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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898053101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y LANCASTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. MAY 31. 1898. NEWS IN XXVII. CRAB ORCHARD. A; ! NO. 25 THE VICINAGE. CHURCH CHATTER, of . Motlott, Luoy Shearer, a colored woman, who Mattic J. Phllllppl has been appointThe Newport.Y. M. C. A. has closed Book-Keepin- g. Its doors on account of ilnancinl embarCincinnati, have bought and shipped cooked forT. II. Walker, near Klrks-al- l ed K)stmastcr at Burnsido. tho walnut logs that ware on siding, vlllo. started from Mr. Walkor's fori Claude Chambers, a Harrodsburg rassment. hor homo In a spring wagon, when tho boy, has tfold 8,511 minnows this season. Tho State Baptist Association will at Crab Orcliurd. n when a man ran nriUe a iiicrost In Orus Bower, of Brodhead, has boon meet In Hopklnsvllle June IS and con- -' Ilelng fully convinced that tho day Irn Sunday wus children's day at tho horso becatno frightened and ran away, the Credit Hj'stcin. wt will, beginning Christian church and tlio llttlu folks throwing her out and fracturing hor offered $311,000 for his patent on a gate Unite in sosslon four days. Kentucky conference of Women's utitortainod tho people vory nlcoly skull. She only lived one hour and 30 latch. 15, 1898, minutes after the accident happened. The Harrodsburtr Democrat says Foreign Missionary Society will e with toilet) and speeches. The K. Pa Intended observing deco- Kufus Taylor killed a red fox squirrel of Colorado In Millersburg. Juno 10. Mr. J nines O. Rev. II. C. Morrison, the evangelist, Springs, C(J., spoilt tho past wook with ration day on Sunday with appropriate that weighed six pounds. The ladlosof Somerset are preparing will begin a meeting at the Methodist Wo luvo u well elected toe of Genoral Merchandise MUs hvu Stogor. Mr. Gregg Hpent tho exorcises, but tho rain prevented, and and Cali Huyers wKI find It to Winter In Florida and could give a the program will bo carried out today, to send our boys at Lexington a feast of church In Somerset, June 5th. their Interest to Inspect our stock and gel price. . a good description of tho forts at and when they will bo reinforced by the home made grub. Paragon. The annual state convention of the Thanking the public for the liberal sIkdus of patronage In tho iist c hope to havu a libfor his local G. A. R. pot. After addresses tit A new c mpany of tine young volun Kentucky Sunday school union will be IIo started around Tampa. eral share In the future, lteipectfully, the tho procession, headed teers has been organized at Barbour-vlll- o held in Paducnh, Juno 14 to Hi. homo In Colorado Saturday. by Sydney Ames, who Is acquaintMm. Gus Hofmanii Is visiting at Lou- by tho Lancaster band, will march to The Central Holiness Camp Meeting, Crab Orchard, Ky. Miss Bottle the cemetery and place tokonsof loving ed with military tactics. isville and Indlunnpolls. Wilmore, will hold Its fifth annual enJohn Lltsey, of Harrodsburg, and campment July 2U August 4, '03. Rev. McFall, after spending the Winter in remembrance on the grave of their Miss May Coyle, of Richmond, won Joseph Jnmlson. of Franklin, Tenn., LoulavHlo and Versailles, has returned departed brethren. It was the good fortune of your cor- medals In tho boys' and girls' declama-tor- y will lead the hosts to victory this year. to her uncle, Mr. Win. Stuart', for s tournn-a- t Miss Capltola Slnugh-to- r respondent to nttend a strawberry supcontest In the Rev. W. S. Grlnstead went over to tho Summer. Richmond Friday night. homo from school at Midway per at thu Pleasant Grovo on last FriJessamine yesterday to assist Rev. H. canto John A. Chappell, of this county, has R. Mills In a ten days' meeting at Mt. We ordf""(l to Tuba nt Once. The Schley (S'y) Squadron will give the Spaniards a Saturday to take her Summer vacation. day night. A large crowd was In at Surptisc. How happy these soldiers would be if they could Ml am Lizzie Gormlev Is at homo for tendance from Danville and Stanford been apointed deputy warden of the ZIon. There will be no services at the see the elegant line of rest after several months of hard work and this place. Tho good ladles vied Frankfort penitentiary. Dr. A. II. Methodist church Sunday morning, but Messrs. Will with each other In trying to see that Stewart, of Floyd county, resigned the Rev. J. M. Mathews will preach at as a professional nurse. and Joo Hrooks aro at home on account every one had a good time, and that position to raise a company of volun night. Capt. T. W. Bottom, the veteran of tho serious Illness of their mother. they succeeded goes without saying. A teers. their SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED before Uorrce Combs, a third term life con- auctioneer, tells the Lancaster Record Espccia.ly our $ 10 Suits, and havegoing into Mr. W. H. Perkins was called to Bee very neat sum was realized for the action. on bcnellt o the church. vict sent from Louisville, was found ho has retired from this profession and Lick sovoral times tho past week The trustees of the Lancaster graded dead tn his cell at tho Frankfort peni- ha9 been licensed to preach by the -account of tho lllnoss of his father. 1- 6Vandcrpool left for school have employed Prof. J. II. Pat- tentiary. James Haughman sent from conference of his church. Ho will en Mr. and Mrs. S. to keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons Oroesbcck, Texas, Thursday. They terson, of Lebanon, as principal, vice Boyle died in the prison hospital tho ter the field as an evangelist. He has All goods Guaranteed coming oil' or misfits. a tent 01x70, with seating capacity of have the best wishes of our jteople for Prof. H. A. Gowcn, resigned. Tho re- same night. Charles Sallce perhaps fatally shot 800, which he will spread at Cornlsh-villtheir health and prosjHjrtty In their mainder of the faculty, consisting of: , Robert Shumly, Mercer couuty, June 10th. now home. Mrs. M. K. Pollock Is se- Misses Koyston, Murphy, West, Shu- his brother-in-lawmate and Klnnatrd and Prof. Postle, near Harrodsburg. An old grudge No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. The General Conferenceof the Methriously ill nt the home of herdaughter, Pearl Phil- were and Mrs. Belle Burn-sld- o caused the trouble. They are both odist church sustained by resolution Mrs. Joe Pleasants. Miss was employed as music teacher. wealthy and highly respected farmers the forbidding of evangelists to hold S3 lips has moved her stock of millinery services at any place without the cons goods out to tho store of A. II. Uastln. Prof. Gowcn has accepted a more lu- of tho county. W. M. O'Bryan, formerly passenger sent of the pastor. This will not now Mrs. J. A. Mercer and daughter, Gla- crative position In Knoxvillc. Gov. McCrcary spent Saturdry night agent of tho L. & X. at Ovvensboro, affect the past acts of Rev. H. C. Mordys, of Madison, lnd., are visiting her sunt, Mrs. Alice Newland. Mrs. Will here en route homo from Boyle county. who was published as being short In rison, who was turned out and relnstn '.V Are Important. Anderson, of Oklahoma City, who ha Miss Carrie Currey Is back from Chlck- his accounts, was checked up by tho ted for so holding a meeting In Texas, Your comfort, your health and your appearance depend largely on been visiting his mother at Crao Or- amauga, where she accompanied Gen. auditor, and found to be straight and but he can't do so again and remain In the Shoes you wear. We make a specialty of selling fellowship. gone to her mother's In Gar- Collier and staff. James V. Currey, of all right with tho company. chard, has An English syndicate has bought all rard county to spend a few weeks. She Louisville, Is spending a few days with f LAND AND STOCK. will remain In Kentucky until husband his parents. He, for several years, has the coal lands In Jclllco, Coal Creek, and Shoes that are dependable, that fit perfectly, that look joins her In Juno. Mr. Tudor and Miss been at the head of John C. Lewis fc Popular Crook, Middlesboro and Big C. Vanoy sold to W. T Beck 15 12- 3- if Mary Lcavell, of Paint Lick, aro visit- Co's shoe department, but on the 1st Creek region. Their capacity is esti- pound hogs at .'.GO. stylish, at the prices you used to have to4pay for very ordinary shoes prox. will asume charge of the shoe mated at 10,000 tons dally and they emWe are selling now a lot of Men's i4 and 15 Tan Shoes at $2. These or at Mr. D. H. KdtnlstouV, F. Held sold to F. P. Faulconer a department at, tho "Mammoth." Chile. ploy about 4,000 miners. The consid- cavalry aro line shoes and good, fresh stoclc. The toe? are a little ofF style. horse for 8100. TUB 2ND RKGiMKNT. M. Norrls and family have returned eration Is In tho neighborhood of V. P. Glvens' Three Bars won his here, from High Bridge, and will occu20, Just arrlv-eClMC'KAMAroA, May race at Oakley Friday. Oakdalc AccommoI. Tho South-boun- d The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. F. Held sold to J. H Baughman & m at this place and while resisting the py Mrs. Holhwcll's property. J. Imrir Hamilton at this writing is much dation and a light freight engine on Co. his wheat Sitmmor's sun I thought I would hot atSl.lH. 1 colGeorge D. Boone bought of various rost a few moments by penciling a few proved and is in a fair way to recovery. tho Cincinnati Southern railroad Capt. Mike Salter is In Frankfort lided near Graysvlllc, Tonn. Engineer parties a bunch of linos to tho INTKUIOU JOUUNAI.. This sheep at 21c. consulting Gen. Collier about organiz- Hudson, Fireman Edwards aud Brake-me- n A hen In Livingston county, known historic old battlollold is Indeed a beau Matthews and Swauson, till of to be 17 ears old, has laid 30 eggs tiful HjKtt for an oncampment. The ing a company of volunteers at this this j At the time the llrst call was Somerset, were instantly killed. Engi- Spring. l about 50 place. arua of Chlckamauga Park Tho Indications are that this year's square mllos and there arc about 50.000 made for volunteers, Capt. Salter was neer Walkenshaw, Fireman Day aud Make your homes cheerful ? In the revenue bttslnoss In the moun- Baggagemaster Drosbaok, of the Acof tho boys hero at prosont and more wheat yield will aggregate (550,000,000 bushels. coming ovory day. Since I commenced tains as gauger. Ho hurriedly resigned commodation, were badly injured. A medical society wasoreanlzed hero my letter wo have sottled down, but and came home to organize a company, W. L. Wood and Milton Warren foutid Capt. Duncan had forestalled Wednesday, named the Rockcastle bought In the Boo Lick section 150 have not pltohed our touts yet, for tho but He then went to work to assist County Medical Society. Drs. Cooper sheep at S2 50. II as constantly on hand every thing to make your houses clean and leautiful. 