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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898060301 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. i J SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI MATRIMONIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 189S. NO. 2G POLITICAL j. I. MATTERS, POINTS, i, I LANCASTER. Miss Nannie Trimble, daughter of II. n. Trimble, was married at Somerset Wednesday to Or. S. O. Ends, if WAXA.MAICKK OKI'S I Arthur, 111. Warron Hcckwlth, Robert T. Linhue enlisted coln's baseball in tho army Ho seems to have tired llfo quickly. of man-leThe marriage of Miss Edith Stuyve- Bant Dresser to George W. Vandebllt took place In Holy Trinity Church, Paris, at noon yesterday. Holly Doone and Miss Sarah render-gaseaeli in years old, were married at tho bride's homo at Grand River, this State. A big reception was given thorn by the groom's parents after the son-ln-lnd A. Stone was nominated by the republican convention for governor of 'a , June 2. W. Pennsylvania over John Wuna-make- r. s, Tho supreme court Inn decided that a collector can remove his subordinates. OM.ll. Jami.s, of the first district, declines to become a candidate for Con- gres-"- , giving as a rea-o- n t.iat he doe not wish to complicate matters. Many unjust things have been said of President McKlnley. but It remain I ed for tho El Diarlo. of Madrid, with unconscious humor, to perpetrate the following: "It will no doubt surprie our readers to learn that tho Yankeo here the coming term. ceremony. Mrs. J. S. Lamb showed us un car of Miss Hrtico Sundlfer, daughter of President Magelnly Is a naturalized corn a few dajs ago, grown on the Tom " Judge N. Sandlfer, of Louisville, and Chinaman, having been born in Lilian! farm on tho Danville pike, live Marshall A. Hill, of Covington, were The Ml. Sterling Gazette says a big miles from Stanford. Ill years old this at Oanvlllo Wednesday by sensation will married shortly be sprung at Summer. The whole ear is still In a Kev. J. L. Clark. The groom Is a n firm Frankfort seriously Involving the good state of preservation. member of the wholesale grocery of a prominent attorney of that Misses Mary Mayllold, of Seieuce of O. W. HUKV Co. , bar who Is throughout tho Hill, and Fawna Hobbitt, of Midway, Mr. Geo. W. Metealf, of Hopkins-vllleand Miss Leila Tultlc, of Monti-cell- State. The facts will all be brought are guests of Miss Maggie McHardy. light through a suit In tho courts, The latter will remain here for some were married there last week. to and if thy are as have been represent- time. Alvin J. Burton has been very Mr. Metcalfe had never met his bride ed to us, the gravest consequences are sick for more than a month and his reuntil he went to Montlcello to lend her Introduced by sure to follow. o covery is almost dispairedof, us to tho altar. They were Senator William Goebel presided at some time ago, and the mutual friends heemsno be his chief trouble. n meeting of the Democratic State CenRev. Miles Saunders, of Danville, courtship was carried on by letter. tral Committee in Louisville. The who has the distinction of having A couple were recently married In committee approved the list of precinct served one church as pastor for .'17 conthis suction and the brldo Invited an The cards committeemen for Louisville and Jef secutive years, preached in the Presold aunt to the wedding. ferson county submitted by Committee- byterian church here on the 22d. Prayworu swell alTalrs and In one corner Inscription: "No children man John L. Dunlap The action of er meetings are held here regularly on lHro tho Is considered a great Wednesday and Friday nights, oxpectud " After scanning the card the committee at Bapvictory for Mr. Goebel, who Is making closely over her specks, the old lady tist and Presbyterian churches, respeca strong race for the democratic nomitively. said: "That all right, but they'll Southslde nation for governor. II. D. McClure, who has bought Dr. have 'em jut the same." VanArsdale out, will sell his interest Items In Owlngsvillc' ML VERNON. In his store here to Mr. RllTe, who will IN THE VICINAGE. NEWS Judge Morrow says that there Is bus continue the business at the sume stand. InoM enough on the docket here for a Mr. McClure will move to Stanford, Mrs. Xannle Chirk, wife of II. W. three months' court. and proud may she be of his citizenClark, Lebanon, died of hoart disease. The mo-t- t delicious of all berries, the ship. We regret to give him and his citizen Stafford Jones, a wild strawberry, Is now on the market good wife up. but with them goes tho of Madison und a Mexican veteran, Is at 2oc per gallon. profound respect of all the good people dead aged Miss May Miller expects to visit her of this section, and we shall hope for, Mat Helcher, a noted desperado, was brother, Mr. Mace Miller, at Oxford, and expect, their success in their new instantly klled by Talton Napier, In O., where he has gone for his health. .homo. Hell county. W. H. Smith A: Co.'s lime kiln is now J. II. Yanhook has made some decidLee Hrlllaln killed Jonah Savior In the onl one here, the other having ed Improvements in the appearance of Bell county, after Saylor had shot at been condemned by the city council. the interior of his drug store. D. S. him several times. Uut-nRllTe has added a staunch awning to that Or. Misses Sallle Adams and Carrie News comes from Somerset visited Mrs. Graves at Livingston the iront of his store and furnished two George Perkins is In a precarious con- last week. C. C. Davis has been visitgood, soft, pine goods boxes for the endition from paralysis. ing in Pulaski. tertainment of those who seek its Sovorul hundred warrants have been Tho prospect is good for an excellent pleasant shade, and are possessed of ownsworn out at Oanvlllo against the corn crop in this county, The farmers iiuconlrolable propensities for whit-liners of dogs who have failed to my li- are giving more attention to cultivatMrs. James Drown, who a few cense. ing the soil this year than generally. days ago was dangerously ill, is now Tin: Mlddleslwro News says that W. The Ladles' Aid Society of the considered out of danger. O.SjMjed and W. S. Tuttle, of Junction Christian church will give un ice cream The C. S. railroad contiuues to transCity, have been there with a view to supper during the teacher's institute, fer soldiers South and an estimate of locating. which wo learn will take place in July. the number of trains and the length of The Centre Collogo team will play .Little Fred, the eldest son of Walter each passing this place in tho lust two the Kentucky University base b.ill nine H. Smith, is critically ill. Mrs. Par-ris- weeks shown that one train nearly l." on the Centre College grounds Saturof Pine Hill, was the guest of miles in length might have been made , day afternoon at II o'clock. Mrs. Cleo Drown. Miss Ella Joplln up of the several sections as they have Tho fiscal court llxed the county leva- and Josh Horoing, Jr.. will teach tho run. It is not known just how many nt 2J cents. Dr. W. M. Gibson wu. public school here soldiers these trains have carried, but given the pauper and jail practice at Tho trial of Mullins for supposition places the number at 53,000 $175 per annum, succeeding Or. L. J. killltig Langford at Crooked Creek lat or (iO.000. Among this number the Frazoe, who has been jail physician for November was to have been called writer has n nephew, two brolhers-in-li20 years. Hlcbmond Heglster. Thursday. That of the Langfords for four members of his Sunday school killing L. C. King is set for Friday. class and several personal friends. Of HUBBLE, Several other murder cases are on the course, wo hope for their safe return, J. J. Walker has completed bis barn, decket. but Spanish bullets are no respcotor of Willie Mt. Kreuger and an which Is one of tho best In the county. American soldiers and our loved ones Jclhn House' little loy was playing were repairing the interior of his lime may fall their victims. with a cider mill a few days ago when kiln Tuesday it caved in and burled Clay Gooch has a bird dog, which it caught his hand In tho cogs and so thorn under tho dobrls. A large crowd seems to have a little more than ordibadiy bruised It that ono of his lingers soon gathered, but no one but tho hero- nary "dog sense." One day last week ic Fred Krouger would venture into Clay and his brother, Ova, wore plowhad to be amputated. county, was hero the death trap. Ho worked with her- ing in a held some distance from the Torhune, of Mercer last week buying mule colts, for which culean strength until both wore extri- house and Ova, on leaving tho Held for he paid $10 to $."0 for good mare mules. cated from their perilous position. Mr. the night, left his coat on the ground Dunbar, Glvcns and the Eubank Kroifgor'a eyes were badly injured ar.d near his work. Tho faithful canine rebrother sold their hemp to Mnrksbury Mr. Glbjon had two ribs broken. They mained on watch with it until darkness at$l. George Wood bought a lot of thought they stood at death's door began to steal over the earth, then, hogh to go on slop at It to Clio. G. A while thus entombed, and one said that seeming to realize the situation fully, Swlnebroad and others sold to D. N. the evil deeds of his life passed in viv- he picked up the coat and carried it Pro will ti lot of lambs some days ago at id array before his mind's eye, hence several hundred yards to tho house and fie, which he received hero this week. he resolved upon a better course for laid it down on tho front porch where A. M. Luce and George Wood sold to the future. Its owner relieved While in Livingston recently I gath he guarded It until O. P. Hutlmnu some fat heifers and him of tils charge. Clay says that if cows at Wo. R. L. White sold his old ered tho following news items from ho "makes much" of another dog on wheat to tho Stanford mills at $1.10. that thriving city: Miss Hesslo McGeo's the farm this one will look him in tho enEd Minor lost a mulo colt from lock- music class will give an Interesting face reprovingly and then sneak away in June. Mr, and Mrs. tertainment jaw. in if ho he had been scolded. Miss Katie Whlto has gone to New Holler and Mr. W. F. Sheridan have ANOTUER CHANCE FOR PAYork. Miss Emma Johnson closed her taken rooms with Dr. and Mrs. Cooper. TRIOTS. with a good exhibi Miss Ella May Saunders has recovered school here Friday wero delighted wltli nor as from a serious illness. Mrs. John Cook tion and all ClllCKAMAUGA, May 31. I have been u teacher and a lady. T. C. Rankin Is and Mrs. Garrard aro on the sick list. authorized to state that Maj. Illlburn in Wayne county to see his father. S. Livingston's greatest need now Is good will bo In Kentucky tho coming week nunliiii. - huvlnir his house painted. E. pavements and as Mr. W. K. Dillion for tho purposo of recruiting the 2d A. White and sister, Miss Mattie, have has f)0.000 brick ready to deliver, the Ky. regiment. Tho purpose is to give roturnod from tho commencement of property owners have a good opportu- each company in that regimunt its full nity to Improve their premises. Mr. J. ,V, Hughes' excellent school at quota of men, 1011 In number; and those Tho elocutionary exercises un- John Mageo has bought property and who wish to serve In the capacity of n Mr, der tho instruction of Miss Ella Carson, Is pleasantly located on Main st. will now havo an opportunity of good. and Mrs. W. A. Morrow wero guests soldier from this county were especially doing so. Watch tho Intkkiou JOURMrs. George Lawson is on tho sick list. