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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898062101 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. XXVI 1. Y NEWS IN INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 21 1898. NO. 31 THE VICINAGE. MATRIMONIAL CHURCH CHATTER. . el MATTERS. Tho salvation army has opened u bo-iat Ml! West JotTorron, Louisville,, which furnishes u good bed for 10 cents a night. Dr. W. II. Felix wai reelected mod. orator of the Baptist General Assoclu-tloIn susalon at Hnpklnsvlllo. It Is tlio "1st session of the body, which now represents 2,101 ehurohos, and 2.)0,701 members. Rev. W. T. Corn, one of ilic best and most favorably known ministers of the Chrintlan church In Central Kentucky, died at llarrodsburg of heart disease last week, aged 03. He used to preach n j Her. Nathan (Jul ion, of Richmond, E. N. Ingram, county attorney of Heavy rains since Friday have thorwas overcome by heat while returning Hell, and Miss Meers were married nt oughly saturated the earth here and from cliurch and Is in a critical condi- Woodbine Thursday. vegetation seems to have taken on new tion. Reuben Douny has been appointed ' 25,000 SOLDIERS FIN t postmaster at Denny, Waynj; county, and W. B. Sears at Sprucebnrg, Whitley county.. at Klngsvlllo. Hov. W. A. Foster's meeting at the Christian church at Ilustonvlllo closed adSundny night. There were much good ditions to the church and was done Its member. Mr. Foster made many friends during lib sojourn 30-od- d " there. C.T. U. presented The Kentucky W. a costly silver dlnnorsot to Miss Christine Bradley, daughter of the Governor, because she christened the battleship Kentucky with water Instead of whisky. The presentation was at Frankfort. Hov. W. K. Gales, of Hoanoko, Va., wlio is to hold a two weeks' meeting at the Proabytorlan ohurcb, preached his lint sermon Sunday morning and croa-Ui- d a most favorable impression. Services will be held dally at 0:10 A. M. amcudmanl to the constitution of the General Association of Baptists Is. recommended by the Recorder: "That no messengers b received from any churches which retain in their membership members who buy und drink Intoxicating liquors as beverages; and that the board be forbidden to receive any money from such churches, or from churches which retain in their membership liars or or men of Impure lives; alto our board be forbidden to receive that money from such churches." By a vote of 170 to 2 the State Baptist Association adopted resolutions condemning the recent action of tho trustees at Norfolk, Va., of the South Uaptlst Theological seminary In retaining President W. M. Whltsltt, and so long as Dr. refusing to Whltsltt Is retained. A committee of live was appointed to present these resolutions to tho next Southern Bap-tlconvention and ui gc on th.it body adoption of the projxwltton of Dr. the H. H.Carroll, of Texas, for a general withdrawal of recognition and support lo and 7:10 P.M. Tim ffillmvltif John Mellorn and a party of friends watched for thieves at Dig Hill, near Richmond: A pitched battle onsued and Mellorn was painfully shot. The thieves left their goods, a wagon, a hat and a coat. The Richmond Register says that e Dr. D, L. Fry's at Kirks-vlll- e was robbed and upon the strength of It he has purchased a pair of bloodhounds to run down future depredators. J. T. Yoris says ho walked 1,000 miles Tuesday In Lincoln county and succeeded In selling $.1,000 worth of threshing machines. He says he sold $2,000 worth of machines In Garrard county lust week. Hurgln Messenger. John Mason Martin, who represented the Hlrmlugham (Ala.; District twice in Congress, died at Howling Green. He was on the way homo from a virlt to his slater In Danville, but was taken sick and soon became unconscious. A fearful story of depravity comes from Harrodsburg. William Nuckois was tried on two warrants for criminal assault and hold in default of $1,000 bond. The women arc sisters, aged 16 and 1, and aro stepdaughters of Nuck-olHe testified that 12 years ago, while a resident of Garrard county, he married bin present wife, who wa wid- meat-hous- Thos. Wooldrldge, aged 17, and Miss Lucy Hays, 1, eloped from Chicago to Milwaukee and were married. H. Luebhlnt; and Miss Ida Bash, of Somerset, eloped to Chattanooga and were made husband and wife. Frank Hoover, of Wellsvllle, Iowa, left his wife because she spent too much of her time at sewing society. Thomas Reynolds, of Salem, Ind., while hugging his wife bioke whom he had not seen for several mouths. William Grant Cooke, of Harrodsburg. and Miss Rattle Morris, of Bur- gin, drove to Danville at midnight and were married. Harry G. Tandy, city editor ol the Paducah Evening News, will he married June 20th to Miss Elizabeth a Paducah belle. John Knott, a soldier, got a lurlougn to go to Minneapolis to marry Emma Oakland, a barber, but she refused to shave him and ho killed her. 1 hi-ar- m We ordo"d to Cuba at Once. Tne Schley (Sly Spindron will clve the Spaniards a life and Is growing rapidly. .Surpii.se. How happy these soldiers would he if they could Born, to the wife of W. D. Gooeh. a hee the elegant Hue of girl, June Kith. This is the first born of our relative, and, of course. Is "the only baby in town." Wheat harvest Is on us and the good Especially our 510 Suits, and have their SUITS CLEANED and PRESSED before old farmer U looking forward to the going into action. early grasping of that, coveted dollar -i &for each bushel of the cereal he may have to sell. Smut Is said to show free- All goods Guaranteed to keep their Shape. We have no such complaints as buttons ly in some crops. corning off or misfits. Miss Mary G. Bibb Is visiting at WIN more. Mike Cossac, who has been clerking for Jacob Hummelsteln for No. KY. several weeks, has quit and returned to his home In Danville. Alvin Burton is :- : -- slowly improving and hopes to be out -! UJ again. Mrs. Lucy Marlow is rapidly falling with lung trouble. Mrs. Maria McKInney, who has been dangerously ' Ought to cost no more than wrongly made shoe?. Thev don't here. III, Is said to be much Improved. Mrs. i) Is partly getting the Helen Pullman, of Washington City, It CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS AND SHOES NEICKWEIAR. DANVILLE, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone - x6. fcj'- I :v. i, JWH Jade In - SJpocs j K. a is visiting relatives here. 1 s. ow Johnson, without having boon di- st so long as Dr. Whltsltt Is connected with the Seminary. KENTUCKY. 17. It has ClUCKAMAlMA, Juno rained every day since the "torrent" of Sunday and tho soldiers wade In mud Till-- : SECOND now Instead of dusU The boys of Co. L. are rejoicing o"or boxes of good things received from Kentucky. I was tho recipient of a box Saturday and I know what It Is to have something good after living hard for a long while. The boys of the Second Kentucky wore vaccinated Monday and sore arms aro already making their appearance In camp. Tuesday each Boltfler got an eight cent cut of star tobacco, a proscnl from Llggott & Myers. llrm Is giving each Tho American soldier an eight cent cut of s:ar plug. Tho tobacco was received with cheers, "Whosu all Bight?' and thou, "Llggott fc Myers Is all Hlght." Yo have had soveral scraps In camp, but fortunately none has ever been used up. One of tho boys In Co. H. used a bucket over the head of a corporal and received 120 hours In the guard house and the sum of $. will be deducted from his wages. One of the Frankfort boys got on a "whizz" and spout his money a llttlo too freely and had to carry a good size log from 0 o'clock until taps 0:1.1. Tho latest tip in that wo go to Porto Illco. Twelve regiments will go and the Second Kentucky is the 11th best drilled rcglmout at Camp Thomas. It Is not known when wo will leave, but just as soon as equipped. Yo will bo supplied with guns in about a week or 10 days. The boys want to go to the Phlllpplno Islands, but thoy will hardly get to go. The health of tho soldiers is very good. Ono of Company C. died Thursday at the hospital. Uefore his death ho called his captain by his side and told him In a hours he would bo in the silent beyond and that ho wished his body to bo taken back home and laid under tho well-know- n blue-gras- s. Clakkxck Coleman'. IU:sokts.-TI- io Motion Route via Chicago la tho proper line. Writo E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphlets, rates and tlmo tables for all resorts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and , Cool Wisconsin oheorfully Michigan. Information services of an agent to meet given and all parties on arrival of trains at Louisville and Chicago rendered free. Doncella won the Hotel Handicap at Latonla Saturday. vorced from two other women whom he had married, one of whom now lives in Casey county. Ho admitted criminal relation with the oldest stepdaughter for seven years, forcing her to consent 40,- by placing a pistol at her head and threatening to kill her If she refused. He stated also that he had treated the the truth. 