40,- roa-othat we aro minus touts, but him. Capt. Duncan and his long experience and PotttiH, of Livingston; Drs. Benton 000 to James Mc&sor has sold to J. II. they will bo bora In a day or so. I subof army life and ways was of very ma- and Clark, of Brodhead; Dr. Price, of Baughman & Co. the growing crop of we for tho boys of the second. stitute terial bonollt to the Lancaslur compa- Level Groan: Dr. Lewis, of Wildie, and hay on 110 acres at 3 per Before leaving Luxlugton, Mrs. Price, ton. ny. There i not a boy in tiiat company the profession of Mt. Vernon, were Jockey Tod Sloan, who rode Orna- Tlio finest and cheapest you have ever seen. Window Shades, Pictute Frames and a wife of Capt. Price, presented each who will not always cherish a warm present. Olllcors elected were: Dr. ment In the Brooklyn Haudlcap Saturmember of Company II. with a red tie large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examiue before buying. will bo styl- place In his heart for clever Mike Sal- Cooper, pies.: Dr. Lewis, vice pros.: day, rode live of the six winners of that and horoaftor tho company ter, who looked after their comfort al Dr. Pennington, secy, and troas. Mt. day. ed thu "Woody II." Tho llrst battalo'clock most with a mother's care, and whose Vernon Signal. Ninety cents was offered for growing ion left Lexington about No. 300 Main Street. Telephone No. 124. N. V. MAY, Cleuk. eyes were blinded .vith tears when ho Gen. Gentry Is making slpendld Wednesday evening, followed In 1.1 wheat during the past week. A farmer stood on the platform at Junction City headway in the great Gentry reunion, told us he had refused 1)2 cents. Wood minutes by tho sucond section. We and bid them farewell. He could not which Is to be held at Crab Orchard .'I o'clock ford Sun. pullud Into Chattanooga at go with them as a private, which he Springs this Summer. The mail is 1!J Thursday morning and stopped for a would gladly The rich Brooklyn Handicap was won .lave done; his ago pre- kept warm with communications be- by tho good In tho cars y hhort i't) four hours colt. Ornament. Ben vented. Miko Salter was one of the tween him aud the distinguished comIn that city. Wo roachod tho camp was second and Sly Fox third P.. Coleman most gallant captains under Morgan's pnuy who are to come together at that Time, 2:10. about s o'clock. I mot 'V command and fought through the civil time. Among other nion who aro to be and Spears Fisher at Somerset. The Oaks, worth $4,000 to the Mr. was won at Oakley Saturday by are noted for their hospitality war. He, of course, would prefer to present aro throe organize a cavalry troop, but failing In David R. Francis, of Missouri; Mr. Jas. I wish to again thank Mrs. Richard and Uarda, with Martha II second and that, will gut tiu infantry company to B. McCreury, of Kentucky, and Mr. Komornskl 9 Goode, of Lexington, for delicacies furthird. go in on tln qdota for the 2d call. of Missouri. Thomas Crittenden, A fanished this "poor" soldier boy while at A. W. Macklln, manager of tho I Lexington Lender. Lexington. Mr. Goode, by tho way, is a mous II. P. Popper farms In Franklin, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The following appeared in Friday's has just sold in Chicago the entire 11!; p.ttrou of tho iNTUiciotc Jot'KNAt., and Cole- Our Stock of although a staunch ropullcan, wouldn't Andy Gourloy, a railroader, aud Mies Louisville Dispatch: Mrs. Etta wheat crop of 1S0T for $1.70 man walked from Middloburg to 1. J. for anything. One Ll.lo, itaughter of U. O. Ballard, obBowling Brook, an outsider, won the do without tho : a distanco of oight miles, to Belmont Stukes thing that makes Chlekamaugii bo in- tained license Friday and will bo marat Morris Park, defeat I sco hor son. She is the mother of teresting to tho nuw comer or visitor ried Thursday. I ing tno great Hamburg, who came newspa: K. F. Bogley, who was indicted by Clarence Coleman, the young are the slabs and monuments dedicated third. Previous was second. V by tho several Status, showing whore the Laurbl grand jury for seducing per correspondent, who joined CompaBrent Bros, purchased from C. M. ny II. Mrs. Coleman heard that the Clay, Jr., (50,000 pounds of 1)7 crop of exI" Miss Lizzie Lorvllle, married her in each corps was stationed and tho SW second regiment was going South, and hemp at $3.50, and 25,000 pounds of the Into action and the the court-roojust before his case I act hour they wont : being uuablo to procure conveyance, 'OK crop result In killed and wounded. While was called. at $15. Bourbon News. ;:-walked to the railroad station to get a our company was marching this mornE. P. Woods bought of J. M. Big Thomas Allison, aged 16, and Miss Is full of the Nicest and IJest Things the market affords. i ing In tho Park I thought of ihostraln: Ruby Ourbaekor, II, of CnVo City, last look at her son. Tho train dashed statl, of Mt. Sterling, a pure Bates' 01 10 miles au hour, and of Marching Through Georgia" and will eloped to Nashville, Tonn., and were by ut a rate of (: bull of the Wild Eyes family for $125. tho married. They had been sweethearts course she could not recognize her boy. Ho io only 11 months old, but is a very hereafter know how to appreciate She then broke down and cried like a fine specimen. tnng. The Second Kentucky may go all their lives. were thrown from this place. I W. C. Rogers sold to Hudson BrothTomorrow nt Boll Plalue, la., R. L. child. The bouquets that to San Francisco WJJ like to hear from all Casey Ncsbltt, assoclato editor of the Leba- at tho windows lay crushed upon the ers, of Louisville, 211 head of cavalry would 0! track. f rlonds and letters must bo addressed non Enterprise, will marry Miss Jennie horses, also one car load to Robinson & With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes to me, care Company II., Second Ken- L. Platz, who is described as a very The gross total wealth of tho world Is Co., of Chattanooga, at $75 to $135. Ga. handsome and accomplished woman. tucky Vol. Inf., Chlckamauga, estimated at (50,000 million pounds ster- R. N. Wathen sold a Hereford calf Clakenck Coleman. A dispatch from Nicholnsvillo says: ling. Tho United States heads tho list of to M. C. Brown, of Carron Crow, LouisEld. William Bush, a widower, aged S3, nations with an aggregate wealth of iana, for $100. Lebanon Enterprise. Tim henpecked husband stepped In and Mrs. Sarah Jano Watts, a widow, Jml about 12,000 million pounds sterling, tho v front of tho building and gazed At tho present moment tho British "ti, of Camp Nelson, were married at Uulted Kingdom comes next with about. at tho sign over the entrance. the home of Levy Reynolds, brother-in-la- 10,000 millions, and France ranks third Empire is 53 times tho size of France, "Just tho place I've been looking 52 times the sizo of Germany, 3 times of tho bride. Eld. II. G. Frank, with about 8,000 millions. for!" ho chortled, going in. of tho Christian church, performed tho that of the United States of America, "Is this tho wotnun's exchange?" ho ceremony. When You Have a Bad Cold thrice the size of Europe, with treble asked. You want thetcst medicine that can be obtained tho population of all the Russlas. It extold that it was. Ho wa9 A shoe manufacturer with a head for and that Is Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)-- . tends over 11,000,000 squaro miles, oc"Well, trot 'em out." You waut a remedy that will not ouly glvo quick ligures has calculated that tho hides Incupies one fifth of the globe, containing relief hut ellect a permanent cure. "Trot who out?" was the rather of tho following number of animals You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs ono fifth of the human race, or dignant Inquiry. Furnished ou New or Old Vehicles. psople, embraces four continso I can get a would be required yearly to shoo tho and keep expectoration easy. "Why, tho women, You waul a remedy that will counteract any tenwholo population of tho earth, so far as ents, 10,000 islands, 500 promontories look at 'cm. I'm blamed tired of tho dency toward pneumonia. living with and want to known: Cattle, 245,8S1,334; goats, You want a remedy that Is pleasant and safe to and 2,000 rivers. woman I'm sheep, 25,482,000; horsos, take. exchange." W. G. McGchee, of Hopklnsvllle, . Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy Is the only medi.. and kungaroos, 25,000,000. cine In use that meets all of theo requirement. aged 70 year, head of one of the most M ElUlm Horry, of UiWplaee, says ho never hart This remedy Is fjmom for Its cures of bad colds nnyt lriK Jo him o much good andle such When you cm not sleep for coughing take Cham throughout the United Mates and in many foulgn prominent families in Southern Kenluick relief from thttomatiwi as Chamberlain' Cough Kumctjr. It alwaji gives prompt U'rlaln's countries It has many rivals, but, for the speedy tucky, filed suit against his wife for n Halm. Ho was bothered Kieatly with relict. It U uiott uxccllect for cold,, too, as It aids tins from bl ta knee- until, he tw,) ihU lini- expectoration, relieves the lungs and prevents any aud permaneut cure ot bad colds, stands without a divorce, alleging that she had treated peer and Its splendid qualities arf everywhere ad- him cruelly and inhumanly, and threat- ment which affords urompt relief. H. K. HaWer Tor tsale by I & tendency toward'pneuiuonla. Hocker by CraU mired and praUud. Kur I'ruiul.t St rarlc. Ohio. Tor ale by Craig A llockcr, Stanford, Ky. jened to poison him. h unlurd, Ky. Jlotkir riunfud. Ky. Messrs. Mnloy, Thompson j No Mope busl-nto- I con-veti- Wednesday, June 5s W 4 i j' Oi-oitl- '. -- Sell Goods For CASH ONLY. court-hous- e W. E. PERKINS. blue-gras- 25,000 SOLDIERS a ! CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS AND SHOES fine: NEICKWEIAR. e, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone I WELL DRESSED FEET HE-- BEST f SHOES up-to-d- 00. I ti d CALDWELL & LANIER, ti Wx."sr A. E GBBONS 50,000 Rolls of "Wall Paper, A. El. .'1 GIBBONS, Danville, .. lay-ov- er Hol-lida- - Ken-tuckla- ns win-no- r, I I FOOTWEflft ! i .' I Mc-Kiun- ey, I m Ladies' & Children's I .' I Shoes, Slippers, Qocolate, Tan, BroWn BlacH, I i I I : 1 1 joy-full- i I H. J. McROBERTS I w RUBBER TIRES 350,-000,0- l'-l- ahoot-in- g There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAR EN - I'i-j- SON. I. ii mill.,. 