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dillion last NAL and see when Maj. Helburn will Georgo Wood is chilling again. Mr. week. Hro. Hoswoll's meeting increas- bo In your neighborhood and do not Hughes, of Mercer, was here thia week es interest daily; a number of additions full to give him your name. looking for a farm. Ho saw tho Mono-fe- o lias been made to tho church. Mrs. It is reported hero that we wlllleavo preand other farms but so far has not Fishback, an excellent musician, for Manllu as soon as tho regiment Is sides at the organ. Messrs. Bentloy bought. Rowan Saoflkv. fully recruited. and Sparks assist greatly. Hro. warrants sermons, as usual, aro full of Dr. Tyler has sworn out Mr. P. Ketchum, of Pike City, Cal., against 12 members of Company F, who powor and his meeting promises re sayHt "During my brother's late sickparticipated In tho rough treatment of sults that will bu of lasting good to ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham his son, Private S. S. Tyler, sovoral Livingston. berlain's Pain Halm was the only rem days ago. They wero presented In edy that gavo him any relief." Many O. II. Waddle, of Somerset, has wirtho Lexington Pollco Court yesterday. others' have testified to the prompt reFlemlngsburg ed Col. Castieman to draw on him for lief from pain which this liniment afLocal option carried at help out Company I, which is fords. For sale by Craig & Hooker, by 30 votes, a gain of 10 over tho voe $200 to Druggists. badly In need of equipment years ago. Can-ton.repu-tntlowell-know- Horn, to the wife of Geo. Reynold?, a girl, and to Mrs. Hilly Jones, at South Fork, a boy. The Ludles of the Maccabees are to give a strawberry supper at Ware's Hall next Tuesday night. Dudderar ,'c Keunedy bought last week .'100 buahrls of wheat of W. A. CotToV at$l 0.: delivered last Saturday. C. L. Crow and W. K. Shugars, who have been buying horses for the government, teli us that they have bought about 20 at an average of near $70. Prof. J. W Hull closed his school here a few dajs uco and returned to his home in Shelby City. It Is understood now t.iat he will teach the public school Misses Mattie and Ll.ie Thompson. Katie and Lizzie Simpson and Will Embrv are spending tills week with relatives and attending commencement exercises In Hustonville. M. D. Hughes Is organizing a Tent of Maccabees at Brvantsville. Meedames D. II. Collier and R. L. Eikin have returned from a visit to Lexington, accompanied by Mrs. D. C. Deweeo. Mrs. Dewees will be the guest of Mrs Collier for a shott time. Prof. Crawford, of Danville, accompanied Dr. Abbey here Monday evening. Dr. Abbey gave a very interesting lecture on "Cuba" to a small but appreciative audie'nee. Geo. D. Lusk, who has been on duty at distillery, has been transferred to Oregon. After many vigorous petitions, and kicks of all kind, we are finally blessed with a train service which will enable our citizens to go to Cincinnati or Louisville and back the same day: but alas the cost ! Our mail service was tha price. Through the Intricate red tape maneuverings of the postoilice department, the hitherto muchly abused stage line between Lan caster and Stanford has been abolish ed, but as yet no Instructions have been given the night trains to handle mall. Mall, which formerly reached here at 8 A. M , now gets here at 11:10 a. m. nnd the :i I. M. mall at l m. Postmaster West is hot in the collar and is doing all In his power to remedy the evil, but it takes time and lots of it. Decoration day was observed by the local G. A. R. post and the K. P. lodge jointly. At 2:.'I0 i m., headed by the Lancaster band, they marched to the where they listened to addresses by Rev. Henry N. Faulconer, G. H. Swinebroad and others, after which they marched to the cemetery and showed their remembrance of their departed brethren, by deluging each of their graves with beautiful llowers. It was an unusual procession for these stirring war times. Each uniformed member, instead of bearing gun or sword, was armed with a lloral wreath, provided by the ever ready ladies, for the occasion. A good crowd was in town to attend the exercises, a9 is always the case on decoration day, no matter how busy ftie season. Two of the most notable society events of the season will occur next week. On Tuesday morning, the" 7th, Cur-ley- 's cross-petitions No More tho Credit System, wo Book-Keepin- g. when a man can make a micce In lujl-iioso- Ieln fully convinced that the day h.ii will, beginning ii Wednesday, June We have 15, 1898, - I J Sell Goods For CASH ONLT- and Cash Buyers will find It to tholr Interest to Insect our stock and got prices. Thanking the public for the liberal share of patronage In tho past we hope to have a lib eral share In the future. Respectfully, well selected Stock of General Merchandise a W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard, Ky.. 6 25,000 SOLDIERS see the elegant line of ! We orde"Ml to Tuba at Once. The Schley (Sly) Squadron will give the Spaniards a Surprise. How happy these soldiers would be if they could n o, CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS AND SHOES Epeclaily our ; 10 Suits, and have their SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED before going into action. tubur-culosi- All goods Guaranteed to keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons coming oli'or misfits. FIN NECKWEAR. DANVILLE, KY. I T- ft" The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. T T T- W. : I X J . court-hous- e, WhLL f - T T DttJhlJ Are Important. T--V T" n t f T" - X T-- T- - fT I a III1 W 1 iV. Your comfort, your health and your appearance depend largely on the Shoes you wear. We make a specialty of celling well-know- n 7-- 1 All 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 aro selling now a lot of Men's J4 and 15 Tan Shoes at $2. These are fine shoes and good, fresh stock. The toes are a little off style. te TH EI BEST SHOES. KY. CALDWELL & LAN1ER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, I fi yX er g. at 10 S. Cabbell Denny and Miss Ada Farra will be married, the Rev. Geo. Gowen ofliciating. Miss Farra is the only daughter of Mrs. Fannie Farra, and a I o'clock, at the Christian church, Efcnta-A. E. y Make your homes cheerful? h, sister of John M. Farra, the popular Has constantly on hand everv thing to make your houses clean and beautiful. 40, . 000 to lstileutenautofCo. L., Ky. Volunteers. Mr. Denny Is the paying teller of the National Hank of Lancaster and a son of Mr. Alex Dennv. president of that institution. Wednesday evening. Sth.j Thefineeaand cheapest you have overseen. Window Shades, Picture Frames and a large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine before buying. at J l M. at the Presbyterian church, tho Rev. Henry N. Faulconer will lead to the altar Miss Margaret Mason. The Xo. 30G Main Street. X. V. MAY, Cijekk. Telephone Xo. 124. ceremony will be performed bv Dr. J. L. McKee, of Danville. All the friends of tho contracting parties, are invited. 11. Miss Margaret is the oldest daughter of Clerk W. B. Mason, and one of Lancaster's most charming so- , ' t ulnli. K. .!.,.. nm, ,in, IS...., r v!v-i-j uuiil-s-. rauieouer is the present pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place. art GIBBONS i r?j 4 4f I i 50,000 Rolls of Wall" Paper, A. El. GIBBONS, Danville, 7Ii AMI I i CHURCH CHATTER. In the past four years Southern Methodists gave for missions $2,007,- i).m.s:i. flralT 1 1 1 --a 1; ! 1 Wil-mor- o. The revival held by Dr. MacGrego at Frankfort, closed with 4'.i additions ' Iti by baptism and nine by letter. Baptist Argus. The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Frankfort, Ky., con- -' ducted by Rev. George Darsie, has cioseu, ami tuero nave boon seventeen additions. In 1M)7 the millionaires of the United States gave more than :12,000,000 to, various benevolent and charitable In-- ! V. VI' btltutlons; no gift considered hero being less than $5,000. Elder Zachury, of Old Union, preached his farewell sprmon Sunday. Elder iv. : Sharrard will hereafter preach at that place the second and fourth Sundays. Lexington Leader. For tho three past decades the farms of the United States Increased in valvv. ue 100 per cent., the manufactures H07 per cent., and tho total wealth, .'102 per cent. During that time the missionary contribution Increased 4G0 per cent., so says the Missionary Review. Kentucky will have four annual Methodist conferences this year, as folI Our Stock of I 1; 1 Ladies' & Children's Shoes, Slippers, Is full of the'Nicest and Best Things the market affords. I A t I I i 4 1 Qocolaie, Tan. BroWn BlacH- - With either kid or fancy vesting tops. Newest lasts and toes. H. J. McROBERTS. egg lows: Bishop Hargrovo will hold tho West Virginia Conference at Catletts-bur- g September 7; Bishop Granbury will hold Kentucky Conference at RUBBER TIRES Furnished on New or Old Vehicles. i S? 4! Hos-well- 's Flomlngsburg September 14; Louisville Conference at Louisville September 21; Bishop Hendrix will hold Memphis Conference at Paducah November 0. of three Frank M. Whittaker, who was his assistant, hus been appointed freight trallio manager of tho C.,& O., vice W. P. Walker, deceased. There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEARED1 A SOV. f mm i! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. f? ! - June f I !j i. i. 1 1 Vk Yr i V v tl ftf fcj H It I B- it I fi f 11 I i 'i regiment organized In Kentucky. The State will bo allowed but four regiments under the two volunteer calls, as Dispatches were received by this the companies In all regiments are to paper Tuesday afternoon saying that be recruited from 84 to 100 men. San Schley had forced hid way Into the Gov. Bradley has received an order l one of the moit The los of the Mrs llcrzmann, of s6 Hast 68th St, New tiago harbor and was then engaged leriou loc n hIr women cau undergo, York City, writes! from Washington, which precludes the a mighty battle. The llenulidil hair give many n woman n with Cervera in my than n "A formation of one additional regiment, claim to beauty which would be utterly beganlittle moregray andvrar ago, nut, hair turning and story came via Cape Haytlen and was wanting If the lock were nhort nnd although I tried ever so fulling rs to and Indicates that volunteers nnder tho tcntity. It I nlmt n ncrioti n lo when wholly true. Schley did not atn continuance of these conditions, not The Scientific American's Special second call will be mustered Into two the natural hue of the holr ticelnn to fade, prevent no ntitfactlon until I tried Dr. obtained and the Miltilng trcc of cficMiiut nnd Aycr' llalr Vigor. After using one bottle tempt to enter, but contented himself Navy Supplement is a splendidly print- battalions, thus knocking out Conunburn arc changed to rny or to n failed my hnir was restored to its natural color, with bombarding the forts guarding ed and most valuable contribution to gressman Colson and Lieutenant Colahadow of their former iriKhtiici. Such and ceased falling out-Mr. HimzxiAMM, I n lo no longer n iieccnilty, There W which the entrance to the harbor, in such litera- onel Murray, who will now have to be one remedy which may well be called ?i jjb Kastfoth St, New York City. the present demands for "I hnve sold Dr. Ayer's llalr Vigor for Kreat remedy by reason of its great Cervera's tleet is supposed to be. His ture. Besides a description and picIn utopptiiK the Ullltifr of the hair, fifteen year, and I do not know of n case places as majors. was composed of the armored ture of every craft in the U. S. navy, it satisfied with squadron where ft did not give entire satisfaction. I clcamluK the cal of dandruff, nnd For HO years. the population of France the lost color to gray or faded have beeu. nnd am now using it myself for cruiser Brooklyn, tlagship; the battle- contains a handsome colored map of Irene. I)r. Aver' llnlr Vicor I Mond. dandruff nnd gray hair, anil am thoroughly a standstill. Her debt has out of prison. iinl and reliable preparation, in ue In convinced thnt It is the best on the market. ships Texas, Massachusetts and Iowa, the war section worth more than the has beeu at and now exceeds thousands of homo, nud recommended by Nothing that I ever tried can touch it It enormously, everyone who has tested it and experi- uffords me great pleasure to recommend it the cruisers New Orleans and Marble-hea- d prico of the edition, which is 23 cents. increased "Land and'stock. enced the remarkable result that follow to the public." i'HA.NK M. Ckovb, 1'auns-dalPorter. The Secure a copy if you want to become 6,000 millions of dollars. Her governund the torpedo boat Ala. its use. It makes hair jjrow. It restore ment is degraded and demoralized. Mark Hardin bought of William the original color to lintr thnt lms turned battleships and armored cruisers There's more on this subject In Dr. fully posted on naval affairs. gray oi faded out. It stops hnir from fall. Ayer's Curcbook. A story of cure told by Her people struggle under a burden Dawes a gelding for $.. their fire unon Morro Castle inc. cleanses the scalp of dandruff, and the cured, This book ol no pages Is sent too great to bo borne. This is tho ally Rivet the hair a thickness and kIosi that Iree, on request, by the J. C. Aycr Co., $250 for a filly forts, which and other Charles W. Kellogg has taken Spain is seeking. If Americans should Mark Hardin refused co other preparation cau produce. UOWCll, N the other day which he bought last fall were greatly damaged. Schley's object charge of the Corbln News and Mrs. would precipitate a for $40. Paris they was to locate the Spanish batteries and M. M. Over&treet, who has conducted boycott Cattle to graze, 2.10 acres fine grass; the latter the paper very successfully, has return- revolution. Louisville Post. to draw Cervera out, but A Spanish spy who was a member of plenty water and shade. II. II. Crow, up. The result has been ed to Ohio. Mr. Kellogg seems to have failed to show a Washington, D. C, regiment and Shelby Cltv. n to order forces to Santiago to utterly 6old his Interest In the London corporalshlp. was arrested while James MeClure bought in Boyle and to his partner, Nathaniel Scw-el- l, held a annihilate Cervera and yesterday's paIn the act of dropping a small bag con Washington counties a bunch of butch Jr., whose name now appears as pers said an army is now on the way to in Chlckamauga spring er cattle at II to 3c. Santiago in transports, convoyed by editor and publisher, though we hud taining nrsnic a where 10.000 men cot their water. The J. S. Wilson, of Paris, bought of warships, while Admiral Sampson has seen no notice of the trade. culprit was taken before Gen. Brooks, Fayette farmers 20,000 bushels of 1S17 Santiago and assumed arrived before court martial held, blucgra?s seed at tide. Gov. Bradley told an Interior and a drum-heacommand of a fleet which now Includes reporter that he Is thinking which resulted in a death sentence. Simon Welhl, of Lexington, bought four battleships, two armored cruisers Journal took place at sun down of John W. Davis, of Woodford county, and nine others of the best vessels of of borrowing $10,000 to provide for the The execution Kenwhen 10 balls pierced his breast. The rond to economy is the main avenue. Its always brilliantly llluminnted with steers at 1c. "J the navy. The battleships are the Or- sick and wounded volunteers from fellows to Tho torpedo boat destroyers, probaand Texas. tucky. He wants the brave Joe Phillips bought in Adair und glaring bargains, astonishing valuta nnd unequnled pi ice-- . On Ihis rout yon wil egon, Iowa, Massachusettes Pluton, made a dash Cumberland counties 10 sugar mules at find the knowing shoppers It's hy fnr host. It money saved, nnd money Commodore Schley has again been put have thd best care possible and in the bly tho Furor and intention to give it to them, he will be out of Santiago harbor shortly after $75 to $100. Adair News. saved Is money earned. in command of a flying squadron. The and began an attack John D. Harris bought 100 fat hogs time seems to be ripe ndw for big sustained by every man and woman in midnight Sunday on the battleship Texas. The enemy from Garrard county parties at :i! the State. events and within a day or two such was discovered, and the guns of tho cents. Richmond Climax. TiiETrans-Mlsslsslpbattles may be fought as will make the and InternaTexas .opened fire. Tho Brooklyn also i W. A.Trltihln Inn hiw fine Spanish sue for peace. At any rate, tional Exposition is now open. Presi. . .. ii inc i. i opened lire, ami me men on an .i. owi-- , fl co,t by Nuthursti out of Klltu Mai us hope so. let dent McKinley touched the button at er snips were cuueu to ijuuncrs, J? lov, Smile Leo, after his wife. D. White demands that as 1:50 P. M. Wednesday which caused the torpedo boats were not struck, but were John a. u. iocnrun, oi tne rami i.ick machinery to spring to action and the compelled to turn back, their daring Colson has been appointed a colonel in emotion, sold to T. T. Covington fc Co., In our carpet department. ll.'Jc oil cloth reduced to 26c, 25c oil cloth great undertaking at Omaha is now an attack having failed. reduced to 20V, the U. S. army he resign as congressof Richmond, 6I1J bushels of wheat at 2c jute chain julntlu-- s matting reduced to lc, I0o Ingram paiiern oollon chain man aod threatens to make the race actual reality. It Is far from compleMaj. Gen. Merrltt will take two ad- 81.20. nutting reduced to 'Jbc before the people, if his resignation Is tion yet, but still very interesting even ditional regiments of the.rogular army After buying 12,000 mules in tho St. now. not forthcoming. As the Crested on tho next expedition to the Philip- Louis market at an average of $100, can not himself order an elecFoci: boys under 1G years were lodg- pines the Third artillery nnd Fif tho government lias ceased to purchase tion, it would seem a rather poor un- ed in the penitentiary Tuesday. But teenth Infantry. Sixty engineers will there. dertaking to make n race with no for Auditor Stone's stubbornness Hous- also take 4S0 submarine wires for Use Turney Bros , of Paris, sold their chance of a result. Gov. Bradley posi- es of Reform would have been built in the harbor. Immediately on his colt, Dr. Elchburg, by tively states that he will not order such before this and children of that age at Gen. Merrltt will set about de- Cundulmas, to Cincinnati parties for Our 40c ingrain carpet reduced to .We. Speri.il reduction on Ilpy a iho Pant an election, no matter if Colson does would have been given a chance to re- feating the Spanish army In tho Phil- $1.1,000. Suits and long pant Milt, J2 suit reduced to f 1.50, j.'J Mills reduced to f., $5 suit go to do, so form instead of being made worse by ippines, and then he will put Into operresign, which he is not likely The Winchester Democrat reports for 13 60, olc. there you are, Mr. White. The only contact with old and hardened crimi- ation a system for collecting revenues sales of good steers ut4..'t0 for June 10 We have on hnmU a hnudfome line of chance left you to get even with the nals. which will be recommended to the delivery, 200 fat owes at .'