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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898061401 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. fcjWhrr j ip ,n.w ft 4 b SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL. VOL. XXV11. NEWS IN STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. JUiYE U. 189S. POLITICAL NO. 29 THE VICINAGE. POINTS, Mr-- LANCASTER, i i There will bi a reunion of the (leaf mutes who have been graduated fiom thu Diinvillo school. Il began June 13 titid con ll lines three days. . Mrs. Kosallnd Nesbltt hiu jut published a pieeo of music uiillllud "Just Sixteen." Tho song Is pronounced by music lovers to be a real pern. Mt. Vernon Signal. Dan Tudor, ihe Madison county scamp, who had a bastardy warrant agalns him dismissed on a promise of marrying the girl, gave the olllcors the blip and left for parts unknown. Montgomery, scm of Charles Rov. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty, graduated last week at the Kentucky University with the degree of 13. of A. Miss Hester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks, of London, accidentally shot herself In the log, severing the main artery and causing tier to b'.oed to death. Mr. Alfrod 11. Totton has accepted a position to manage the coal property ut Altamout In the Interest of Now York owners. He was formerly an engineer on the Cincinnati Southern and later city engineer of Lexington. The estate of Capt. Thomas Prince, who died from the effect of injuries received when the band stand of the IUchmond Fair Association fell, has engaged Attorney T. T. Forman, of Lexington, to bring suit for damages. Prof. Proctor K. MoKlroy, of Lebanon, has been added to the faculty of Central University. Chancellor Wanton announces a donation of S 10.000 to the endowment fund of the university and erected ttayit u new gymnasium will be thls'fall. SOLDI HHS FAKING HKTTEU. CiucKAUAi'OA, Juno 10- .- The Second Kentucky l faring much better now. Loaf broad and beef steak supplant hardtack and bacon. We also have beans, jKitatoes, tomatoes, onions, sow belly, houp, etc. A large Chickamau-g- a pljwj furnishes water from drluklng water Is hauled Klver and in barrels from the famous Crawfish Springs. Whisky Is more plentiful InKentucky than drinking water InGeor12-In- The Advocate savs a public meetlug at Danville to mnko arrangements to entertain the delegates to the congressional districtoouventlonin line style. Sam Shupard, clerk in the Register of the Land Olilce, ha been nppolnted State statistical ngent for Kentucky, in charge of corrcnondenee in every county to gather agricultural statistics. The Louisville Times inquires "What Is n Bryan democrat?" that is easy. A Dry an democrat is a democrat who votes the democratic ticket nominated by u democratic convention, und placed on a democratic platform. A Hryan democrat is a democrat with no yellow Kreaks In him, and no ntllniiy for the republican party on election day, or any other day in tho year. Louisville Dispatch. The Spencer Courier says of tiie speaking there: John B. Thomp.-o- n led off In a witty and catchy address announcing his candidacy. Then he pitched into Mr. McCrcnry and Ills re cord and was very caustic. He devoted nearly all of his time to criticism of "thu statesman from Madlson'o" record. He was frequently applauded, and it win evident that the crowd wasanxloiH was held . J. S Robinson entertained Fii-da- y night in honor of Mioses Johnson and Lotohor, of Henderson. Arrangements have finally been completed to have a man meet the night trains and wo now get our mail and express at 7 a. M. instead of waiting 25,000 SOLDIERS We ! ord""d to Cuba at Once. The Schley (Sly Sijuidron will give the Spaniards a Surprise. How happy lhee "oldiers would lie if they could see the elegant line of until 11 o'clock. CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS AND SHOES Especla.ly our ilO Suits, and have their SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED before going Into action. to witness a lively tilt between Thompson and McCreary. Hon. G. G. Gilbert followed and made a most eloquent and scholarly speech, treating both of his opiKintuts with courtesy aud consideration. While ho handled the records some himself, he did it in a better spirit, showing thai he felt none of the enmity which so plainly existed between Mr. Thompson and Mr. McCreary. When Gov. McCroary's time came he at once went back at Mr. Thompson In a way which delighted the crowd. Ho did not spare his opponent and showed himself n veteran at such work, scoring point after point, to the great amusement of the crowd. He not only defended his own record, but also went Into Mr. Thompson's record and also touched Mr. Gilbert up just a little bit. He was in line spirits and sokc at his best. CHURCH CHATTER. pin. Some people may be dwelling under the impression that n soldier has drill, talk and sleep, are sadly mistaken. Our but they quarters arc to clean every uay eacu day a detail Is made up for some special duty and there are a hundred aud one other things. Chlckamau-g- a I wish to state that that dispatch which stated that l. of our boy hud foil asleep while on picket duty is a bare face Ho; but ono has fallen asleep while on duty and the shaming he got will be a dose long to bo romomberod and there Is little danger of a repetition. Oov. Hradley, his staff, MUs Christine and half a dozon other girls from the Hlue Gra State made us a visit Wednesday. The governor made us one of his characteristic speeches atiJ it was well listened to and appreciated by all Koutuektans. He said the Ural thing a Kentucklan did now .when he got pupor was not to read of Samp-son'- s lleet or tho bombardment of Havana, but to look up tho news, from Chlckamauga, whore tho boys from "Oln Kalmuck" were stationed. He was glad that once more there was no North and no South, but all sections Were united to leave our ilrcoldos to light under the one Hag and to uphold the honor and integrity of tho nation. A good soaking rain would be hailed with delight. Only ono small shower has fell slnco our arrival anil the dust is fearful. There has boon but littlo sickness in the second and there are very few in the hospital. If there are any more of the boys In either Lincoln or Cusey that wish to enlist now is tho time and they hhvo an excellent chance numof getting into the second as tho be increased from Si to ber of men will 103 men to the company.. Claiu'.ncu Cou:man. Ken-tueklan Spurgeon's Tabernacle is to be re built at once. Tho 3110,000 insurance will pay the cost. The Somerset Reporter says that Hev. H. C. Morrison's meetings there arc drawing great crowds and much good is being done. Hev. W. S. Grlnstead, who held a meeting with Hev. II. IL Mills, at Mt. ZIon, Jessamine county, had three additions aud a number of rcclalmations. Hev. G. W. Young will preach at the Methodist church here next Sunday in place of Kuv. W. S. Grlnstead, who Is holdiug.u protracted meeting at Mr Young's church at Richmond. Kider W. A. Foster's meeting at Hustouvllle had (10 additions to Sunday night and the Interest is spreading many miles. Services willcontimieall tho week at 10 a. m. and s l. t. Dr. J. II. Hoyet, who held a meeting at Preachorsvillo last year, preached his farewell sermon to his church at Lexington Sunday, having accepted the call to tho .'Ird Avenuu Haptisl church, Loulsvlllo. Hev. Walter Lackey, corresponding secretary, tells us that the South Dis trict Association of colored Baptists will meet at Somerset net Thursday and that tho railroads will give a H rate on the cortllicale plan. one-half Kd Cloiise, who klllud W B Tiacj, had an examining trial Frldn at d was admitted to ball In the sum ol .7)0, which he gave. The testimony was pretty damaging agnin-- t L'ioise The a heavy one tuklng .uto bail llxod consideration the man's circumstances. Marshal Newlund and Charles Carson f came over bunu.iy In search of several members of the notorious gang, who have been stealing all oxer the country, taking saddles, bridles, harness and in fact everything that was not nailed down; however Madison county ollleluU hud forestalled them aud taken the prisoners to Richmond. Contractor J. R. Hill has about completed the new work house aud It will be turned over to the town and county shortly. It Is a neat, brick structure and a great Improvement over the old work house. It cost the town and county about 32,500 and will be Used as a receptacle for both police court and county prisoners. Rice Bongo will act as host. John Lear, Louis Land ram and R. L. Klklu went to Chlckamauga Monday. Mrs. Jennie Eastland, of Colum bus, O., is visiting at W. II. 's. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Faulconer have returned from Chlckamauga and have taken rooms at Dr. II M. Grant's. Miss Stevenson, of Madison. Ind., is visiting Miss Mary GUI. J. Mort Roth-wecame down from Dripping Springs Saturday to make final preparations for the opening Wednesday. The Lancaster band will play during the day and the very best music has been engaged for the hops at night. Mort hus thoroughly remodeled the Springs and will have a crowd throughout the season. e The raiders, who it was thought had joined Teddy Rosevelt's raiders, are still with us and on last Friday night swooped down on another ! Gill-Story Kln-nalrd- -- S All goods Guaranteed to keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons coming oiror misfits. FIN j NECKWEAR. - The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. MISS KATUERINE LEWIS. IP'""o?7,T7ZT:f Ought to cost no more than wrongly made shoes. It N partly getting the i r!""