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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898052701 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. M SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. POLITICAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 27. 1898. MT. VBitNON. ln-jsn -- NO. 2i hands on it I might have been wheie Iter. G. W. Boiling that "Hoi In tliu .seventh District the demo- A PKW 1TKMS 1'ICICKt) vp nr AK l. J. ut" Dick Tate is, "Canado." Mr. J. cratic rotnmittc has been called to MAN WJ1IMIT1IKKIS. II. Hilton, who moved moot Juno 15 to call u (.'ougrossionnl Thd weu'.her was no good for farming several months ago, is from Lincoln one of convention or primary. that hardly the average crowd unvaristaunch citizens and merchant, HoproiuMitntlve Tawney, of Minneso- ed circuit court at Mt. Vornon Monday, ta, Inn made u poll of thu republicans but what was lacking in number wim and like the rost of the latter i milking money. E. C. W. of the Homo n ml tlnda KSil of llieni for madtt up in soberness and good behav" " the annexation of Hawaii. ior. Judge U G. Williams Is very T."VERNQ?r Senator Ltudsiiy made it two hours mtich after the order of oar own John Lair, sou of Mr. Time Lair, of Coffey, and whnt ho hn dona for Bpueeh against the proposed corporabill tad tho whisky sollors since he took charge LlvlngsUin, fell and broke ens hr tue tion featu.ru of the ruvonuu of thu county Judjre ortice hu iwen other dav. against the legal tender issue. Tho ae mot. a The Eleventh District Congressional sutlloient to make it 'monstrous hard pruachwl Dacealaureato at the Pnb.tei l.,n chuirr to buy the stuir," iih an old topvr re- Committee will uiuet at London, June markiMl to me during thu day. Not Sunday by Dr. McMillan, of Hlehmond , to decide upon the method of selectLurj crowds attend .ouit t.alh. ing the Congressional nominee, and the until lalo in the afternoon was there any drunkenno-e- at all and then only it Judge Morrow looks unusually well time. and is striving to clear tho large dockJ. II. Davidson, of Somerset, brother few of tho boys showed tho clToct of et this court. lustrac-tlon- , too much juice. of the fcUHjrlntondentoI publle Supt. W. A. B. Davis held the teachAs stated in our hut Issue, tho crlm-miu boon upxttitod chief clerk In er's examination Friday and Satuiday. docket Is it big one this court and his olllec. Kit Farmer reeeutly had the A large numbur attended. Profs. Marplace, but watt compelled to give It up the term will last two weeks or more. tin and Dickorson weru the examiners. on account of Illness. The job pay Twelve men are to be tried for murder Mrs. James Maret, Misses Mattie and and it does look like tit least one hangJl.fcOO. ing might bu gotten out of that num Lena Ncwcotnb and Mr. Will Senator Dcboo has Anally determined visited their uncle, Mr. William years since John II. Wilson, ber. It has been that Newoomb, last Sunday at his home Rockcastle has bnd a legal rope stretch. of the Eleventh district, shall bo near Brush creek, it beingj his M)th and It Is said Ing and her heavy criminal docket is district attorney, birthday. the apKlntmont will be mndu this proof conclusive that she needs one now Mr. W. A. Morrow and his handsome week, says it Washington dispatch. and needs it badly. It Is thought that wlfo aro stopping at the Miller House. most of tho murder cases will be tried Wilson a week or two ago as good as this court. John Jarrett, who has had Mr. Morrow is one of the most eloquent told us he had the place nailed down. orators at tho Kentucky bar. Ho reElection Commissioner I'oynU says: two hung juries, nnswered ready for ceived his diploma to practice law at of Buck Padgett and his 'It is the determination cf Judge I'ry-o- the killingsecured with VJ jury was little trouble the early age of years and has since Mr. Kills and myself to apM)lnt none rapidly risen In his profession but thoroughly rollablo men uon the Monday afternoon. Pate Langford, Bro. Ira M. Boswell lilted his regular county boards and to glw to the people who with his brother, Elza, shot apolntmcnt here Suuday. He will King, from the ellects of which a fair election. We shall certainly do he died, is ill in jail and may not be conduct a protracted meeting at Livall within our owor to produce that ingston, beginning Monday night. He result, and It is only those who prefer able to go through his trial. There has also accepted an Invitation to adwere 20 prisoners In jail Monday night. otherwise that are disturbed over the The visiting attorneys at court so far dress thu "sonn and duughters of the new election law.1' are Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbin, and Confederacy" at Nicholasvillo on the attorney of Jerrv Sullivan, Messrs. W. A. Morrow and Calhoun. evening of June 4th. Mr. Welch, of Fleming count, arMadison, said to an Enquirer reporter: The latter lawyer Is from Lexington. rived Tuesday to visit his eon, Hobert, "Ills my impression that Mr C. C. Williams Is in every case of who-- e wound is healing rapidly. will bo the nominee. He is lmM)rtanco and has his The hands full He desires a primary W. C.T. U. will meet with Mis's Sallie very sanguine Tho two patent medicine men did a election. The district convention meet land olllcu business and tho way tho Carmichal next Saturday afternoon. at Lawrenccburg, Juno 1, to determine people spent their hard earned money Miss Grade McCall, of Maretsburg, is whether it shall bo a primary or con- with tho fakirs was a caution. The the guest of Miss Julia Colyer. Prof, vention. In any event we are conlldent scamps made them think nuil Mr. Dickorson visited friends here that McCrcary will win." prosperity had come with a vengenriee this week. Miss Lena Hereon, a llt'tlu oeauty of and that their medicine would make MIODLEBURG. Livingston, is visiting Miss Emma them live the longer to enjoy it. Pennington. Mrs. John Fish tells us Senator George T. farrls was lu town This is commencement week in Mt that three of her brothers, the Messrs. last week. Vernon and a big time In many ways James M. Hart has been appointed with the young people. The pretty Arthur, have joined thu army. Mrs. Magglo Thompson, of Louisville, is the potmatiter at Horca. little piny "Cricket on the Hearth" James II. Thomas Is will be presented Friday night by a guest of Mrs. M. Fish. Misses Mattic Assessor-eleNewcomb, Lena and- Bessie McClure seriously 111 with lung trouble. number of the college students; there will attend the closing exercises of drop-poArtomus Hrock, uj;od 'JO yoars, will be a party or so and thu beaux and hoolng corn In Hell bellun will have a good time generally. Culdwell Seminary, Danville. dead while The Collogiate Institute closed with county. With the exception of W. A. B. Dalooked buttor than at vis' new store and nn additional resi- interesting exorcises. On Monday Whoat never a Japanese drill aud other exerpresent. Farmers are complaining of dence or two. thote havo been very ' cises by the juveniles wore llstuncd to too much rain for their few changes In "thu old town" since I by a large audience. On Tuesday eveUov. Thomas Wilkinson, colored, was there in Septombor. Sho I not on ning, "Cricket on the Hearth," a play tolls us that this county has only one n boom like Livingston, but la holding given by the students was rendered. colored school teacher, and onu colorod her own, which Is doing well, times The graduating class received diplomas Baptist proachor, and that he Is that considered. By the wny, thu Livingston people are ho high up since they Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. one. of have gottun the dismtchor'solllce and ScrojL's have beon iriven the school for Our jKiople rogrot thu burning out next year. tho Wollon Mill at 1'hll. It was the so on that they actually want the courtWhile attending thu W. C. T. U. only factory of tho kind in tho county. house moved to that place. Thechnuge convention at Lancaster we had the Drs. W.T. Garner and W. L. Low-du- r will hardly bu made this Spring, how- plea-ur- e of meeting many friends of met on tho 17th inst. and amputa- ever. former days'. Tho court-houssquare Thu politieal situation In Hockcitstle ted John Dolk's foot at tho Instep. Uov. did not present as ploasing an appear- Gillum, who used to btf an M. I), before is all that the democrat' could wish. unco as of yore, onu side still showing he got to be a I). D., assisted them, and There is no opposition to Gov. the devastating elFecls of lire. The for tho nomination for Congress was quite handy at the businuss. Mr. s beautiful Holds eovered with Polk is getting along splendidly since and many republicans will vote for him aummndiuir Lancaster and the charm- In November. I predict that in llvo thu operation. well-kelawns have years that cour,ty will he in thu dem- Ing homes with W. C. Hr.vr.nt has made two attempt left pleasant Impression that time to enlist In the war against Spain, but ocratic column to stay. Certainty it can not era-e- . He'ng tho guest of Mrs. Komuthlng stood In his way oaeh time. will, if .Mr. Da v Icon is put up by the Margaret Gill, wo can most cordially Tho Jirst lime his heart failed him on republicans. Hi.i distribution of pie attest the hospitality of Lancaster's reaching Lexington and he roturned has not been at all satisfaetorv, us ho citizens. We also had the pleasure of here to meet tho ridicule of his associ- will Ju mdo iiwaru of lu November meeting in their homes Miss Amanda ates, which" was more than ho could next. PrcHtratiou are already being made Anderson, a famous teacher of Garrard stand, and he retraced his steps and county, Mrs. Weisigor and her excel-ln- t ollered his services, but was rejected for tho Brodhond fair, which will be mother, Mr. Kiunaird, and Mis. on nccount of defective eyesight. Ho held Aug. 17, IS and 11). Secretary A. Kobort Elkin In her beautiful country is now at homo, where ho will probably E. Albright thinks the exhibition this home. At tho latter place wo had tho remain until Uncle Sam forces him out year will eclipse all previous ollorts. opportunity of gaining an insight into The purses and premium- will bu far by draft. one of the important industries of the more llbural than heretofore. county, i. e. poultry raising. Mr. HobMcKlNNEY. Mrs. Harriett Orm, of Brodhead.who Elkin makes a specialty of raising is 02 years old, is a remarkably well ert Probably 1100 people assembled at the preserved woman. She docs her own Ulack Miuorcas, of which he has 500 depot here Wednesday to give the housework, walks with as linn a step now on hand. He uses the Incubator for hatching tho chicks, taking olT from Kentucky troops a greeting as they as most of women .10 years her junior from loO to 100 at a hatching. This A largo Hag waved them on went by. and reads readily without her spectabreed Is considered very lino for their way. cles. She used glasses until several tho eggs weighing heavier than F. M. Ware has returned from a six years ago, but on one occasion could those of ordinary fowls aud one hen weeks nta at thu Joseph Price Inilrm-ar- y not tlnd them and tried to rend without in Stanford. Mrs. Ll.zie Gooch, them. To her surprise and joy she laying from 0 to 24 eggs per month. Wo also a former school-matof Klngsvlllo, is visiting her son, Wil- found that her sight had been restored Mrs. Toutvisited In her pleasant counon tho C. S. hero. Miller, lie, section foreman She is fond of dally papers and keeps Miss Fannie Davidson, of Somerset, is well posted on subjects pertaining to try home, where many remembrances visiting her sister, Mrs. Charley Crow. tho present war. Mrs. Orm taught of happy school days were recalled and expatiated upon. On Saturday wo reH. W. Walker, wife and baby came school nt Walnut Flat a number of turned, spending a pleasant hour while down from High Hridgo and spent a years ago. waiting for the train with our friend, couple of Jays with relatives hero. Mr. Some cowardly enemy poisoned four and Mrs. Dan Smith aro rejoicing over calves belonging to J. M. Crawford, of Mrs. Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford. their llrat born a girl, who put In her tho Brodhead section, a few nights ago. When You Havo a Bad Cold tiny appearance and demanded support Ho thinks he knows tho guilty party You want tlielieat iiiedUIno that can be obtained there last week. and when thu evidence is clinched ho ami that Is CliaiuWrlilil's Cough Itemed), You want a remcily that will not only giro quick young will make it warm for him. Mr. Craw- relief but etloct a Miss Dorothy Mauer, a pretty cure. You want remedy that will relieve thelung woman, secured an ax and chopped to ford refused $"o for the calves a short nml Lirp ex'ectir.itlon iny. pieces a, number of groups of Cupids, while before. It la surprising to see what a large You want a remedy that will counteract any tendecorated tho Fino Arts Buildwhich dency toward uieuiiK.nU. ings of the Exposition at Omaha, be amount of business is transacted at You uaut a remedy that Is pleasant and safe to . cause sho said tneir nuuity was a Brodhead. Tho half dozen or moro take. stores there, do a rushing business and Chamberlain's Cough Itcmedy Is tho only medl shock to modest feminity. these requirements. lite that if thoy aro not making money I don't clue Inremedy Is meets allforof its cures of bad famous This colds why. Two of them hud enough throughout the United States aud in many foreign When you can not sleep for coughing tuUo Cham. know Icrlfin'M Cough ltemedy. It nlways gttes prompt contldcnce in mo to send deposits to tho countries It has uiauy ytvaU, but, for the jeedy relief. It la most excelled for colds, too, as It ald4 Stanford banks by me, tho aggregate and nermaueut cure ol bad colds, stands without a y expectoration, relleres tho lungs and prevent ii.r aiitl 1(4 htil.iiil!d miilllli", nri ,.itrr ivli.ir. or sale by Crjl, .1 amounting to over $1,000. Had I known iiilriluiiillirahkd. For sale by CraU towardpiieumonW. .Hocker leudyncy tho amount before tho banker got his ataufuni, Ky. Hotter, btnnford, Ky. POINTS. Broil-head- 's PI-en"' No Mope Ilclnp f , i Book-Keepin- g. t .son t'ii I'r ! nn vln that tin' cl.it him p (lit Mitem, we will. iK'jclnnlii ifd wIilmi a m in can m lUe siio-e-"- ) In busl-- n In jsMB v'1HHI Wednesday, June 15, 1898, ?9fassHsk!.BsssH Sell Goods For Wih iv Tli.itik.ln i CASH ONLY. 1 ted stock of General .Merchandise nml Cash ltujuro will I! ml It to their Interest to lnspectyOtir stock and get price. r tlie puiille for the liberal hare of p itronago In tho p'lst we hops to Imvo a libera! share In the future. m-- r,.ii i -- s Hv COL. V. W. B. i SUKItlOA." , PERKINS. Crab Orchard, Ky. il New-com- b 20-od- d ut r, ex-Jai- ler Chief Train Dispatcher of tt c Krox-vlll- e division rf the L. & N., who reto ( uba nt Once. The Schley (S'y) Squadron will give the Spaniards a cently left Star ford, after it sojourn of We orde-"Surprise. How happy these soldieis would be if they could eeven years, for the new olllec at Liv ' hee tiie elegant line of ingston, was born at Newark, O . 