14 year old girl as he had done her to of the wife older sister. Too evidence have ever seen. Window Shades, Picture Frames and a The finest and cbeapest-yo- u BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. and her two daughters was so shocking large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine before buying. that the spectators threatened to hang William S. Frank, of Mays-vlllthe prisoner, and the court room was CALL FOR MASS CONYENTION is dead aged 00. cleared for fear the threats would bo No. 300 Main Street. N. W. MAY, Clehk. Telephone No. 124. Ashbury Mills, a Newport, Ky., Necarried out. The wife and two daugh- TO SELECT DELEGATES TO CONGRES- gro was hung at Vienna, Ga., for murSIONAL CONVENTION. ters lostltlod that Nuckols had forced In obedience to the order of the ex- der. his own daughter, Martha, aged nine FRESH LINE OF- John Thurman cut and fatally woundecutive committee, I hereby call a mass years, to submit to him. convention of the democrats of Lincoln ed John Weber at a picnic near in Stanto assemble at the court-hous- e Whkki: Tot'UtSTS Will Go. By ford 2 I'. M., The wife of Clark Howell, editor of at standard time, Satur land and Lake to Northern reports. day, July 0th. to select delegates to a' the Atlanta Constitution, died after six Michigan with her Mackinac, Charlo district convention to be held at Dan- - days illness. volx, Petoskey, Hay Yiow, Wequetou-sin- g Near Weaver's Store, Tunn., Harry a vine, Jiuy which and other retreat?, candidate for Congress win nominate - ' Johnson, a white boy, was kicked to in the Sth dig where tho weather is always cool, will trict. The basis of representation will doalh b' n NeS-- named Bussell. be the Mecca of Kentucky tourists this Gov- - Bradley has fixed July 1.1 for be one delegate for every 100 votes and Summer. Large numbers from Louis- a delegate every fraction over 50 thu execution of Clarence Vinegar at for ville and interior points in the Slate votes for the leadlngdemocratic elector Georgetown. He killed his wife. and from Indiana have already planned In fluU0s Kuell. the last of the mob the hist National election. through Mr. K. H. Hacon, of the Mo' The said executive committee fixed nu'l ,01' Miung oiu man iiowton Call And See Me. non Route, for accommodations on the this qualification for voters: All per- and son in Caldwell county, was given line steel ship, "Manltou,'.' which loaves sons who voted for tho Bryan electors 21 years. Chicago throa times a week for those George Pearson, colored, for murder, at the last National election, and who points and is Inllnitely the most deare qualified voters at the time of the was hanucd at Jackson, Tenn., Friday. lightful trip offered this season. The muss conventions herein provided for The fall failed to break his neck and j' rates for this incomparable voyage are are held, or will be such at the next he struggled for 40 minutes. no greater than by all rail, but so much Frank Bogart, of Elllsburg, Ind., succeeding election: all democratic pleasanter that vacations will be doub- youth-- ' who will be eligible to vote shot and fatally wounded his wife while at ly enjoyed by those making tho selecfor such election, us well as such other per- in a scuttle with his brother-in-lation. sons of democratic faith who by their the possession of the weapon. Mr. Johnson A. Young, of Mt. SterWilliam Moore, ntrcil 71 years, of participation In such mass conventions Hoone county, Kentucky, has. lain In herein named and who shall thereby ling, celebrated his Dlst birthday with . bad for 0.'1 years. When about nine claim themselves obligated to support a dinner. Among his guests was Judge years of age his spine was Injured by a the nominee of the district convention B. J. Peters, 9H years of use. This a hard thing to do Gov. Bradley says the companies fall from a horse, producing partial pa- shall t)e entitled to participate. which joined, the regular army are no ralysis and rendering him helpless for .1. E. Caiisox, Clun'n. longer members of the Kentucky State relife. Ills mind was a blank until Low Hatksto Washixutox, D. C. Guard, and have been mustered out. cently, when Ills memory returned and he can distinctly recall and relate inci- and EasiTKUX Citibs. On account of Nino of the 10 prisoners confined in dents and events of .10 yoars or more the meeting of the National Education- tho Bullitt county jail escaped Satur ago with wonderful accuracy, and al Convention at Washington, D. C, day night, and are now fugitives. Two Hut you can be comfortable and cost you but little, a surprising strength of mind Juls Sth to 1.1th, the Chesapeake !c or three are charged with murder. 1 and Intellect for one of his age and Ohio Ky. will sell round trip tickets to At Mollne, Kans., Mrs. John P. SawWashington from all stations In Ken- yer has been shot and killed dy her condition. tucky on July Ilrd to 0th at one faro husband, who mistook her for a burThe Prison Mirror, published in the plus $2 for the round-trip- , good to re Minnesota Penitentiary, says: "Why turn until July 1.1th; and subject to an glar. Mrs. Sawyer had arisen and stepped onto the rear porch. Sawyer, who is it, that from tho til's t inception of extension of tlmo until August Ulst by our paper until the present time we depositing tickets with the joint agent is prominent, may lose his mind. Five Negro men were lynched near have never had an editor sojourn in our lu Washington on or before July 12th. Luster Coats at $1.50. Magnificent line of midst. Other professions have been This is your opportunity to visit Phila- Wetumpka, Ala., for the alleged murff.Y well represented; of preachers wo have delphia, New York and the seashore. der of Mr. and Mrs. Cardcn and an old ii. had enough to furnish subsistence to Low rate side tripe can be made from man named Carlee. The irovernor oran African chief for a year; doctors In Washington to Old Point Comfort and dered out troops, but they got to tho r: .UJ Straw Hats from 21c to 12. Look at them sutllclcnt number to depopulate a state, the seashore. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio scene too lute. I Frank B. Converse, of Louisville, has and enough lawyors to establish a fair Ry. has two limited vestlouled trains I sized colony in hades, but editors not each way dally without change. Its invented a typesetting machine. It difI. ono." scenery Is unsurpassed, Its train service fers from tho linotype, as It sets up ag in Individual type, instead of mold-lulino fin JUST SIXTEEN. This is tho title of unequalled, and is several hours quickIt, and nlso has an automatic spacer a musical production by Mrs. Rosalind est from all Central Kentucky points or "justifier," which sets a lino any "Olllclal Routes" via Nesbltt, of Mt. Vernon, who has our than length desired. "A glance at the map will thanks for a copy. Tho words aro by Cincinnati. Prof. Haunt, sf tho Nicaragua Canal Ira M. Boswell and those who kuow convince you." Avoid delays and Commission, was before the Senate say that tho combination is a very at changes by taking tho Chesiipsake & committee on the Nicaragua Canal FriOhio trains. For sleeping car resertractive one. vation, or any Information writo or call day. He expressed the opinion that on your ticket agent, or Geo. W. Bar- tho canal as proposed was entirely feaCHEAP RATES ON Q. & C. ney, Dls. Pass. Agt., Lexington, Ky. sible, and placed the cost of construct. rurnMicd ou New or Old Vehicles. Play Ball. Reds vs. Washington Mr. P. Kcteham, of Pike City, Cal., ion at between 190,000,000 and $91,000,-00Cincinnati, Sunday, Juno 20, Queen & says: "During my brother's lato sickThe Grand Lodgo of white Masons at Crescent Route. Ask Ticket Agents ness from sciatic rheumatism, Champarticulars. Excursion ut usual low berlain's Pain Balm was the only rem- Seattle, Wash., recognized Negro for lodges and their authority to confer rates from Junction City. edy that gavo him any relief." Many 53th Annual Convention Kentucky others have testified to the prompt re- Masonic degrees. The recognition Is Christian Missionary Convention, Mt. lief from pain which this llnimont af- limited to Negro lodges holding charSterling, June 202a. Annual Sessiou, fords. For sale by Craig & Hoeker, ters from the Grand Lodges of EngDruggists. land. This Is tho first recognition of I. O. G. S. and D. of S., Keene, June M. E. District Conference, by u majority of Negro Masonry by any fraud jurisdicHartford went dry 6k :U) Saturday. tion In the United States. Church, Louisville, July The average duiation of marriage In England Is 2 years, in France and Germany 20. Russia 110, while there is a dispute In Chicago as to whether it is 20 or 110 minutes. Eugene H6ge, teller of the State National Hank of Frankfort, und a nephew of Col. Charles E. Hoge, and Miss Mayme Morris, daughter of distiller Richard Morris, were married in Cincinnati. Capt. Phil B. Thompson, aged 7S, u hero of two wars, and a distinguished criminal lawyer, the father of Candidate for Congress John B. Thompson, was married at Harrodsbiirg to Mrs. Allle Davis, a widow, aged 10, at her residence. Tne hrlde can hardly be called a widow. Her former husband Is in the penitentiary for life for poisoning a man to get his life Insurance, and the old captain defended him. Afterwards he sought a divorce for the wife, which was granted last your, wnen It was said he was to marry her at once. The bride Is very handsome. One of the most substantial citizens of South Fork told us this, Monday morning, that whisky was being sold at a house otherwise not of good repute in that neighborhood and that the movements of certain citizens of this section were be'ng watched with Intel est by parties who mean to see that the guilty ones are made to sutler for tho disgrace they are heaping on the good people of South Fork. The adjourn-- I 1 i The Right Foot The Right Shoe. 3 And partly having the right shoe. When we buy shoes we use all our senses. We buy as well as we know how. We buy makes whose makers tand by their work. We aro always desirous of pleasing our customers and believe we can please you. Let us try. We carry 11 Hats. Collars and Cutis, Trunks and Valises. J ST OALDWELL & LANIBR,S The Leading Shoe and Furnishing Rouse, DA5TVILLS, KY. r vvir.-.'-- v T.VT I.T.T V .T."SVV!T.vysvr Mk MtavVv i mmm w mmm-- 4 r& a :V fl ment of the late grand jury is thought m. to have been a little premature since Ly some matters of importance to the pub7-Jblic good appears not to have been reached. It should be' remembered, however, that even the solemn oath adMake your homes cheerful ? ministered by a grand juryman In his stern olllclal capacity will not mako a willful liar tell tho plain truth. Mark the man that lies to you Ir. ordinal y conversation, and "write it In your Has constantly on hand every thing to make your houes clean and beautiful. 000 to hat" that he will lie to you on the witness stand, if it doesn't suit him to tell '..' -- mmr v".m mm " ' A. E. GIBBONS 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, A. E. Gl ox-may- e, BBONS, Danville, -- Shop-herdsvlll- e. tn, well-know- Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. MARK I Every Thing Way Down. HARDIN, ( STANFORD. w 1 i i KEEP COOL I These Hot Days, Linen Suits At $2.50 To $4. H. cs I '. . Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. lii J. McROBERTS. H d RUBBER TIRES 0. There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAREN 2S-H- 0. 