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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898052401 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. l t SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI I. church chatter: Kev. J. T. Sharrard preached twiuu at Somerset Sunday. GcorKO KUIoU. of Franklin, Tenn., fninted and full while L'ivlntr Ihh experience in a church and was bo badly hurt thnt ho will diu. Mr. Mercy Gray, who has ylvon I2o0,000 to tho IJaptUtehuruh Mucu thu death of her husband a few years aj,', in dead at Oakland, Cal., a:od 70. (Juarlor)y mooting scrvlcou will bo hold at thu Methodist church at Iliu'l land next Saturday and Sunday, Hex'. I). WalMh, of Lexington, presiding. Ill congregation at Lexington haa Induced the Kev. J. T Hoyct to withdraw hip acceptance of tho call to the Thlrd-- venue Baptist church, Louisville. Thoy will bullu him a now church and Increase hit salary. Tho word "girl" appears once in the Ulblo, and tho plural "girls'' Is four d uIm) one time. And anothor ttlmrulur fact is, tho word "angel" In the IJible in invariably u(l lu the masculine ponder and never applies to femalcn. Dr. K. M. Grscn, of Danville, was accorded tho high honor of election n moderator of tho General Assembly of the l'rosbytorlan church In Mission at Now Orleans. Thoro woro live INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 2J, 1898. GOOD FISHING IN FOREIGN WATERS. LANCASTER, 4, NO. 23 ! Lieut. Farra talked Interestingly tf the prospects of Company L., '2d regiment. Ho says that In tho Battalion We ordered It. Cuba nt Once. Tlie Schley (S y Sjundron will give the Spaniards a Surprise How happy tlicc soldiers would he if they could line Company L. is only 3d from tho sec the elegant line of front and in battle there would only I o two companies in fiont of "our boys." AND Tito with bo,) 25,000 SOLDIERS CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS $10 J. A thoy know thnt they are under immediate marching orders, but know nothing of their destination. After funeral services at the Picsbj-teria- n church by Rev. H. N. Faulconcr the lomalns of Mrs.SaIHe Palmer weio laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemcjery Sunday afternoon. She was tho wife of Mr. J. P. Palmer, tho tobacco buyer of Richmond, and formerly of this place. Mrs. Palmor, while living here, formed u host of friends and her loss In deeply regretted by all who knew her. She leaves two children aged respectively 12 and 14 jears. J. H. Patterson, a Lebanon attorney, was here last week. J. B. Douglass and wife, of Corbln. woie visiting Tom well-kno- sail seem well pleased both their treatment and their olllcer; Especia.ly our -i SHOES Suits, and have llicfr SUITS CLEANED and PHESSED before going into action. All goods Guaranteed lo keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as huttoiiH coming oil' or mistits. FINE! NECKWEAR.i-(DANVILLE, KY. - - - The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Qo., rvSS: r oot meress: 23S!3 r or iuvery is me - Telephone No. 136. 22: SS': ss : S2i:;ss : - g; 1 rji M i Right Shoe. . ft !i flm nonil-natio- and ho received W vote. UIh election win then made unanimous. Tho Annual Stale Convention of the Union will bo Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l A most held in 1'aducah on Juno attractive and practical program has been arranged. Kntertalnmontwlll be provided for all accredited delegatus on condition that their names are enrolled on or before Juno 13 with Kev. All the V. II. PInkerton at 1'aducah. railroads In tho Slate have made a rate of one faro for tho round trip on pre- sentation of credentials. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. uged Jordan Fralor, a Mexican veteran, fcO, died nt Lawrenceburg. John Illley left this week to make his home lu California. London Kcho. O Mrs. Hopper, of UusboII county, has woll-devclop- a baby which has two heads, three arms and four legs. II. G. Hall Is preparing to build a brick residence of the latest stylo on Main Street, pays tho Somerset l'ara-gocourt Tho MadUon county an election to be hold In November 10 vote on the question of Issuing bonds to pay for tho turnpikes acquired by tho county. E. II. Hansford, of tho Somerset Paragon, was (Kiinfully hurt by being run Into by a horse in he was getting out of an omnibus. The Uooi'tcr says tho hor&o was also hurt. It Is proposed to celebrate on the 1th of July of this year tho 100th anniversary of Richmond's corporate existence and a committee of arrangements has already been named. A daughter of Sam Thompson, of Pulaski Station, was badly beaten by a masked man who entered tho kitchen while sho was getting supor. Neither the brute nor his object Is known. 10,000 building that Is being A erected on the corner of Vino and Sixth streets, Cincinnati, will be trimmed with Rockcastle storm from the Lang-forquarries. Ml. Vernon Signal. Following are the deserters from Capt. Perkins' Uiirbourvitlo Cavalry, and ho has posted them: Frank Davis, Charles Davis, George Davis, Artcmus; Mason Fritz, Corbln; Charles Gilbert, Grays; William Israel, Lily; Robert Ovorstreet, and P. V. Rumsey.Corbln; Henry Smith, Geo. Owens and Sam Smith, Harbourvlllo. Cknthal, Univkksity. Elaborate invitations engraved on parchment to tho commcncemoutoxerclses of Central University have been received. The program of the week Is: Baccalaureate sermon, Sunday, Juno fth, nt 11- a. m. Kev. Henry M. Scudder, D. D., Carlisle; Y. M. C. A. address, Sunday, Juno .1th, 8 p. M. Rev. V. II. Marquess, D. D., Louisville; wepuratory commencement, Monday, Juno Oth, 11 A. M.; junior, oratorical contest, Monday, June 0th, 8 P. m".; class day, Tuesday, June 7th, 11 a. M.; meeting of board of curators, Tuesday, Juno 7th, D A. M.; annual meeting of alumni association, Tuesday, Juno 7th, 3 P. M.; alumni address, Tuesday, Juno 7th, 8 P. M. Hon. J. C. Flournoy, Fulton; commencement oxorcUcs, Wednesday, Juno 8th, 11 A. M.; annual address by Hon. Lewis Irving Handy, member of Congress from Delaware. Mr. II. is a grand ton of tho late Dr. Robt. J. Breckinridge and is a brilliant and accomplished young man. Tho Bonior class Is tho largest In tho hisyoung tory of tho college. Twonty-slyoung ladles comprise- tho men and two tli-c- u. d - x class. Lacy I. MolTett, son of tho preacher, Is among1 tho graduates. When you tin not ileeii for couhlug tako Cham burUlu's Oouiili Itviiioly. It always give prompt too, as It aid, rvlist. It Is mojt excellent lor expectoration, relieve tho Uagi anl preveuts any tewl-m- y toward piieuiimnla I or tale ny raig . Uoekcr Stanford, Ky. tM, I Hammond. Messrs. J. A. and R. A. Burn&lde, John M. Duncan and Tom Robinson spent Sunday with the boys nt Camp Collier. Lieuts. Farra and U1U1I 3liWV It'Ul U fl Whorrltt, Privates C. J. and W. ilUU 1LKJ! tX'll. iVIttilN tr llifj l II IIIMI -I'll! j- r fci J latl" . -nzrr Ned Burdett, Hughes v . tint wii tt uii jUL-"-"-Jgr- . "f ri : 1- - Dick Moore, Will Mnrksbury, !. r tia ' if!) -JelT Cheatham and Harry Robinson and :o .. ' v .. .. . .. .. ... fnpt. Mike Salter are at homo on 4S II The Leaning Shoe and ntrnisliing House, DANVILLE, KY. Vf hours furlough. County Attorney Mackerel." Uncle Sam's Catch of Letcher Owsley Is conliucd to his room with malarial fever. F. P. Melster, a Go to Danville at hooii as posslb o nud see'the Handsomest Line of IN THEGALLOF BITTERNESS he morning.'' Yet he swore he burn- former Lancaster boy, was here with ed them Tuesday morning. This per Cooper & Co. 's band. We are pleased IS THIS PRKACIIKIt, WHO HAS I'ltOMA- haps was only a dislocation of memory. to note that S. D. Rothwell, who fell III.Y Jl'MPKO INTO THKKBPKNI- As to why I asked him If ho were from a scallold at Dripping Springs, TKNTIAKIKS. lu the Latest Cnloilnga Ilvds, Moss, Green und New Mux ever shown In this State. Al- I said: "Why 1 ask you this sustained only slight injuries. CltAH OltfHAltl). May bo the rinest Display of New do not criuy, rude who but MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. "take my pen lu hand" to espouse the crazyquestion, is becutisepossession a man would get of cause of whisky, which Is a great evil Win. King, a soldier from Paris, got three letters not concerning him, but that is rogulatcd by State and National of great Ever nuido South of the Ohio IJIver. Tho trip will p iy you to see and know how Cheaply Interest and value to the send- a two days' furlough and going home vou can Handsomely Decorate Your House. You wil'l ml the latest styles for painting " If tho law, but-tanswer "A Friend liousos, and all Information freely given. sendee, and In which he had no n.arried Miss Elizabeth Sartain. preacher "under bonds" has retarded er and Thomas Morris, aged 04 and twice a pecuniary interest and tako them into the manufacture of a barrel or hinderAll Kinds widower, was married at Scottsvllle to ed the drinking of a drop, I am sure no the sacred pulpit, take a text upon preach a sermon from them and Mrs. Lucy Middleton, a widow of 12. Window Glass and Paint Ilrushcs and Art Material at one hero Is aware of it. And If the them, John Allison, of Lakevlew, 111., was keep them three days and destroy dear, good man or any of his adhcrgnts them'" so worried because his wife paid a big think so, 'tis certainly another case of I will admit that I deserve much symprice for her Spring hat that he has the ass, which carrying tho sacred dust pathy for the hard squeezing of my lost his mind. No. 300 Main Street. N W. MAY, Ci.ciiK. (0) of the departed hero upon his back hands by admiring friends when the QThomasWllcher, of Ravenswood, O., through a large city, thought that tho case was concluded. Among these Is wantlug for attempting topolsou his honors and praise, tho boughs and tho Judge Walker, C. McClure and many mother-in-lam who made her home at M .: llowers strewn In the way by tho peo- others competent to judge, Col. J. P. his house against his wishes. ple, were Intended for himself and put Chandler saying "Bobbltt. I am sorry Mr. and Mrs. E. Maynard, of Logan, on lofty airs. Cover and Wallen sell for that preacher and his lawyer; go up O., celebrated tho seventieth anniver- ffi M no less; James makes no loss nor more. there and tell that court to reduce his sary of their marringe on tho 10th. Mr. Tho preacher's efforts against the ball to $100." Dr. Browning, of IndiaMaynard Is Dl and Mrs. Maynard 91 whisky traltlc hero Is another case of napolis, never speaks of the case years of age. 11 tho gnat asking pardon of the In. for as a "roasting." 