112 yenrs ago. At an early age he showed a fondness for railroading and soon became an expert operator, climbing Especially our 510 suit, and havo their SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED before going into action. gradually up till reaching his present high aud most responsible position. He -is destined to go still further up the ladder of promotion and it wouldn't sur- All goods Guaranteed to keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons coming oii'or mlstits. prise his friends to see him superintendent before long. Col. Sheridan is a relative of the noted Federal general, Phil Sheridan, and like him has great 136. energy and vim. During his stay hete he made friends of every body and every man, woman and child regret that 25,000 SOLDIERS 2 ! CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS AND SHOES FIN NEICKWEIAR. DANVILLE, KY. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. f the mutability of railroad affairs takes ex-Go- v. Mc-Crca- ry sllck-tongue- d him from among u&. He says that Stan- (i) ford is still his home and that hu is going to claim It as such till he goes to a better one above. The pictuie given, I" which is an excellent one, would have been pi luted along with the notice of jj a large and enjoyable entertainment 1? that Col. Sheridan gave hero before ills departure, but it was unavoidably delayed. It will serve now as a re- J. minder of that joyful occasion and be ftl prized as a souvenir of the big hearted and clever gentleman who is never so happy as when making others happy. 1 1 TnTTnnrn WhLL UtltJlU rhM Are Important. 1 1 lj! N Your comfort, your health and your appearance depend "largely on the Shoes you wear. We make a specialty of selling IJj tJ I yi and Shoes that are dependable, that fit perfectly, that look stylish, at the prices you used to have to pay for very ordinary shoes We arc selling now a lot of Men's 11 and 5 Tan Shoes at 2. These are tine shoes and good, fresh stoe'r. The toe? are a little on" style. up-to-d- THE! BEST SHOES. S Jv Tij. M j CALDWELL & LAN1ER, The Leading Shoe and FtirnUliiug House, DANVILLE, EY. LANCASTER, '. a ct - d evo-nln- g i e j Me-Croa- Uesponding to the call for 75,000 additional volunteers, Capt. Ed Bishop will begin today thu enllstmunt of another company of meu from Garraid and adjoining counties. If Capt. Bishop is successful In raising a company Make your homes cheerful comH)scd of as gallant men as huc just gone from this section, and they will combine the two iorces and turn them loose on Cuban soil, they will Hits constantly on hand every tiling to make your houses clean and beautiful. 40,- eoou determine the question of "Free 000 to Cuba," and avenge the Maine for good count. 1 learn, through M. D. Hughes, that hl-- j brother, T. V. Hughes, whose reseen Window Shade, Picture Frames and a mains were buried near Stanford on The finest and cheapest you have ever of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine bofore buying. large stock Tuesday, died at Hot Springs', Ark., on bod last Sunday and requested that his home for Interment. He i brought No. 300 Main Street. Telephone No. 124. bad been an Invalid for many yours' N XV MAY, Clerk. but, by leasing a Magnesia spring and selling the watei. had saved enough to "-' " iy caro for himself during his long Illness ' ilJJ "llTliy IVot A. E. GBBONS 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, A. E. Gl k-- BBONS, Danville, Hi anu" eud his remains homo. He made j blue-gras- pt 11 - laj-or- s, e, 11 m,1 I V many friends in Arkansas, as he hud done wherever he was known. : James La.won, the stock ouyer of, !fiV Cincinnati, is here till- - week. Misses Frances Collier and Caroline Currey ' accompanied the '2d regiment to Chick-- 1 nmauga. Uucle Dave Arnold, of Xich-- ' olasvillc, is visiting his son, W. A. Arnold. James Dillon and John Stone ' IM. are attending the G. A. fl. encamp-- ' t'J ment at Bowling Green. Mr. George Smith, after a week's stay with his family, bus returned to Montlcello E. j V. Morrow, Capt. Mike Salter, John , Duncan, Tom Whorritt and George Smith, Jr., went over to Junction City Wednesday to see the boys leave. Our citizens are growing tired of the repeated allusions to that blur on Lan'! caster, known ns "Battle How." now boing made by "A Friend" and the k: Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbin It seems that theso mud sllngers could easily find scope for their war of words In their own county, without ruthlessly tearing open the old sores of sister counties. If theso "wind jabbers" would follow up their respective addresses, which they give, they could no doubt reach an amicable understandil ing. It is sincerely hoped that in tho future they will confine their warfare fit IE to their own trenches. James I. Hamilton, while returniug from Dauvillo in company with J. T. Cecil on Tuesday night, met with a serious accident. When near Bettis, their horse was threatened with the "thumps" and Cecil got out to give him a bucket of salt water. In order to do this he slipped the bit from his mouth, when tho horse reared forward, throwing Cecil loose, and ran toward town. Hamilton, who hud remained in tho vehicle, attempted to get out, but fell, striking on his head. He was rendered unconscious and was brought to bis home and medical aid summoned. Ho has been sulfering with concussion, out at tuts wutini; tt has cunsith-rahlolmlliislied lllld it l hoptd i hal liny ee- lo is results may be avoided. 1 I it f -- i m . Our Stock of I Ladies' J i I I Children's I Shoes, Slippers, & Bet Things the market atlords. & Is full of the Nicest and w V 1 Qocolate, Tan, Brotfn 1 i piacV I fiMl 4i With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts aud toes. H. J. McROBERTS. 1 4 RUBBER TIRES Furnished on Now or Old Vehicles. li .iP j r There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. J3. j '1 i 1 K. WFAREN St SOW. , -- . 3ga j 4 -- " ,'V " r" " -- -y '"tnflrT "w,'?'iy 'i 'J,MiM,i wfBpM jv1 " "t5 T ' '. Jf llil?'",vyiSiiMW -,- .m rf. - aSil' fr WMi " iNEIfryr "."a?1 v rn- - mrMtm n i; in "''j jaa.aytMifWiff I'ij" uj" " ' J,);Ki,:"T Rl'EB slnrr f.ho nlnptnrnl pnmmtaalnn Tho steamships Australia, City of tho act, tho train cro having fully composed principally of judges of the Peking and City of Sydney sailed from oxhonerated him. supreme court decided that Hayes and San Francisco Wednesday, carrying Elizabothtown, Hardin county, Is tho y in not Tilden was the rightfully elected 2,500 soldiers, tho tirst division of tho only presidential May 27, 1S98 president of tho United States, people Philippine army of occupation. Tho whoso noxt postmaster has not Stanford, Ky., have had many occasions to confirm tho ships are duo nt Manila about Juno 20. been decided upon nt the department. opinion that judges are no more able Mr. Freeman Hulstead, the newspa The otlloo Is not vacant until May 18, W. P. WALTON. than other men to rise above party and per correspondent who has been sen- 11)00. This country Is tolerably safe when render n decision against that party. tenced to nine years' Imprisonment for 'Things are apt to seem to man like the taking photographs of tho fortifica we aro able to roort an incroaso of color of the ghisses ho looks through, tions of Sun Juan do Porto KIco, has 11,500,000 In exports of general mer can bo driven in or driven out. Dr. Ayor's Snrsaparilla consequently wo have republican been conveyed to a convict camp to un- chandise during n war weok, as comdrives diaeaao out of tho blood. Many medicines suppress pared with the previous week, or an judges pronouncing the gerrymanders dergo his sentence. disease cover it but don't cure it. Dr. Ayor's Snranparillii The dally papers assort with As all mail communications oetween increase of $1,700,000, us compared with cures nil diseases originating was bottled up In made by tho last Legislature unconstithat Co vera impure blood by purifying the blood itself. Foul blood makes a foul body. Mako tho Santiago harbor, and that there was no tutional, that are against them, and tho U. S. and Spain having been cut the corresponding weok lust year. Col. Fred Roberts, Gov. Bradlcj's blood puro and tho body will bo sound. Through tho blood possibility of his escape This may bo democratic judges leaning to their side off, the postmaster general announces ur. nyers jsarsaparuiu cures eczema, totter, boils, eruptions, so and then again it may not. Cevora of politics In the matter. "A judgo isn't that matter directed to soldiers, sailors private secretary, fell down tho lot g humors, rheumatism, and all scrofulous diseases has fooled them so many times that it any more than a man, after all," said a and marines In the Philippines will bo stops at tho Capitol and broko hlsrighi , . is hard to tell where ho and his Capo 'young lawyer here once to his partner. taken on ships dispatched for its ports ankle and fractured bones in his right "Dr. a ..... Fa rsa pari la was recommenced , to mo ty my V log. Col. Roberts was standing on top Tho purpose of tho "I saw the attorney ou tho other side for ordinary postage. physician ns n blood purifier. Verde lleot are. When I began taking It I had rmnp or ixiiis nil over my body, but ono bottle cured me. I Tho Oregon, after tho sail of 111.000 step talking with his friends, when a American licet now is to open on the give him an apple just now, and I'll bet consider Dr. Ayers Sarsaparilla tlio lit'tlt liliuiil mititiMmi batteries cuardinc the entrance to tho ho decides the case against us." it Is miles, arrived safely nt Jupiter, Flu. plank gave away, throwing him down made." IIonneu Ciurr, Wesson, MIm. y ns bad as that, but it is a fact Tho irunboat Marietta and tho Buffalo and his heavy form rolled down stops. harbor of Santiago, with hope of draw- hard Freight train No 10 collided with ing the enemy out and of destroying that men are but men whether they are with her. The Buffalo was formerwear tho ermine or the robes of a priest ly the Brazilian orulzcr Nitohero'y, and hill engine 42!) at Colosburg while it tho plans for touching oil tho torpedoes in the harbor. Schley Is there and tho and wc shall find perfection in them was picked up by tho Oregon and Mari- - was taking water at tho foot of Mul-- d rough's Hill. Both engines and 17 Iowa and Oregon have been ordered to; only when tho millennium shall arrive, etta at Rio Janeiro Each who goes to Cuba will bear an cars were totally dcmolisro.1. John join him, while Sampson is said to be Henley, a brakeman on the freight, on tho North of Cuba, preparing to It Is announced that Gen. Wesley aluminum tag, with his onname, If he was It. hurt so badly ho died within an and home address convoy troops for invasion and to bom- Mcrritl , who is to go to the Philipis again said that tho pines and bo military governor, Is en- dies down thero this will raako Ic pos- hour. James Fitzpatrlck, hill engibard Havana. It invasion will bo made at once. At gaged to Miss Laura Williams, aged 20, sible for his remains to be recovered neer, and Engineer Chirk Rao and Robpresent there is no intention of attack- of Chicago. Tho age of tho general Is by friends or to save them from an un ert Clair, brakeman, were more or lrs badly Injured. ing Port Rico, as has been stated. The not given, but as he graduated at West marked and unknown grave. Is suffering from ti reign Key West authorities are doubtless watting for Point before the war ho Is far from be LAND AND STOCK. ol terror. Two murders wore commit the enemy to get as well fixed as possi- ing n Spring chicken. ted during Tuesday night, and tho best ble to resist the attack as at Havana. F. K. Tribble sold to F. P, HUhop IS citizens feel that unless the town is Those who have had fears for the ECHOES, WAR hogs at 3c. promptly put under martial law a state safety of Dewey and the holding of tho A Winchester firm has bought and Ul' to the hour of going to press, no of riot may prevail at any moment, so shipped lK),000 dozen eggs since vantage ground gained by him will be Jan. 1. dispatches concerning the war had been great is tho horde of crooks and bums glad to know that at last 2,500 soldiers A ear load of cavalry horses was And so are we when it comes Ilnrgnin-Givinevery day in tl ic week. Our order are riding the briny deep en route to received, doubtless because our corre- there. bought at Hopklnsvillo at an average are to the Philippines. Three large steamers spondents thought that the news was A monument is to bo erected to the of 8S0. memory of Ensign Worth Bagley, tho with their human cargo left San Fran- not of suflicient value. Winchester had tho poorest stock navy to cisco Wedndesday amid the grandest con- first oillcer in tho American court for months. But few cattle ofIt is believed that the last cable demonstrations ever seen on the Gol nection between Cuba and Madrid was fall in the war with Spain. Tho Post fered, best bringing Jets. of Raleigh, N. C. which originated the den Coast. They are due to arrive at cut Wednesday. Mr. Archer has sold 1,100 bushels of Minila June 20, which will bo seven Tho work of transforming Ft. Thom- idea, is receiving subscriptions, none the now crop of wheat to A. Vorls at weeks since Dewey's famous victory. as, Ky., into a hospital is complete and of which from any one person is to ex- SJo. Harrodsburg Saj Ings. Tho call for "5,000 more men means the surgeons arc readv to