0. SON. . I, nothing but bacon and beans and hard are capable of recolving and accommotack without chango and that 12 horses dating dally, 20,000 cattle, 20,000 sheep CHOSK.V IMIESIDENT OP THE PHILIP- on his transport had died from heat. and 120,000 hogs. PINES. The harvest season is now on all over Rear Admiral Dewey reports from June 21. 1S9S THOOPS NOW THOUGHT TO HE LAND- Cavite, under dato of Juno 12, that the the State. Binding twine has advancStanford. Ky.. ING at Santiago. insurgents have practically surrounded ed 100 porcent. in the past two months. Manila and have taken 2,500 Spanish Tjiis is duo to the Manila blockade as 1IACIC TRACKS. CADIZ FLEi:T W. r. WALTON. prisoners. Thep do not intend to take well as to the harvest season. Chicago, June 20. A cable to the city at present. Refugees occupy Clurg Johnson sold 13 steers to Len- the Record says that Agulnaldo 12 merchant vessols in the bay by ard Bros, at 4 conts. They weighed This week promises to be big with was elected president of the PhilDewey's permission. Thoy aro guard-e.- l 700 pounds. W. J. Hanna bought of O. of invasion was to events. The army ippine republic, lie doos not opseven being F. Meredith 72 mountain shoop, with by neutral have arrived off Santiago de Cuba Sunpose American protection and occuin the harbor. Capt. General August! 55 lambs thrown in nt SI.U5 a head. day and although no news to that effect pation. favors surrendering, but has been over- Burgln Messenger. has been received, it is thought that Washington, June 'JO. Commoruled Tillo, son of Leoiiatus. won the Sufortishort work was made both of the dore Watson telegraphs that BlanThe United States Is now construct burban at Sheepshoad Bay Saturday. fleet. Sampfications and the Spanish co states that the government at lug five immense battle ship-- . They defeating the great Ornament, who son was to have employed a part of . Madrid refines to exchange s are all to be the was behind the money. Semper Ego Sunday in reducing MorroCistle. after ships, with steel hulls. Each will have was second and Ogden third. Distance he had learned of the removal of Hob Washington, June 20. Army a displacement of 11,525 tons, which Is li miles; time 2:0SL The race was son and his men. The landing of the and Navy are confident that Shatheavier than war vessels now owned worth 810,000 to the winner. troops was to have been at Bacquiri, ter has arrived off Santiago and by this Government, and each will be McCarley & Lawson and B. F. Robshell and the fleet to protect them with that debarkation is now in proof 10,000 horse power. The Kentucky inson have bought and are now receivCubans to prevent atshrapnel and the gress. and the Kearsargo will each have a ing in this county about 2,500 spring We intend making this sale the greatest lurguin giving oiler in tack from the interior. The report Washington, June '20. The main battery of 22 guns, and the Illinois lambs at prices ranging from S'l to JU.50 this vicinity. We have already been discovered by the bargain ever attempted city seekers of tliN that Hobson and his men are dead is government has a dispatch that Alabama and Wisconsin will each have per head. Tho lamb this season are nnd county but we propose to startle tho country with wonderfully cheap selling not believed, unless they were murderCadiz fleet has returned to Spanish a main battery of IS guns. unusually good, averaging from SO to during this sale. ed, for Sampson would permit no shot port. 90 jwunds. Lancastor Record. long as they to be fired at Morro, as ADDITIONAL LOOAL. warIcToes. Russell & Co.. shipped 100 hogs to were kept there in order to prevent Cincinnati and sold out at J.'t S5 a hunthe destruction of the Castle. Already $391,000,000 has been asked Circuit Court. John Edmlston The Insurgent leaders proclaimed for on accountof thewar, and the fight- was glren a judgment against W. A. dred: also 15 cattle which brought from 2$to4i cents, and a double decker of the independence of the Philippines ing has hardly begun. Carson, executor of Arch Carson, for and a disDatch yesterday said that J. H. Baughman & Co., told us that $170, with lOpercentfrom April, 1ST I, to Minus mat were sold at 0 and 0 cents. president. they have increoscd the capacity of the his death In June, 1S97, and 6 per cent, They claim that they lost 20 on the Agulnaldo had been elected shipment. Harrodsburg Democrat. This has created much conjecture as to grist mill 500 bushels a day. since, with some minor credits. J. F. We propo-- e to give kway to our customers, absolutely free of charge, in addition The Barbourvilio Fair which does consequences as it the purpose of the James T. Gatewood, stenographer to Holdam secured judgment against 1'. to our already low price- a va'tuble and useful premium with every f 10 or f'Jft this government now to make a mili- Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, was killed by light- M. and Clara Conder for $1,000, pur- not hold its exhibition until Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 and 2, is already distributary possession of the islands and des- ning at Jacksonville, Fla., Sunday. chase price of house and lot in Crab ting its catalogues. The premiums arc govignate Gen. Merritt as military The president has appointed Henry Orchard. The grand jury failing to Agulnaldo has V. Boynton, the noted Washington indict Rev. A. M. Lambert, he was re- fairly liberal and there are from three ernor. So far, however. to five races each day. J. S. Miller is with Dewey and the dis- correspondent, a brigadier general. leased from bond. Charles Brown, a president and W. W. Tinsley, seeretn- says he will not oppose Ameripatch The war has developed the fact that Negro, was indicted for cruelty to ani- ry. can protection and occupation. a private In the Fifth Ohio Regiment mals. Oscar Singleton and Bud Since the first of tho year Mr. Will-iamhas for his captain a man who was once were fined $35 each for breach Loughridge has bought about The war is over for the present and his coachman. of peace. 2,300,000 pounds of hemp nt various One big lot of Calico, blue figured, led Yard wide hemp carpet lie unthe army of invasion of Clay county Yanoy Carter, the revenue officer, The trial of the suit for $2,000 dama- prices. His latest and largest single light and fancy, 31c yd. 3 I ynrd wide licmpcnrct Ve, der that gallant general, Walter S. will raise a company of Southern moonges against the Danville and Huston-- 1 purchase win from Mr. George Webb, Lndiejt' Summer Corsets. IMc, Few roll malting to eloo 10c. Forrester, has returned home without shiners. The sentences of several haye villa turnpike by John Bailey occupied from whom he purchased 1(10,000 pounds Apron chock Ginghams 3Jc. Floor oil cloth ISc. the loss of a man. Their mission was been modified so they may join. the court three days and was not decid-- i nt a price slightly over $1 jer long Dig lot new yard wide Hronl at Co. Table oil cloth I2o. successful so far as getting the leaders "Between the battlefield and the har ed till Saturday when the jury brought1 hundred. Lexington Leader, Lot Nauvcaute Crepon cut to 6c to close Ladles' sleevelet vost, Jc or 9 for lOo, d feud indicted and of the vest field," truthfully remarks the in a verdict for $725. The horse driv-- 1 Nelson. Morris Lot Lawn?, ic. Heavy Urown Cotton 1c Co , who bought Put hooks and eyes roduoud 6 to !to. lodged in jail. Tom and Howard BaKansas City Journal, "there is a pre- en by Mrs. Bailer scared at a pile of nnd fed the s nt Athortonrille, Checked Cotton only 1c. Whale Hones 5c doz. ker were indicted for the murder of cious men rocks on the sido of the pike and ran La Rue coanty, shipped 21 car loads of little excuse for Cotton in blue S i' ladies' and Ihwe oo. Deputy Sheriff White and being denibeing idle these days." off overturning the buggy and throw- fed cattle lat week. The Yard wide Wenched Cotton U. Moil's Jlnlliriggnii shirts 20e; two for Mo ed bail took a change of venue to Knox A resolution has been Introduced In ing her out. breaking he arm. parties who fed this slop will realise a Hope Cotton ft Mun'n I'orcaJ soft boiH shirt, dtflaah-abl- e county and were taken to jail at Bar Congress transferring Lieut. Hobson to John Herzog, a German, was before net profit of HQ per bond, and they fed Scrim, Jim the thing for curtains, onlv colhr, ISc bourville by the troops. J. B. Howard, ' v the line, with the rank of Lieutenant the court yesterday to answer to a dl- - 850 rattle, making thoir not profits 3c as long a it lasts. Madrh Cloth Shirt, dotnelwblo cellar, county assessor was indicted for the ' Commander, and extending the thanks vorce suit tiled by his wife for cruel $17,000 in five months of feeding. Six feet window Bhndo only 10c. soil hooui. cutis to match OSc. worth II. murder of the father of the Baker boys of Congress to ofllcer and crew. treatment and was assessed SlOa month l'rior to 1S5U Virginia was the great and his case transferred to Laurel. He Iusurgent General Castillo says there to help support her till the next court. est tobacco producing suite, the annual 'Tlirti.rt nfH llO fl rtnll in rvtvvs Vt.ttl E1T100 pairs of Ladies' and Mis.,' Shooa put on itaignin Counter to bo closed out Rlc 12000 Spanish troops at Santiago, He could not speak English much and yield being 123,000,000 txunds. The t 75c. They aro i nf hn.Miftf fm- thn thp h,,t .... ... ... w. UWw worth from f 1.35 to J2 per pair. vw 12,000 at Manzanillo, and 5,000 at an interpreter had to be sworn, but the prosent yield of Virginia is, approxitroubles are at an end, unless the Howand as many more along the lines old man evidently understood tl e mately, only 50.000.000 pound per ards get a posse of their Harlan county of railroad entering Santiago. judge's decision by the ferocity in anum. Succeeding the civil wnr Kenrelatives, ride to Barbourville and The blockade of Havana has been which he answered "No" to the ques- tucky took first place in tobacco, and the Bakers, as theSizemores greatly weakened by the withdrawal of tion whether he did or not. . hold it with an annual yield of upward were taken off several years ago. IS warships to convoy the invading John Welch, a Negro boy, was of 225,000,000 iounds. T. D. KVNLY, Manng-- r for fear of a phantom ship. liar- - quitted yesterday of a foul offense, The Louisville Critic Is a little preLANCASTER, ana is known to be recelrlng food sup- Edmond Lllhml, who shot Groen mature in the announcement that Daviliranch store nt Fan's, Carlisle, M t. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lawrenceburi:. son has been renominated for Congress. plies, in all probability by blockade Hansford, another colored man, lust ine uirnpiKCs guarus tinv been re ana, Versailles, Eminence, (ieort;elow Ivuiihetiituwii. Frankfort MiiurkiKirt.Cvnthii Intl. February, and ran off, but was captur- leased iroin duty. is likely he will be, however, and is runners. It Of the second body of volunteers call- ed recently in Somerset, was tried yesmore than likely that he will be the II. E. Hutrhos came down from Louised for 43,000 will be used its tillers and terday and given one year in the pen. worst Taylored man In November that ville Sunday and spont the day with 32,000 be organized Into new companies, ever ran for office, especially if his parents. POLITICAL POINTS. is made the democratic stand- battalions and regiments. Congressman Claude lloyston after four years' abColson has a cinch on the colonelcy of ard bearer. sence came home to see his parents S. J. Shackelford clerk of the Court the one additional regiment ullotted to of Aopeals has appointed Win. McGof-tln- , Sunday. He is connected with the firm The primaries in the 10th failed to Kentucky. of Harrodsburg, one of his depu- of Spragne Warner & Co., Chicago. be of a sufficiently decissive nature to Estrella battery, the most potverful The examining trial of Win, Wren, Congress, but it of Santiago's defenses, was wrecked by ties. fix the nomination for Dr. John D. Clardy says he has the man accused of tollgate raiding, is thought that Fitzpatrick, the pres- the Oregon, which sent a shell into the ent incumbent, or Sublett will be chos- - magazine and exploded it. Guns were enough of Congress and will stop aside. was held Friday. The evidence was very en at the convention at West Liberty, elevated so that shells were lifted over He thinks that H. D. Allen will be his damaging against Wren, Ollio Torrlll swearing positively that ho win thu Thursday. There are four candidates) the ridge 300 feet high and dropped successor. Look out for this announcement on man who shot nt him. Wren was adand Ihey are tolerably well bunched. into the town and harbor Tn tho "PliUtnlno Tlfinila tlioro line the war board bulletin: "Relief of the mitted to bail in the sum of J500,which The Thompsons do not appear to be- been a heavv license fee for nutting in starving reconcentrados postponed un- - he gave, with Dwight Woods as surety. The alibi, which Wren endeavored to lieve In primary elections. John B. a crop, without reference to returns for til after the rainy season and the con- establish, was very weak, opposed one In this Congressional race his only the labor; und men who are not able to gressional election. Louisville Times. witnesses being oOpercwt Corn Chop 70 " " two small boys, who Timothy Hay, and when "Old Phil" was asked last Col. P. B. Thompson. Sr., told an pay their tuxes are sold out and Mixed Hay " Chicken Feed 45 were bidly rattled on the witnoss year about his proposed marriage and 25 per bu. their assets do not meet the Enquirer man, that the recent candid- stand. While we would bo dead sure Clover Hay, ' " If". COAL. the objection on the part of his chilacy of Mr. Crutcher, of Jessamine, will exhorbitant demands of Spain. 10 " " Falls ilrnnch Lump wo have tho right man before we mete Millet Is said to have answered, ''If dren he lljperbu. benefit his son, John B. Thompson, in out punishment, If The havoc wrought by Jellico Lump Wren Is guilty, he Straw I marry there will be no primary elec- at Santiago has evidentlythe Vesuvius the 0J " " race for Congress in caused the I5perbu. Jellico Nut , should be male an example of, and Feed Oatj... tion." io " Spaniards to deserttheir guns by night, the Eighth District. 70 por cwt Special prices on both feed and ooal in these midnight marauders and would-b- e Sliipstuir THE question of which shall pay tho as when the St. Louis put in within 300 iHrge quantities. assassins should be taught that tho UND AND STOCK. stamp tax on checks, the banks yards of shore Friday night and spent lawn of this country are not to be brokor drawer, has been decided in favor of some time trying to secure the Kinge-th- e for July at en by them with impunity. Wheat dropped to 2c banks in several parts of the State; ton cable not a shot was fired. Chicago Saturday. young audit is likely that the meeting of After Santiago is taken, the Hying) Georee T. Wood sold in Cincinnati Ed H. Sparks, a man of Nicholasville, died yesterday. Dan- - squadron, under Schley, is to be reor-vill- o tho bank officers of this sect'on ac last week 110 slop cattle at 21 to He. inree railroad men were Killed and will also decide that the ganized and make a dash atthoCana-- j Mazo, an outsider, won tho Harold two Injured in a wreck on the Norfolk ries and the Spanish coast in order to' drawer shall pay for tho stamp. Stakes at Latonla. Billy House was and Mtorn newr oanoke, Vii. uiutK uu) uituiisivu luuvuiuuiib ui iumu- - second and Judge Tarvin third. The McCreary men are very largely ra's squadron, which is at or near The Anderson News says Judge F. in the majority in Lincoln county and Carthagena, in the Mediterranean. Ii. Feland has a turkey gobbler that Is while thoy propose to take no snap Blanco positively refuses to exchange judgment on any body they do not in- Hobson and his gallant crew and Samp hatching out a brood of turkeys. s tend to bo caught napping. They will son and Shafter have been instructed Duke of Denmark, Bales & be here on the 9th of July from Dan to to send a ilag of fine stallion, dropped dead at truce to Cervera, inBeersheba. Kforming him that he and Gen. Pando Richmond. He was valued at $2,000. The State has just paid SG00 to will be hanged when they shall fall A small crowd attended court at Lamps, 60c. Iicllo, 15c. Cyclometers, fl 00. preachers for prayers for the Legisla- into the hands of the Americans if Danville yesterday and very little busLock s, 15c. Wrenches, L'OC. Screw Drivers, 10c iness was done. No cattle were on the ture. As they seem to have done the Hobson and his companions shall be Oil Cans, 10c. Toe Clips, 2oc. Trotihcr Guards, 10c harmed. market. members no good the Commonwealth Lamp Brackets, 15c. Foot Pumps, oc. Cool, Exhilarating, Kchtful. Mulc, AmuseKopalr Outfits, 25c The condition of the people and solAt a sale of yearlings at New York a might have refused to pay the money 1 25. Grapholiue, Saddles, ment. s and Good Living. 10c. Tool Hags, 25c Hanover-Rcclar- e brought the because of the absence of a quid pro diers in Santiago is reported as most colt by Cements, 10c deplorable. They are eating horses. top price, going to the Fleischmanns Kor Terms adders, quo. way Cycle and Friday the soldiers of the Snanlsh for $a,5)0. And Everything in Re GUS HOFMANN, Prop, It will be Col. David Grant Colson were seen cookimr and catlntr M. S. Baughman's Naboth pacer ia Low Prices. after all. Kentucky will get one full their puck muie8 Eight thousantJ 80i. doing good work at Danville in Will regiment under the second call and the djora have been concentrated In n Owings' hands. lie promises to be a DeOur Our from Middlesboro will command tiago and thoy are throwing up Departt. bread winner. The mobilization will commence j trenchmenta and strengthening their lly order of tho Hoard of IUrectors of tho Plaudit was again defeated in a Der- Mcftlnnoy Canning Co. I will soil to tho at once at Lexington. positions dailv. by. At St. Louis Saturday Pink Coat highest bidder tho franchise and proiKjrtv Launches from the New York and won the prizo of $9,500. Plaudit was of tho Melvliinoy C inning Co at 10 o'clock5, Theke is never a lack of applicants We nlwnj s carry n full lino of Bicycle Is ho well equipped that wc can manufac A. M., on Massachusetts, sent in shore near San- second and Bannockburn third. for ofllce In this country whether it bo I'nm for tho manufacturer of Kicyclets. Hire or repair promptly and at reasonable The Brooklyn Derby, worth 610,000, On Thursday, We make the prices, civil or military. There were 500 staff tiago Friday morning to rcconnoiter, 30th, priceare in a position to Hinis. ornnylowest cialty ot.flomombor woniako a sue- tiling on Tiles, Siiokes, were fired upon by Spanish troops. was won by Tho Huguenot, with Sloan and ofllcers to bo appointed by the presi1S0S, on th following terms, that is used in the construction of s and at lowest pri- Both launches were hltsovoral times, up. Previous was second and Latson iius win k is cash0 hand, thu rcmalmler In etial dent to command tho volunteers and ces. but no one was Injured, and the Span-lard- s third. Distance 1 miles; time, 2:37i. payments bin and 12 months. Thu mirchas- over 21,000 applied. to oxcclii notes negotlaltlo and payable. were finally driven away by a hot A Jessamine co unty farmer says: ter miu i Ill irni. .luuwiiui imim ill Pllliuoni atld In addition to his many other dailies, return fire, in which the Massachusetts Let your seed wheat get thoroughly bearings! per cent. Interest from dato of Second-Han- d Shop-Wor- n sain. A lien will bu retained on the properProf. L. D. Sampson is now editor of twk a hand, and with ripe before harvesting and sow no oth- ty to secure payment of deferred notes. Viola," a very interesting monthly destroyed a block-houser kind and you will never have smut Purchaser must assume nil contracts $5 $20. fortho season of 1SIH. A soldier writes to his folks at wheat. published at Minneapolis. The Tho alxivu property Is situated In Stamp for Illustrated Sundry Catalogue Send Two-CeSheet. is the busiest man on Frankfort that his regiment had been The largest stockyards in the world of MeKlnney, IC. on tho C. ri. 1:. the town it., Ml on a transport seven days and that the aro in Chicago and cost over $10,000,-00- ofo country around K suitable for tho pro top of earth. ii lino grade of tomatoes g. 632 Fourth men suffered so much from tho heat LargC6t The yards contiin 20 miles of thctlon of runnery Is conveniently for arrangAvenue McCheaky, Thompson and Gilbert that they took all their clothing off and street, 20 miles of water troughs, 50 ed, hasTho neees-arCyclo nil maehlnury suitable, for Louisville. Establishment o spoke at Danville yesterday without wore nothing but an undershirt, tied miles of feeding troughs 75 miles of canning tomatoes. u comfortable Ky. In (he dwelling uousu wiiii canien. special incident. about their loins; that the food was water and drainage troughs. The yards - ntire South P. M. WAItH. President THE INTERIOR JOURNAL AGUIN'ALDO SPECIAL - ANNOUNCEMENT men-of-wa- r, Hob-son- first-clas- twin-scre- w Read, Read. A General Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store FIFTEEN DAYS ! Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Leaders, No Baits And No Catches. - pur-chui- Values In .Dry Mat-ters- Ms And Notions. I J. Baker-Howar- still-slop- ( able-bodie- d MI-o- still-slop- ! It-l- c. ...-- ., - i.n..t ,- -. Hol-gul- n, The Louisville Store. ac-ar- my Mc-Cre- ary Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. i A GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. four-corner- I nt J well-kow- n J. H. BAUGHMAN New And Guaranteed. ft CO. to-da- y " I t McEl-wain'- CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS BICYCLES! AT $20 TO $60. SUN DRIBS. of the markably Sundries at NOW OPEN. out-pos- ts ' San-ma- MINWNUCramLS, June to-w- lt: in-I- Manufacturing partment. Repair ment One-thi- rd llicy-cle- s. ursi-cias- three-pounde- rs and e. to Wheels, nt nnd-Ilargai- 0. can-du- Al-- ! m$ffite ',hMl JO-- H " imiPj ii . ,r.; fc rfiftuinfawlii'iii 4 "--' ' ' rjC mm i in tu u fchnirtf' rfrfr! fltJr,VVjU 's THE INTERIOR JOURNAL s. quite sick. Wanted. To buy eggs nnd poo d Mils. W. A. Triiiiili: will entertain butter. Mark Hardin. the Economical Lunch Club, Thursday, yji Shi: our Dewey ware In Green Crysfrom to ). Stanford, Ky., -- Junk 21, 1S9S Mil. S.M S. Townslky. of Perry, tal and Gold. Warren ft Shanks. Gn., will arrive . to visit his aunt, Screen doors, sash and Mrs. M. F. Elkln. screen wire at Warren & Shanks'. E. C. Walton, k'hiNis Manaorr. ............ Mi. .j. .1 r . .m r i.r nr. in siuiimiiii; 1. 1.. II mo ..I... C Wantkd, to p.iy cash for country two weeks' vacation Inyo and the girls produce. II. M. Powell, Gilberts been avc getting the worst of It. fiJJ.oOO have Over filled nl Penny's cnrofully anil com-et'iCreek. Miss IIbttik Kuril B5TRR loft yesterm Drug Store. Yours will mvlvo the day to vUlt her sister, Mrs. Charles Sl'DDBN DltATH. The three year-ol- d sumo treatment. Latimer, at Independence. Mo. eon of Mr. Mack Holmes died Mrs. J. W. Haydkn went to Mt. Thursday night after lUs than '2 hours AMD SOCIETY GOSSIP. PERSONAL Sterling yesterday as a delegate to the lllnuss, we learn from Undertaker J.C. Miss Emily Didherar U visiting W. U. B. M., which meets there this McClary, who buried the little fellow friends In Adair county. week. Friday. Miss Matth: Bi.ll, of Harrodsburg, Miss Florence Harris, of Lancas lOo Percale 5c 5c Cambric Munefoe. r. is with the MU-.ev ter, win hero yesterday to meet MUs Danvillb Is going to put the big pot gc 100 l!eM Envelopes 5c Calico tic Miss Ai.i.m: Hart, of Paris, U the Pearl Holcomb, of Eliabulhtown, who In the little one for the delegates to 51.50 Bat the Congressional convention, which 1'JloOrnhl fl 00 Sic guustof Mrs. V. A.Trlbblo. is to be her guest for a few weeks. 10c Wigging 25o Ladies' Hoe 12. CommitU oc will bo held there July 18c Miss Mai: IIuhiikh, of Lancaster, Mrs. John A. Haldkman and chil10c Crinoline 15c LndieV Hofo 5c of entertainment and reception , 8Jc the guustof MUs Mary Klkln. dren were on yesterday's train return- tees II 25 Table Linen ., Tjc 70c 12c Socks has been ap- ing to LouUvlllo, after a visit to Mrs. and a half dozen other thing.-- , have W. II. STKl'MKNSON 85c Tabic Linen !J5c Undershirt 55e 22c pointed postmaster nt Maywood. Jane Buchanan and family at Crab Or- been appointed. 05c Shirt 40c ?1 00 fl 50 Shoes Clay, of Bowling chard. Mrs. Johnnie Tin: reason the directory of the Far 75c Shirt 15c Collars 0c 10c Green, U a guest of the Mioses Kills. Dr. DI'nlap, a capitalist of Colum- mers itttnic x Trust l.o. nas caiuni a 25cSilk Tie 5c Brown Cotton ISo ac Mrs. Wm. Hamilton 1b spending bus, O , returned with Land Agent meeting of the stockholders to consider 5c Apron Gingham (ic llrown Cotton 4c 3Jc the week with Mrs. Mldilolon Lynn. J. II, Sowder yesterday and will examquestion of going into liquidation, 50c Serge Gc Itlcnched Cotton 4c 33c D. ine Lincoln county farms with view to the of the I). Miss Belli: Hoot, Is that it will be nlmost impossible to ".. 30c Serge SOc 20c fl Corsets Institute, Is spending her vacation purchasing. make divldouds under the heavy rate .'.. . Pound Best Cotton Batting 10c Cake Soap Ec 7Jc here. of taxation. The war tax the bank H. G. Hail, of Somursot, CaSUIRR LOCAL HAPPENINGS, will have to pay will be not less than spent Sunday with his wife and son $750 and the State, county and municiI WILL pay cash for walnut log?. A. here. pal will run the amount to M.utll.i") B.NSTIN, of C. Sine. MR. AND MRS. JOHN W. foot up This with the other expen-e- s Pittsburg, attended the Elocutlonery Latrst patterns in wall paper at W. ?S,851.U5, which will have to be made contest. B. MoKoberts. before a dividend U considered. The Missus Victoria Bishop and to let the directors thought It was Coal oil stoves from .0c to 815 stockholders know these best so that Ware are visiting Mrs. J. II. facts each at Warren ft Shanks. White. they may do what they think proper as MRS. SALLIE FOX and Miss Mary Buu finish, potato bugs, cabbage to tne bank's future. The meeting to Rout, of Garrard, wore guests of Mrs. worms and rose bugs, at W. B. McKob-erts- '. divide the quostlon will be hold on the Dr. W. H. O'Bannon. Tin. EZITF it mil . Mils. K. P. OWSLllY and MUs Mnltie --. Killing at Somerset. -- A dUpatch ) FOR the next 15 days my entire stock Hays, of Columbus, Ga , are visiting from Somerset says that John Perry will be sold at cost for cash. Mrs. A. Mrs. Kittle Hurnsldo. Colycr, a fnrmer. shot and killed JailMiss Bertie Jamios, of Cnib Oreh-ar- A. Mc Kinney. er A. J. Catron In n blind tiger near Is the guest of Miss Vlrglo Hart. colored, the public square Saturday evening. Till: wife of Green Guntrv, H avi: your eyes tested and properlv Somerset Reporter. men married sisters and had been Ada.ms.oI Danville, was died Saturday night after along illness The ..,.... ,.,i,...,. .iiim i Miss Kudu: ti.iiittiiil with classes at Craig A: Hock- t fiiiiii ii' riii i. nni i i.i iiii'iir vn i ii ...U.....J ..... ..W. - V.j. ir-- i visiting Mrs. J. II. Yttiiiror ami went of consumption. Wickersham last December. Catron Cl s. My Ci'stomrrs: Please come espoused tho cause of the latter and from here to Rockcastle Springs. To Railroad For Sali:. Judge J. W. Miss Kati: Plain, of the Wost End. and settle with me be ore July 1st. took considerable interest In the proseAlcorn tells us that under a judgment MUs Florence Mrs. A. A. McKlnney. spent several days with And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of between the in favor of the L. ft. N., the Altamont An cution. TrMoheart and other friends here. two resulted and when they mot In the and Manchester railroad will be sold We have just received a lot cannel a MtwU ..VICIMIIN'IC - Ri:tl will triv 'H4JInut cool for cooking purposes to sell at blind tiger they reached for their pis- at miction July S. today, 2lt. In honor of lawn fete tols. Colyer was the quicker and shot LvwU and Olivia Baldwin, 10 cents a bushel delivered. J. 11. Wliare Indebted to MUs Lulu B. Catron in the loft eye, the ball peneBaughman ft Co. f on .' to V trating hU brnln. Ho was arrested and Carpenter, one of.the graduates, for an MRS. Db. P. W. LOGAN ami Harry Tax its. The tax books aru now guarded in the till tho first invitation to the commencement of the Lead, Colors, Stains ftc, on the maakct at reasonable price-- aho a complete lino of II. Lofctin, of Mlllwlgerill. were ready and the auditor has written me train and then taken to Danville. There stiuiffirtl HiL'h School, to be held at the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. at the Loubrill Hotel, Louis- to hurry up the collection of taxes. was a good deal of feeling and violence Walton's Opera Bouse June 30. ville, FrWuy. Please don't postpone but come Up nt was expected as Catron was a verypo-ula- r A NkcrO named Helm shot another MR. H. P. COVKR, of Saratoga, New once and get a receipt for 'your taxoman. Ho married a daughter of named Forrest Hansford at Bonnyvllle York, U visiting hU brofcher-ln-Jufor this yer. S. M. Owons, ShorllY. Hon. Stephen Tate, of Wayne, and she Saturday with a shotgun, but both n u 11. oaniitinoi)..whom he has not . was op a visit to him when the tragedy P. PB Prach. John M. Stone left a and shootee has since made seen for 20 odd years. was a cousin of shooter three pret- ripe peach at this otllce yesterday occurred. Catron M. Catron, who U themselves conspicuous by their abIT would be hard County Judge W. sence. tier girls than those now visiting MUs grown on hU place In town. It Is the well known here. .We Have To. Mioses Lucia McAfee, rirst home grown ripe one that we have Pearl Hurmlde WISH you would deny any report "I Burtisidu, of Gar- soon. He says that there are fully six Tin: CONTiWT. The long delayed of Lebanon, Borl National U going into Lexington. or olght biishuls of peaches on the tree rain began to pour down Friday after- that the First President J. S. Hock-erard, and Letltln Drown, of liquidation" said noon and continued to fall all night, Missus Kathkrini: Waddbll and It came from. "we are ging to continue to do busbut did not keep a large crowd from at- iness at the same old stand, nnd pay all Haley, of Somerset, nceomwin-le- d Pearl InTkochlb Acjain. Constable Tom Hon. O.' II- Waddle, to the contest Nunuelley arrested old Martin McCor-mac- k tending the elocutlonery contest at the taxes demanded of us." Opera