11. I.ln tru II !., i..,Hlf,iJ, "";-- '- , V i" r ' I ,. . ,.J..M.Ji-tlrntliyny1wlngfrj.1l..- r,f. I (! r J .4 DECORATION DA.Y. nn lnncor nnv doubts abou to find the Fronsh ilcrfl In tho Mcdlter-rancaand tho Caribbean sea Is a of Ccrvcra's licet. the whereabouts CAPTURING HOATS ON UOTH SIDES OF Commodore Schley informs the war larger sheet of water. THE WOULD. The flcot cruiser Columbia put into department that ho dispatched Stgsbce, May 31, 189S of the St. Paul, and late of the Maine, New York harbor Sunday with a great After severo electric storms of tho Stanford, Kv., to find out and he reports that he jagged ho'.o In her starboard side. She night before, yesterday dawned cloudy steamed near enough to state positive had been in a collision with the Brit- and threatening, but tho sun came out W. P. WALTON. ly that the Spanish Meet is bottled up ish steamer Foscolla, which was sunk. shortly and by the time the colored G. In the harbor of Santiago. This is tho The Columbia rescued tho captain and A. R.'s marched before noon, its rays were coming down with great Intensifirst positive Information that the gov- all 21 of the merchantman' crew. FlHDAY was big day In Lexington brought to Hong ty, making tho inarch very disagreeA report has been und the near', that was not fired by the ernment has had of Its whereabouts for able. Rhodes Lackey Post made inspiring music, eloquent speeches, the 10 days and It very much simplifies Kong by tho auxiliary cruiser Zallro a good The showing, Its 25 or 30 members, The road to economy is the main avenue. Its always lirilllnntlv illutniiiatod Itli aggressive campaign that tho American llcot Is short of promagnificent parade of soldiers, Uni- matters and ac being bedecked In flags and red bunt- glaring bargains, astonishing va'ucs and unequalcd piires. On this rout you wil can now proceed. Schley Is before San visions and ammunition. formed Pythians and other organizafind the knowing shoppers The Spanish and native soldiers were ing and marched In good order to mu It's by far hen It's in mey naved, and money tions in uniform, viewed by vast crowds tiago ready to demolish Corvcra the moment he moves close enough, while in a state of bordering on munity, un- sic by tho Reno town band. Elijah snved is money earned, of cheering people, is too callous to be Baughman was Marshal and he stirred by any thing. Gov. Bradley, as Sampson Is ready for action with a pow- til priests gave $1,000,000 with which atid Commander Chief Burdett and Cclup of Cuba. Tho to pay them off. he always does, made a fine speech, erful tleet on the North Both tho Spanish and Cuban strength Rout, another high officer, rode at tho Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, was as us-- . Spanish, of course, deny that Cervcra Is at Santiago and send out a story that In Cuba Is said to have been overstated. head of tho column. Tho Post was foluai, eloquent anu entertaining, wuiie he engaged Sampson off the coast of It Js claimed the insurgents have itot lowed by Rhodes Lackey Circle, the orator of the day, Hon. Henry of G. A. 11., Mrs. K. B. Knox, fighting men. fired the soldiers with increased Jamaica, sinking two of our warships, over 2,000 effective oth- Spain's claim that It has 2,)0,000 men president, Sons of Veterans, Win. Cook enthusiasm and gave every Kentuckian capturing another and caused the under arms Is laughed at, It being captain, and these by wagon loads of In our carpet department. 35c oil cloth reduced to 25c, 25c oil cloth reduced to 20e, further reason to love and honor him. ers to run. claimed that there are not over 03,000. little girls and many others in vehicles. 25c jute chain Jointless matting reduced to 15c, 40c ingrain pattern cotton chain Two of his sons, handsome, manly fel Gov. Bradley went to Lexington Of the 1S,000,000 pcoplo in Spain, 12,- - Arriving at tho Cemetery, Rev. Larktn matting reduced to 25c lows, are members of the Louisville LeSunday to deliver commissions to the 000,000 can not read and write, 8,700,- - Stewart led in prayer and Rev. Thomgion, Harvey and Henry,. Jr., one a 3rd regiment, which is to bo known a means of support," as Burdett delivered a creditable adcorporal, the other a private, but as the Bradley Legion, and got Into a lit- 000 have "no visible and moio than 1)1,000 aro professional dress. Tho graves of nine veterans much as he loved them, Mr. Watterson tle war. Some of tho Barbouryllle beggars. That Is not a good showing, were then decorated, and after tho bensaid he would rather suffer the pangs troop got In a row with some Negroes, Lord Salisbury's ediction by Rev. J. W. Lackey the protheir deaths would occasion than that when one of them, Charles Massey, and it gives color to nations." cession returned to town. remark about "dying they would ever turn their backs to the was knocked down. On hearing of the It has been definitely determined at At 2 o'clock after a little kick from Our 40c ingrain carpet reduced to 30c. Special reduction on lloy'n Knee Itnt foe or that the righteous cause for trouble the whole troop rushed to the Washington that the Red Cross flag on the Stanford band, which had been Suits and long pant suits, f2 suits reduced to $1.60, J3 milt de which they will fight should suffer reduced to $2, 15 unlti go scene, captured the Negro who struck hospital ship Alicante promised a conveyance to tho Ceme for 13 50, etc. feat. After the exercises the soldiers tho blow and might have summarially the pretended protect that vessel. Tho Ali- tery? because it was not forthcoming, We have on hands a handsome line of entertained the vast throng with a dealt with him had not Gov. Bradley shall not Confedcante forfeited its right to protection the white G, A. R sham battle, and the day was in many driven to the scene and succeeded in as a hospital ship by furnishing coal to erates and Mexican soldiers took up ways made memorable to all who were quieting the disturbance and making the Terror at Fort de France, Marti- the line of march, to music by the band, fortunate enough to be present. nique. tho men return to camp. followed by tho floral committee of Admiral Dewey, It Is said, has never beautiful girls In wagonettes and hunfeaIN urging the corporation tax A GREAT many of the volunteers ar ture of the war revenue bill. Senator not typical Kentucklana In nppcaranco voted in a political election in his life, dreds of carriages filled with people. holding, ns so many of the older men in It was one of tho largest demonstra Gorman denounced the supreme court at least and a man Is impressed with the army and navy do, that an officer tions ever seen hero and flags, bunting Suitable for sun or rain Wash fabric, White goodi, I.lnen, etc Special attrac decision against taxing incomes, and tho feeling on belioldlng the gawky ought not to dabble In politics, "but and flowers added to tho beauty of the Hon for fills' week. Itnrguins in Shirt WaisH and Over skirts said that it was now emphatically youths who are in camp at Lexington serve his country, no matter who is In scene. the time while we are engaged in war that If these bo tho country's depen- power," simply upholding the existing The following are the names of to test the supreme court upon the dencies, God save the country. Ap- - administration without comment or who marched in line: A decision corporation tax question. psarances are very often deceitful ! MEXICAN. ngulnst it will not destroy our financial though and within the breasts of these question. During the Civil War 5,231 comJack Bosley, William Burton, J. T. structure, but It will destroy the court. callow youths may burn a fire of paThe American people would amend the triotism and valor that can alone be missioned officers and OO.SGS enlisted Harris, Reuben Williams. men were killed In action or died of constitution so that In time of war tax- quenched with Spanish blood. CONFEDERATES. wounds received in battle: 2,i- - comes might be levied upon all Interests George P. Bright, T. M. Goodnight, For Ladici', MIsson, Hoy' and Men's Shoe. You got them foi Ion than nctunl cost. justly and equitably. Mr. Gorman op- HEAUTIFt'LLY AND SPLENDIDLY CELE- missioned officers and 1S2.32H enlisted P. A. Davidson, George W. DeBord.R. Also look at our "red letter" Mimmor dros goods which we sell at ocM to oliM men died from disease or accident, R. Noel. L. B. Adams, J. F. Cash, Bur- - Uicni. posed the silver seigniorage coinage BRATED. making a total loss of 2bil,"30 men. ry Calmose, Camden Duncan, J. . because ii Involved a political contenour premium Clock, Silverware and Modatfoni free with everv $56 NOT MUCH IN THESE DISPATCHES Deaths occurring after the men left tho Glvens, W. F. Abrahatr, George S, tion which ought not to be fought now, w orth of gcoiN. army are not included 111 these figures. Carpenter. Key West, May :10. British that we have the Sixinlsh army and naLocal European authorities estimate vy to confront, but In times of peace. bark, Rothcrmel, was captured by TNION. the area of the Philippine Islands at He advocated a