! and 10,000 corrupt committee, which you charge president In a few days. bushels of bluugrass seed at 00c. SAYS CCRVEKA swindled you out of the nomination and SPANISH AMUASSADOK It is said that tho president will only C. T. Bohou, of the West Knd, who NOT AT SANTIAGO. were rewarded therefor by Colson with treat with Spain for peace on these has tried to buy some mule colts, tells fat olllees, is to give 'en hades and NO TROOPS HAVE LEFT YET FOR CUBA. terms: First of all, she must consent ( ll3 lnat owners are wild on ihem, want-t- o make it hot for the other candidates. abandon all her posessions in the I,,, from jo to 805 for ordinary ones. HOUSE PASSES DEFIENCY HILL. Keep up the good work.' It Is both Western Hemisphere. Cuba must be Three Bars, owned by W. P. Glvotis, amusing and profitable to those who LOUISVILLE ARTILLERY MAN KILLED turned over to the men who have been ' 0f thU county, won the Moorleln stakes Suiinhle for Min or rain Wh fabrics, White good, Linen, olc Special attracI1Y CARS. would like to see the whole kit give fighting for their freedom for over at Oukloy, defeating MilUtrcam and tion for Ihii week. Hnrguint in Shirt Wait-- iinil Over skirt. place to democrats and honest men. three years. Puerto Rico must be turn- Wont Dance, who came In the order Tampa, Fla., June 2. It can be ed over to the United States to Indem- uuuied. no troops positively stated that The president's policy of a peaceful More than 40,000,000 pounds of chewnify this country In part for the cost of haye left for Cuba. war has saved many Spanish lives, but loss of the Maine ing tobacco were manufactured in the war and for the LONDON, June 2. Spaulsh Am! it ha9 caused many a death amqng the and her sailors. The Island is to be Louisville last year, and over :i,000 bassador contends that the Colon is American soldiers and, sailors, not to used by the United States for an outly- men, women and boys were employed the only important Spanish ship at bay anything about those among the ing naval oae in Southern waters for in the process. Santiago. reconcentrados. OH Santiago the mer Farmers were refusing $2.25 for corn For Ladle', Mlscn. liny' and Me i s Shoes, Von pet them foi leu than Cape Haytien, Hayti, June 2, the Atlantic end of the Nicaragua Caactual cost, cury registers uu degrees jn uiesnuue, Monday at Midway, and one man said Also look at our "rod letter" summer nal. As to tho future of the PhilipAdvices from hitherto reliable dre? goodi which cot to closo the steel battleships is while inside pines, the president is still In doubt. he was holding for ill. M. F. Hackett them sources say another fight iH expectso hot that thermometers can hardly He will probably ask Congress to aid sold a load of corn to Ben B. Scott, of ed at Santiago. f tell the temperature. This intense heut Itenienibcr our premium Clocks Sllverwaie and Mwlntion-- . free with every f25 Hay-dein reaching a conclusion as to what Is near Midway, last, week at $2,115. Lexington, June 2. John is aggravated many degrees during a AG. . Swinebroad bought in Garrard worth of good. to be done with the islands. of Battery A., Louisville, was tight and men fall dead in some cases county 300 sheep at $2 to ill and several killed by an L. & N. train. It is from sheer exhaustion from over heat. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. yearling mules at $:i5 to $10. He sold supposed to be a case of suicide, as With an Andrew Jackson or some oth117 sheep at :ic,and he ttireatened to kill himself, if he Thomas W. Kcene, the noted trage- to David Thompson er man with a backbone at the head of to D. N. Prewitt a lot of dry sheep aod failed on examination. dian, died at New York from an operathe government the war would have lambs at .'I to 5c. Advocate. Chattanooga, June 2. The ard tion for appendicitis. been over long ago without these awful T. D. HANKY, Manager F..B. Lindsay, of Bluo Licks, sold to T. J. Smith, arrivKentucky, Col. Allen Worthlngton, of Union county, sacrifices in the alleged cause of hued today and is ljkely to stay all drank croton oil by mistake for whisky English parties $1,000 worth of cedar manity. Branch mores nt Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilaidstown, Lawrencehurg, Cynthl logs for the manufacture of lead penSummer on account of poor shape. and came near dying. ana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, KlUnbethlown. Frankfort. Mnuckport. Ind. Congressional Committee which The It is minus equipments and other Miss Rose Taylor, of Paxtonvlllc, cils. It will tnko live hundred trees met at Lawrence'burg Wednesday denecessaries. Ind., hns gono crazy over the thought and they must bo without knots. They cided to have county mass meetings at will Washington, June 2. House that Dewey may be killed by the Span- land. bo shipped via New York to EngSaturday the respective passed the urgent deficiency bill, iards. O. P. Huffman bought of E. P. afternoon, July 9th, to appoint deleAt Baltimore Henry Smith broko nil carrying 317,81o,000. Chairman Woods some sheep at .'lc: of Peter to be gates to the district convention track bicycle records above GO miles by Cannon says war for a year will few hoirs at lie and of J. E. at Danville July 12th at 2 V. M. It has cost 8000,000,000. going 4091 miles in 20 hours and 12min-uto- Straub a Bruce u small bunch of butcher cattlo been given out that Gov. McCreary was SOpercwt Corn Chop WAR ECHOES. 70 " ' At South Bend, Ind., 1,000 employes at lie. He boughtof W. H. Anderson, Timothy Hay, anxious for a primary. The fact is that ' 45 of Garrard, an extra good butcher Mixed Hay Chicken Feed 25 per bu. of tho Singer Sewing Machine Co., he was indifferent as to the manner of Gen. Miles has arrived at Tampa and K .!.. f.lnvnr Ifnv COAL. choosing a candidate, confident that he established headquarters at Tampa Bay nave struck for a return or the wages steer at .'l!c. " " Falls Uranch Lump 40 Some farmers estimate that thcro Millet 11 J per bu. 1S92. would is the choice of the people and paid in .' Hotel. "0" " JelllcoLump " plan was adoptGoden used bis knife freely on will bo a falling off in the Boyle county Straw 0J win it no matter what John That Washington board of strategy William Wilkinson durlntr a row near wheat crop of at least 25 per cent, as Feed Oat j 45 per bu. Jellico Nut ' ' 10 ed. All the talk about Gov. McCreais the vermiform appendix of the war. Neutsville, 70 per cw l Special prices on both feed and coal in Adair county. It Is thought compared with the prospect often days Shipstutr. ry 's frantic efforts to secure a primary Glasgow Times. large ijuantltles. ago. This is duo to tho ground being was for the purpose of discrediting him. he will recover. Both were drinking. The government has forbidden the Sims, a Louisville bricklay- packed by rains. Tho wheat la headHs had the forces and could have had contractors to put 'Remember tho er,Charles just death.Monday. He bet a ing unevenly and in some places small. a primary if he had so decreed. met a Maine" on the hard tack, as proposed. friend 50 cents that he could jump from There U also apprehension of damage When a West Virginia collector Both Gen. Butler and Gen. Oates, tho K. & I. bridge. He won, but tho from both tho fly and from the rust. FI1E9H LINE OF- took tho otllee under McKinley and who have been appointed major gen- shock killed him so dead he never Advocate. attempted to oust certain olliclals, they erals in the U. S. army, lost a limb In knew It. The 3rd anniversary of the Stanford secured an injunction from a U. S. court battles for the lost cause. Aaron Ellwanger, of Chattanooga, Lodge, No. 2,010, G. U. O. of O. F. nnd Uncle Sam's bill for his 180,000 solrestraining him from doing so under wanted for murder, poured coal oil on the civil service act. The case was ap- diers is over $30,000 a day, und if the his clothing and touched a match, when Ruth House, No. 530, will be celebraVande-veer'- s pealed and Tuesday the supreme court war keeps up for a yeur it will reach he found he was going to be caught by ted in royal style June 24th in the fine figure of $15,000,000. park near town. Music, speakof the United Suites decided that the sheriff and posse. He was burned ing, eating, base ball and other The Spanish Minister of Finance has thea crisp. to courts have no jurisdiction in the matbeen authorized to borrow 1,000,000,000 will be the program of the Seack Hall, 50, a co n s table j was shot ter of restraining or enjoining the expesetas ($li);i,000,000) as a perpetual through tho forehead and Instantly day and a big entertainment will be ercise of the discretionary power lodged in an executive otlicer. This knocks debt at 4 per cent, to secure the pres- killed by a woman named Hamnton, given at tho hall at night. All the near Clay City. Hall had disregarded neighboring lodges are Invited and exa big hole in the civil' service law, ent debt. Capt. Joseph Garrard of the U. S. the woman's order forbidding him to pected. The booth privileges are in which tho republicans had badly puncarmy, left last night for Atlanta, Ga., go through her premises, charge of Joe Chenault, who will see tured before. Call And See Me. with 20 recruits to tho regular army, A Worcester, Mass., naturalist pick- that overythlng good to eat Is on hand. Oregon.w111 hold her State election which he had examined in Clay county. ed up a last year's bird's nest that had Monday, when a governor, other State Loudon Kentuckian. I will at my blown from a tree the other day, nnd, will be olficers and a Legislature In Crh Or- There are 70 active volcanoes on the upon pulling It apart, he came across a PUBLICSALE.I .. knlnp.1.1. lnnuJ 1MI.1 ..11 lw..