House. People were They were guests of MUs Sue Willie tin other day cursing another Walton's from most of tho surrounding 'The war taxes and the recent decisthere Hale. Negro and his trial U sot for banks are pretty hard MKSDAM1W C'lko HrowN and George McCormacks gets i"2 pension a month towns and country and for two or three ion against the Hustonvillc National It don't suit us to go to war. We have to supply those left behind Dice, MUs KUa May Saunders and for total blindness, and the constable hours listened with much Interest to on them, but the Daas heretofore and try to do the with Merchandise nt Itight Prices. the elTorts of the eight young ladles will run Judge K. G. Williams and Charlie gets about $12 50 of It for costs. who contested for the prizes. The pro- best It can under the circumstances," vis, accompanied MUs Ida May Adams. yesterA uuon rain came just in time for gram begun with an address by the said President Dr. Ed Alcorn of Mt. Vernon, to the contest Friday. , boon the corn and other growing crops, splendid young orator, Judge R. G. day. but Mil. JOHN L. UAY, who ha-Vernon, who showed THE Third Anniversary of the Stan with the Loiilsvlllt. Store for several a little too soon for the wheat, inucli Williams, of Mt. y Sterling, of which was made to fall. The tem- his good sense by making It brief and ford Lodge, No. 2940. G. U. of O. P., years, left yesterday for Mt. . perature was considerably moderated, condensing a great deal in a little and the Ruth House, No. 5S0, will be whure he will clerk for Oldham Pro-young man and his many but the prediction is that it will slowly time. The orchestra, composed of Mr. celebrated in royal style, near Stan- S3 He Is a clever and Mrs. A. G. Huffman, B. II. Danks ford, next Friday. Drills, speaking, rUe and be fair Tuesday. friends hero hate to glvo him up. and Georgo DeBord, followed with a music and an entertainment TUB Pinevlllo Messenger says that IN attempting to get on a freight lively selection and between every two base ball, Kd II. Jones, who has been missing for at night will be some of the features. Shirts, Linen Coats, Lester Coats, Underwear, Etc was passing Mt. Vernon numbers till the close made melodious quar- train while it a long time, turns up as Sunday Ed Newland, of Brodhead, lost music. MUs Mary Spears, of GeorgeNicklc Plate Circus was V! Harris' termaster of an Arkansas regiment his hold and was dragged a consideratown, was not present anJ Miss Maude hardly up to the average, and not near he expects to go to the and writes that ble distance. Besides an ugly out in C. Gibblns, of Lexington, led off with so good as Cooper's circus which was Philippines. tho head he was badly bruised and AnnnmnLtny." .fallowed hv Miss Lllllo bere a month previous. It was "short" tf l I" DR. W. H.PRNNY and John Walker scratched. lie was brought to Joseph Leavell, of Garrard, who recited "St. in mnny ways and never did a show wont to Knoxvlllo Saturday to see Price Infirmary for treatment and Is Cecillia;" Miss Hallle Hopper Klrtley, smmd as little inonov In the town. about gutting the former's Volunteer doing as well as could be expected. Confessional;" About tho only thing it left hero exv of Cincinnati, "The Company In. Nothing satisfactory was ?i Miss Lucille Menefee, of Stanford, cept a memory was a horse which died will remain over Tin: First Pknsion. An done and Dr. Penny MUs Juliet How-ar- just before the train pulled out. county woman drew the first pen- "How Ruby Played;" for several days. of Lebanon, "How Salvator Won;" LOGAN. Dr. M. David Logan, one of Tin: Lincoln boys faro well under sion on account of the wnr with Spain. Adams, of Mt. Vernon, Capt. Duncan. He bus appointed Row- She is Mrs. Elsie Monfort, of Council Miss Ida May nature's real noblemen, died at his Miss Angle Carpenter, of an Saulley, 'Jd sergeant, Ashby War- BlufTs, Iowa, who was a daughter of "Hagcr:" home In Boyle Saturday after a long Annette V" and ren, lsL corporal, John G. Lynn, ,'lnl James Moore, who used to llvo near Hustonvillc, "Where's Danville," "Tho Illness, aged 70. Ho and two other corporal, II. D. White, 5th corporal, here on tho Crab Orchard pike. Her MUs Mary Hackley, of R. D. and A. E. Logan, none Story." Each did so brothers, ever married, lived together New-Initia- l son, William Franklin Monfort, was Old Surgeon's and V. II. Hall, Call corporal. of whom Lackey, who has spent ono of tho Maine crew and went down well that everybody thought that there for years and tho closest brotherly ties Mus. Eliza eight prizes instead a vear or more with her daughter, Mrs. with tho battleship In Havana harbor. ought to have been existed between them. Dr. Logan of two. While the judges, Hon. O. II. served gallantly in two wars, tho MexJohn W. Pout, and other relatives Tho amount of the check she received of Somerset; Judge B. F. here, left yesterday for her homo in was$l 1.40, which was for ono month Waddle, Harrodsburg, and Rev. G. ican and civil, in the former under Col. Missouri. As she Is SS years old the and six days. Mrs. Monfort U a double Roach, of McKce and in tho latter rose from a W. Young, of Richmond, were decid captain to a colonel in Gen. Morgan's chances are that she will not make an cousin of Mr. M. D. Elmore. Thoy ing the momentous question, MUs Jen ,.A....ur.l TTft tna In nvopv aonao fl wero born in the same houso and being other visit to her Kentucky kin. nle I elm sang "One Smile from Her," served leman and ,mvl TUB Knoxvlllo Tribune says: Mr. about the samo age, each was occasion which so pleased her friends that .ho woU n WM, andbeena ra09t and Mrs. Masterson Peyton entertain ally nursed by tho other's mother. had to respond to an encore Tho jmlg- - useful citizen In peace he goes to his ed Thursday with a very elegant dinTwo Shot. Saturday night, there es then nppearcd and through Dr. reward with tho plaudits of God and ner ut their charming homo In West Young made the awards. Ho was Knoxvlllo In honor of Senator Lindsay, was a shooting scrapo In Macksvllle in man. The burial occurred at Danville slow In doing so and after From inblo handsome- which a woman and man wero moro or Sunday afternoon in tho presence of a of Kentucky. long as possiwith quantities of llowers less seriously wounded. Bill Lewis drawing out tho agony as ly adorned vast throng, many of whom fought In a speech full of wit and wisdom, and raro service of china and cut glass, shot John Smith, another Negro, ble, with him in the Lost Cause. The camp anmnVmdv fervontlv said "amen," and attended almost in a body. Dr. an elegant menu of several courses was through the side, and It is claimed held and announced MUs here served the honored guests, Senator the woman, Jemima Nelson, over whom ho took the hint E. M. Green, who was also a Confeder of first and Miss Lindsay, Judges Barton ami ixoii, 01 the shooting was, so as to protect his Klrtley tho winner tho ate soldier, mado a few touching and Llnd-Baof tho second prizes, a gold carcass from Smith's fire. Tho result Menofeo of Appeals; Chancellor remarks at tho grave and the Court The appropriate Judgo Sneed and Judge Ingcrsoll. was that she was shot twice, the balls watch and a handsome jardiniere. Spe- then tho body was consigned to Its last on decisions wero tho popular ones. resting place. TUB Richmond Register says of two entering bc'ow the shoulder blades around and lodg- cial mention was made of Miss Carpen-county's beauties: "MUs each side. One passed of Lincoln Tho Union Stock Yards at Lexing- fiT-everybody complimented for Bronaugb Engloman, who has ed under tho skin, tho other passed ter, whom Annie been located on West Fourth lungs, causing hemor- her very superior effort. Many thought ton have been the charming and attractive guest through her ..lm alinnld have been given the first Street at tho intersection of tho L. ft Dr. W. N. Craig, who was of Mrs. T. T. Covington several weeks, rhage, but was beautifully deco N. tracks on land belonging to tho railMillcrbburg to visit friends. called, says tho wound is not necessa- prize. The stage scene was one of road, which ia to transfer stock from has gone to n ml the whole woman Is doing comMUs Englcnfan Is deservedly popular, rily fatal and that tho beauty and brilliancy. The managers, other roads free of charge. Tho men wero lodged and her visits to Richmond are always reasonably well. Tho Joe F. Waters mittee on construction includes J. F. Messrs. E. II. Beazley, balled with delight by her many in jail and Smith will be tried before and S. W. Menefee are to be congrat Cook, of this county, who will bo suy and Lewis MUs Annlo Judge Carson friends and" admirers. perintendent of the yards, no was the Lewis was jealous of Smith, ulated on the success of their fourth and deserved Evans Bright, the beautiful and attracannual etTort to entertain tho public, originator of the scheme tive daughter of Mr. Georgo P. Bright, who U said to have usurped his place which will bo glad to know that thoy this recognition. shootwho has been visiting relatives for the In the woman's alloctlons. Tho Tho twine binders are busily at work pecuniarily for Lexington ing keeps up the record of a shooting wore reasonably rewarded week, leaves past all over the county now. for their work. or a killing for every circuit court. ends during Chautauqua. 10 visit .'1 to-da- y Mil. W. 11. HiGOlNS U iy'i''i'J SHOO-l'LY- I . CLOSING OUT At COST to Quit Business, aSkEEE: nrc-oriptl- Eu-gon- lu I sell everything as advertised and if these 1 prices do not convince you that I am going out of business you don't know what bargains are. W. 9 d, 5E5EE3ESi n- SHANKS. l?.y:lT?r?y:::yry:f:'?fry:;?fry:. IS HE .. ,,....,..., -- iJ) J&lilaLliUflU v f g - '-. - - MUso.