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MATRIMONIAL NO. 28 MATTERS. PlIiTKAMAUOA. Jtinu .1. wrote my flrt loiter from tlih plucu I know l)iit very little about Camp Thom as and mi re unough camp life. The Kentucky boys only had to lay out on the pound one night. Touts wore pitched and the quota was felx men to a tent burden arms and other inUcellan-- ; eoufl articles, which made the boye uncomfortably bltuated; but Saturday "doe touts" or, shelter tents wore two to the tent. Each soldier gets a half of one of the-- o small tents and carries It when on the march. Of courite each man has a "buddy" and If u rain comes up they fiutton their "halves" and pitch their tent. The camps here remind one of a small city having narrow streets and broad ave. nucs. At night candles are supplied at each tent, which lights up both tent and street. The boys go bathing in Chlckumauga Klver, which Is from four to six feet in depth. Hard tack and bacon have been going pretty hard with us, but better fare U In store, so I learn. Hakers bread and beef will take the place of hard tack and bacon for breakfast. We also have potatoes and bcann and Saturday night we had ed. B. F. Robinson has bought between 1,500 and 2,000 Inmbs in this county at WllOtJ I prices ranging from :j to $.140 each. 1 tomatoes. The V. M. C. A. Tent furnishes us with stationery and all the literature wo desire, both religious and political. All the leading magazines and dally pajHirs are found here. The second regiment Is equipped now with the exception of guns. We hope to go to the Philippines, but at this writing somewhere In the West Indies seem to be our destination. I have not had tho chance to see any of the big guns yet, such as Hreoklnrldge, Gtantand Llrooks; but isn't the Hot two names familiar? Sham battles are everyday occurrences. Company II. has been doing some "scouting." The :ird Keutucky arrived In camp Thursday last -- one Lincoln county boy, S. M. Camden, of Mllledgeville, Is in the Hartford Company. I guess tho 1. J. readers have read of the Negro Kuby scrap, but I will mention It. Kuby Is an English born Negro and belongs to the 1st Maine and I believe he is a corporal. He ran the picket lines of tho 2d Kentucky, drew his gun and Used harsh language on one of our guards. He attempted to repeat this act and he came near losing his neck. Extra guards were put on and general hades reigned for something like half an hour. One Kentuck-- I in, over ready to uphold his State, was bmh up a tree with rope In hand and It was only with great begging and proms ises that a lynching was averted. on both sides were of high rank mixed up In tho trouole. I understand onu of the Malnu otllcers used very bad language to Col. Galther. v Tho Arkausas and .Missouri boys, who are our bust friends, have only one thing against us, and that Is, that we did not swing the Negro. You could hear the boys from the two States shouting: "What's the matter with tho 2d Ky;" and thou, "She's all right." And then our boys would throw bouquets at the Missouri aud Ar-- 5 kansas bovs. Claicknci: Colkmax. Oftl-cer- CHURCH CHATTER. Tho College of tho Hlble graduated preaches this session. Hid. Ford, of Lexington, will preach at Saulloy church Saturday night. Sunday aud Sunday night. Sam Jones Is billed to appear at Morgantown July 1, Tho cltlxens aro converting a tobacco warehouse Into nu auditorium. It will seat 2,000. Tho Baptist Recorder says: Various explanations are olTcred In Methodist papers for the fact that the gain in membership of tho M. K. Church In tho United States lastyoar was only ll,7;t$. Tho yearly average for nine years previous was 32,551. Thai is a fearful drop in one year. Has Methodism nearlv run its course in this country? Tho statement is made that the Methodists gave Col. Stahimaii, a Nashville L. it N. attorney, $100,800 to lobby the bill through Congress to pay tho church about three times that amouut for the destruction of Its buildings at Nashville during the war. If this bo true tho whole thing was highway robbery. Methodist Tho New Broadway church, Louisville, which cost complete was dedicated Sunday, and at tho forenoon and evening services tho $2:1,000 still due on tho building and Its equipments was quickly raised by subscription, tho handsome cdlflce being thus set apart to the glorification of God free from debt. Row George W. Krlggs, of Owensboro, preached the 'J-'l sermon In lieu of a sermon at tho Cemeut-vllle- , Ind., Baptist church Sunday night, tho lovo letters of tho pastor, Rev. Sam Giles, who eloped with tho wife of one of blBllook, wero read by the Injured husband. Afterwards tho meeting resolved Itself Into a love feast und passed resolutions congratulating tho church on getting rid of such a pastor and the husband on gettlug rid of such a wife. fur beyond Commissioner Moore's estimate of 101. Some farmers are com plaining of short heads, but In general the crop is unusually good and If $1 per bushel can bo realized for it. Gar rard will never have seen a more prosperous year. Mr. John L. Arnold, one of Gar rard's oldest and most respected citizens, parsed away at his home in Lancaster Wednesday ufternoou. His remains were interred in tho Lauenster Cemetery Thursday afternoon after funeral services by Rev. Geo. Gowen. MISS imiKI, CLARK TltAYLOK. Mr. Arnold was a brother of Messrs. Mr- -. Clare Doty Tray lor has receivJoe and Thompson Arnold and father-in-la- w ed the following letter from George S. of. State Senator Geo. T. Farris. Bryant, president of Woodland College, He was a Confederate veteran. Independence. Mo . under date of June tUh: MUs Ethel has been a model puMrs. J. B. Robinson, of Chattanooga, has Joined her husband, who is buying pil, but more than that, she has been a cavalry horses Jn this county. R. L. model young lady, a christian daughDavidson has returned from'a term In ter. From the day of her entrance she a Michigan law school. Mr. A. G. has not forgotten her highest self, and Hullman and family. Miss Isabella I would say that she has constnnly carBailey, Dr. A. S. Price and others, of ried her mother In her heart. I do not btanrord, attended the Faulconer Ma- have opportunity to write many notes There Is generally some son wedding Wednesday evening. Mr. of this kind Win. Owsley, of Burksville. Is visiting little thing thnt takes the llavor out of Mrs. K. L. Owsley. Misses Marianne them, but Ethel has been so straightWllmore and Mary Welch, of Nichol-asvlll- forward, that 1 thought she deserved to are visiting Mrs. J. E. Stormes. meet this kind of a note from mo on arrival home. I hope she may alOn Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock her ways be able to meet your highest anat tho Christian church, Mr. S. Cubbell has a future In her Denny, teller of the National Bank of ticipations. Ethel advise her to cultivate Lancaster, and son of Mr. Alex R. pen. I would I think by cultivation, she would Denny, president of that Institution, It. conultimately Und herself a was married to Miss Ada Farra, only s periodicals. tributor to daughter of Mrs. Fannie Farra. The Miss Traylor Is as pretty as she Is ceremony wu performed by the Rev. very flutterII. N. Faulconer. The bride was array- talented as the above not Indicates. She returned ing picture ed in a light gray, tailor-mad- e suit, night, a graduate. gloves to match, blue hat and car- home Wednesday with ried bride's roses. The bridesmaids McKINNEY, were Misses Lettlo Brown, dark gray, tailor-madA report reached here Wednesday dress, black braid trimming, purple hat and bride's roses; Miss that one Negro was killed by another Mattle Elkin, green tailor-maddress, at Klngsvllle Tuesday night, but parwhite hat with green trimmings, pink ticulars can not be had. roses. Messrs. Hugh Logan and John Will Webb, who was killed while Lear were groomsmen and nlso ushers. attempting to couple a local freight Mtss May Hughes presided at the or- train at Danville Tuesday, was a citiof gan. Immediately after the ceremony zen of Klngsvllle and a Mr. and Mrs. Denny left for a tour of Howard Sweeney. Mr. French Marlo.v and Miss Bettle the Eastern cities. On Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock Upthegrovo were married at the home at the Presbyterian church, Miss Mar- of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary Wilgaret, the beautiful 1(5 year old daugh- son, at South Fork, Wednesday, Rbv. ter of Clerk W. K. Mason, John Long otlieiating. and Rev. II. N. Faulconer, pastor of "Chlldrens' Day" was observed at the Presbyterian church, were mar- the Christian chnrch at Turnersvllle ried. AtS o'clock tho doors of the Sunday morning. A large crowd was church, which was beautifully decora- present and, seemingly enjoyed the was ted for the occasion, with palms, Miles exerclsos llnely. For missions and evergreens, were thrown open and raised J7.07. which Is the smallest sum the host of friends of the contracting ever taken up there on a similar occasparties, from this and adjoining coun- ion. Rev. Mr. Morgan, Methodist, of Som ties, jxiured-int- o tho church. No written Invitations were issued: nil friends erset, preached here Sunday morning were invited, and the church was tilled, and night. Rev. T. II. Coleman will to overllowing. The ceremony was oroach at the Bantlst church next Sat performed by Rev. Dr. McKee. of Dan- urday and Sunday. It is said that ville. The brldo wore u white organdie "Chlldrens' Dav" will be observed at dross, with real lace and satin ribbon New Salem church next Sunday morn trimmings, and carried a huge bouquet Ing. Pastor Coleman will preach of white carnations and lilies of the there In the afternoon. Miss Salllo Duddcrar aud Mrs. II. D. valley, aud It is safe to say no more MeCluro. of Stanford, were the guests lovely bride was ever seen in Lancaster. The bridesmaids wore i.Miss Bol- - of MlssAuulo Taylor