!"'T! They don't here. ? ll The beautiful young lady, whose features are portrayed above, is the charming guest of her schoolmate, HI Mrs. W. II. Shanks. She Is from Defiance, O . where her beauty, attractive personality and engaging manners J make her the reigning belle, and in the A. Blue Grass State noted forks beautiful I women, she rivals the loveliest of them ' all. She has been the centre of attrac- i : tion here'stnee her arrival and the at'. tention she ha received Is decidedly j Haltering to her. Mrs. Shanks enter- i. . tained in Miss Lewis' honor Saturday evening, when she captivated the m hearts of the ladles as well as gentlemen, who assembled to meet her. The evening proved generally delightful, and her bewitching guest the making all feel that it was good to be Elegant refreshments were there. served and everything else done to make the occasion enjoyable. ho-tess A I The Right Foot s. In The Right Shoe. 1 , And partly having the right shoe. When we buy shoes we use all our scn-eWe buy as well as we know how. We buy makes whose ma- kr.s stand by their work. We are always desirous of pleasing our customers and believe we can please you. Let us try. We carry Hats Shirts, f ollars and Cuffs, Trunks and Valies. fj 'M l CALDWELL & LANIER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing Hous.e, DANVILLE, EY. MOdU Ut m St "7"M.y A. A. E. Make your homes cheerful ? McKINNEY. Gov. Hradley pardoned Cider William M. Weathcrford, who wa recently returned to tho penitentiary from Indiana, whure ho had been engaged as a minister of the Gospel for some years since his escape in 1SSS. He is the father of Representative Weather-ford- , of Livingston county, and he wns Tho largest railroad curve in tho United Stales, Is on tho lino of tho Columbus, Hocking Valley aud Toledo. It Is two and ono half miles In length. Should tho circle of which the curve is a part be completed, a train would have lo travel 20 miles to get around to Is tho starting place. The curve so and so sclentlQcally constructas ed that trains run at as great speed CO miles per hour over It. Col-umb- Instrumental in securing the pardon. Tho following is from a Nashville, Tenn., paper concerning Fvangellst W. R. Gales, who will begin his meeting here in the Presbyterian church Juno 10: "Up to date ISO members have been added on confession of faith to tho four churches. Many more will yet join, probably running the numbers up to -- 00. This is a grand showing, aud something to bo thankful lor, but tho general remark is, that the blessing which came to thoso in the church was greater cause for thankfulness than the blessing which came to those on the outside. No Evangelist has made a more favorable impression on the people." A young man at college who hud far nume of Admiral overdrawn his account with tho home-folk- s, Cristobal Colon, tho as n last resort wrote home as Ccrvcra's llagshlp, Is Christopher Tho Cristobal Colon follows: in English. "Father I want a check for JflO In discovered America at Satiugoandnow order to join the military class, as I am Commerwishes it hadn't.-Loulsgoing to enlist in the army as soon as vllle cial. Mr. P. Ketchnm, of Pike City, Cal., sick8ays: "During my brother's late ness from sciatic rheumatism, Pain Halm was the only remedy that gave him any relief." Manyo prompt others have testified to theliniment afwhich this from Pain or sale by Craig & Hooker, fords Druggists. Cham-berlaln- 's re-H- hostilities are declared." To this letter tho old man replied, brlolly: "Jim I fit all through tho war, an wus wounded seven times Gov. Hradley appointed Mra. Franj'lnln' any military class. Thar ain't It is estimated that more gold and no art in it. All you got to do is shot sllvor havo been sunk in tho sea thun ces E. Heauchump, D. U. Howard and yer eyes pray ter the Lord, an' pull the are now in circulation in tho wholo William Worlhington as Commission-ci- s without ever Born, to the wives of George Coffey Has constantly on hand every thing to make your houses clean and beautiful. 40,- 000 to and J. H. Barker, last Thursday and Friday, a girl each. D. S. RllTe has bought the half Inter est of his partner, H. D. McClure, in The finest and cheapest you have ever seen. Window Shades, Picture Frames and a their store here and will continue the large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine before buying. business at the same stand. Rev. T. H. Coleman preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning aud N. W. MAY, Cleiik. No. 306 Main Street. Telephone No. 124. gate. About midnight last Friday, e Rev. W. S. Grlnstead at the PresbyteTerrlll, the keeper of the double rian church In the afternoon. Both gate on the Richmond pike, was awak- sermons were good and liberally comened by the sound of chopping on the plimented. The Baptist brethren deBook-Keepin- g. gate. Ho went out and discovered a cided to begin a series of meetings on crowd of a dozen masked horsemen the uth Sunday in July and continue busily engaged in destroying the gate, indefinitely. The pastor will be assistwhen a man can make a success In Being fully convinced that the day has Terrlll recognized one of the men and ed by Rev. Salllnger, of Mt. Sterling. on the Credit System, we will, beginning said: "I know you Bill Wren as well The Methodists' meeting will beglti on as I know any one." The man replied, the lird Sunday in July and continue "As jou know me ;o well I will put an two weeks. 15, end to you," and discharged a WinMr. Ad Martin, a good citizen of the chester rille at Terrlll. The bullet Mt. Salem neighborhood, is confined to missed its mark and imbedded itself in his room with some form of lung trouban oak plunk. Terrlll, after being le. Mrs. Van Owens, of Junction City We have a well selected Stock of Gencr.il Merehandl-- e and Cash Buyer-- will find It to their Interest to Inspect our stock and get prices. threatened and warned by the raiders, is with her daughter. Mrs. Ed. J. TanThanking the public for the liberal share of patronage In the past we hope to have a libreturned to the house and they llnlshcd ner, assisting in the care of her little eral share In the future. Itespectfully, their work and rode away in the direc- sick grandson. B. Smith has moved tion of Lancaster. On Saturday morn- iuto tho property just vacated by H. Crab Orchard, Ky. ing, President J. A Doly came to town 1). McClure. R. T. Smith, of Illinois, Burn-sid- e and made application to Judge came in Saturday and will attend court for guards, which was granted and In Stanford this week. K. L. Tanner, men aro now on duty at the gate. Ter- W. K. Shugaivand G. M. Givens were rlll resumed the collection of toll Sat- in the mountains last week buying urday morning. He came to town and horses and mules for the government. swore out a warrant for Wren and Thoy secured about 20 at fair prices. Sunday Sheriff Ward arrested him and Op. Lair, a young man, probably 22 placed him in jail. Wren Is a married years of age, died of consumption at his man, about 27 years old and is a team- home near hurc Sunday morning. The ster for Koehler Bros. Re denies any disease Is said to have been the reatilt knowledge of the tollgate raid and of an attack of grip. A.J. Burton is This a hard thing to do claims he will be able to prove an alibi. still confined to his room, with littlo He will have an examining trial the hopo of an early recovery. Ray, tho latter part of the week. little son of Ed J. Tanner, who has, been dangerously ill with cholera in TO TIIE PUBLIC fantum, is now slowly improving. The ""Having sold out my coal and feed little son of Mr. Polsgrove, who was Hut you can te comfortable aud cost you but little. plants to Messrs. Warner Ar Perrlu, I struck on the head by a stone thrown cordially recommend them to the good at a mule by a Negro several days ago, people of Stanford und Lincoln county is now thought to be lo a safe way to as my successors aud I take this opportu- recover. The blow crushed the skull, nity to thank your good oeople nt large but skillful surgery was effective. and a few in particular who have so Had management keeps more people ' !tfr kindly blood as my friends during the three years of u business lifo in your In poor circumstances thnn any other midst. God bless them all and may He ono cause. To be successful one must forgive whatever has been amiss in look ahead and plan ahead so that when '10. Luster Coats at i 1.50. Magnificent line of your humble servant. If any have cen- a favorable opportunity presents itself sured him, may theircensurobe turned he Is ready to take advantage of it. A TT. into sympnthy, when they remember little forethought will also save much !K that ho has done the best he could; expense and valuable time. A pruStraw Hats from 2.1c to ?2. Look at them "pro bono publico" and his little fami- dent and careful man will keep a botly. Wo have not determined what wo tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera i shall do, but he who care tit for tho and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house, tho shiftless fellow will wait until neK sparrow will care for those who trust Him; and "where He lcadcth wo will cessity compels it aud then tuiin'iiis best horse going for a doctor and have R. R. Noel, Yours, follow." a big doctor bill to pay, besides; ono Of Noel & Son. pays out 25 cents, tho other is out a In tho two years slnco Ellzabethtown hundred dollars and then wonders why put in its system of water works, the his neighbor is getting richer while he town has putd with a very light tax is getting poorer. For salo by Craig rate $2,000 of tho bonded debt, $1,200 of it Hocker, Druggist9. lloatlng debt, $.'100 for hose, $1,000 for Of the 10 decisive battles of the world additional plpo lino und about $1,400 Furnished ou New or Old Vehicles. expenses of tho tho uverago death rate in tho last live dcliclt in tho operating water plant in tho two years and sever of them (of which alone rellablo statisal hundred dollars in Improvements at tics aro preserved) was about 2o per tho power house. Tho water system cent, ranglug from 20 per cent, tho now lacks less than a hundred dollars British loss at Saratoga, to 47 per cent, tho loss of the Swedes at Pultowa. of paying expenses. News. E GBBONS 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, toll-gat- GIBBONS, Danville, Ol-ll- No Mope i I busl-ne- N Wednesday, June 1898, Sell Goods For CASH ONLY. , IV. E. PERKINS, KEEP COOL ! l; I These Hot Days, 1, I Linen Suits At $2.50 I, B To $4. I . Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. H. J. McROBERTS. RUBBER TIRES tm m There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. i trigger " Atlanta Constitution. world. of the State Houses of Reform. B. K. WEAREN St SON. s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - June 14, 189S W. P. WALTON. Tin: Stars and Stripes now wave over Cuba, at least a portion of It, and from the same staff that the Spanish Ila' was wont to disport ftself to the breezes. Friday S50 marines from the Panther were Ian Jed on the eastern uldc of Guantanamo harbor, under the puns of the Oregon, Marblehead and Yankee and seized and fortllled Crest Heights. Landing was effected after the guns of the American ships had driven off a force of Spanish infantry. The position Is a strong one and makes the landing of land forces easy. It also enables the Americans to seize the railroad to Caimanera. The gunboat Vixen lanaed 400 rifles, five tons of pro- a probability that 8omo of the green major and brigadier generals that McKluley has foisted on jho army for political reasons will bo tried before a court martial for incompetency and Inefficiency. Matters are in u terrible mixed condition at Tampa. Over 15 miles of freight cars are on the tracks and nobody knows or seems to care whether their perishable contents rot or not. One specific charge is that a car of balloons sent two months ago was only found after a long hunt. to the railNo blame attaches roads. The green generals and their Theke is $fKX),000: Colon, $350,000. If any of these vessels should be destroyed by the enemy the Government would have to pay the valuation. In case 01 loss by wind or storm the companies pay it. The Negroes onght to be sent atonce to the, front. Thoso of the 24th and 25th Infantry again became rlotlous at Vbor Citv and Tamoa. Fla. They did great damage, and wounded several people before they were finally over- aides deserve it all. Nearly all of tlie 2x4 statesmen, who Imagine themselves Congressional probabilities, are against Gov. They are afraid if he gets In again, he can't be dislodged and they will have to wait till he voluntarily retires as he did two years ago, with very calamitous results, all will agree. TO Mc-Crcar- y. TROOPS SAIL AT LAST FOR CUHA. Summer Coret at 25c each tion. LAND" AND STOCK. Ladies' O.xblood, Tan nnd Black licit at 10c, 15c, etc. There seems to be wretched manageJune 13. The Washington, there. Fine Jewel Belts nt 25c each, worth 60c. ment in the dispatch of soldiers to Sanarmy for Cuban Invasion, Gen. M. Matbony has sold a lot of corn W. ladle's Collars In all the latest stvleo at 10c each. tiago. Admiral Sampson is said to be Shafter commanding-- . 15,000 strong, his crib nt $2.25. at ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The latest string and puff ties for 25c each. very restive under the delay, feeling left Key West at daylight this A. S. Ball sold a lot of hogs to Rich-arLadle's Bleached Cotton Knit Shirts at 10c each, or for 2c. SUOO-FLnow is the time to strike and every convoy. that morning with formidable Screen doors, sash and Cobb, Jr., at IIJc. Ladies' Fine Jersey Ribbed Vests with xilk yoke trimmed with satin ribbon at 25c 13. The war & Shanks'. moment that the attacit is postponed screen wire nt Warren Washington, June A Jessamlno countv farmer refused each, worth 50c everywhere. means the cost of hundreds of lives. It department announces that active H for his growing wheat. HARRIS' Nickle Plated Shows will Corset Covers nt 15c and 25c each. is said t'nat after several transports had preparations have begun for second Lightning killed 25 cattle, valued at exhibit here Thursday at 2 and S P M. $25 each, in Madison A full line of nev been loaded with men and horses and army of Invasion, which is believed county. Big parade at noon. had started to sea under a convoy of to be destined to Porto Rico. Frank Holtrclaw sold to Jamos I. an order was sent counterwarships, Highland Light, Mass., June King-vill- c telephone lino is now Hamilton a cavalry horse for SS0. The manding the order to sail and dispatch 13. Cruiser San Francisco aground Powell & Harper, of HustonvIUc, in working order. Ofiices on it will be boats had to be sent to overhaul the but thought she will float at high have bought 15 cavalry horses at JtVi to at Highland and Carter's store. transports and bring them back. tide. $110. There were few other than Crowded on the boats the soldiers sufWashington, June 13. Navy Dr. Jackson Glvens bought of T. J. Wc have the best Indies' slipper for 50c that wns ever put on the marliot for that men here yesterday. He has a Hill a fered greatly from heat and many were department has seemingly reliable combined mare for price. Wo have the best Children's ami MImos Slippers at the prices we quote you cinch on old Lincoln, if his friends as- - jyg. prostrated while on one vessel alone 17 information that Cadiz squadron is It will pay you well to examine our Boy's and Men's Clothing stock before you sert themselves and they think they horses died from overheat. It takes unfit for sea. Tho Glasgow News reports the buy, It i brim will or die trying. time and a good deal of it to get ready of 100 mixed sheep at 1 to 3 and CO Madrid, June 13. for war, but not to be ready for one notice just received says that Spain Several light showers have fallen lambs at 4c. expedition in two months is inexcusais full of hope and determined to Tates Creek, a shocked but they only showed how dry it is. ble and shows that the direction of afcontinue the war. the talent at Latonia by nosing out a The signal service predicted: Unset- fairs is minus a head. Washington, June 13. The tied weather with showors and proba-- , hot favorite. Telegrapic reports of last evening president nominated Wm. Ekln, M. S. Baughman and A. C. Dunn bly thunder storms Monday night and A 150 dozen Men's ami j s Straw Hat to be sold at a crifue all shapes and say that 15.000 troops are now on their assistant quartermaster with rank boui'ht in the mountains 15 aged work styles aio in this lot. Tuesday. way to Cuba, under formidable convoy of captain, and Wm. Morton Fuqua mules at $55. but at fastest sailing they can not get surgeon with rank of major. Taxes. The tax books are now, T G. xunnonev bought of II. H. Show your patriotism by buying yur to Santiago before Thursday, or two ready and the auditor has written me Cooper yesterday a pair of yoarllng warIcToes, ' weeks later than Sampson expected to hurry up the collection or taxes. raare mule? for $110. them. As all of the troops are regulars It is estimated that the war revenue Please don't postpone but come up at George T. Wood sold in Cincinnati the wonder grows why they were not ' bill will yield not less than $175,000,000 once and get a receip; for your taxes two of hogs at the of General Incompetence revenue tho first year. Bent sooner. for this year. S. M. Owens, Sheriff. jow j,rjtfl. f i to .'tc. seems to be in command. ' The fanners D. Bullard, discharged from Co. F. of the MeCorniaekn . . . . the inauguration or circuit court church section tell u there U a great Ambassador Hay cables from London Ga., Infantry for disability, killed himwas an unusually tame affair. Nothing deal of that Manila has surrendered, but no self at Fort McPherson, Atlanta. smut In their wheat. 1nn. ..'ivo tho rnntlno work nt confirmation of it had been received to The war has shown that the United ?pU Diiv" ,lh" W troitinir horse the hour of going to press. There was States has two friends at least among charging the grand jury by the judge. , : vr, xs uu wmt iriiuiuu iiiiu a report of a battle there Saturday by the nations of the earth, one Is Eng The jury is as follows: J. II MuVlU- -' ' II ftm t In tnn nfnn n Innlto 111 1111; uuiiuia uui uj luuuib ter, foreman, A. D. Hoot, W. F. Watthe Insurgents led by Aguinaldo and land and the other Is Hawaii. Jo Phillips, a Lebanon trader, bought son, T. L. Carpenter, G. C. Rifle, A. T. I). HANKY, Manager. the news may be true. During the bombardment of the forts 1G sugar miilos in Cumberland county A. Warren, F. J. Jones, E. D. Kennethe North of Santiago harbor one of The war revenue bill taxes mighty at shells from the Dolphin wrecked a dy, H. P. Young, L. G. Gooch, J. II. last week at an average of $7.50 for the Branch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Banistown, l.awrencebure, CynlhiJ the ana, Versailles, Imminence, Georgetown, Klizabethtoun, Frankfort. Mauckort, Iml. G. Drye. The petit lot. near everything in sight and is so comrailroad train, killing many Spanish Bright and S. Jean Beraud won the Groat Ameriwould take this whole prehensive that it juries were not summoned until today. which occupied it. can Stakes, worth $12,500, at Now York paper to print It. The secretary of the troops will have a long Ben Kennedy for shooting Will White Saturday. Miller was second and Au- Uncle Sam's seamen tiii: treasury is authorized to borrow from produced a pardon from the governor to defend. It measures 5,715 50 to 1, third. time to time at not exceeding 'i per coast line and this case was dismissed. Court turan, miles, embracing 2,341) miles on the AtCol. Underwood bought of Goorge S. 0 cent, such sums to the extent of leaving people to won lantic Ocean, 1,556 on the Gulf of Mex- then adjourned, inelf fni- - JOO. Khelhv a tlii'nn.vpnr-nli- l may be necas in his judgment der if it was so soon done for. what was ico and 1,S10 on the Pacific Ocean. He ha named him Dewey. Mr. Unessary to meet public expenditures and begun for. A torpedo in the St. Johns River, it derwood refused $100 for his to issue certificates