receive pa- ceed 81. Hon. G. A. Lackey sold to J. II. Tnnt persists In holding high prim on general uierchnndi.e. We nro continually rec Iving good bargains nnd we he love In giving our patrons the advantage of Spain has evidently changed Its mind Baughman & Co. his crop of wheat that the president has at last determin- tients. them. In Philip about JfOO bushels at 81.10 at his bin. ed on a vigorous prosecution of the war Fifty car loads of rations are arriving about Irving to reclaim the and that an invading army will be sent dally at Chlckamauga and the camp pines. Seven thousand troops that Wanted to graze 20 cattle ou splento Cuba and Port Rico, as well as to will soon be provided with provisions were destined for those islands have did grass, plenty of water and shade. now been detained near Gibraltar. A Four miles from Stanford. Luxon. Such a policy should have for 90 days. Robert been adopted on tho start and the war 71 Barcelona dispatch says the sending of Burnett, Tho president will soon appoint would now have been over, and some of second lieutenants for the regular army reinforcements to the Philippines has The Advocate says that 150 horses tho men drawing pensions. from civil life, no has a list of 15,000 been postponed indefinitely. for cavalry purpose changed hands at The war department attributes the 875 to applicants to select from. at E. P. Faulconer's stable Wj undersell tlu-As might have been predicted oven nil Men's riuim in good colors at f.1. .Men Suit in black nnd It Is said that Spain has sold tho Ca- delay in starting troops to Manila part- - Monday. before tho birth of Christ, the court of nary colch mixtures, well trimmed and llnod, nt ffi. ly to the dltliculty of securing trantIslands to France for 8:10,000,000. W. S. McGutro and B. II. Daltonaro appeals decided that the three judges, They port ships. Owners of vessels want an back from Jackson nnd Clav counties. have been practically mortgaged who were elected before tho statute cxhorbitant price. Tho war depart- - whorc lhey biniiZhl o0s to Franco for a long time. at iL!t0 was passed fixing the pay of appellate Charles Hcuser, of the Louisville Le- ment has In stirht tho moans for sond-- 1 to ao 50, judges at 85,000, instead of 34,000, are gion, who went to Lexington with Co. ing only about 7,100. It offers $l,000a Beubeu entitled to the higher amount. Wo E, has gone insane probably over war day, or SHU.oOO for tho trip, for tho itsu of Mew Gentry sold to Luther Suee. Harmon, Iml.. a are glad to know that one of the judges excitement and a love affair. of a vessel. It Is thought that vessels dd Berkshire pig for ibQ. Mr. Gentry appointed to hear the case, O. H. WadCol. Jova, of the Cuban army, who will have to be Impressed. lust your sold mure Berkshire pigs Hoys' Kncu I'miin Suiii. for i 1.50. n good Urgaln at K. Koy' nil wool brown plaid dle, Esq., of Somerset, dissented from U. S. Consul at Matnnxus Brice, of than any otiiur in Kentuokv.- - Advo stilts nt our sHJcil prW of f 4 60; has just arrived at Key West, says that tin IS nine. Wonderful arrifire to be mndr in the opinion, an honorable exception to when the New York attacked Carde- Bedford, Iowa, says: "I wish to assure cate. the genaral rule that any fee or sal- nas, she killed over S00 Spaniurds. tho volunteers in the different States Potts A: Duerjon's wheat shipHHl to ary that can be obtained Is fair. The Dewey cables that there Is no change that thero Is little danger of the United Chicago did not grade as No. 2, and decision is a salaiy grab pure and si tuin tho situation at Manila, but other Suites soldiers falling victims to di- they received 1.17, instead of $1.00, as ple and none tho less reprehensible bereports say that food Is becoming sease in Cuba. I speak from experi- reported last week. Covington, Arnold cause is made under the forms of law scarce and high and riots are expect- ence in the province of Matauza, k Bro. bought 7,700 bushels of wheat by a legal decision. where there has been greutost suffer- from Wm. Glysplt, of Paint Lick, at Men's SI o s that are ed. worth f rt), go at Men's Shoes that are worth 2 g f. r John McDonald, of the Kansas State ing among reconcentrados. The phys- $1.05. They also bought a car load Sl.V), Ac. Ladies' Vict Kid Shoe thai rent you Capt. Claim;, of the Oregon, is made r0 any where elo. we nw Mil and Spaniards In from Potta & Duerson at SI. Richof tho right kind of material for a Teachers' Association, states that of ical ills of tho Cubans for f I. Our tan and blnok Oxfords for 50c nnd 75c are lieatitle from deplorable sani mond Climax. naval commander. When he ai rived the 3,000 Kansas volunteers mustered tho armies result . ut Rio de Janeiro, tho war board want-- 1 into service, fully 600 are school teach- - tary condition-Senutor Deboo points with pride to Tho Santiago cable was cut by the cd to send a squadron to convoy him to cr3' his record as a pension grabber, and if II is 00 mllc from Kcv We8t to Ha St. Louis on the lHh. The Winn Key West, as it was supposed that the was also there, and both vessels given a little more time will have at llos from Spanish lleet was awaitiig him at some i vann nn(1 ICe-- West l 4,VJ Pensacola. From Cadiz to Manila is were under fire for a jwriod of 50 min- least one pension for every man who advantageous point, but the captain St took to wus slightly alarmed at any time duscouted at the suggestion and wired 0,000 miles. From San Francisco to utes, the entire time that Wo have hundred, of yards of dre goods to clo,e out nt a sacrifice and work. Not a Spanish shot ring the war betgeen the complete tho Silk the department at Washington: Manila Is 0,900. alto. Don't forget to look nt our Post. The presentation of the two Jlags by struck either of our ships. The St. "Please do not let me be tangled up rapid-fir- e guns. with Instructions. I am not afraid of Gov. Bradley to the Bradley Kiiles, of Louis, however, with Its Itrml) In Ktrltnnue. Lebanon, and tho Bradley Guards, of bliencea mo guns oi .uunu i.ua wc the whole Spanish lleet.' That he An ambitious young man wrote loan came through all right shows again Frankfort, at Camp Collier was an im- while carrying on the work of grapplng author for advice. "I'm making only for the cable. Our vessels were within ten dollars n month nt my business," that the strategy board U a rather use- posing occasion. The President has issued a procla- 2,500 or '1,000 yards of Morro's guns he wrote, "and 1 think 1 could make a Our Nninsoolts. Ac , are given up to be the prettiest line for the price. To call on less appendage umeans thorough sntisfnrtion. success In literature." The author remation calling for "5,000 more volun when the Spanish opened fire. Nearly every large harbor In Cuba plied: "Inmnverngingonly nine dollars Thi: strategetic board at Washington teers. This will mako the total strength is proving a hindrance instead of a help of tho United States army, regulars has a fort known as Morro (pronounced n month nt my buslne&s. Tell me what More-roto navai operations, and It Is coming in and volunteers, 2S0.000 men. with the accent on tho first yours is, nnd, If you are anxious to jump into literature, I'll swap with for a large share of contumely. It is The United Sates Navy last year con- syllable), tho principle one being at you!" Atlanta Constitution. impossible for such a board to direct sumed 140,000 tons of coal. The gov- - the entrance to Havana. Morro In EnJoker Ilecelvrn III Itrimrtl. operations. Its functions should bo eminent is coaling up for the ensuing glish means "promontory," henco "They say Tony's injuries were the T. I). HANKY, Mannger limited simply to obtaining and and will lay In a supply of from Spanish fortifications erected on promresult of a practical joke." nlsbing the admirals information to act 1,000,000 to 1,250,000 tons this year, ontories ure usually designated as MorBranch stores nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrenceburg, "Yes. The chappies tohl him thnt a Cvnthl! upon It as the occasion and opportunity -Gov. Bradley says that Eastern Ken. ro or El Morro (tho promontory). Mor- big, burly fellow In the smoking-roo" "'"i .uuikiwwh, j.iizjiocwiiown, rranxiort Mnuckport, Ind. y may suggest. Had Dewey been In addition to was deaf and dumb, nnd Tony will be allowed to furnish tho ro Castle at Havana. wnlkcd pered by the strategy board ho would bulk of tho State's next quota of bring a fortress, Is a prison containing over to him ith n sweet smile nnd told have won his famous victory, and unteers. He will insist that one of tho many dungeons, with a historical re him he wnsWool." "Well?" Sampson will do nothing as long as he regiments bo composed of colored men. cord as black as any page In Spanish "The man wasn't deaf and dumb." Is under its direction. Shoot tho board Just as It deoarted for tho South, u history. or limit its authority.' Hag was presented to the 2d regiment' The mother of Private G. B. Davis, after a speech by Judgo Morton. Col. of Company I, First Regiment, grievA Tooffh Jnli. some rooster in Jessamine county ', Galthor accepted it and In Minister's Wife (looking up from the behalf of ing over tho enlistment of her son, at. who ought to bo between the plow i me regiment maue an appropriate tempted sulcldo In Pulaski, Ky., Sun- paper) Th Idea! A minister in Michhandles, has published a pamphlet at- response. day. On receipt of a telegram convey- igan has brought a bill of $500 against tacking the record of Gov. McCreary, Congress has passed a bill providing ing this sad information he was given an estate tor prenehing the funeral sermon of a wealthy citizen fjere. but it is time and labor lost. The peo for the payment of volunteers from the an indefinite furlough and wrote back: the world did he make such aWhat In ple of the district are fuly as compe- charge My mother tried to end her life by tak! time of tent to pidge of his record as th , s',n tne their , enrollment, and authorlz ing five kinds of poison, then catching for? ing war pay troops Good Minister (wenrily) I presume scribbler, and are more than satisfied embarking for Manila one month in a chance slipped from tho room and it was to satisfy bis confidence. N. Y. with It. Tho measly effort to defame advance. jumped Into a 40 foot well, which had Weekly. Gov. McCreary In the interest of The new British battleship Implac- no water in it. She isn't dead yet, but Int to the Temt, another candidate will act like a boom- able is to cost over $20,000,000, He vowed that he would Kindly toll the is unconscious and so far has been unerang and the author will have his liirrrpaf. anm nvni aunn In h Kn(l1ln able to recognlzo me. For .her with all his might; to ' larmn UUU illO UAIIU11SU nlnM.-- IUr 1.1. Her smile would be full recompense UlSUt nml lln nvnnn UIUI1U IllS'nf a !5!!5 nF Tho armor plato For striving day and night. pains. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, One day he took her out to ride ulone will cost $2,250,000, and the guns Upon a tandem bike. This is "Kentucky Day"- - at Camps nearly as much. Seven persons were killed by the torShe let him push the thing and now The surgeons' board has practically nado which devastated Northwestern His heart Is on a strike. Bradley and Collier, LoxIngtonfHon. Chicago Dally News. Henry Watteraon will deliver an ad- completed Its work of examining tho Arkansas Saturday. The Good Olil Dni, dress to the volunteers at ,'l i m., which members of tho First Kentucky regiWm. Thompson, a prominent young will be preceded and followed by mil- ment at Camp Bradley. Of the 12 farmer of Hardin county, took poison .1 "I long for the good old days of the ,,, , , , companies examined 1411 men have been with suleidul intent, but the doctors "a"'u, cxcinimeu me euieny man at itary and civic parades u comic opera. proportions. A dress parade by the rejected, or about 14 per cent. saved him. "So do I," replied the lady with him; Capt. T. A. Morrow, Company I,' Charles W. Wilhoyte, ono of Owens- two regiments will conclude the pro"the days when the front rows were gram, which will draw thousands of Somerset, has resigned as captain, on boro's wealthiest and most prominent filled with baldhended men instend.of Kentuckians to the Blue Grass Capital. account of serious and continued ill- business men, was thrown from his bug women with big hats." Washington ness of tils wife. H. E. Stevenson, late gy in u runaway and Instantly killed. Star. A dispatch states that secretary of military Instructor at Central UniverCarey Wallace, a Negro 51 years of A Upturn Shot. war Alger may resign, and we are hop- sity, will bo elected in his place. age, crawled under u freight car near Mr. Boarder Mrs. Caterer, let mc tell ing to read another ono soon that ho Washington has information that Hopklnsvllle to get out of the rain. Ho you thnt if you wnnt to be up to the has done so. Gen. A Iyer's record a a Spain's lleet at Cudlz Is not expected" to wiint to sleep, the train started and he times you'll have to get n sideboard. soldier in the lust war is far from sail under 10 days. Little doubt is now was decapitated. Mrs. Caterer And let me tell you, praiseworthy and did not entitlo him entertained that Its destination, If It Boarder, that if yon it turns out that the Negro that a Mr.time in your payments ain't more up to preferment, even if ho were heavy leaves the Spanish coast at all, will be mob hung at Paducah for throwing a ti you'll have to enough for his present job. America, and not the Philippines. was not guilty of .et outside board. IlcV.on Courier. little boy off the train ! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - post-olllc- o Koc-tuck- six: pages. Disease ' I , posi-tlvcnc- ss -- 1 ' Gel Oyer's Jarsaparllla com-man- d :iminaajUflKMii The Spanish Fleet S HARD TO CATCH, g 100-poun- d ,rf CRUSH Our THE FLEET! Clothing Department ;: hp Bos' Kjjee faits Sails flf 50 Cis. five-mont- I it Oup Shoe Department, 1 1 1 pa-tuc- k v DBESS GOODS Wash Dress Fabries - States.