provision for the issue on the St. Paul, Capt. Sigsbee, Capt. Georgo II. McKlnnuy, L. J. 150,000 square miles and their popof bonds, und if not enacted into law the while trying to land coal at SantiaVanhook, Thomas Oaks, Potor Straub, ulation ut S.000,000 to 10,000,000. The crises would conic, perhaps within .'10 goSi, MUford Hall, David Cloyd. W. II. Island of Luzon, on which tho city of Parsons, Littleton days, and the president would be forc Washington, May 30. The of Manila is situated, is larger than Win, Long, S. Price, Doc Russell, ed to issue bonus under tuc act 01 l&io T I). HANKY, Mnnnger J. Flornnee, C. Vanoy, i war department has planned to send New York and Massachusetts, and Win. Newsoin, at probably four or five per cent, interJohn Dye, Capt. B. F. troops to Santiago and Porto Rico. has a population of 5,000,000; and tho Powell, H. C. Ruploy. Eld. Jos. Ballou, est, instead of three as the bill proposHr.vich stores at Pari, Island of Mindanao Is nearly, if not J. J. McKlnney. J. F. Rlgnuy. Robert ana, Versailles, Eminence,Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, llanl.itown, l.awieiicebiug, Cynthi ed. HONG Kong, May 30. AmeriGcorKotown, Kljxnhethtown, Frankfort. MauckHrt, Ind. quite, as large. cans captured the Spanish gunboat, Foley, Harnett, M. J. Hubble, Frank The trustees of the Houses of ReA Deadwood (S. D.) special says: "A Layte. which was attempting to W. H.Johnson, J. W. Adams, G. W. form met at Lexington Friday and Satfund has been started hero by liquor Goodrich. W. R. Kirk, run dispatches into Hollo. J. T. O'Halr. urday, accepted the resignation of dealers to build the finest battleship The exercises at tho cemetery were President B. T. Conway, made because WAR ECHOES. afloat, to cost not less than 5,0O0,000, opened by a prayer by Rev. R. R. Noel. his increased duties as postmaster of Manila, and to be presented to the United The choir, headed by A. A. Warren, It coses $2 a word to cable to Lebanon, elected Mrs. Louise P. Van-deStates. The movement Is expected to sang "My Country 'TIs of Thoe" to an president pro tern, and Mr. Win. when you can cable. become national, and the projectors organ accompaniment and it was heartA dispatch from Chlckamauga says Worthlngton, son of the lieutenant Timothy Hay, 60 per cwt Corn Chop " 7ft ' of a generous support ily applauded. T. M. Goodknlght, Mixed Hay... that the second received their uniforms have assurances country." governor, to fill the vacancy in the 46 " Chicken Feed 26porbu. throughout the master of ceremonies, spoke a few Clover Hay " In board. A committee visited several yesterday. COAL. Gov Bradley has announced that It is denied that Gen. Lee graduated minutes and then read letters from Millet 10 " " farms with a view to purchasing a site rails liranch Lump lljperltut. will bo col Congressman D. G. Colson H A for the buildings and will report to the first In his class of 40. The Army und. onel and Hon. D. R. Murray lieutenant Judges Saulley and Alcorn, icgrettlng Straw Julllco Lump 10 Inability to attend, the former FeedOaM full board at its annual meeting June Navy Journal says he was 45th. " 10 " 46Kirbu. Jellico Nut.. regiment raised In their Desha Breckinridge has been app- colonel of the first owlne to olllclal engagement, and the Shipstuir 14, which will be held at Lexington. Special prices on both feed ami coal In 70 per cwt Advocate of the First Kentucky under the second call for latter on account of sickness. Col. Hill All the difficulties, which have ham- ointed-Judge large ipiiintlties. volunteers. One regiment will be re- was also absent and it devolved on Eld. pered the board, are now removed and regiment to succeed Judge Gregory. men. Gov Lieut. Joseph Garrard, of the U. S. cruited among colored Joseph Ballon to be the sole orator of within a month It Is hoped to have the Bradley has decided that the second the occasion. He was equal to It too Army, is here raising recruits for both buildings under headway. possible the white und colored cavalry. Lon- call must be filled us far as and made a speech full of pathos und from Eastern Kentucky. .Judge Morrow says that he is don Echo. patriotic sentiment. The graves of Admiral Sampson's fleet is off Ha those who had "fought their last bat mighty glad that this war came when A U. S. surgeon says that soldiers it did. The Nortn needed just such a can not wear shoes in the Philippines, vana, ready to convoy transports, out tle" and no sound can o'er awake, were demonstration as is now being made by but must use sandals and 40,000 of them the invasion of Cuba will not begin then strewn with flowers by loving until the army Is fully ready. Tho hands. Tho choir gave other selecthe Southern people to convince it of have been ordered. Is said to bo opposed to beentire devotion to the old tlag and their The President has made a Major President tions and the benediction was proginning this movement until It is pos uho country. Federals and Confederates General of Matthew C. nounced by Elder Ballou. It was after now stand by side In the ranks of a com- Butler, of South Carolina, and a Brig- sible to laud a large force, crhaps as 4 o'clock when tho people returnod to 100,000 men, fully equipped mon army and vie with each other In adier General of Oates, of Ala- much as town, feeling that they had spent the and thoroughly prepared In every way patriotism and loyalty. Hud the war bama. day patrlotlcly and profitably. Capt. striking a decisive blow. been delayed till both sets of veterans The troops engaged In the Invasion for George II. McKlnney was the chief Under Adjt. Gen. Corbln's present marshul and attired In his G. A. R. were dead, It could not have taught-thof Cuba will have much the same style lesson that It does today, that every of uniforms as the British in India. plan Kentucky's quota of volunteers uniform, and wearing tho National feeling of hostility has left the breasts Lighters are being built to land the under tho second call will be only a colors, he looked almost in young us little over one regiment. About 50,000 when he shouldered his musket und of those who were once arrayed against army in shallow water. of the second call volunteers will be each other and that henceforth they went to tho war for the preservation of Another Kentucky regiment, the used to fill out deficient regiments or are one and inseparable. Third, was completed Saturday by the gunized the Union. To him is due more than under the first call. The reCapt. Noel mustering into else the hiicccss tA a very Emmett G. Logan, who was there Gaines' company.service oftotal roster maining 25,000 will be organized Into to any oneprogram, and he was warmly Tho excellent Friday and saw the famed center of the regiments and distributed among the shows 014 men and 00 officers all told. congratulated. s region In all its vernal beauStates in the same proportion as under The rainy season In Cuba began more At tho conclusion of Mr. Ballou's ad ty, went homo and wrote for his paper: -than a week ago, and it is not unlikely the first call. dress, Hon. J. N. Saunders responded 'The Times takes it all back. Gov. that Havana is a perfect pest hole, but Virginia's quota of 3,000 men has to calls and mado an eloquent speech, Bradley was entirely right In having been filled and the regiments are ready is so which was none tho worse for being all the Kentucky boys mobilized at his- Admiral Sampson's quarantine for action. It will be Interesting to obeffective that not a single disease germ Impromptu. toric Lexington, in the 'heart of the serve whether these young fellows will can llye. There are 14 Confederates, five Mex- Lamps, 16c. Hell, 60c. Cyclometers, glorious Bluegrass region, where ev$1 00. fight as did their fathers. They aro among the ican, nine Federal and one War of 1812 Locks, There were three death Wrenches, 25c. Screw Drivers, ery prospect pleases and even man 15c. 10t highly praised by those who have seen Sunsoldiers buried In Buffalo Springs Oil Cans, Trouper Guards, . 10c Too Clips, 25e. 10c. ceases to be vile. The soldier who 45,000 soldiers at Chickamauga them' for their good looks, fine manners Foot 1'iiinpa, 76e. 15c. Hopair Outfits, Lamp llruckctri, wouldn't forever cheerfully fight for day, but none was a Kentuckian. An and soldierly bearing. They may pos- - Cemetery. 25o c Grapholine, 10c. $1 25. Tool Hags, such u country, after having Its present order for a general vaccination has sibiy equal their daddies, but neither Saddles, 25c BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, 10c. vision of loveliness stamped in living been Issued and 40,000 points have been they, nor any other troops, can ever Cements, colors upon his memory, ought to be received. excel them. Louisville Times. ' Col. R. G. Stoner, one of tho wealthII. H. Loche, a soldier from Clay hope to banished for life to the Dry Tortugas. CaptE. W. Llllard, of Danville, is iest men in Bourbon, has just suffered county, is tho first man af tho 1st Regraising a company of volunteers to go a third stroke of paralysis. The busiest man In Lexington Is Col. iment to get a death shot. He was in on the second, call, with Andrew G. Judge Carroll decided that the L. & a bad house at Lexington Friday night Sara J. Roberts. Besides seeing Deu. jm. Mcuonnell as lieu- N. must live up to Its specific contract and the landlady shot him in the atom Whitley and e, after his daily tenants. Llllard was formerly captain and operate the Bloomfleld branch. the Leader, running the internal uch, inflicting a fatal wound. James Baker was killed and two of of a company at Lancaster. McDonnol Edward Chenault, the collector's office and seeing after the his sons were seriously Injured by fullwas captain of the last company at Federal patronage in the State, ho finds colored citizen, who has been organizWe always carry a full lino of Bicycle Is o well equipped that we can manufacCarlisle, and Whitley Is one of the ing Pluto In a mine In Ohio county. time to be nice to his editorial friends. ing a company of colored volunteers, Philip Stile, of Parkersburg, W. Parts