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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898061701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11. TUB KENTUCKY SOLDIKUS. Y HEWS IN INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE THE VICINAGE, KATRIMOHIAL IT 1898. NO. 00 MATTERS, LANCASTER, or Mis- - Luetic is dead in Brooken Camp Thomas, Juno 12. Sineu my, Dantul Tuekor, aged The contest in Stanford Friday night Hcjl- -, wore surpn-e- d Kentucky 1ms Madison county. yntei-da- y will draw a large crowd fiora LancasClark, of lust lottcr the Second A has been established ut to ivivivt- - nni.ounceim'iits of her ter. been fully equipped with tho exception Nevelsvllle, I'ultukl county, and J. '. marriage the day before at Danville to I ihinlc It Js very doubtful II. A. Ii. Marksbury gnvehii Sunday We orde'"d to Cuba at Once The Schley iS'y Niundron will irive the Spaniards a of arms nnd Surprise. How happy lhee soldiers would be if they could Dr. M. K. Pennington, a promising school class a picnic at Dix River us ever needing them. The bojs Nevols appointed postmaster. tibout cee the elecunt line of 1'rof. Byron W. King, of Pittsburg, young physician of Harrodsburg. The Thursday, which was greatly enjoyed nro much elated over the prospect of in.ttlnL' Into (ton. Grant's division. us l'a., who gave an elocutionary enter- ceremouv was pronounced at the home oy trie nmo joiks. lie nni taught a AND they think they havo n good chance of talnmont hero sererul years ago, will of Mr. Grorge Coulter ut 0 i M. and class in the Christian church for 20 Jslaniis. i conduct me lusiiutiu lor teachers at the happy pair left at once for the years to our certain knowledge, going to the Philippine Especially our $10 Suits, and have their SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED before ' gloom's home. Miss CuirK is one of Miss Frances Collier entertained on going into action. never heard Mich yelling as last nltrht. Paris in August, Wednesday evening In honor of Mrs. 0th X. Y. band played "Dixie") G.C.Hall, of Louisville, and W. J. Tho i KDewes. of Lexington. Music was the and I'll bet the Xow Yorkers have sore Stclnert, of ursalllcs, tied for thcl pig highest average In all studies at Cen-- . 'order of the evening and many. inter- - All goods Guaranteed to keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons throats, as tho result of so much una u. unnumij, nii nvo mi'imij wm uc years cstlng selections were rendered by the coming off or misfits. squealing. Thirty-liv- e ' various guests, among whom were brought a grout change. In (K1 "Dixie" given Instead of one. The Alumul Association of the Kensome of rare musical talent. RefreshliiLvn received hisses Instead of' tucky School for the Deaf met at Danments were served. from Xew Yorkers. cheers No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. Dr. J A. Anion and Miss Ida May Lytlo Is the name of the station and ville thi week. Prof. Max Mnreosson, of two of Louisville, was elected president for Kelley were quietly married on Thurs-da- j postoillco and only consisted evening at the home of the bride dwellings and one store house, but the ensuing three year?. nu In the annual readjustment of P. (). in this city, after which they drove to W there arc something like 200 "shacks" from 51,-t- o the home of the groom's parents In now which handle anything U) wit, salaries London Is lncrea-e- d 1,!W0, Williamsburg from sl.lOU to Lincoln, where they were tendered a drink and read. SpringHold gets an increase of 0, Ought to cost no more than wrongly mnde shoes. Thev don't here. reception. Dr. Anion U one of GarJ. W. Thompson, of Mu Voruon. and 100 und so on. Stanford remain I the rard's foremost physicians and Miss It is partly getting the formerly of Stanford, is In the regi.... Ho unlisted In Company same. Kelley is a popular young school teachmental band. THK iiitini:. Talbotl Gill, James and Geo. Story, er. The wedding was a surprise to In II. tiH a musician. Since I began my letter u heavy rain who It is claimed wore with William tin- I'jxellcst of wo'r.cn, Ik inggiftcu not their many friends. And partly having the right shoe. When we buy shoes we use all our Mrs. John Lake and children, of has fallen and the boys are In a deplor- Gill, of this county, when he robbed or.lj w itti personal charms of a mo-- t U by X. 13 Coy'o house near Kirksvllle, senke. We buy as well As we know how. We buy mnkes whoe maam now writing Torre Haute, Ind., are visiting Mr. C. able condition. pleasing tpe, but omiiwed with a mind kers stand by their work. We are always desirous of pleasing our .? candle light and the rain Is still falling. have been arrested and are In hit! at of great brightness. A year ago she and Mrs. E. Drown. M. F. Elkin, of customers and believe we can please you. Let us try. We carry rag and otherwise feel Richmond. was here this week: while CI1 I am wet in dish took purl in the elocutionary contest Stanford, Hats, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, Trunks and Valises. Conductor Frank Matlaek, a former here, winning honors aud a prize. uncomfortable, bnt n- - bavu botli paTJils here he assisted M. D. Hughes in in' and pencil. I will write a few linos conductor on the Kentucky Central, year she ha ongiigvd In a more impor- stituting a Tent of Maccabees at per ! Miss Maybelle Weber, of for tho old I. J., which I always wel- now of the Cincinnati Southern, was tant undertaking, the outcome of which !i The Lead.ng Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. come whether at home or In Georgia. stricken with paralysis Friday a Som- we hope will be unalloyed happiness. Chattanooga, Is visiting Mrs. J. A. ! Company II. comes from a strong re- erset, wlille going to the depot to take Dr. Pennington has won a jewel aud Is Robinson. nMIss Lizzie Thompson has returned from a visit to friends at publican stronghold, but the rads are hi? train to Cincinnati. to be congratulated and envied. Dr. Green, of Johns Hopkins Unibringing with her MissHettie In tho silent minority. I heard Gov. Thomas Moore, of Salisbury, X. C, Hradley say himself that Mnj. IUlburn versity, naltimore, has been chosen shot his wife fatally when he saw hor Powell, a little Huston viUebeauty,who was tho only republican coinmlsdond Professor of Greek at Central Univer- out driving with a sweetheart of former will be her guest for a few weeks. Miss " Louise Kaullman has returned from ollicor. Politics Is very rarely raised sity, succeeding Piof. Charles II. Pop- days. of iolltlcs, relig- per, who takes a similar chair in King Honry X. Miller, a leading Columbia Richmond, where she has been atand all, Irresiwctlve Make your homes cheerful ? College, Bristol, Tenn. grower, and MNs Sallle Miller, an tending college. Little Mary Clay ion and section, are united to whip h W. J. Heppert, son of Prof. J. S. Adair county bounty, were married Williams, who has been very sIck, Is out of Spain. I hoo the democrats of Kentucky will not study war news too Hoppcrl, of Rookcn&tle, shot nnd seri- this week, says the Xews. much better. Alexaudor Turklngton, of Lafayette, For the third time within the last six much and forgot tholr duty. Here's ously wounded D. D. Currun, Superinr tendent of the Xew Orleans division of Ind., after Oelng divorced from his first months, an attempt was made to effect Has constantly on hand every thing to make your houses clean and beautiful. 40,hoping Gov. McCroary will land a 000 to as I know the Q. stenog- wife, married Miss Fanny Hamilton. an entrance Into the residence of W. C, for whom he was In tho Eighth district, rapher. The Lexington Loader says They were dHorced a few days a;o, B. Mason Wednesday night. The burg-la- r him to bo a clean man. Company II. was the only company that Heppert married a Lexington and now Mr. Turklngton will marry had succeeded In reaching the top of the front verandah, when Misses had supjnir tonight, lid Cannon, girl, Miss Ashford, ju&t before going his flrst wife. that The finest and cheapest you have ever seen. Window Shades, Picture Frames and a of Covington, or known as "Hugs," to Xew Orleans some four or five years At Paducah, Mrs. Vie Vaughn, Letcher and Johnson, who were sleeplarge stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine before buyiug. who Is our cook, stood out In the tor- ago. It will be remembered that his daughter of Circuit Judge Husband, ing on the second lloor, heard them, rent of rain to feed us poor devils. wife and her mother, Mrs Allen Ash- has sued her husband. Horace Vaughn, and aroused Mr. Mason, who fell over "Hags" enlisted In Company G., (Xew ford, died In Xew Orleans last fall for divorce. S.OOO alimony and .f50 three chairs In an attempt to secure his N. No. 30C Main Street. MAY, Clekk. Telephone No. 121. port), but failed In examination. He with the yellow fever. At the lime per month are asked, ou the plea of pistol, which he found unloaded. After received a blow below the belt In the Heppert was accused of deserting them abandonment. The diughter should he had sent Mrs. Mason down stairs for ring at Cincinnati, but ho Is going to when they were seized with the plague, demand trial in her father's court and cartridges, he discharged two shots at FRESH LINE OF get all she wants. the burglars, who were then two blocks make one more ellort to get in as a pri- but he denied this. distant, but neither of the shots took vate despite the fact he is paid HO a HUBBLE, CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION effect. "Keg" says the next time they month to cook. He wants to enlist In come he will be prepared to give them Co. II. Thore are only about TO SELKCT Oi:i.KCfATKS TO J. F. Higney losta good work mule a hot reception. of Co. 