--Louisyll- le Har-gai- ns e, The Louisville Store. -i fur-(ye- ar ham-tuck- vol-nev- ( j Tit-Bit- s. .... Produce of all kind wanted. Highest Price. Mark Hardin. t . man-of-wa- r. The Deering Binder. None Better. . ,, FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. THE NEW MAJOR GENERALS APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. "IRONING MADE fjMrmnmiw' 2 ESY" i I w "M nv - - - tu'd m At i hi iss. jOS VvlHtEiE? y. wv. . SfcWtu. J thugh Lee. J C DRttWWmSwiCson ) I S3FARGH lYJN.GfcrHM. JOMKLfir'i'iirnr jr ujEMM4rm'v 15rS.?. Wmje. .lu fc-- - - S j CttVb - iwnii rv C i n,n, ii vAUHw 11 MAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND NICE AS WHEN FIKST BOUGHT NEW n -- yJ J COPPiubER - . . YtH.II v. . ...H &. r 7 o. Ii.li,l;RJl,K' ? SAN JUAN BAY, PUERTO RICO, SHOWING FORTIFICATIONS. ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY.OTHER STARCH. Bfc KEOKUKJOWA. NEWHAVEN.CONN. tu w m to umiak w WivillUDinwiari DrUwiV H This starch Is prepared on scientific principles by men who haTo had year! of practical experienco in fancy laundering. It restores old linen nnd summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts a beautlfnl and lasting finUh. It is tho only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless, containing neither arsenic, nlum or any other substanco Injurious to linen and can bo used otcd for a baby powder. For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers. u -- , -- jtcK tSvi Z2l ? d CC0CCC- A i f io i.'ii - ic -- r- 'J tie .A CC0CC0C1 B w. Points ! well-Jresscd ?. V MuL be found in the garments of o " ' man. c.izy real!) f - T ZtgSgig 3 Thi n:Atcrialmust be of the best i'"it:inc; most be perfect Style must be Up-to-D- ate h u i V-- Ar.Z, finally, the I Workmanship and Trimmings Most be Neat and Durable. THE FIRST ROUNDAT MANILA. iwi The Klondike excitement la shrinking-. It was expected that by this time there would be a tremendous tide of travel to the new land of gold. But the Pacific const cities are disappointed. Steamers arc being taken otl instead of being put on Alaskan lines. Spring has come, but the great spring flood of emigration to the Yukon has not materialized. It would be easy to multiply reasons, now that the fact shows itself, says a Chicago authority. Hut one reason is the disappointing reports from those who hae dared the arctic cold to tear nuggets from the frozen soil. The $40,000,000 that was to come from the Klondike last winter has shrunk to 3,000,000. The auriferous area so far dUcotercd is limited, and has already been taken up. There is nothing but the monej, getting possibilities to attract to the new VA Dorado, and when those possibilities dwindle the hegira to the far northern shores -- Cool I lie Off. " "A war would kill the beach declared a pessimistic Old Orchard man ton Portland (Me.) reporter. "It wouldn't be because there would be any real danger, for I don't believe Spain has got any powder to waste on seaside resorts, but it would keep people away from the beaches just the same. In the first place, war would 0 buii-ncss,- Ny- - i i I 11 It is by uniting these points in EVERY ) garment they make, and by "sticking 2 (J at it" for more than 22 years, that 1 Ml wt1 bb SB i RN & CO. I .(I H t j The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors Have reached the proud position of being the acknowledged leading Custom Tailors in America. A makeexeri'thingso uncertain that business men could not get away. Then most of the people who come to Old Orchard or Bar Harbor live inland nnd they won't take nny chances of coming to the scacoast. If there is war you won't see the people coming from St. Louis, Chicago and such places to any Maine beaches." once-despise- 111 You can imkw r.o mhtaks in ordering your clothei of S this firm. thing they furnish or do i guaranteed. A No fancy price are charged. No order is de!a)ed or neg- - y lected. And jou can make your selection from the 2 world i choice of patterns o V 2j CALL ON 0 "TAUc t lin ( I 'I'm uimalr Sjtunlnrd, a(nrt the (Ulnar nloniri And If jc ivnnt another Ye'll srlt It oiI auU tronitl" j-- These are palmy days for the mule, lie is rapidly becoming the fanciest article on the market. Under the stimulus of immediate need for army use, prices of mules In Kansas City and St. Louis have already been will dwindle also. crowded up fully 25 per cent., nnd another adxance is said to be planned. The Kansas papers have pretty near- Two hundred mules were sold In ly exhausted their quips and jokes the other day for SS3.-J- a head, about what would be done if a Spanish aud S00 in St. Louis for 93; the cost fleet of gunboats should sail into Kan- to the dealers is said to hae been less sas waters, and now it only remains to than $50. It is said that the governit co u nt the historical fact that a gun- ment requires immediately 1,S00 more boat once did sail upon Kansas waters, mules, and for these the "mule trust" anil that for a considerable distance, proposes to exact a still st liter price. oOc. Lamps, snjs the Kansas City Journal. Krom 15c. Locks, Gov. Mount, of Indiana, is very much Oil Cans, lbJO to ISflO it was not at all unusual 10c. for smnll steamers to pass up the Kan- chagrined because of the large num- Lamp Hnickets, I.jc sas rher to LawrencenudTopeka. They ber of members of the national guard Saddles, .?1 '2. een penetrated as far west as Tort of Indiana who refused to enlist. An Cements, 10c. Kiley, and It Is recounted in Andrew's entirely new organization will be )3 1jsj formed, iiml care will be taken to sed history that one of them "always two cannon on her prow lect men who will not show the white against the attacks of marauders or of feather at a critical moment. either of the armed forces which were A tramp at Bath, Me., stole a tub of striding for territorial mastery." So axle grease, put up in small boxes d Kan-sas'dty H J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. Kew And Guaranteed. yol Bell, 15c. 'Joe 4 jsI if- Cyclometers, Screw Driver., Tronser Otinuls, SI 00. JLT $20 TO $60. SUN DRIBS, Wrenches. Toe Clips, Foot Pumpi, Giapl.oliue, i 10c 10c 25c L'oc Jo.. 75c 10c Heptir Outfits, Tool Bugs ear-riu- And very tli six-poun- d in the way of Cycle Sundries at Re markably Low Price. De- mi Kl there Is your gunboat. it Our Manufacturing Our and sold it for corn salve to the Bath-ite- s, Probably the largest order for vinegar ever placed by any government at any one time was placed with a vinegar -- TIIE- xA. . ELDREDGE SEW I DIG MACHINE. s ! The Latest Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. A distracted mother in one of the great cities complained that she was not rich enough to tnke her drooping child into the country for the summer, nor poor enough to have it sent by the Fresh Air Fund. Fboenlx City, Lee countj Ala., has a hog, Teporta the Atlanta Constitution, Q. & C. CHEAP RATES ON which measures seven feet around his Excursion. One fare for the round-tri- p body, is over four feet tall, nnd over to Lexington, on account of the League American Wheelmen Meeting, ten feet long. The animal weighs Juno 20th and 21st, from all points in 1,524 pounds. Kentucky. Good to Juno 22d to return. It is reported that the door of a KanBicycles handled free. hni' n e Tournament, Ilk'hmond. sas masonic Icdgerco-v- j Blue Grass May One faro the round-triwidened ten Irel.t's In orertc allow 'tl from all points in Kentucky. Good till mission of tN fnttc-- t r"erbi'r May flOta to return I 20-2- 8. p company of St. Louis, by the United States go eminent. It called for 21,000 gallons, or near ten ear loads, of vinegar, all for the use of the United States army. The order was sent to Capt. Dmal, of the subsistence department, on bids that he received recentlj. The order was given to St. Louis over bidders in all the eastern cities. The vinegar will be sent to the army In all pnrts of the United States. Five car loads The will be sent to Chlckamauga. greater part of the remainder will go to Mobile nnd Tampa. Small consignments will be sent to each of the various posts in the United States. among the rest two boxes to the man from whom he stole the axle grease. He would probably get a bath in the river if the Bath people could catch him. Feeling her little dog tugging at the back of her dress a Waukegan (III.) woman turned around to drie him away and found that her dress was afire. A tub full of water was near at hand, and she jumped in nnd escaped harm. partment. Repair Department ", i We always carry n full lino of Hicyclo Pnrts for the manufacturer of Riccles. "Wonre in u p sition to make the lowest price on Thus, Spokes. Rims, or any thing that is used in the construction of Bicycles. Is so well p(piipped Unit we can lnanufac-iin- e or repair promptly and at reasonable prices. Remember we make n specialty of and This work i and at lowest prices. first-class Second-Han- d Send and Shop"Worn Wheels, $5 to $20. tk t -- Two-Ce- nt Stamp for Illustrated Sundry Catalogue nnd Bargain Sheet. Tho Largest Cycle Establishment In the Entire Foutli COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF Stanford Female College. Annual Sermon, Sunday, Juno 5th, in tho Christian Church by tho Rev. J. K. Smith, of Richmond, Ky. Annual rnnwr, "i'i. R p. m.. In Wi'i mi'- - O icr i H ih. ' lIii-- i iv. .Juno ili at --' 50 v. M in Hie Lnlleiie Chapel. StiileiH.x' Ivilertti'n-iiHiiiK"v hv tjrii.tii'i'imjcln.s, conferrinijilegrofts, Thursdiy, June 9th at 8 f. ji . in WiilinnV Optra H'iih. tafe .I-i- J C32 Fourth J rn Avenue Louisville, Ky. I Tialv , oiuniHiH-HiiiHii- t a !. - H 3L 'i.nwjH;fP mi imo ni iiiiiii sW Stanforu. Ky.. May 27, 1898 W. P. WALTON. Is like the old war times, only different- ''Did the companies remind you of 1661?" asked a gentleman of another It Soldiers of To-Da- y. To TurnpiRB contractors. Hv order of tin" KUcul Court. diuvtliiR tho'TurnilUi:s of the county to l let out Jn mictions from 2 to 5 miles to tho lowest mid best bidder, healed bids will be received hy the l'Wcnl Court of Lincoln County for mctallnc mid repairing tlw turnpikes of Lincoln Count v. which Is to Include ditching and Uepliis same open, repairing and keeping open the culverts, repairing and maintaining the bridges thereon, all bids to bo filed on or before Monday. May 30, 08, 1W. und the contract to expire Jan. All metul tdinll be tho best obtainable und available to the road, broken sulllclently line to p.iss through u three Inch ring at Its greatest diameter. Where n continuous stretch or rock Is required, shall be not less than four Inches deep In tho center and spread out four twt Gravel to be good and reasonably free from hand and dirt and Ave Inches In the center and a spread from four to five feet, as tho condition of tho road re quires. Both classes of metal to oo itimiMi-i-- d by contractor. Tho object of tho court Is to'hnvo the roads kept In a flrt-cln- v condition. Tho road bed to bo rounde'd so as to prevent water from standing or running thereon, and In no Instance to be al.'owed to cut through tho metal. The work received or rejected by the Couuty Judge and Magistrate In whose district the section Is located. All of said pikes Khali ln laid on" In sections of from two to five mill s each; each to bo numbered consecutively from the end of frame nearest Stanford," and each bidder can bid separately for as manv of said sections as ho sees proper, but must designate the section. The bidding shall bo by sections. All bids must bo filed before 3 o'clock v. M., May 30, 1SDS. The Court reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. The contractor shall give bond to tho Commonwealth for the benetit 01 tno County, approved security to bo approved by thb Fiscal Court and uttested by the County Judge In at least double the amount of tho vnlue of the work to be done and conditioned for the faithful performance of the work in maintaining the section or sections contracted for during the required time. The bidder to send with his bid tho name or names of his lrancUinen. The roads owned and contracted by the County for which bids will bo received are as follows: Stanford, Dlx Klver. Garrard County and White Oak Turnpike road company containing b miles Moreland and Carpenters station 4 mile- -. Klngsvillo and i'leasant I'olutS?j mile- -. Stanfoid and Logans Creek from Its Intersection at the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike excluding If nnv. the nortlnn In the town of Uowland to tho limits of tho City of Stanford. and Carpenters Creek 4 miles excluding portion In Hustoiullle, Hustonvlllo and Uradfordsvlllo 'ixA miles excluding portion of llustfliivllle, Stanford and Lancaster C mlle, excluding the portion In the City of Stanford, Lancaster and Crab Orchard, excluding the portion In tho town of Crab Orchard. !)e mile, Danville and Crab Orchard, excluding the portion within tho corporate limits of Stanford. Uowland und Crab Orchard. UH miles. Itoylo and Lincoln 2 miles, Turnersvllle. McKlnney station ano CofTes Mill fl miles. Hanging Fork and Green Klver 5 miles, Danville, Dix IUv-and Lancaster 'JA miles, Stanford and Knob Lick 7i miles, Stanford and Otten-hel"14 miles. Stanford and Halls Gap hjf mile- -. Stanford and I'reachersvllle 5 miles, Stanford and Mllledgevlllo 7 miles. Uush Iiranch 5 miles, Crab Orchard and Chap-pel- ls Gap 4 miles, excluding portion In Crab Orchard. Highland and Waxnesburg "Y4 miles. Turnersvllle, McCormacks Church and Knob Lick SJ mlle. Hustouvllle and ScKInney Station 2J4 inlles. II. HELM. J. I'. IIAILKY, G. H. COOl'EK, toll-pavi- ng Hus-tonvil- le er m lt. local and individual experience and ignore or overlook the general social facts. Nobody denies the fact of temporary displacement of labor by Improved machinery, nnd the hardship, often severe and prolonged, that attends the process. This Is n problem by Itself, requiring special study nnd attention in order that in the constant transition from poorer to better industrial methods labor may be reabsorbed without a long intcnnl of enforced Idleness, or adequate Insurance provision made for displaced laborers during such periods. But the remedy for this evil certainly is not to arrest the progress of invention and new methods of production. That opporSo brightly blazes martial ardor nt would indeed limit the future tunity of labor, because increase of emMe., that the local correThorndike, spondent of the He'. fnt Age is unable ployment depends primarily upon creato hold to his theme of spring, but tion of new