-I....1 L. chosen. Tho latter will choose a suc- Philippine Islands, COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF liotivjtioM anil kltclii-fiirnlluro umi and earthquakes hard substance. It proved to bo a gold miiiio lio'i, cessor to Senator Mitchell, whose term have yearly play spells in hopping oilier kiniiIi ami chattels too tttliom to mi'iitiun. T. collar button, which he had lost from V. Napier, Mgr. fur Jnuu MtClure. expired in March '97, since which time from one to the other and guyly shak his room over a year ago. there has been a vacancy. As tho State ing up tho in habitants. John A. Smith was cut to death by FIREM is pretty close politically, considerable Tho government issued orders for Charles Wallls, .another Negro, at Annual Sermon, Sunday, June 5th, in tho Christian Church by the Ilev. J. K is felt in tho result. McKinley interest W e mhforltme lose our the purchase in St. Louis of 7,000 Bowling Green over a woman, with WoolenliaMi had tlu by lire. Wetolm maileentire Smith, of Kichmond, Ky. Mill Plant con. only carried It by a plurality of 2,117 hatchets, 7,000 axes, 10,000 axe handles, whom both were in love. Wallls laugh- trait itli n Urge niiiuliur ofKcnt, life h' we Annual Concert, Tuesday, June 7th, at 8 r. jr., In Wa' ton's Opera House. and It will bo Interesting to note if, 15,000 mess pans, 0,000 camp kettles, ed at having killed his rival, and said: to till, ami wlkli to Inform tliu jxililic thai no Students' Entertainment, Vuliiodiiy, Juno Sih at 2::l0 i m. in tho College Cunpel, are ltvliuililiui; our Mill Will hae It in oiwrntlou I told thnt Negro I would cuthlshca'd lliero is u vote of confidence in the' o( j bring on man who seems to be in deeper water and about 40,000 other miscellaneous oil if he didn't keep away from Mury tint ie July, jtIslactton. yourV work. We guarantee Commencement. Essays hy graduating cla.s, conferring degrees, Thundhy, Juno ). you to ltl SSDI.l, CO.. camp articles. than he can master Mill, 1'awy Co.Ky, Olh at 8 l'. M., in Walton's Opera House. Ida Heard." volunteers, but it is quite ceitaln that all or a considerable jwrtion of my regiment will be accepted, and I feel that my first duty is to the Nebraska boys.' If Mr. Bryan is making a grand stand play, ho has made a mistake. An enlistment as a private would have taken the country by storm. mmij-inln1 uc-ce- W. P. WALTON. would bo left out in the cold in his effort to become a colonel, the governor of Missouri offered him a regiment, but Mr. Bryan after thankiDg him for the hon3. 1898 or: "I should be pleased to bo associated In any capacity with the Missouri Fearing that Bryan ed A dispatch Tuesday from Koy West said that 100 Americans and Cubans had landed on Cuban soil with 7,000 guns nnd 2,000,000 rounds of ammunition for the Insurgents. Gov. Bradley has been forced to abandon the Idea of having a colored At Kansas City triplets wcro born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Ramsey, and. the mother of tho children Is not yet 18 years old. Her mother, Mrs. Hedges, gave birth to hor when only IS. This makes Mrs. Jledges the grand mother of triplets at the age of IM. Tho children, though small, arc sound and healthy. Their combined weight is Kl' pounds, and two of them arc girls. Transformed from aristocratic South em gentlemen to convicts for eight years Henry Gardes, W. W. Glrault and L. G allot walked through tho ex panse of pretty lawn at the Columbus penitentiary there Monday with bowed heads and quivering lips. They are former prominent financiers, and were convicted for wrecking tho National Bank of America and the Union National, at New Orleans. Each of them expended a fortune in trying to kpep A GREAT REMEDY. Greatly Tested. Greatly Recommended. s e, con-(Antrn- tftd hill-crow- ned Ken-tuckia- All Roads Lead To d the Louisville Store. 000-poun- d ys pi I Astonishing Reductions Juy-hawk- er ar-rlv- two-ycaa-o- ld All Wool Ingrain Carpet at Only 50c Per Yard. Umbrellas & Parasols, Look At Our Bargain Counter wet-clIn- t n, The Louisville Store. GOOD court-hous- es A s. THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. J. H. BAUGHMA1M -- St CO. diver-tlsomen- ts Dry Goods and Groceries And General Merchandise. Every Thins 'Way Down. STANFORD. MARK HARDIN, rel-deuc- e . 1 .. I FIRE! Stanford Female College. in-It- , A. M-- fejp4V -- fciiwwrffrfi . '''' ' '?- - y if - $ 'rJiiA-ij- y j. . j ; '"' immmmdvmtm i- - i1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., K. C. Lost. this olllce. Bunch of Keys. Leave at pair's. Shall give my Your work solicited. entire time to re Banks, rfWg-f-j- ll tt - .1 our countor this Severance it Sons. & Sons. Nbw Wall Paper of the lalestspring I NOW have a complete stock of buildstyles. Prices made to suit the pur- M Ovek 5(,u00 prescriptions have been ing material. A. C. Sine. chaser. W. II. Mcltoberts. carefully and correctly filled at Penny's To day is the last for llling suits for Drug Store. Yours will receive the Dbath. Mrs. Wallace Steele, of l snma treatment. tho circuit court, which boglns June VA. Casey, who was a daughter of Postmas AN decant box of candy would make ter J. II. Minks, of Moreland, died at PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. a nice prasont for the graduates. Kan-d- y his home Monday evening after a long Miss LILL1K Maiitix has the Ki toh en. illness of consumption. She was about mumps. HO years old and besides her husband, IlOltN, to the wife of Richard Hester, Tlimti: will be an Interesting game leaves two children the youngest only of base ball at the public school ml girl. a a few months old. Tho burla' took Mits. Mauy Ckaio returned Tuesday grounds this aftoi noon. Cemetery place in tho Hustonvillo rom a visit to Louisville. TlIBHi: will be u music recital at the Tuesday afternoon at II o'clock. J. II. SOWDBU will leavo today for college Wadnusduy afternoon June 8, A GEM With 10 brilliant young the East to bo gone several days. ut.1:.'10, to which tho public is invited. ladles participating, tho Fourth An Miss Annii: Riuney, of Casey, is the guest of Miss Minnie Munday. Tub Lady Maccabees will give a nual Elocutionary Contest here June MltS. K. C. WALTON, Lucy Lee and strawberry and ice cream supper at 17th will be tho most holly contes'ed Claiborne nro visiting in Hustonvillo. McKinney Tuesday night. Price 2.1c. ever given lu Kentucky and the win g ner must bo a gem 01 the purest ray Dlt. G. YV. BitONACmi has been Tin: attention of those who aro anx- serene. It will be elaborate in every friends- here. Richmond Regis-ter- . ious to join the army is called to a note detail and the program of brilliancy C. Pitta:, of the K. C, from itowan Sautley published in this will bo intcrsiHjrsed with magniticent Cait. Phil moved with bin wife to Richmond Tues- Issue. music. The sale of reserved seats at r'A day. BEEK Is said to be worth ?2.60 a the drug store of W. 13. Mcltoberts " Mil!-- . It. S. Lytli: went to Mt. SterKiuud at Manila, but if it is as tough has already begun. Beaziey, Waters ling Wednesday to visit Mrs. II. II. as that sold here, a pound will go a long it Mencfee, managers. Bright. ways. Mt. Veunon. Mr. F. G Bradv.who Miss Itosi: JONKS, of North Middle ...I. ... Society will meet Is a genuine genius, has completed a TUB Christian Aid town, Is visiting her brother, Mr. Jno. with Mrs. J. W. Hayden tomorrow af- large fao simile of Washington's home 1'. Jones. Mlis. K. G. II.ML and Woaren, of ternoon at 2 o'clock, we are asked to and tomb, on the Potomac river in Vir ginia, made from photographs of every Somerset, came up yesterday to visit announce. part id them, and has enclosed them in M homcfolks. g TUB exercises of Miss Ruth revolving cases, so that they can be MISS Emma Owslby Is spending a Ellison's bchool will take place in tho thoroughly examined. He charges 10 week with Jior sister, Mrs. J. S. Wells, chapel of Stanford Female College, cents for such examination and it is In Danville. Friday overling, Juno 10. at 8 o'clock. well worth the money, both "to those COL. I. SlIBLHY IllVlNE, of Richmond, met his wlfo here returning Hoone, colored, who have and tho-- e who have not seen VM Tub body of Wash I. Mr I.IIMM-.- -from Lebanon. who used to livo here', was brought the historical buildings. The model.are an exact reproductions, each window Miss I'aclixi: Gihmks is back from from Louisville Tuesday for Interment. Martinsville, Ind., considerably im- He was the father of Miller Broaddus' even showing the same number of lights as the original and the caskets Screen doors, sash and proved In health. wlfo. of Gen. and Mrs. Washington within screen wire at Warren it Shanks'. May Sntiutit and Missus Hattu: at Kings-vill- the vault showing the exact Inscription J. L. Johnson, jo."tma-toWillie May Ulevos, of Nashville, nre is now delivering his crop of lino The general work of the buildings Js HOMC and farm mixed paints. Best visiting Miss Hlrdle Glvons. sample ho loft us in wood, with the metal part done in in the market. W. B. McRoborts. straw.borrlos. The of the llrm of Cash II. I). " show, that they are both large and Babbitt. Go to Mr. Brady's shop and And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of it MuCluru, has routed the cottage next finely flavored. Tub colored Inteiiiou Journals have htm explain it all to you and you defeated tho Lancaster nine 2:j to 8 door to A. H. Florence's store. will think the 10 cents well spent. Miss Tkvis Cauphntkk wont to here Monday afternoon. DlKD. Mr. J. J. lloidolman, who II l nttund the clos came up from Pulaski yesterday, tolls Panvtllu TUHNPlKBS. Tho fiscal court met Undertaken McClauy furnished a lug exercises of 'Miss Hood's school. Us that Mrs. Davis, who attompted suiTuesday with all the members present coilln yesterday for Frances O.vcns, a Mits. John W. Walickk wont to cide at Pulaski Station, because her and opened the bids for keeping the old colored woman living Corbln with Mis Jennie Morshon and son went to the war, died of her injur- pikes In repair. Some of the bidg wore Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maakct nt roasonable prices, also a complete lino of on Dix River. Mr. ies Wednesday. Win. Morshon to visit hur brother, so unreasonably high that it was decld-o- d t the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. J. C. Morshon. ANOTHER stage line has had to give to appropriate a certain sum per Tin: L. V N. Btnployoo-- who four mile for keeping up tho roads and pay wav to faster travel. The Lancaster Dlt. W. M. MYKlts. of Crab Orchard, on Wednesday's train bound for yours ago accepted a cut of 10 percent. certain mimed gentlemen to superin line, which has failed to pay expenses win Sodalla. Mo., whore he will locate and in tlioir wage on a promise that it tend the work at $1 a day for time actin tbn nfiw railroad schedule went would be restored when the receipts pructieu dentistry. ually engaged. The following roads Into ellcot, made Us last trip Tuesday. it- Miss ICatbClauk, of Syracuse, N. got as large a they wore in Hush times, were let to contractors: J. H. DIED OP His INJURIES.