11. native Kuntucklans. They CONVENTION. from a kick last week. como from Kentucky, Tennessee and In obedience to the ordar of the exTho question of moving the school-hous- e CHURCH CHATTER. Virginia mostly; somo from Ohio, Inbefore repairing It or repairing ecutive committee, I hereby call a mu-- s Pennsylvania. We diana, Illinois and Elder Joseph Halloa will preach at it whore It Is is to bo settled by a vote convention of the democrats of Lincoln have three Irishmen and one English-mu- in tne near future, which will gho ev- to assemble at the courthouse in Stan- Mt. Xenhi at 4 o'clock Sunday afterHut thore Is no dlireronce, as noon express his ford at 2 l M., standard time, SaturKentucklans, Virglulan-- , Tonnosscoan er' patron a chance to day, July !Hh. to select delegates to a The Christian church foreign misopinion as to which will be the best aud Xorth Carollnans are one wople district convention to be held at Dan- sion receipts for May were ?4,S7X(3, a for the district in the future. and the boys from the other States have 12th, which will nominate a gain over last year of 1,402.00. Wheat crops are full of smut and not ville, July Call And Sec Me. lived In Kentucky long enough to beCongress in the Sth disDr. G. W. Young, of Richmond, will Baugh-ma- n candidate for very good in this section. J. II. come "dangerous bulllos." The basis of representation will preach at the Methodist church Sun A: Co. bought some corn in this trict. Several "gray backs," or better community this week at ?2 at the pen be one delegate for every 100 votes and day morning at 10:45 aud same evening known as Arkansas Travelers, have a delegate for every fraction over .0 at S. made their appearance In camp lately, S. M. Spoonamore sold 20 acres of his votes for tho loading democratic elector Thore is a Methodist preacher up in but have been severoly doult with, aud land, formerly a part of the James the mountains named Hughard. He in the last National election. m farm, to Ed Minor for jiOO. it Is hoped they will hereafter be conThe said executive committee fixed ought to take pretty well with the sisDr. J. H. Kiiiuaird reports Mrs. G. absence. ters. spicuous by their this quullHeatlon for voters: All perj) Southern Presbyterian foreign misTho boys of the Second Kentucky A. Swinebroad very poorly with mala- sons who voted for the Hryan elector? are nearly all broke and are hoping for rial fever, but some bettor. Geo. Wood at the last National eluctlon, and who sion receipts for May were $10,0.14.o;, pay day to roll around. Watermelons is In Cincinnati this week with hisslop are quallticd voters at the time of the which were $2.3(..S4 less than those of : and peaches are ripe down here. Corn, cattle. Dr. W. H. O'Hanuon was call- mass conventions herein provided for last year. On the program of the 13th annual o-what little I havo seen, looks well con- ed to sou Mrs. Fun me Hall a few das are held, or will be such ut the next : sidering the looks of the soil. The ago. She Is sulleiing from bilious succeeding election: all democratic convention of the C. W.B.M to be held Misses Maggie and Decle youths who will be eligiblt? to vote at at Mt. Sterling. June 20 and 21, Elder Thia a hard thine: to do soil romlnds me of portions of Pulaski trouble. county, too poor to raise an umbrella Lowry, of Wllmore, have lx?en visiting Mich election, as well as such other per- F. W. Allen is down for an address on il! on. Miss Maltie White for a few days and sons of democratic faith who by their "Our Fellowship." Evancolist Gales, who will begin his Company L. is one of the most civil everybody enjoyed their presence very participation in such mass conventions meeting here Sunday, June 10th, Is nnd gentlemanly band of men I havo much. TwoofMrs.C.C. Cover's herein named aud who shall thereby over been. They are catching on to from Winchester tire visltlug her. claim themselves obligated to support just closing a most successful meeting at Middlesboro. Immense crowds are "drill work" too. It must be rememnominee of tho district convention attending aud Hut you can te comfortable and cost ou but little. there are conversions at The Board o' Trustees of tho State the bered this company was maJe up enshall be entitled to participate. every service. of raw recruits. of Reform hold a meeting at tirely Houses .1. E. Cakson, Chm'n. CLAItr.NCK COUSMAN'. The Richmond Pantagraph has this tho Phoenix Hotel Tuesday night. They chose the following otllccrs for (Jo. By to say about 'a Stanford preacher, who WiiKiti: ToiritisTs Will POLITICAL POINTS, the onsulng year: Prosldent, Mrs. Lou- land and Lake to Northern resorts. Is assisting in a meeting there: "Bro. Id Samuel Shackelford, clerk of the ise E. Yandell, of Louisyillo; Secreta- Michigan with her Mackinac, Charlo Grlnstead Is a forciblo speaker und an (: of no mean ability. W4iercv-e- r i( court of appeals, has appointed Mr. ry, Editor W. P. Walton, of the Stan- volx, Petoskey, Hay View, Wequeton-sin- g evangelist he goes ho puts satnn to (light and retreats, c William Magoilin.of Harrodsburg, one ford l.vrr.moit Jouunwl; Treasurer, to say he will do great good D. II. Howard, of Lebanon. The other where the weather is always cool, will it is of his ussi&tauts. V members of the board present were be the Mecca of Kentucky tourists this lu Richmond." Luster Coats at il.50. Magnificent line of It U stated that botli Ma have .. Rev. J. W. Lynch, the popular pasof the Win. Worthingtoti and Mrs. Frances Summer. LouisLarge numbers from agreed to abide to the decision i of the Baptist church, on yesterday in court of appeals in the prison commis- E. Hcauchamp, of Lexington. Mrs. ville and interior poluts in the State tor : tendered his resignation. In a feeling sion case and not take it to the supreme William Cheatham, of Louisville, and from Indiana havo already planned address to his church he said that after v.' was unable to be present. The board through Mr. E. II. Bacon, of tho MoStraw Hats from 23c to f 2. Look at them court as has been said. i M. was in session for an hour and a half. tion Route, for accommodations on the facing and attempting to overcome his James Prison Commlssloncr-elec- t & i Richardson explains to those who are They spent most of that time in exam- lino steel ship, "Maultou,'1 which leaves physical disabilities, he felt absolutely I. seeking olllcc under the board that the ining plans for buildings submitted to Chicago three times 11 week for these bound to take a rest and endeavor to must, before It can read Its them. The Institution Is to bebuiltou points and Is Infinitely tho most de- regain his strength while there was commission ft time. Advocate. title clear to olllcc, run tho gauntlet of some farm near the city. Lexington lightful trip offered this season. Tho yet rates for this Incomparable voyago aro a decision of tho court of appeals. If Herald. To give a fair idea of the wonderful no greater than by all rail, but so much success of McGrathiana as a breeding tho court of last resort decides adverseIN remitting for his paper from vacations will bo doub- plant, take for instance the yearling ly to tho new board, that will bo the Jameson, Mo., Mr. James McKcchuic, pleasanter that end of It. There will be uothlng left Jr., formerly of Wayne county, says: ly enjoyed by those making tho selec- crop from which last season's tion. except weeping, wailing aud gnashing come. Out of 12:1 yearlings, 03 havo bought a mill In Ashland coun aud a luxuriance of unchris- "I of teeth, Of these no less Mr. P. Kotcham, of Pike City, Cal., raced as 2year-olds- . ty, O., and will move there this Fall. I tian language from a thousand appli- feol like I must have tho IXTUltlOlt says: "During my brother's lato sick- than 49 won races and eight others cants for tho eight olllces at the dispos- Jocknal us It gives me the home news. ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham- earned money, leaving only six that rumUlied on Now or Old Vehicles. al of tho commission. Should tho de- Success to you." Pain Balm was the only rem- earned neither races nor money. Of berlain's cision bo in favor of the commission, edy that gavo him any relief." Many horses of all ages KM performers bred On Juno 14, 1777, tho Congress of the others huvo tcstltied to the prompt re- at McGrathiana won races in 1S07. tho republicans would nsk a new hearthis ing and it will be October before the United States aJopted the Stars and lief from pain which Craig liniment & Hooker, For sale by new commission could take charge of Stripes as the National emblem. Since Joe Loiter, the Chicago wheat specDruggists. tho penltentlarlea. ulator, went up like a sky rocket and that period tho glorious banner has , All laws passed by tho lato Legisla- fell with a dull thud. Instead of the George A. Portwood, of Lawrence-burg- through the shot und shell of many Lexington of contllcts como out triumphant over ev- ture, without the emergency clause, millions he was credited with making, was convicted at the murder of Dick Perkins. Tho jury ery foe. It was born with the great are now In forco and effect, tho 00 days ho Is now said to be bursted and atHxed his punishment ut death after struggle for freedom, and It shall ever from the date of adjournment having tachments have been run on his propbeing out 20 hours. The iusunity plea remain the emblem of a free people. erty o the full value. expired. wus not believed. : post-oltlc- e 25,000 SOLDIERS FINE! t ( , - CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS SHOES j BtiSH NECKWEAR. - I - The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone I ligtytly Jtfade Styoes M,-0- - I The Right Foot The Right Shoe. 1 I v 1 Hry-antsvll- CALDWELL & LANIER, Hus-tonvlll- e, KTla-yA. 1 E. win-no- GBBONS t 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, A. EI. GIBBONS, Danville, two-fifth- CONGKKS-SIOXA- I, Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. MARK HARDIN, 1 n. Every Thing Way Down. STANFORD. En-glem- KEEP COOL ! 