of indebtedness in exploded, killing three men and Fla.. bull last week. McCltEAHY and THOMPSON. Withdenominations of $50. or some multiple badly wounded Lieut. Hart, of the Uni- out announcement, Hons. Jas. B. Pittsburg Phil is acredlted with winof that sum. He is also authorized to Engineers, in charge of the and J. B. Thompson, candidates ning $25,000 on Ot nament when he won Issue $400,000,000 if necessary in $20 or ted States work of fortifying the river at that for Congress, swooped down on us yes- the Brooklyn handicap. He got about bearing point. some multiple thereof, interest :i$ to 1 for his money. Phil is u loer coupons, with 3 per cent interest and Gen. Poland, in command of the 2nd terday, and of course where two candion the season, and so are the other they are to be offered first as a popular division at Chlckamauga, has Issued an dates are gathered together there are loan at par. The secretary is further order that all woman must leave the speeches and speeches. For some cause j)l lingers. Plaudit, winner of tho Louisville and directed to coin into standard silver camp, dearly an tne omcers nau tneir Mr. Gilbert, the other candidate, was not present, so the two named had It all Oakley Derbies, met defeat at Latonia dollars as rapidly as the public inter- wives with them and they are much pdt to themselves. The governor led off Thursday, Han d'Or defeating him ests may require to an amount, howev- out bv It. easily for the Derby, in the remarkand Brigadie- and in his usually suave and gentlemanFred Grant er, of not less than one and r-General S. Bills, in company ly way ran over his record, which lie ably fast time of 2:112. The Latonia T. millions of dollars in each month, all said was an open book from which all Derby is lj miles. of the sliver bullion now in the treas- with Col. E. H. Galther, will visit Hardly the average crowd attended within the next week, and could read, and then went for his opury, purchased in accordance with the He showed that neither had court yesterday and little or no busi14, will be entertained by Judge Hughes ponents. provisions of the act approved July been consistent in his course and while ness was transacted. There were no at his "Old Kentucky Home." 1890. Democrat. he Used the scalpel with force and vig- cattle on the market and no demand seems prospect of more real telegraphed Secre or he did it with the skill of a trained for any. A few horses for cavalry purThere Gov. Bradley has war in Clay county than in Cuba. The tary Alger, asking tnat tne second surgeon and with the air of a duty to poses changed hands nt $70 to $S5. The Harrodsburg Democrat reports state force of 50 men are there under Kentucky regiment be assigned to Gen. perform as neatly and as courtecharge of that valorous warrior, Col. Fred Grant's command. The governor ously as maybe. He was listened the sales of several growing crops of W. S. Forrester, and are at present has also asked that the Kentucky sol- to with the greatest attention and iTis wheat at SO to S5c. Some farmers are holding for $1. Same paper also reports masters of the situation, but they know diers be paid for the month they have best points applauded. sales of yearling cattle at $2.1, lambs at not the hour nor tho day when the Ba- been in tho Federal service. When his time was up, Mr. Thompkers or the Howards map swoop down Lieut. C. A. Tinsley, of Troop A, son arose and after the first public an- - 2 to 5c and 50 cattle for Oct. 20 to ov. lu delivery at 1c. on them and capture the whole lay out. First Kentucky Cavalry, is in Ken- - nouncement of his candidacy to a Lin- The Kentucky Trotting Horse Rrced- The report was that the troops had tucky to recruit men. He reports the coin audience, proceeded to do a little gone out yesterday for the Bakers, but condition of affairs at Chlckamauga dissecting himself. He read from the w 'Association has again broken tho whether they got them or not depo- pleasant on the whole, but that the governor's record to show that ho was world's record, 530 entries being re- Belle, 15c. 50c. Cyclometers, II 00. nent 6alth not. As a brother of Sher- dust is almost Insufferable. There has not always a free silver man and that ccived to 14 stakes, and every great Lamps, ' Wrenches, 25c. 15c. Screw Drivers, Locks, lOo iff B. P. White was killed by that fac- been no rain since April 23. there were other lapses in his record, trotter and pacer in the land is enterrc'. Toe Clips, 25c. 10c. Troiiser Guards, 10c - Oil Cans, tion, ho has given way to the coroner, The greatest electric searchlight in which could hardly be explained away. An average ot aoout .is entries is wonFoot Pumps, 75c. 15c. Itopair Outfits, 25c Is acting as Sheriff. Much trou- the world, now being erected at Ft. Except for a saucy manner of expres-- . uerfui. no track ever before averaging Lamp Brackets, who Grapholiue, 10c. 25. Tool Bngg, Saddles, 25c ble is apprehended. Monroe to guard the entrance to the sion, Mr. Thompson kept within the over m 10c. Cements, The great race horse and sire, Vina l hpnm ff HrrHf, nlni PhAannnntrn lines of proper debate and his speech Kentucky as usual is getting left at! , ,n1fl,m' died at Rnnnyraedo Farm In iiilimin-,- ft fln nb- - was highly complimented by in tlie way Cycle Sundries his And Every the hands of McKInloy. Of the :7 ' jecl 100 roIlea off Bourbon county Friday, aged 10 years. d caa be 8een on friends. Prices. array orllcers appointed, the old Com- ho won the Louisthe clouds at evcn a Breater (ustanCe. In his rejoinder of 15 minutes, Gov. As a luuuncunu Biiuwa up wnu uuiy iwu, The vessel captured Friday night by McCreary went for the man from Mer ville Derby and beat all comers and in Leono-we- ll while Ohio has 29, Pennsylvania 21, t.lm St.. T.nnia t.iirna out in havo boen DeOur DepartOur cer and shower from letters and speech. the stud ho sired such horses as Illinois 16 and so on. Speaking of . Rnltlh nollim- Twlnkfinham. which es and Tillo. He was by Longfellow that he had written and mado that kissing going by favors, we OOSere . urnolra horn KPolHnr .in nnnnr. Mr. Thompson was not tho original and out of a mare by Semper Felix. that the president Is still favoring his tunity to deliver to tho Spanish lleet a natentee of the free silver Idea, that in l T..-- l 0..- - ni I wish lo buy a small rami of We always carry a full lino of Bicycle Is fo well equipped that we can manufacuuBKeye auii, 1J miesi, allotment Th(J Tw,ek. deed his mind was so befogged on the FARM. Q of .j200 tons of coa) to W Acre. Must lie troo.1 Parts for the manufacturer of Bicycles. ture or repair promptly and at reasonablo li"klMw t VinS nf llTmikinn Ti n km a k nnd have fair Improvements. Aililrrxs 11. enham attempted to run away from the question at one time that those who land Hubble, Ky. Wo nro in a position to make the lowest prices. Romombor we make a speK,," ikmi ley old back number, to be a major and St. Lonls, but was brought to by a sol- read his letters could pluco him no prico on Then, Spokes, Hints, ornny thing cialty of men In charge no id shot. general. With such s is and at lowest priwhere but In tho gold bug column. n m F(. Sle. Car lo.nl ai $1.00 fur 7 that is used in the construction of Bicy- This work wonder military matters are miserably ces. cles. Intense excitement was caused nt Tho governor satisfactorily explained oVLil .bmhel barrel AN, mixed and getting worse. to toro lu f'yelnuo Fort Monroe Friday night shortly af- -' he 3eomjnr points against him that' W HEAT cent a buMiel. ISAAC l) o'clock by a dispatch received Thompson had mado and closed u Hamilton, itowjan.1. M in A vote on the resolution to unuex ter Shop-Wor- n Second-Han- d from the signal station at Cape Henry speech that raiseu nun oven in me esthe Hawaiian Islands will be taken in Spanish warships were timation of a people that already hold tho House ut 5 p. M. Wednesday. Since stating that $5 $20. lurking in that vicinity, but tho mys- him In high esteem. the United States seems to havo .tho Wo have been uceti'-eStamp for Illustrated Sundry Cataloguo and Bargain Sheet. of selling to be harmless Send Two-CePhilippines for the taking, the annex- terious craft turned out u County sour .Musli WliNUy German freighters. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. .V Ileum- ut SS per gallon, 30o iiiudo by lload ation of those islands is regarded us a 032 Fourth per quart. aV: pr pint. We will lisivo to Largest The Government has fixed the folmilitary necessity for a coaling station, Avenue Charlie Peck and Miss Lulu Miller own up. Wo havo and its mo havo 1! llur- - Cycle lowing war valuations on Pacific mail but as our vessels gut coal there now Louisville, N.0,.,t.,Vn I'm UK''. V,rm,K'' '"" already taken for tho Philip- were married ut Mrs. Susan Moutruy'a i uii, u ..lit 'mii vtJililiniu Iviii II lull. Ky. without any trouble, this does not seem steamers City of Pekin. $050,-00- at Rowland Saturday. pine expedition: V. II. HAM,. lu the Itepeet fully, to be Stanford, Ky. City of Sydney, $175,000; China, ntire Fottth Mr. Richard H. Bell, of Harrods- d STILL PUTTING ON FIGHT. visions and C0.0O0 rounds of ammuni tion for the insurgents at A&serado, 30 SPAIN SAYS SHE IS DETERMINED CONTINUE THE WAR. miles west of Santiago. Spanish cavalry attempted to interfere, and the CADIZ SQUADRON CAN NOT SWIM. Vixen shelled them, doing great execu- whelmed by two whito companies. Several Negroes woro killed or Injured, and one white soldier of the second Massachusetts was wounded and an officer was reported seriously wnundud. The entire Second Georgia regiment was finally called out to preserve order among the Negroes. The tlag of the United States is now probably fioating over the Ladrone is lands, lh the Pacific Ocean, heretofore numbered among Spain's colonl il possessions. The Island lies about 1,000 miles East of the Philippines. When the cruiser Charleston sailed from San Francisco, May 