. It. Hauglnuau, " S. T. Harris, ' miles. TuruersvlUe, McCormacks Church J. S. llockrr, T.P. Hill, miles, Hiistouvllle and W. P. Walton " mid Knob Lick 5 ' W. A. Trlhble, McKiiiney Station 'ixi miles. J.H.Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Milter, Mt.Vernon. II. HELM, M, D.Elmore, Manford. J. 1 HAILEV, OrPICKM. U. Ii. loui r.lC. J. S. Ilocker, Fresldent; J. J. McRoterta Cuhla CoinliiltUti. A.A. McKloney, AslsUntCasbler. a, wHrf5 Monday. May 30, '08, B3BBEE 5. CaSTLEHtlli. i MAN. I. IIS V7. A. TBZBBLX, Farmers Bank&Trnst - S iiaHrsPS3iK j.vssi M sBEBsstfa .i3.jjty'tsMHm rk ilf-lli- s Jmmkmmfmmfm bank-Invali- JliMliilPl COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF Stanford Female College. . f. FIRST NATIONAL Hus-tonvll- lo lo Uu-d- jMir-tlo- Exact Size Roller Bearings Used In Binders Mowers rrr-r'- i De-Hi- "a ur ' 1 d FOR SALE Br U. D. BRIGHT. n ,1 mtiti., f H.tn, .fust.rtni ss, Hi j Muim H m4m pm Bmiiumlim Aj.i,a.