for tho manufacturer of lllcyclcs. ture or repair promptly and at reasonable young men in the county. Col. Roberts is closer to the president wired the governor and Col. Colson wealthiest we make a speWe arc in a position to make the lowest prices. Leading movers want to name the com- - Vn- has le,t hI? wlfc Realise sho per- - price on Hies, Spokes, Hints, or any thing cialty of Romombor and than any man in Kentuckyaud what he tendering the services of his company, pany in wearing corsets, much ngalnst s the Yerkes Grenadiers, in honor and at lowest prithat is used in tho construction of Bicy- This work Is says about affairs hero generally goei which uow consists t lf3 men. Lwx- Ma wishes. ces. cles. of Hon. John W. Yerkes. Ington Leader. at the White House. i One of tho exhibits of tho State of 5The cablws at CIcnfuegos, supposed to avergo every woman carries Kansas at tho Omalm exposition Is to On an IN their efforts to be on the popular have been cut by tho Marblehcad and bo three enr loads of canceled fnrm Second-Han- d , side, many judges make thtunsylves ri- Nashville, with the loss of several from 40 to 60 miles of hair upon her head. mortgages. diculous und contemptible. One at lives, are aga"jn In operation. There Is W, P. Walker, Jr.. freight traffic In rcsponso to u popular demand the has just handed down a laborious a belluf thut the cable cut were only manager of tho C. & O., died ut Cln- - body of Gladstone was laid away in Stamp for Illustrated Simdry Catalouo nnd Bargain Sheet. Send Two-Ceopinion that the garnishee law is un- dummies. These cables givoeommuni-catio- n cinnatl, after u long illness. . Westminister abboy wltlj tho other dis- constitutional. Next wo will doubtless The with Santiago. Mary Honorka, a Bohemian cigar- - tlngulshed dead, 032 Fourth hear of some ass of u judge deciding Croakers should remember that the maker, was shot in tho nose and left ' Posey D. Ball, was shot Largest Avenue that debt collecting In any way j un- war with Spain was but 30days old Muy eyo by her husband, Joseph, In New to death by Homer Taylor near Ren Cyclo Louisville, IMablishmeiit constitutional and then tho year of ju- i)th. They might also bear in mind ' York City, who then shot himself in Ky. derson, when ho went with Hhorlff to In the bilee t debtors will be celebrated. that It took Lord Nelson throe months tha right eye und died boon afterward. levy for a debt ho owed him. ntire South I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TlIRHH I n, - All Roads Lead To 11 ( the Louisville Store. I r Lu-dl- es Wat-terso- n, Astoniching Reductions All Wool Ingrain Carpet at Only 50c Per Yard. n, Umbrellas & Parasols, vet-era- ns Look At Our Bargain Counter RonH-mln.- The Louisville Store. ll A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. 41 i J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. or ex-Go- v. Produce of all kind Highest wanted. Price. Mark Hardin. J e I I BICYCLES! New And Guaranteed. I J blue-gras- A.T $20 TO $60. 2 SUN DRIBS. - . And Everything in the way of Cycle Sundries at Low Prices. Re-markah- ly I per-sona- wide-awak- j:a-pe- r, Our Manufacturing Our Repair Depart- well-kno- wn partment. ment i r ... - "" first-clas- and ShopWorn Wheels, $5 Pa-duc- ah to$0. nt &asStb THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. C. with malarial sever. - May 31, 1898 Walton, Biminkss Maxacikk. termined Store. Wo sell the best goods only and at 1'onny's Drug reasonable priced. price but quality It Is notthis cheapness of antbat dearticle. MMMHMMBMIHI personalaITociety gossip. I10KN, to tho wife of Thomaa O'Dcar 111 x a boy. MllS. S. 1'. StauO lias been for Mr. and Mrs. my entire tlmo to Your work solicited. Danks, Encuneeu "Pap" Orndokfk Is laid tho jeweler. olTon uccountof sickness. New Wall Paper or tho latest spring Miss Pattie Alcoun returned from styles. Prices madp to suit tho purWurd's Seminary, Nashville, Saturday chaser. W. B. McRobcrts. night. Mays-lloRev Geokcie P. Tauiiman, of His First. Sheriff S. M. Owens joined his wife and son here yes- wrote his first tax receipt yesterday. terday. Hon. M. F. North was the gentleman MISS DOLLIE MoROllKHTS will go who got the valuable piece or paper. to Mt. Sterling to.morrow to visit Mrs. THE latch of tho door of the First H. R. Bright. National Bank was pulled partly off by M. John C. Hill and Miss Stella Stephenson, of tho May wood section, some scamp Saturday night and there were those who thought an effort had aro both very low. Mil. AND MllS. LUTllKll SCANLON, been mado to rob the institution until a of Louisville, spent several- days with more thorough investigation was made. re-pal- re. k, - Little Bowman Owens is very sick Shall give iiSi LMJ'pfr'Vri'jAly' XnI4. . JkASm73 Why Pay A Profit ? h h &u Why pay a profit when you can get the same 1 tevurnl days. Hon. M. F. North sold to a Danville linn i cavalry horso for 81)0. Giliii:ht Gkinstkau. of Richmond, spent Sunday with homcfolks here. Miss Jbn.nii: Mkiishon, of Corbin, lit the guest of Miss Kthol Walter. Mlts. 13. 1'. Maktin went up to Mt. Vernon Saturday to visit hor mother. Miss Isaiiklla IIailkv has returned from Baldwin Somlnijry, Nashville. Miss LlU.11: Mookk, of Cacey, lathe guest or hor sister, Mrs. Kd Wilkin son. hue Mil. GKOItOB T. McROHKltTS gone to Jolletvllle, Ind., to visit his ons. Kditoh Jami-- s Makbt, of tho Mt. Vernon Signal, was here between trains sie McClurc,of Mt. Vernon, came down yesterday to visit Mrs. J. T. Ilackley. Miss Maguie Lewis, of Stanford, is teaching music at Livingston. She is highly recommended. Mt. Vernon , SlIELTON M. SAUKLEY, who Is learnWll.U WaI.TKH, of Corbin, Is spending ft few days with hU parents In thU ing the art preservative broke thu record Saturday in mastering the boxes county. Mu. T. H. Shanks Is at home from and setting type. He got up more than Lexington, where he has been attend- a half column and did it with fow ering college. rors. COL T. E. Biiiii, who lives with his Mil. W. 15. IIOMJBKMAN, ol Lctm-noSam M. Owens, nearly died spent bevoral days with his eon, from nom bleed yesterday. For over Hud Iloldcrmun. Miss Kathbiiinb Lbwis, a Defiance, three hours the blood Mowed, but was O., belle, will arrive this week to visit finally slopped by Dr. J. B. Robards, after the patient was nearly exhausted. Mm. W. II . Shanks. n, Mn-ln-la- Friday. Good Man and Thue. Observing tho item in this paper, Masterson Peyton, of Knoxvllle, writes us: Col. Ty son and his 1st lieutenant are thorough bred democrats. Tyson is a West Pointer and served In the regular army 14 years, retiring three years ego to Signal Miss Mary Hockeii, of Stanford, is practice law. You can assure Dr. Penvisiting her cousins, the Misses Slbolil, ny and his company that they will be of East Fourth Street. Lexington ably commanded, If by Tyson. Leader. Close Call. Lightning struck Mr. Mesdames James D. Oatts, of George P. Brlght's residence near Monttcello, and Roxio Buchanan, of Hedgevllle about 1 o'clock Monday Williamsburg, are guests of Mrs. John morning, tearing a hole 10 feet long in P. Davis. the roof and knocking the tops of two Mil. Tim W Higoins, of Loulsvlllo, chimneys off. It melted bis telephone was on Sunday's train en route to the wlro at the instrument and also at the South, and stopped off at Somerset to ground. Mrs. Bright was considerably see his sick brother-in-law- , Mr. W. F. shocked, but her husband felt no 111 Gogglh. effects save a considerable scare. Bes- J. W. Adams. Misses Mattib Newcomh and From 20 To 60 Per Cent. Lower From me? Answer this question for yourself. I am going out of business? Now can a man who expects to stay in business sell as cheap as I who am m Closing Out to Quit Business. 3 All I want for my stock is just what it cost; no 1 more. This opportunity does not often present n itself, so use it while you can. m Arm Broken. While playing cir cusaud doing a trapeze act Saturday, Sammy Lee, little son of Mrs. James A. Lee, lost his hold and fell to tho ground brcuklng his right arm near the elbow and dislocating It at that point. Drs. Peyton and O'Bannon were called and soon had the little fol low fixed up, but It will bo a long lime before he will be ublo to play circus again. MltS WILLIAM VANUIVIICK Is vlrlt. log her parents ut HtmonvllU. Uar-rodabu- rg LOCAL HAPPENINGS, The rollowing of ladles from Boyle, D. Domocrnt. Strawiieihmks, lincst, Kandy Kitch Mils. S. W. FP.Itltis and Hubert, en. of l'otighkoopslo, N. Y., aro visiting INITIAL paper ju-- received at W. 13, hrr mother, Mrs. I'arsons. Vkkhkna Dawson re- Me Robe rtV. Miss Wil.Lii: turned from Midway College Sunday. Bl'CKHYK Mowers and repairs at .She will graduate next year. T. C.MtSON and Warren ,t Shanks'. MIL AND MltS. J. hundoim ton, Reynolds, of Lonlsvlllu, NOW have a complete stoclrof bulld-iu- g are with Mrs. .1. K. I'ortmun. material. A. C. Sine. Hon J. N. S.UTNDKlts accomponlitd DON'T forgot tho strawberry supper MleM'ri Annie, Mary, Kate and Sodle at Mu Xonia Friday night. Alcorn to Louisville hist wuok. t 1 members the St. Asaph Chapter A. R., came up Saturday to take a look at the stream from whence their name was ttiken: Mesdames Hogsott, Phillips, VanWlnkle and Misses Mary, Jeun and Majorie Shelby, Alice Johnston, Mary Berry, May C'ooloy. They wcro accompanied by Mr. Atkinson. Lunuhos were brought along and MUs Lend, Colors, Staius Ac., on the muakct at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of Dolllo McRobcrts and Mr. P. M. Mc- shooting was of an accidental nature, the best Perrumes, Soaps, .Stationery and Toilet Articles We solicit your trade. Robcrts, of this place, accepted invita- releasing Pickett from custody. Ho tions and ate with them at the water hus many relatives hore and recently vhited them. works. News comes from Shelby-vlllethHartwell Pickett accidentally shot and killed James Cassell, of Louisville. Saturday night. Caswell was up to do ome papering for Mr. Pickett's father, Jumes A. Pickett, and the two men went to town apparently the best of friends. While comparing pistols, Pickett's was discharged and Cassell fell