22. Capt. Glass had orders to sail to Guajan, the principal is land of the Ladrone group, and after compelling the surrender of the garrison there to raise the American flag. The transport City of Pektn, with 1,000 troops, was under orders to land men burg, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Gait will be married at Loulsvillo tomorrow. Miss Evangeline Cisneros, whose romantic escape from a Spanish prison in Havana several months ago is recalled, was married at Baltimore to Carlos F. Cirbonell, who assisted in her rescue. Dr. Robert Ryland, aged il, and wife celebrated their golden wudding In Lexington. The remarkablo thing of the event was the fact that the good woman who took part In the festivities Is his second wife. Louisville Store, Everlastingly giving the MOST for the MONEY Th" incomparable mlvantngrs of our big store both an prices asil dntioiiNiiiul liouet treatment, nro so tilnin. so in.listeitab c thnt cnl cren.iiig as never bef'iro. We intend giving a i In a divorce case at St. Louis where there were two children involved tinjudge decreed that the man should have one and the woman the other, and that they should exchange at tho end of each year. Nothing else could seem so fair, and yet the decision wu a discouragement of divorce proceedings. The marriage of Mis Mae Plummet, the beautiful daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. Pluinmor, of this city, to Mr. Dowoti Jone, of Lexington, was solemnised nt - acoom no Jiurs tire in- - fir KNOCK - OUT BLOW ! And thereby have the price n a dinwlug card as before. Think of it, wo have about twice the stock of Indie's dro-- s skirts of any other lioii'c, at price from IKIc to JI.50 each. An immense Mock of dress goods to be unloaded at once tho First Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Fred G.Currey left yesterday for Woatherford, Texas, where he will be married on June 22 to HarroJsburg Miss May McClure. Democrat. BE6JLBDLE SS F COST Lawns At 4c Per Yd. Mc-Crca- ry ! Semi-offici- al I j FULL of REAL BARGAINS B-- j I J FLAGS AND FLAG CLOTH 11 car-loa- d lSS-pouo- d J , .' n: I 11 I I The Louisville Store. I $100,-000,00- two-year-o- ld Mc-Cre- ary EL DREDGE SEWING MACHINE. ! one-ha- lf Major-Gener- Har-rodsbu- rg Har-rodsb- urg The Latest Machine out, something1 new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. BICYCLES New And Guaranteed. JtJJ? $20 TO. $60. - I 3 SUN DRIBS. of ,, Lcc-natu- s, tiling at three-year-ol- d Manufacturing - partment. Repair ment !. -- I I I A I ,, first-clas- NOTICE ! Nol-o- and Wheels, to I'our-Vear-O- Id nt ! ""', II-- 11 0; well-fouude- d. m$s i i.WiWfllW4ijWI-'H,JV?lLt't'4''- ' "l11","- - !"' ' H'ijm jijiyimuyrwpwp 'I'W " v' miWiMtr i' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL!v1C;N;srio,,TON'"cnt,oD"".- - GKTa pair l.)0 Oxfords, .fc Sons. Severance 1 -. STANFORD, K, - I JtSE M, .. l8c;S 1 C. U. ... ALTON, ,, JUSIMM .UA..li.ll. ,. prescription have been carefully anil correctly IHlwl at Penny's .. OVKlt W,u00 Wm m'elVC ; , JS!ftSi,tmc.nU0,,r' PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. visiting Miss Kutio Beazley. M,ss OMVIA BALDWIN, of Rlch- monil, is with her sister, Mrs. W. II. Shanks. Mns. S. C. PuitKi.vs, of Bee Lick, and Mrs. 12. E. Prothoroe, of Brodhend, aro visiting Mrs. E. J. Brown, lHS uoUAK ijr.vzi.kv antl Misses .Mab.lan.l S..II0 May Johnson ca.no over irom i..o.ingion yostcruay 10 visit relatives. is Allhki: Hudson, of Danville, J. W WuitXBR, one of the iincfct barbers in the State, is now with mo. Give him a trial. Ed Wilkinson. Lahl Louis' Lair, aged '21, died nf consumption at his home near Turners- ville Sunday and was buried at the Campbell burying ground yesterday. Looan IL III'uhks held ticket No. Ml which drew the "solid gold watch" given away by Dr. Dan McC'lurc, the medicine man. Another watch will be given away Thursday night. TitKelti.ens on HighcaMon 2 At And Below Cost. 2!4!4&!4t 1) 1 Miw. B. B. Kis'fj and Mrs Peter SIIICLTON M. SAIKLKY, of tills office. Straub, St, went to P.irksvllle yesterIs quite sick with fever. day to see their sister, Mrs. Hiloy Miss Mattii: Ai.roitn.of Louisville, King, who it very ill. is are At and Below Cost is the price at which we Avenue Vf Only one person was sent to the penitentiary from tho Hockcastle circuit court which adjourned Saturday, notwithstanding there were a round dozen men charged with murder. John Jarrett got three years for killing Buck Times, Padgett, as has been stated before in at Crab Orchard. Uva llnish, potato bugs, cabbage these columns, but the others either MHS. JOHN W. IlAltltlSand children, worms and rose bugs, at W. 13. McRobgot their cases continued or had hung of Mlddlosboro, are guests of Mrs. orts'. juries. Pate and Elza Langford, who George U. Woaren. Havij your eyes tested and properly shot L. C. King, from the effects of MlSsMlNNIi: ItCl'LIIY, of Stanford, Ter- fitted with glasses at Craig t Rock- which he died, had a hung jury, six for is visiting relatives and friends at acquittal and six for a term in the pen. er's. ry vllle. Advocate. MISS Hussii: CaHSON, of thu East Wantrd, to pay cash for country Killed hy Lightning. While End. spent commencement week with produce. II. M. Powell, Gilberts in a game of cards for pasttlme, Mrs. J. F. Ciimmlns. Ex Deputy U. S. Marshal Wm. StringCreek. Danks' Orchestra will furnish the" er wm instantly killed by lightning n Wic have jut received a lot canncl ho sat under some small trees at his music for the contest, which moans a nut coal for cooking purposes to sell at home at Pittsburg Friday. The stroke troat for the lovers of music. MLsSGKUTItl'DlC I'lINNAIIACKHII. of 10 cents a bushel delivered. J. II. tore his hat and one shoe to pieces but Kings Mountain, is a vlstoral Pleasant Baughman it Co. showed no severe marks on his body. 11111. Harrodsburg Sayings. Clel Stringer, a brother, was badly Evalink Stkwaut, a MKS. LYDIA CAltltlco, who has been shocked and two dogs lying near were old colored wou.an, died Friday and ren , visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Brady, also killed. The deceased was was buried by the Sisters of the Mysteturned to Louisville Saturday. here and had the reputation of J. F. Ct'MMINS went to Richmond rious Ten Saturday. being a most courageous man. He was und acted as Dr. Davison's best man in A ILM HttOKBN. -- Little Sam, son of a strong democrat and his influence his matrimonial arrangement. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Embry, fell olf of was worth much to the party in his secMiss Eva Watts, daughter of Mr. an outhouse Sunday afternoon and tion. tiuA Mrs. J. IL Watts, of Hnrrlmno, broke his left arm between the wrist Taxes have Increased since the reTaiin., Is visiting In thl section. and tlbow. ceipt which Mr. Je-s- e Carter, of More-lanof Mt. Vernon, Mil C C. Williams, showed us Saturday was writton. NlCW FlltM Messrs. W. K. Warner, was on Sunday's train bound for New of Garrard, and J. W. Perrln have It was dated May 11. 1S02, and was for City to spnd a few wok. York Miss Mary Elkin. a little inmuty bought ont the coal business of Kev. IL taxes on 120 acres of Hanging Fork I!. Nosl & Son's, look, stock and barrel, land, several Negroes and some other from Stanford, Is the guest of personalty owned by Mr. Carter's and have taken charge. Itecord. grandfather, Charles Carter. Tho aeeom- MHS. J. P. JoKWnn.1 Elliott w ure lcd bv Vcor UftUou amount was only $2.7.", or hardly a M. Elliott a far Lex- ,..lud Mrs. J. CaIoiU)timnri ,mve rtJ0r. tenth of what the taxes would be now. I.Kton. on hor return to ashlngUm. ' Tho receipt, which was beautifully , , . THOMAS LA&IlbY WtMIl lO LOUbV lltt ' viui kiivtigv niw w written, was signed in a bold hand by Sundar, where he will send a few days m4l iiivil Saturdav night. from next "Jos. Davis, D. S." Mr. Carter showed before returning to Central America us a number of old papers which beHoeic-BMissbs Maooii: and Jknnib I'lCNlc Manager T. II. Wright, of aro having a veranda built to thoir Grcon Uriar Springs, announces a big longed to his grandfather and which are highly prized by him. By the way house and are othorwl-- e Improving It. picnic for July 4. Music, dancing, Mr. Carter and several friends came Mies. Maktha Lackrv arrived from and other conduclves to n down Saturday to vote for Gov. vl-- It her Gallatin Saturday night to day nr0 ,iroraeeil. for Congress, thinking It was sitter, Mrs. M. J. .Miner, ai wiunui I'lm. But lr Isn't. The Interior Jour- the day for holding the county convenMit. Max Saljnobi:, of Louisville, nal furiilshe- its patrons with special tion. They will be on hand Saturday. wa on hand as usual on court days, and dispatches bearing on the war. It bears Julyllth. showed the boys at his store how to this extra expense for the accommodaThe Stanford Female College closed dis H)so of goods. tion of its readers and friends and it its 27th session in a most brilliant mancombined or- Mil J. II. HaI'uhman should be duly appreciated. Mt. ner. The Opera House never had a with pleasure by taking his hand- uon Signal. larger crowd nor did the stage ever some wife with him on his Inst tour of Jailkr Griffin, of Mt. Vernon, look prettier, either on account of dectho mountains. e orations or Its occupants. The beauty , Mil Ed II. Stofkil of Nashville, came down Sunday and took to Estely Lackey, a Negro wanted of the decorations wa in a great measof our who has been on a visit to one loveliest young ladies, returned adly for shooting and wounding a man nam- ure due to tho artistic taste of Mrs. ed Jones in that county. Marshall Joe Mary Craig, assisted by the young lato hi-- , home Saturday. colMlKlt Owsi.KY, who has been attend- Shannon, of Crab Orchard, arrested dles of the graduating class. The ors of the V. A. M. Society, white nnd ing college at Lebanon, Tenn., return-m- i Lackey on suspicion, but he confessed yellow, predominated, while the beauSaturday night, bringing