--M- r. toaehlng in the Uni- are elated over the prospect of a restoY., who has boon Highland it Waynosburg, six miles, Ashhurst, who was hurt In a folding School at Jackson, arrived yes- ration July 1. versity E. B. Caldwell. Jr., at W0 per mile. M. White's, died Tuesday terday to visit Mrs. S. M. Rankin. Lancaster Ai Crab Orchard, 51 miles, bed at Mr. J. 2:1 days of suffering. He much of tho kind of religion he Too morning after JULIAN Hoi'ltSK, of Stanford, who hud caused Marshall Snodgrass, a Crab G. W. Evans, at $25. conscious most of tho time. His has been bore attending school at the Orchard Negro, to lo-- o his mind and A: was Turnorsville, McCormacks Church gone to Huntington. remains were taken to his home in State College, has Tuesday ho was taken to tho asylum at Knob Lick, 5J miles, Sam Bishop at Pulaski Wednesday and interred. A vacation. LexW. Va., to spend his Lexington. Ho wanted to preach every $20. 21 wife and four children survive him. ington Herald. Kingsville Pleasant Point, where and at all times and the East jOO for the whole, D. A. SingleMlt. AND MltS. GiSOItr.i: H. COOI'KIl of him, had him tried miles, Shooting. Mr. Cicero Reynolds reEnders tiring . oolobratod the 10th anniversary of their for insanity. ton. ceived a dispatch Tuesday from his by having a number marriage Tuo-da- y Stanford A: Crab Orchard, live miles brothcr-in-la.W. A. Flint, at Hopen--ton- . TiIK commencement exercises of the excluding Crab Orchard, to G. W. of their friends with thorn at a sump111., s.ivlnir that he had shot and Stanford Public School. Dr. W. D. Tar-dl- Edwards at $33.50; balance of this road ww.., tuous suppor. fatally wounded a man . Mlt. JOHN U. Fostkk, who was once principal, will not bo held till Juno to Stanford, excluding luand Rowland, he thought named Terry. The trouble came up one of Stanford's most successful mer :i0. when it will occur at Walton's Op about three milles, to A. C. Dunn at over a shoo trade. Mr. Flint formerly To Suit All. See our Line chants, assisted In taking the Inventory era House. An unusually cood program ?:i7.r.o. lived at McKinney and clerked for Mr. proceeds are to of Dr. J. IC.YanArsdalo's stock, which will bo given and the The following roads were put in M. Ware. Besides his sister, Mrs. go to a fund to erect a ehool building, chargo of superintendents with an ap- - F. he sold to f'ash A: McClure. Reynolds, he has a brother In this ,Tllit Georgetown College Invitations of which there.ls great need. proprlntlon per mile: county, Mr. Boone Flint, of Kingsville. and programs are printed on blotters Stanford it Preachersville, live miles, arA Stanford gentleman who has with a Hag on It. John Baughnmn has gued loud and long it pays to raise a $25 per mile, John B. Auderson, superTill: entertainment to be given by beour thanks for one. The exorcises the pupils of Stanford Female College garden in town, has tlgured that he Is intendent. Our Lino of Gents' gin Suuday and end Wednesday night. already out more than ?.'I0 for seed and Stanford, Dix River, Garrard A: at Walton's Opera House Tuesday A has reMlt. JOHN J. McRoiiEltTS nitrht will consist of two parts: labor and a few messes of peas aro all White Oak, 5 miles, $22.50, Sam school cantata, entitled "The Circling turned from New Orleans, where ho he has had so far to show for the outlay Supt. wont as a delegate to the Presbyterian of money and trouble. He will likely Stanford A: Lancaster, excluding tho Year," for solo voices and unison bridge, J miles, Thos. Ashlock, Supt. chorus. The 2d will be "Red Riding General Assembly. Ho took In most rent his garden out next year. of the qualm old city and enjoyed his Moreland it Carpenter's Station, 4 Hood, a bperatta for children. Miss Is correct In style and correct In price ' Col. Thomas M. Green, the Cowen and Mrs. Sauilev havo been visit very much. miles, -', J. K. Buughman. author and newspaper writer, DK. J. A. A.MON, of Garrard, came Hustonvillo it Carpenter's Creek, 4 drilling the performers for the ksttwo yesterday afternoon. was hero yesterday. He says the state miles, $40, W. G. Cowan. in town In a hurry weeks and have them to a point of perstarted to run while passing ment that uen. John A. Lotran was 2 Ills horse fection that will make the entertainHustonvillo it Bradfordsville, Mrs. Lou Shnnks' and ho did not get born In the old Darst house is an error miles, $17.50, James II. Held. ment unusually attractive. Curtain will him under control till the St. Asaph The goneral wrote to him several years Orchard, 4 miles to rise at 8 l M. sharp. Admisslou 25 Danville it Crab ago that ho was born lu Owen county Boyle county line, $.'15, R. L. Bosley. Hotel was reached. cents, reserved seats ilo. IrMiss Ciiastine McGkegoh, of Lou- and his father being a native-bor- n Boylo ,t Lincoln, 2 miles, S25, A. G. CONYBNTION Called. -- Chairman J. isville, was hero yesterday on route to ishman was not related to the Logans T. Smith. E. Carson, who attended tho district Lancaster to visit Mrs. W. It. Cook. hero. Hanging Fork A; Green River, 5 committee meeting at Lawrencoburg, Miss McGregor is handsome and captiTllE Inspection train passed over the miles, $20, J. W. Glvens. telephoned us that the nominee for lino musician, K. D. division Wednesday with tho folvating, besldcs-belngLancaster it Danville, Hi miles, $15, Congress will bo decided in a conven In lowing olllcors aboard: Supt. 13. M. B. and as usual she will be "a toast" W. Glvons. tion to be held at Danville, July 12, at the capital of Garrard. Suirks, W. E.Smith, roadmaster; J. D. Stanford &. Knob Lick, 7J miles, $20. 2 V. M., delegates to which will be apMits. M. C. Sauklby has been very Hayden, assistant engineer; W. F. Dr. Clifton Fowler. pointed by tho various counties in mass uneasy about her son, Rowan Saulley. Sheridan, chief dispatcher; B. N. RolStanford it Ottenheim, 74 miles, $25, the afconventions ut tho court-houswho, It was reported, hud the fever In ler, master of trains; J. B. Hart, chief W. T. Tucker. of tho 0th. Mr. Carson says camp at Chhkumuuga, but a dispatch of secret service; II. G.Johnson, stock Stanford A: Halls Gap, G tulles, $:57.f0 ternoon was taken for a primary from him yesterday rolleved her anxie- claim agent, and J. B. Martin,- supt. of J. E. Lynn, and 4, $0, Tim Hutchin- that a vote election, which stood live to five, when son. ty. Ho is nearly well again. His bridges. . Morgan, cut the Stnnford it Milledgoville, 7 miles, the chairman, Wilkes Is supposed to havo been caused The commencement exorcises of 825, Jerry Briscoe. tloby voting against that plun. On by drinking wator, In which a spy had Stanford Female Collego begin with motion of a McCreary man tho repreRush Branch, 5 miles, 81S, J. C. placed poison. tho annual sormon, which will bo desentation was changed to a delegate for TlIKBB old gentlemen spent Wedneslivered by Rev. J. K. Smith, of RichTurnorsville, McCormacko Church !c every 100 votes cast for Bryan, It being day at the St. Asaph Hotel. They mond, at the Christian church Sunday, Knob Lick, 5J miles, half at $30, John adopted 0 to 4. This will give Lincoln were tho Uardln brothers, Messrs. at 11 o'clock, at which hour thero will Beck; balance $40, John McKInnoy. lt5 votes and tho total will be increased Martin Hardin, of Montleello, who is bo no other services in town. Tho conHustonvillo it McKinney 's Station, to 155. Had not Mr. Orutclier, oi Jes87, Tim Hardin, of tho West End, who cert will occur at Walton's Opera 2J miles, 820, D. S. Johnston. samine, announced his candidacy, tho Is 8!1, and Sam Hardin, of Crab Orchm& House Tuesday evening next and tho woro left unprovided for. McCreary men would havo had everyTwo pikes ard, aged 75. The meeting will proba mil exorcises at the same place Thurs- The cut-o- ff plko at Stanford, which is thing their own way; as it was his bly be their hist and they celebrated day night. rarely used, and tho Crab Orchard it strength was equal to the combined tho occasion by having their pictures strength of all tho other candidates. Perryville. Miss (Harriet Wel- Chuppell'a Gap, 4 miles tiken in a group. McCrcaYy is In every instance tho portion of tho Mr. Carson says Gov. We are indebted to Miss Gertrude lington Glascock has secured .'10 of tho pleased with tho action of tho commitCarroll Howard for ono of tho most prettiest young ladles of Perryville and pikes lying in tho towns are excluded, ho will be nominated on olaborate invitations to commencement vicinity to hold an Old Maid's Conven- the court holding that tho towns must tee and thinks the first ballot. exercises so far received. Tho Broad tion on tho evening of tho 8th. It will repair tho parts in their limits. All persons who voted for Bryan' superintendents aro to render a and Solontillc Institute, at bo given at Elmwood Academy nnd the Tho dus Classical electors and democratic youths who Clarksburg, W. Va., in which Miss building wont hold tho crowd that is full statement of the work and are lim- will be voters at the election, us well teams, as such other persons or democratic Howard is at tho head of tho music de- likely to attend, at the low rato of 15 ited to $2 a day for good partment, will begin its closing exor- and 2.') cents. Miss Glascock's reputa $1.75 for not so good and 75c for labor- faith who by their participations in cises tomorrow and each day and night tion of making n success of such enter ers. As ,tbcro Is less thad $14,000 to be tho mass conventions above named , .. ti i . . ..i., i. nnd wno suau iiiereuy muiiu men: will be full of events till tho 8th, whon talnments insures to ttio people a most expenueu on lurupmes, mu obntttea t0 support the noinl tho commencement occurs at 8 P. M. amusing and onloyablo performance that it has made an advantageous nr- - nrt nf tho district convention will be ' and wo assure those who go that they rangoment, which will keep tho pikes allowed to participate In the selection Tvitivi wilier Just received at W. B. ' of a nominee. in good repair within that limit. will be highly entertained. McRobcrt-- '. Buckeye Mowers and repairs lit the jeweler. Good time to buy clothing. Goods June 3, 1898 Wurrun it Shanks'. are advancing every day in. tho East. NEW goods on Co Walton, Business Manaokk. week. Severance Why Pay A Profit ? 