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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898062401 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. - v .,..-.- . SEMI-WEEKLM, Y POLITICAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JUNE POINTS, -, SQL. XXVI I. 2i 1898. NO. 32 CHURCH CHATTER. M1DDLEBUBG. CRAB ORCHARD. The (Juneral Baptist Association journed to meet nuxt year in Mt. Sterling. The First BuptUt ehuroh nt Muncio, Intl., unanimously votod to request women to remove their hats (luting ad- Hon. Debne's private The Baptist church is without a pasMossrs. Allen and Johnson, of Lausoorutury, Is now a commissary of sub- tor. rel, are holding a protracted meeting sistence, with tin' nuil: of captain. W. T. Durham made a business trip ut the Holmes school-housThe court of appeals elected Capt. to New York and returned last week. People are beginning to come from r.i 1'ortur xnoinpson Salute ciistodlun, Mr. und Mrs. J. K. Folk McAnlnoh every direction to drink the water of are rejoicing over their llrst born. It Crab Orchard's famous wells. under the recent not of the ture. lie was formerly superintendent is u boy, a 12 pounder ut that, und pa The Quaker doctors are lu town and und ma and Grandma McMullln are nre giving a free show nightly, to .1. II. Morton Morris has boon in the of public Instruction. the happiest trio on terra tlrinu. Civilian surgeons who oxutillnuuppll which everybody goes und enjovs the choir of Christ's Church. Louisville, "l Mrs. W. T. Coultur has not beon able music. when he was pre- cants for the army are to got 10c a man. years last Sunday, H.G.Trimble was appointed post- to speak above a whisper for more than The L. & N. is extending the sented with a silver cup. Men's FIno Suits 112, 13.50, J 13, tlG.OO NOW FOR SIO. Look for yourItev. G. V. I'erryman has resigned master at Somerset, which is a victory seven weeks, and her condition Is pita-bl- e track at Crub Orchurd about 000 indeed, bhe is a most estimable feel, which will make It long enough self and be convinced. It costs nothing to loo's through our Iinc3. It is a pleasure thu pastorate of the First Baptist for Gov. Bradley and .lodge Morrow. to us to show our goods church, of Cincinnati, because it Is He lost an arm In the Federal service woman und everybody symlMttiixcs to hold two full trains. and since the war has filled the olllcc with her. She wus lu that couuiiioti disintegrating. slowly but surely Mr. Mack Holmes und fumily huve 50 about tlvo juars. but tecovored her the sympathy of the community In the Itev. V. S. Grlnstoad writes that he of circuit clerk several tonus. In a thoughtful article on the crimi- voice. will preach ut his church here next loss of their youngest child. Little Suits made to order, clenned and pressed. Bt 50c unlaundered Shirt in the Jcoun- try. There is said to be a corn Held near Tom was the idol of the home but their Sunday at 11 o'clock nnd at MeKoudruo nal delay in prosecuting tho war, tho Courior-Jouruu- l says: Tho people arc the mouth of ludiuii C rue It so weedy loss Is his gain and they should be com... nt 3. No service at night. For the purpose of organising n uotgoingtoHilently submit toa policy of that the neighbors itistuud of posting forted for God doeth all things well. To the first person sending us the neatest guess to the exact number of votes reMiss Annie Melvin, of Furlston, Is ceived by the winning candidate on the final baJot in the coming Congressional Mothodist church at Mt. Vornon, Itev. useless delay. If Havana is not ours it for sule are talking of advertising Make as maW. S. Grinstoad will preach there next long before the end of the "rainy sea for stock to graze it. Tom Moran sayB visiting the family of her uncle, J. II. Convention, we will GIVE A FINE SUIT OF CLOTHES Tuesday and Wednesday, 28th and 2llth. son," there will be thoe next Novem- it would be out of the question to Collier. Mrs. Nannie Sautley and Miss ny guessos as you want. Cut this out, fill blank and bring or send to us. Two Mormon preachers wore given ber who will regret that the war' was think of cluanlng it out any oilier way. Ellen Bullou, of Stanford, were here j2C5JC3Ca353ESE5:3CS2SZ permission to preach In the Mt. Pleas- not onded before the suspicion was And thu worst of It is, it belongs to u Tuesday working In the