1 I sis-to- rs I These Hot Days, I 1 1 and-othe- r well-know- n Linen Suits At $2.50 To $4. H. ., Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. J. McROBERTS. Jl RUBBER TIRES uf-for- There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAREN & SON. iV Mo for $155, and bought of various parties summarized in a few words. There bile, to be embarked on transports im- a bunch of calves at 312. Sfiulro George P. Bright siys that was further delay in the departure of mediately on reaching tide water. Two also bo South from Falls smutty whent should not bo handled the troops for Santiago and they will brigades will while wet. It should be permitted to June 17, 1S9S hardly get there before tomorrow if Church, Va. Stanford, Ky.. The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius was thoroughly dry, he savs. and then the then. Meantime Sampson is holding the landing place with his marines and given a successful trial Monday mid- greater part of the smut will bo blown Everlastingly giving the W. T. WALTON. night, when threo of its dynamite pro- out. Cubans. Tiiose encamped nt Fort The wheat of Mexico amounts in jectiles wore sent with telling effect at on Crest Heights were attacked $.'10,000,QOO a year; the appropriating S2s.0Q0 to by the Spaniards, who were routed, a fort on the west sido of the entrance value to nearly Tin-- bill with 10 killed and IS captured. Our Santiago harbor. The cruiser New rice crop is worth $(5,000,000; $10,000,- pay the Southern Methodist church two Orleans in three minutes ntdawn Tues 000 worth of beans are grown each for the damages to its Book Con- loss wns two Cubans killed and array Cubans and two marines wounded. Af- day silenced new fortifications to the year, for beans form a staple article of cern at Nashville by the Federal 'I'" incomparable advantages of our Itig t'rc. both its let price and f r accom no- diet among the peasants. of Murro Castle. during the war. which was parsed by terwards the marines assumed the de east The steamer Algoa. on Its last trip dation and Imin-s- i treatment, nreo plain, o hnHiitnb i, that oust. mi ri an the present Congress, threatens to in- fensive and made a general ndvance. vrensing as never before. We intend giving a car-San Francisco to BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. companies volve the jhurch in inextricable scan- They wore soon n.ct by six rled wheal that would hare tilled 'Mi of Spanish regulars and two of guerildal. It has been shown that lobbyists Joseph Jones, aged 14, was drownod freight trains with 1.200 ears. The 'M miles. in the Ohio near Owensboro while !mjort were employed to get the bill through las, who were driven back duty wa 700.000 francs. and that the principal lobbyist, Muj. Another Manila expedition has sailed, bathing. The June lambs being shipped are E. B. Stahlman, of Nashville, though and a Port Rican expedition is being McCau'.ey Stout, of Louisville, is exceptionally lino till yoar and are solemnly asseverating to the members prepared. There Is a prospect of some- dead from the effects of swallowing a bringing about seven cents on the mara few days fish bone some years ago. that he got nothing for his services, thing decisive being done in ket. As a cent or loss will run thuiii And thcreliy have the price a a dlAwing card m boforc. Think of it, we have nlmut and until then we can only watch and actually received $101,000. The matter John Becker was hung by n mob In the purchasers of five cent lambs will twice tho Mock of Indie's dros skirt' of any other houe, at price from Il)o to H.f0 was the subject of inquiry in the Sen- wait for news of the glorious victory Barton county, W. Va., for the murder make a little money. Winchester each. An immense stock of drew good to be unloaded nt once ate this week when some salty charges that must crown the struggle to set the of Miss Myrtle Hoffmelstr. Democrat. of bad faith were made, Chandler of Cubans free. John Mason, of EWcyville, Ind., The Shelby county fatr has been votgiving Pasco, of New Hampshire, he It looks like Hawaii is to be annex- drank carbolic acid whenhim. found that ed the State fair for the exhibition of Florida, the hot end of the poker. ed. The House voted 200 to 91 to do his wife was not true to The new Lexington company of State shorthorn cattle by the Shorthorn CatHoar, of Massachusetts, said that the so. Although a caucus decided to oppose tle Breeders' Association: the State church ought at or.ee to pay back the annexation, IS democrats voted for it, guards will escort the rapist, Bob fair for swine by the Swine Breeders' reBlanks, to Mayfield for trial. money to the government that it while three republicans voted against Association, and the State falrfor jacks Summer Coret at 25c each of ConMrs, Hulda Spencer, of Cnrrollton, ceived under a misapprehension it. Speaker Reed was not present, but and jeunets by the Jack and Jennet AsLadies' Oxblood, Tan nnd Mack Kelts at 10c, 15c, etc. who got the $104,000 gress and the man sent word by Dalzell, who presided, had her neck broken by being thrown sociation. Fine Jewel Holts nt 25c each, worth 50c. give up the amount if he ever that if he had not been sick, he would from a buggy during a runaway. ought to F. P. the Ladle's Collars in all tho latet styles at 10c each expects to have a shred of character to have been there and voted '"No." J. B. Richardson, a patient in the bought of 1'oarson lightning trader, Dartlcson, of The lntoct string and puff ties for 25c each. asylum at Lexington, hung himself with his back. It is now shown that the Wayne, a car load of lambs for July Hleached Cotton Knit Shirts at 10c onch, or 3 for 25c claim by the church was enormously THERE was no other candidate by the a towel. He was from Clay county. 1 to 15 delivery at 4c and a car load of Ladies' Fine Jersey Kibbed Vests with silk yoke trimmed with atjn rtblmn nt 25c of lobbyists and time lixed by the committee and Hon. padded in the interests William T. Smith, chairman of the stock ewes $2.75 same delivery, He at the Lodge resolution to investigate the Evan E. Settle was renominated for board of public works, is dead at Nash bought of J. F. Sloan, of Somerset, a each, worth 50c eery where. Corset Covers at 15c and 25c each. was adopted. Much of Congress rn the 7th district. Mr. Set- ville. He was a power in local poll-- 1 whole matter car load of lambs, same delivery as A full line of ne v an unbecoming if not a directly dishon- tle is making his mark in Congress and tics. above, at 4jc and a car load of wethers E. B. Harvey was awardod $2,500 est nature is expected to be disclosed the old "th is having her reputation at lie. Mr. Bishop has also bought a and a great church scandalized for a well maintained, damages at South Bend, Ind., against number of lambs In the county at 5c few paltry hundreds of thousands. E. Chapin, a millionaire, for a mastiff for present delivery and a lot of butchThe Hopklnsville Kentuckian, which dog bite. Several years ago J. W. Jones, of is the most creditable daily that the John Bush, 50, and Dowell Thomas, er cattle at 3 to 'lie. E. P. McCasIln, of Scott county, London, was sentenced to pay $100 and war has brought forth, has changed 40, quarreled over a freight bill at We have the best ladles' clipper for 60o that was ever put on the market for that sowed grain from Wisconsin in ground imprisoned 60 days for failure to from a morning to an evening paper. be Elizabethtown and Bush fatally wound well prepared and in ground not so price. We have the hot Children' and Mixes Slippers at the prices wo quote you perform a mall contract. He was only Thomas with an ax. It will pay you well to examine our Hoy's and .Men's Clothing stock before you Bully for Anna Gould's Count carefully pre?arod. The drill was run technically guilty and efforts to have Fred Hoffman, of Aurora, Ind., com- back and forth across the ground. Now buy. It brim He fought a duel with an edihim pardoned were at once instituted. mitted suicide while standing over the he has two varieties of wheat smooth-heade- d successful tor at Paris and actually wounded him They were not immediately graves of his four children in a cemeand bearded wheal the former and Mr. Jones suffered the penalty. three times, more or less seriously. tery at Milwaukee. Wis. being limited to that part sown in the he sickened and Shortly afterwards Mrs. Thomas Hagorman, of near well MARINES HOLD THE FORT. prepared ground and thw latter to died. The government was not notifiBowling Green, died of blood poison- that sown in the corn ground. The ed and the petition for pardon continu AFTER KILLING AND CAPTURING ing, contracted several years ago when difference in the environment uudoubt A 10 dozen Men' and Hoy's straw Hnt to be suld at i Kscrihi-all hapw and ed to nass through the mill. It was ediy vrodiiced the phenomenon, but In My!"8 she had two fingers amputated. MANY SPANISH. aie in this lot. granted Tuesday, but the beneficiary, There Is a scheme on foot In Lexing- whui manner i. a mystery. Show your p.itrioti-by buying ymir let us hope, is long since in the enjoyTHE CADIZ FLEET SAILS AGAIN. ton to got rid of all teachers who have Tli I'll th I of Tlmi' a source which ment of pardon from been in the schools for lOyears in order , Madrid, June 1(5. Announced "Who was thnt young man who stood never permits it to come too late. to make room for new teachers. again that Cadiz tleet has sailed. out at the front gate so long last At a church festival near