dead with a btillet through his forehead. The evidence before the coroner's jury went to show that the at Killing. P1IIG IS HEM I And we are now prepared to furnish you with the beat quality of n PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, tending tlu eommuncomont oxureUes of Millorsburg Fomalo College. Mlts. I)H. I.S. SVbsi.bY and children, through Saturof Muldloburg, iki-day to join the doctor at Laucnstur. MlI)AMUS W. 13. RltiSHY, of llardt-towand Lucy Davis, of Harrod-burare guests of Mrs. 11. J. MeRobertf. g, n, MISS ANN1K KVANS 1IKIOIIT Is at Jambs I. MKNr.m: loft Saturday night to join the army, but what company ho will get In Is not yet known. COL. AND MllS. T. P. HILL went down to Lebanon Saturday to visit thoir daughter. Mrs. Ronodlet Spalding. Mlts. Maktha Hknokicks wont to LouUvlllo Friday to see hor fon, Will, who l ntmudlng a buslnoss college there. Mus. Mattib Alvbuson and two Mattle May and little of Richmond, aro with Irene Alvor-oMr. and Mrs. J. M. Alverson. ' I'OSTMASTKU J. L. HOSLBY, of Paris, was bore Saturday U see his parents. Hlsotllcial and editorial dutlus keep him as busy as a bee, be tells us. Mus. ItBV. F. W. ALLBNand children went over to Lexington Saturday to ' sinrnd a few days with her husband's parents. Mr. Allen joined them Mongrund-dnughturs, n, day. , Mu. G. C. Mooub, aslsiant postmaster at Faint Llok, passed through to Jackson and Owsley countios Saturday where ho will try to raise company of 11 volunteers. Mus. LUCY GauuNBU, of Montgomery City, Mo., and Miss Sallle Gardner, of Winchester, Tenn., arrived Friday to visit Mrs. W. H. Underwood and other relatives. Miss Mauy Holmks Lusic, of spent Saturday with Miss Sal-HCook, on hor return from Hlehmond, where she was one of thu judges in tho declamatory content. CAlT. J. C. UltYANT, lato or this county, did not have his ambition to command a regiment gratified, but the ' governor mado him u mujor in tho :ird in tho place of Colson, promoted. James H. Nu.nnhm.ky writes us from Sponcerport, N. Y., that ho has Wrought Iron Ranges since sold d Hus-tonvllle, o 80-od- May 1th, and that ho Is weM pleased witk tho country and his position. Miss Ann Cathbuinb Alcoun will graduato at tho Western College and Seminary, Oxford, O., Juno 7th, and our junior returns thanks for invitation to tho exercises which last from tho 5th to tho bth. com. Elegant invitations to the Kenof West racneement exercises tucky College, Maylleld, have been from Misses Floreaeo und Elliott, both of whom graluato Maymo noxt Thursday. Miss Null MKKSHON, daughter of Mr. John D. Mcrshon, of this place, la one or tho graduates of Caldwell High School at Richmond, and sho sondsthls olllcoan invitation to tho commencement exercises which occur June 10th. New Teacher. Tho trustees of the opening to learn to mnkc SMITH. MrS. Surana Smith died at public school, Drs. J. K. VanAr.-dal- e candy. Call tit Kandy Kitchen. and W. B. O'Bannon and Mr. T. D. Rowland Saturday morning of paraly .SiiOOO'LY. Screen doors, sash and Nowland met Saturday and elected Mr. sis, aged 71. She was the relict of , M. O. Wlnrroy, or Danville, to teach Wryatt T. Smith, who died at Tuscum-blascreen wlro at Warren & Shanks'. 10 Ala., during the war. Some ihatBchool next year. Mr. WinTrey Home and rurm mi.xed paints. Best has assisted Pror. W. C. Grinstcad in years ago Mra. Smith suffered a stroke in tho market. W. B. MoRoborls. the Danville public school and is no of paralysis, another followed several 8 but the many years ago and 14 days before her death s doubt a good teacher, Danks will movu his jeweler ? friends of Prof. E. L. Grubbs aro the third and fatal one came. She was to a window In Penny's Drug Store mighty sorry tho trustees did not see never able to speak or move after the fit to elect him again. It has not yet last and laid In a stupor until welcome Will Boclb, a colored boy, was been decided who will assist Mr. Win- death came. She was a devoted and fined ih and costs in Judge Carson's frey. devout Methodist and attended every service of her church as long as her court Friday for striking his sweetSOLD OCT. Dr. J. K. VanArsdale hea'th permitted. Rev. W. S. Grin-stea- d heart. has sold his slock of groceries, hardpreached her funeral at her late E. F. Bailey, the ft uy wood mer- ware, ite., to Messrs. James N. Cash home at 2 i M. Sunday afternoon, after m chant, had a tine horso killed by No. and Henry D. McClurc and the work which the remains were laid to rest in 2(1, the Northbound passeiigor, Friday of Invoicing was begun yesterday. The Buffalo Cemetery. The children who morning. doctor has been in bad health for the survive her are L. T. Smith, or Casey, Buj Catch. Manager T. D. Ranoy, past two years and sold out in order to Wyatt Smith, or this county, and m His succes-or- s are both Mesdames Muggie Yaden,or Brodhead, of the Loulsvlllo Store, is the boss rat recuperate. experienced young business men and Eva Yaden, or Louisville, Mattle Payne, catcher. He caught 11 in one trap one clever gentlemen and they should, and or Lebanon Junction, and Kate Goode, 2 night last week. doubtless will, do a good business at who made her home with her mother. Yesterday was a legal holiday, but the old stand, which is one ol tho best lire FriDallas, Texas, hud u Postmaster Florence did not get much in town. Messrs. Cash it McCluro are and the latter has been day night. benetil from It. He was In his ottlce brothers-in-laThe G. A. R. will meet at Glasgow 3 in the mercantile business slnco ho was except about throe hours. II a boy. He Is an original Crab Orchard next year. jv STH.WHEliRir.s. A box of the larg- boy, but has lived at McKinney for tho Raiders dynamited a tollgate In Henest we nearly ever saw was sent 'is by last five years. Mr. Cash Is a son ol ry county. Mrs. J. A. Dudderar. Some or them Mr. John F. Cash. Bourne VnnArs-dal- o W. F. CheH mortally wounded G. W. were as large as a list and they were as will remain with the Arm through Smallword, another merchant, at delicious as large. the year. Tom Haydon, colored, will stretch William Tucker, a brake-m- an Hcrt. From Costa Rica. Mr. L. Thomas on Capt. Wm. Goer's train, was Laslcy Is back rrom Costa Rica to see hemp at Hartrord Friday, ror tho murstruck In the back of the head while his mother, after two years' absence. der of Bona Logan. G. A. Jones, or Worthlngton, was going over the bridge over Pottlnger's Ho Is very much changed in appearratally burned while tryfng to save his Creek and badly hurt. IJo was stand- ance by that tropical climate, but his ing on the top of a box car and tho friends readily recognize him even if b.irn, which was burning. timbers of the bridge hit him. His ho does look liko a Spaniard. Mr. Las-le- y John Harris, a gambler, shot himself fatally at LaRue, Ind., when he lost his homo is at Grcensburg, where he is Is u conductor on thcFcrrocarrll do last $. in a polker game. ktlll In a critical condition. Costa Rica, tho llrst word meaning railMrs. Lucy Wilcher, of Delphos, O., San Wants to Raise a Company. Mr. road, and running from $.'100 Jose to put one of her little daughter's eyes a month, Jos. T. Embry went to Lexington Fri- Port Llmon, and gets out when sho shipped the little thing day with tho hope of securing a com- which nltor counting, the difference in tho face, and the mother is now u mission to raiso a company in this coun- between its stiver and our gold nukes raving maniac. ty, but found that tho 4th rwgimont much greater wages than our conducwould be raised in thu 11th district und tors receive. Though In tho tropics, Half rates, llag presentation 2nd Ky. that Congressman D. G Colson would Mr. Lasloy says tho climate or Costa Reg't., via the Queen Route Thu other regiment Rica is most delightful, being almost from all points in Kentucky, June 1st. be ltd colonel. prlncl will bo co.mposed of Negroes, but if an the same the year around. The Tickets good until June 2nd to return. other call Is madu Mr. Hmbry will have pal products aro bananas and coffee, Great Military Demonstration. Don't a show. Hon. Harvey Helm accompan- ubout 7.",000 bunches of the former be- fall to ga. ied Mr. Embry and with others put in ing flipped Irom Port Lirao alono a a god word for him, but every thing week. Tho intelligent portion or tho We ure uuthortzed t announce was cut and dried und outsiders of tho Inhabitants aro Spanish, with many row Americans, but the Germans and a 11th district stand no show. larger part ol the population is a mixThe Second Regiment has ture or Spanish and Indians, which is Of MmlUou County, u candlilaU (or Con Death. gress In thu Eighth l'oii;,'re-loiii- il District lost its tlrst man by death, Gentleman- very ignorant and superstitious, being of Kentucky, subject to thu action of thu or tho Catholic (ictnocrutic party. ly Roland Burcholl, for a long time ontlroly under tho rulo clerk lor A. Trlbble, ut Junction City, priesthood. Tho Spanish openly exdied at St. Joseph's Flospital In Lex- press sympathy Tor Amorica in tho HON. G. G. GILBERT, ington. He went to Lexington and was present struggle, but are really ror for Con mustered in at. a member or that tkolr mother country. Mr. Lodloy em- Of Shulfov County, Is u candidate District of cre. In the ElgMli Congressional regiment. Ho was not strong) caught barked at Port Llmon and arter a lire Kentucky, huiijoci to the action or tuu demcold and developed pneumonia, which days' voyage across tho Caribbean Sea ocratic party. He was from and tho GuK or Mexico, arrived ut ended in his death. Mitchollsburg and Mr. Trlbble brought Now Orleans. It costs 3(i! to make the HON. J. B. THOMPSON, his remains home for interment. Tho trip on sea and land to Stanford from Of Mercer, N ti candidate for deceased's father is dead but his step- Costa Rica and Mr. Lasloy thinks it for Congress lit tho Klglitli Congressional mother, who was Miss Mary Helm, of is tho nest of countries for persons DNti let of Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic patty coking employment. this county, survives. A OOOD busl-nosto-da- CRAIG & HOOKER'S. i(M!Gg&i&m8$&mm'MEsm1 Summer Clothing ! 