1 have a faint A. T. Herd, formerly of Kentucky, resting on his horn "I did not know echo of a recollection that some lady now of Prescott, Arz., wan married tho $3 j, you were there." " in ide tho remark about Battle How, 12th to Miss Susie Junius, of Harrods-brrg- , Tho preacher has, by detention of but I can not now recall who It was, and : ? Ky., at the home of her uncle, J. Judge Walker's report and destruction I hope I never shall because modest, Our Stock of Harper Junius, at Long Island City, N. of tho draft, obstructed the report of a delicate men like myself and tho beau- Y. They will make their home In revenue olllcer and delayed collection tiful refined ladles to whom I quote Prescott. of revenue, for which lie t liable to a poetry aud weave garlands of classic Tho president has appointed heavy penalty and to tho visitation of beauty for their brows, are like tho disCarlos Carbouel, of Cuba, an a U. S. marshal a- - soon as the facts are ciples. They do not oo much as know aide on Gen. Fltzhugh Lee's statL It I, mude known to thu district collector. that there be a Battle Row. Is said that he assisted Karl Decker in In regard to the postal laws the case Is My letters and speeches have one I not quite so clear. Rut I take It that grand virtue and merit, I am always liberating Miss Evangelina Clsneros : whenever one buys a postage stamp personally responsible for what I say from a Cuban bastile. and that on their way to this country they fell in love and V Is full of the Nicest and Best Things the market aflords. from the government and puts tnat and write, and my postolllce address is I are shortly to marry. & ujHin an envelope and writes a loiter always v: at the bginulng of my letter The marriage of Rev. Henry N. and inserts It in the envelope and seals and my name always appended to ftf the Miss Margaret Mason will it up there is a contract bet.veeu tho bottom. Fontaine Fox Dohhitt. take place at the Presbyterian church, writer and the government to carry In this city, Wednesday exenlng, June that letter to Its destination anywhere POLITICAL POINTS. J' 8th, at nine o'clock. The ceremony In the United States. The interest of ! The Seventh Kansas District Popu- will be pcaformed by Dr. J. L. McKce, ft With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes. the government attaches right bore i and now and If anyone by force, fraud, list Convention renominated Hon. Jer- and there will be a uumber of attend; deception or llndlug gets possession of ry Simpson for Congress by acclama- ants, friends of both the contracting I tion. parties. There will be no formal invithat letter and destroys It or Its valuaI Populists of the First Congressional tations issued, but all are Invited. ble contents, as a draft, check or note V District met at Princeton aud nomina- Lancaster Record. .V is liable under the postal laws to conted Ben C. Keys on tho llrst ballot. o Tolerably good pictures of the finement at hard labor not less than one resolutions were adopted. pair appeared In Saturday's Cournor more than live yours. This may bo George D. Todd has announced his ier Journal, but tho types got tho prosground for debate, there Is none lu tho WB HAVE JUST RECEIVED A candidacy for Congress, lu tho LouU-vlll- o pective Benedict's name Henry C. formor cao. district, just as tho committee was Flower. Now a to larceny under State law, It is not necessary to steal to gain, by about to declare Hon. Walter Evans, A Boston friend observlmr how mil- another's loss, It Is enough to steal to de- tho party's candidate for Itary commissions are being granted to stroy. 'Tls not necessary to ''take aud Gov. Bradley refused to make a req- some favorite sons, sends us the followcarry away" In all cases. 'Tls enough And aie olleriug some, uisition on the governor of Illinois for ing very apt parody: If you lind or obtain possession by misthe Negro, Bob Black, charged with Sous of great men all remind us take and then convert to your own use. How to make our lives sublime; assaulting a girl at This Is larceny also. becauso "tho wholesale slaughter For, with father's push behind us, The sacredness of the sacerdotal robe of We can get there every time vVy m JW aJW iriiif Negroes by uioIh In Graves county may save this erratic ambassador of and tho failure to punish their muHer-or- s Lexington is on a boom and all the skies from legal punishment in tho Stiitfoul, Ky. satisfies mo that to have this mau Call.aiul See U. Opp. of her public splrhedness. A State and National court, but thatnlono sent back there would be to have him big brewery Is about completed; work will shield him. The letters were not "improperly addressed," J. B. Owsloy, sent to his death, and that he could not on the SUtO.OOO court-hous- e will begin Stanford, Ky., plain enough, "Collec- obtain even a semblance of a fair trial.- this week; a 540,000 city hall Is likely punto bo built this Summer; tho State Retor Internal Revenue, Danville, Ky. If guilty he deserves death, but ishmont should bo indicted by law and form School cbntracts will bo let In OMIclal business" in large print plain THEnot by mob." enough. Tho letter to Kesslor Sc Co., about 10 days, and the Odd Fellows' E. P. Barlow, a Barren county depuChicago, 111., in largo print plain ty shei'itl, has deserted aud left his Widows' and Orphans' Home will bo built this Summer. enough. This last letter, with Its print- company at Lexington. ed address, mnde such an Indelible Gov. Black, of New York, has Issued When You Have a Bad Cold impression upon tho mind of tho sucred You want tliola-J-t medicine that can obtained an order disbanding tho ltfth regiment dlvluo that lu speaking of his cook, the aud that I ClumberUIu'i Cough Itemed)preacher called nor Julia Kesslor all You want a remedy that will not Only giro quick of the National Guard for disobedience of orders. Thoy refused to obey tho tho time; aud when I called his atten- relief lmt ettoct a permanent aire. toiiwauta remedy that will relieve the lungs order directing them to go to Hemption to tho fact, he admitted it was t, and keep expectoration easy. stead, L. I., on tho plea that tho tho truo ho did so, but could not You waul a remedy that will counteract any tenbeing mustered Into tho regular reason for It. Yet ho said lu his testi- dency toward pneumonia. army, would lose Its Identity and its You waul a remedy that Is pleasant and afe to mony he could not make out tho splendid now armory at New York. tako. And yet ho had committed one m Chamberlain's Coujh llemedy Is theoulymedl address to memory ! When lute Wed- clue lu use that meets alt of these requirements. M . l'.llslu ltcrry, of this place, says he ncer had nesday ovonlng I went after tho letters This remedy Is fatuous for Its cures of bad colds anyt lug do hint so much good and give such and draft and told him who I was and throughout the United stales and In tuauy foreign quick relief from rhenmatlsm as Chamberlalu's for lialiu. rlvih. that wo only wanted lettera, report?, countries, it has manybad colds,but, the speedy l'lntalus fromHe was bothered greatly with shoot-Istands without a hip t knee until he used this liniaud permanent cure ot drafts and that would end It, lyj told pser und lt plendld qualities am everywhere ment which atlords prompt rMief. H. K. Maker Mucker mo ho ha 1 burned them that day. I Druggist, St. 1'ari, Ohio, l'or sale by Craig A. and prated, l'or u!o by I'rai iloik'r Stanford, Ky, said. "What time In daj ?" he said, "In a'aiiwnd, Ky, -.. iuiu is uuru. ,1. o niiiKi: :i point oi niun people, my uuu can sell shoes once. Wo soil shoes over antl over to the same people. Steady trade Is the test of a shoo store. We have lots of such advertisement", our 1 . 1 ,... . . in m . I Walking All Over The Country. IX I - r- , " -- Jt t . CALDWELL ...& LANIER, . .' n "Spanish MEW WILL PAPERI 11 2f.I PICTURE FRAME MOULDING ! Window Shades, o of Paints, Varnishes, A. EI. GIBBONS, Danville, ! v now-onl- y FOOTWEAR .. I 1 v- ex-Ban- l ': Ladies' & Children's I Shoes, Slippers, 4 BlacH, Faul-conera- m Qocolafe, Tan, BroWn I H. J. McROBERTS, Of I hand-som- .Jut Antl-fuslo- n Car Load iPF.I Vehicles, May-Hol- d, bo-cau- se nil. Court-Hous- o, B. K. WEAR EN -- St SON. - ELDREDGE ! 'Ml n us-dg- n rogi-mon- ad-drc- ss. n; SEWING MACHINE. The Latest Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. V HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ( 1 f VI !! P!f I ;t r ? I I i i havo waked up to tho fact that a blun- tcntlary from Owsley county, for stealbly wanted to petition President der has been committed in not sooner ing. She is an orphan and probably to Aumirai didn't know it was wrong to steal. Ono not to allow any battles to bo sending fought on Sunday, but bettor counsel Dewey, and anxiety to ntonc for tho of tho orphan societies at Frankfort took charge of her. May 24. 