with him before the otllcer got him to jail. . tiful daisy formed the principal llornl his nephews, Will and Owsley Manlor. STANFORD won't sutler for amuse- decoration. It was indeed a scene of of Somerset, HON. O. IL Waddlb, Judge Hen F. Hoach, of Harrodsburg, ments this week. Miss Ellen Ballou's brilliancy and beauty, when the grad. and Kov. G. W. Young, of llichmond, music class gives a recital at Walton's uates, Misses Tevls Carpenter, Roberta lHh, and the Cash, Hettic and Janle Wearen, their are tho judges for the Fourth Annual Opera House Beazley, Waters it Muuefec elocution- sweet, girlish lnnocenco and beauty beElocutionary Contest here next Friday ary aggregation holds forth at the samo ing typified in costumes of purest night. Mil Hknuv Bacon, editor of the place Friday night, 17th, while on the white, wero seated by tho handsome amid the regal ushers in Bardstown Record, and one of the Kith Harris' circus will have the call. surroundings. The invocation was promembers of the Sowle Printing it EnTltOOI'S. Thursday night's L. it N. nounced by Rev. R. B Mnhony and graving Co., which does the State was hero Friday, to see tho train bore III men from Powoo Valley, then tho program given in our last printing, county otllcers, and paid us a pleasant under Assistant Adjutant General W. was faithfully and excellently performS. Forrester, and -- 0 men from Louis- ed. Each young lady read her essay , call. Miss annii: Bllli: Woods, who ville, under Oapt. Jacob, to London, with clearness, beauty and much elocugraduated with honors at the Millers-bur- g where they took wagons to Manchester. tionary cllect, doing so well that we College, returned homo Saturday They wero sent thither by Gov. Brad- would not say which did tho best, even with her sisters, Misses Sue and Bessie, ley on oath of Judge Brown as to their if we knew. No graduating class ever who wont over to be present at tho necessity to preservo the pcaco during was more lavishly remembered by commencement exercises of their Alma his court to try the Bakers and How- Its friends, for when all had contribMater. ards. uted tho stage was piled high with Mas. A. S. Mopfktt, who passed onyx tables, paintings KiLLiNc Charles Obey, a Negro llowcrs, lamps, hero returning to Lebanon from son, Lacy I. In tho am ploy II. H. Squires it Co., and many other valuable presents. Miss tells us that her Mary Cowen sang "Adieu Marie," with who are doing some grading at Kings-villMolTett, who graduated at Central soul entrancing sweetness and to a prowas shot by John DIckerson, also last week, will become a minisagain and lilting himself for that calling colored and In the samo employ. Dr. longed encoro came forward ter after sang aa It was hardly over sung before C. M. Thompson took charge of the at Princeton. 'My Old Kentucky Home." It was Misses Mabv Burton and Julia wounded man but ho died in a few tho lovely woman's farewell song and Howard, of Lebanon, will arrive today hours. DIckerson escaped, but It is and tho unthat he was near Kingsvillo tho she sang It with tho spirit awakoned to visit Mrs. J. S.Hundley and Wedderstanding, and its strains nesday evening from 8 to 12 she will day after tho killing. Obey was runwas about to go o ning from DIckerson when ho was shot tho deep regret that she entertain In their honor at her from among us, perhaps forever. In homo. Miss Howard la one of the and tho killing seemed to have been addition to being a fine music teacher, entirely unprovoked. elocutionary contestants. sho is gifted with a splendid voice, Saturday's Louisville Times said Gill, son of James GUI, of which she has liberally cultivated, nnd Will of tho young lady who will arrivo Wedcounty, was arrested by Marshal, is in every way and every sense a most nesday to visit Misses Linda and Emma this O. J. Xowland, M. S. Baughmau and charming and delightful woman. AfOwsley: "Miss Alma Lackey, one of Dink Farnior Saturday on a warrant ter conferring degrees and delivering tho prettiest and most attractive young sworn out by N. B. Coy, of Kirksville, tho diplomas, President Win. Sheltdn women in Gallatin, Tenn., Is visiting charging him with stealing a lot of spokojn highest praise of each of tho Miss Lillian Neal at Crescent Hill. Alsome money and clothing from retiring teachers and read tho names of though Miss Laqkey hub been hero but meat, him some tlmo ngo. GUI married In tho new faculty, which we gave in our a few days, sho has already won many was living near Kirks- last issue. Tho benediction was then admlrerflby her rare conversational Madison and ville when the goods were missed, but pronounced and tho great crowd slowly powers and her natural, easy manners. later moved to his father's on Neal's unpacked Itself. The next session will Sho is considered one of tho comeliest creek. Some of tho clothing belonging begin Sept. f, when It is hoped that tho young women that haa visited Cresto Mr. Coy wiib found in tho house and etTorts of the principal and his excelcent Hill this season and sho is a great It looks llko the young fellow will al- lent daughter, Mrs. Nannie Saulley, to favorite with the young beaux. Mies most certainly do time in tho peniten- give the community a llrst-claschool Lackey Is a handsome blondo nnd is aland demonstrated tiary. Marshal Newland will take him will bo appreciated ways becomingly gowned. Sho possessfor his examining by the largest matriculation In Its hisIs a to Richmond es many rare traits, among which tory. trial. lovely disposition." C. Sine. from Tonnost.ee very 111. U up ngain. Mits. Mauy Tompkins, of LexingLatkst patterns in wall paper at W, ton, is the guest of hor daughter, Mr?. I. McRoborts'. Win. Goooh. Bl'CKBYK Mowers and repairs at Mils. J. S. ItlCB wont to Cavo City vli.lt her parent, Dr. and Warren fc Shanko'. Saturday to Mrs. Garnott. NlJW light coats and vests, pants and JOHN Hl'CHANAN, of the Louisville linen hats. Severance Sons. spent Sunday with his mother the guest of Mis Janle Woaron. Miss Flokknck Hakims, of Lanc.u-toIs the jfuest of Miss Mary Cash. MlSS Doha StiiaUH, who came homo r, LOCAL 1 HAPPENINGS. WILL pay cash for walnut logs. are rejoiced at the prospect of an electric light which will be put at the intersection of that avenue with LancasA. ter Street. The street is also being MacAdamizcd and generally Improved. GETTING RID OF CLOTHING. A good stock of both Men's And Boys' Suits and Pants Are still on hand and if you wish to save big money you can do it. These V4 t Goods Must Be Gotten Rid Of take less than cost and if anybody is going to get goods at less "than cost it had as well be YOU as some one else. If we have to en-gag- ed I well-know- n w. h, Mad-l.-on well-know- d, In the county court the wills of Sandidge. Mrs. Susan Smith and Mrs. Belle Worley were admitted to probate. The lirst gives all the testator's property to his wife, Mrs. Elenor Sandidge, during her life and then divides it equally among his four children, after deducting amounts ndvanced them. Mrs. Kate Goode qualified as executor of Mrs. Smith's will. SF1IIG IS HEM I And we are now prepared to iMiiaj furniih you with the best quality of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Mis-Matl- lu Elkln.--I-nnen-.U- sr . 1 K Mc-Crea- ry Il)-(lt- lint - biis-Inu- ss There'll be a hot time In the old town next Friday night. 17th, and the Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of array of beauty and chivalry in the the best Perfumes, Soap?, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. handsomely decorated Opera House will present a picture of such dazzling beauty that it will dwell in memory. The subjects selected are only excelled in beauty of sentiment by the loveliness of the nine young ladles who will participate in the entertainment, neither of whom comes for health alone, but to contest every inch of elocutionary ground. It will really and truly be a CONTEST from start to finish, and as reserved seat tickets are going like hot cakes ou election day at McRoberts' Drug Store, a tremenduously large audience will greet the grand galaxy of elocutionary stars when the curtain rises promptly at 8 o'clock. Beazley, Waters and Menefee, Managers. , 3 CRAIG & HOOKER'S. Hock-castl- Recital. Tonight at Walton's Opera House, with the stage decorated with bunting, tings and other patriotic emblems, Miss Ellen Ballou's music class will render the following program. Four pianos will be used: PART I. H Big Drive 1 1 I I Are those 95c Oxford Ties m i x.tj.m jubtuies. iur Some Very Fine Goodi in Sizes I 2, 3 an 1 3J. in Minuet Columbine Delahaye to-nig- semi-circ- le Janle Wearen, Stella Ballou, Hattie Fowler, Myrtle Hughes, Katherlne Beazley. Tableau "OH to the War" Meyer March Young May Queen Minnie Sine, Eunice Earp, Hat-ti- e OrndorlT, Eula Totten.Kath-erln- o Huffman. Archie Elkin. "A Musician's Story" Miss Flora Ballou. Hoist Fantasie Hexentnng Stella Ballou, Mary Phillips, Myrtle Hughes, Stella Katherlne Baughman, Jennie Lynn, Allle Huffman, Arelhusa McAlister. . . Boex 'Kentucky" (State Song) Mc-Clary, i CHILDREN'S 5izes 10 to SUFFERS ! 1, Odds and Ends, good for everybody at only immmmwfflwmeMmmMffl & SEVERANCE SONS. March--"U- . Mrs. A. G. Huffman. S. Marines Under Amcrl Hich-mon- d, Uni-vorsl- ty e, Flag" Allle Huffman, Arethusa McAlister, Katherine Huffman, Bruce Wearen, Eunice Earp, Minnie Sine, Katherlne Baughman, Sarah Baughman. PART II. We Now Have A Full Line of the Very Latest Stationery in the Style. The Shape of Paper and Envelopes is Correct and the Quality Superfine. 50c Per Box. New-Initia- l be-liov- ed hand-Bora- Tableau ''Returning From War". . . . Rlvo King Concert Waltz Ballon, Eva Lammers, Stella Katherlne Beazley, Mary Wearen, Hattie Fowler; Violin, Mr. Danks; Cornet, Phll-llps,Janle PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Mr. DoBord; Bass Violin, Mr. Huffman. 