Hopklns- Hiked .Mnbel'b fnther. Destination unknown. IN figuring his nomination, Mr. Gil"That wns Herbert." she ville, Joseph White was shot in the 10. Cuban Washington, June bert does not seem to count Mr. s she wiped the corner of her eye. "He back and instantly killod. Albert f ut and Philippine expeditions expectThompson in the Congressional race forever." was arrested and lodged in jail. came to say good-bed to arrive Saturday or Sunday at except as an instrument to defeat Gov. "Humph! I thought he must have Frank Dorsey Is wanted nt Elkhart, their icspective destinatlns. McCreary. He claims Mercer as well oiue such ambition, and its a good Ind., for whipping his daughter un- thing I slammed the Guantanamo Bay, June 15. as Shelby, Spencer, Anderson and Jesshutter. He said mercifully because she joined the good-b- y for two hours and a quarter as Carmanera's defense demolished samine, and thinks he has a good Presbyterian church aga'nst hi; wish- it was." Washington Star. by Texas , Marblehead and Suwa-nechance in Boyle. It is easy enough to es, figure out a nomination, but watch and lioi-vthis afternoon, after an hour An Hon. The swiftest elevntor in the world is "Of course." said Willie Wlsnlngfnn, and a half's bombardment. see Gov. McCreary walk off with it, in Amador county, "it's nonsense to say that the women T D. HANKY, Manager. "Washington, June 10. The at the Oneida mine, 1,500 while the others are figuring. He Hal. The ascent of feet wns late of Simin are anxious to actively ent'Htre president recommends Naval Conin making claims, but he isn't engaged ly innde In 20 seconds. This wn attha in an elTort to annihilate Americans." Hrauch More nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Steiling, Harditown, Lswrenceburg, Cynthi" structor Hobson's advance of 10 is in making votes, which will down "I don't know." rejoined Miss Cay- - ana, erMtillos, Eminence. Georgetown, Klixabethlown. Frankfort. Mnuckport, Ind." speed of a mile in 70 seconds. numbers in the list of constructors. the combination against him. "I understand that A.t Owingsvllle, John Pervin, while enne. reflectively. Guantanamo Bay, June 15. e ngnged n, trcfll maay ol t,,e,n The Richmond Climax ought to The marines and Cubans today under arrest, stabbed Marshal Denton. themniiufactureof clpnrettc."-Wa- ah. in his revolver, but, aa The latter drew know that kissing goes by favors in routed 400 Spaniards, killing 40. there was a larjre crowd near, he re- newspaper directories. If we were 1(1. adJunta New York, June A III ffrrr lire In Mimlr. trained from Urine. Pervin was jailed. ' enough to buy a page advertisefoolish vices are that 5,000 Spanish desertOh. should her papa chance to be a lordly ment in one of them we could get our Caleb Gaines, a Negro, attempted to millionaire, ed to the insurgents atPuritoPrin-eeps- . tresses" Is the color circulation rated at a million or any assault little Ethel, daughter of Elijah i Thennf"Titian-tinte- d r Hap ho other number we wished. We have no Washington, June 10. Four Allen, in Barren. He was captured when , nut should a common sort of man be men. dealings with advertising agents and ' thousand reinforcements are to be the father of the child tried to kill him, Why flAnul fiharttliA then she's that she would They give them all the marble heart. sent to the Shafter. but was prevented. A crowd assemon fire. set a comb L. A. V. Uulletln. try to get even by rating us as low as bled to hang the Negro, but Mrs. Allen WAR ECHOES, possible. That is we hear they do, we deterred them. itnroit.M .wn iii:roii.Mi:iis. MUcts Oxford at CV, former pr.- - $115 to si 25 never see one of their newspaper direcHe was lodged In jail and a mob took reported capture of Manila was The tories. him out at 1 A. M. yesterday and hung a fake. Santiago is said to be on the verge of him. THE Court of Appeals reversed the Kenton circuit court in the case against a famine. LAND AND STOCK. Capt. Gen. Blanco has been authorthe seven councihnen sent to jail by O. P. Huffman bought of Lilburn Judge Tarvin for failing to make re- ized by his Government to exchange Gooch nine fancy butcher cattle nt 3Jc. U pairs on the Covington court house. Lieut. Hobson and his men. ft i& CVal) Orchard, Ivy. H. T. Harris sold to Frank Bourne a The report that the militia had cap The opinion says that while the city of Covington is liable for the improve- tured the Bakers in Clay county, with young Jersey cow and heifer calf for, ments mentioned, the judge acted ar- the exception of Anse. proves untrue. ?25. ' bitrarily in sending the councllmen to None of them has been captured or The Lebanon Enterprise reports mullri'lA I thi;- sales of a lot of Poll Angus cattle, S50 jail. The seven men ought now to act surrendered. pounds, at 5c. The second expedition lo the the arbitrarily and send Tarvin to grass. Col. II. P. Thompson, of Clark, has Philippine Islands sailed from San Wednesday, the transports set out 1,150,000 tobacco plants. It reEVANS was renominated for Congress 'i'rancisco :i,500 men. Arrangements quired 117 acres. in the Louisville district by one Hudson & Page, of Adair, bought in had are now being made for the third vention, while the bolters who Russell and Clinton counties 10 caval-- l convention were de- - pedition. another It is said at Washington that If the ry horses at sou to suu. nouncing him ic bitterest terms. Todd. M. S. Baughman and A. C. Dunn his opponent, will not accept the noml- - army now generally supposed tq be on g aged work mules have now the way to Santiago is able to nation of the latter convention, but IMC IV! stand the climate of Cuba, the attack which they bought at $00. It In for Evans will do him all D. N. Prewitt bought of Lynn Hudon Havana will be made without delay. the harm he can, which will be a plen The United States recently paid son SO sheep at $3 and of Col. Thomas ty. A decent democrat ought to be $342,000 for the collier Merrlmacsunk Elkin 73 for $210. Advocate. easily elected. I An exceeding fine crop of wheat is by Hobson In the harbor of Santiago. sL J-- y A PRIMARY election has been called The steamer is paid to have been actu- ready for the sickle in Fayette. There fB Jm to nominate a republican candidate for ally worth not more than $50,000. is no complaint of smut there. Congress in the 11th district, which The Owensboro Canning Company An engineer says that during the will be held August 11th. It was iast 50 years the size of steamships has put up the product of 210 acres of pea9. Judge Borelng's desire ana he seems to been multiplied 20 fold, the horse It turned out 15,000 cans per dny. Small man (to tke other) Mark my S. B. White sold his handsome pair words, ye nre have every thing his own way, no op- - power employed to drive them has your health HIGG-IN- S position but John D. White so far de- multiplied 40 fold, and the speed with of black road horses to A. B. Steole, of with Bmokin. I can see it ye. veloping and he is not considered an which they traverse the 6ea has in- Atlanta, for $500. Richmond Register. Myself 1 stopped the pipe long ago. If I hadn't, I wouldn't be half the man I orthodox republican. creased three-folThe Ripple stakes for PERFECT HARMONY AT ami London Judy. Refugees arriving at Kingston from was won at Latonla Tuesday by ALL the soldiers have gone from Lex- Havana says WntKctl the AVliole. that the most abject conwith Daisy F. second and HOME ington and the city wears the aspect of ditions prevail in The actor dodged, as by his head Havana. People and Maritl third. de&Irablo with the wason in tho dress is of a banquet bnll deserted. It is said A cabbage from the gallery eicd. of your rooms in decorations and furnishhorses are lying in the for 475 horses and mules were Last you hungry voice he cried: that the mobilization of the army thore of food, and Blanco Is street a want shippedweek Kentucky to Chiekamau-ga- . With kindly throw the corned-bee- "Willtoo?" ings, nnd now is the Season lor light, Just making vain from -- L. A. W. Bulletin. dropped a cool $100,000 In the pockets graceful and Siimmory effects in furniendeavor to secure provisions by assistpaid for these animals The price ture. We have o.xquisitu pnrlor suites, of the merchants and others. Then lie Culled Her IMmvii. ing vessels to run the blockade. was at least $50,000. lounging chairs, divans, rockers nnd "Your wife just called you up on the that look cool and restful, nnd The Louisville Times has mado a Rear Admiral Sampson reports to Brent Bros, bought 50,000 pounds of telephone." will make your pocketbook feel restful, discovery. The press censorship is not the Navy Department that Lieut. Blue hemp from Col. E. F. Clay at $4, and "lo you know what she wanted?" too, h hen you see the prices. so much to conceal army movements personally made a landing near Santia- 5,000 pounds from J. A. Dudley at tho "Judging from her voice I think she go and saw in tho harbor all the ships same price. Bourbon News. from the enemy as to conceal Incomwnnted to call you down." X. Y. W. W. WITHERS, Tho Madisonvillc Hustler tells of a World. petency of olllcials from our own peo- of Admiral Cervera's lleet. The report trU' w'i. Y&w!M.JiZi'y.'" also confirms the report of mutilation ewe near that place that has given ple. CHEAP RATES ON Q. & C. of the bodies of some of tho marines birth to 13 lambs In five years and furStanford. Kentucky. JOHN Ruea was unanimously renom- killed in tho first engagement on Crest nished 12 pounds of wool each year for Mr-Excursion. Ono fare for the round-tri- p Adulla Woods in chnrgu inated for Congress and the dispttch Heights. to Lexington, on account of the the shearer. ISmucIi Store and Undertaking Outtlt at League American Wheelmen Meeting, says he will doubtless have no opposiPreparations for the Porto Rican exT. J. Culton and J. W. Buchauun, June 20th and 21st, from all points in tion from any source this time. I! It pedition are being pushed. 