-Kathurl-ne PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, , 1 court-hous- e reg-Utor- - CRAIG & HOCKER'S. I to-An- m r, - - Stay lit Home I Some Seasonable Goods: to-da- m m & I - OVER JACKETS, PANTS. OVERALLS, ft We sell -- i ln d, the best $1.25 Men's Shoes in the World. si SEVERANCE & SONS. w mimmffim3mmm&w&i!Mmi i 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. I .' PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 11 The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearing's. y, si& to-da- to-da- y FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. JSO lH Mf t r J DR. W. B. PBHTNT. JXJtfcCLAY, r Bud management keeps more peoplo in poor circumstances tlmn any other INTERIORJOURNAL The reported predictions of certain one cause. To be successful one must diplomats in Washington nnd London that the conflict between the United look ahead and plan ahead so that when HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & State9 nnd Spain will precipitate that n favorable opportunity presents Itself SURGEON, of who live in universal war which has been looked ho Is ready to take advantage of it. A forethought will also tuvo much forward to by Europe's statesmen for little YJ.CA.lt. 1 .A.1JV.A.2CCJS man' years past excite 110 concern in expense ami valuable time. A pru S2 Ofllee over IIIkkIh MoKlnnei ' More. dent and careful mini will keep a botthis country, sajs t'heiSt. Louis mg" When not no paid S3S. CO will le charged, It is merely a variation and tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera extension of the recent rumors that con- and Diarrhoea Hemody in the house, If biliousness Isn't tltc bully of the body them to be always reliable. They are less liable to urine than other purgatives, and then what Is When once biliousness tinental Europe was about to intervene the shiftless fellow will wait until nethe upper hand you don't dare say your nlthotiKh mild in action, they are thorough in this struggle. Intervention from that cessity compels it and then ruin his stomach is your own. " Don't you dnrc eat In operation. They are the best family If i says that dish do.'1 biliousness, or you'll tcc physic that cmt be had." Pktcu J. Duffy. Qustonville, Kentucky TIME USD. quarter, if it took place, would favor J best horse going for a doctor and have You take the dare and you Kockport, Tcmos. what I'll Spain. It, of course, would not aim to a big doctor bill to pay, besides; one do see or rather feel, the weight of the "llnvlnff used Dr. C. Aver' Tills Utters his services to the HopIr of West Lincoln bully's revenue. The head nchc, not n years nnd thoroughlyJ.tested them, both for KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. s prevent the United States from freeing pays out 125 cents, tho other is out a and Casey counties, hull stock of utunsand Cask regular ache, hut an open nnd shut uelic. n preventive and cure I for biliousness, et aiwayson uanu. The eyes ache, not with a dull, tired ache, cnu truthfully say Cuba. Xocomblnation of the continental hundred dollars and then wonders why that I believe them to D . Caricnter, Manag ft but with an ngressive ache, as if they were be the best medicine 1:(H i. Arrrlvcsat Stanford for the purpose and N. a Learc-- t Stanford at at 2:10 a. M. being bored by a gimlet. The stomach they do all European nations which could be his neighbor is getting richer while he A. .'o. is claimed for them." trembles with nausea. "The whole head J no. li. Kolh,that mv, at lto formed would dare to tell the United Is getting poorer. For sale by Craig Shark, Ark.j So.il Arrive Stanfordland at 12:00 p.m. is sick and the whole heart is faint." There 3:40 at 22 I.cavei are scores of hundreds of people who live States to let Spain regain control of & Hocker, Druggists. Biliousness Is In general but n symptom so under the dominion of this bully bil- of a more stubborn disorder, constipation. Cuba. Cuba is forever lost to Spain. iousness that they don't dare cat or drink Constipation is the root of almost nil physwithout his permission. There's no need ical ells. and Dr. J. C. Ayer's Tills cure IIIk ItmlKiilllciiiicp. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Every nation in Europe, Spain included, of such slavery. Dr. J. C. Ayer's Tills almost all these physical evils by going to A sin us That fellow, Small, Is a pereffectually cure biliousness. sees this, but the safety of the Spanish the root- They cure constipation, and the Dealer In. ..12 37 p m heartN. Si Train going North "For fifteen years I hate used Dr J. C. consequent maladies, biliousness, breath, dynasty demands that Spain make an son of very little importance, isu't he? ... 2 41 am " " " No.J " Qrimshuw Yes; he cuts about as Ayer's Tills, and find them very effective burn, palpitation, shortness of ..12 4:1 a nervous irritability, foul " South No. 5 attempt to recover that colony. All much figure in life as in all 'kinds of bilious complaints Thcv sleeplessness, tongue, .. 27 p ui " breath, coated the middle part of and a score of other N.S3 are mild iu operation and easv to take that continental Europe, If it inter- a doughnut does in a square meal. their origin prefer them to any other plfl, and have miserable maladies that haveTills are ForaWPolnts. 9 the yet to sec the case where thev have failed In constipation. Dr. Ayer's vened, would seek to do is to prevent Puck. surest and safest remedy for all diseases RO'JQU TICKETS SOLD. to cure." A. S wander, Tcxarkaua, Ark. of the liver, stomach, and bowels. Scud the United States from retaining the HAUQAUE CHECKED THUOUGU. Tlit- - Site of It. "I have used Dr. J C. Ayer's Tills in for Dr Ayer's curcbook nnd read the story rhillppines and from taking Puerto For any Information enquire of cases of biliousness and central disorders of cures told by the cured. 1'ree. Address Woman How much for children's of the stomach and bowels and have found the J C Aycr Co , Lowell, Mass. Kico and tlie Canary islands. JOE S. KICK, Agent, pictures? Stanford, Ky. Photographer Two dollars a dozen, We are informed that six members of madam. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. the class of 1S97 at the naval academy Woman Why er yes; but I've only STANFORD, KY. have met with serious misfortunes got uiue. .Judge. a. m. and r. M., since at Trains leave Frankfort this war began, nnd the names Ith U. A C. and reachconnecting at (iroiyetoirn Xut Very Well Aciiunlntrtl. ing Purls at 8:411 A. M. and 3:10 i M. Ieavc Paris of five of them begin with B. It was at Lady Cyclist Tom says I ride more and 3.W P. M., connectltiR at3:JO A. with (J. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:53 known as the "B class," because the gracefully than any other girl of his jl. m. and 7:20 i M names of so many of the boys began acquaintance. What do you think of JOSKl'II It. NT.WTON. A. 0. 1'. A. with that letter: Brumby, Baldwin, that? Butler, Barnes, Breckinridge, Bennett, .Minnie I think he should extend his QUEEN & CRESCENT. Bostwick, Boyd, Bagley and Bose. Rig-le-y acnuaintancc. Trains pass Junction City as follows: was killed a few days, ago; Boyd Mrs. Stanton l'ortwood. of George11pm disabled on the torpedo 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. I South Mlies' Oxford .it o.V: former price SI. U to 51 ,5 boat Cushing, 1149 am ' i " .....3 41am N, "' " 6 " 131pm and had to come home; Breckinridge town, gave birth to a male child which No.5 llixam 600am vros swept weighed H pounds It has been nam No. 9 " ...... 8 03pm "10 " overboard from the Cushing does not stop. No. 2 stops only for passenNo. ed Dewey Hob-ioPortwood. nnd was drowned; Bostwick had his gers from South of Somerset i and 10 run no further than Junction City and 3 and 6 only to Som- chest caved in While on the Eriecson, : erset, We are authorized to announce and is now In the hospital; Baldwin was knocked down an open hatchway Co., oi) RejmJ stakes the food pure, and had his ribs broken, and Merritt, r ...... .. ...... .Il.f... .. Xt.1l KOUNDKD IMOfJ. Crab Orchard. Ky. wholesome and delicious. of the same class, went down with the .. In the niclith Cotnrre-slonDistrict Maine. of Kentucky, ubject to the action of the democratic party. , The present war, which virtually began on April 20, when Spain insolently bTASlOItl), KV. G. G. THKgave the United States minister, Gen. Of Shelliv County. Is a candidate for Con- Woodford, his passports, is the first , press In the Eighth Congressional District of war, says Gunton's Magazine, that was Kentucky, subject to the action of the demever inaugurated by one country solely ocratic party. in the interest of peace, industry and B. freedom for another. In taking up arms against Spain for the freedom of Of Mercer. Is n candidate for Congressional for Congress- In tho Eighth Cuba, without any ulterior motive of District of Kentucky, subject to the action Stankokd, Kv., territorial acquisition or material re- of the democratic party. ward, the United States occupies a Q A T T KOU Ills Ih higher plane of international hostility OrVLil .bushel barrel. Car loa.l at $l.G0 for 7 A loo Absolutely Pure than was ever before occupied by any W U I? A T WANTi:i to store In Crilone GoocIm. YY 1 Hall a nation. This is an important contribu- HAMILTON, ltowlan-1- at cent bu.hel.lm ISAAC 2rt tion to the ethics of war. It furnishes Goods Warranted. BAMNQ POaOCR CO., YORK. (for the first time a moral and humane Fit Guaranteed. principle tor international conflict, the Give Him a Call. We have hsi the misfortune to loe our entire inliuence of which will be felt over the Woolen Mill 1'lant by fire. We hare made conA.U 14 Mil AM. John H. Castlkmam. entire globe. tracts with a Nrge number of jieento, which we wish to Inform the public that we to till, ami,... .. : i. .. .... tt..i...ti it.... otiii n't,, i Dealers In A young and pretty but very ain first of .Inly, mi biine on your work. Weguantutee Fort Scott (Knn.) society woman was to me you satiouctioii. u t i;i shhi.ii . iu . riill,Cey Co, Ky. induced by a traveling medical fakir to HIGG-IN- S Ofllco anil Feed Exchange near Railait for a picture in n very Order I wloh to buy a mall larm of Crossing, Depot St., Stanford, Ky. gown. The road loo Acre. INSURANCE COMPANY ". fellow told her land nnd hare fair toimprovement Mutt le good Coal Yard, Mill St.. lately J. II. Hlpglns' Addre-- s U. it would promptly appear in an eastern K.," Hubble, Ky Guaranteed. Jan. 1 Stand. Satisfaction J.tl OF LIVERPOOL. magazine, and she implicitly bit at the bait. Instead, however, it decorated L. S. the front page of 5,000 peculiar patent Surgeon Louisvillo. Ky., Wo have been ni'cu'd of selling medicine pamphlets printed for distriB3RBEE I have tlooliled to adopt the t'lioh Stetn Dentist, NuNon County Sour Muli WhNfcy Iwllevliig It will bo better for my customers bution in Fort Scott. And now the made by SU pvr gallon, 50c MA.N.IUI Its, llend A: Ileiiur so beginning" woman is highly excited, and wants to per quart. 