4 I r-- Why pay a profit when you can get the same u From 20 To 60 Per Cent. Lower vis-itin- - From me? Answer this question for yourself. I m am going oud oi Dusmessv jn ow can a man wno expects to stay in business sell as cheap as I who am m Closing Out to Quit Business. m ..-- I clo-ln- All I want for my stock is just what it cost; no more. This opportunity does not often present itself, so use it while you can. 1 W. H. T - SBLBJNTKS. i Siioo-FLY.- i . i r a, SPMf HCr IS HEBE I i , vii'y -- HI PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, well-know- n r , -- CRAIG & HOOKER'S. 1 Summer Clothing SUMMER SHIRTS. : ! I A- i, f, -, w Summer Shoes ! Soft Bosom Shirts, 50c, 75c, And $1. Dud-dera- r, Black .i?d Tar; & Sfyoes 15 well-kno- wn $- SEVERANCE SOVS. A mw:wmmwmmwmwwmmmmwim a e, - sick-nes- s We Now Have A Full Line of the Very Latest Stationery in the New Initial Style. The Shape of Paper and Envelopes is Correct and the Quality Superfine. 50c Per Box. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Eu-bank- s. The Deeringr Binder's, Mowers, &c. 11 jSjM ( &$ ! -- ... itu ,-- &''' FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. I y,-- " V f i A Plonmuit Arrnnfremen t. Bride Now, nty dear, liow shall we manage about church ? We belong to different religious denominations, you know. Shall I go with you, or will you xiio.-v-go with me? X'u.TsllslioiTrvxacias-- c Groom I'll tell you how we'll fix It. You tell your minister that vou are po- S2 PICH. YICA.lt IX AX V.A.XCK lug to my church and I'll tell my tnln- teter that I am going to your church, When not to paid OSS. CO will lie charged. Then we won't be missed nnd needn't Y. Weekly. go anywhere. l'nlnfiil llelmiTs. Kind Lady A mnn of your evident TIME GIRD, strength and ability to work must meet with n great many gainful rebuffs while begging. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Robust Jliggs True, lady. I believe Os a. m. dat on account uv my unfortunit physNo. 5 Arrrlres at Stanford at 2 10 A. M. Js'o. 4 U'.nei Mantord at ical looks 1 git more offers uv jobs dan Jv'o. 21 Arrhesat Hon land at DV. - 3 40 P. M. enny odder hobo along de line, mum. JCo 22 Leaes Stanford at THEINTERIORJOURML In poor Bad management kcepa more pcoplo circumstances than tiny other aai n -- 1MI 1 12-0- one cause. To bo successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents Itself he Is ready to take advantago of It. A little forethought will also stivo much expense and valuable time. A pru dent nnd careful man will keep a bot tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcmcdy In the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until compels it and then ruin his best horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay, besides: one pays out 23 cents, the other Is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is petti tig richer while ho is getting poorer. For sale by Craig ty "IRONING MADE ItOTCTSjR iwwjt w ' W i JT. T. STTTTONT, Undortalcer, - HuBtonvillo, Kentucky im'A sAV1VVrW Ki X Offer hlaserrlcra to tin, hsjiU ufWral I.lnrolii nnd Cajey coitnllea Full atock of Cutuntand Caak etsalwayaoii Hand 91 1' S Carpenter. Maiiir, BOUND TO SULL All those Malta Cultivator, Alltli(iv 1U1I bearing Deering mower. All tlm( Hall bearing Peering binder, All those nice working Deorii'g liny rakes, All those neat looking Ittiggiu, All ttioo solid Oak Milts Furniture, All thoc cros rowing coin plimlors. All of thoM. ui D. L. V Ul,KNTEIt'& lltiotoiivllle, Ky, Judge. & Hocker, Druggists. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. A 12 37 lie. 24 Train going North " " No.M " " N. " " South " N.S3 .. -- . l2J1aui 127pui p ui 241 a ui For alllPoltits. She tells you, In her pretty way, Soft eyes upraised as If to pray. She dreamed of you the night before. Now, when It's got as warm as this. A warning tip Is not amiss: Take care, young man; go there no morje! Tim Ply Tip. bo'igu tickets sold. haggaue checked thkougu, For anr Information enquire of JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Judge. Cider can be made almost wlthott apples by mixing well in 10 gallons of cold water, 7j pounds of brown sugar, i of a pound of tartaric acid and the juice pressed from 2 or II pounds of dried apples, boiled. The proprietors of the Ladles' Homo Journal recently purchased and will hereafter publish the Saturday Evening Post the oldest, and for a long time the most widely known home perl-- o Ileal In America. Rev. R. L. Glasgow, a young Meth- odl&t preacher of Bullitt county, cut James Terry, a farmer, to death near Shepherdsville, because the latter made an Insulting remark about his sister-in-la- STARCH p REQUIRES NO COOKING MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE AC.SNE. Dkalkr In. 1L FRIi:.DLY MIM'MiHIlSTAMH.tU. U M B M ll9 STANFORD, KY. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Train leave TranVfort at f SO m. and 1 r. i , connecting at (ieurgetovu Ith (J A C and reaching Paris at S 40 a. M and 3 10 P. M. Leave Paris et,9:20.. m and M p. v., connecting at (teoiye-tow- n A C. and reaching KranVlort at 11 55 with A. M. and 7.20 l M JOSEPH It. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows 1 12 a: p m No. 2 North South SASH AND DOORS, FIRE IHSUHHNCB ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL'CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF AJNY.OTIIER STARCH. L W VBammmJvJilll mri ui mmrrn Dnuj,vr u.v.iiuDiiiubri nnnc rn JE0KUK,I0WA. NEWHAVEN,CONN.i COPYRIOHTED No. 1 134pm No. 5 6 00am No. 9 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for passenNo. gers from South of Somerset U and 10 run no further than Junction City and Sand (Jouly to somerset. ' No.8 " " " 1149am 1113am 8a"ipm " " 6 " "10 " .....3 41 Itpni am The Court of Appeals will adjourn June 23 for Us summer vacation. Wo nro Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. , of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Of MailNon County, a candidate for Congress In the Eighth Congressional District hon. j as. b. Mccreary HON. G. G. GILBERT, 1 authorised to announce Th!$ starch is prepared on clpntlflc rrlnclplca br mnn who hare had jrnra of practical ezperlrnco In fancy laundcrinc It rptores old linen end inmmer drrswvi to thnlr natural whltrnen and impart n lieautirul and lastlnnflnlali. It Is the only March manuractuml that i perfectly harmlMii, containing neltlmr anenlr, nluiu or any otber autitanco injurloui to linen and can bo ued orcn for baby powder. Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers. -- Caledonian : Insurance 1MOO. democratic party. THK- Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDICD POff Madge Marriage proposals are an Of a candidate for C'on- Shelbv County, awful bore. res-In the Rlghth Congressional Dtarlctof 5 Paula What, have you been rejected Centucky, subject to the action of tho democratic party. again? Illustrated American. , War has its horrors; trumpets bray: Men march away with valiant tread, While other men at home will stay To flaunt their neckties wildly red. Chicago Record. A The IltMl Hadse. HON. J. B. THOMPSON, District of Kentucky, subject to thu action of the democratic party. Of Mercer, Is a candidate for for Congrt's- in tho Klghtb CoiiRrosslonnl - ELDREDGE SEW! DIG MACHINE. S ? R. B. MAHONY, Ag t., bTANIOItl), KV. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., In mtf POWDER Absolutely Pur CO., Nt ROYAL me? (Reflectively.) Hut I suppose it I hnve decided to adopt the Cash System was all over too soon? believing It will bo better for ray customers y Daughter (with a look) as well as myself, so beginning" les, mother; it was all oter too soon. Puck. will far-awa- Question of Biiiphnnla. Mother Why didn't you prevent him from kissing you ? Why didn't you call FOR CASH ! dune15 Tho-e 1 BAKIN3 POwDER YOaC Chollie Don't you think it was bad and settle or their accounts will l placed fawm in you lawst night to dwink too In Vf. A. Trlbble'a hands for collection. W. A. CAIUON. Crab Orchard. 24 much wine? Koun'ders Didn't think about form Dealers In then, but I must admit the bad taste of It now. Philadelphia Kecord. Much Depeiitln. d Order Office and Teed Exchange rnear "What about that Indiana woman Crossing, Depot St., Stanford, K ; who is jroing to kiss every man who Coal Yard, Mill St.. lately J. It. nigglns' votes for her for mayor?" Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. 