'Going and Coming From School.". Arethusa McAlister and Sine Dudderar, Allio Huffman and . . . ss to-da- y Archie Elkin. "My Old Kentucky Home," with Variations Katherino Huffman. Von Weber Overture "Oberon" Stella Ballou, Katherlne Beazley, Eva Lammers, Myrtle Hughos, Hattie Fowler, Janle Wearen. Recitation Miss Flora Ballou. Caprice Hcrolque . Antonio Do Kontski Miss Ballou. Pantomime "Old Glory" Mary Elkin. harvester iFOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. ijai.,, t, -;. a THE INTO RIORJOURNAL! SIntter of Unco" Prlrte. Sclentifio Parent (on a stroll) You ecc out there in the street, my son, n simple illustration of n principle in mechanics. The man with the cart pushes u."b Hollo ATMs a iajro aairrliava it in front of him. Can you guess why? Probably not. I will nsk him. Note his 2 1MCU YJCVl. IX ADV.VXCK answer, my son. (To banana peddler): My good man, why do you push that W When not nopalilSSS.SO will ' charged. cart instead of pulling it? Banana Peddler 'Cause I ain't a A. I BRIEF HEWS NOTATION, hoss. X. Y. World. IIeSBIMI KENTUCKY CENTRAL 1 Poor Henry. TIME 811 m Mlddlc-Age- d Matron And do you ex- Gnd DIVISION. yi -- No. 5 Arrrlrcsat Stanford at 1:0S a. . 2.10 a. ". licavw Maiifonl at V.I.SI Arrive at Hon land at 14. W WM. 3.40 V. M. ! Leaves Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Young Wife Oh, it would be, if it were not for the dog next door. Ho barks nil the early part of the night, and Henry is so nervous that he has to stay in town until two in the morning to escape the annoyance of hearing him. Pearson's. He The trouble with too many people in this world is that they don't know enough to quit when they are ahead of the game. She I know it. I ought to have quit when I got your engagement ring, but I went ahead and married you. Chicago Daily News. married life as pleasant as you pected? S. Train going North " " K.26 " 24 ..12 3T p til ,.. 2 41 a m ...12 4X .1 1 Contlnulnir the Troulilc. K.23 " No, 25 " " fcouth " .. 1 S iu iu For alllPoluts. BO'IGU TICKETS SOLD. I1AGOAUE CHECKED THROUGH. For anr Information enquire ol JOE S. KICE, Agent, FHANKFOHT AND Stanford, Ky. Stanford, DB.. Said Simple Simon to the pieman, "What kind of make's your ware?" Said pieman to Simple Simon, "The kind Trains leave Frankfort at (5:30 a. !. and 1 r. M., the prepare." Said Simple connecting at Georgetown ltd U. A C. and reach-ia- z housewives Paris Paris at 8:40 A. v. and 3:10 l M. Simon to the pieman, "I don't like that atS:20A. M and 530 P. v.. connectlne at GeorgeSaid the pieman to town with (J. A C. anil reaching Frankfort at 11.55 kind of cook." A' """""-'SSsEI'Simple Simon, "You're not as simple as R. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. you look." X. Y. Journal. CRESCENT. Schedule Time. QUEEN & Mr. Cheapside 1 thought you said you were going to Mrs: Brick's live Tralna pass Junction City as follows: people. 4 11pm 12 02 p m No. 2 North Ko. I South o'clock tea this afternoon? It's after by 500 " . t " By the explosion of a couple of lamps 140.3 " .""!! cuu". 11 Ham " 6 lsipm Ho.S " Miss t warn " 10 " 8 05 r iu W. 9 Mrs. Cheapside There's no hurry. at u'receptlon at Opellka, Ala., No. does not atop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-gefive o'clock tea isn't likely to be Mack Winkerley, the guest of honor, Iler from South of Someret 9 and lu run no furready before seven. She's got the girl was burned to death and u half dozen ther than J miction City atul Sand t! only to I used to have. X. Y. Weekly. others of the guests were burned more or less seriously. Medlcnl Succeaa. Near Bardwell Alice HarrUon, the Young Doctor (exultantly) Well, Royal makes the food pure, daughter of n widow, was I've been successful with my first pa'wholesome and dellclou. tient. attacked and severely choked by a .NOld Doctor Of what did you relieve egro man. Her screams frightened the him? man away, and citizens are after him s. Young Doctor Two guineas. with bloodhounds. Aeolian Lodge I. O. O. P., Bowling A Willful Sllacnnatrnctlon. Green, celebrated Its llftleth anniverBridegroom IIow much for tying sary. The uddresses vero delivered the knot, mister? W. Morris, the only Justice Jones Well cr the law al- by Hon. George 10 who went there living man of the lows me two dollars but cr Bridegroom Is that so? Here's 50 from'Louisvnie to found the order 50 cents. That makes two and a half. years ago. Come on Sal. X. Y. Journal. Wind did considerable damage at Smith's Grove to Harris' circus, which Very Trne. ITewitt While I was away I was made will show here Thursday. The tents POWDER a lion of. were blown down and one elephant was Absolutely Pur Jewett There must have been some so badly frightened that he threw his magicians where you were. keeper In a pond nearby and came near Hewitt What do you mean? Jewett Only a magician can turn a drowning blin. BAKIN9 POWDtA CO., NIW YORK. A suit for 3500,000 damages has been jackass into a lion. X. Y. World. brought In New York by William R. Tho lie Hloomer Glrla. the New York Journal, Mamma (aghast) Oh! that bloomer Hearst.ownerof Publishing Company, against the Press girl scared me so she almost took my publishers of the New York World, of Dealers In breath away. Tottie Xow I know what you mean which Joseph Pulitzer Is really tho when you say "your breath came in owner. It Is the result of a telegram short pants." Judge. published In Wednesday's World in d Order Office mid Feed Exchange 'near Crossing. Depot St., Stanford. Ivy. which Mr. Hearst U accused of trying A Mutter of Xcoemsltr. Coal Yard. Mill St.. lately J. B. Illpglns' of his "You ought to take pattern by your through the war correspondents Stand. SatUfuctlon Guaranteed. Jan. 1 plans of the friend, Augusta. She is so cleanly in newspaper to defeat the her habits that she washes herself three Government by smuggling certain A. S. PRICE, times a day." plans'und documents out of Tampa. "And no wonder; her sweetheart is a .Surgeon chimney sweep." Dentist, We are authorized to announce Perapcctlve. Ky CINCINNATI. ld H Real Wlie, Louisville, voluntarily increased the 10 per cent. mlHtary. compaThe now Lexington ny will be sent to Mnyfield to protect Dob Blanks, the Negro ravisher. d urine his trial. Mis. Mary Hclntz, a crazy woman, poured coal oil on her sleepine husband nt Cincinnati and burned him so badly that he died. When Frank Martin was hiuitf at Wharton, Texas. Friday for murder, the rope cut his jugular and squirted blood nil over the crowd. George Overstreet was convicted of shooting Deputy Sheriff Logan Young In Jessamine the night before tho election and given live years. Dr. Jos. M. Matthews, of Louisville, ivn nlortPd nt Denver. Col., president of the American Medical Association, which will hold Its next annual convention at Columbus, O. George Kingston killed himself In a room In the Kutorprlse Hotel, Louisville, because of despondency over money matters. A wife and son survive him. At Wemar, Texas. Constable Lee Wall was killed by George Washington, a Negro, who tried to make his escape, but was captured. The murderer was hanged to an electric light iole wnee? of their employes er There is such a demand for llajjs that thev havejrono up over 100 lcr cotit. rinmllnv linn fixed July 11 for the execution of Thomas Uaydon iu Ohio county. J. M. Robinson. Norton fc Co., of A FAMILY JAILING. The struggle with Heredity. DR. R. 7VT. PHGLPS, Kentucky. Mi'KlniiPt 'n Stoin ri. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, The Right SideoTthe Color Line. To heredity, to the tranmitoii of may lc wmc andnena, because It l tin. train from sire to son. we owe most o( the timely and out ol acaanti. Gray lmlra are possibilities of growth ami ilciclopmciit. n crown of honor to the need, but to the If each ucwly tiorn bcluu started outniiew. joiiug they nre stlifmn. Tlierc Is uo need without the force of heredity the level to he crav in vouth. r.rnnr oomr. fr.im of life might be to be thnt of the n lUTiclcucy of the coloring matter which UlKKer Indian or Ilinhmnn. Naturally bnd uic the hair Its naturnl tint. Thli color- irnus uc'ccuu iiKcine koou. recminriiie Hit artificially of feature, cxccutricitlo ol speech and nnd U so supplied by Dr. I. C. Aycr' Hair tnauncr, birth marks, etc.. nre handed Vluor. It in by aupplyiuir the Ucklnir """-'"" uKiiKiiij, iMKmcut inai ur. .wer'n iiuir viKor tc. pliysical beauty, mathematical nbllltj', gray or original ana tne mental nnu moral qualities iu Mores Ilcyoud faded hair to Its the hair this. It general. .A curious example of this de- color. gives it glos andmakes grow, oftuess, stops scent of family trait Is furnished by Mrs. it from fatllng. removes dandruff, and MokcIc 1'lcLett. Canton. On . In v!ioe scalp. Mrs. C. M. Aytct, family crav hair was hercdltnrv. hhe cleanses theOn., writes. Mount Airy, write: "Gray hair Is hereditary In our family. "About three years ago, my head became As tongas I can recollect. mv mother's hair f till of dandruff, which caused gireal an. has been cray. About twelve years ago, tioyauce: after a time the hair began my hair began to show sigus of turning. falling out. The use of I)r. J. C. Acr' I resolved to try Ayer'a Hair Vigor, and HnirVliror stontied the hair Irom lalilu after using It only a few times mv hair out. and made the scaln clean aud health v.' was restored to Its natural color "I still j Mrs. C M. AkE, Mount Airy, Ga. use this dressing occasional! a bottle lasting me quite a while, and though over I)r. Ayer's Hair Vigor is noted ns a forty years of age, my hair retains its Is used every youthful color ami fulfucss. To all who dresslug. It chief claim to day by thou. snuds whose rest nave faded aud gray hair. I would heartily .on beautiful hslr. Send forbeautyAjcr's Dr. recommend Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor "Mrs. iutciook, a story 01 cures loin uy me Maooic Pickett, Canton. Ga. cured, l'ree. Address the J. C Aycr Co. There Is no shame in gray hair, but there Lowell. Mass. , i Stan lord, -- "A Olllro over HlgglliH exiu-ctc- Qustonville, j. t. Sutton, Undortolcer, - Kentucky i' J """ the xipli olWest l.ltirolti Ortrshtsortl-sland Cnpy coulitlrs 1'ull ttw.k of Collins and t'A'k f( slwsTiuii hand I. &. Carpenter. Manager. '' i AC.SNE. Iu IT M B M R9 SASH -- FHKSII LINK OF- - AND DOORS, STANFORD, KV. - 1 r. Dry Goods, Groceries And FIRE INSURANCE Genral Merchandise. PHKNIX Insurance Company Every Thing Way Down. OP BROOKLYN. C Ami See Me om-cre- MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. Caledonian : Insurance Co., oi) Scotland. KOUNDICD 1HOO. Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. Timothy Hay, Mixed Hay. Clover Hay., Millet Straw Feed Oat.... R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 6 Tit-Bit- KTASIOUIl, KV. pfr H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., SaW Is Receiving liif Fall And Winter Goods. 50pcrcwt Corn Chop 15 A', " " II Chicken Feed COAL. ROYAL JOEI36SON, Hall-roa- " " 40 " " Q Falls Hranch Lump Jcllico Lump Goods Warranted. per bu. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. llierbu. A.O I.AIOI1H. 10 " " Joiik II. Caiilkmak. 70 25 " " - If) Suipstutr 70 Coal, Corn And Hay, per Itu. JellicoNut " 10 " Special prices tin both feed nnd coal in per cm I large quantities. J. I H. BAUGHMAN & CO. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Sv-te- INSURANCE COMPANY 01" LIVERPOOL. FOR CASH have decided to adopt the Cah bellovlnjr It will he better for my customers as well as my-el- f, Louisvillo. Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN WiAXS. B3RBEE 5 CUSTLEim, M ANA OK Tit-Bit- s. Office oxer McRoberts' Drug Store In thelJOwsley nulldlng. ' Chide not the Joy which failed And name It sorrow; Pain leaves the heart the hope alway Of Joy Chicago Record. y, W. B. FEXTirZ HE HID SOT KXOW. The Ladies Hentmirnnt h the llnest in In the Klphtli Conre-lonOnly. Those owlnp me must come forward Kentucky, subject to the action of tho and settle or their accounts will le placed the city. Every convenience for ladies of spending the day in the city. democrutlc'party. In W. A. Trlhlile". hands for collection. Geutlenen's Cafe on olllce lioor. 21 W. A CAKsOX. Crab Orchard. al Of hon.jas.b. Mccreary dune15 Madlion Countv, a candidate for District Coii-ere- o begllililiiK Its, 4 will sell for Gash Oommerco Buildii)g, Louisvillo Agvntt Tbrou jhuilt the oulli. 77. A. TB.IBBLX, Stakfoku, - HON. G. G. GILBERT, i ron-cre- v. Of Shelby Countv. N a candidate for In the Elphth Conprtvitoiml DMrlet of Season of 1898. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Manager. Music TiiC3il.iv, Tlnir.sd.ty and Sunday - Kentucky. Co 3?l Kentucky, subject to mo iicuou party. uicuviu-ocratl- c - GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Evening. KDeutist, : Office on Lancaster street at Residence. Stanford, : Ky. J.CJtfcGJjAHY i ii I wlli to announce that tills jopular sumcandidate for lie ojx'ii for the acommotla-tlo- n In the Rlpiitlt C'oiiBielonnl mer tcior: wll' for Congress of guests. of Kentucky. nbject to the action DNtrlct of the democratic party. HON. J. B. THOMPSON, -- Farmers Bank&Trust OK Of Mercer. Is a Southern Railway THE STANIOItl). KV. 5200,000 OC 17,603 80 Paid up Capital, i?4 fes jj WAJrFrv A fl U 111 V !).. FIRE! FIRE! id 11 , CTCTIISnE Hetluued rati ilurlnir the llrt month. Tor Information In rejratd to rutiw, etc. T. H. WRIGHT. Crab Oiehanl. Kj. 1898. Surplus, SOOTH'S GBMTEST PR.NEntATKa SYSTEM. mmi' mrw ItV- ,&&& Jtf y ViV., ?JV b f . a ..",A--i Ak ESMjfJ M us UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in Mrs. Brown I insist upon knowing where you have been nil this time. Iirown (making for the door) Orri! Mrs. 13. Where are you going now ? 13. Goin' to fin' some of the boys an' ask 'em. -Pick-.Me-Up. We bare had tho mlfirtune to lop our entire addtOM Woolen Mill l'lant by tire. Wi have nude cont tracts with a lare nunilxT ofaxuit, whuh we e to 1111. and wMi to liilnrm tho public that r ItebiiildtliK our .Mill w in have In nrallnli first of Jnl, mi brinitun your iriirk t u KiiarauiiHi SSI.U.A C touhe joiisatMaclioii. Co , Ky I'hll.O .tt EIGHT GREAT STATES to, ..r.ir'-- . n -- ' tlfWld.Z&Z i A ItcflftMlnn. HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. if I IT Shopwalker We nre selling these WHAT ARE THE WILD good.s, madam, nt ridiculous prices WAVES SAYING? Customer I should say so! 1 can buy them cheaper at half a dozen places. About the SpanMi Fleet? Nit! Your Ally Sloper. walls cry "out out with most miraculous organ," though when they ate bare and An Uxpert'a Opinion. without decoration; but we enn muke Burgin 1 see the scientists claim them sneak like a master piece of fcome that strawberries are 01 per cent, water. talented nrtlht. in a story w thout vrords, Ilnlston The scientists nre away olf. by covcrlnR them with the wall art in Strawberries are 91 per cent, box bot- of tho decoratorswall tells hnmhomeartutic of the papers. Every tom. Chicago Daily News. taste of the owner. Still In Her. Miss Queak Do you think there is W. nny music in me? Professor There ought to be, miss. - Kentucky. 1 have heard none come out. Uelled. Mrs. Adella Woods In charge He Would you get angry if I were to slip my arm around you? Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit t Frank J. Keod, G. l A. , Chicago. She You just try It once and see. Hustonville. Ky. E. II. B aeon, D. V. A , lA)uUvllle. Ky Chicago Dally News. TAKE THE Journal. Plulil OliMt-- r utloiiH, &C. "You're cut ting a pretty wide swath," said the Hake. "Yes," responded the Scythe, with a sigh, "but it goes against the graiu." Brooklyn Life. N. V. As down the bannisters of life, Through summers and through winters, Man slides with great rapidity, lie finds they're full of splinters. mrZT fTfCi?9 '" A lioue and lot lu Morelanil Station, the main building (o by !'. twostoiles hl(,'h. up- per htory fitted up for duelling, hultablo for small family and a side bulltllng 11 by fiO. corn crll)- -. ware room ami halt shed, well arranged for a general tore, lint u been -- ellIiir from 513.000 to $20,000 worth of goods annually, hollered for sale. Store Room.& Goods for sale:. Kentucky, Tennessee. Virginia Georgia. North and South t'aroiliia, Alabama, MIhaUIjipI Br prnTlloii of It charter, delators are a In National llanka, fully proteetril areih hrhl IndiTnltiallr liuhle to Its aliurvlioliler llieextrlit of (lie aiiuiuntof tliflr stink thertln at the par Tnluptlicrmf, tnaililltlon to thuainount It inn y ait n vxttritt'ir, ail In such sham lulntstiator, truttt-e- , Ac , as fully as an Individual. Tcnilvrliih'oiir thatilsto tluisit who have entrust. e.1 thvlr luisliifss to us, i trust the? will routlrue to do so, ami weotlir as aisnarantit'for prompt at d Icntlon to sam our '."O years' ixrlrute In as nigral aecuiiimlationa t.aie ruiisiitcnt 1. n g. nlth sound la liank-Inlan11 1 IllRICTOKf, Through Sleeping Cars ' Between Louisville lino the South. ' Williams. Ml Vernon; W. II Cummins, I'reaehenTllle; OwsIey.br., J. II Owsley, J. S S. II. Shanks, William Uuoeh, J 1" CasL h J. Lmbry, K. I.win. A W Carjnter; J J.J. J. N three: daily trains Caeh way between Louisville and Lexington W A. TL'KIC, C. P A.. Washington. I). C. W. 11. TAVLOE, A. G P. A. Louisville, Ky orriCKKS S. II. Shanks. President, J. II Owsley Cashier; W. M Bright Filer PRICE, 81,200? -- S----O t at (lulte Ridiculous. ANo a good stock of goods at prime rost. Until the Imuiu ami goods nre -- old lu a hulk. I will sell goods for eiish at alwut cost. The house will bo rented after tho 13th of July and tho goods sold at auction, of price 11. n. KINO, Morelaud Station. Kv. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 MONON. Jones, TINNING J. "T. & BIG 4 ItOUTL. The Ilt-c-t STANFORD, TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. PLUMBING, CHICAGO. KY., 'White Cltr Special." I.lnotoanJ Frnui chof-de-ouvr- The Popular Route to Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's Muck Diamond Itoof i'uint. Telephone No. Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. 20, residence. 21-- tf II. Baughman & Co.'s Mill ST. LOUIS. ATolclIng the flout Terminal Station. BOSTON. Tunnel C HICiGO W. WITHERS, Tit-Bit- s. Stanford. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, I'ror.. Wagner Meeplng;Cari. posit Hank ol Stanford lu Itsol, then reorganized m the National Bank ofStanlord In I8ia andagain reorganized as tho First National Bank of Stanford In iM'i, has hud practically an Uninterrupted years. It Is better supplied now wit, lacllltles for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tinna aLd Individuals solicited. exist-enc-f3-- Attention ol the public la railed to the- fact that this Is the only National Bank lu Stanford. Un dir tho pniTlslons ol the National Bank Act depositors areserurcl not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for rn amount equal tn the stock so that deHltorsof this Instltu. Fire sorn tion are secured by a fund ol statements ol tho condition ol the Hank aromade each yeai (o the United States (lOternnientand IU asseta are examined at stated times by KOTernmelit agents, thus aocurlng additional and irleil aalet; to (leiM)iltors. 'lids Institution originally established as the ! Lancaster, t 1 Kentucky. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters table. Everything 69 meet all trains.! first-clas- s. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. ltayden, Stanford S. II. llaughmau, " Bullet Parlor Cars, Wajjnrr Sleeping Cara. I'rUat S. T. Harris, " ' Compartment Can, Kltant Cuacli and Din J. S. HiKker, " T.r. Hill. " W. A. Trlhble, V. P. Walton " lng uara. Orcb'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J.Il.Colller.Crab M, D.KImoro, btanford. Be aura your tickets reaj via "BIO FOUR " orrtCERS. , WAllKF.NlJ. LYNCH E.O. McCOKMICK, J. 9. Bocker, Preldent: J. J. McRobcrts Cshl Traffic Mur Oen. PaJ.ATWU A. A McKlnuey, Ao'lstintCashler. . CINCINNATi:01IIO. NEW YORK. DIRECTORS. A.