15,000 men both of the East End, sold to Dugan fc Kentucky. HiiBtonville. Ky. Good to Juno 22d to return. does it v 111 be purely nominal. have been ordered from Chicknmaugu Rogers, of Boyle, two cavalry horses Bicycles handled free. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Thh war news of this week can bo to Fcrnandina, Jacksonville and J - Louisville Store, -m Mc-Cal- ia : MOST for the MONEY I Mar-ellle- s, 1 I KNOCK - OUT BLOW ! BEGJLBDLES S0F CST Bi-ho- p. Lawns At 4c Per Yd. j Cas-tallin- FULL of REAL BARGAINS m :;:: Hos-kin- flags and flag cloth y e, j n The Louisville Store. GREAT BARGAINS IN ! i i rfd-ht-ad- ' Misses Aid Children's Moris. ( Children's Oxfords, 50c. Former Price 90c to $1. W. E. FERKINS. con-.carryi- ) I ELDREDGE SEW I AC Ht DIE. ! J with-havin- 30-od- d mv JIB f, "Trjf . The Latest Machine out, something" new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. & McKINNBY. d. three-year-ol- Flnm-mario- n, ft 1 . i fi'tXi ny ' " - (FT - nl !1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., BUCICHYH Mowers ami ropalrs at Shoo-kly- . Warren .V Shanks'. Bcreen wire at Warren Screen doors, bash and &' Shanks'. &i'A&l'Jj2tei'4k!i'Jll!d I EJ'At - ion Into liquidation, Juno 27. The ex. tested and properly cussivc burden of taxation Is too much W4 littod with glasses at Craig iV Hock-or's- . for It. m TUB recital by Miss Ellen llallou's OVKK l),u00 proscriptions havo been carefully and corrcctiy tilled at fenny s Till! McKlnnoy Canning Factory will class was pronouneed by the large au Drug Store. Yours will receive the be Mild at public auution June .'10th. dience that attended one of the most same treatment. creditable entertalnmonts of the kind Sea "ad." ever given hore. Miss Ballon fully AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, PERSONAL Foil the next lfi days my untlre stock maintained her splendid reputation as MKS. RKV. S. M. ItANICIN Is quitu will be eold at cost for cash. Mr. A. a teacher and added further laurels to A. McKlnnoy. slek. her brow. She Is the the most conIS.MHKY DttAZLKV has baon (julic To My Ci'stomkiis: Plea-- e eomo scientious as well as the most capable sick. and settle with me before July 1st. of teachers and she improssos upon her MiBSS.vi.lik COOKK spent several Mrs. A. A. McKlnnoy. pupils the imK)rtanco of learning ' duys at Huslonvllle. everything well and makes them do it. Wkiih, of Louisville, Is MllS. Wichave Just reculved a lot cannel The stage decorations were under the . visiting Miss Susie Lusloy-nut coal for cooking purposes to sell at supervision of Mrs. Pamelia Drown Mk. J. C. McClauy is at Crab Or 10 cents a bushel dollvered. J. II. and that means that it was most artischard drinking the water. Uaughtnan A-- Co. tic. Bunting, Hags and other patriotic Miss Mattii: Wauchk, of Garrard, emblems appeared In graceful profusion HAKIMS' Circus drew a pretty Inrge Is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. and the surroundings added much to crowd to se tho parade yesterday, but Miss Kmma Hu.n.v, of the West End. of the occasion. The pro those who paid to see tho performance the Intorcst Is the guest of Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. gram was given In full In our last, Littu: Linda Maniki: has joined were not as numerous as they might which renders an extended notice of her brothers at Hon. J. S. Owsley, Srs. have been. each performance unnecessary, even If Tub l'arls Kentuckian pays Mrs. S. Tun socond examination of teachers we had the space to tell how well each C. Truehoart Is visiting in Mlllersburg. will occur at the College Chapel today, pupil and other performer did. All IlBN Hblm joined his father, the we are asked to say by Supt. Garland did excellently and the entire perform1 evangelist, at Franklin, Tonn., Tues- Singleton. Circuit court being In ses- ance was much enjoyed. day. sion necessitates the move. ClKCUIT COVUT. Itobert Smith was Mil. William Mokiilani) loft, yesThbC asoy County Progress, which acquitted in one case for selling liquor terday for a prospecting tour of the started up at Liberty in March, is said unlawfully and the jury hung In the South. Lonv- - to havo given up the ghost. Brers other. R. Reynolds, for carrying Miss Maiiy LiLWiiLL.of Point weapons, was given 10 days and Is tho guest of Miss Ethel Claire Cochran and Talbott's newspaper expeell, rience wus almost as brief as Pat's so- lln-- j i2o. The case against Joe Port-inuTraylor. Miss Lucia McAi'HK, of Lebanon, journ in the army. for forgery, went olT the docket came up Wednesday to visit Miss l'onrl on peremptory Instructions, there be G. L. 1'BNNY has on exhibition In Iturnsldu. ing no forgery in the transaction. F. his show window a model of the cruisMltS. C. S. UaLI.KW oanjB over from B. Stetson, assault, not guilty. Sylves JL Garrard yosturduy to visit Mrs. John er Charleston, now on Its way to join tor Thurmond was acquitted for mali- 7a Admiral Dewey at Manila. It was mude cious shooting nnil wounding. Thirty- W. Mont MlhS HlH.Llt MCGOWAN, Of Cincin- by a sailor who sMsnt IS months on it two Commonwealth cases were contfn-- 1 nati, is the guest of hor unole, Mr. J. and Is a perfect reproduction. ued and lli dismissed. W. II. Traylor from the wound. The bullet ;. Alford. TANKS. The tax books nru now was lined ?20 in four and acquitted In passed through his leftside. Mrs. Geo. of on the ready and the auditor has written me three whisky cases. Casper Apps got Dink Wilkinson, recovered. stnttuchost cltUons of Cnsoy, was horu to hurry up the collection of taxes, otr In three and was fined S2." in two Critliin has Lloyd Marct, the handsome young this wuk. l'len-- e don't postpone but come up at caes of the same nature. Robert Turn local editor of the Signal, has returned MISS AUIA Lackhy, rtf Gallatin, ouc and get a receipt for your tuxes er, same olTenso. ?20. Odlo Paul and from a visit to relatives in Boyle Co. And we are now prepared to furnish you with the beat quality of Tttnn., nrrlvod yestttttlay to visit the for this year. S. M. Owens, Shorltl. Irvin Yocum got ?20 each for Mrs. James Vowels, of Middlesboro, XllssosOwahty. The L. it N. was fined ilOO for not havMrs. Richard Welsh. Mliri. M. J. Ml'Ki'HY anl Mis Ktfl Wllli.lt returning from D.tiiville the ing a water closet at It- - Crab Orchard visited Mr. and Mrs. Mnttle Kirby will give the Old Warrun went up to Hock Castle other night the buggy occupied by Mr. depot. II. P. Baugh caught It for S20 at an early J and Mrs. (t. (lobliison was run Into by for disturbing religious worship. In Maid's Convention hero Springs Wednesday. Mrs. Our people date. M. Ai.vi:hon, tb prt-tl- t some careless driver and budly broken Mk. Jessk the 1 cases against P. W. Green for lino look for1k).v In Stanford, was hn Sunday. up. Tho occupants were considerably selling liquor on Sunday, he was ftnod Klrby's ability in this Lead, Color- -, Stains &c, on the m.iaket at reasonable price, also a complete lino of ward to the entertainment with pleasjoallod, but did not leave their seats. Kiubroond PniiUgroph. the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. in seven $10 each, eight were dismissed ure. MioS Seit C'ozatt and Mrs. It. M. Ben Ferrlll, for ml one continued. TllKKK was a very acceptable fall in Wo will soon say "hello" to the blue Cnrtor, of Parhsvllle. spent several was ncqulttod. W. R. Akin grass region, as Mr. Jumos Maret, the Monday night, since the temperature day. with Mrs. Mattlo Navlus. sued Hon. B. B. King for damaging his most man in the county, and which lime living has been more comT. Coci-te- k Miksks. Willis The fortable, but to this hour the promised wheat and got verdict for 10c. Wed- has taken hold of the work in earnest son, John, two of the elovrut men In showers have not come to much extent. grand jury returned indictments hore and is aiding the telephone com- Caey county, were hro Tuesday. nesday against John Haley for potlt panv in every way possible in further- - (j p,;v promised for Friday, and Miss Claua Mkwshon, of Stanford, Thoy uru still m .'.VAi liiroenv. Edmonrt Llllaril, malicious lug Its plans. of Mr. awl Mrs. also warmer weather. Is the attractive guest and George Anderson for shooting, Misses Salllo Cook and Alza Logan m Robert Harris. ltichmond Register. IN Hoc Constable T. G. Nunnelley burglary. Brown are visiting frionds in London. MK. GlJOItCilC FKANKLIN VAfUIIAN, arrested and placed in jail Tuesday Tho following gontlemen con.pose Schooler, Mr. Jack Adams and of Ashland, Vu., arrived ycterduy to Maria Harris, colored, and hor son, the potlt jury: Jos. Plielp-- , G. W. Mrs. daughters, Misses Callle and Sallie, of visit his uncles, the Walton Brothers. Tom Harris, both of McKinney. The Spangler, O. J. Crow. George D. Hopcounty, are gnests of Mr. and Mil. ANt Mils. W. S. WAKltltN will mother is charged with petit larceny per, J. C. McWhorter, W. It. Kelley, Garrard Adams. Mr. Mace Miller leave Monday morning for a protracted and the son with causing a separation Win. Curtis, T. J. Hill. J. It. Hales, Mrs. Willis gone to Ohio for his health. has visit to relative" In Kansas and Mis- between Will Huston and wife. W. A. Beazley. L. II. Pryor, J. M. McMr. W. Browing, of Livingston, and souri. ltoberts, J. T. Jones, Jes-- e M. Green, Miss Bessie Magee, of London, were U. M. Uallol'. of OlMLVINCi. Crab Orchard Springs Mil anu Mus. Adam Petry, B. Chancellor, J. S. Ows- united in marriage by Rev. Carmichal I when Lancaster, attended the concert given opens lt- summer season June ley, Si, Thomas Dalton, L. B. Nunby Miss Ellen Billion's music class Manager Gus Hofmitn writes us hewlll nelley. 