'JJc per pint. at We will huve to aj well us know if the rascal can't be arrested for own up. We have and as wo have 15 M'JiAXC. 15 Oommorco Building, Louisville. of It left, enough to run us through harumoeoTer uciioberts' Drug More in ttie;uwiey libel! vest, wo will still continue It. Give tin i call. The Ladies Restaurant is the finest in OulldiDg. Agt nil Tlirou(hout the outh, Only. Thoe owing me must come forward the city. Kvery convenience for ladies V. II. HALL. Itepectfully, An liutl settle or their accounts will be- placed of Elberton, Ga.. Miinfonl, Ky. upending the day in the city. In W. A. Trlbble's hands for rollei'tloti. who took part in several important bat CuMitleneii's Cafe on olllce lioor. 21 W. A C'AUsOX, Crab Orchard. tles of the rebellion, declares that no Ixyal Agent, THOMAS A. MULLICAN, union soldier was ever killed or woundStanford, - - - Kentucky. Manager. ed by him, as he always made it n point 1898. jitw Music Tiiosdiiv, Thursday and Sunday to fire wildly. He wants to join a voEvening. lunteer regiment against the Spaniards, GREEN BRIAR but says he would carefully avoid takCo ing life if sent to the front, for he be- : : OP STA.STOHK. KV. I wMi to announce that this popular humj lieves that legalized killing is no better Office on Lancaster street at Residence. mer iv5rt ll! be open for the luvomtnodii-tlo- n than ordinary murder. Such men will Paid up Capital, $200,000 OC of gue.sts. hardly do to cope with Spaniards. Surplus, 17,003 80 Tim A GcticrnI War. Jfe THE AN OLD BULLY. People DR. R. M. PH6LPS, Kentucky. fear his attacks. XJlt Globe-Democr- at. How to avoid him or beat him off. ? Stan ford, IFTE m 3 vm k '. J. T. SUTTOJSr, Undertulcor, A.C.SINE, liUMBBB - 111 1 "1 SASH AND DOORS, "1 GREAT BARGAINS IN M ieive-tow- n FIRE INSURANCE Misses' And Children's Uxfords. Tit-lUt- s. 1 Insurance PfiENIX Company OF BROOKLYN. 1 Children's Oxfords, 50c. Former Price 90c to $1. hon. jas. b. Mccreary ". W. E. FERKiHS, n Caledonian Insurance Scotland. ... a nl R. B. MAHONY, Agt H. C. RUPLEY, HON. GILBERT, -- Tr mtfi POWDER NEW HON. J. THOMPSON, ELDREDGE SEW I IMC MACHINE. ! The Merchant Tailor, Receiving Vintcr Fall And n Ci 1 . ROVAL FIRE! FIRE! . NOELSON, PRICE, In-tt- The Latest Machine out, something' new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. & McKINNBY. I Coal, Corn And Hay, l-lt low-neck- ed gllb-tongue- d FARM. -- Stanford, Ky. mm Ky NOTICE ! FOR CASH mj-el- f, ! LOUISVILLE HOTEL Tour-Venr-O- Iamerican&eurqpean S CBSTLEim. Ilar-ro- ls dune'151 willsellforGash - i ' VT. A. THIBBX.3B, Season of SPRINGS Oculist, Stanford, Farmers Bank&Tnist I Soutnern Railway GREITEST rExirruATHs lb UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HASN2JSS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, ff KY. TAKE THE V "IVIONON. TTlie Popular Route to p CHICAGO. frank J. Iteed, J!. II. O. graceful and Summery cH'ccts in furniture. We have exquisite parlor suite.), loungii'u euairs, uivan, rocker.-- and so A physician who has ciables that look cool and restful, and iu.iuc .i special siimy of cycling us n will make your pocketbook feel restful j exercise says the proper posifioi on too, when you tee the price;. the wheel is upright with the head &C. well poised, chett and shoulders free W. W. and handle-bar- s jum- low enough to a!iow the arms to be easily extended - Kentucky. without exerting an upward pull or n Mrs. Adellit Woods In charge downward pressure, though in readiness to apply either force as occasion re- Branch Store and Undertaking Outtlt at quires. Hustonville. Ky. The doctors seem to be united on the point that cigarette smoking is re50 YEARS' sponsible for most of the rejectJo. s of EXPERIENCE miliatiamen who have come up recently for examination as applicants to enter the regular army. They ought to have Included the cocktail habit and lack of exercise. The three combined would Trade Marks wreck a Sandow in six months. Designs Copyrights Ac. A novel sort of window glass has been Anyone sending a Rketrh nnd description mar qutcklr ascertain our opinion free w ethr an Invented. Persons on the inside of the lnromion is pronnuir paiemDie. LonimunlCA- l'atenta tlonattrlctlrconadoiitlal. Handbaokonpatents. house can see through it, but it is sent free. Oldest uccner for securlnir Patents t iken throuuh Munn A Co. recclre opaque to those on the outside. tpteial notke, without charge. In tbe well-know- Nearly every officer of the fleet under Dewey had made application to be ordered home, to that they would be on hand near the seat of war wheli the time of fight came ubout. Now they are nil glad they were with , Dewey, for they will receive gold medals from congress nnd thanks and glory without end, and all this time the ofilcers who expected to do all the fighting are (!o.ng blockade duty and capturing an occasional fishing smack. n TTTOSriE Ked lined , rates dtirltip the llr-- t month. I'or Information In regard to rates, etc. addrets T. II. WltlfillT. (.rati Orchard, Kv 2i 1898. SMITH'S Sl'STH STATES PERFECT HARMONY AT HOME js desii able wilh tlie season in the dress of your rooms in decorations and furnishings, and now in the season lor light, EIGHT GREAT Store Room & Goods FOR SALE. A houe and lot in Motelaud up- Mala Imlldlii'' 0U liv '10, per story titled up for ductlliig, ntiltablu for hiimll f.'i'inlly and u sld; litilldlng II by DO, corn cribs, ware rootu nnd Milt sheil, well arranged for a general Moie, have been selling from 15,oou to worth of goods annually. Is ollured for sale. Kentuckv, Teniifh-e- e. Virginia. Georgia, Nurth ami outh (.'arolina. AlaUama, MlsoIsf(p. 1 provisions of lis charter, (lejxnltori are a fully protected as are In .Mitltjiial lUnVs, Us lirclni(lr 11 lii held llnllvlilimllr liable to the extent of the nimMint of their almh ihvreiii at tlie (sir Talue thereof, uiaililltloii to the amount In such shaiiHi. It niajr act as executor, ad. iilinlstiator.lriittee, Ac , mliillr as an liiillTldual, TeuiI'riiii(our thanksto tlnsv ho hate entrust-e- l their hiislnens to us, c Irutl they will contlnut to do so, and weotlcr as a Kosraiiteefur prompt 10 same our JOjeaiV exerieiire In hank. liiKaml aslllK'ralaceuuimwUtious us are (oinlitfut 1 J- ileaitr oith Miitid liaukliiK. DIRCCTOHS. erK: Through Sleeping Cars Hut ween Louisville uti the South. THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between I.duUvllloand Lexington W. A . Tl'IMC. O. ! Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. 11. Cumuilnt, I'rrorhcrsTllle; J. S Owsley, ,Sr., J. II. Owsley, WlllUm (iiNK-hS. II. Shanks, .1. V. CuL, S J, Kuihry, . W. Curinnler; J. i:. Lynn, J. N. Meuefee. orriCKks. S. II, Shanks. President; J.II. 0sley Cashier; W J.J, M. WITHERS, Stanford, Also a good btock of gcwids nt prime cost. Until the liotioe and good,-- , are sold In a hulk. I will sell goods for cash at about cost. The house will be rented after the l.'itli of July and the goods hold at auction, regardless of price It. II. ICING, price, a 1,200, Itriht eller A.. Washington. I), C. W. II. TAYI.OE. A. O. I'. A. Louisville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANiOItl), KY. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Moreland Station, Kv. Jones, TINNING J. "T. BIG 4 ItOUTK. The Ilcst Line toand From TOLEDO AND DETROIT All roitits in Michigan. & PLUMBING, CHICAGO. STANFORD, KY., 'White City Special.1' Best Terminal Station. Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietor-- ) of Dean's Hluck Diamond Hoof I'anit. Telephone No. '.'0, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. II. Huughmau&Co.'s Mill 31-- tf ST. LOUIS. AToldlng the Tunnel BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping;Cari. Uutlet Tarlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, I'rlrat Compartment Cars, Klegjut Coach and Din ing cars. De sure your ticket Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. NEW YORK Attention of the public Is railed lo the fucUhat tliti Is the only .National llsuk In Stanford. Under the provisions ot the National Hank Act depositors are secured not ouly by tho capital stock, but by tho stockholders' liability lor au amount equal tn the stock so that dejosltorof this Institution are secured by a fund ol i'.XO.uoi) I'lvu sworn statements of the romlitlouol the Hank are made each year to the Culled States Oou'imuciit and Its asxets are examiiuil at stated times by government agents, thus additional and vrlerl salet toileiHidtors. This institution originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In loAi, thru reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In li03 and again reorKanizrd as tho I'irst National Hank of Stanford Hildas, lias nail practically au uninterrupted existence for !U years. It is better suppllel now wit. Iac!litles for transacting business promptly aud liberally than brer before in lis long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tinns atd Individuals solicited. . IHKBCTORI. 1 r t i 1 . reason put forward for pronouncing seaside cottages safe is that the Spaniards cannot afford to fire a $1,000 l A., Chicago. I. V. A., Louisville. Ky hot at a $100 bouse. One Scientific American. A handsomelr Illustrated weekly. Tersest clr Terms. 13 c cuiaoon or anr scieniino journal year: four months, IL gold by all newsdealers. .ancaster, : Kentucky. . MUNN &Co.36'B-Uranv Ofii. (Si New York V Ht., Wasblnvton, D. (. d Newly furnished; clean beds; splondsd E.O. table. Everything Porters 89 meet all traina. first-clas- s. read Tla "Ilia FOUK McCOKMICK, WAKItnNU. LYNCH Traffic Mr.,"'Ass..Oen. l'as.!A,Tkt. CINCINNATIZOIIIO. Iteld, Lincoln Co.; J. W, Ilayden, Stanford ' Harris, " S. II. llaughiuan, J. S. Hocker, " T. P. Hill, ' W. I'. Walton " ' W. A. Tribble, J.H.Collier.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, MI.Yernon. M, D.KIuiore, titauford. K. S.T. orptcnas. J. S. Hocker, President; J J. Mcltoberts CashU A. A McKltney, A IsUiitCusliIrr. " s