Tuesday night. tyo .Johnson, of Henderson, Miss Anne MUs Bessie Fogle, of Mlddleburg, Is ! rands, of Lancaster, Miss Pearl Paul- - spending a few days with MI&s Cary couer, of Danville. Miss Lyne Letcher, ColYev. Jake Humnielstoin spent Sun of Henderson, was maid of honor. day In Cincinnati. Will Montgomery, Lach of tho bridesmaids and maid of Jr., after speiulng a few days with the honor woro white organdies, with lace soldier boys at Chickamauga, tired of and satin ribbon trimmings, and car army llfo aud returned homo last week. Tho L. O. T. M. supper Tuesday ried bouquets of pink carnations. night was an all around success. Not Misses Katie Loo Denny and Kitty Mason were tho ribbon girls. Thov withstanding the date was hemmed in both wore white organdies with pink by appointments of a religious und lit ribbons. Little Misses Suo Shelby aud erary nature lu neighboring towns, the Edna Mason, sl&tors of tho bride, were crowd was largo and lu a mot happy tho llovver girls and woro pink organ mood. The siipoer wus all tnat couiu dies and carried carnations. The be desired in Its course and was thor groomsmen were Dr. J. B. RoBards, of oughly enjoyed. The writer acknowl edges the receipt of a well laden wait McMnnoy, who was best man, Mr. Is of Ohio, Horace Hcrndon er of tho delicacies, for which he ladles In charge. and Letcher Owsley, of Lancaster. Tho truly grateful to tho Mrs. Anuo Duddcrar and Miss Anna ushers wero Pleasant Faulconer, of Taylor ure visiting on Dlx River. Danville, Herbert Kinnnlrd, Sautlcy Hughes and Owens Shugars. of Lan Messrs. E. E. Owens, Walker Hunn caster. Immediately after the cere und Jim Clureston accompanied by mony tlio happy couple loft for a trip Misses Durham. Walls and Uunn came to Chickamauga Park. They will down from Junction City anil partook have rooms at Dr. II. M. Grant's and il the "Leave Out The Men'- supper will be tit home to their friends after Tuesday ulght. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ware went to Georgetown Tuesday to Saturday. witness tho graduating exercises of When Eugene Smith, of Fayette vllle, their daughter, Miss Genlu. and others O., returned homo unexpectedly at which occurred there Wednesday. Dr. night ho found a former friend in a J. B. RoBards aud Wado Kennedy compromising position with his, wont to Lancaster Wednesday aftor-noo- n Smith's, wife. Instead of using his gun to bo present at tho marriage of Smith bade hla wife udleu, told the Rev. II. N. Faulconer to Miss Margaret Mason. of his happiness to take the u for good und all, und then loft tho Sampson won't Dewey thing but bceno. Tho next morniug his body was Schley that Spanish Admiral, if be found not lur from the houso with a should Ilavanu success in his efforts to bullet In his bruin. ilnd him. Wo Don think that fellow is A Henderson man bus been awarded Cervera wurm, nnyway. Big Sandy a contract to build a handsome court- News. house at Monticollo. It will take about More than 1,000,000 cat's skins are live months to complete tho work. used every year In the fur trade. e, well-paid first-clase e son-in-lail They are unusually good, averaging from so to WJ lbs. H0 fri driving them to Danville aud shipping to Cincinnati via the Southern R. R. The wheat crop in this county was never better and It is thought will go Frank Casey, a youth of 20, and Mrs. Maria Timber-lake- , u widow of 2j, were married at Owensboro. Fred Marlow, a widower of 31, and Miss Buttle McPhei-son- , 21, were married at Mrs. Mary WlNon's on the Sth. Mrs. Eliza Withers, of LaPorte, Ind., is lu jail charged with destroying her husband's sight by throwing pepper in his eyes a Paris Vaught. aged 21, and Miss Matilda Moore. 10, both of the West End, were married at Jell Carson's Wednesday. R. II. Hasty, of Plaintleld, III., deserted his wife because she spent too much of her time at sewing societies and neglected home. Wilbur R. Matthews, of New York, and Miss Currie Duke, the talented daughter of Gen. Basil Duke, were married Tuesday in Louisville. A Topeka lady engages a lawyer by the year, and pays him a stated sum for attending to all her legal work. During the last seven years he has secured live divorces for her. Mrs. James Hughes has (lied suit against her mother-in-law- , Mrs. Sallle Hughes, of English, Ind.. for 610,000 for alienating the affections of her husband, while he was on his deathbed. A Chicago debating society recently discussed this question: "When Is the happiest day of a man's life, the duy he Is married or the day he Is divorced?" It was decided that more real joy tilled his soul the day of his divorce. George Vanderbllt, who was married in Paris a few days ago, insured his life for $1,000,000 for the benefit of his bride before he left New York. The policy was written by a single company and the annual premium is $:J5,000. The engagement of Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris to Gen. Henry Kyd Douglass, of Maryland, Is announced. The general Is the last surviving member of Stonewall Jackson's staff, and is one of the noted military men of the last wur. Before Nellie Grant married Algernon Sartoris, Gen. Douglass 7m-ni- 25,000 SOLDIERS We ordo'"d o Cuba at Once. Tire hurprise. How happy feee ! chlpy the-- e me elegant line ol s'yi Spindrnn will give the Spaniards a soldiers would he if they could CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS AND SHOES Especin.ly our ilO Suits, and have tluir SPITS CLEANED nnd PRESSED before going into action. 1 All good Guaranteed to keep fine: their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons coming otfor misflts. neckwear.k-DANVIUE, KY. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. I Jiglptly Jtfade Slpoes Ought to cost no more than wrongly made shoes. It is partly getting the They don't here. ,'X' M I I I : The Right Foot In The Right Shoe. 1 1--i fl v And partly linving the right shoe. When we buy shoes we use all our senses. We buy as well as we know how. We buy makes whose ma- krs stand by their work. We are always desirous of pleasing our customers and believe we can plea.e you. Let us try. We carry Hats, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, Trunks and Valises. fJ ." 'M '$!. CA LOW JELL & LAIM!ERf The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, taS S. WTlxy A. A. N IIus constantly on hand every thing to make your houses clean and beautiful. 000 to Xot E. GIBBONS Make our homes cheerful ? 40,- - 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, The finest and cheapest you have ever seen. Window Shades, Picture Frames and a large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine before buying. her udmirer. Dr. R. L. Davison, private secretary to his brother, Congressman Davison, and Miss Annie Straub, the handsome und accomplished daughter of Mt. Peter Straub, Sr., were married at The Glyndon, Richmond, at ti p. M. Wednesday, by Rev. G. W. Young, and left at 4 A. M. yesterday for Washington. There was no reason for secrecy or for marriage out of Stanford that we are uware of, except the preference of the two most interested. They drove over to Lancaster Wednesday and took the train there. The bride Is a very lovely was EI. W. MAY. Clf.uk. GIBBONS, Dainville, Telephone No. 124. No. 30G Main Street. No More , Book-Keepin- g. busl-iie?- Being fully convinced that tho day has parsed when a man can make a success lu we will, beginning on the Credit elopement occurred at Lexington Wednesday. Ben Way and Ben Armstrong, of Louisville, went to Richmond Sunday to visit Misses Grace and Ruth Taylor, daughters of John Taylor. Tuesday they decided to elope, but were captured by officers as they were going on a train from to Lexington, on u dispatch from the girls' father. They were held at the station house till his arrival, whon after a long consultation, one of the men suggested that Mr. Taylor take his daughters homo and that they would then come und marry them. To this Mr. Taylor objected, saying that the matter had gone fur enough and that ho thought best that they bo married at once. It was was then ugreed that the ceremony be performed and the two couples made one. Accordingly at 2 a. M. Wednesday the licenses were procured, when Armstrong said to Way, "You many first und I'l' folNlch-olasvil- le young lady and a vocalist of considerable local note. The groom Is n most deserving young mun and has shown We luvo a well selected Stock of General Merchandise and Cash Buyers will find It to himself capable of lighting the battles their interest to Inspect our stock and get prices. of life successfully. They will doubt- Thanking the public for the liberal share of patronage lu the past we hope to have a libless be very huppy and their friends eral share In the future. Respectfully, wish them long Ufa and prosperity. A sensationul. episode In a. double Crab Orchard, Ky. Wednesday, June 15, 1898, Sell Goods For CASH ONLY. W. 'Ml J r i B. PERKINS, "-i- n) i I 1 1' KEEP COOL I C4 This a hard thins to do These Hot Days, Hut you can be comfortable and cost you but little. !' 1 : - low." Way und Miss Grace were accordingly united, but when Armstrong's time came he tore the license up as he blew tho bits from his extended hands beforo the father of tho Intended bride, coldly remarking: "I will be just as kind as you have been. You gavo mo your daughter; I will give her back to you." Taylor insisted, but Armstrong was obdurate and left tho party. Two hours later Way left his brldo of two hours nt the Phoenix aud took a "night hawk" for the Q. & C. depot, saying to Capt. Wllker-soand Ollicer Hauely that ho was going to leave the country. Mr. Taylor returned to Richmond with his two i I II tir Linen Suits At $2.50 To $4. Luster Coats at ?1.50. Magnificent line of .' Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. Straw Hats from 2.1c to f2. Look at them i H. J. McROBERTS. n daughters Wednesday. Mr. James Glvens, half brotherof John Givena Cruddock, editor of of Paris, died Tho Kentucklan-CItlzen- , at the asylum, aged 81. He wus former ly a merchant banker ut Paris. His only child, a young woman of fine musical attainments, was killed by being thrown from a horse. This, with reverses of fortune, caused Mr. Glvons to lose his mind. Lexington Leader. Brack Small was killed by lightning ncur Bardwoll. His son, who wns under the treu with him, was not injured. Col. RUBBER Furnished on TIRES Now or Old Vehicles. or wo-ma- There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAKEN A SON. ,i. ,'! jfflai r jpr i Tiwi ultoiiHl iTrtgfr iiVn .'oU.-eW'- 'f 4 11. ,fc.i- - - ,"&. - .. f? ' i "3T- - ..... ....I.. .j. ltl I. fc id it ri W 11 Lit rfr NoT 8lnce Dowey'8 tamo" victory at The First Regiment, Kentucky VolUNO AND STOCK, Mnni,a lat has there been a week unteer?, which is composed in tho Tho Richmond climax reports sales so full of pood results aa thi9. Samp- - main of the Louisville Legion,' left . of 1,000 sheep at 3c. son's bombardment at Santiago Mon- Camp Bradley for Chickaraauga at Stanford, Ky., June io, 1S9S day demolished most of the outer forts, 4 o'clock yesterday, and Lexington A number of mules sold nt Paris Killing many of the Spanish officers is now deserted, so far as soldiers aro Monday at $73 to 3100. Charlie Dawes bought of Mrs. Marand men. A landing place was seem-c- d concerned. W. P. WALTON. tha Martin n bunch of shoats nt 3c. nnd this guarded by an Intrenched All of us join tho Louisville Times Albert B. Florence bought of Dr. force of Americans and insurgents will in propounding this interrogatory: needs coaxing, not crowding. Dr. Ayer'rf Pills stand withC. A. Cox his hoi'su iinil hmu'V fnr out a rival as a reliable medicine for liver complaint. They The Stanford Ixtekior Journal, give an easy passage for land forces to Can't Uncle Sam induce Gov. Gen. $1.10. which Is supporting Mr. McCreary In attack the city, which will be taken urauiey and his beery and gorgeous euro constipation, nnd they euro its consequences, piles, Dan Holdatn sold to J. T. Terry, of a his race for the congressional nomina- easily. A lleet of transports loaded staff of colonels to proceed from biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, nausea, coated tongue, Livingston, a bunch of butcher cuttle with 20.000 men left Tampa Wednesto Havana and end the war tion, says that Mr. McCreary did not foul breath, bad taste, palpitation, nervousness, irritaat .'lie. bility, nnd many other maladies that have their root in want a primary. At the Lawrcnceburg day. It will take several days to mako before it is fairly begun? Thomas Bakor bought in Bovlo and Tho Spanish cruiser Reltia Mercedes, meeting last week Mr. McCreary's five tho trip, and when it Is made great reconstipation. They are a specific for all diseases of tho Washington counties a bunch of calvis friends on the committee voted for a sults are sure to follow. Both Samp which was sunk, was an unarmorcd stomach and bowels, and keep tho body in a condition of steel cruiser of 3,000 tons utSUtoSll. sound health. primary and the live ngainst hlra voted son ana beiiley think the end Is near single-screI.' .... n. tl jjuiiiivv sum ... .irs. .Miuillt-Jones- , n. 1. ..!... ...I.I 10 .. for a convention. Actions speak louder at hand and that Cervera will surren- displacement. Her normal armament "I have wed Ayer'n Pills for tho mt thirty years and of Boyle, an harness der his fleet when he sees It Is Impossl- - consisted of six Hontorla gun-.- , than words. Courier-Journaconsider them an invaluable family medicine. I kmw of no h rifles and two Macblu mare for $lo0. The Interior Journal always tries ble, on account of the Merrlmac. to two better remedy for liver trouble, and have alwavH found A government contractor bought Is them a prompt euro for dyspepsia." Jaudj QflXN, i0 Middle machine guns. She carried five torpedo to be sure of what It affirms, and in make his escape. Two of Spain's Hue mulos at Bowling Grueu at an avStreet, Hartlord, Conn. tubes and a complement of ."IT."! men. case It feels doubly so. When sels. the Rolna Mercedes and the erage of $11.. A letter from Havana, dated May 211, McCreary made his opening for, have been sunk this week, with After the rain Monday laborers in speech here in April he said to us in much loss of life. When the American anu smuggled out on a Uerman wartroops landed at Diagulrl. East of ship, says that food was very scarce Montgomery county were paid $4 per response to a question that the manner, of choosing a candidate for Congrsss Aguadores, the Spanish made resist1 and high at that time, with only about day for retting out tobacco plants. J. C. Lynn sold to It L. Hubble the 10 days' supply ahead. There is great was immaterial to him, since he ance but were driven back, the jack he bought of C. II. Singleton last he could win the nomination gents aiding the Americans in their disappointment over the failure of the no matter how it was fixed. It howev-- ! effort. There are said to be only 4,500 Spanish fleet to appear and raise the week for $1(10: making 510 on the trade. O. P. Huffn.an bought of W. P. Tate or got out over the district that he apanisn troops at bantlago, while Geu. blockade, as Blanco had repeated! v and O. J. Newland some butcher stuff is near at hand with 2,000 men, promised. wanted a primary and although he told Garcia While three American cruisers on at 3 to 3Jc and of Carter iS: Straub a lot his friends of the committee the morn-- 1 well armed and equipped, to give the ing of the meeting at Lawrenceburg Americans substantial aid. It was ru Tuesday sent a steady rain of shot and of hogs at 31c. The firm of Baker A: Gentry, who that he preferred mass conventions be- mored at Hong Kong that the insur- shell on the fortifications ntCalmanera, cause a primary would be too expen- gents had captured Manila and while on Guuntanamo bay, a few miles east have been racing for years, will sell sive and require two canvasses, they it Is not confirmed every thing points of Santiago, two gunboats cut me their horses nt Chicago next week ncd determined to make a test question of to an early capture of that city. Ev French cable, thus shutting off comunt- - quit the business. Everlastingly giving the it and show that his strength was equal ery thing seems to be working togeth- cation from all points on the Uland of Thc wool season in Kentucky has to the combined strength of tho oth- er for good now and all that seems nec Cuba west of Calmanera save by way just closed and the farmers received a er candidates by voting for a primary, essary to end the war in a few days is of the Kev West cable, where the higher price for their stock than they as otherwise it would not be made man- to crowd the Spanish to the wall at United States exercises censorship- have since 1S1KI, 20 cents per pound beifest. They knew exactly what the re both places and show them how utter- Thus are Blanco and Cervera shut off ing a low estimate for tho average price. sult would be before they did so. Gov. ly futile it is to fight against fate and from all communication with Spain. The Incomparable advantage, of our big store, botli as Muny farmers e disturbed about McCreary also told the five committee the praudest nation on earth. to price and for accommo-dntion- s Cushing's memorable feat in blowing and honest treatment, are fco plain, o InJlsputnUc that men that while the Shackelford vote customer up the Confederate ram Albemarle is the wheat. They say the chin bug is are as tiever before. We intend ginnij a taken as a basis, Instead of the Bryan, I Why. of course, now that a conven- - overmatched by Hobson'sact, forCush- - becoming serious. Others, however Deen ordered, .Mr. McCreary would give him a vote and lose the ing's men crept up Albemarle sound nt think the Insect is what is known as - di(1 not as thc Stanford JOURNAL, iner end six, he did not want to cut a sinmidnight and fell upon an unsuspecting the midge. The midge Is harmless gle county out of a rightful vote. We , forms us want a Primary. With that foe. Hobson took his ship over 300 feet Advocate. Judge Green, after convening court get this information straight and thesmooth philosopher whatever is is long into the very focus of tho battery, Courier-Journwill please make due'ri?bt' even if it is all wrong. Louis-note with the enemy at the guns, and blew and Impaneling a juryut Wllllamstown, I vu,e Times. The author of this silly of it. up. Discovery at the end of his announced to the Jurors, most of whom And thereby have the price as a di awing carl a, before Think of it. wt- - have about squib does himself no credit bv such a her aro farmers, that if a tobacco season twice the Mock of Indie's drco of any other houc. at price from !0c to f 4 GO AFTER he had gone to Owensboro to publication. More than two months iournev was inevitable and death was camu w,llle they wore on duty they ach. wi immense stocK 01 drcs goods to be unleaded at once can almost certain. No name therefore begin work, Hon. John H. Wilson was ag0) Gov. McCreary said he was d Mirhtii' on ivnr' tcmtlla of WOUid be eXCUsCd. that his appointment ns assls- - ferent as to the manner of selecting a lw The Richmond itegl ter says thero tant district attorney had been rcvok- - candidate, confident that with thej fame than Hobson's. Since landing at Cavlte two weeks were only about 100 cattle on the court ed. It seems that it was made at the wopm thfl ,,G,h. ,hG lln,.n nn(1 ... . h(t with day market nnd so high wore they that suggestion of Senator Deboe by the devilish Times against him he can win. ago, under pledge to Admiral Dewey, Gen. Agulnaldo, the but few changed hands. Thc price assistant attorney general under a mis- ranged ;! to He. Mules Summer rVrsclx at 25c eacli apprehension