1). It. Moore. George S. McKln. at the Miller House last Tuesday afterand Messrs. Tuesday evening. be better prepared than ever for a big ney, John W. Delaney, D. K. Farrls, noon. Miss Judo Owens accompanied Some Very Fine Goods in Sizes 2, 3 and 3J. Magee and Meadows m Mil ani Miis. W. I). Hockbh, crowd. Tho people of this section are Itobert Mattlngly. them. The couple are now visiting at Hopper es)eclally invited to go and and enjoy Misses Edna Camniu, Mollle The visiting attorneys here during Crab Orchard, tho bride's former and Helen Hocker, of Huslonvllle, at- themselves at a very low cost for board. tho week havo been: Judge G. W. home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills, two car- tended the circus yesterday. R. J. Tub Knights of Maccabees Acciden- McClure, Mt. Vernon, Judges Messrs. nest, Christian workers for the Metho C. A. Co., C E. Cox and wife, Dll. Breckinridge. C. It. McDowell, Co. has, through ! J. S. Heed and wife and It. W. Hunter tal Insurance 11. Mershon, paid Kucord Itobert Harding and J. W. Rawllngs, dist church, have organized a Ilourish-sn- g to Mr. Keener John Sunday school here and hope to wont up to Ely's Wednesday to spend a Joe F. Waters ?2.r; for tho disability Danville, John W. Miller, Lancaster, build a church In the near future. A few days In tlshlng and hunting. Orand Fountalne Fox Bobbitt, Crab protracted meeting will be held at the LiTTLi: Joski'IIINK, daughter of Mr. caused by a rllle wound that gentleman chard. In which Rev. Mills and W. holds a received In February. Mr. Sizes 10 to 1, Odds and Ends, good for everybody at only and Mrs. H. C. Sandldge, of the Some 10 or a dozen of our citizens other ministers will assist. $,',,000 policy which costs him only $1 section, is recovering from a Mesdnmes Alza Thompson and Molsought to prevent the city of Stanford lle Lovell visited Mrs. Zula Sparks, of per month. six weeks' siege of typhoid fever. from making them pay taxes because Livingston last week. Miss Mollle Mil and Mil-'-. J. S. Wblls, of DanTub trustoos of the Stanford public some of their property In the city llm- - Parker will teach the Buckeye school. on ville, are receiving congratulations school have elected Miss Mamie Lynn jlfj d UMHi H s farming lands, but In a Miss Sallie Adams Is vlsltlncr relatives the arrival of their llrsl born a girl, us assistant teacher of that school. Tho conformity with a decision of the court in Garrard. Miss Rhoda White is vis itlng friends in Crab Orchard. Mr. who made her advent Wednesday. selection is a most excellent one, as of appeals saying such lands aro linble Elmore nansel Is clerking for Mr. m Dit. William shklton left this Miss Lynn is both a good teacher and a to taxation, everyone of them were Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers, of Si remorning for Hopkln&vllle, whore he charming young lady, but tho friends knocked out. Williamsburg, visited friends here ... fi.ti ....j ...til n:iiu 1. .w iluru !it f jmillniv t.hn Of. MIsS nnle McKinney, who made C, T. U. will meet mill ......n.l The gruud jury finally adjourned cently. The W.Newcomb Saturday afHaptlst Convention Deiore going 10 see such a splendid assistant last year, are yesterday after only four days session. with Miss Lena ternoon. his wife neat Nashville. surprised that she was turned down. Only '22 Indictments wero returned, the M. WlLlHTB and handsome Mus. S. fewest In many years. Of this 14 are WllBN the curtain rises promptly at sous. Douglas and Aubrey, of Louisviolating the liquor laws and the (Friday) at the for ville, spent a few days with Mrs. Dr. 8 o'clock rest for minor offenses except one for New-Initia- l L. H. Cook, while on a visit to Mrs. S. Fourth Annual Contest, standing room murder against John Dickinson, who will be at a premium, as is usual on M. Owens, at McKlnnoy. and killed another Negro at Klngsvlllo these occasions. Every thing is in skipped. The jury reported the jail in Mil. M. F. ELK IN went up to Wednesday to work up tho readiness for tho button of elocutionaAnr. fine condition and the county clerk's Maccabco lodge there. He assisted In ry progress to bo touched by the chair- otllce In good shape. organizing a lodge of 17 members at man, Judge R. G. Williams, to put in Tho trial of the damage case of John motion what will prove to bo not only Hryantsvlllo Monday night. Bailey ngalnst tho Danville it Huston MIL W. W. Pknn, traveling passen an entertainment of glittering brillian- vlllo pike for $2,000 for negligence that Music, Amuseger agent for tho C. n. & D., was here cy, but tho most magnificent, Interest- caused his wife to get her arm broken Cool, Exhilarating, ments and Good Living. Ho Is a hustler and Is mak- ing and enjoyable ever given in Kenyesterday. was on trial all day yesterday and is ing friends for his excellent road. On tucky. Danks' Orchestra of celebrated still undecided. For Terms addess. tho 17th of August, ho tells us that his musicians will be a facinating feature. GUS HOFMANN, Prop. road will run an excursion to Niagara Tho sale of reserved seats at McltobMT. VERNON. Drug Store is unprecedented. erts' Falls. slnco r mcHINNE? canning rAcioa? roa sale. Mus. F. P. BISHOP called yesterday Beazley, Waters it Menefee, Managers. ,jia::n:r;era:rccbeer'ul kUV to tell us that her sister, Miss Kato . ... .m..w. .. oi v iuhwiisuuiK, .t..t..v The entertainment given by Mrs. J. The Misses Artuur, White, who recently went to New Hv ordor of the Hoard of Directors of tlio John B. Fish. McKlnnov Canning Co. I will sell to tho S. nundloy In honor of her very hand are guest of Mrs. U at the point of death of York, bidder tho frunehUo and W. B. Myers, of Williamsburg, Is highest McKinney Canning Co at 10 projwrty and that her brother, E. A. some and attractive guests, Misses o'clock, of the days to raise a a. m., on r m 'itI Till i White, started to her bcdsldo Wednes- Mary Burton and Juliet Howard, of expected here In a few for tho army. A.A fiSy Ai-.; iC iStT X Lebanon, is described by the 25 couples company of volunteers day night. 30th, Several of our soldier boys haye sent On Thursday, Capt. George H. who attended as an event of great InDlt. J. F. Pbyton, One- u sample of "hard lsus. on the following terms, MeKloney, and probably Col. W. F. terest and enjoyment. Misses Nannie hnmo to friends In hand, tho remainder In equal " hiukiuj, im-i- thaukful they lre third Pensa-coland tULK, . VanDoveor and Mary Bruce Sheridan, will leave Sunday for lliivmpnts In 0 ii'id 13 months. Tho purchu-- cr"to execute notes negotiable and payable Fla., where they will spend a few Messrs. A. S. Price and G. A. Mcltob- "hero and not there. fi,n a,..nnh f W. A. Morrow in the in tho l'lrst National Hank of Stanford and days. They will be joined at Mont- erts assisted tho young ladles In reInterest from date of bearing trial was highly compll sale. A six per cent. retained on the properlion will Ihi gomery, Ala., by Mr. M. F. Hulet, who calvIn? and then acted mostirratifvln:.'- - tho who nau a ty to secure payment of deferred notes. ' still owns his yacht, which they will ly as an entertainment committee. Tho men ted. The Lungfords, on ball, all contracts Purchaser must j hung jury, wero released decorations wero pink aud white aud use to their hearts' content. for tho season of 1S9. Tho above property Is situated In tho town tho swectpea tho predominant flower. ' Write to Mrs. Rosalind Nesbltt, Mt. the C. S. II. !(., and Ivy., for "Just Sixteen," 35c of McKlnnev, Ivy., on suitable for tho proPunch, Ices and ciiko wero served and ' Vernon, "arou nd Is LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Is the country lino grade of tomatoes for canmuch enjoyed. Dancing and other per copy. This charming new song duction of "a pay cash for walnut logs. A. amusements wero indulged In and mid- - in waltz time wltn catchy air and easy ning. The cannery Is conveniently arrang1 will machinery suitable for ed, has all neces-arC. Slno. Also a comfortable night camo all too soon. All who met accompaniment. canning tomatoes. garden. Tush Jones, who was shot by Esley dwelling house wltn M. WAKE, President. tho visitors wero charmed with their P. Latest patterns In wall papor at W. beauty and easy grace of manners. Lackey, has suffered little inconvon- B. Mcltoberts'. Beo llnlsh, potato blips, cabbage Tin: Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Of will vote on of Junc 17, 1898 worms untl rose bugs, at W. H. Mcltob- j Stanford,tho bank shalltho question go whether continue or erts'. E.G. Walton, BrsiNns Mna(u:k. HaVIC your eyes m m I At And Below Cost. GETTING RID OF CLOTHING. A good stock of both I are At and Below Cost is the price at which we I 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 m con-ceal- fd n, If we have to 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. 1 e W. H. SHANKS. HHER PAINTS, I HEBE I as-au- lt. OILS, VARNISHES well-knowin- g 11 11 public-spirite- d I CRAIG & HOCKER'S. MtSMlWlmmMS B Big Wn l SLIPPERS - I Are those 95c Oxford Ties for Ladies. CHILDREN'S i m k i 1 court-hous- e i nm- i (I .1 i ffiMmmwwfflismffiy SEVERANCE & SONS. to-nig-ht CRAB ORCHARD -- Mid-dlosbo- -- SPRACS NOW OPEN. Re-tf- ul. We Now Have A Pull Line of the Very Latest Stationery in the Style. The Shape of Paper and Envelopes is Correct and the Quality Superfine. 50c Per Box. RENNY 'S DRUG STORE. 4.-.- v t-irtllf The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearing's. ccn-BUtnp- June to-w- lt: a, " ca-d- i jmm C--.. 4BL iy mlmvl JUT ",A V)Pihm&Ki m 1 . t 4 Lan-'lor- 'I y ao-- U FORISALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. ittom.mt& UH&HrfM. t1 ' U- - - ''? THEINTERIORJOURNAL u.'biieli.eiT'u.soia.s-a otss.4 3Tri4a-v- a S2 pKiiYJr.AU i- - .a.:lv.a.:sce charged. iy X FRANKFORT When not so paid JE2. CO will ' THE CI1. Jf. M. A. M. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. at 1:0s a. 2.10 12:00 3:40 1 .No. 3 Arrrlvcsat Stanford Jv'o. I Ix'ates Stanford at Defective Hearts. the most noticeable features of the preliminary examinations of reis that cruits in the volunteer sen-ica vnst majority of those rejected suffer from a weak nction of the heart. It has been roughly estimated that 00 per cent, of the young' men who have been fouml unlit for military service are rejected for this cause. The trouble does not seem to be confined to anyone section, but prevails in all the camps as far separated us those of Maine and As yet there has been no California attempt to discover the cause of this weakness of the central organ of health nnd life. Hut the subject will un doubtedly stimulate general investigaOne of e the onuses fhat have been suggested by unprofessional observers the two most KNOXVILLE DIVISION. prominent are the cigarette habit and excessive bicycle ridjng. It may be 12 3T p w No. 24 Train going North that one or both these causes may con2 41 am " " No. 26 " 12 4 a in tribute to a weak action of the " South No. 25 " heart. 27 ui " N1.23 " They have both become prevalent since For alllPolnts. there was any general physical examEO'JGH TICKETS M)M. HAOOAUE CHECKED TI1KOUOH. ination of young Americans for mil1 J No.21 Arrhesnt ltowlandat 21 Leaes Stanford at in v. tion by the medical profession. Among For any Information enquire ol itary service. JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. AND CINCINNATI. Train leave Frankfort at fi.30 a. m. and r. t., connecting at ficorgetown with J AC and reachParis ing Taris at 8:40 a. m and 5 10 i v. n at'J:20A. m and 5 SO p. m.. connecting at 11 55 eorge-tflw- a. with Q A C. and reaching Frankfort at m. and 7 20 p m JOSEI'H 15. NEWTON, A. G. 1'. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. It is said Alfonso XIII., Spain's boy king, umuses himself by drilling a company of guards in the grounds of the palace, and in one of the apartments are toy models to the extent of a hundred or more of men and officers of the various regiments of the Spanish forces. These are placed In formations by two or three veteran officers and perform sham battles against another crowd of toy soldiers supposed to be Americans, which, of course, have to suffer severe defeat. He has also models of different warships floating in one of the palace lakes, and, in fact, every possible means is being taken to instill into the mind of the royal child that his mission is to defend and some day, If possible, avenge his country. depositing tickets with the joint agent In Washington on or beforo July 12th. This Is your opportunity to vis-i- Philadelphia, New York and the seashore. Low rate side trips can be made from Washington to Old Point Comfort and the seashore. The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has two limited vestluuled trains ench way dally without change. Its scenery Is unsurpassed, Its train service unequalled, and is several hours quickest from all Central Kentucky points "Official Routes" vin than Cincinnati. "A glunee nt the map will convince you." Avoid delays and changes by taking the Chesapsakc & Ohio trains. For sleeping car reservation, or any Information write or call W. Baron your ticket agent, ney, Dls. Pass. Apt., Lexington, Ky. d or-Ge- D. C. On account of the mooting of the National Education- ' al Convention at Washington, D. C, Jula 8th to 15th, the ChesitpoaUo &' Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to,' Washington from till stations in Kentucky on July Ilrd to 0th at one faro good to re plus $2 for the round-trip- , turn until July loth; and subject to an extension of time until August Met by and Eastern Cities. Low Rates to Washington, DR. R. 7"T. PHSLPS, Kentucky. Mi'l'tuni')' Mon A Beautiful HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Present fJ jojiaftMrtcnno&'' AMUcaumv, wjCu -- Stanford, -'- iv Olllce over lllj(i:lii CMf f 3UH0 Of TM'S T ARCH vnu CO M f AW A TA fC L.0 AM A HALF VT Win ikHAIIIt ssk&ssi ; I If ' - m jvf wd.kce vjThiii i"" CI -- ..IfKlll "J.C.rlUQING'IRBROS'C? Mciuuqu. mwpAvtHjLONi FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Fiat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and economy arc true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of three J. T. )Bt It STJTT03ST, - Hustonvillc, Uiidertalcer, Kentucky M hlsKMTlci'j and Cavy oountli emalwNrion Imml to the iwplp nfW'rM I.lnrvlti Full Mm Ic of (.oltlnmml liik Crnter. Manager GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muvillc, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects arc: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The birds arc handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. A. C. SNE, L'KALKK In. IL U M B M M9 SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. erset. Trains pass Junction City a follows4 11 p in 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. I South 3 41am 11 49 am " 4 " No. 3 " 1 3 pm 11 IS am " 6 " No. 6 " " 10 " 6 00 a m 8 o: p m No. 9 " No. 1 doei not slop. No, 2 stops only for passengers from South of Somerset 9 and 10 run no further thau Jtiuction City and 5 and C only to Som- Royal makea the food pure, wholesome and dellcloiM. , tm ijoe:iS6SO'N, Coal, Corn And Hay, Stanforij, Kv., Lant bought the plant recently In at an auction, paying the uniform And POWDER Is Receiving lilN price of 20 cents each for a number of Afeiolutely Pure specimens. They were worth, with Winter Goods. this one exception, just about what Timothy Hay, 50 per en t Corn Chop 70 " " A member of the national guard of was paid for them. Goods Warranted. Ah " " Mixed Hay Chicken Feed Pittsburgh, who has been absent LN&porbu. POYM. IAKIM1 POoOtR CO., M VOR. Fit Guaranteed. " A't Clover Hay Cool Wisconsin Resorts.-Th- e COAL. from the city nearly a year, had been " " Falls ''ranch Lump Give Him a Call. Monon Route via Chicago is the proper Millet .40 wiring his captain at brief intervals ll'erlii. . OQ II line. Write E. II. Bacon, D. V. A., Straw ' " Julllco Lump for a week inquiring anxiously when he 10J A. it. 1.4 .Hit AM. JOHX It. CHILtMA.V. ifiporbu. Jellico Nut " should report for duty. The captain Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph- Feed Oati. 10 " Dealers Iu "Opoi cwt Special prices on both feed and coni in answered bj-- wire several times, but lets, rates and time tables for all re- Shipstutl'... large quantities. the thing got monotonous. When af- sorts in Wisconsin. Minnesota and cheerfully fairs assumed definite shape, he sent Michigan. Information Order Ofllcc and Feed E.xchanjre'ne.ir Railand services of an agent to meet the anxious militiaman, whose name given road Crossln?;. Depot St., Stanford. Kv. was INSURANCE COMPANY John, a brief telegram. Johnny all parties on arrival of trains at LouCoil Yard, Mill St.. lately J. . Hlpgliis Stand. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jan. 1 arrived in the city the next night, and isville and Chicago rendered free. OK LIVERPOOL. c.Miiuueu xne telegram to ins comhis court at .Tnclffi Rrown opened A. S. PRICE, rades. It read: "Johnny, get your Manchester with prayer, but he obeyed gun." Surgeon Louisvillo, Ky., the Biblical injunction to watch as well BHRBEE S: CaSTLEHM. I have decided to adopt the Cash Dentist, A woman I know, says a writer In the as pray, seeing to It that everybody In bvllBVIn:: It will be better for rny customer", M.VNAt.l.lLS, Washington Post, has a brother in camp the temple of justice was disarmed be- as well u niyejf, o beginning' AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Ky. Chickamauga, nnd, fired by the older fore he closed his eyes in supplication at Oommerco .Bailding, Louisvillo. 15 will sell Gash And they do say OOcoover McRoberts' Drug Store lu thelJOwsler women's stories of how we used to send to the powers above. Uiilldlng. The Lndien Uestuurant is Ihe llneM iu Agroti TkTughout the outli. comfort boxes to the soldiers more than that even while praying he kept one Only. Tlio-- c onlng me mtit come forward the city. Every convenience for ladies 30 years ago, she wrote to her brother, optic on the umeu corner. Louisville and settle or their in'counti will be placed spending the day in the city. In W. A. Trlbblo'd hiiniN for collection. yPTTWWg nsking him what he and his comrades Times. Gentlonen's Cafe on olllce lloor. XV. A. I'AltsON Cr.ib Orchard 21 Ixxl AK'Ot- ,"'"" Anuav u utcu uii ilia UUSllUI I'UIIIU A shoemaker says we wear away THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Thursday. It was brief, but full of Stanhord, - - - Kentucky. Manager. 189S. Season meaning to every oHlcer'who has suf- quite two Inches of shoe leather in a jjw Music Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday fered from the modern girl's brass but year. A pair of boots that would "last Kvening to ton craze. "Dear sister," it ran, "send a lifetime" would consequently have GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Co me safety pins. I've just met 35 new be provided with soles from eight to Farmers nine feet thick. : Stanford, : Ky. girls." Dentist,Lnncajlerstreet or stantokh, ky. I nlih to announce that this popular sumOffice on at Resilience. The Order of Maccabees has increas- mer report will 1m ojkhi for the accommodaSpain does not fight to win, says 200,000 00 Pali ap Capital, Judge. Her statesmen are not fools, ed 31,000 since Jan. 1. There are now tion of guesU. 