1 I shall haie to &ee her before I can tell whether she is working for her A. S. party or against it." Chicago Record. Afterrnrd. sell for Gash Only. owing mo must como forward NOEL66SON, Kail-roa- The Latest Machine out, something; new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGG-IN& McKINNEY. PUBLIC SALE We will Receiving IiIh Fall And Winter GoodN. Give Him a Call. Goods Warranted. Kit Guaranteed. John H. CotLMiiN, A.ti I.1KIIAK. Coal, Corn And Hay, PRICE, Dentist, ! DR. R. 7VT. PH6LPS, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. On Thursday, June 9, '98, vU at ulll- j salr 200 Acres BluoCrass tleT JSurgeon Miss Gotham a Iloitonlmi 'Stanford, Ky. OOceorer McRoberts' Drug Store In thellOwiley U.dldlDg. ' I should say a bachelor was a person in whose breast the dis-- . quieting microbe of love never found a lodgment. Yonkers Statesman. bachelor? Miss Hubb Hon. How would you define IH-lln- l - - m l ' " '" - - - Adjoining our lioiiu', ltntfl on itu Sti-f.- r A Otlvnlitim I'lLe an.l oiith of thr Crjhon hard and in l.lniiln iixintj Miliar rtiu Sclnxd ll"ii TliUland U troll watr'ed, ix iting on II running nil tliftime liHtidy to rlnin Inland mIiimiI liouv, and In kh1 rtateuf ul mutilrniHl tlratlon Will aN mil one 1 HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Land Stanford, Kentucky. Oflicanyur HIjrcNs .V M. Kiiiiie'i -- tore. rii LOUISVILLE HOTEL BffiBEE 5 casTLEMan, Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN I 1.AXS. The Ladies is the flneM in the city. Kvcry convenience for lailies spending the day in the city. (jcntlcmii's (Jnfe on olllco lloor. inl BUGGIES, SURREYS Phaetons, Road Wagons. We MANAdblLS, 13B,. 77, B. PSinT'T, A OeutlHt, : Office on Lancastcrstreet Stanford, : at Resilience. Ky. acquiring wealth." "Whnt illiT b Hamiltoti Why do you speak of BIG PROFITS Longhead a the most remarkable man QUIT PAYING of the age? nnd come to us. let us sell vou u vehicle JJalton JJecause he organized a bicheaper than you can buy It in Central Ky. cycle manufacturing concern that V. j. KOMANS CAKltlACin CO. didn't fail. X. Y. World. 10 lin Lancaster, Kv. Xo Secret W'linto or. "I asked the dentist his formula for Phenomenon. thing can t.avo you from S3 to In the vehicle line. S25 on any- Toko Oson. 1 Dry Cow, 2 Good DirhanlCcws y And Calvea I 2 hor wann, jmxI at nrr, Wheat Prill, 1 'I urnliM I'Iiih. Hill Mile I Sliorel I'lowj, 1 Waller A Wood M..er, i'loH. llfaiT and lllti.lrr I old llerofunl Hull, i extra II n lioit-t- , and tiimiy other artU 1( toil tfdloiM to melHi'in Term, riudf Lnnwn ou day of alr and alc to ! Kin at 11. . i (.CAW 1 Allli.MIAM, . Cub lin hard, Ky. 1 Kcn-tuiL1 1 1 Oommorco IBuildiug, Louisville. Axfuti Ttirou,thout Ibt outb. W. A. TJIIBBLX, local Agftlt. Season of 1898. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS I - THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Manager. Music Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Co OC Tueilnv, Tliursihr an. I Sunday invi" at it JX.jV)cG1VMY;m tmSik on all he did was to plug plugging at it." Detroit fit ,''r?H ics. Very DUTerent. Jimson Does your wife ride the same make of wheel you do? llenrypeck No, indeed; I ride the same make that bhe does. Town Top- "Nli to iiiinniini'e th'itthls popular mtmPull brother to Silver King and the gruit show mare, AllloCi. by On Time. I'lrst dam mer resort uii' be open for the Mollle Mouutz, bv Oablell a I.vvliicton. t Ion of guests Ho.al King N a ll);ht bay with some uhlle ina'rks, 10 hands high, foaled In ts')o lie Is the best Middle stallion In Kentrcky. Ask S. T. Harils, Levi Myers and others who Iteduued ratiw during the llrt month, have colts b Kim about his breeding Will l'or luforniatlon In regard to rates, otc, make thu xeusou of l0s at ny stable 15 addie-- , miles from Stanfoid on the llustonvlllc pike T. II. WKIOIIT. 2' at TEN DOLLAI1S to Insure a Living Colt Crab Orchard. Kv. Not responsible for accidents. JOH H. l'MtUIS. Stanford, Ky. ROYAL KING, Ijvenin. Farmers Bank&Trnst OK STANKOItl), a KY. TXT2STE 1, ee. Soutfiern Railway tiii: HHI'vJ Paid cp Capital, S200,000 Surplus, 17.C03 80 m n'li I'KNF.ritATi: 20-I- m EIGHT Nl UUDERTAKEE! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLSEY, STANFORD, KY. IteiisnuiiiR; from Annloto. "An architect who is successful in his profession ought to make a good actor." "I don't see why." "tteeutise he is accustomed to drawing good houses." Harlem Life. She In Sure of Thnt. "Mrs. Gladstone never contrndicts her better half," said Mr. Tin" to his wife. "Well, if jou were Mr. Gladstone 1 &C. wouldn't contradict you," replied Mrs. Tiff. N. Y. Journal. In Klondike. Nugget McNab Gimme a san'wich. Storekeeper What kind mule meat, hoot heel, hoss blanket er dog? N, Y. Store Room & Goods FOR CALE. houso ami lot In Morcland Station, the main building (0 by IU, two stories high, upper titory lifted tip 'for duelling, xtiltablo for htnall famllj aud a side building 11 by HO. corn rrll, ware room and call tdied, well arranged for a gcnetal store, have been selling from 31; Ti.OOu to '0,000 Hortli of goods annually, Is offered for hale. A GREAT" STATES Kuntuckr. Tennessee Virginia, Georgia, North and ."outb Carolina. Alabama, .Mlsl-i- rd Ily rotiin of Ita cliartrr, ilf)Mttnra are a fully mitisteilaarcdi'i.Milurln .Nallonal Ilanla, aliarrhuldera held linlltliiiially lUhle lu the extent ofthc aiuountid thelrat'Hk I lien In at the par Tjlue therr f, inudilltloti tu llioainuuiit In. Tetsl In ami. aliates Ii may act as cxtsutor. ad. iulnltiator,trute,.tc , oi fully aa all ImllrMual 'lendertiiKour'thauLato who have enlruit. e.1 thtlr tilWlllM1 to ill. wii (runt ther ulll nmlinun todun), and weuller aa a ttuaruutis-fo- r nniiitat teullon tuaaiiieuur iiljear' eis'rleiuv In lunk-liit- f ami aalilieralacxsjuiiuudatluua aaare mniiatent nilh aouud liaukllig, I In the UIRKCTOH1. J. J, William. Through Sleeping Cars Hetween Louisville nn' the South, J J. j. a uwaiey.nr William (iimkIi, j. hiuLry, K. N Ml. Vernon; W. II Cummin a, I'riearhrnrllle: , J. Ltiiii, Menelee. a. orncaas. j jj II Slunk v Cad , W II. Owaley, Carenter, S. Il.Sliankf I'ruMent: J II. Owalejr XII R1E DAILY TRAINS Each way between Louisville and Lexington W. A. TUKK, O. V. 1 Caahler, W. M Ilrlght eller PRICE, $1,200, Also a good stock of goods at prltnocost. Until the Ihhihu and gixxls aro hold In a bulk, I lll sell goods for cash at aliout cost. Thu hotiM) wilt be rented after thu lftth of July aud thu giMxts sold ut auction, regardless of price It. II. KINO. Morelaud Station, Kv. Washington. A . I). C. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFOUI), TAKE THE II. TAYLOR. A. O. P, A KY. Louisville, Ky. Capital Stock (100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Truth. Chilly. MONON,' The Popular Route to "Has she many diamonds?" "Many diamonds? Say, that woman. when she is dressed for a ball, looks like an ice wagon." N. Y. Evening Journui. Ciitchlnu:. Ilye Do you believe that greenbacks breed disease? Alto Yes. The feer for themseeni3 contagious. Up to Date. WHO SAID SPAIN WANTED TO FICHT ? Rnmeneonlo don't wnnt till they Boiuothint; CHICAGO. $"(' " Newly furnishod; clean beds: snlendgd neither has cause they hunt around' Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at Jfnink J. Kcod, O. P. A., Chicago. For troubles that are to let. tablo, Everything F'nrterr -- Chicago Dally News. E. II. llncon, I. '.A., Joulsvllle. Ky moet all truiiir.iJ Ml Hustonville. Kr. And If first-class If man was made to mourn 'tis sure That woman was made to fret; Deatltute. Judge Have you anything to offer the court before sentence is passed? The Prisoner No, the lawyers took everything I had. X. Y. Journal. Kurtlily Woe. know what they & PLUMBING, that htrikes their fancy, and that 18 a good bargain for the price. That's why every one that examines our fine Block of Rugs aud Car- Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing pets is always anxious to secure such high and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean' grade goods at such low prices. Our lilack Diamond Koof I'uint. Teluphouo No. 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. otpslto J. stock-oSummer Carpets is unrivalled. II. naughman & Co."s .Mill Jones, TINNING J. "T. STANFORD, BIG 4 ItOUTC W TOLEDO AND DETROIT All I'olnti In Michigan. White CltjrSiecUI." Heat Terudnal Station. The Heat Line toaod From CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. Aolillng the Tunnel f 'Jl-- tf BOSTON. Wagner bleeping Cara. lluHel I'arlor Can, Wasiirr Sleenltiir Cara, Prlvat Compartment Cara, levant Coacbea nod 1)1 n lag Cara. He aura your ticket W. W. WITHERS, Stanford. - Kentucky. Mason Hotel MllS. U. D SIMPSON, I'roi.. x Mrs. Adella Woods In charge l.aucaMtcr, Kcntuck. NEW YORK. t depoaltora areaecunsl not only by the capital atock, but by tho atockholilera' liability lor an amount equal m the atock ao thaldepodltoraofthialuatltu. tlou are aecured by a fund ot 3.10,000 Five aworn atatemuutaof the condition ol thellauk are made each year to the United Statoa (lorernmcntaiitl 1U asaeta are examined ut slated tlmea by gorernment thua securing additional and perteet aalet to deiwaltora. Thla Institution orlitlnallr eatabllahe,! aa !!. rv. poalt Hank of Stanford In 1838, then rtorganlied aa the National Hank ofSlantord In IMS andaxalo roorganlied aa the First National Hank of Stanford In ltta'J, liai had practically an uninterrupted exist-enc- e for Xi ycara. It Is lietter aupplled now wIC facilities fur traiKaittng bualncss promptly aud liberally than erer before in Ita long aud honorable career. Accounts of Indlrlduala, fiduciaries, Urmj and Individuals aoliclted. aKi-nt- Attention of the pulillo la called to the fact that thtala the only National Hank In Stanford. Under the proTlalona ol the National Hank Act DIKKCTORS, e o. Mccormick, TraiBo Mg- CINCIN.NAI'I OHIO. wakiikn j. lynch Aa. Oen. Paw., A Ikt, read via "IIIO FOUIl " J. W. Hayden, Stanford H. II. llaughman. T. I: Hill, W. A. Trlbble, " J.H.Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, D.Elmore, Stanford. J. S. S. T. llarrla, " Hocker, W. P Walton OFFICERS. F. Held, Lincoln Co.j J. S.JIIocker, Prealilniitj J, J Mcltoh.irta Cahl A A. Mi'Kluuey, AwialanlCaaldrr. i.V,. -- lotsW!8j'rtJJi''nilwnijia.u ti .,.- . - - M . , , . , ui,-- - 'atosaWawtsjs Mai Mi MimiimtmmmmH