1898 prevailed when It was suggested that delay is manifested. Stanford. Ky.. Judgo W. E. Settle, of Bowling great events do not "wait on any man's Capt. Joo Garrard, of the Ninth cavHis mission Green, hns ordered Deputy Clerk Roup bidding. Many of tho most notable alry, arrived yesterday. W. P. WALTON. battles in tho world's history have been is to recruit all the colored men he can to mako a copy of tho Bible. It was for the cavalry, A number of colored filed as an exhibit in a case, and tho fought on Sunday, not wo suppose was Sundny, but because that men have intimated that thov wanted owner wants to withdraw It. Roup it Tub rejwrt which was published cavalry". Mlddlosboro thinks ho can copy that part of the re Sunday that the American tleet had appeared to bo tho day to strike. Thcro to "jlnc the And so are we when it comes llargain-liivinevery day in the. week. Our older cord In about two years. is very little sentiment and less relig- Nows. met the Spanish tleet near Santiago and aro to Company report of exports and imThe April A member of tho Frankfort destroyed It, with only slight damage ion in grim visaged war. sent this to Col. Gaither and ho order ports additionally omphusir.os tho pheships, proved a fake to two of Its own The Courier Journal Is the only pa- ed the fellow drummed out of camp: "I, nomenal trade situation of the country. a3 might have been expected. The per that did not make u specialty of hereby certify that During the 10 months ending with Spanish Admiral, Cervera, seems to bo the fake nows from Santiago Sunday, the undersigned do and weak April we exported more of our own I am too chicken-heartetoo sharp for our men, but unless ho which leads us again assert that If it nead to servo as a soldier in .ho army. productions by 5121,1)20,202 than wo has slipped out of Santiago, as easily is n'ew and true you will lind It in the did during tho tamo period last year. John H. Wallace." us he slipped In, tho chances are that old reliable. Because Capt. Prater, of the Salyors-vill- e During the same time we imported less That persists In holding high prlres on goncrnl uierchnndtFc. We are continually face Sampson and he will have to troop, is 22 pounds overweight, foreign goods by ?i),O0S,O."3 than wo receiving good bargnins and wo bo love In giving our patrons the advantage of thorn-Iof whose fleets are said to TlKKU of lagging supcrlluous in tho Schley, both did for the corresponding period last Cupt. Perkins, of the bo in that neighborhood. It is expect- rear, Editor Green H. Kollar will this and because troop, is three inches too tall, year. ed therefore at Washington that a big morning change hla Carllse Mercury to companies Details of the tornado, which swept y day or two at a and here's betting that they were rejected, but their battle will occur in sny they will go with them or not at all over Northeastern Iowa, Northern IlliIs to he will soon catch up with the procesfartherest Cervera's intention nois and Southern Wisconsin show and exceptions may bo made. avoid a light, at least until ho can be sion. of the mustered companies that tho death list will be a long ono Members roinforce'd', as he is soon to be, for it is of the Second Regiment havo been and tho property los9 enormous. From sent out that two more squadrons arc given vouchers for a month's salary. Illinois 11) deaths are reported, Wisto be ordered from Spain to Cuban waTheir claims are being shaved, 10 per consin 21) and Iowa 37, total y3. Wis- Wo undersell them nil. Men's Suits In good colors nt f3. MenV Suitt in lilaak and ters at once. It is tho Intention of the cent, being charged by an enterprising consin seems to havo felt tho fullest new Spanish cabinet to push tho war scotch mixture, well trimmed and lined, nt 15. Lexington citizen. They were paid force of tho tornado. Reports indicate vigorously. Pity 'tis that Americans from the time they were ordered out. that fully ISO small towns suffered, can not make a change of some sort so A government shipment from St. more or less, and tho aggregate propthat this masterly Inactivity would Louis to Tampa consisted of two car erty loss will, It Is believed, foot up to end. loads or beans, 30,000 pounds to the car: $1,000,000. is again announced that Cuba is to It seven or eight car loads of flour; 10 cars be invaded this week, but the anLAND AND STOCK. of bacon, 300.000 pounds; four cars of nouncement has been made so often Hoys' Kneo Pants Suit for f 1.50. a good lmrgnln ut 12. Hoys' nil wool brown plaid pounds; 30,000 jwunds of soap, 100,000 that no one will believe it. till the Best hogs bring St.55 in Chicago suits nt our special price of 14.50; an 18 value. Wonderful (mcrinoi to he imulc In supplies and 50,000 miscellaneous troops actually leave. This time it Is A Glasgow man sold luO barrels of iwunds of plug tobacco. invading army will bo said that the corn at $1.2.). Mrs. Lunsford P. Yandcll, of Louiss 70,000 strong and that it will go wheth calves A pair of fancy ville, has been visiting at Camp Brad sold for i'lW, er Cervera's licet is destroyed or not. Tbe expedition for the relief of Dew- THE SECOND KENTUCKY OOES TO ley. Her only son, Lunsford Ynnilell, Horses with docked tails aro not alwho Is a member of C Company, is tho lowed In the English cavalry. UHICKAMAUOA. ey seems to have been unreasonably, only male member of the name left in criminally, delayed. He won his great C. C. Withers sold to J. II. Baugh-ma- n Men's Shoss that aro worth fl 50, go nt fl. Mcn'n Shoes thtit uro worth f2 go for ANOTHEU SPANISH HOAT CA1TUKED. the Yandell family, and this added to 1 and cabled that ho would battle May it Co. his crop of wheat at ?1.08. $1.50, Ac. Ladles' VIcl Kid .Shoes that cost you 11.50 any where oIm we now tell tho usual reasons made tho consent occupy Manila till he not attempt to Carter & Straub bought last week INVASION OF CU1JA NOT COMMENCED. lor $1 Our tan and black Oxfords for50o nnd 75c lire beauties. harder to givo than in many cases. was reinforced and yet not a single 600 bushels of wheat at$1.0i to $1.10. Thno who show the white feather American soldier is within 7,000 miles SPAIN WILL RESORT TO PRIVATEERING. bought of B. K. Wcaren J. H. Boone arc receiving rough treatment at Camp & Son 10 sheep, with lambs thrown In, of him, while Spain is threatened to send a Hect that may demolish him. It WAR NEWS VERY DARKEN OK INTEREST Bradley. Private S. S. Tyler was driv- ut$t. en out in disgrace after receiving very takes time of course to get things Tho Winchester Democrat reports Washington, May 23. The adrough treatment. Seargent Georgo F. sales of a lot of fair owes ut :' S7J shouldn't have taken ready, but it jutant general orders the Second Scbafler. who resorted to a ruse to bo each. month to start soldiers on their long Kentucky to move to Chlekamauga rejected by the surgeons, because he sail to the Philippines. Russell & Co.'s woolen mills, at Phil, We hnve hundred of yards of drc goods to cl( out nt a snrriflce nml Silk Barimmediately. was not on good terms with his captain, were burned. Lo-- s, $1,000; no InsuThe country is getting tired, mighty gains alto. Don't forget to look nt our was advised by Col. Castleman to leave rance. tired of what it regards as criminally Paris, May 2X A Rome discamp and did so. delay and are beginning to think that patch says Italy has protested Hogs are being engaged In tho Gov. Uradlcy has ruled that tho Prcachcrsvillo section 'or July deliva power behind the throne, there is against Cuban blockade as ineffecState troops who have left camp can ery at 3c. which is manipulating the administrative. not bo treated as deserters, nor can tion at its own sweet will. To call on W. J. Loughbridgu, of Lexington, Our Nainsooks, Ac, nre given up Ut be tlie prettiest line for the pnr St. Thomas, May 23. -- An Amerthey be arrested and returned, because has bought 200,000 pounds of hemp at us uieaiiH thorough i"itifnrtion ican cruiser captured a Spanish The Ilopkinsvillc Company, known thov aro not In the State service as if $3 to 3.75. as the Latham Guards, has gone to bark North of San Juan Saturday. they were ordered out: neither aro they D. N. Prewltt sold to Georgo Tar- pieces. When the company left for In the United States service. They re- kington .1(5 shoup and 31 lambs for i2.10. Washington, May 23. ConLexington, Col. Latham, for whom it ceive no pay, and can not be rota! nod Advocate. gressmen HobbIns,of Pennsylvania, was named, presented It with 31,000. at Lexington against their will, nor M. 5. Baughman's Ogdcnsburg Is und Brouissard, of Louisiana, get The captain seems to have used a good can they be forced into service. making a good season, having already captain's commissions and gc to the amount of the noney for intoxicants Maj. Gen. Mcrritt left for San Fran served ovor 30 maros. T. I). ItVNKY, Miningcr front. und high rolling, for he hud to be recisco Saturday en route to the PhilipA. E. Hundley writes us that ho is lieved for unfitness for 'duty. To let Ilrnnch storoH nt (Jnrllsle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, l.awrencelnirg, CynthP Washington, May 2.'I. Regardpines whero he will establish a milita- making a big season with tine, yourg him down as easy as possible, Gov. nnnersnilles, Eminence, Clcorgetown, ElUuhetlitown. Frankfort. Mnuckort, Ind.' ing a current story, Gen. Miles emry government. The occupation army saddlo stallion, Ground Squlrol. Bradley appointed Noel Gaines capphatically denies that Cuban invaswill consist of between lii.OOO and 17,000 Jean Bereaud won tho Eclipse stake, tain and ordered Feland to Hopkins-vill- e ion is already in progress. Naval men, of whom 5,000 will bo regulars, worth $10,000, at Morris Park Satur and recruit another company, COMMENCEMENT experts figure Cervera out of coal and tho others tho pick of the volun- day. Kingdom was second nnd Millar but the young man didn't know when City of Pekln sailed Sun- third. and can't elude Sampson any longteers. Tho he was receiving a kindness and made er. day with over 1,000 men. Two more Squire John W. Woodring sold 1,500 a kick, whbh caused Gen. Collier to ships will soon be ready, and a third bushels of wheat last week to A. G. Key West, May 23. Speciul give out the real reason of order. transport has been chartered. Lewis Co., at $1.31 and a fraction. says that tho Cuban Insurgents are Feland claims that the governor's acAnnual Sermon, Sunday, Juno "illi, In the Christina Church by the Hev J. K. Elizabcthtown News lighting their way to the coast to tion is due to the fact that ho and his BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Up to date Nell it McSwaln, of this Smith, of Hichmond, Ky. join invading force. family opposed his presidential aspira Animal Concert, TuuMlny, June 7th, nt 8 p. m,, in Wnllon'g Opera House. bought about 15,000 K)unds W. F. Parker, proprietor of Hertford city, have tions and some of his friends met at Students' Entertainment, Wednexdny, Junoflh nt 2 30 p. ji. In the College Chapel. to IS ecntd per pound. Madrid, May 23. Spain seriof wool, from Springs, Is dead of heart disease, aged Hopklnsville and went, through that Commencement Ivwiyj. by graduating class, conferring doRree, Thursday, Juno ously considering resorting to priRichmond Register. 