1 SUMMER SHIRTS. - i $ Summer To Suit All. : Shoes I m ,1j ir ?oe our Line I rt Soft Bosom Shirts, 50c, 75c, And $1. Our Lino of Gent".' w I I Black jr)d Tar) is correct in style ana correct lit Styoes price r SEVERANCE & SOVS. I n. mmMmmm$mmmsmmm The Deering Mower. None Better. FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. ! Si t hon.jas. b. Mccreary MASTIC MIXED PAINT Will cover more space and WEAR ON : LONGER. Wo Invite full luspectlon. A Than nny other upon this market. full stock of Lead, In And Colors Also V Stock. 11 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. k v4U4i2w itt8fciJ'i3LXfr : : v w - u: ,( I k V Machinery nnri Labor. THE INTERIORJOURNAL United States Commissioner of Education William T. Harris, in Forum, shons by tables compiled fr"om thecen-iu- s statistics of 1S70, 1SS0 and 1S00 that VA'bllali.ai.'X'iAaoS.a.ya and. rrldavs IP there is a decided upward trend of labor employment to ii l?!Cli VJCA.lt 1T AUVANCK from primitive, skilled service with higher wages. For When not sopaldJDS.EO will le charged. xatnple, in each million of our popu0 lation ctnplced in 1S70 there were indhiduals classed as mere blacksmiths and 14,7-1- other workers in iron and steel. In 1S90 the actual number of TIME CM, blacksmiths decreased to 0,026 in a million of workers, while the nniehlnists KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ihd other iron and steel imisnus had increased to 21,831. Thnt Is, in rough figOS a m. Anrlveant.M.-uiiordnNo ures, in 20 jearstheblncksmithlugtrade No 4 Unea Manfonl at - 2 10 A. M. Row land at 12 iV. 'i.21 Arrhesat has lost 20 per cent,, or 1 per cent, n 3 41) V. M. XI lacs Stanford at X rear, of its laborers, while the iron nnd steel trades have gamed relatively 50 per cent., or at the rate of 2ya per cent, yearly. Commissioner Ilnrris contends .12 37 in No. tl Train golig North . !41 a tu that the theory that machinery is " " N.S6 "' .12 41am " South No.S.'S to the best interests ot labor is . 127pm " N.23 " untrue. He claims, on the contrary, allll'olnts. that invention brings comforts and Ii'H!I TICKCTS MILD. HAtHSAOE CHECKED THROUGH. .usury into the lives of all the people, Tor. any Information enquire ot and surely, if slowly, promotes the laJOE S. IUCE, Agent, borer from a digger in the fields earnStanford, Ky. ing bare necessities to n specialized worker with higher desires nnd the abilFRANKFORT AMD CINCfHNATI. ity to gratify them. For the wise protection of individual workers theiigher , a i aim i. ic.l raokwrt ai class of occupations labor. The phyeourtecUnt: atlieotvctown with (J .t C ami reach-iParis i anil 3 10 r. M. Paris at h W a sician for health, the lawyer to conserve r m . connecting at at3:2U . m anil fl with J A C. ami reaching Frankfort at 11 M property nnd personal rights, the offi' JOSEl'll It. NF.WTON. A. . P. A. cials of the government to forward the public welfare; artists, musicians, auQUEEN & CRESCENT. thors and a score of esthetic professions ill-pa- id 11,-?C- POLITICAL POINTS. Conjjresa-ma- n D&io0jpDpppppqacqqqqqqaaaaadac llMI KHWCVILLE-DIYISIO- t 1 VO Gov. McLuurln appointed Wm. V. Sullivan to tbo United States Senate to succeed the lato Sena iri tor Walthall from Mississippi. In the U. S. Senate are 12 men who served In the Federal and 12 who served In the Confederate army. In tho House 57 fought on the Union and HO on the Confederate side. Kvaiis' outapu bill was passed. The object of It Is to have spirits boar the Kline Import duty at tho time of Impor tation that they would have borne aa an Internal tax If they remained in this country, and was offered to make the question clear. lT Tho lion. John D. White says ho will run for Congress In tho Eleventh dis- inno VVV Wr, Representatives in many towns anu cities, are a great FV many far one firm to have, ft implies a a W J. T. SITTTOWr, - Undertalcor, Huatonvillo, Kontucky n 1 pi w.s . 1 Offers his icrrtcfs to the uplt ofWVst Lincoln and Catey counties, stock of Cottttiiaml hand. I) H. Carpenter. Manager. " Tremendous Business. In the tailoring trade it BOUND TO SELL All thoso Malta Cultivator, All those I5.UI bearing Dewing mowers, All tlio-- e Hall louring Inuring hinditrS, All thoo nice working Dooring liny means that the I iff !& $ firm is dressing a host of people in a satisfac tory manner. Well, that's the number of representatives increasing cicry year, that arc now taking orders for M. Born & Co. The Great rnkt'H, All those ncnt looking Iniioi, All those solid Oak Mill. Furniture, All those cross rowing uorn planters. All of those at I). L UAKPKNTBK'S. lhiHtoiiTillo, Ky. trict against Judge Vincent Borelng, unless some other person decides to makotho race. Mr. White will not submit his claims to nny arrangement made by the present congressional committee, which he says Is corrupt. When vou ask an editor to suppress an Item of news because It does not suit you, then go and ask your crocer to exclude pickles from his store because you can't eat them, or your butcher to quit keeping bologna because It goes against your stomach. There Is iust as much fairness In one as In tho other. News is the editor's stock In trade. So are pickles to a grocer nnd bologna to a butcher.. Chicagi Merchant Tailors, 8 W m ) al 1 n lY I The beiuty of beiig dreiieJ by BORN it that )ouare guaranteed in all particulars and jet pay no more than you would for inferior tailoring. The dtewieit and most prominent men in America, Senators, Congrcu-me- n, Governor!, Judges and Majon, leaie their mea. lure with BORN for suits and oeroatt. Hundreds of5amplc and all the Latest Styles to choose from. and they have won this enormous trade by sticking to the motto of "ONLY THE BEST" best in material, workmanship and trimmings, best in,fit, style and fashion. It was the same rule when there were but 70 representatives as it is in the 7,000, and as it would be with 70,000. A. C. SNE. .flKALKK IN. IL U M B 113 R9 SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. n CALL ON ) George-tow- n -- H J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. -- FIRE INSURANCE i - f m T ri i V 17-- ', in, I' IF Mrs. George M. Pulllum has reTliKnounced the terms of her husband's - diversion to provide necessarjnnd cul- will and chosen her dower right. She Train pass Junction City as follows: ture. These higher occupations are will secure a d life Interest in 4 11 p ra 2 North 12 Kpm No. Ho. 1 South 8 41am " " constantly increasing, nnd are recruit- all the Pullman realty and d of No.8 " H4iam " 6 " 54 p m No. 5 " lllSam 8 05pm 600am ed from the ranks of those crowded out the personal property absolutely. By "10 " No. 0 " from former avocations and selected for tho latter alone It Is estimated that she No. don not slop. No. 2 stops only for from South ot Somerset 'J ami 1U run no fur- theJrgreater versatility nnd power. Sumonly to Somwill receive more than $:i,000,000. ther than J unciluu City and Sand erset. ming up the matter, the commissioner : Edward FlannnRan. who killed Mrs. says: "As fast us the supply of the lower order of wants can be effected by F. C. Allen and Miss Ruth Slack in Co., 01 Royal makes the food pure, means of machinery Inrge numbers Atlanta, has been sentenced to hang wholesome and delicious. who Is over 40, press upward into these vocations which June 24th. Flannagan, KOUNDKD 1HOB. daughhave to deal with intercommunication, was in love with the the diffusion of science and the refine- ter of Mrs. Allen and he killed the woment of taste. Suppose thnt men because they objected to his attenHTASrOP.l), KY. machinery should so far conquer tions to the girl. drudgery that one person in each hunAn effort is being mndo to have tho dred by the aid of machinery could furnish all the food, clothing and shelter sentence of Will Tutt, the Ncsrro wife murderer, to hang June 17, aOIayfield, needed for the other ninety-ninevImprisonment. It is ery one of these ninety-nin- e would find commuted to life claimed in a petition sent to the govample employment in the higher order of employments which provide means ernor that Tutt did not have a fair COMMENCEMENT for luxury, protection and culture. The trial. Stanford, Ky., discontent existing at the present time mile Is culled a kuot. It Tho nautical originates largely in the feeling that contains fi,0S6.7 feet and our mile conAbsolutely Pure there is too much drudgery and too 5,230 feet. That makes a knot a little time for science, art, llternture tains Annual Sermon, Sunday, June 5th, In the Christian Church bv the Hev. J. K little more than one and and the contemplation of ideals. Inmiles. A ship that satis 20 knots Smith, of Richmond, Ky. stead of coming too fnst, useful inven Goods Warranted. AOYAl Annual Concert, Tuesday. June 7th, at S r. M., In Walton's Opera House. PODtH CO., NEW YORK. an hour goes 211 miles per hour. tions are not coming fnst enough." Fit Guaranteed. Students' Entertainment, Wednesday, June tith at 2 'M v. m. in the College Chapel; Garfield King, a Salisbury, Md., Ne' graduating clns, conferring degrees, Thursday, Juno Essay Commencement Give Him a Call. One marked feature of the war is the gro, was takeu from tho jail, hanged 9th at 8 p. ., in Walton's Opera House. extraordinary stimulus to geographical to a tree and shot to pieces. He was Jou.x H. Castlkmam. A.O. I.AXIIAN, Di;ilers In study, not merely in the schools, but in awaiting trial on the charge of having every home and office in the Innd. ! 