Industries and such im breaks forth: "We not only hear the proved efficiency of old Industries ns ' sweet warbling of birds to remind us will make possible cheaper production, spring has come, but that terrible and hence larger sales. who watched the "boys" marching' into camp. "Very Utile, sir; very little." "In what respect do they differ?" "In many. This respect being the most prominent: These are soldiers, well drilled and uniformed, with ofllcerswho Our compaunderstand their rlutii-t.nies in 1SG1 straggled into camp out of step, staring to the right and left, not looking to the front, like soldiers; some in long coats, borne in short; some in no coats, with all stlcs of headgear, arms swinging and tongues chattering. I wish you could see one of those 'Gl companies that you wight compare it with these boys frect, looking straight ahead, keeping perfect step, saying nothing, tidily uniformed. lut what soldiers these boys who went Into camp in the 'CO's developed into! These have the drill to begin with; they will hae the same kind of a record to end with that the boys of old had." . Invention And Labor. Strange as It may see, BnyB a writer In Ounton's Magazine, the belief that Invention tends to displace labor and lessen the field of employment Is still very common. Probably this is because most people sec only the immediate of n given innovation, and do not take time or trouble to trace out the larger results. They renson chiefly from cf-fa- ct . fc O. Playing Cauds Owing to tho Increased demnnd for C. fc O. Play-n- g Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which nro now on pale at the Pljwnlx Hotel ticket office In Lexington, nt 15 cents per deck, three decks for 4 cents, or 81.00 nor dozen. Then cards are f)0 cent quality and will be sent by mall to'any address on receipt of above price with four cents per deck for postage. Persons remittitur 81 GO for one do?en lots will have them bent prepaid. This hist lot is going rapidly. Parlies contemplating euoht e or whist club? should not miss this opjxirtunity to lay In a stock ol line cards at such low rates. Goo. W. ilunioy, D. P. A., C. x O., Lexington. Ky bts i Klitha lViry, of tl)lpare, ia lie never had anyt lug tlo Mm o much good audgUe mcli pile relief fium rluuiiinlUiii a Chamlerlalu' 1'aln ltaliu. lie uasliollieicd grcully with shoot-IaliiA front hlpi knee until lm uvd tills lltil. mcni whuliatt'rls prompt teiief -- II K llakir Drinrgltt S?t. I'arls, Olilj For tale by I run: ,1 HocLi r MHiif nl, Ky nj YOU NEED A DAILY that I scream of the American eagle, warning us thnt an insolent foe has not only dared to pollute the fair valley of freedom with his vile ami barbarous tread, beneath whose poisonous footsteps the young plants of liberty are sure to wither and die, but has drawn largely from Uncle Sam's stores, polluted his ilag and timvont!)' spilled American blood. These Spanish savages, reptiles in the path of progreishe democracy, must be whipped into civilization; ihey have no right to the blessings of barbarism, at least ou this side of the Atlantic" The public ought not to be deceived in these times by the dissemination of false reports as to our ships of war, says the New York Times. The naval oflicials do not authorize any reports at all, and such as nre printed are the work of newspapers, some of which do not take the trouble to make sure of the facts. One of the stories which persist- ently appenrs just now is that the cruiser Atlanta is nt the Ilrooklyn navy yard being remodeled. The plain truth is that the Atlanta is u dismantled, pathetic, helpless hulk. Her smokestacks are out and her guns are ashore. She could uot go into nctie service in six months, and oug-hto be counted out of the navy list as far as the present war is con cerned. Let us think of those ships we hate, not of those we have not. In response to a godspeed gien to Kobert Colljer, of Xew York, on the eve of his departure for Italy, that venerable minister said he hoped he might live to come back. "I believe I shall. I am in no hurry to die. I went to die as old Miss Franklin died. Dr. Furness, who knew her in the early dajs of his ministry (she was own niece to the great Benjamin), told me her niece was with her when the last moments of the last day came. She nwokc her to give her some medicine and she opened her eyes and said: 'Why did you awake me? I was dying so nicely. And when she said she was sorry, she replied: 'Give me the medicine, then, and I'll try t Tho Philadelphia Itccord tells of a man who went to a clothing store and asked to see some clothing. A salesman took him in hand, and after a little time a selection was mode. After trying on the garment the , customer said: "Just lay these clothes aside; some one will be in to pny for them in a few minutes. I'm n son of God, nnd never did pay for nnything." The surprised salesman did as he was' bid, and the stranger went out. A group! of salesmen wntched him ns he departed, and noticed that he stood on the pavement nenr the door, with his eyes closed and lips moving ns if in silent prayer. After 20 minutes had elapsed he ; returned to the store nnd said: "Did i anyone pay for those clothes?" On receiving a negative answer he continued, without the least trace of disappointment In his toice nnd manner: "Well, then, I guess I shan't take them," nnd ' departed. Xow the witucsscs of the scene are wondering whether the man is a lunatic or merely a firm believer in ' the efficacy of prayer. solemn-lookin- g , NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS THE NEW STRONG MAN. CENTS A To read every WEEK Jay in the year NSBOTH 10,016. Ptiimhtrn Kule fl llooonl 2 I04'. Hrwl by WaMngluiin 2.IM. ulru of 2.ITi und tunny others In the lUt. WnMiighrttn, Nnlxith' fire, U u on of Oeorgo Vtllts SI9 Klrt dam Tln-o- l, by Duroe 108, m of llainhlutniihut nnd olre of Hlnlne, tho dam of Norliilne, jenrllng record Seooild ilnm Hess, winter to Jnnios Howell, Jr , by Htimhhttoiilun 10. Mm of l)oxtrS:ITH Third dam Jesslo (s.iyrtt, by Hurry Clny 43, Mm of tho dams of M. .Ittlluu 2;lli. Hodlim 2 11'', and IS others that burn timiln.-ix- l tr.itt.irj- - nl.i ..ir.. .if id., ilmn .f Itl.xMliinmir lotirth dam by Lltierty, mm of I.ance, bj Amerlcun fV'llpxi. Noth Nil both Is a buy, in hands high, foiled Jun 3- -, Ills pedigree contains blood of llaiiiblvtonlnii, Otsjrgo Wilkes, Miimbrlno Wilkes, Pilot Jr , and Harry Clny. Men-enRor S-- The Louisville Evening Post. The livening Post has the asij. !". Commlttte. JX.JVlcGL)Ay An exchange reports that a baggageman on the Sunt a Fe railroad, who rtirs into Kansas City from western Kansas, has lost lots of sheep. Xearly every night he brings in his car two or three coops of live domestic ducks. Durirg the night it has been his habit to take naps between stations, but with the of the ducks his dozing stopped. Tho almost constant quacking of the ducks would not permit of sleep, mid for many nights he lay awake and moaned over his hard luck. One night a bright idea came to him, and it made The ucxt night he had two coops of unusually vociferous ducks. As soon as he got time, he wrenched a slat from one of the coops, pulled out a duck, and slipped a rubber band oer its bill. The duck tried to quack, but the rubber band would not permit it to open its mouth fur enough to use its tongue, and it could only murmur. One by one the ducks were thus muzled. and the baggageman got his naps. .id-ve- nt Market Reports. State News. Frankfort News. Washington News. Short Stories. Women's Page. Children's Page. By Ma" Only. 12 Months. -- .42.00 6 Month.., ... I. SO 3 Month..., . I.OO I Month ... ... .50 CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Will Stand nt $15 To Insure a Living Colt. I will nlo stand elurRo for onsou If tho colt proves not to lw salable iiiJm'IIIiii; time QjMares gnued at JJ pur month, which In all caes muM be paid U'foro they are Uiken .iway Cam tnkeii to prevent accident but not mponM lc Minnhl any tuvur FIUE FIINEdAGKS AT ONLY $5 EAGJi! Will make no ' JK. BAUQHMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky. RATES . OQDESBUQ 8787, Itceiml 2 . S4, trial 1 a - Chestnut oUdhii, tv4 Sample Cople Furnished un Application. i IB37hire of uaui 2 (Uni ... irmy 80, of HiciUmief uini , Mambrino vi ISO. hn l hlti, Vi., 2 hrtM .y lr - llm, . UilKgliM, Kr ZF'sitclien. i; a- - ol 'ilfllMnrK . Inrliiillnr lUlpli Jpe, 2 J13 I, Ac Some Plain Facts. hlm-smil- e. States. Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of greater or less degree, arise from lack $10 of knowledge of the truth, and more Note. 0iletilnt l an rxtreniFlr hand uue Million with all tho form, flul.h on,! .1 .i r 1.1. r. Iiiiiik family. t Willi tlierxreiitioii ni M linl.tliio Kitu lie uti.l.MihtclIy the hanilxininil ,!, f M,,u,rl . . frequently from deception. j . no ratcneti. tiro aim nt it aanil purr rry nn iirecirr an. iutrt hli iret with ureal iii.ifon,.iiv .. ,,.i. lih.it) Ir, fiio.1 look! rait He haa He iiirunun The most infamous case on record U oil of the iuirrt Katlcl horw In the world itixM U liiiltlon f trolling imirli iii.ii.. ..i .i.i. ami jiM lil reoiril .. . . ha nurd with liliu alwava and It an csur liorM tnwt In mtnliil.ifi it., fter than ...n ,.. of deception and injustice is the at- iiuarter in M acromla Ml the training he ever India lilt life w.,utd not amount to lx immtlu Hn at New tempt to demonetize silver as a money obtained hit record when a fournir aold orer a inti.My trarkHe won Albany, ln,l . hltihcd loan old ashloiitsl uluh wheeled sulky agalni! Arid ofaged h tw the race In tlinsj a Melt headed, He hor of final redemption in the United miiii oferr lerel lairs In afraid of nothingIndiana it.lidtliow won as well at a troltrr Hat tlralclit lintat twnVhosn the kentmky and hat a nuin'-e- Iy Ml.Iiilrtuwn IVJ tltoi.l fourlrrti ami thr ilimsol fifteen In 2 W, uni of HamMHiml.in 10. 3 ilatii. by rumi-r- r Ikllloiintlrr. OltAMiK HULVSOM 2SM huf Dtinsa Chief 2 IJV rlhl olhrrma.l thr dtuMtif Kl Hire 1 Il. Maui uf Orange Ilti.l J 31., by American Mar He), by MliMlelown I.W,dim Nellie Jl, etc 1 ,.., lr Ornnoe ,iu haxeMrisloirr & J, Cr 10. ford, 2 tit CmhAkmIl. 58. 2 tile lll-.- mi mu. Will Stand at ! . I 111 It to Insure A Living Colt. 1 I ,.ni Urof cv..uke ttt r 1'itmluiiu). ufmemlunu Hat won a num. again.' " All sorts of deices intended to miti- UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. other. If you happen to own an dog, be prepared to pay such expenses as may accompany him. The home of .':it'. the late President Hayes has been seized by the sheriff to pay $5,000 damages for thclbite of n savage cur belonging to the estate. to Insuitt it llvlugcolt, money duo pike nt $10 TO INSURE A LIVINO COLT. Peanut butter is one of the latest wheu colt Is fouled or maro putted with. dairy inventions, nnd is already In use Money or cwli note will l reUlred when u Wrarrest a negro near Tallahassee, Fin., by a great many people, especinllj- - veging colt Is obtained. ONLY will ono lluo Jiek n h mils had searced vainly all about the man's etarians who object to the regular liiglo lllrd is one of tliu greatest show horses In Inc h high, weighs t.OOU kuih1s, Wo have made a special clubblngitrrango-mon- t house and yard, he kicked a barrel, just article because it is in a sense animal white iHilnth. Hrecl by tho grunt black with Kentucky, us his record In IsUI will atltt. Asa Clmmplon k with tho Com ler JourJack, Tom Klm, who-- n reputation us u breeder of line, good colored, high styled colts he nal, and will send that our- - for for spite, as he was on his way to the food. Is unstirpaMel. breeder Is known far nnd near. the price named to all our subscriber-- , who gate, and out came the negro. Mares from a dNtunco w ill bo fiirnlibed grass af l!ob Tail's (l.uu by I.uvl MuhhU'x Prince. It is told without shame In .Maine will renew and pay In advam-eor to all new ItememlHir l'ilne was tint sire of Joe ter May at SI 60 jst month and iuiim Ikj paid a o subscribers who will pay In advance. A recent report says that a Whatcom that an amateur photographer of .Mr llubblecouhl the removal of tho mares. and llrlgnollii. which copies of sent fieeon (Wash.) woman working for an evaporn took a snap shot at a friend liiive notd lit one time forsi.oou. .Too application I'arowlll Iwtakin to prevent accidents ,inds- alone biought 3l.li at the sale. All subscriptions under this offer must bo ating company peeled 15.401 potatoes In who had lost his balance and fallen into Hob Tall will maUo the heuson of 1S0S nt cjpea, but will not Ih reoiilllu should any occur sent to W. I". WALTON. l'arilng with or removal of marex forfeits the Insu 20 days and earned by her work $20. a lake, before going to his rescue. $3 to Injure a living colt. Stanford, Kv aj TlflCE-A-WEEE- How far from the rest some parts of the United States are was illustrated pointedly a fortnight ago when Capt. Milan, keeper of the Mount Desert Will liock light, off the Maine paid his first visit of Hie w inter to the mainland And Every Democrat. Everj Itopubllcan, Every Man. Woman or Child who can read and there first learned of tho destrucwill want to read It. k Courier Journal Is a tion of the Maine. He bought nil the Tho Democratic paper, of six or eight page,. Is- papers he could find givinjran account sued Wednesday andSaturday of each week. of the catastrophe to take to the small Tho Wednesday prints all the Clean News, and tho'Saturday issue prints Stories. community of his home. Miscellany, Poetry, and all matters of speAn Amboy (Ind.) man willed .that he cial Interest In tho home. It Is milted by Henry Watterson. should be buried in a water-tigcoffin of planks, in which there should be sawdust and two comfortYou get 104 good papers, of six or eight ables. He directed that a spring wagon pages each, for 51 less than ono cent u pashould be used instead of a hearse to per. Useful premiums ure given Club Kaisers, take his body to the cemetery, all of and good-pIng commissions are allowed which was done. agents. l, Dally ?fl.00 jenr. All Yankees: We have got to accept Dally und Sunday, 8 00 jcar Sunday alone, year 2.00 it. Yankee now means an American. First he was a Xew Hnglander, then a K L soldier in the union army and now the name is applied by the