81. cheap way of sho'wing displeasure by 0th at 8 p. M., in WnltonN Opera Hoiimj. vateering. Plaudit added another laurel to his s Local option was defeated by live denouncing Gov. Bradley. Some brow by winning tho Oakley Derby. votes In an election at Wickllffe Satur of his men, who were doubtless The volunteer army now numbers day. Only Leiber Karl ran against him and glad of the chunee, followed tho cap- 110,000 soldiers. 2,0S. Mm. Lena Soarrl. an Insane widow he won In a gallop. Time tain homo, but four of the The president has appointed Duncan W. E. Merkley has bought enough of Poughkeepsle, N. Y., decapitated ollicers and 2G men remained Hood, son of the & Confederate general, wheat in Marlon at 81. OS to $1.10 to and Capt. Gaines says he will have no to bo a colonel. her two children. Morgan Gross killed James Tolliver sell at a profit of $2,000 in Chicago. He trouble in filling the company. Thepatriotlcjladies of Ellzabcthtown Entoi-prlsin Leslie county, in a fight which grew sold some of It ut 81. SO, says the The white paper 00 which The Echo fed 350 of the Wisconsin volunteer out of a land boundary. is printed has increased in price 2o per troops as they passed through that Tho Prix du Jockey Club (French A Bloomlngton, 111., tailor, commitcent in the past two months. London place. suicide by driving needles Into his Derby), of $27,.r10, for William Jennings Bryan onllsted in ted miles, was run Sunday, f Echo. True, alas too true. But the one and body. It took nine to kill him. Cardo-Fois too much of a partisan to tell in Company A, of the new Third Regifirst, Dux second und wtu Echo Family troubles caused William R. the reason, which is because a republi- ment of Nebraskl militia us a private Parker to stab to death his brother-in-law- , Cahabat third. soldier. can robber taritl bill passed since J. E. Madden's winnings at tho Edward Busby, at Hillsboro. Col. Gaither proposes to give the inauguration, put a practicalLouisville meeting were $,.)3.j. PlauWhile lifting heavy timbers, David portion ly prohibitive duty on paper and makes Second Regiment a practice march of Rogers, of Valley View, broke a blood dit earned by far the greater of this sum. J. C. Culm, was tho next trusts possible. Months ugo we told of two days to the Kentucky river und vessel, dying a few hours afterward. lurgest winner $2,S.")0. the formation of a monster paper trust back this week. Kid McCoy had no trouble In punch Polo has left Americr but not until Army mules must be l."i hands high and prophesied the outcome. The gov-- , In the glove con- and must tfoigh 1,000 pounds. Tho ernment gets nothing by tho measure. ho had established a system of spies, ing out Gus Ruchlln Y. There were xne trust gets tne 20 percent, increase tnat win Keep his government well contest at Syracuse, N. government docs not want to pay but 20 rounds. j posted on our affairs. $100, but crop timo makes the prices of which Bro. Dyche complains. The wife of W. A. Wilgus, a news- range from $120 to 8140. PPolcd Mr. W. paper man'and of Hopccn7o7thc Louis-- 1 GV' A GREATER per p Dowcy's blockade of Manila is Suporlntondont of tho Oin- - klnsville, died in Louisville from the Legion wa rejected than from ville growers. It has caused the price einnati Southern railroad, on his staff, effects of an operation, aged 41. any of like number. There aro two hemp to advance from $3 und $3.25 with the rank of colonel, Sonny James, u prominent farmer of City, cigarette smoking A privato reasons und the indications of tho first Mlssour retri living near Murray, was shot to death per hundred to $4, . ... ; dudes are not of the muteriul of wh ch ' , , . menu wus kuiuu unu u uozen otners by work hand named Frank Cochran, arc it will go higher. Tho importation a soldiers are made und the examining were wounded In a wreck between of Manila and Sisal from tho PhilipDIIHrtnon ant A jrtmn ttint wlfthf linirrh who claims the killing accidental. ,. Is ono Chattanooga and Chickamuuga. pines has been tho main thing that lies C. C. Vogt, of Louisville, was elected passed feigned disabilities. of hemp down. thing to be a parlor soldier. It Is a' The total number of enlisted men in Right Eminent Grand Commander, of kept the price tbe nuvi' on Mai' 1S!,3 was 2Mi, an tho Knights of Templar In Kentucky. different thing to go to war and be shot Jack Color, Leonard Clancy and An' Jncreaso of 80 per cent, over tho regu- - Louisville was selected as the next down by'a measly Spaniard. drew Johnson bavo been arrested for lar establishment In peace times. place of meeting. burnlngthe tip houso of tho Laurel Co., Cait. Ballance and tho balance of The 21) days of the war which the Charlie and Minnie Beehoven, near at Pittsburg. Tho governor had o tierthose in charge ut Camps Collier and United States Is waging against Spain Rcdkey, Ind., sought refugo from a of 3250 euch for tho guilty Bradley seem inadequate for tho duties havo cost this country so far about storm undor a troc, whilo on their way ed a reward ubovo jmrtlcs llvo in und parties. Tho imposed on them. Fully three weeks $80,000,000, or nearly $3,000,000 a day. to school. Lightning struck tho tree around Pittsburg. have passed and yet but one regiment Advices from Havana aro to tho ef- und tho current killed tho boy and put A GOOD WIFE Is ready for service and that only parti- fect that there is no fear of barabard-ment the girl's eyes out. Wo are authorized to iiniiounco ally so. This Is making haste very there. The military commander AtPikoville. Joseph Branham, the always tries to make her homo dainty nnd slowly and if that had not alo been of the city says he is well prepared for 1G year old boy murderer, was given a attractive for her husband, nnd sho never tho policy of the administration, tho an attack. fails to hnvo the walls redecornted for life sonteno in tho Kentucky pen for Of Miullson County, n rnnillilatc for In tho Klirhtli CoiigrmMowil Suminor moiitliK when "cleanliness tho war might havo been over before any When tho two cables from Santiago' the brutal murder of Mrs. Nancy Dam of Kentucky, ....I.l.i... to tin; ui'tlnu District is of the next to godliness." We lmve exquisite r.i of our men were ready. "" .,! Sn ma (lomoeruuc jinny. o Kingston, Jamaica, shall havo been ron, a respcciaoio " u. Tit, ellects In wall impen., and a handsome Cuba will be cut off from tele- age alone kept him fuom hanging. mc ofwindow shades nt low prices We A JURY of 12 honest and true men cut, HON. G. G. have iiimi n lino line of picture mouldings graphic communication with tho rest Thos. Nulty, who In November last has just decided on their oaths that of and frames in artistic designs. for the World. killed his three 'sisters und young bro- Of Sholliy County. Is a eniiiililuto DUtrletof McKlnley carried Kentucky. It was in In tho Klghth UongniHslonul A dispatch to tho London Mail from W. W. ther at Rnwson, to muke room In his Keiitueky, subject to the action of thoilom-ocratl- c u suit by an Ohio man to compel a KenHong Kong says that anxiety Is felt father's house for the girl ho intended party. tucky stakeholder to pony up, aftor ha - Kentucky. of to marry, was hanged atJoliett. Fifhad declined to do so because he claim- there becauso of tho B. THOMPSON, HON. Mrs. Adelln Woods In chnrgu ed that as Bryan got ono of her 13 American troops, and that tho Ameri- teen hundred laughing and jeering Of Merecr, N a cundlduto for voter, McKlnley did not carry Ken- can consulate is crowded with volu- men witnessed tho hanging. Hranclf Store nnd Undertaking Outtlt nt for Congress In the Eighth Congressional tucky. A very foolish proposition, nteer. Gov. Hradley pardoned District of Kentucky, Mibject to the net Inn J howevtr, though a much mooted one. The administration seems ut last to Lou Emma Chandler, sent to tho peni- - of the democratic party. Ilustonville. Ky. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL The Northern Presbyterian AssemMc-Kinl- - The Spanish Fleet IS HARD TO CATCH, g be-bau- se d CRUSH Our THE FLEET! n Bar-bourvll- lo 11 semi-weekl- Clothing Department Bos' foe? Paifts Sails j 50 Gs. Poll-Angu- Our Shoe Department, DRESS (MOBS Wash Dress Fabrics. The Louisville Store. Pri, EXERCISES OF t Stanford Female College. 1 1 two-third- Exact Size Roller Bearings Used In Deeiv ing Binders Mowers. o. three-year-old- s, one-hal- u Me-Ktnle- FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. I holp-hem- ... 1 I , Produce of all kind wanted. Highest Price. Mark Hardin. . 'ft hon. jab. b. Mccreary Cou-j;re- s- .ti wiu, -- GILBERT, C'on-gr- e-, WITHERS, non-arriv- J. Stanford. -- stnWf ft- - f&Ci nty-rr,Ar'"'y-w- pitf)m?r'rif!,:' '!!- -' 'm? ,.nW" ., . " -- - rt'yiy-yTi- i! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mrs. J. E.Lynn, Miss Mamie Lynn, Wanted Agents for Bower Gate Hon. R. C. Wnrren and wife, Judge M. 