17,603 80 Surplus, tut. cr may be said of her ordinary III 0,000 members. , s. fche lights to prevent revolu Ht iroUiom of lt i barter, deoitnr ire a lleduued rntw during the lirit nionth. fully .ltwl utiiredeisMilor. in .N.ll.mal Hank., Wo are authorized to announce tion nnd save the government nt Mad Kui Information lit regit id to rate, etc., It. .liarolioldtr. Iwlmj lil'l individually liable to rid. Without a fight the government HON. TAS. B. 3IOCREAKY address the exteiit of the aiuouiito' their lk therein at r value tht'rfor, liiaddltioii to tlieauiuunt the T II. WKICillT, would be knocked higher than a kite. I'ENCTKATK? in Kuilitbarra it may act at exrtutor, '' (rub Orchard. Kv. for Con- triittts, Ac ,a. fully n an Indlvlduai Whe;i ihe is whipped in Cuba there will nt M.'uiunn Count r. a candidate District l entrustthue ho imm in the EIGHT GREAT STATES edTendering our thaukitu tnut they have tmitlnuc be peace in Spain. When the people of of Kentucky, ubject to the action of the will their ImmIiich to ui, we a guarantee fur roiiit it to do o, nnd e otter Spain get some knowledge of the power demociatlc party. Kontuekr. Tennesee. Vlrpliilu. Ceorpla. leiitlon to it.iiiieour 'JOyear.' in a lllrnl amimiiMxIattoni utarc couaiitent North and South Carolina. nnd resources of the United States they lth round banWIni;. Ahilmina. HON. G. G. GILBERT, will shout for pence as nrdently as they DIKECTOK1. FOR SALE. new shout forwnr. J.J. Wllllaiin. Ml. Vfruun; Of Shelbv Count v. Is a candidate for New-York though undoubtedly Inrge, compared to the number of American citizens in Spain, for whom no reliable statistics are to be found, Is yet remarkably small. Contrary to a popular belief, fostered by the alarming stories of Spanish spies and sympathizers with which yellow journalism has lately regaled the country, there ore no considerable bodies of Spanish population anywhere in the United States, andourpresentadversary has a smaller proportion of citizens here than any other European country, excepting Turkey. birth in the United States is placed by the late census at C.1S5. This total, al- The number of persons of Spanish Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other ono cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents Itself he Is ready to tako advantage of It. A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels It nnd then ruin his best horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay, besides: one pays out 2.") cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is getting poorer. For sale by Craig . An orchid that was bought for 20 cents was sold for 3730 at the ilower show In Horticultural Hull, Boston. A. Dimock, of Londou, was the purchaser, and W. W. Lant was the seller. That particular orchid had nothing remarkable about Its appearance to the casual eye, but the connoisseur Immediately tirnnonnced it a rare 6ieelincn. Mr. . ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 35 years. MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept TWENTY-TW- O How To Get Them: All pnrcrmsers of three 10 cent or of Klntlc Starch Scent pack-ne(Klnt Iron Hrnml, nr entitled tore, celvrfrom thrlr Rroeer one of thee (lame Plaque free. The plaques will not 1m ent by mnll. They can bo obtained onljr from your nix fire" insurance Insurance Company OF HKOOKLVN. no substitute. rrorer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. This olT r tor n (hurt time only 1 J Caledonian Co., : Insurance & Hocker, Druggists. Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. 01) Scotland. I'OUNUBB 1HOO. R.B MAHONY.Agt, 6 feTAMUllb. KY. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Fall J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. FOR CASH ! 1 LOUISVILLE HOTEL Stanford, dune for ! W. B. W. A. TBIBBLI, Bank&Trast of -- Sbutfiem Railway I cncrnsriE 1898. souths mmi mm. Coiiirre-.-loiia- -- Store Room.& Goods Mori-lan- ei-rif- ine hank-Inval- id Con-ifre- s-. In The present generation has never wit' nessed such an outpouring of the sentiIletween Louisville inn1 the .Kouth. ment of patriotism as the war with B. Fjain has evoked. Xever before have Of Mercer. Is a candidate for DAILY And Dealer in the national colors been ho profusely, for Coiifrre- -. In the Klplith Coiigie-slonEach way between Louisville and Lexington the action displayed in city, town District of Kentucky, subject to HARNESS, SADDLERY,' &C. so universallyXever democratic party. W. A. Tl'It;, O. I' A.. and village. before has the of the Washington. D. C. STANFORD, KY. younger generation of men been so proKOI .SAhi:. Car load at $1.61 for 7 W. II. TAVLOK. A. O. V. A. Also a jrood btook of god' at prime coit. AN) SALT.,l)Ulu-- barrel, foundly stirred by allusions to the Louisville, Ky. Until the house and i;ood are Mild In n WANT aliout cost. country's cause. bulk. I will sell floods for W LA 1 Hall at cent a bushel. ISAAC Tho hoiiso will bo rented cash at the 15th after of 'J lm HAMII.TOK, Itoirlan.l. July and the Roods sold at auction, On the day of the naval battle at of price, Manila there wa.s but one George II. H. KING, ! ! Morelaud Station, Kv. Dewey; now, though only a short time hns elapsed since the news of the vicWe have hod the misfortune to loe our entire ItUUTK. Plant hr tire. We have made tory renched us, there are George Woolen Mill Urge iiumlcr of agenli, which we Inwith a The Hest Line toand I'rom the Deweys in all parts of the country. And tend to fill, and wlili to Inform havepublic that we it in nratlou re rebuilding our Mill Will guarantee the crop of American baby boys so ilrt of July, wi l.rlni? on your All Points In Michigan. If tSShl.L A named shows no sign of curtnilment. to cive you jatHtaitlon. O. C. Phil, Cey CoCO.. TINNING & PLUMBING, , Ky. CHICAGO. Such is the penalty of sudden celebrity. ICY., 'White City Social." Ilest Terminal Station. IwUhtohuya small lanu of Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing Henry Selby, one of the richest men AKJM. K5 to lOi) Acrca. Must be Koo.l and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's LOUIS. fair in West Virginia, died In Shepherds-tow- land and hate Kv. liuirovwucnt. Addrew ' IL Illack Diamond Root Paint. Telephone No. k " llnl.lile. Avoiding tho Tunnel SO, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. in that state, the other day with " II. Ilaughmun&Co.'s Mill BOSTON. the peculiar distinction of never having Wagner Sleenlni;;Cari. slept in any house except the one in which he was born. YORK. We have been accused of selling UuBet Parlor Cjra, Wanner .Sleeping Cars Prlvat Nelson County Sour Mash Whisky MUS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches aud Din An American who left Havana after tnndu by Head .; Ileaur ut i'i per gallon, 30o ing usn, the departure of Gen. Lee says that the iiur ouiirt. 2J; per pint. We will haveBar-to : own up. We have and as we have 15 standing tonst in that town Just befor Be auro your ticket read via "Ilia FOUIt "" left, enough to run us through harrels Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd O. MCCOUMICK, the outbreak of the war was: "To the vest, of itwill still eontlnuo It. Give us a call. WAItltKNJ. LYNCH wo .Frank J. Reed, O. l. A., Chicago. table. Everything Porters TratncMnr., Ass. Geu. PaM.,AJ'Ul V. II. HALL. Uepectfully, 80 E. II. Uacon, D. 1. A., Louisville. Ky patriot who blew up the Maine." meet all train?. Stanford, Ivy. 07 cixciNNAri;oiiio. the F.iglitli ConfrreMioiiul DUtrlctof Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic p'arty. In UNDERTAKER! HON. J. TH03IPSON, al A liou-- e and lot lu Matlon, the alnbulldluffOoby JO, twoMorle, IiIkIi. up-- j lieT tory lined tip'for luelllni;, .suitable for small fitmllv aiid a side buiidlii'' It bv 00 nhed, well com crlbi, svaru room and arrangoil for a KCiicialHtoic, have been from $15,000 to 20,OUU worth of Roods aniiuiillv, otfered for :tle. 1 QloQmnn Thrnilflll OlUcpillli Pnfn ii'UUyii Udl O WlllUm liooch, h J. Ihnliry, J. K. I.yiui, J. N. Menelee. J. S Owjley.ljr., W. II. CuwiuliK, I'rvacher.vllle; J. A. W. CaiK'iiler; J. I. II. Ow.ley, S II. Shank., Ca.1 . sell-lii- fT THIiEE TRAINS orriciRS. S. II. Shanks, President; J II. OKley f'a.hler, XV, M. llrlght cllur PRICE, $1,2G0 l FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAhTOUD. KY. TAKE THE tirnnim n 1 Capital Steele 5100,000. Surplus, 515.750 FIRE FIRE MONON con-trac- ts J. T Jones, BIG 4 ST. TOLEDOAND DETROIT jo-- lt The Popular Route to STANFORD, ncniir " I n, V-'l 'Jl-- tf CHICAGO. NOTICE Iour-Vcar-O- ld Mason Hotel Kentucky. s. firot-clns- Attention o( the public is railed to the fact that tills Is the only .National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions ol tho National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability (or an amount eiiialin the stock so that depositors of Ibis a fund ol S.1,0,000. l'ive sworn statements of tho condition ol the Hank are made year to tho United States (ioverumrut aud IU each assets are examined ul stated times by got eminent agents, thus securing additional and vrlei't silet; to depositors, This Institution originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in IMS, then reorganlied aa the National Hank ofStanlord lu MCA audagaln reorganized as the I'lrst National Hank of Stanford in IBS.', nas nail practically on unuuerrupicsi existence for 3.1 years. It is letter supplied now wit", tacllltlea for traiitavllng business promptly and liberally than bver before in lis long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals solicited. r NEW lncnster, F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris. J. S. Hocker, "' XV. P. Walton DIKICTORS. J. W. Hayden, Stanford S. II. lluughnian, M. J.H.Colller.CrabOreh'd M, D.KImore, Stanford. I T, P. Hill, W. A. Trlbble, J. Miller, Mt.'Vernon. iSW- i - . orriCBRS. PresldMitT J J Mcltob iris 'Caahl McKlnney, AbtautCasidiT .lilWM'.H. l'M'lWt1 mm,' u.yi'M