foreign press to AM) Til all citizens of the United States. Even EEKi7 Fltzhugh Lee is a Yankee. Ikith onu year When a. deputy sheriff who wanted to the If it is Worth Printing &C. ficial bird upon a frame which was lifelike in its naturalness and yet which was manufactured of feathers taken from ordinary barnyard fowls. The demand for feathers for millinery purposes has developed the skill of Xew York artisans to such an extent, according to the .Mail and Express, that they are able to imitate tnanj- - expensive and rare kinds of plumage with the cheapest und commonest kinds of feathers. The tools employed are known as, curling scissors, aJkali, paste and various dyes. The most ingenious application of these counterfeits was the making of an artifeather-workers' gate the unpleasantness of war are in order. There Is some talk among naval officers in Xew York of establishing a home hotel solely as a dwelling place for the "women left behind." The wives of many officers jiot only feel broken-heartebut find themselves practically homeless, and a headquarters of some sort wouldn't be n bad idea. As it is they have to seek news from the fleets through the regulation channels, and the suffering that comes entirely through suspense is telling on some of them. A home with a ticker and a telephone would certainly be a great boon to the wives of the heroes who arc at present doing all the fighting. d, TAice-a'Wee- k Courier (Journal Print it. twlco-a-wee- cot, man on Broadway, Xew York, began to grind out "America." A few men stopped to listen, and began to sing, and in fie minutes fully 400 men stood around the organ man, singing the air. It was an unusual scene; but the poor complained that it was not tin unusually large financial success. hnnd-organ organ-grinder Bccently, a ht PRICE Si.oo a YEAR. two-inc- h woman writing to the Philadelphia Ledger says that Uncle Sam is like n woman throwing a stone; he aimed at Cuba and hit the Philippines. That is one time that a woman's aim proed best. We might also say that Uncle Sam is like a Spanish gunner, he aimed at one side of the world and hit the A Courier-Journa- 1 1 1 COURIER-JOURNA- 1 mum nt, Mini-pl- with tlrtt calf. This young Hull ran hands, has a (lowing matio and a ttamltoer lw.itofa isjtiiblnatlon of butler producing quail-tie- s he.ivy tail. unexcelled If equalled. With every crow testKagle lllrd vtai tired li- - King Kaglo, winner ol ed he (oiiihim the blood cf tho World's Kalr more Ilmn 4u blue tlen. Champion I'edro, MokcpoglsSth, the great Kurotas 1st dam i.y Star Vjg)f, Iwit bn ofCabbcH'a LexMatilda. 17llw. and herdaiigUlcr ington. Matilda Itli, 21 IU o, Majoram 2nd. 15 lb. 2nd dam by Hamlet Denmark, Kin of Wiudilog grata alone and her llfuttrlous dam Imported on Combined hay htulllon, 10 hutidi hleh, lr- - ton Denmark. li.lb., al the Inbreil Victor Hugo bull rt,23i, ami isimlinr us tbey do tbruugh cban- cl by Ahdallah MenMMigur, ho by Messenger 3rd dam hy Harris' Ueumark, son of Miller's Wiie, l?r.,t,eVi llllt ,""" l1,n' I'Ibhsj, alsmmllng uiilur, Hire ot .iihuu In heavy biittej makers and prlro English Hunter's dmn by Denny'H Dren-no- Denmark. Eagle, lllrd will nuke tho niivm of lb'.H at hi winners, there can lo no question as to his caput 1. ho by Imported Drennon. ty at a pro.lueeroftiiH'rlor milkers and butter isiwc I will htxnu hngllsh Hunter the m'ii'-oof tlubleU miles West of htanfonl on the Shelby Oil- - Service Tee $6. F Itllll), Stanfonl, Ky. 1MJS, ut my stable tliici) fillies finm Shelby Ikii ut the extremely low jirhe ol City, on tho Knot) Llek und Tiirnersvlllo IG There is no learned judge, skilled Also Stand A Good Jack At $8 To Insure A Living Colt. lawyer, or court of justice that is M. S. BAUQHMAN, Stanford, Ky. 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 adminisI will , land nly tine )omig Jack, Satul-oat my ter justice under the laws, have ttalile near Mort land thlt Standard, No I2.0.W at, ignored their sworn duty, and given a Living Colt. Sdld dark hay, hands and weight I.SftQlbt, aid to the scheme that has paralyzed $3 to Kull brother to !Utc4le .' llVJ, untrained, hut HlacLlitirn, Jr , industry, reduced property values Iiiilxjrtcsl It hy Jov He It 15 hands dam ham lloiit'a s?slr- A tetle.1 hreedrr of comblneil itoadsters Jennet, high, Hue and Kastrrn horresoi mfrlor action, tle, ttyle nd hat jiroTen to K a line foal getter. and beggared millions. In two of Ills c.ilt.i at my plme At I aiidjv,l. A elms of ,or, that ,Pi readily for is no authority of law, either ttreiUd canj-There UdleTe tha'I have an extraordinary good mule gowlpritit. AMI) make the present teuton at specific or by inference, by which jail I make thlt low price, in order that the sxile $10 To Insure A Living Colt. gold alone is made the only money generally, may hecoine acquainted with hit with which to discharge debts, cither At my pl.ue on Saturday, Nt, 3, W), will public or private. Ihc effort to glvo i In gold for the Utt colt hy lilin. Alto Jiuuho, 15 hands black make it so is unconstitutional and a high, will erre a few good inires jark, fnsr will alMi at the Mine nUcu and day giro H.M In gold national calamity. Plain and ample information, facts, lor hit let colt. $5 II. II. KIM), Moreland, Ky. and truth, concerning this almost successful scheme to corner the wealth Young Pedro 46961, A. J. 0. 0. : of the people, is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newsThe Inbred young IVdro Hull A. Y. C (.', No. TIIK OHKAT SHOW HTALMON 1C.W1, by old I'edro No, 3,187-t- he King ol all paper which the combined power of hat to hit credit : testWlnuer of tWl (take at Islington, won tecutid money has failed to muzzle or buy. is! daughters with reeordt that average over 18 lbs , money In at Ven.illlc, winner of the The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. aged premium and iweepttake at I'arit, alisi wlnuer and grand tiro of W letted daughters, 10 averaging 17 of other premium In If'Jl, tluce which time he lias a year. The address is Young IVdrv ,1am Infanta rclru .Majoram, pre been in the atud. mluin cow at World's Kalr, and test of 17 -, 6 oz , Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. Ijiglo lllrd Is a bc.mllful brown, with imall lar, SAMBO. DorSBU GOllWUSf, 111 , Insure - one-hal- f, lirrc.1-lu- g 1 a;ntie2-)earKl- d 1 Roscoe, a Good Jack, at to Insure Colt. n EAGLE BIRD. llO.i-Wan- d lhs-lJo- .. 11- In English Hunter. ii IK'?.''"!; lt n, .1 FOR $2,50. BOB TAIL. st-iii- ROYAL KING, Krut liuw inuiy, AIIU. O V On Time. I'lrst ilnm Molllo Mountz hy Cuhhcdl'H Koyiil MnpN.illKl.tkiy with miiiio whltO inurkH, Hi hands IiIl-I-i, foul.-i- l In imi. iu u thulHitH.iiltu Htulllon In Kontuckv. ' a-- l-" . . W '1' iit.t.h . I ....I .mui-w.w-inuvi Y arid oil, its wbn IIIIVO UOIIM ny ftllll UlXUlt JllH hri'cdlritf. Will iin.nt' mo nvaui' ui inu in mi 188.8.131.52.. j.lifo ',,e liiNtiro u I.ivlnir Colt Not ruspoiiMltilu Tor uccldouta. lull luotlicr tu! Silv.-r 1 ul-t- o 1 ICIn and tho TmIco-h-Wee- pafK-ran- LulnK(. . HIiicU-hu- m 1 Wa-tcrvil- Coiiiler-.lourn- al !.. Itliiek-bur- ufws'nmi'uw! 20-l- n, I,u'vlllo J 10 n. V. POWELL. ranee. K. I. WOODS, bturford, Ky. JOE K. FAKKIS, Stanford, Kv. jiu., i ' 1 ' r 5 Siioo-KLY- . Screen doors, sash and fc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stankoud, Ky., E. C. screen wire at Warren Shnnks'. - May 27, 1898 Homk and farm mixed paints. Best in tho markot. W. B. McRoberts. Wanted. Apents for Bower Gate Lock In Lincoln and Marion. J. II. Albripht, Brodhend. Betteii Late Than neveii. John K t s m. A .re A fsagass il Walton, Businiss Manager. It t not tirleo but (Hialitv that do tonnincd the cheapness of an article. Wc sell tho best goods only and at reasonable prices, Penny's Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Mil. 11. l Mautin attended court at Mt. Vernon. Miss Maiiy Caktuii went up to Richmond yesterday afternoon. Mus. C. I. STUCKV, of Louisville, is Tiiiikk Ykaks. John Jarrett pot the guest of Miss Sallle Duddurnr. K. Smith, of Richmond, was three years for tho klllinp of Ruck Ri:v J. hero to see Rev. S. M. Rankin this Pudgott near Rrodhcad, Dr. K. J. Brown who came from Mt. Vernon yesweek. Mil. L. D. BllADY, of tho K. C, has terday, Informs us. This was his third moved his family from Rowland to trial, tho jury hanplnp both times before. Richmond. MISS LUCY CHANCKM.OU Copeland, tho blind pensioner, who' John II. M 1:1 Kit's store is bci-- i lives at Rowland, was married Wedpainted, papered and otherwise lia- - nesday nlpht to Mrs. Molllo Copeland, proved. with whom thoso In position to know, TVO of Crab Orchard's merchants says ho has been livinp 14 years. He is will adopt the cash system Juno 15. 01 and sho .'13 and both of them have They aro W. K. Perkins and W. A. been married twice before. Carson. See their "ads." The supremo court of the U. S. has STilAviii:iiitY Sui'PKH. The Mt. decided that Mercer county must pay Xcuia Christian Kndcavorcrs will plve the 3 12."), 000 subscription sho made to tho Louisville Southern. The decision a strawberry supper at the school-hous- e Friday, June Urd. Refreshments will Is doubtless correct, but John B. be served from S:.'K) to 0 o'clock, l M. Thompson and other attorneys, who There will bo music and pretty waiters wero to pet a contlnpont feo of $40,000 If they beat the case, can never be conpalore. MUs Georpia Lewis, Sec. vinced to that clTcct. Dr. J. B. who was here Wednesday, told us of the crushlnp In of the skull of Sanford Polsprove, son of the man who rents Tom Nunnelley's farm. A Nepro, Charles Brown, In Nunnelley's employ, was whippinp a mule in the stable, most cruelly, and the animal broke out. Ho then hurled a rock at him and It struck the boy Instead. Dr. Robards was sent for and with the assistance of Closing Out At COST TO QUIT BUSINBSS. Having decided to Quit Business, am now ottering my entire stock of JNew, Clean Goods at Cost. These goods were bought with the cold, hard cash the tariff, hence are very cheap. bo-fo- re h Skull Crushed. Ro-bard- s, CLOTHING. HATS, SHOES AND DRY GOODS, Xotions, ifcc, must all go. Closing out a stock always means a loss to the owner, I know, but every articte must go and go at once. I mean what I say and to show it make the following unheard-o- f prices: 10c "Work Socks at 5c; Best Calico at 3Ac; Apron Gingham at 3ic; Pepper-ell- 's 10-Bleached Sheeting at 15c; Pcpperell's 9- -1 Brown Sheeting at 12hc; Good 10- -1 Bleached sheeting at 13 Yard Wide Percale at 1c; 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 10c Handkerchiefs Yd. Wide Bleached Cotton, 3 Gc. I can save you from 20 to 60 per cent, on every purchase. "Now is the at time to save your money by buying goods cheaper than you ever bought them l-2- ti Hocker, Sam and Jess Hays serenaded Up.nny Ashby Warren and Rowan Saullcy tho Miss Mauii: and Mastkii Jnlpht before thev left for tho war, and Hklm aro with MUs Mary Pennington althouph tho younp pentlemen were l-- 2c; Dr. Barker, ho performed tho opera- YA at Mrs. Martha Pnxton's. p not at home, they as well as their pa- tion of trephlnlnp. They left him Dlt. Clifton Fowlkk and daughter, rents hlphly appreciated tho compliwell, but his recovery Is far from Miss Uattle, left yesterday for Madlbon ment from their colored friends. certain. The Nepro ran off, after ho to spend n week with relotlvcs. c; c; W MISS I'BAItl. BUKNSlDB has pone to The proorty ol R. T. Pierce in Ca- saw what he had done and has not been Mlllersburp to bo one of a house party sey was sold by Asslpnee Gcorpe A. found. of 25 plvcn by Miss Lucy Lee Allen. Prcwitt Monday at Liberty. Tho Hotel CHURCH CHATTER. before. Come early and get choice. Miss Maiiy Elkin went to Lexing was boupht by the Commercial Hank y ton Wmhii'sdav to attend the com of Liberty for M.aOO.'Ji) and 100 acres The General Association of Baptists will meet at Hopklns-vlll- o mencement exorcises of Hamilton Col of land was boupht by Clay Adams for Juno 10. $1,(500. Our informant, Mr. K. L. Tan lose. The name of Kvangclist B. Fay Mills Mlts. J. H.TlMlNKltand little daugh ner, failed to pet tho amounts that the has been stricken from the roll of Prestor. Mamlo, came over from Jessamine other tracts of land nold for. . S. yostorduy to visit Rev. and Mrs. byterian ministers. John Livingston, son of the Tho Methodist ministers In LouisOritibtead. Mkssiis. R. G. Dr.NNY and J. II. preacher, and Miss Linda Tucker, had ville have petitioned Bishop Morrison Paxton, of Stanford, wero repistered a narrow escape at Hebron church the to make his home in that city. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, attheWIUanl hint nlpht. Louisville other nlphu The horse they wero 1 will preach at Preachersville on drivinp scared at a lop and turned the tho second Instead of the first Sunday J. II. Tomllnson will be appointed Commercial. vehicle down an embankment. Tho In Juno and on Saturday preccdlnp. R. postmaster at Harrodsburp. Bl.DKlt J. G. LIVINGSTON and daugh-toSusan Jody has been appointed postyounp lady was considerably scratched B. Mahony. Miss Mappic, drove o"or to buppy demolished, but youtortlay to pond several and bruised, the Richmond, Vn., First Baptist church master at Lanpnau, Laurel county. And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of Gen. O. O. Howard will deliver the younp man escaped unhurt. the will raUo $."i.000 for the Richmond Colday with relatives. IlKHNKY II. FiS.l writes from Calilege Science Buildinp as a memorial to memorial day address at Berea College of Kentucky. Tint 2nd Replmont, in two train sec- Dr. J. L. Burrows. has joined Co. L., 7th fornia that ho Tho Laurel prand jury failed to inProsbyterlnn Gcncrnl and was u.oellng to leave tions, passed Junction City Wednesday Regiment, The Northern j ulti- - Assembly denounced the Sunday dict Deputy Sheriff Woodson Hopkins, afternoon for Chieknmaui'u and in a few days for Manila. John Robinson to death near but the mombers will continue who shot Miss MAt.mi: BUCHANAN, of Crab matoly for Cuba. A stop was made Farlsion, when the latter resisted ar- Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the matikct at reasonable prices a'b0 ,l complete lino of Orchard, was on TuuwlayV train to lonp euouph for the boys to prcot their to read them all the same. the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. and then will visit her sis- friends ami bid thorn pood-by- e Louisville, where A Kansas evangelist has written to rest. James Meyers, aged ."10 years, was the trains steamed out for the South. President McKInley offering to raise a A. Haldoman. ter, Mr. John ASHLEY C. Lll.LARD was appointed About 2fi went from here and report repiment of saved men so that if they oaupht by falllnp slate at Minpo coal orderly serpeaut of thu Lebanon Co. thu boys in tine spirits. They are still are killed they will po straight homo mines and killed instantly. John Meyers, son, was also struck in face and Ilenttunilud tho Virplnla Military In- without uniform or arms, but those arc to Kingdom come. on their arrival at Chiekamau- assured Tho noxt meeting of tho Southern breast, his face belnp mashed almost stitute and Is well up In Uictics. of LouisPresbyterian Assembly will be at Rich flat. He will probably die. Miss its Carrie ICirtley, A fire at Mlddlesboro originated In Thurmond, of Lanmond, Vu., in May ISO!), and the Northville, and Helen Tint Fourth Annual Hlocutlonary ern Assembly will meet at the same the residence of Rev. John R. Peoples wore here yesterday and p.ild caster, Contest here Juno 17th, plvon by Beaz-lo- i, and is supposed to havo been the work Minneapolis. us a pleasant call. Miss Kirtley Is In Waters A: Menefee, will bo panic time at a Tho 11th Annual Session of the Ken- of an incendiary. It spread rapidly the Insurance business and Is maklnp ipatod in by the followinp younp ladies: Chautauqua will be held In and five of the hnnilsomest residences I rlUCCUf of It. Lebanon, Miss Juliet Howard; Louis- tucky for six years apont Woodland Park, Loxlnpton, Ky., June In town were soon swept away. The W. M. O'HllYAN, ville, Miss Helen Loo Brooks; Danville, ic N'ashvlllo division 23th to July 0th. Splendid music and losers are as follows: Judge G. W. of tho Owonsboro Miss Llllle Robert-- ; Mt. Vernon, Miss by distlnpulshcd or- Saulsberry, S1,.V)0; National Bank of N. at Owonsboro, has L. of the Ida May Adams; Cincinnati, Miss Hal-ll- e excellent lectures Lancaster, $2,000: Rev. John R. PeoHo will bo succeeded by W. Hooper Ivlrllcy; Hustonville, Miss ators till the program Of tho 17 graduates of this year In ples, SS0O; J. P. Sandlfer, $W,000: Judge M. Boplo, of New Orleans. Collepe, KNGi.KMANand Auple Carpenter; Caldwell Theological Seminary, Joe Bosworth, 52,000: Mrs. Ann 1'nil, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hackloy; Garrard, Miss the Southern Kngloman, of Miss Mary -, of ministers and four aro S1.00. Losses are about MUs Annlo Bronauph Leavoll; Lexlupton, State Col- two are sons of deacons. Of the 12 graduates covered by insurance. vlsltlnp Mrs. K. A. Wise. Llllie Miss sons Stanford, aro Maude C. Gibbons; Stanford, lepe, Miss Knpluinan Is one of tho bellos of Miss Lou Monefeo. A banquet will be of tho Presbyterian Seminary, LouisWe aro authorized to announce ville, 6 are sons of ministers and are her county. Lexington Leader. plveu that ovoulup. To Hult All. Sec our Line sons of elders. Preachers sons do not JOHN A. DUNOAN and other friends THU ease of Clara Ann Gibson turn out so badly after all. from Pulaski were up to seo J. II. County, a candidate for Of MimII-o- ii who was Injured by a foldlnp apalnst Will Broaddus for bastardy, The Baptist church has plveu Rev. In the KlRhlli Coiigrfloiml District bed. Hull pradually prowlnp worse was continued Wednesday to June lib, J. B. Crouch a month's leave of ab- of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the democratic jwrlj. on account of the absoueo of thu baby, sence and ho with his wife and chiland his death Is o.eeted very soon. Misses Susan and Bessie Woods which was to have been tiled as an ex- dren will start next week In a private HON. G, G. GILBERT, wont over to Mlllersburp yesterday to hibition to tho jury. It is now said conveyance to visit his father in Hart Of Shelby County, K a candidate for Our Line of Gents seo their sister, Miss Annie Belle that the pirl is willinp to swear that county. Ills pulpit will be filled on the In the Eighth Congressional DMrlctof be pilosis she does not know who is tho father of second and fourth Sundays In June by Kentucky, subject to the action of the demWoods, praduate. They of Miss Lucy Loo Allen, who plvos a tho child. Tho plrl's folks, however, Dr. Win. Sholton and on the third Sun- ocratic party. house party to them and others. claim that sho and the baby were taken day by Rev. T. II. Campbell, of LanB. THOMPSON, HON. Kkhb Burnett has returned from tho house of Mr. Thomas Smith caster. Miss Harrods-burp- , Of Mercer, Is a candidate for Rev. Julius K. Wright, of from Ocala, Florida, where sho has under false pretenses and that she lias for Congress In the Eighth Congressional Is correct In style and correct In prlco t Ky., and a few others entered a District of Kentucky, subject to tho action boon rtoondlni! tho Winter. Ilor sister, boon tampered with. They would not Mrs. U. R. Waterman, and two chil- let her return to Mrs. Broaddus' whero protest to tho action of the conference of the democratic party. dren camo homo with her and will tho child Is, but took her back to Mr. in dccldinp that evanpelists could not hold mcetlnps In charges without the spend tho Summer hero. Winchester Smith's by force. consent of pastors, just before tho pen- Democrat. Wd was a sad scono at tho depot That 2S& oral conference adjourned. Dr. ColPltOF. K. L GRUlilis sends us word I have decided to adopt the Cash Sjstera Tuesday, when mothers and fathers bid lins Denny, the Rev. Dr. E. E. Boss believing It will bo better for my customers from Shelby City that his brother, pood-byand many and the Rev. W. L. Nelms were ap- us well as myself, so Hayden Y. Grubbs, has been promoted their soldier boys to lieutenant-colone- l eyes unused to tears tilled as they look- pointed to roply to It. from second lieutenant Cash will sell p parting. It ed upon tho of Col. Hood's Replmentof took stronp effort for tho boys to bear Thoso owing mo must come forward Only. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. at Now Orleans, with a salary and bottlo or their accounts will bo placed themselves up, but they did so bravely. hands for collection. of $275 por month. W. a widower of 70, In 21 A. Trlbblo's CAlttON. Crab Orchard. Their minds will be drawn from home Andrew Lafollette, V. A. and its attachments by change of scone was married at Fredericksburg, Va., LOCAL HAPPENINGS, and excitement, but tho oor mothers to Mrs. Julia Payne, a widow of 80. INITIAL paper just received at W. B. who aro left behind, will not pet off so John Anderson, of Bullitt county, "0 " " Timothy Hay, flflperewt Corn Chop 45 " " .'. McRoberts'. Chicken Feed Mixed Hay 25perbu. lightly. It Is they who will suffer most wants a divorce because his wife Is "so 43 " " COAL. Clover Hay with anxiety and fears for their boys' high tempered that she makes homo a I now have a complete stock of build-ln- p 40 " " Falls Branch Lump Millet Iperbu. safety and God alone can comfort thorn. veritable hades." 4,;:"- - t &W --JuL material. A. C. Slno. engagement of Dosha Breckin20 " " Jellico Lump io1v Tho Straw May their prayers bo answered and Siy if. ; ?sia uniiMn lfi " " 45perbu. JellicoNut Feed Oats. BUG finish destroys potato bups, 5c & each of their loved ones bo restored to ridge, editor of tho Loxington Herald, fife 70 per cwt Special prices on both feed and coal in B. MoRobertfl. Shipstuir... when tho war Is ovr, which let und son of Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, thorn pound. W. to Miss Madgo McDowoll, daughter of large quantities. ua all pray will bo very soon. Jk7V7I ' W? ''. MK'ZmI . to re0 Maj. Henry Clay McDowell, is anm Shall plve my entire time Danks, The Stanford and other patriots that nounced. pairs. Your work solicited. have been honing for a chance to go to jowclor. tho At 78 years of age, Henry Jiles, who '$l&WtiNMrZ'1 r,W Y? war now have It. Kentucky will havo was released from jail o 81,500 ball for continu- to furnish 2,000 of tho 73,000 moro voFAIR weather prevails and a Jukilling Joe GatlilT, on Big Hill, last ation is promised by tho Slpnal Ser- lunteers called for by the president, and ly, was married yesterday to Mrs. Mary 0 tS ai v I &ftMJCtt vice for JfMa"T.V.:' Cupt. W. B. Penny and his cavalry Williams, who is a half-sistof tho company may be in tho thickest of tho second Mrs. Jiles. Mr. Jiles was marFiiOEUr Rofripnrators, Ico Chests, battle yet. ON DECORATION DAY ried three times previous to this. Will cover more tnaco and Freezers, Water Coolers and Rubber connection the doctor asks us Richmond Climax. In this Nature always decks her Holds and gardens Hoso at Warren & Shanks'. -with o(iulslto blossoms and verdure, which to say that ho needs 20 moro pood men stock of in Tho following olllcers of tho G. A. R. ait) reproduced You our decorate your rooms NEW Wall Paper of tho latcstsprlnp and hopes that such will apply at once. can carpets. Bowling Green: J. W. line our artistic designs In Carpets, Hugs, 1)2 now. were elected at from styles. Prices made to suit tho pur- He has Georpo M. Davison telegraphed Dr. Hammond, Louisville, grnnd comman-do- and Mattings In beautiful elTects and colors chaser. W. B. McRoberts. r " J. J. Barnes, Bowling Green, senPenny from Washlnptou as follows Than anj other upon this market We Invite full Inspection, A full tock of Don't forpet the decoration day ex- yesterday: ''Will you and your Co. po ior vice commander; C. ' Vaugn (colW. W. WITHERS, ercises at Buffalo Comotory Monday into tho (ith U. S. Vol. commanded by ored). Russellville, junior vice com- Kentucky. and If you have thorn don'tfall tobrlnp Col. Tyson, of ICnoxvlllo. Answer." mander; Dr. J.K. Meredith, Bowling Stanford. Cawper, chaplain; as many llowors as possible. in Tho doctor was at Crab Orchard and Greon, surgeon: J. Mrs. Adella Woods In chur,;o persons havlnp tho the messapo was telephoned to him Georgo V. Saunders, historian. NOTUJi:. All Henry S. Korakor, fat.ier of Senator liranuh Store and Undertaking OiitHt at puns, which belonp to Lincoln county, thoro, and his answer will doubtless be Is likely a trick to pot a re- J. 11. Foraker, of Ohio, died at Hllls-borwill please return thorn at once. J as. "no," as it Hustonville, Ky. O., aged 83 years. P. Bailey, Judpe Lincoln County Count. publican regiment. do-Inl-2Ken-tin-le- left morning to visit friends In Wed-ncsda- y Serenade. Alex Simpson, Will V nar. m. .ima Sjl2EliL2 r, u SPBIHG IS HEME I Nleh-olavlll- PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES news-paoor- s, CRAIG & HOOKER'S. Summer Clothing SUMMER SHtRTS. : ! 1 d. I !!!l Con-cre- -s Summer Shoes Ash-hurs- t, hon. jas. b. Mccreary Soft Bosom Shirts, 50c, 75c, And $1. Con-pre- ss. 1 J. Black JKr)d Tai? & Styoes FOR CASH 1 ! SEVERANCE SONS. o Im-mun- heart-breakin- dune15 for A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. , m m mmzms&- wn 1 :,l . 4 to-da- y. in er J. H. BAUCHMAN St CO. MASTIC MIXED PAINT p to r; WEAR : LONGER, In r Lead, Oil And Colors Also . Stock. o, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. & t Mr When .No. 4 Nij. 21 .V K.fw r- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL not MpnMSS.CO will 1 charged. f r KENTUCKY CENTRAL TIME HI. a.m. HA v. r. M. DIVISION. 1.1H A. M. ArrrhcsntMatifordat lAtwt "unfonl at 4trii at Itunlaiiil.it 2.10 12:00 40 l.ose Stanford t 5 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ke. 21 Train going North " " No.S6 " " South No. 25 " ..12 37 p m ... 2 41 a m ...12 41 a in .. 1 27 p tu k N if H.J " ' " I'or alllPolnti. KOVGK TICKETS M)LP. IIACOAOK CHECKED TllllOUOH. For any Information enquire ot JOE S. IUCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AKD CINCINNATI. e Frankfort at fi SO a. m. ami 1 p. m., Trains connecting at Georgetown ith Q. .V C. ami reach 10 i m. i. lr Parts at 840 a. T iand 3 connecting: Utxe Paris at GeorgeM.. at "J: 20 a. M. ami S town with tl A C ami rvachlug Frankfort at 11:53 A. X. and 7.20 ,.gM pn n NI.WT()K( Ai f ,, A PortiuicM or War. big difference between club life nml tliot of tbc private In the army, ns some of "Teddy's Terrors" have alA private letter reready learned. ceived at Washington tells how were leveled in the contingent of steeplechasers, football players, cowboys, oar,snien, policemen and old Idlers thnt left there one day to join the rest of Col. Leonard Woods regi ment of mounted riflemen, better Known as "Jloosevclt's Terrors," in "ew York Texas. A bad enlisted in the regiment engnged a, section of the sleeper attached to the train. He showed his lMifinmn ticket to the porter, and va escorted to the place assigned him. lust ns he deposited his baggage Sergt. ThntMeus lliggins, an old cavalryman of the regular sen ice, who bad charge of the party, lopped him on the shoulder. "Take these things back there," he said, jerking his thumb in tlie direction of the ordinary day coaches pro- tlded by the government for the troopers. The clubman looked surprised. It was his first experience In military discipline. "There's where you belong," added Scrgt. lllggins. with the thumb still pointed to the rear. The clubman was made of gocd stuff. He saluted, picked up his things and went back to the day cccehcs. lie did not sleep nt full length until the train arrived at San Antonio. There Is n J. T. UvangulUt W. A. Foatur, who will assist" tho Church nt tluatonvUlu In a, of muotinga be so-v- STJTTONT, - Hustonvillo, Undertalcor, Kentucky SJinr- - ". .AK-:-:W&r- ff flNEfe&& A BnaWk .Hi allllllllV-! -- ginning Friday night, Juno .'It is u native of milium, and has held -- O Hers his sprrlcvs to the Ks)plo of West l.lnrolu and Casey counties. Full stock of Cufflnsmid hand. Po I S. Cariftiter. Manager. BOUND TO SELL All those Malta (Jultlvator, All those Hall bearing Deotinj: mowers, All those Hall hearing I leering bliuloi, hy All those nice working rakes, , All those nuat looking lititrcin-All those solitl Oak tiit Furniture, All those cro-.