'Lock In Lincoln and Marion. J. H. C. Saulley, Col. W. G. Welch, Dr. W. Albright, Brodhead. H. Penny and J.S.Owsley, Jr., went Wi; havo ofTe,'ed many llr,VC9' but May 24, 1898 over to Lexington Sunday afternoon to Stanford, Ky., om' Cc countcr bargains caps the cli- tell the soldier boys good-bybut had Severance & Sons. thn ow,,v" liw-- m iinrr iu... k,.i, nihil w uun " imml E. C. Walton, Business Manaokh. tllCl!!. A I V... n mnnttrtn rTiit YA at Bowling Green will be 31.75 for the LOCAL HAPPENINGS, round trip. Sale 21th and 25th, limit It is not price but quality that determined the cheapneis of an tirtlclo. Duo finish destroys potato bugs, 6e h :10th. Wo hcU tho best goods only and at reasonable prices. Penny's Drug pound. W. D. McHoberts. Thunder clouds and showers prebtorc. vailed Friday and Sunday, but yesterA prkss for everybody on our fc day was clear and cooler and today will PERSOirAHDlOClETYGOSSIP, counter. Severance k. Sons. likewise be fair. Miss Mary Noel went to Danville SAMPLE lot of lap robes at wholesale TWENTY-FIVpersons were examinFriday. prices. B. K. Wearen ifcSon. ed for school certificates Friday und DoitN, to the wife of Matt Collier, of not Sensational The advertisement Saturday, but the examiners will and Rowland, a eon. Next Friday report till IJK. and Mrs. E. J. BltOWN wont to of Severance & Sons. Read It. Saturday tho colored applicants will Rockcastle yortorday. A car load of havo their innings. Just Received. Mr. and Mrs. Ciceko Gooch came Prime Cypress Shingles. A. C. COOPER & Co. gave one of tho best over from Wayncsbiirg to the circus. Sine. shows for the money ever seen here Missi:s Susie Lasley and Nellie New Wall Paper of tho latestspring and a good crowd attended. There was OrndorlT went to Louisville Saturday. M. Hank in returned from stylos. Prices made to suit the pur- no disturbance and but one arrest, a Mrs. S. S Crab Orchard man, who spent the Louisville SaUirday somewhat Improv- chaser. W. 13. McHoberts. night in jail for.dlsorderly conduct. ed. FROZEUP Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Mil TllOMi'S Wi:aui:n was over Palmer. Mrs. J. T. Palmer, who from Lexington Sunday to boo bin beet Freezers, Water Coolers and Rubber was a sister of Samuel Cochran, of this Hose at Warren & Shanks'. rcJ girl. count', and a cousin of Messrs. T. D. m SIDNEY GKEEN, Jr., of Springfield, wiP pay you to buy tho goods Sev- and O. J. Ncwland, died suddenly at It erance Sons oiler at oc If you have Richmond Snturday. Besides her hus VA lcnt a few days with thu Misses to save them till noxt Summer. band she leaves two small children. Mil. and Mrs. William Hamilton Owing to the heavy mo"emcnt of The remains were interred In the Lanwent to Lexington on their wheels Sat afloaded with Dewey caster Cemetery Sunday afternoon, - ! e, w 't m ,,i.i,.i. 1 Closing Out At COST TO QUIT m BUSINBSS. E to-da- y. Having decided to Quit Business, I am now offering my entire stock of 2few, Clean Goods at Cost. These goods were bought with the cold, hard cash before the tariff, hnce are vcrv cheap. CLOTHING. HATS. SHOES AND DRY GOODS, Notions, &C, must all go. Closing out a stock always means a loss to the own- ci , j. Know, out every articte must go and go at once. 1 mean what 1 say and to show it make tho following unheard-o- f prices: 10c "Work Socks at 5c; Best Calico at 3Ac; Apron Gingham at 'Sic, Pepper-ell- 's 10-- 4 Bleached Sheeting at 15c; Peppercll's 4 Brown Sheeting at V2hc; 10- -1 Bleached sheeting at 13 Good Yard "Wide Percale at 4c; 25c Floor Oil Cloth at 15c; 20c Table Oil Cloth at 10c; .$1.50 Work Shoes at $1; $1.75 Ladies' Half Shoes at $1.15; .?1.25 Ladies' Shoes at 82c; 45c Undershirts at 30c; Lonsdale Cotton, 5 Yd. Wide Bleached Cotton, 3 10c Handkerchiefs at fie. I can save you from 20 to GO per cent, on every purchase. jNow is the time to save your money by buying goods cheaper than you ever bought them before. Come early and get choice. 0-- Men-ufe- c. t l-- 2c; trains soldiers, the nrday. day special on the Q. fc C. had to be Miss Ji:an Buchanan is visiting her nlbter, Mrs. A. Addamn. Frankfort abandoned. Argus. Lot Sales. William Fields sold HlCHARl) l'HTTUS. of Lincoln, In visfour lots at Livingston last week, GO iting bin parents here. Somerset feet front, at $12.") and one 23 feet front, just opposite tho depot, for $2W. Mrs. Ophelia Thompson, of is with her sister, Mr. G. A. The Casey County Progress thus Lackey. speaks of itself: "We aro far behind Mrs. J. M. Elliott, of Washington yet. but arc advancing gradually and Qlty, U visiting her daughter, Mr. there are hopes that wo may notalways J. P. JonuH. lag In the rear." Miss Eva Lammkrs returned to OUR accounts will be put In Richard Lexington with Mrs. W. II . Klrby and DushV hands Friday next, with inIs her guuU Mil and Mrs. A. E. Ouihons and structions for hlin to bring suit. Pay Murrs wore up from Danville Sunday beforo that time and save costs. M. S. it J. W. Baughman. visiting friend. 'Mr. J. C. COLLINSWORTH, one of SOME time ago, Jamie und Hubert murohunts, Middluburg's Carpenter sent Dr. Joseph Price, of was here Friday. Philadelphia, go.it. He put it on the H. M. HUNT, of Faint Lick, spent battleship, Tcmh. and tho recent pichdvcrul days with his parents, Mr. and tures of that vessel show the animal as Mrs. J. M. Hunt. large as life. ... Will Wiutm, of the East End, wont to Lexington Friday to enlist In the The L. it N. has gotten out a valuable folder giving besides a map of the Lebanon Company. Friday for United States and esjeelally of the Miss Minnie StkaUM left Tulliihomn, Tenn., to sea ler sister, Southern" part, a large map of Cuba, Dominica, Porto Rico and Jamaica. We Mlhs Dora, who I 111. Mr. HovvmaN SMrrii. of McKlnnoy, return thanks for tho Louisville olllco wont to Pennington (Jap, Vn., Sunday, for a copy. Ro-iwrtUhi-livlllo, l-2- c; l-2- ter services at tho Prcsbyterinn church by Rev. nenry N. Faulconer. c; A THE Second Regiment has been ordered to Chlckaraauga Wednesday and all of Capt. Duncan's company were furlough. given the right to a Only 21 accepted, however, among them the following from Lincoln county: A. Dwlght Root, Ashby McKeo Warren, John G. Lynn, Arch M. RUTe, Albert Nowland, V. II Hall, John Gill nnd II. Rowan Saulley. The boys are In Hue spirits, with enthusiasm not a whit abated by tho prospect of going to tho front. Camp life agrees with Mr. Saulley, who has gained several ounds since ho got to eating Cincin 4S-ho- VJ wt - mr j JLWz. Lm. SHANKS SE! IrCi! '.'MIT- IT- - I'! ,WMTirT'tnlkr- - rTi'vr'ntwT.-rit- S3 In ' Home and farm mixed paints. Best the market. W. B. McHoberts. Carpenter, of the Inlirmary, asks us to suy that visitors will be admitted only Make Visits Short. Dr. J. G, SF1IIG IS HEBE And wo I wide-awa- ke to work for tho.L.' A N. M. A.Carrikr and Mrs. W. Watts, of Nashville, are visiting L. Mr. and Mrs. Mollis Carrier. Mrssrs. O. it. Jonks, of Middle-burg- , and Arthur I). Martin, of Mi. Salem, came up to 'the circus. W. A. ECIIANKS, formorly of How-lanand W. M. Hagby, of Paris, were here on their wheels Sunday. Mrs. d, L. M. Hllll, who has boon in Louis- ville with a string of horses, was here with his brother, June, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. b. S. Powkll, of Hustonville, are guests of Mr. John C. Thomp-on'- s family .Lancaster Mu-cor- d. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Vounu, of Pittsburg, wore guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Young, at Highpos- land. C. H. IiAYDEN, one of the best tal clerks on the iv. P., is spending bis lay ofT witli his friends here. Ho runo tlx days und rests up six. Dr. PKNNINiiTON and pretty Miss Lou Clark, of Doyle, took in Stanford in their spin around the circle In their handsome turnout Sunday. PR. H. M. I'll emu is visiting his parents in Madison, and from there will go to Frankfort to attend the State meeting of the Homeopaths. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Clmitis, good people of Lincoln county and parents of our Fred Curtis, have been enjoying a visit here. SomoiBCt Paragon. MR. E.J. TaNNRR tells us that his brother, M. C. Tanner, Is in charge of u detachment of engineers that have been laying mines in the Key West harbor, and orders his paper sent thither. MR. H. W. McCl.EAUY, wifo and daughter, Evelyn, and Miss Mathildo t. nimmlnttl. of Louisville, snent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence. Mr. McC. is chief rate clerk of the L. fc N. Hkv. Wood Lyttlk was hero yesterday renewing old acquaintances und bidding them goodbye. Doing so much entertained he forgot all about traU tlrao and had to lay over 12 hours inoro than ho Intended. MR. . Crab Orehurd, nro visiting Mrs. James Leo beforo leaving for Grossbcck, Texas, to spend the rest of their days with their children. Many friends of the good couple regret to see them leave their old homo. Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Warrkn and Miss Lottie Warren wont over to Lexington, a fow days ago, to see Ashby M0K00 Warren and to take him some good, home eatings. Ills mother tried to ilieit an expression from him of regret that ho joined the army, but he. protested that ha was glad ho had and would not huvo done otherwise for anything. and Mrs. S. Vandkrpool, if on afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday nati chicken. from I! to o, and that Mt. Vernon. K. C. Walton, who nnd Saturduy, visits must be limited to 20 minwent up to attend Court, sent these their utes. Items yesterday: A pretty good crowd, including two Bio Contrast. When Marshal patent medicine, saw court open this Nowland, who is not much larger than morning. Tho criminal dockot is an a loaf of bread, made since wheat ha" unusually heavy one, there being a gone so high, walked down the street round dozen men to be tried for mtir Sunday with Cooper's giant, who is 7 der. The civil docket Is light. Every feet tall, they created as much attenthing Is quiet hero and and the crowd tion almost as the circus' baud wagon. is the soberest I've seen for years. While bundling a small rille SaturDead. Logan R. Hughes received a day, Robert Welch, of Mt. Vernon, dispatch yesterday from his uncle, M. shot himself in tho leg, tho ball rang- D. Hughes, thut his brother Thomas In his foot. Varnon Hughes was dead and that ho A colored excursion will be run ing downward and lodgimr He Is In a critical condition and tho would arrive with his body at 1:27, from Louisville to Richmond, Saturday Tuesday,whenitwouldbo taken at once night, June 11, leaving Louisville at leg may havo to be amputated. 