of the situation. The The Louisville Legion, which was Insurgent leader, has gathered a force from S5Ufrom JSi. A few ping brought to Ladies' CKhlood, Tan and Ulack Ilelti at 10c, lfie, ulc. horse of 3,000 men armed with Manser rifles, president had promised Congressman the cracic roglment of the State, and lino Jewel IJoIt9 at 2c each, worth 60c. and has made him-e- lf master of Cavito wore sold at from 500 to elK). Pugh to give him a hearing for his tho best equipped, was the last of the "Wheat has improved over the exLadle's Collars in all tho latest style nt 10c oaeh. man, Wilholte, before making the ap , 12o,000 soldiers to be mustered in under province, capturing l.flOO Spanish prisThe Intc-- t string and pulT tie for S5c eaok. oners, 2.000 magazine rifles and ix field cellent condition shown May 1, and polntment, and on Pugh s calling his tho first call for volunteers. The now shows an average condition for Ladle's Wenched Cotton Knit Shirts nt lOo onoh, r for Sfeo. attention to it, the president had the ' Courier-Journand Times continue to guns. His next move will probably be tho State of 101, a gain of three points Udios' Fine Jersey Kibbed Vost, with Mlk yoke trimmed wltk snUn appointment revoked. Deboe is mad abuse somebody for causing the shame-a- s ngainst Manila, which he is at present at 25c a wet hen, but he can only gnash his ful delay, but do not specify. Locate as closely Investing on land ns Admiral nrin .My. un .nine l, I5U7, the con- oaoh, worth 60c everywhere. dltlon was 13. and June 1. 1500, the Corset Cover nt 16c and i'63 each. ' teeth in impotent fury. the responsibility and let us all berate Dewey Is doing by sea. J. he food sup oiidUlon wn-- . 1." says State Commits- A full line of no v ply of Manila has been entirely shut him or them. The returns from the Oregon elec oil. Thc Spaniard.-- attacked the reb loner Moore. The Louisville Dispatch got away els' entrenched position at Seapoto tion are not very gratifying to demoMT. VERNON, crats. McKinley's plurality there in with the other dailies, not using its Monday, May 30. After 10 hours of 1S90 was 2,117 and Palmer's vote 077. service in the matter of the bombardfighting the Spaniards were severe Rain is badly needed in this suction. The republican State ticket Monday ment of the. forts at Santiago Monday. forced to retire with heavy losses. Five The Pennington Hotel did a flourishc have the best Indie' , i,,er f r 5V that wn. over was elected by over 10,000 and in the Its Tuesday's edition gave the leading hundred were killed and wounded. put on the market for that . ing businoss during court. pn-cc have the of the engagement, 24 hours wo congressional districts, which gave points bet Cbihl.-n- ', and M we Slipper at the price, we quote von The bombardment of Santiago Mon Dro. Wallace, of Lexington, preach It will pay j.in well to examine ...ir Uoj's and Men CL.tlimg republican pluralities of G2 and 37S in ahead of some of its belatedcontompo-1896- , day, was for tho purpose of destroying Mock before 'you ed at the Christian church Sunday. buy. It i? ,i im The Dispatch's dispatch boat the new embankments. Four warship-- , this time give 1.100 and 5,000 ' Messrs. Geo. Cook, Tobe Lair and spectively. The Legislature was 3G dispatches Its dispatches with dispatch, under Commodore Schley, attacked :, republican on joint ballot, the republl- new earthworks to the west of the Wm. Dilliou attendod the Langford the cans gain four in Monday's election.!' The Mt. Sterling Estrella and Catallna batteries, while trial. ,. it. The ladies of the Baptist Aid SociehnfH' will c:nfl,n,. ,n zette has fallen by the wavside. Bro. five wnrships, under Rear Admiral Wood finds that a Issue Sampson, ty presented a beautiful qnllt to their fill a vacancy, the governor's appointee, attacked the now earthworks H. W. Corbett, having been refused a didn't pay and has returned to the old to tho east of Morro castle and silenced pastor, Eld. Carmichal. A 150 dozen Men's and Hat- - to be sold nt n 4ncritlce. all shaHs and weekly business. Perhaps he dUl not Have you seen "Ju-- t Sixteen," a new styles nie in this lot. seat. thorn. El Morro was damaged despite try it long enough to tell. song just published by a ladv here? It Admiral Sampson's orders not to tire Show your pitriutimn by buying your Down in Georgia the democratic at it because of the danger of killing bids fair to rival that very beautiful primary settles it like it used to here CAN THIS BE TRUE? Lieut. Hob-o- n and his crew. The Vix- -' song, "Sweet Marie. ' en and Suwanee went far in and ail- and like it ought to now and would if Miss Ida May Adams has returned KOUIt SPANISH WAR.SHII'5 SAID TO democrats nauu t gone ovor HAVE KCN THE HAVANA HLOCKADE. fort was silenced early, being set on j from Caldwell Collego, Danville. She to the eneny. The cracker State held fire. Cavo battery was silenced and will represent Mt. Vurnon in the eon- Key West. Juno 9. It is reportu primary Monday and nominated a of us earthworks above It shelled. Fire In test at Stanford on June 17th. ntim-froed that three Spanish warships the Catallna fort silenced the guuoi ber of her friends, will ticket headed by Allen D. Chandler for attend forced the Havana blockade and it there. Not an American ship was ingovernor. Congressmen were also jured, not a man killed and only one Sere. Is credited by some naval ofliers. A nominated. Of the 11, eight had no opwounded. The American ships did not The Ladies' Aid Socloty of tho Chris-- 1 government tug three nights ago position for The contests penetrate to tho harbor, and Admiral Man church sold u beautiful oruay sighted four mysterious vessels, SO Sampson did not blow up the Merrlmac, in the 5th, 7th nnd 9th districts resultquilt at the court-hous- e Monday. Mr. T. I). KAXKY, Manager. . as reported miles West and headed for Havana. ed in favor of the encumbents in each Bennett Joplin, the accommodating OlHcers on the tug are confident case. They manage such things better BRIEF NEYS NOTATION, auctioneer, conducted tho sale. Judges Ilranch MoroM at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown Lawrencehurir. that they were a battleship, two in Georgia than they do in Kentucky Cvniln" Morrow, Alcorn and Lester bid on It. """ ersftillo',, Eminence, Georgetown, Eliiahethtown. rankfort. MaiirkKrl, Ind." won Miss Beatrice Terrj, of Paris, cruisers and a torpedo boat. It sold for W.50. The Climax s 25 years old first honors at the State College. Madrid, June 8. Official reports Messrs. Egbert Fish and George Penhaving been started (as the Richmond The cartoon paper, Judge, Is finanadmit that cruiser Rena Mercedes FKKSH LINE OF- nington wrlto from Lj tie, Ga., whore Herald) a quarter of a century ago. It cially embarrassed and Is In the hands was sunk at Santiago and five offtheir regiments are located. The for has 1,325 regular weekly readers, the of a receiver. icers and 29 sailors on board killed. largest number of subscribers of any A patriotic Louisville man smashed mer spoke of throe men having died WAR ECHOES, paper published In the Eighth Congreshis furniture while on a drunk, think- from drinking water poisoned by Span- -' ish spies. The latter told of live spies sional district. Richmond Climax The governor and the tin soldiers tf ing It was a Spanish squadron. having been caught and shot. You are away off", sonny. The Inte- bis stair went A Negro doctor, of Louisville, Is in to Chickaraauga Tuesday Miss Lida Cook, one of Livingstons j rior: Jouknal doesn't recollect when to see how real soldiers look. jail for procuring an abortion on an it had less than 1,800 subscribers and Up in New England nowadays one Indianu girl, who died from the opera most churmtng young ladles, has re now they number well up to 2,000. As can hnrdly fire a turned from school ut Morehead. Dr. bootjack a cat tion. to ''readers," as the Climax puts it, it without starting a rumor of at Thomas Wulker, of Chllllcothe, O , John Mason Williams has returned to a naval has fully 10,000 a week. engagement oil tho coast. Phila- fell from a third story window while Louisville. Mrs. Lou Bouler is tho walking in his sleep and will die from guest of Mrs. D. N. Williams. Messrs. EDrron Dvche complains that we do delphia Ledger. Herron and Pennington, who moved to Sampson cables that he has landed a the injuries he received. not read hlo London Echo, but there' Tall AndS-oMe- . At Clnrksvllle, Mo., Sam and Curtis Livingston, are kept busy on tho new force of marines and hoisted the stars where he makes u mistake. We had Young, Negroes of Hannibal, wero buildings. Bro. Boswell reports 27 admuch rather miss our meals than not and stripes over the forts at the entrance of Santiago harbor and is re- taken from the officers and hanged to a ditions to his meeting at Livingston, to peruse the Echo and if we fail to get which closes tree. They had murdered a widow. Commonwealth ts valuable contents by heurt It is not building there for his own use. The Burgess Steel Plant and Iron Attorney Sharp and wife are ut tho Preparations for the early exchange because we do not burn midnight oil in of the Merrlmac heroes uro beincr Foundry at Portsmouth, O., was total- Miller House. THEtudying them The trial of Elza and Pate Langford made. In the meantime they are being ly destroyed by fire, causing a loss of It Is rarely that a Southern State treated with courtesy by the Spaniards, $350,000. Eight hundred employes are joru lor Killing .u.. j. iving nas oecn fl progress this week. Messrs. Morrow specially, nominates every one of Its whose admiration they compelled. thrown out of work. members of Congress for It is stated that Maj. Gen. Coppingor At Bowling Green a warrant wan Is- and Bethurum & Bethurum were for but that's what 'Georgia did Monday. and not Maj. Gen. Leo will command sued for the arrest of R. E. Cunning the defense and