7VY. deliberately shot Herman Kenney, a Strangely enough, says the Chicago boy. white Order Olllce and IVed Exchange near Itall-ro- Chronicle, the thenters of operation of ICv. both the Crosliiff. I)ejot &t., ttiinfi HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & American nnd Spnnish fleets 9, CoaI Yard, Mill St.. liitelj J. H. Illggliis' INSURANCE COMPANY up to dnte have bren in the least known We will k'11 at Hilili nale SURGEON, t'U.nd. S:itlfactlou Guaranteed. Jan. portions of the world. Not being a Land Acres Bluo-Cras- s -OF LIVERPOOL. colonizing nation, the people of the I have decided to adopt the Cash S stent A. S. Adjoining our home, situated on tlie Stanford .1 United States, speaking of the masses believing It will be better for my ctiitoineN Otienhpim juke and South ofthe Cral.OriliKnl and Ofllcoovor Hlgglui ti Mt'lClune'. Mure jSurgeon Sinrar druie School Hump. In Uiimln roiiutt generally, are not special students of n well as myMslf, so beginning This land It well watered, bin or six prl!?s on It BHRBBE & Jenti3t, geographj-- . The most of them will running all the lime hand) to hun hm aud m h.l I will Ihmio, kjqi1 nrlguiiorliooil and in xoo.1 Mate ol cul know, before this war is over, the sali.MANAdl-ILS- , tiratlon Will o ull one rnme Louisville, Ky., ent features of the world's colonies in Only. Thoie owing mo muitwill forward Yote Ozen. 1 Dry Ccw, 2 Gscd DarhasiCc7rs Kettle or tholr account placed OffloooTer Mclloberts' Drug Store In tbellOwsler general nnd win not fall into a too and A. Commorco ;Building, Louiavillo. in W Tribute's hands for collection. nev, AmlCalrea I 3 hore wactjn, tt'xxl Uuildlns. Km AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN CAR-OYV. A. 21 Crab Orchard. prealent error of crediting the United lucky Wheat Drill. '1 urnliij Hows. I Hill ld Agent Throughout tho outh. How, I SlioTel flows, I Waltir.l Wood .Mtiwer, I States with the ownership of all that is lEeair and Hinder I old Hertford Hull oxtrn lino liorva, and ninny worth having on the globe's surface. T?r. The Ladies HeM.turant is the llnest in other arlklos loi tillom to mention Term nude known on day ot al and mI to the city. Every convenience for ladies tKttl Asnt, A large number of privates nt Camp ( CAW Y AIIII.VHAM. pin at II A. M. spending the day in the city, Crab tin lurd, MU McKhilej' are being turned down in tlie Gcntlonen'.s Cafe on olllce floor. Kentucky. Stanford, l examination, says the Iowa THOMAS A. IY.ULLICAN, 1898. State IJegister, because they have "hamMaiinger. mer toes." A hammer toe is one which Co Music Tues w, Tiiiirsd ty aid Hand ay turns oer at the bottom so that the : : Ky, GREEN BRIAR CTentiNt, I'vening OK STANCOllll, KY. nails touch the bottom of the shoe. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. If a man is a physical giant, and perFail up Capital, 5200,000 00 I wUh to minouiii-r tint tliiiK).uI ir fect in every other respect, a hammer resort wll1 In ojk ii for tho u hijiukkIu-tlo- n Surplus, 17,603 SO toe will prevent his acceptance, for a of quests man so afflicted is worthless as a solTDK llr provisions of It. i li.irt.-r- , t!wllers are a full)- pnit lsl at nre ilelturi In .Snllonal lUnki, dier. One long and hard march would nill'Q PDl'TTTO'l! OVO'I.TU iu sbairholilcrs Ifliii; hvhl Imlh liliully liable to so irritate the nail on n hammer toe lEoduuud nittw during tin- first month iiiFi'xiviii oi fl WfifAICOI 01 1)1 fall, tho par rnltie wie aiiiuiiinei uivirstMk wuthii at Road ina.MlUun to Mieaiiiouiit for Informntioii In regard to rntes, etc., that the man would be unable to walk In suih sli4r It may act a exectitor. aj ntldren We can save jou fiom j3 to 521 on iinjfor davs. uiiinitrator.trusue, Ac ,a fully at an ludlrlJual. T. II. WRIGHT. thing la the chide lint. 'Icndtringuiir t hunks to thiito who hatentruit-rl'EXEntATFS V Cnib Orchard. Kv. their hiulnot tit u, we trutt hoy will toutiuus Arrajed In all the glory of n to do to, ainl we oiler QUIT PAYING BIG PROFITS EIGHT GREAT STATES tention to same our 2Uat HRiiaruutcefor prompt atjrart' exiriciice lu hank. blouse and cap, the long, Inland BlUeralacciiumodatloiit at are rontltteul white claspknife cord around her neck nnd come U u. lot us ell you u vehicle Kentuckv, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, with sound bauklug 7 Xortb and South Carolina, DISKCTOR5. nnd with her arms covered with tattoo- eheuper thnii yott cm buy II In Central Ivy. Aliib.imu, MIsiKtIjijiI. V, J. ROMANS OARRIAGH CO J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; ing, a pretty girl was arW. II. Ciiiuiiiii, VrcttohernrlUe; SALE. 10 lm Lancaster, ICv. raigned in a New York police court the J. S Owsley, Sr , J. II. Uwsjer, William t.ootb, S. II. .Sliauls, A housuntid lot In Moreluud Station, the other day by Gerry agents. She had 8 J. Kmhry, J V CaiL, main bulNllnir 00 bv .10, two stories hlirli, up A W. Carenler; J. E. Lrnn, run away from home to Join the navy. per story fitted up for dwelling, suitublu for J. N. Meutlce. The guardians of the wayward children smii'.l fumllj aud n hide building 14 by DO, Dutweuu Louisville, uiii' the South. orncaHS. corn cribs, ware room nnd salt shed, well S. II. Shanks President; of the metropolis caught her ns she was And Dealer in arranged for n genera) store, have been sellJ. 11. Owslcr Cashier; an nrtist on the BowW. M Ilrlrfhl ing from Slfl.OOy to 520,000 worth of goods eller HARNESS, SADDLERY, SsC. bargaining withpicture of the Maine on ery to tattoo a auiiuully, Is orTurcd for sale. tiP5J&$w iwP aTT3a Each wify between Louisville and Lexington Sua her pink skin. STANFORD, KY. rf r' one-thir- one-thir- 1 1 m G ELDREDGE SEW! IMG ! Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. PHBNIX Scotland. MACHINE. Caledonian Insurance mi POWDER BAKINQ e, The Latest Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. EXERCISES OF R. B. MAHON Y, Agt., H. C. RUPLEY, BAkS The Merchant Tailor, , Stanford Female College. Is Receiving his Fnll Aud Winter Goods. three-twentiet- h jsjoe:l.cS6Son, 1 Coal, Corn And Hay, PRICE, PUBLIC SALE DR. R. PH6LPS, Kentucky. FOf? CASH ! On Thursday, June '98, ataurord, Ky. SE$ s&y 200 Stanford, ; ( dune15 sell for Gash 1 LOUISVILLE HOTEL CaSTLBMR. ul.-- 1 xB,. B. PElTlTir. 'esEjEje: 1 ir W. A.. TB1BBLX, ) K)-- . phj-sicn- Season of Stanford, SPRINGS auni-tne- 1 Farmers BanMTnist J.C.JttcGliW! jjj--w-a, SoutHern Railway BUGGIES, SURREYS J"CT2SrE3 Phaetons, Wagons. - , 1893. - - thi-tvu- d I 'iX Store Room & Goods FOR UNDERTAKER! Through Sleeping Cars Jyhyin fey TAKE THE MONON,' 1 lv H North Carolina paper says: "A negro struck his wife two terribleblows on the hend with an ax. The negro escaped to the woods, and his wife soon revived and said: 'I mighty glad he done It, kase now he'll stay cl'ar er de en I won't have him no mo'.It wuz a lucky day fer me w'en he hit me wid dot ax!' " Very few of us are as thankful as that for these little blessings in disguise! A neigh-berhood, PRICE, SI ,200. n. n. three: daily trains W. A. TURK, G. 1 A.. Washington. 1. V AV. II. TAYLOR, A O. P. A. Louisville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, t&iVf:fni lO 1i7t H. LVZZi? ,frK. Also u good stock of goods at prime cost. Until tho liousu and goods are sold lu a bulk, I will sell goods for cash at aloiit cost. Tlio botisu will be rented after the 1Mb of July and the goods old at auction, regardless of prlco Morulund Station, Ky. KY. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, 915.760 kixo, tr J- ON DECORATION DAY to T. TINNING Jones, & BIG 4 ROUTE. The Uett Llueloaml From The Popular Route to It If CHICAGO. JTrink J. Reed, O. V. A., Chicago. .E. IL Bjcon, D. P. A., Loufcvlllo, Ky she ordered some awnings. The bill rendered was $450, which amount was pnid after the bill, by request, was mode out for $1,650. The captain's trimmings were $1,200. A Boston man has been with exquisite It Instated that when the Vlzcaya waa nre reproduced in New York Naturo always decks hor fluids and gardens KY., blossoms and verdure, which stock of Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing in our lino carpets. You can ilecorate your rooms and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's from our artistic designs In Carpets. Rugs, Muck Diamond Roof I'm tit. Telephone No. and Mattings In beautiful etTuets aud colors 20, residence.. &Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. II. Ouughmun Co.'s Mill 21-- tf STANFORD; TOLEDO AND DETROIT AH Points in Michigan. PLUMBING, OHIOAGO. 'Whlto City Special." Ileal Terminal Station. ST. LOUIS. Aroldlng the Tunnel BOSTON. W. W. WITHERS, - Kentucky. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. sentenced to Stanford. four years imprisonment for stealing ,an caster, : Kentucky Mrs. Adellu Woods lu charge 72 centfi. The judge probably thought It would be dangerous to permit a mn Branch Store'and Undertaking Outflt at Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd table. Everything at large who didn't know enough to Tortere meet all tralns.B 89 Hustonville. Ky. take mora than that. first-clas- s. Mason Hotel Waguor.SlecplnglCart. BuBot Parlor Cars, Wagnrr SImpIdb Cars, Prltat SUnf0'J liirriS".? 0,! 8. U' Daugbuiau. " Compartment Cars, ElegiDt Coacnei and Din a. I. J S. Docker, " i lug Cars, T.P. Hill, W. P. Walton " Y. A. Trlbble. J.U.ColIler.Crab Orch'd M. J. tl.ller, oil. Vernon. De sure your UckeUread'.Tla "DIG FOUR" M, D.Elmore, btanford. WARItENU. LYNCR E. 0. MCCORMICK, orricaxj. Traffic Mgr., Ass. Gen. Paas.ld TktJ J. S.'Hocker, Preaident; J.J. McItoberU.CashU CINCINNATI OHIO. A.:A. McKlnuey, AwltuiiiCashler. NEW YORK. Attention ot the public It called to the fact that this Is tbeouly National Dauk lu Stanford. Under the liroslslous ot the Nation jl itanlr 1.1 depositors aie secured not only br the capital stock hut by the stockholders' liability (or au amount equaltn the stock so that depositorsof thlsiuttltu. Uon are secured by a fund ofJAO.OOC. Kite sworn ttatemetiU o( tho condition ol the Hank are made each year to the United States Oorerument and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional and juried talcf to depositors. This institution orlfinally ettalillshed as the De posit Hank ot Stanford In 185H, then reorganised as the atlonal Hank otStantord in lacs n,i..,.i reorganized aa the First National Dauk of Stanford In lSi,has had practically an uninterrupted existence for M jean. It Is better supplied now lacilltles for transacting Lutlness promptly and wit' liberally than fever before in Its long and honorable carJ1r,.ic,C0lJu,s0'. IndlvIJuals, fiduciaries, ttnna and Individuals solicited. DIKCCTORS. . x.p'rtr'i.ilitaftfeMeii .i.frit-.'tf- t)! ." 1,. .,r ,'ir fi. ...,.,