11:50 P. M. Returning, leave RichRoimiery was very effec- to Rush Brnnch burying ground for Highway mond at 10 p. m. Sunday night. Round-tri- p tively punished nt tho whipping post Interment. fare to Stanford j1 73. See E. H. at McKlnnoy Friday. Fes Trice, a The Christian Endeavor Society, of Farmer for particular. Negro, who has been before which Prof. E. L. Grubbs was presiwho Is dent, passed highly eulogistic resoluA DISPATCH says that Willis Duvall, tho courts several tlmos and said to havo been implicated in the at- tions, presented by Mr. J. S. Hughes, who went to Jackson from Lincoln county nine months ago, committed tempted robbery of Mr. George Alford, expressive of Its appreciation of his ho saw suicide by shooting himse f with a pis- followed Mrs. Melvln, who Huinmel-stcln'- s consecrated services and high moral got a check cashed at Jake deportment and promised to follow him tol. Tho only cause is said to be over store, McKlnney, and when some wherever he may go with their praya girl, as he had written several letcers jumped In her bug- ers. to her and had received no reply. He distance from town pocket-booMrs. gy and secured her was about 22 years of age, IN MEMORIAM. screams attracted John Mclvin's Badly Scalded. Baugh, who ran to her assistance and Died at Richmond, Ky., May 21, 1&9S, Josso Tiibb-- . son of Win. Tubbs, of tho after a chase captured tho little rascal. Mrs. Sallle Cochran Palmer, in the.!7th Turncrsvllle section, was badly scalded Ho was taken before Squire CotTey,wlio year of her life. by falling In a tub of boiling water at tho suggestion of the crowd), told the The death of one so fairly loved has while at a neighbor's housu. Ho was boy's father, Henry Trice, that if ho thrown an unusual gloom on the hearts playing with the children and was would whip tho boy till the squire said of her many friends, dispelling bright knockud In by one of them. Tho little he had enough, ho would not send him dreams and teaching that this world fellow Is In a critical condition. to jail. The father accepted the propo- can never give the bliss for which we sition and with a ruwhldc proceeded to Another chance por Patriots. wear the boy out, after making him sigh. It is hard to realize the sad truth; Ca t. J. C. Bryant, a Lincoln county shed his coat and vest. The licks fell tuatueatn nas claimed tier; that wc boy. Is raining a regiment for tho 2d fast and furious, the blood llowed free- shall see no more her pleasant countecall, and very much desires a company ly, the boy bogged plteously and prom- nance, or hear her kind words; but from his old county to help compose It. ised faithfully, tho squire called time This oilers a chance for a capable and and the crowd unanimously agreed that then It Is only dust returned to dust and patriotic young man to miso a company It was tho best whipping and fullest the lovoly spirit of our sister has gone and be its captain. Write to Capt. nttnnument of a crime that they had to God who gave it. The immortal part lives; what balm for bleeding Bryant at Lexington, If you Icel a de seen In a long time. .Mill hearts. Sallle possessed manv admir1 sire for marital glory and want to seo Day. Chief Marshal able traits of character, her tender, Decoration it with a captain's commission. . George II. McKlnney announces that sympathetic heart nnd unselfish nature and bound her to all with whom she came Tin: public school commencement the G. A. R., soldiers will unite In decorating In contact. It was this exercises, Prof. I. L. Grubbs, principal, and Miss Annie McKlnney, assis- the graves of tho soldiers of the Revo- disposition that bound her with strong tant, drew a large crowd to tho court- lutionary, Mexican and Civil wars, who ties to husband nod children and we house Friday evening, and it proved a are buried in Buffalo Springs Ceme- know indeed that their home now scorns profitable and pleasant hour to all. Kid- - tery, next Monday, uOth. Warren it desolato. God has taken her for purposes F. W. Allen invoked dlvlno guidance; Shanks' storo will bo headquarters and tho school sang America, und the or- thoso who wish to contribute (lowers known only to Himself, while we can chestra, coniosed of Mr. and Mrs. A. will loave them thero by 12:150 P. M. not understand tho Providence, wo can G. HulTman, B. II. Danks and George decoration day, where Misses Essie trust Him, for His promises and love. music. Burch, Annie Alcorn, Mary Noel. Min- Only another treasure has been added DoBord, discoursttd sweet Wcuren Hughes was salutatorlan and nie Munday. Sudie Kills, Susie Long, to tho house of many mansions. There Annlo McKlnney, at tho foot of tho throne she is waiting ho recited "Tho Curse of Regulus:" Mamlo DoBord, "Rest on Every Height,'1 was given Annio Bright, Anno Shanks, Belle and wo should wait in humble submis- s Denny and Ellon Ballon will boon hand Bion for tho summons, which will unite by Charles A. Wright; Lollus declaimed "Bugley und Four at to tako them in charge. Tho proces-- 1 i,er to ts and then parting will come Cardenas;" Miss Georgia Alcorn read slon will form at 1:110 p. M. i front of not and sorrow is unknown; therefore, and at 2 tho march to murmur not, weep not, God doclh nil un essay on "Reputation;" Lawrenco tho court-hous- o VauArsdalo declaimed "The Southern tho cemetery will bo commenced. Ar- things well. "Llfo makes tho soul Volunteer;" Jumie Carpenter "Tho riving there Row R. R. Noel will open Dependent on tho dust; Answer His Northern Brother," and the exorcises with prayer; Judge M. C. Death gives her wings Miss Annie Neal, tho valedictorian, Saulley, Elder Jos. Ballou and Co!. T. To mount above tho spheres. chose "Tho Great Truths of Life" for P. Hill will deliver addresses. A choir Is not tho mighty soul subject. Mr. Lueien Lewis in a will sing "Dixie" and "Tho Star her The son of heaven! very appropriate and llnely worded Spangled Banner," and when the decoBy tyrant life dethroned speech then presented thu diplomas, ration Is completed, Elder Ballou will Imprisoned, pained? after which Prof. Grubbs made a happy pronounce tho benediction. The Stan3y death enlarged, little talk, which closed tho pro- ford Gold Band will furnish tho music. Ennobled, dollied? gram. The ushors were Messrs. Logan Chief Marshal McKlnney has appointDoath but entombs tho body Hughes, Forest MeClary, Dexter Bal-lo- u ed tho following assistants: Confeder. P. Bright, Llfo tho soul." M. and Dowltt Grubbs. Prof. Grubbs ates, Geo. W. DoBord, Campbell Duncan and asks us to say that tho thanks of tho fi. S. Carientcr. Tho Maxim gun lias but ono barrel teachers and patrons are tendered to t W. Alenrn: Federal. A. C. Carman, Rlgney, J. T. O'Huir, J. W. Long and yet it can dischargeiiOO shots in a all who contributed to tho success of J. F. minute. nnd J. W. Adams. the exercises. 11 ii m m are now prepared to furnish you with the be3t quality of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES i Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. CRAIG & HOOKER'S. il ONCE IN A LIFE ME Do you see such an opportunity to purchase Summer Wash Goods at such ridiculous y low prices. Herctbey are. ( Ginghams, Ducks, Challies, Organdies, Lawns. Kegular Prices 10c, 12Jc, 15c and 20c. We now offer you k. Three-year-old Choice, PER YARD. Come early if you want 5c- SOVS- - thee goods They can't last long at these prices SEVERANCE mi'iwtmzz&zsi' ' zr "- St - s. c "m - "t". l ox-Unl- A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. Timothy Hay, Mixed Hay Clover Hay Millet : Straw Feed Oats Shipstnff 50percwt Corn Chop 45 15 " " Chicken Feed " " v COAL. 70 " " Soporbu. 40 20 " " Falls liranch Lump " " JellicoLurap 45perhu. JellicoNut lljperbu. 10 10 ' " " " 70 per cwt Special prices on both feed and coal in large quantities. Roy-nold- J. H. BA UGH MAN 6t CO. MASTIC MIXED PAINT Will rover nioro space und ! WEAR : Wo LONGER. Invito full inspection. A Than any other upon this inurLu t full stock of Lead, Oil And Colors Also In Stock. PEVfly'S DRUG STORE. m - & -J-. .n.a f X THE INTERIORJOURNAL aPo.'blS.ols.oa.Tvj.aoAo.sTs AT arid, rrid-txir- S12 PMHYJCAK1X jvrVA;VCK -. ra- - When noi wiiaiuu- .' - l&i. N THE nt 1.0S Mi. .. M. adopted a device to preventjust such occurrences and has since attached it The to nil Its passenger equipment. device is quite simple, consisting mere-- 1 d steel hook which of a is placed immediately beneath the with a horicoupler on the draw-hearight-angled, Hnllwny Iiitprovenicnt. "One of the great troubles tlint railroad companies have had to contend s with In the past was the falling of on the tracks, resulting many lines In disastrous wrecks. A year or tuo ago the Baltimore & Ohio railroad A draw-head- KENTUCKY CENTRAL , 4 U DIVISION. 2C Stanford at .Sl Arrt'e at Itowlaud at 12.00 :o ' XI I.eives Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Arirtiesnt Stanford iv. ' N- No. II Train going North .......... '' " No. 26 " " Nwth No. 85 " - S3 " ' " - ....12 ifr p m .... 241 a m ..I2 4 n m .... 1 27 p m For nlllPolnts. BO'IOII TICKETS SOI.U. HAUGAUF. CHECKHD THKOUOH. For Mir Information enquire ol JOK S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AHD CINCINNATI. . m. tJ:2o" . fi.sn Trains leave Frankfort atwith J. A r. i. a. m. ami M ami 1 r. St., C anil and 8-- town with Q. .1. M. A C. und reaching p. si.. cDDiKPClln 1 at &: rankfort at 11.33 Uive l'arls lslvn u Ni:WT(N. A. O. I'. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 11 p in No. I South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North " ?j!am 1149 am No.3 " No!5 Ha. 3 No. " ' 11 ther titan Juiicllon City ami Sand only to does not stop. No. 2 stops only for 9 ami 111 run no furfrom South of Somerset Njiii-crse1 passcn-Kr- Ham 8ft.pm "10 " "4 " 6 ' GOO 3PW am s U Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dellclou. , mm. BAwN POWDER Absolutely Pure PO9ER CO., YORK. ROYAl BAKIS3 NEW NOEL(S6SON, -- Dealers In- - Coal, Corn And Hay, Order and Feed Exchange near Uull-roa- d Crossing. I)eiot St., Stanford, Ky. Coal Yard. Mill St.. lately .1. II. Hlgglns' Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. 