Messrs. Colyer, Lester, Eight of the 11 had no opposition and the expedition to Porto Rico. Lee will ham, on a charge of attempted assault, Sharp and Williams for the prosecL-tioThirty-twthe other three only nominal. witnesses for the bo second in command. It is not believed preferred by Emmn Dodd, whom he prosecution were on the stand and ' tho expedition will be ready to start had taken out for a buggy ride. Fiiom all wo can ascertain Gov. McJohn Fox, Jr., passed through Louis- - half that number on tho opposite side. for at least 10 days. Creary Is the choice of of was crowded to Its ut This is tho way Sampson told of it to,v!He TueS(hl' m his way to Cuba, Thc court-hous- o tho democrats of Lincoln county. A where he will represent Harpers' most seating capacity Wednesday to the Secretary of tho Navy: 'Bombardsolid delegation and tho unit rule nre ed the forts at Santiago from 7:30 to Weekly, taking the placo of Caspor hear the speaking, a largo part of the ' what his friends Intend to do for him 10 a.m. today, June 0. Silenced works Whitney, who has been stair corres- audience being composed of Indies. ' ' at the primary. Tho speakers were Messrs. L. W. He- -' quickly without-injurof any kind, pondent at Tampa. Over 1,000 porsons saw William fli.tM.i.n T .itm. frii ...vi... ...! rt. though within 2,000 yards." The Carlisle Murcury is tho only Seurotary Alger has Informed the Street, a Nogro, who attempted to mur- Each bandied his side of the question paper wo know of that honors it, fort-mGrLl ;X CLIlUWt?. V , by printing his name at its imwt-hea- governor that Kontueky will not bo der Mrs. Parrish, ut Shroveport, La., most skillfully, and t on., w.ni 111 3.U. But it Is not to be inarvuletl ut. allowed another regiment, but may burned at the stake. Uu confessed his Initiated In suoh matters tho manner form two more battalions. So not a sound as tho In which evidence was handlod to. fit' ti crime and uttured Sheep" Fowling is wo ordinary fan. Colson and'Dave Murray will Haines enclrclod him. In 10 minutes cucn siuo ot tno mint was most start-Human. have to be satl&Hod with majorshlps. ho uus a charred muss. IMTPDTflD IflNDMilT TUP UN I flJl I UnlUrl JUUriML ? -- W 1 - our Liver Chick-amaug- w l. 0.2-lne- h 2.7-inc- ves-th- ls Ter-Go- v. lnsur-thoug- ht imsnussmsmimmmiimmm ? Fate Ayer's Pills . Louisville Store - MOST for the MONEY , c a "i i a-- 1.1 oth-,uonn- as al -- KNOCK - OUT BLOW sm ! i Indlf-notifie- I , . co-oper-ate BEGJUBDLESS OF COST i iibii J . al ' Lawns At 4c Per Yd. Semi-Week- ly Ga-Th- is or twice-a-wee- k FULL of REAL BARGAINS l!',traw j I I FLAGS AND FLAG CLOTH i l m The Louisville Store. . I ! ! i to-da- I I Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. STANFORD. Every Thing Way Down. -- MARK HARDIN, to-nig- J n. o ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. Q SG ! ulno-tenth- b y 1 an d. OOH10 The Latest Machine out, sonie- uning" new; sold, unaer a f .. HIGCHNS & McKINNEY. I' Con-pestt- g. 1 i- - A fc The musical entertainment by the Home and farm mixed paints. Best THE INTERIOR JOURNAL in the market. W. B. McRoborts. pupils of Stanford Female College Tuesday evenlngconsisied of two parts: Save your nice slippers by buying ft The Circling Year with Misses TvIh Carpenter and Llllie Peyton as soloists Stanford, Ky., June 10, i8gS pair of tlio?e l5o Bargain Slippers. Have your eyes touted and properly and a chorus of ItO or 10 voices and Red fitted with glasses at Craig i: Hook- Riding Hood by the smaller girls. The E. C. Walton, BuftNESd Manaoee. soloists' acquitted themselves nicely and er's. being ably supported by the chorus MISS BAEEOU'S music elms' patriot- gave the cantata with much force and OVEIt ,V),yOO prescriptions havo been refully arid oorreetly 111 led at Penny's ic recital, at Walton's Opera House. clTect. The little tots carried olT the ours win receive the June 11. Drug Store. palms In the operetta and all did splenguuiu treatment CUT prlccon New Home Sewing Ma- didly down to the woo est, Lucy Lee PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, chine Is limited. Buy now and nave Walton, whose cute, unassuming wajs and unfeigned obliviousness of the sur money. A. B. Florence. MltS. J. B. OWKNS Is (iiilto sick. roundings, were greatly enjoyed. Miss Mil. J. C. McCeaky is confined to his TllE mercury was up to IHl yestordny Virginia Lee Bourne made a pretty, red by Illness. without the semblance of a breeze and little Red Riding Hood and Misses Mil AND MltS. If. RElD went to Lou- people could hardly breathe. Kate Walton Waters, Mary Ambrosia isville yeslorduy. Mcltoberts. Roberta O'Biinnon and NEW Wall Paper of the latestspring Miss AloN GmsSAM, of Nashville, Taylor Woods, who were in the styles. Prices made to suit the pur- Salllo is visiting Miss Tovls Carpenter. dialogue, filled their parts admirably. Mil. Sam Walton Seveuance has chaser. W. B. Mcltoberts. James Saulley was the wolf and his solo returned from school at Louisville. Drye, colored, was fined $5 was immense. Miss Mary Cowen playFrank Mish Susie LaSEEY wont to Louis-vlll- o in Judge Carson's court for correcting ed the accompaniments and she and Wednesday to spend a few days. his sweetheart with a black snako Mrs. Nannie Saulley, who saw to the W. L. Evans was confined to his whip. stage details, deserve much praise for room by Illness several days this wee k drilling the little onea to such perfecIIOO Pairs Ladles' Oxfords told at tion. During curtain falls Misses HetMil. IlAUTWnLLl'lCKinT.of Shelby, sister, Mrs. Will Sever-- a ?l.-- " to i'2 75, your choice only Me. Re- tle Wcaren and Roberta Cash, Etta is visiting his member the best will go first. Sever- Belle Cloyd and Anna Darst played nee. Sons. MISS LUCY PENNINC.TON, of the East ance difficult duets very artistically. Last End, la tho gueBt of Miss Bettie Roch- Wi: have just received a lot canned night the regular commencement exer ester. nut coal for cooking purposes to sell at cises were held and the 27th session Tin: Economical Club will meet with 10 cents a bushel delivered. J. H. came to a clo-- e with the following proMrs. W. U. Shanks Saturday from a to gram: jJ2$'Jjj& : ti'tl' E2k3 - m m s At And Below Cost. are r 1 At and Below Cost is the price at which we ! GETTING RID OF CLOTHING. -i m A good stock of both Wen's And Boys' Suits and Pants Are still on hand and if you wish to save big money you can do it. These Goods Must Be Gotten Rid Of If we have to Xfi MM fi P. M. Or- Baughman V Co. ) MissJOSlE STEPHENS, of Crab chard, Is with Misses Ilottie aud Bruce Wcaren. MltS. GEOIKlEC. KELLElt, Jit., ro- -t tirm.il from n visit to her husband in Washington. Miss ELLA MAY NEWLANI) sends us word that she has cone to Danville to visit friends. Mrs, B. N. Holler, of Livingston, hpent several days with Mrs. T. L. Shelton at Rowland. Mrs. Mary Hewitt and children went to Louisville Wudnusday to see her brother, Joe E. Bout. Mrs. Eliza I'ort.maN and Goorge McAllster, of Mt. Sterling, came with Mrs. H. S. Lytic Tuesday. ' MRS. IiCssik l'HILLIl'S, of Franklin, arrived Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr. Mesdamer M. J. Wbatiibhhoku . i'i J-A Anna Darst. It was S0."i a year and not a month Essay "Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before" PnilTlflAL POINTS. thnt Will Broaddus was taxed for the Hcltic Woaren. : , ., . support of Cora Gibson's child. The Duet Fanfare Mllltalre Hi Bohm -- .. . 1 ne CI 1 xl next governor oi uvurpn 111! 811 I coiiito-lto- r Anna Darst and Etta Belle Cloyd. knew better, but all are "One-eyeof Plowboy .llllJLL2ULi&f known as the is a Moral Luw" Essay "Music liable to mistakes. Pigeon Roost." Janie Wcaren. Adams Assistant Attorney General McKen-zl- e THE L. A N. train that leaves here Vocal Solo "Adieu Mario"' And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of Miss Mary Cowen. will be Deboe's private secretary at 2:10 a. M., puts you in Cincinnati Conferring Degrees on the Graduates. when Lyons gets a commissary's comthreu hours earlier than by the Q. it C. Announcements HENKDICTION. mission. and the faro Is the same, ?tl.S5. BosIdes) Miss Mary Craig assisted in the stage John B. Chenault. W. A. Langford there is no change of cars or lay over. decorations, which are of white and and D. G. Martin, silver democrats, and Gallic Shlpmaii, of Hustonvlllo, Monby Here. Mr. A. G. Eastland, yellow, the V. A. M. Society's colors. have been appointed election commis Mit'd friends here this wek. Lend, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices also a complete lino oi and representing the Mutual Life Insur It was carpeted with white and the sioners in Madison. Mr William Dauohbiity gone toi ance Co., of New York, showed us a footlights were almost hid In banks of It is said that within the past jear the best Perfumes, Soajis, Stationery and Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. uaughter, Miss Mollie, huve cheek for J2.000 from his company, the daisies. Lighted up with the beauti- more than 100 trusts have been formed Tatham's Springs for a few wooUs. graduates in the United States. The formation of comful faces of the sweet-gir- l Mil. AND MRS. S. V. ROWLAND, of amount of insurance held In that and olootrieltv the scnee could not be a trust always means higher prices for pany by Mrs. Bright Herring. DanvHlo, ware here Tuesday en route to otherwise than inspiring article controlled by it. There were to o Mm. S. B. Whlte.who The county m- u- meeting to send The next session will open on Mon- thetrusts until the Republican party no Hill. dolegnUis to the district convention at existence. Georgetown GiVENSnnd J. W.Ras-tin- , DanvHlo, July 12, will be hold at '2 P. day, Sept. ,1th, with nearly an entire came Into Dr. J Times. ;, yesterday M. standard time In each county Sat- change of faculty. were here of discussion of the curA three-dayfor the purpos of