- s rowing corn planter-)- . All of those at I). L. C MtPKNTKH'S. Iltthlottvllle, Ky. otno of thn most Im- well-Know- n clttb-man'wh- o iguu--..UWKW iWWi I . .TLB JtS QJi. portant and prominent ; , JV & m . r, V - iJ 1 f .tr ' oil fxI - .alH' -- V'.fl V,aTaTaTaTaTaTaW i hut'cbos among tlio lotipliw of Christ, no tably tho Wu&t London Tabernacle (Lon don Kng.F. their largn est church In Kuropo. lie is it tine wv&i'VJ.-- f IS ,, ;,iB: "KWMKTmST'""' aTr' magnetic speaker and a line student of the Htblc. Ho is vory huc- ccssful ns a aoul-w- l ti- AC.SNE. .1i.am:k In. ll er. Ki $&M )r -- i IL U M B 1115 M9 SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. FIRE INSURANCE QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 1 12 p m No. 2 North South 11 p in 3 41 a in 1 31 p m 6 00 a in erset. " 8 OS p m " Joes not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-tter- a 9 anil 10 run no furfrom South of Somerset ther than Junction City ami 5 and 6 only to Som1 No. 1 Ho. 3 No. 5 No. 9 No. " " 1149am 1118am " 4 " 6 "10 " " H Royal make the food pure, wholesome and dtllcloo. J mi POWDER POSCa CO., Nt mtf YORK. A handsomely dressed woman of decidedly foreign appearance entered a prominent dry goods store, reports the Philadelphia Tinier, and, approaching a saleswoman, said: "1 wnnt to buy a Spanish Hag." The clerk, much surprised, replied that they had none of the Spanish emblems In stock, whereupon her customer asked for the colors to make one. "I hate the Ameri can flag," she exclaimed, wrathfully, "and If I can't buy my country's ban- ' ner In your miserable stores I will make one with my own hands and flaunt It In the faces of the whole United Sates." The floorwalker, passing, heard the remark, and, with a dignified bow to his wouldbe patron, said: "Madam, the open door awaits your hasty exit. If you will be so kind as to send your husband or brother to repeat your words to me, I shall consider it a very great personal favor. I bid you " good-day.- mk Writ 1 m , J) v h rtm r V WT Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. PHISNIX : Caledonian Insurance Tali 3 c M EX i 1& "'m 6 Co., 01 Scotland. KOUNDUD IHOO. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, fcTANlOltD. KY. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Vvfr Absolutely Pure . flOVAl BAKJM1 pounds each. .Vine core were filled with sugar about 000 barrels, welgnlng Dealers In 2SS.0CO pounds. Four cars were loaded with 90,000 pounds of rice. There were two carloads of beans and nine d Order Ofllee untl Toed Exchange near cars filled with 230,000 cans of tomatoes. Croisln. Depot St , Stanford, Kv. cars were filled with hard Coal Yard. Mill St.. lately J H. Hlgglns' Forty-eigStand. ftitUfuctlou Guaranteed. Jan. tack, 12 cars with coffee, three with candles, one with salt, five with bacon, .A. S. and three or four cars were filled wiUli C SA.V" S. miscellaneous provisions vinegar, .Surgeon pepper, baking powder, ionp and other Denti&t, 100 NOELSON, Hall-roa1 pounds being sent in double sacks of I were reported that six special trains of freight cars passed through Washington the other day from Baltimore, running ns sections of fast passenger trains loaded with provisions for the army at Tampa. One of these trains was made up of 24 cars of bread. There Js 40 It WNJ H S 1" . SlioTln llfr t'nclr Saui'a Suldlrra Are llrlnu llrucli of Culm. Mi tl h 1 1 a vU Ultliln i:y Is Receiving IiIh Fall And c VnJ II 3 n s. a V -- carloads of flour, 1.000,000 2 'r Hi Kv jir HI Jl 3 j 3 x third and Twenty-fourtrrclment of In- fantry Hrlc Clen. CoptiinKer will have at Klrat. Second. Third. Sixth. Ninth and Mobile the Second. Third. Tnth. Klcvrnth, Tenth refrlments of CHvalry. and the llKht Nineteenth, Twentieth .tud Twcnty-scon- u batteries of all the artllltry reKltnentK At rclment of lnfamr Hrlt: den. Wads New Orleans, tvhtre ling iten Shaftorhna will have at Tumpn the Fourth. Fifth, been acnt. will be the first. Hixth. Ninth, Thirteenth. 8ventccntti ami Eighth, Twelfth. IClRhtetnth. Twenty Twenty-flreKiment of Infantry. m The troorvi at Chlckutnaujra. with MaJ. Oen. Urooke In ooniniand, consist of th Vlntcr GoodN. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. JOUK II. COtLKM.N. Coal, Corn And Hay, PRICE, Jtj t ai A.U. LaXIIAK. 1 a PUBLIC SALE! On Tliurwday, June 9, '98, We I DR. R. m. PHGLPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Kentucky. Stanford, onice over lllggliu IOYALi INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. 2 ' ht trill tell at ti1.1U vale j 200 Acres Bluo-Cras- s Land Stanford t Ky Office over Slclloberls' Drue Store HiillJlng. In tbe!!Owsley 21 I necessaries. I DE. W. B. PSJ2sriT"5rl tiHintlnt, : "Stanford, at : Ky, Office on Lancastcrstreet Hesldenco. WwffiSffiZfiffitffi w ilSfci.Ti m sxsmsSs Of '41 Matt A - .HHIPf" V "". i -- ju i fa BUGGIES, SURREYS Phaetons, Road Wagons. We thing can save you from In tho Tufilcio line. $3 to $23 on any- QUIT PAYING u-- BIG . PROFITS soil a eliIclo cheaper than you can buy it In Centr.il Ky. W. J. KOMANS CAltUIAGR CO. 1! lrn Lancastor, Ky. and como to us. lot TAKE THE MOIMON,' 4XIic Popular Route to CHICAGO. Jfrmk J. Itccd, Q. 1. A., Chicago. . II. Dacon, D. P. A., LouUvlllo, Ky The war has called out the best efforts of loyal women to provide for Ami Calves. 2 liur.awttj.on, Miieir, Wheat Drill, .11 urtilng riuw. I Hill M,l the physical comfort of their male flow, I Shotel I'lown, Wultir A Wood Mower. i relatives or friends who hae gone to lliorvC'iiltivatcir, Ui.'raiiil Illrjilcr I Hirvfurd Hull, - extra tlno horv ami many the front, and the d'fTerentfcchemes for other artlrlo too tcllon- - to meiitioo ameliorating the hardships of camp TeniM nu'lo Lnowu mi ila of nale ami m to M ti C A U I AllltUIAM, life, or the dangers of actual fighting CialiOnhanl, Ky. io are as multitudinous us feminine ingenuity lb widespread and active. The 1898. palm, however, for novelty must be awarded to the loyal Iowa women uho GREEN BRIAR are going to help defeat Spain by fury. nishing car muffs for our gallant tars. The deafening roar of heavy ordnance I i to aiinotiiii'C that till. MulKr Its Ouciipntlon Cotw, report !! ho open for the mitoiiiiikkIh is not without its danger to the perHill I hacn't heard you play your tlOll Of glllttft. manent hearing of those in close violin since you got married. I tell you, and there are occasions when .ou made it talk! looks may be safely sacrificed to utility. .Till No, It hasn't had a chance to say Koduued rat-- , during tlio fitM month A tiger for the car muffs. anything since I got married. Yonkcrs I'or Information tu reprard to ate, etc. Statesman. addle Squire Xeuklrk was sowing oats on T. II. Wit U.I IT. Ilrothcrly liuie. Cmlj Orchard. Ky. S his JJice county fnrm the other day, "True friendship a myth? No, infcnjs an Ohio exchange, when a youug deed. Why, I know a couple of men, no cotiplc of the neighborhood drove up relation to each other, and yet they are in it buggy and nsked to be married. like brothers." The old tquire dropped the lines.turncd "What are they fighting about?" N. SAI-E- . nrouiul in his teat on the drill and made Y. World. the couple one while they were still A lintHo and lot In Mori land Station, the Wise Mum. the buggy.nfter which the bridetwo stories hl,'li. upWallace I would not take a farm for main building CO lij .(0,dwelling, per story fitted up 'for suitable for groom promised to bring him a likely that dog of mine. family and a sllo bulldlti'' 11 by . binnll young shoat for his fee, kissed his Ferry I don't blame you. it costs corn erlbs, ware loom and Milt shed, well bride und droe merrili1 away. a whole lot less to run a dog than it does arranged for gouernl store, have been soiling from Sl.'.OOO to 50,000 worth of goods n farm. Cincinnati Enquirer. annually, Is o ire red for sale. A little Montgomery (N. Y.) miss 1'iirnillxe liiconiplcM'. wanted some Ice cream the other evenTeacher Now, Johnny, why did ing. She wouldn't accept htr mother's Adam and Eve leave paradise? Weren't Also it good stock of goods at prime cost. refusal, and as the last resort she sent they satisfied with it? until tho hotiso and goods ute miI in a her to her father. The question was put Johnny No; they didn't have no bulk, I will sell goods for cash at about cost. Tho hotisu will Ijo routed after the 13th of to him, who answered: "Xot'much." wheel. Judge. July and the goods old at auction, reShe went back to her mother and told gardless of price A Tinted SiiicirrNtloii, H. H. KINO, her that her papa said "she could hare Coggs There is something about the iMort'lnnd Station. Ky. a little." woman's face that reminds me of a reThe professional astrologers of Xew cent work of art. Boggs Perhaps it is the paint. N. York will form a union for Y. Journal. g and the prevention of TINNING & PLUMBING, (liilte Ufcrly. among their number. They say Askins Let me seel Who was It that KV., that competition in the business of Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing casting horoscopes has resulted In ru- said that money Isn't everything? Grlmshaw Some poor fellow who and Tinning. Sole proprietor of Dean's inous reduetion of fees. Rlack Diamond Hoof 1'iutit. Telephone No. had none, I presume. Puck. 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. opplto J. The newest bicycle thief dodge is L'nncveaaary. II. Daughmun&Co.'s Mill simple nntl effective. The gentleman "Do you carefuUy weigh your words turns up In reply toyourathertisement when you write letters?" "No; the clerk at the stamp window of a wheel for sale and asks to try your MRS. U. D SIMPSON, Pror.. machine on the road in front of your always does that." ChlcagO( Record. house. You agree. iImounta and la : Alan! 'TU True. No relt!r3 rain can make m itay feeen no more. When we nave t'r ',.. for th- play, Newlj furnished; clean heda; spleudsd Dut let one drop the Hldcrca.k amlrch The American navy has practically table. Everything Porters And It's loo t toco tochuri all trains. all been built since 1883. aU 1 1 Ken-turk- II h Adjoinlucotir home, it(.tc-- l mi thv StunSinl A (Itunlieini ilke mi.l South of the CraliOr. Iiarvl an-- t In Uni-l- n Siirar drure Srliijol-llou.1- , ruimtr Tlilj land U well w.ncol, the or ill ptiti- - on It running nil tlie time, hmiil) tijiluirrln-.ui- i. mIhmiI liotw. f "1 inlt!llrliol Ami In kkkI date of iul Will nl) ell one llrntloti Yoke O20H. 1 Dry Cow, 2 0::i Dttrhan:3ows -y .. McKinnm More. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisvillo, 1- BORBEE 5 GaSTLEMB. MAKAOI.KS, outh. Ky , 1 1 1 -- )ear-old Pi V7. The Lnilios Kestatirant is the finest in the city. Kvery couvonionce for ladles spending tho day in the city. Uentluiuii's Cafe on olllce lloor. STAiNFOKD, THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Manager. Music - Tiles I iv, ruurnl.ir nml Similar 1. veiling. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN bANK - Oommorco .Building, Louisvillo Agriitt Throu jhuut th A. TKIBBIiX, -- lHSl Agl'llt, Kentucky, 3J' Season of SPRINGS miiii-in- Farmers BanR&Trust OK Go STANIoKU, KY. S "l-.l- Southern Railway fin s BEJTEST I'RNr.ntATKH Fall up Capital, Surphr, fully 200,000 00 17,003 80 (tin-servic- e, TTT2STE1 , 1888. 1 SYSTEM. Iljr proTlilutis of Its rhartor, doo-tt- r air a 4utttiil as are ilriuati..v In Natbtoal Ibnlt, hrld iinllrlcluall' llaltle to It. nhatrvttoMrip EIGHT GREAT STATES Store Room & Good FOR Kentuckv, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi. Ac , ns full' as an ludlrlilual Tondi'ilntfuur thanl.lJ lluw who li.fvo fUtrut-ttrust llier will nmtlnue llieir bulinu to 11., toilow, and wcuilt-- as nRuamiilot'fur rniit at '.NjtwrV oxvrlriKti In l.ink teution tositnooiir Invalid as literal arcoiiiuiixlatlous asaiu tonititnil itIHi soutnl baiillni;. r tlilrinvsliio htliemii, inItatldtttuti tuast lion mount executor, may art sut stmri of the aiuwtiulf tliWrst.Mk therein t DIRXCTOHS. sit-tit.g- in Through Sleeping Cars Iletwcen Louisville and the South. J. J. Williams, Ml. Ycrnoti; W. II. Cummins, I'rraclitrsrllle; J. S Owslir,br., J. II. Owsley, S. II. Shanks, Wlllism (iooch, H J. Kmtiry, J F. Cad A. W. Carvntrr, J, K. Lynn, , J. N. Mrnefre. S. II. Shanks. Trrsldent; orriciki. 11 THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Louisville and Lexington V. A. J. II. Owsley Caslder; W. M IlrlgUl tllr PRICE, $i,2co: TL'KK, G. I" A.. Washington. D. C W. II. TAYLOR. A. G. V. A. Louisville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of STAKOUO, Capital Stock $100,000. KY. self-protecti- J. T Jones, BIG 4 TOLEDO AND DETROIT AH Points In Michigan. CHICAGO. 'White City Special." Host Terminal Station. Surplus, $15,750 IlOUTE. The llfst Litis toand From rate-cuttin- STANFORD, ST. LOUIS. AroIJIng the Tunnel 21-- tf BOSTON. Wagner Skcplnj JCari. UulJel Parlor Mason Hotel tirst-clu- -- l.aiicastcr, met Kentucky. Cars, Prltat Compartment Cars, Klegaut Coatues and Din lug Cars. SleepICB NEW YORK, Wagnrr Car, Attention ol the public Is railed to tho (act that this Is tho only National Haul. In Stanford. Un lcr tho provisions ot the National Hank Act depositors not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount eiiualtn the stock so that depositors of this Institution aro secured by a fund ol i.'CO.txio. Hre sworn statements of the condition of tho Hank are made each year to the United States ttoierumont and its assets aro examined at stated limes ly government agents, thus kvcurlokf additional Mid pcrkft aulet. to ileKsltors. This institution originally established as the De posit Hank of Stanford In IS51, then reorganized as the National Uank ofStanlord In IMA uudaKaln reorganized as tho I'lrst National Hank of Stanford In Ibbi, has had practically an uninterrupted exist, ence for 3.1 years. It Is lieller supplied noir wlti, facilities for transacting business promptly and lib erallythaufever before in Its long and uonorable career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, firms sxd Individuals solicited. aieiK-cuie- DIRCCTORS. J.S. S.T.Harris, P. Rrid, Lincoln Co.; Hocker, W. 1. Walton - -- !.. A W fur i tickets read rla "11IQ FUUK " WAHHKNU. LYNCH E O. McCOKMICK, Trafflo Mgr Ass. Gen. Pass.lA TktJ CINCINNATI OHIO. lluuie your J.ILColller.Crab Orch'd M, D.Elmore, Stanford. " " " J. W. Hayden, Stanford 8. II, lUughman, " T.F. Hill, XV. M. J. Miller, A. Trlbble, Mt. Vernon. Coxitis J, S. Hocker, President: J.J. Mi Koherts. A., A. 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