1 OfHco A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky Offlcoover Mcltoberts' Pru Store In the'Owsley Uuildlng. DB, W. B. PEMY, Oeutlst, : Office on Lancasterstrect Stanford, : Ky. at Residence. J.G.JrtcCkAY ! some one of his visitors. On that day his choice fell on the little girl. She was fairly trembling with excitement when her turn came to shake hands with him, ii nd he spoke n few words to her. Her fnce beamed with pleasure at tlio unusual attention, nnd when he took the flower from his coat, leaned over and gnvc it to her, her eyes fairly t danced with delight. She held the In a recent Georgia case the majority precious carnation fast with both hands of the court held a barber liable for a as she left the white house, and I'm hat taken from the rack while its o ner quite sure the withered flower will find-was being shaved. Chief Justice Week-le- y place among her most treasured bedissented. He said: "It hath never longings. happened, from the enrliest times to A cnll to nrms has just taken back to the present, that barbers, who are an ancient order of small craftsmen, serv- Arkansas a man bound for Alaska, reing their customers for a small fee and ports the Tacoma Ledger. He had come entertaining them the while with the this far intending to go nt once, but a small gossip of the town or village, have telegram came to him stnting thnt his been held responsible for a mistake company of the state militia was ormade by one customer whereby he dered to report for duty and he turned taketh the hat of another from the back. The man was P. II. Foley, of Lit common rack or hanging place ap- tle Rock, Ark., captain of a company of pointed for all customers to hang their Infantry of that city. The governor hats. There is no complete bailment of had chosen his company as one of those the hat, the barber has no exclusive cus- which were to be called out for the use Capt. tody thereof, and the fee for shaving is of the national government. man, with a too small to compensate him for keep- Foley Is a tall, ing a servant to watch it. He himself marked military bearing and n detercould not watch it and at the time shave mined nir. He was glad to receive the the owner, while the loss of one hat summons, for he had wanted to be sent would absorb his earnings for a whole to the front for some time. "Shall I go back?" repeated Capt. Foley, as though day, perhaps for many days." astonished nt the question. "Of course "Six regiments of cavalry are here," I will. If my company has nn oppor writes a correspondent from Chicka-maug- tunity of going to the front I urn going "camped within a short dis- with it. I would not think of going to tance of each other, numbering some Alaska when there was an opportunity 1,000 men nnd as many horses. Naturof going in the other direction in the ally, the men ride like Centaurs, and interests of the country." there are many horses of fine build and People who have attended national action. Trained to their work, many of conventions will recall the orator of the inthem display a remarkable degree of street. No one ever telligence. They know the calls ns well corridor and the knew whence the orator came, but he as do their riders. In lining up it is far was loaded with political data, and was from unusual to see some horse, who never known to hesitate at a question. suspects his nose of being a little too Ho discussed platforms more than far forward, look up and down the line men. When the crowd became too innnd move backward the few inches sistent he moved to some other plnce. which will put that nose just where it Thither the crowd followed or a fresh belongs." one gathered. As long as the convenAmerica is justly proud of her vet- tion was In town this orator remained. eran soldiers of former campaigns. When the crowds left the orator left, They nre coming from every hamlet and and was heard of no more until the next He is now In New York, hillside, just as they did when Lincoln convention. says the Sun. The war has brought him gave the signal. The only trouble is, they seem to have a pardonable idea out. Be explains the bulletins in Newsthat everything in the nature of a war paper Row, and lnte iu the night, long belongs to them, nnd that it is their after the throng has gone, he rallies the right to do all the lighting. Such an strngglers under the nearest light and exhibition of patriotism and bravery tells them exactly how the war is to be deserves the fullest recognition, and conducted, and the crowd encourages the lesson will not be lost upon the lilm with liberal applause. younger volunteers, who may have to The swiftest craft afloat is said to be content themselves with a modest posi- the Kllide, which has been placed at the tion in the rear rank. service of the United States governThe pressure of women volunteers to ment by her owner, 12. Burgess Wnrrrr., enter the army was never so great as in of Philadelphia. She Is fitting out for a this war. They are ready to serve any- torpedo boat and dispatch courier, and guns. where that Uncle Sam desires. Fif- will be equipped with rapid-fir- e Her fastest mile was made in one minteen hundred girU who make hats in Connecticut have offered to enter the ute nnd 35 seconds, and she could run militia. Several hundred young wom- from Key West to Havana in two hours. en in Nebraska who can ride and shoot 6he is 60 feet long, and her draft is have organized companies nnd urge the three feet six inches. A quadruple exgovernment to muster them in and or- pansion engine nccounts for her speed. der them to Cuba. The mothers of the One who has traveled on her says she republic would be surprised to sec 6eems to cut through the water without disturbing it or leaving a wake. these girls, but not ashamed of them. The Kllide's planking Is of double-skiRev. Thomas Skinner, of Chester, Del., mahogany, and her finish throughout while on a bicycle run met some of his is very hnndsome. congregation crossing a bridge over Some of the "boys" who volunteer Chester creek. He dismounted, says a from the national guard into the local exchange, and put in some good United States service fail to tuiss the words with them about the virtue of physical examination. But prompt payment of a pastor's salary, required they are full of fight all the same. A lie became eloquent and gesticulating, stout private of the Second Illinois regand in n grand sweep of his hand caught iment who had failed to pass dashed his thumb in his watch chain and the his hat angrily on the ground nnd nest moment the watch sailed over his challenged "any healthy man in the shoulder into the creek. regiment" to fight him. thought draw-headwell-built a, n zontal arm projecting slightly at nil angle to the direction of the track. falls' the safety When the draw-hea- d hooks not only assist In jamming the s together, but absolutely present their swaying from side to side and thus becoming disengaged. The steel hook is placed In such n position that it cannot be jammed or broken oil in the coupling of cars. In actual prac tice this device, we are told, has proved exceedingly satisfactory and has not failed in a single instance. Something to Ilrincmhcr. Somewhere In the country there Is a little girl who will remember a recent nfternoon ns loug ns she lives, says the Washington Post. She was here in f ashlngton on thnt day, nnd with her mother she stood In line In the east room nt the white house to shake hands with the president. Mr. McKlnlcy has of late adopted the carnation, nnd wears when he recehes one in his button-hol- e the public, it is not a red carnation, like the flowers Mr. Springer, of Illinois, nnd Senntor Brice used to wenr, but It Is nu exquisite shade of pink. The president always enters the east room with his carnation, but when he leaves the flower is gone, for he has given it to PUBLIC SALE Wo will sell at public m Bluo-Cras- s ! J. T. SUTTON", Hustonvillo, .mmmm On Thursday, June 9, '98, 20O Acres Undortulcer, 1 a Kontucky Land AiliolnlniMiiir home, sltliatod on the Stanford A Ollinheiui pike nnd South of the Cral' Orchard mid .suunr (troTo Silmol lbie. In l.lmilu county. or IxsprliiRs nil It Ihlsliiml Is well nale'cil, runiiiiiKiill thr tune hand) to ihunhesiiid m'IhmiI . kimh) tielghlHirlmod Ikiiim-and in good tatoof nil. tl vat Ion. Will ulvjH'll.one OflvTt hl services to Ilia isiple of West Lincoln and Casey counties. Full lo'k ol ColUeiaiul hand 0 I). 8. Cxrie titer. Malinger. HOIJXS) TO SELL All llioso Malta Cultivator, Allllio.su Hall bearing Deci Ing mowers, All those Hall healing Peering binders, All those nice working Pouring hny i a ket, All those neat looking hiiggien, All those solid Oak Milts Furniture, All those croH rowing corn planteis All of thorn- nt 1). L. Ilimtonvlllo, Ky. CAlU-KNTIMt'- BUGGIES, SURREYS Phaetons, Roucl Wagons. We etui save vou from $ In the vehicle lino. to S'i.l nil nn-thi- QUIT PAYING BIG PROFITS Yoko Oson. 1 Dry Covr, 2 G:od DarhamJCorc psx! as new. 1 Ken-tAmlCaWr. 1 ky Wheat Drill. Tin nlmt Plows, I Hill M.lo How, I Shut el Plows, 1 Waller - Wood Mower, I I I Iteniier and Hinder Heieford Hull, 1 extra tltw horse, and many bllier arllrlrs too tedious to mention. remit nirfde known uti tuy of sale ami mIo lo ! F AHIIMIAM Rlnat II t.C A CrnliOr. hard, K. an .. and eouio to lit. lot in .oil ywit a vehicle liioaper than you can buy It In IVntral Ky. W. J. UO.MANS CARUIAOK CO 10 1m Lanc-aMer- DR. R. W. PHGLPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, . Ky. AC.SNE. Ukalkk Ik Season of 1898. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS a Stanford, sum- - - Kentucky. 1L 1CJ MC Ofllieovir lllggliis, MiKlniie.N's Store. B M H9 I Mlih mer roort will be open for the of guoMs. to announce that this popular Mason Hotel AND DOORS, MRS. U. D SIMPSON, : SASH l'ror.. month. Kuduued rules during the For Information In regard to nito, etc., address T. II. WKIOIIT. 2 Crab Orchard. Kw JUKTE , 1898. flrt Lancaster, tnblo. "Everything meet nil trnliiH. Kentucky. ii STANFORD, KY. Newlv furnished; clean beds; Bplended tirst-clI'ortere SW FIRE INSURANCE Store Room & Goods FOR SALE. er LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. PHENIX : A hotiio and lot In Morelnnd Station, the main building 00 by 30. two.torle. high, up-pThe Ladies Restnurnnt is the Ilne.it in story tit led up 'for dwelling, xultable for small family and a side building II by 00, the city. Kvory convenience for Indies corn crll)-.- , ware riH)tn and salt shed, well spending the day in the ctty. arranged lor a general store, have Iwen fell-lu- g Ueiuluiien's Cafe on olllcc floor. from $13,000 to $20. (HH) worth of goods annually, Is offered for sale. THOMAS A. MULLICAN. Caledonian Insurance 1HOG. Co., oi Scotland. KOUND1CD PRICE, 31,200. 1...II. , Music - Also a good stock of good at prime rost. I'ntll the house and goods are sold In a T Manager. Tnediv, Thursday and Sunday Evening. . Ill . ..11 .......1.. f..a. ....-- I. .1. l.luM.1 ....- - R.B.MAHONY.Agt., STANFOltD, UY. t11, aflor tho iaih of w T(0 July and the goods sold at auction, reJ , gardless of price II. 11. KINO. Moreland Station. Ky. Souttiern Railway TI1K Jones, TINNING J. T STANFORD, KY., H. C. RUPLEY, SYSTEM. SOOTH'S dlTEST PF.NF.TUATF.S & PLUMBING, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean' Kentucky. Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia. Illack Diamond Itoof Paint . Telephone No. North and South Carolina. 20, residence Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. Alabama, Mississippi II. Ilaughtnan & Co.'s Mill 2l-- tf EIGHT GREAT STATES Is Receiving Ills Fall And Yt'lntcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Jouh II. Castlkmax. A. (I. I.AKIUM. To TurnpiKe Through Sleeping' Cars Iletween Iiulsvlllo am' the South contractors. the Fiscal Court of Lincoln County for metaling and repairing the turnpikes of Lincoln County, which Is to include ditching and keeping Mime open, repairing and keeping open the culverts, repairing and maintiilnlng the bridges thereon, all bids to In) Hied on or liefore THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way lietween Louisville and Lexington W. A order of the I'tsoal Court, directing the'TurnplUes of the county to be let out Iu eotlons from -' to 3 miles to the lowest and best bidder, ealed bids will be rwelved b Hv -- Washington. W 11 Tl'ltK, 0 P A . II C TAYLOR. A (J. P A LouUvllle, Ky INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. Monday, May 30, 98, BIG 4 ltOUTC. BURBEE 5. CaSTLEERh. MANAUI.ILS, TJNDESTAKER! And Dea'er iu Ohio is one of the latest states added to the list which will be otllcinlly represented at the exposition. The legislature of that state has passed a joiut resolution directing Gov. Bushnell to appoint a commission and to solicit contributions for the preparaJoe Rust, of Atchison, Kan., is cook on board the warship Olympia, and his tion of an exhibit of the commercial, intownsmen, according to a Missouri pa- dustrial, educational m. I artistic prodper, are claiming credit for the splen- ucts of the state. did light put up by that vessel's crew A queer conscience ease recently came nt Manila, holding that no man can before the pension burenu, reports a tight well on poor victuals. Chicago paper. A veteran in San Antonio, Tex., returned $379 pension It sounds queerly, a "hay trust;" but money, to which he was not legally enthat is what has recently been formed titled. On investigation the bureau disin Chicago, to be called the American covered that the money was rightfully Hay company, and composed of 100 of his, and it wns returned to him. the of Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. A palmist who read Commodore Dewey's hand In Washington In 1803 A refrigerator ship will supply Adtold him he would be engaged in n batmiral Sampson's fleet with fresh food tle within three years, in which he and ice during the summer months. would be slightly Injured, but that he 2flrank J. Hood, O. P. A., Chicago. The comforts of home are not entirely would never lose his life in battle. E. II. Dacon, D. P. A., Loutsvllle. Ky relinquished in modern war. " HARNESS, SADDLEEY, && STANFORD, KY. take: the The largest gun on the lowa and Indiana, the most powerful of Admiral Sampson's fleet, is the effective at eight miles. Such a gun weighs GO tor.--- , is 10 feet long, takes a charge of 550 pounds of powder nnd throws a projectile weighing 1,110 pounds with nn energy, nt the muzle, sufllcient to perforate 20 inches of steel. This is the message ready for the Spanish cruisers if they are in the West Indies. "I fighting was what they wanted a fellow for," he said; "I don't see what difference It makes about my heart. A bullet ain't going to kill me any quicker than any other man." Trans-Mississip-pi 'MONON,' The Popular Route to CHICAGO. dried-grass-buye- rs shall bo laid oil In sections of ft out two to live milts each: each to U numbered consecutively from the end of fame nearest Stanford," and euch bidder can bid separate ly for as luiitiy of saw sections as ne seeswie secuon. i mprojier, but must jwi urns inusi IMUUIllg snail oe oy secuons. bo Hied before ;i o'clock r. (.. May .10. IsOv The Court reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. The contractor shall glvobond to the Commonwealth for the benefit of the County, approved security to bo approved by tho Fiscal Couit and attested by the Count Judge In at.loast double the amount of the value of the work to be done and conditioned for the faithful performance of the work lit maintaining tho oectlon or sections contracted for during tho required time. The bidder to noutl with his bid the name or names of his bondsmen. Tl.u roads owned and contracted by the County for which bids will bo received are as follows: Illver. Garrard County Stanford, Dl and Wlilto Oak Turnpike road company containing 5J, mile. Moreland and Carpenters station 4 miles. Klngsvlllo and Pleasant Point SJ-- miles. Stanfoid and Logans Creek from Its Intersection at the Stanford nnd Crab Orchard plko excluding If any, the portion In the town of Itowlaud to tho limits of tho City of Stanford. and Carpenters Creek 4 miles excluding portion In llustouvHlc, lliistonvllle and llnidfordsvlllo 2,' miles excluding portion of llustonvlllo. htanford and Lancas-tei5- 4 miles, excluding tho portion In tho City of Stanford, Lancaster and Crab Orchard, excluding the portion In tho town of Crab Orchard, B'1 miles, Danville and Crab Orchard, excluding the portion within tho corporate limits of Stanfoid. Itowlaud and miles. Iloylo and LinCrab Orchard, 14 coln 24 miles, Turnersvllle. McKlnnuy Station itno ColTeys Mill 0 miles, Hanging" Fork and Green HlvorS miles, Danville, Dl.x lllv-e- r and Lancaster 'I1 miles, Stanfoid und Knob Lick 7'i miles, Stanford and Otten-heli- u Vt miles, Stanford and Halls Gap n, miles, Stanford and Pnachorsvllle S miles, Stanford Mid Mllledgevlllo 7 miles. Hush Ilrauch S miles, Crab Orchard and Chap-pel- ls Gap 4 miles, excluding portion Iu Crab Orchard. Highland and Waynesburg 1 miles. TurnersvUlo, McCortuacks Church miles, llustonvlllo and and Knob Lick 5 MuKlnnVy Station 2U miles. II. HELM. ue-ignJ Ilus-touvll- lo and the contract to expire Jan. 1st, lsOS. All metal shall be the best obtainable and available to tho road, broken sulllcli-ntlfine to pass through a three Inch ring at lis greatest diameter, Wherif a continuous stretch of lock Is required, shall be hot liss than four Inches deep In the center and spread out four feet Gravel to bo good and reasonably free from snnd and dirt and five Inches Iu the center and a fcpruad from four to live feet, as the condition of the road requires, ltotli elav.es of metal to be furnished by contractor. The object of the court lsto'haothe roads kept In a lied to Iw condition. The toad rounded so ns to pruvent water from standing or running thereon, nnd Iu no Instance to Ihj al'owed to cut through tho metal. The work received or rojecteil iiy the County Judge and Magistrate Iu whose district tho section Is located. All of snld pikes tlrst-class toll-pavi- ng .The Ilett l.tueloind I'mru TOLEDO AND DETROIT AH Points In MUlilgan. Commorco Building, Louisville Agents Ttirou bout the outb. CHICAGO. ' White Cltr SperhuV' W. A. TEIBBL1, Ical sent, ST. LOUIS. AToldlng the Tunnel IVt Terminal Matlon. Stanford, - - Kentucky. Co BOSTON. Wa;ner MeeplnxJCars. Outlet I'arlor Cars, Wasnrr SleeiMne Cars, Prlval l Uam and Ilo OtMi'iarttiienl Cars, ing Cars. l.lc-au- Farmers Bank&Trust OF STANFultP, KY. NEW YORK. Paid up Capital, SarplttJ, $200,000 00 17.603 80 Ho sure your ticker E.O. McCOUMICK, read via "1110 KOUU " LYNCH WAKM'N'J Traffic Msr., Ass. Wen. CINCINNATI OHIO l'a. A Tkt the Twice"a"Week Courier (Journal Will Print it. twlce-a-weepa-H- If it is Worth Printing Ilj proTlilmu of It, charter, drsillur r are drisltun In National Ilnnki, fullr pioteotrd It itiarrtiolden liable to int lirid IttdlTldunlljr therein at theextent of the ainoiiiit.it their itook the par ralue lliensif, In addition to t lie amount in Midi aliaret. It luajr art in di-cuto- ri'tiUeriiiour thankato thooo trliu liaveeutruit fd their biKluisvi to u, rrr triot tlu-- will cuiitltiu to iIum), and we otter a, a giuranlrofur prumptat trillion to anieour i0 yeara experlrme Iu bank with auuud hanking, trustee, Ar ,aifullr aa an Individual. line and n liberal arcsiiiiiuudatlotia no are cumUtrnt J.J, And F.very Democrat. Kvory Kepubllcau. Rvery Mali. Woman or Child Oio can road will uniit to read it. ' k Courier Journal Is a Tho of six or eight page. IsDemocratic sued Wednesday audSaturday of inch wepk. Tho Wednesday Issue prints all the Clean News, nnd the Saturday Issue prints Stories, nf . ll...llti,i ... J, mill .... timl I .'ll.Vll'"'.I, I'fMilfv ...... fill" ........il-. edited.In.. by clal Interest In the home. It Is Henry wattersoii. maiCTOHs. William,, Mt. Vernon; V. 11. Ciiiniultii, Preachenrllle J. S Owflej-.SrJ. H. OwMer, S. II. Shauli, William (loorli, M. J. Kmbry, J. F. CaL, A. W. Curpcntcr; J, V.. Lrtiu, J. N. Meuefee. ., orricaKS. S. II. Slunk,. President; J, II. Ownley CaOdfr; W M llrli-h- t '.. - . eller PRICE good-payi- Surplus, $15,760 Capital Stock $100,000. per t'soful nremluuis are glvon Club ICuNcrs, Attention o( the public la called to tho f.ict that commissions are allowed HiUli the only National Hank in SUn'onl. 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All subscriptions under this offer must bo W.P.WALTON. s,ntto Stanford, Ky al ol j.to.oeo Kire sworn tlun are secured by statements of tin) condition ol the Dank aro ruude each year to the United States (loveriiment and Its assets are examined at stated times by Kovemiuunt agents, thus securing additional and T(ert salet to depoMturs. Tills Institution originally established ns the De then reorganized a losit Hunk uf Stanford iu the National Hank ofStanlord Iu lfM nndagaln reorganized as tlio First National Hank of Stanford Id 135.J, lias had practically nn uninterrupted existence for V yean. It Is lietter supplied now wit, facilities for transacting business promptly arid lib. erally than ever before In It long and honorable career. Accounts of IndUMuuls, fiduciaries, tlriai and Indlrlduals solicited. lb, S.T.Harris, " J. S. Hocker, " W. P. Walton F. Held, Lincoln Co.; T P, Hill, W. A. Trll.ble, J.II.Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, M, I). Elmore, Stanford. DIHICTORS. J, W. Hayden, Stanford S. If. lliiugliuian, " J S. Hocker, A A. . omegas. J. J. MclloburU McKinney, AiianiCuliler. CasliU