buying a pair of sad- urday, July J'. We understand that NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, is to be a feature of the m rency question m dle horses. some of our West End friends think it ; Omaha Exposition during September. Mr. Horace Brown writes to have will be next Saturday. ui Jubilee Smith, a Mercer county far- Well may Col. William Jennings Bryhis paper changed to Seattle, Wa-h- ., mer, dropped dead of heart disease. an, far away in his Philippine camp, Dan McCLURlt's Indian Medicine from Covington, Ky., and says h has Til ford Jones, tho London base ball Co. Is having a good crowd every night. pitcher, ha- engaged with a New York mriiin thnt sorrow's crown of sorrow is the Alaska fevor. remembering happier days. Louisville Miss Annie Mav Stephens, of He is selling a good deal of medicine. club. Times. Crab Orchard, who has buon attending Ho soys there is no medicine like It. There arc 0,10:t children of school Ladies' 50c Shirt Waist, made of good Percale, latent blouse front school in Lexington, Is the guest of Cures headache or toothache In one ago In Laurel. Of them 5,371 are white RECI'iUITINGOFFiCER'cO.MING. style, cut to 25c. minute. He is going to give a gold and U.'I2 are colored. Miss Hettle Woaren. I'IC'lv UF COL. GA1THER WANTS THE Hits, G. W. Brock and J. B. Mason, wnteh away Saturday night. Tho Central Univorsity b.i-- e ball TllE COUNTY. the week at of London, are spending LouisIt is very hot uud very dry and dus- team defeated the Olympics, of to .". Chickamauua, June 7. Will you h Price Infirmary, caching on to ty. Farmers complain that they are ville, at Richmond, Tuesday, say in your paper that I will have a the way that Institution is run. John Webb, of Mltohollsbiirg, a C. recruiting otlicer In Stanford in n few & unable to work their crop, w.ille tile AMoxn i ht graduates of the Contra gardeners In S. brakoman, was mortally wounded days to recruit up to 10fi men. We will about town have given up College law class Is Leslie Carroll Bo-l- ey while making a coupling at Dauville. need about 10G men to fill the Battalion course despair. The slgnnl service promised and In the senior academic Thomas Bowman, Jr., accideutly shot W., to which the Lancaster company Black, Tau and Red Ho?e for children. Sold at 15c to 40c cut to 10c. showers last night, which unless copis Joseph G. Haekluy, both of this while belongs, ious could do little good, especially If Berry Lawson through the thigh but will probably not be able county will be fooling with an old pistol at Harrods-burthe othor prediction that to take over HO from your immediate Misses ANtm'.ANt) Flora Balloc, generally fair proves correct. The wound is a serious one. vicinity. I feel quite sure that this is of the Scotland, N. C, College faculty, A man at Galllopolls, O., killed him- the only opportunity that will offer to vacation. havo returned home for the OK the 10.1 Commonwealth cascu on self because ho could not meet a note and I would like to get the best They havo been two years In the Tar thu docket of the circuit court which In bank. Ho left a noto requesting enlist, men to be had. I will notify you of the Hoci State and have almost bueonio ac- begin- - here next Monday six arc Lndie' 11.25 and S1.50 Oxlords, Tan And Macks are now cut to 95c. that his clothos be sold to pay It. date as soon as It is fixed, and am sure against one man, six against another, climated. oratorical that a notice in your paper will secure In the annual DolA Lexington paper says: Miss seven against another, lf against ancontest at Centre College, Strothor all recruits wanted. Very truly, your ly Williams will join her sister, Mrs. other, five against another, three Mitchell, of Mt. Sterling, won first E. II. Gaither. friend, Leo Hullman, at Mrs. Jas. Robinson's. against two and two oach against nine, honors, and Walter Ledyaru, ot Danplay Madam making 02 catos against 15 men. All At Chautauqua she will HUJJULE. James MeCarley has gone ville, second. Bailey's accompaniment. In July she of them are for violations of thu liquor Tho motion to tako a vote on the to the Joseph Price Infirmary at Stanwill go to Boston to study and visit dur-- " laws. whisky question In Richmond, June 11, ford to be treated for kidney trouble. Ing the Summer. Silas Case caught a cat fish III Inchwas dismissed without prejudice, tho HOLTXCLAW. Mrs. Walter Holt7-claMiss Lucille GiiisonMenekee redesiring to hold tho elec- es long, four inches across the head who was a daughter of Mr. Wil- petitioners turned from Georgetown College yesnnil wolirhini' o nounds. out of Dix law. as Bache- liam Long, died at her home near tion lacer under the new terday, bringing a diploma Daniel Tudor, son of William Tudor, river. Dr. Klnnnlrd was called to see lor of Arts. Her sisters, Misses Bessie ProaehorsvlUe Monday from the ofiects of Madison, was arrested, charged Johp Owsley, who Is down with mala110 and Mattle, who went over to soo her of child birth. She was about years with tho betrayal of Miss Mary Forbes, rial fever. George Wood has shipped of the Methodtstchurch graduate, and John Baughman, a pu- old. a member hogs from tho distillery to Cincinand busldes a husband leaves three daughter of Zeeke Forbes, a prominent his pil, also returned New-Initia- l On his promise to marry the nati. Dr. J. A. Amon, of McCreary, small children. Tho remains were farmer. lousiness trip. was hero last week on a burled at Goshen lucsday afternoon girl the warrant was dismissed. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, work There wero 21 pupils who did not A. M. Luco sold a after appropriate services. mulo to R. L. Hubble for Soo. Mrs. G. miss a day from tho public school at l WILL pay cash lor walnut logs. NEW Faculty. Tho following trus- Danville.whlch closed last week. Tho A. Swlnebroad is 111 of malarial trouC. Sine. tees of Stanford Female College, list would have been larger had It not ble. Eld. Geo. Gowen will preach at Best stove gasoline at A. B. Plot- - Messrs. F. Held, John Bright, S. II. been for vaccination, says tho Advo- the Christian church Sunday afternoon ence's. at a o'clock. Smut and chinchbug Shanks, W. R. Carson, J. II. McAlls cate. 110 grad- havo Invaded the wheat in this and J. N. Menefeo met yesterday Tho Advocate says of tho INITIAL paper just received at W. B. ter Elizabeth Mock, .of Lexmorning and elected tho following uates of Centre's class, eight will be Mcltoberts'. . teach- ington, Is visiting relatives In this Mat-ti-o - -teachers for next session: Misses ministers, eight lawyers, three BUCKEYE Mowers and repairs at Pax ton, Ruth Ellison, Ellen and ers, two doctors, and two electrical community. Flora Ballou, and Miss Hubbard, of engineers, while several will be em Warren fc Shanks'. Col. Jack Chlnn ought to command s, doors, sash and Birmingham. The latter will bo art ployed various other wnj n Ittntltl'A SHOO-KLScreen ..nnnln """"- - it the Utah cavalry, which carry heavy rtt rtuvoeuic.. WM"""- teacher, Miss Ellen Ballou will teach ino Warren & Shanks'. screen wire at .. intrenchment knives instead of sabres music, Miss Flora Ballou elocution, centre uouego s nun jiivsuh." Tho knives are about a foot long and $10 nyill buy the Improved New Miss Paxton tho languages and Miss Win. O. Roberts. D. D., L. L. D. Ho their blades ae us wide as tho base of Model Sowing Machine. Warranted Ellison the pilmnry and intermediate. is a graduate of Princeton and is about a mason's trowel. They are very form00 years of ago. As prcsldeut of Lake for 10 years. A. B. Florence. weapons at close quarters. Hot Contest. Tho radiant rays of Forest University, Chicago, bo became idable El) Williams, a notorious Stanford talont will radiantly illumine tho Opera widely known and raised $1,000,000 for for 7 loatl at $1 I'Olt darkey, Is locked up at Nieholasvlllo House here on tho evening of the It. His selection Is most fortunate for SALT .builiel "V1.E. Car AN, li.irrel. and bug- Fourth Annual Elocutionary Contest, to charged with stealing a horse tho college that will now receive his IAUPAT WANTEDwin a Horo lu Cydono ISAAC bu.liel W ti LA 1 Mall at gy In Jessamine. Juno 17, and tho large assemblage of attention. '! Ini II VMII.TON, llowlaiiil. tho beauty and chivalry of Kentucky Defeated Auain For thothothird will witness with Intense Interest tho Ma. J- - C. Bryant, lato of Crab OrefHARVESTER time under as many principals for tho army. He of arduous task of tho three eminent chard, is too fractious fort to permit boys under 12 years ' of soiling Wo have been aocu-i-- d In designating the bright par- cursed Adjt. Stmcox because ho lot his collogo was judges Mash Wlilikv Nelson County iti'ii to attend the fomalo star among tho nlno brilliant horso raise a dust at his tent. Adjt. made by Hoail A. Huaur atsourpi'r gallon, 5(c ticular e' defeated. Tho majority holds that in contestants. In one mall this week Simcox threatens to prefer charges pur quart. 2Je per pint. Wo will Uno to was incorporated tho as wo lime 1.1 Wo tho Institution camo orders for Hi reserved scats, against Maj. Bryant. Ho claims that own up.It loft, liuvo aniltorutiustliroiigli int, oiiouh of Stanford Fomalo College It was not -' which tiro on sale at McRoborti' Drug ho was cursed by his superior olllcur, we will still eontliiuo It. Olve us a call. males should be Included tended that V. H. HALL. under army regulaHopei'trully, Sholton'h Store. Forty already sold Beazley, which Is nn olTcnso Stanford, Ivy. 27 In tho pupils, besides Dr. tions. Waters and Menefeo, Managers. contract precludes such admissions. d Schulholl Grand Valsc You must pay your account at this Duct Anna Dar&tand Nettle Beck. olllco when you come to court Monday. Essav "The Etlects of Christianity on Come with that expectation and don't Civilisation" Tevis Carpenter. go homo until you do so. This means Was a Dream". .Cowen Vocal Solo YOU. Miss Clara Mershon. "The Clouds Which Wrap the R. W. HUNTER.of the Kimball Music Present Hour, House, Lexington, Is now In town. Any Serve but to Brighten all Our Future one wishing piano work done would do Days" Roberta Cash. well to soo him or leave orders at Lou Mazourka . Lack Piano isville Store. INVOCATION. 'It 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. E-s- ay lW. 1 W) Solo-Improm- MHnsfaMiiNanMiwnrarHM TW&fAzr?WAzrAvrAr w I !- ,- Nn y.Tmmrt m nr rmint wxrss Bl ww.ww rAAA'w$$r-iw.zrArAr- F1I1G I! for iT w f PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, I Hu-hmon- d CRAIG & HOOKER'S. Pitt-burn- s' - Shirt Waist Bargain I Jo-ep- Hosiery Bargains. SHOE BARGAINS SEVERANCE & I $ g. to-da- y gold-med- al SONS. $NS&m2mffi$mffiB3mm2$ffl w four-year-o- ld - T 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. commu-ntty.Mr- s. PENNY 'S DRUG STORE. 4 .1 -- ; - m GO 1 NOTIOE Toiir-Yoar-O- H im oil llar-ro- ls liar-vu- FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. 'wn irjiriwfii' TajriiBit''ftm ,tftf., .,1.1 ,, .,-..- . j i3r . . wa REV. BENJAMIN HELM THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u.'bltaliBd.'X'u.aaAa.s-u - TAKES A WHACK AT DENOMINATIONAL CHt'ItCII LIFE. i 7. I huvo a.s..sisA-HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & VAVvjju-wished to speak throuch your columns mjj Tyiv SURGEON, to the dear friends tn Stanford, hut -- "S3 PKI1YKAK I ADViOfCB work on a book and many country services have prevented. "We can't hold Olllee over Merlin & M.'Klnney'n Stnto. W When not mpatilSSS.CO will lie charged. those just now as everybody is In the harvest Held, and more than half the land in this section is In wheat. It is a beautiful sight, just to look over the vWfi) K In limestone TIME G1ID. little valleys, embosomed Kentucky HuBtonvillc, hills, embracing from a few hundred to a few thousand acres and see all, with Oilers hissorvliesto the people of West Lincoln KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. yo and Catey counties Full lok ol lolkusatid Cask hillsides, bending In wheat. The crop et aiwaytou lutiii I). S. Care liter. Manager. will probably be from live to 23 bushels No. 5 Arrrlves at Stanford at 10S a. m. 2.10 .. 21 leaves stanfunl at li:0) A. M. per acre. Fly damaged It much In No. Bad management keeps more people Arrhesat ltowlandnt uk. S.40 v. t. No - UJe Stanford at spots. The potato crop Is about mature. in poor circumstances than auy other EEF" H One man planted $1,500 of seed. The one cause. To be successful one must HtO" season has been splendid, but last week look ahead and plan ahead so that when KNOXVILLE DIVISION. was hot and dry. One potato raiser a favorable opportunity presents Itself ,1KALKK IN. 12 37 p in said he was losing S100 a day for want No. SI Train going North he Is ready to take advantage of It. A 2 41am " " Uo, 2(5 " 12 43 a ui of rain. Yet how little do men realize little forethought will also save much " South No. 23 " 1 27 j in " No. 23 " their dependence on God, or His good- expense and valuable time. A pruForallll'olnts. ness in sending us seasons. dent and careful man will keep a botBO'IGII TICKETS SOLD. REQUIRES NO COOKING There will be a fair crop of all kinds tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera IIAUGAOE CHECKED THUOUGH. of fruits. In sections the peach trees and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house, For any Information enquire o! MMES'COLLARS AND CUFFS 8TIFF AND NICE Blackberry bloom as the shiftless fellow will wait until ne are loaded. JOE S. NICE, Agent, AS WHEN Stanford, Ky. heavy as I ever saw. Clover was line, cessity compels It and then ruiuhis and was cut and housed without a best horse going for a doctor and have FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. shower. a big doctor bill to pay, besides: one STANFORD, KY. Religion nothing like as warm as the pays out 25 cents, the other is out a ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO leave Frankfort at Cr.M a m. and 3 r. .v., Trains as dry. The town hundred dollars and then wonders why connecting at Georgetown with Q. A C. and reach- weather, but about Ab FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF ing I'aris at 8: ID A. M. and 5 10 p. M. Leave Paris is a typical s one. People live his neighbor is getting richer while he OF AN Y OTHER STARCH. aty.'-'a. i. and 3 30 p. m., connecting at with (i A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11.5J to drive in buggies aid enjoy self. Yet Is getting poorer. For sale by Craig tfMWTACTUREDONtVav. A. v. and 7:20 P one. It Is a church-goin- g fc Hocker, Druggists. JOSEl'II It. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. THti The more I see of the denomination"Poor Jim was alwuys mighty good al church life, the less am I disposed to QUEEN & CRESCENT. .KEOKUKJOWA. WEWHAVEN,CONN.i of religion a form of god- to me," sobbed the weeping widow. accuse them COPYHItMTED J Trains pass Junction City as follows: liness takes the place of the power "With all the beatln's he gimme, he 4 11 p m 12 Wpui No. 2 North No. 1 South Were I alone in this never hit me where the marks would 3 41am thereof, 1 fear. 1149 am No.3 "4 " This f tarch l prepared on scientific principle! , men who havo had rear of prar! leal " 6 134pm opinion I would fear I had on blue and show so the neighbors could see 'em.' No.5 " lllSam " 10 ' experience In fancy laundering. It restores old linen ami ummer dresses to their 6 00 a m 8 tV. p in No. 3 natural whiteness and Impart a Iwautlful and Initio flnUh. It I the only starch No. does not stop. No. 2 stops only for passen- dim religious glasses. But look at the Sid Duvall died from the etfects of a manufactured that la perfectly harmleM, containing neither arvnlc. alum or any gers from South of Somerset. a and 10 run no fur- developed method of obtaining and disother substance injurious to Unen and can bo used even for a baby powder. Somther than. Itincilon City and Sand f only to erset. posing of $2SS,000 from the U. S. gov- horse kick near Frankfort. : sale by grocers. wholesale and ernment on the part of a publishing We are authorized to announce house. The highest church court of Co., 01) Royal snakes the food pure. the denomination met, with tho facta wholesome and dsllciou. KOUND1CD lHOfJ. in possession of prominent members. Of MiulliOn County, a candidate for Not a word was said of undoing that In the Eighth Conjjredonal District rascality, but evangelists and preach- of Kentucky, subject to the action of the deraocratlc'party. ers, &C, were not allowed to hold ser6 STANI'DIID, KV. vices in private houses within the G, G. bounds of any of their preachers if bo said "no, you can't fish in my preserves Of Shelby County. Is a candidate for Con- hightn uongre-siouMr. Evangelist. Devil get all I do not cress in thesubject to the action ofimtrietor the demKentucky, save." And they will be precious few ocratic party. such men will save. The pastor here B. entered his protest against this eccle siastical tyranny. I suppose a Venezu Of Mercer. Is a candidate for Eighth Congressional Stanford, Kv., elan commission will now bo in order for Congress In tho subject to the action DMrlct of Kentucky, to settle the boundary of each little of the democratic party. parson, and put up a notice on it: Absolutely Purs "Posted, trespassers will be prosecuted GoocIn. to the full extent of the law." God We have had mlfortuni on or otT such post- Woolen Mill the by fire. Weto loe our entire Timothy Hay bless all ;o ' " Goods Warranted. 50pcrcvt Corn Chop I'lant hae made ed territory. with a number of. sent., which . ve In- - Mixed Hay 45 " " Chicken Feed YORK. At BAK.ua oSl CO., U SSpcrbu. . I. .... .t I. ..n.l tn till Fit Guaranteed. icuu ifu tnl..fA.... iiir t uiai wc 45 ' " Bishop Hargrove was reading a ser- are i tin, aim .LI. ir iui'uiii hareluii'iii ontlon Clover Hay COAL. It In Mill ill first of J tily, lirln? on your work. We guarantee Millet Give Him a Call. " " Falls Branch Lump mon before graduating class Lord's to give you 40 Uj.H'rbu. satl'laction. O. C ltl'SSKI.L ,tOl. "(1 " " de- Striw ... ................. ... .. day eve when he was compelled to IMiil, Ccey Co , Ky. '6.4t Jellico Lump " A.U, Laxuam. Jouk U Caitlkmak. ' s st, owing to sickness. As he was de Feed Oa 45perliu. Jellico ut " 10 " Dealers In molishing the modern woman in her Shipstutr TOpcrcwt Special price on both feed nnd coal in woman's rights, so called, I presume large quantities. they would say God interposed. OthOrder Oflico and Feed Exchanee'near d Crossing, Depot St., Stanford, Kv. ers, and the writer among them possiINSURANCE COMPANY Coal Yard, Mill St.. lately J. 11. Hljrglns' bly, would say, since sckness is the Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. 1 of sin and satan, he put a stop daughter OF LIVERPOOL. to the attack on his spoiled pets. Tho A. S. bisaop's delineation of the genesis of woman's rights was exactly what Dr. ..Surgeon Louiovlllo. Ky , & I have divided to adopt the Cash System Dabney, of Virginia, predicted in the Dentist, "AjmrXU believing it will be U'tter for my customer 00's would be: Abolitionism, hltrher MANAGMtS. as well at ni)elf. mi iM'gjunliig" AMERICAN & EUROPEAN lawism, infidelity to a Bible that would Oommerco JBuildiDg, Louisville. will OQceorer McKoberts' Drue Store in thelJOwsley not support their views; noxt, every uunuiug. man is free and equal, woman is a man, The Ladies Itestautant is the llnest in Agrntt Throughout tb outh. Only. Thoe owing me niut come forward Road therefore equal to any other man and aettln or their account-- will lie placed the city. Every convenience for ladles We .ave vou W spending the day in the city. hence has a right to all the man's thing canthe vehicle from S3 to 525 on any- In U A. Trlbblet hniuN for collection. lu line. W A. CAIlsON. Crab Orchard. Gvntlone n' Cafe on olllce Hoor. rights; the Bible makes a distinction Iotal AgrDt, QUIT PAYING BIG PROFITS THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, between the male and female, saying Stanhokd, - - - Kentucky. the male is head of the female, etc., and come to u. let u oll you n vehicle Mannger. 1898. 37H Music Tiicsduv, Thurd.iy and Sunday therefore, the Bible Is wrong. So it has cheaper than you can buy It lit Central Ky. liveningW. J. HOMANtf CAIIIUAGI? CO." worked out as tho Bishop was showing. GREEN BRIAR 10 lm Lancaster, Kv. "U here are we at? Well, at war the Co : newspapers say." : OP STANKOHU, KV. I wish to announce that this jH.pular sumOffice on Lancaster street at Residence. And Kentucky was one of the last mer resort wll' 1m! open for the States to wheel into line. Why ?o? Paid up Capital, 5200,000 OC of guest). s Has and cigarettes sapped Pull brother to Silver King and the great Surplus, 17.503 80 THE mare, AllleU On Time. I'lrst dam TTTjuSTHJ the manhood of our pioneer ancestors show Mountz, bv by Cabbell's Mollle Lexington. Iljr tiroTiilont of It charter, deMltor are a in their dudish descendants? War is a Koyal King N a light bay with tome white Heduued rati, during the first month full; protects! at arvdrorltiirii lu NjiIuujI llanki, ma'rk- -. Por information lu regutd to rates, etc., fearful evil, but God makes use of it. the bet 10 hands high, foaled In W'J. lie U lijrelnilden lt livid Indlrlduallr llaMe to nadtlle lu Kentucky. Ak the extent or the aiiininif their itiHk therein at I believe when England failed to stop S. T. Ilarri-- , Levi Myers and other-- who address T. 11 WRIGHT. tlier Talue thereof, Inadilitlon to theamutiut In. PKNEI'IIATE: have about Tted iu tuchsliartsi It luajr act at , i.stitor. ad the American massacre, God allowed make coltx by him of isOS UU breeding. Will 2' t'ral. Or. hard, Kv. tho eaon at my stable uliiItttator,truitn,.r , as fully a an Individual. the camper down, to go miles from Stanford on the Ilutonvllle pike Hkhu who enlruit EIGHT GREAT STATES t Tendering our Ihuiiktlue trunt they hare continue their biulnec tu us, ulll down with 100 aboard. We. know how at TEN DOLI.AUS to Insure a Living Colt to do to, and we oiler ai a guarantee for prompt ataccidents. Kentuckv. Tennessee. Virginia, Georgia, tention to aame our 20 years' exKrleuce lu batik the Maine was the mainspring to set Not responsible for ''AIUUS, Stanford, Ky. JOE E. North and south Carolina. lug and at lllsrra! accommodation uare conilitrnl this righteous war in motiou. with K)Ulld UlllWillg. Alabama, .MlssUsp. DIRKCTOKV God's end of the age is coming. It NALE. Ml. J.J. ' William, II. Vernon; can't come till the Gospel is preached W. Cuiuuiliii, rreacheriTllle: A house nnd lot in Morelaud Mtitlon. the J. S Owaley.Sr., In all the world. Spain would not alJ. II. main building CO by M, tnostorles high, upWilliam I touch, S. II. Sluhli, per htnry lilted up'for dwelling, suitable fur low the S,0Q0,000in her colonies to have S J. Kiiihry, J. V. Cal , small family and a .side building II by fio, Hetwten Louisville ant' the South. a. W. Carpenter; J. K. Ltiui. it. God Is forcing us to take them as corn cribs, ware room and mi It shed, well J. J. Menefeo. wards and evangelize them. Hence, arranged for general store, have been orriciRS. from JIS.oou to SiO.Ouo woitu of goods S. H.Shanki. I'rexMeut; I believe, our success with so little loss And Dealer in DAILY J 11. Owley Ca'hler; annuallv. Is oiTered for sale. of life, God W. M, Urlght eller Each way between Louisville and Lexington HARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. same line. grunt to end It along the W. A. TURK, O. I A., STANFORD, KY. in loving remembrance or all my Washington, I). C. NATIONAL BANK W. H. TAVLOE, A. O. I. A. dear Lincoln county friends. . Also a good stock of goods at prime LouUvtllv, Ky. Until tho house and goods ure sold lu a B. HELM. OF STANFOItD, KV bulk, I will soil goods for cash at uIhjiU cost. The house wll be runted after the 15th of In the notice of the death of his l Caplt&l Stock $100,000. Surplus. $15,750 July nnd the goods sold tit miction, regardless of price brother Junied, Col. Craddock saye: Attention of the public It railed to the f.ict 11. . andrillavi Franklin, Tenn., Juno irrsn p I 1 !?- it Maud Muller in the summer heat raked the meadow thick with wheat, The Judge rodo slowly down the lane, smoothing his horse's chestuut maue, "With wheat at SI per," said he, "this maid is about the size for me." Then he smiled at her and she blushed at him and over the meadow fence he dim. "Will you marry me, sweet maid," he said, and she told him "Yes" and they were wed. Alas for the Judge; for the old designer and the wheatfleld drudge. Lord pity them both and pity us all, for Maud didn't own the wheat at all. And the Judge remarked when he learned the cheat, "don't talk to me about dollar wheat." "IRONING MADE .. ESY" DR. R. 7VL PHGLPS, Kentucky. Stanford, BBffyiTl J. T. SUTTON", IJiidortalcer, STARCH r AC.SNE. LUMBBH9 SASH an AND DOORS, I blue-gras- U George-tow- n M r ui miurrn Dr.uo.vr u.i.iiuDinucrv onrtc rn FIRE INSURANCE Insurance PHE Company OP BROOKLYN. 1 tor all retail Caledonian Insurance hon. j as. b. Mccreary Con-pre- Scotland. ss mi AkB0 POWDER Stanford Female College. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. H.CRUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, HON. GILBERT, ui HON. J. THOMPSON, FIRE! FIRE! lw w .1 A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. 10' Is Receiving liis Fall And Winter soul-save- rs wn-trac- ROY a NOELSON, Kail-roa- -- Coal, Corn And Hay, PRICE, J. H. BAUGHMAN ! & CO. FOR CASH 1 LOUISVILLE HOTEL BMBEE CaSTLEHM. 'Stanford, Ky. BUGGIES. SURREYS dune15 Phaetons, Wagons. sell for Gash , DB. W. B, PElTWTr. "W. A. THIBBLI. MmSlji Season of SPRINGS - Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Farmers Bank&Trost ROYAL KING, , Soutfiem Railway jx.jyicCLaY blue-gras- 1, 1898. soiifirs -- 1 man-of-wu- r, 'JO-l- m Store Room & Goods FOR Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS UNDERTAKER! 11 m'II-I- ng TIIKEE PRICE, 31,200 co-it- FIRST TAKE THE Oji- - mother's half-brothe- r, MONON The Popular Route to Druggists. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Stanford. - - Kentucky. At Anderson, lud., u suicide club has I ter, : Kentucky. Mrs. Adella Woods tu charge been formed consisting of five members. Each member Is to end his life Branch Stole auJ Undertaking Outfit at Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Prank J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. if he falls to make a success of either 1'orterp tabic Everything E. II. Bacon, I). I. A., Louisville, Kv busitesior murriage. 8!) meet ill trains. Hustonville, Ky. CHI CAG 0. Your About the Spanish Fleet? whIIh nrv ''out out with most miraculous organ," though when they are bare and without decoration: but we can make them sneak like a master piece of some Mr. P. Ketcham, of Pike City, Cal., talented artist, in a story without words, says: "During my brother's late s by covering them with tho from sciatic rheumatism, Cham- of tho decorators art in handsomo wall berlain's Pain Balm was the only rem- papers. Every wall tells of the artistic edy that gave him any relief." Man taste of the owner. others have testified to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment afWi fords. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Nit! sick-nebchef-de-ouvr- Glvens, of Lincoln county, possessed their mother's full estate, and brother James successfully sued for half of It, but his failure came before he had divided out with 11?, Kobert WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYINC? II. KINO, Moruluud .Station, Kv. TOLEDO AMD DETROIT All I'olntt In Michigan. TINNING & PLUMBING, CHICAGO. STANFORD, PCY., Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's Mack Diamond Hoof 1'aiut. Telephone No. SO, residence. Shop on Mill St.. opp.slte J. 21-II. Uaughman &. Co.'s Mill tf J. T. Jones, BIG 4 KOUTK. The II est Line to.111 J Kroui ST. LOUIS. AroidlDg the Tunnel White City SixcUI." llfit Teruilnil Sutloa. BOSTON. Wagner SleepIng;Cari. UutTet Parlor Cars, Waiinrr Sleeping W. WITHERS, Mason Hotel tineas firqt-clas- s. NEV that thi la the ouly National Haul; iu Stanford. Under the pniTliloni ol tho National Hank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital stock, but by tho stockholders' liability (or an amount equal tu the stock to that depositor: rf this Imtltu. tion are secured by a fuud ofi.XO.Ooo. Kite sworn tatemeiitaof the condition ol the Hank are made each year to tho United Stale Government and it astots are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional and pcilect tatet to depositors. " This Institution originally established as the De. posit tla nk ol Stanford In 183.4, then reorganized u me ..aiiuuni iiuiis ui fsiaiiioru in ino andagaln reorganlie.1 as the First National Hank of Stanford In ltMt, has had practically au uninterrupted exist, ence for 35 year. It Is better supplied now wit' lacllltles for transacting busluess promptly and llbT erally than ever More in Its long and honorable car.e?r'..A,4,",..n' Individuals, fiduciaries. Unas and individuals solicited. UIHICTORS. Tm YORK:. Can, Prlrat Oompartuiect Cart, Llegaut Coaches and Din lag Can. - Uo aure your ticket E. O. McCOUMICK, read Tla "IIIG FOUIt." WAUUKNU. LYNCH Tramn M?r Gen. Tasj.ii Tkt; ClNClNNATi:OIIIO. 51.1!' IJ,Dcl" Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford S.T. Harris, 8. II. lUughniin, " t J. S. Hocker, T. P. Hill, W. P. Walton W. A. Tribble, J.II. Cplller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. ?. .9 K, II n.A Vlf V.KIUIUIC) WI4.U1UIII, A. J. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mclloberts 'Cashla A. A.McKlnuey,AMltantCahler. ; orncBxs. i--i. tXnlnii 4i i 1