Interest of W Name of Candidate ant Church. A member hoard of It and oorn tnui pontics nan got into Its con- Stoui und I like to huve said tin in- Stanford Female College. Miss Smith, dustrious young num. of Somerset, und Mr. II. D. Campbell, went and nailed up the doors and win- duct. Mllford Dulk, of the Indian Creek of Louisville, are guests of Dr. und Thu Advocate says that all tho candows. i : .uiuiufl ui 'm uius Methodist Episcopal Hoard of didates appear to believe that Hoyle section, killed a red fox with u weeding Mrs. .f . D. Pettus. Miss Birdie MarThe hoe a few days ago. It was chuslng tin, of Marctsburg, is visiting Mrs. W. Missions Is prewiring for an extensive county Is neutral ground and they are y Signature A missionary movement In the voluntas training their big guns In this direc- onu of Mrs. Delk's hens at the time E. Perkins and other friends. Miss lo-- e the tion. Gilbert and Thompson are mak and was so intent upon its mission that Belle Haldemun and Miss Jean Buchin that Spain will probably Address n It took no notice of tho danger into anan came up from Louisville Tuesday ing especial elTorts to divide the result of the war. zrarafrsa':a-syy:tf- : strength. MeCreary, however, which It was running, und coming In to spend the week with Mrs. June Allen went to Mt. SterItev. F. ling Wednesday. Sickness In his fam- has some shrewd lieutenants who will reach, Mllford dispatched with a hoe, Buchanan. Mrs. J. F. Holdam, of ily kepi him from going ovor In time no donbt hold their own In the fight. which he happened to huve in his Stanford, Is here for a few weeks with bund. Foxes have been very trouble- relutlves. Mr. Will Hansford, of MantonddrcbuthoC. W. U. M. as he was The county convention will be hot. No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. The Indiana democrats In convention some in that section for some time und chester, came down Monday to be with on the program to do. closed a to nominate a candidate for secretary the women ure talking of making up a his mother, Mrs. Eliza Hansford, who The Itcv. J. II. Hopper has meeting at Mulberry, with 13 additions of state favored a permanent strength- pony purse to reward Mr. Delk for this Is gradually growing weaker. Mrs. ening of the army and navy, with ade- righteous deed. Luclnda Slaughter, of Montgomery, to the church. He has also been O- ;t1 r?L In u meeting at Cropper, In quate coast defenses, tho construction CALL FOI1 MASS CONVENTION Ala., Is up to spend the Summer with of the canal, reallirms the which there were nine additions. Mrs. D. G. Slaughter at Crab Orchard and her mother at Manchester. Miss The Norfolk, Va., Landmark, prints platform of the Chicago convention In TO SKLKCT DKLIXiATKS TO Ought to cost no more than wrongly made shoes. They don't here. CONVENTION. Cupitolu Slaughter will accompany her In full the beautiful and eloquent ad- favor of the free and unlimited coinage It is partly getting the I In obedience to the order of the ex- to Manchester. Miss Fannie Redd redress of Itev. W. A.Slnymaker deliv- of sliver and endorses Hryau, with Ai.. . ! w a w T.'' m i compliments for tils patriotic course lu ecutive committee, I hereby eall a muss turned from Livingston Monday where ered at the memorial exercises of (:) In convention of the democrats of Lincoln she had a delightful visit to her uncle, Shaw Camp of Confederate Vet- joining the army. e A dispatch from Danville sizes up the to assemble ut the In Stan- Dr. J. S. Cooper and family. erans, last Tuesday, which is onu of the vX And partly having the right shoe. W hen we buy shoes we use all our Z?Z, Congressional situation pretty correct- ford ut 2 l. M., standard time, SaturM hr senses. We buy as well as we know how. We buy makes whose ma- tlnest elTorts of the kind we have ever How to Gkt the Bonds. The war ly us follows: Conservative .MeCreary day, July Dili, to sulect delegates to a read. kers stand by their work. We are always desirous of pleasing our The reort to the Christian conven- men claim positively that their man is district convention to be held ut Dan- loan which is now being olTered will be customers aud believe we can please you. Let us try. We carry Hats, Shirts, Collars and Cutis, Trunks and Valises. tion In session ut Mt. Sterling shows absolutely certain of Madison. Lincoln, ville, July 12th, which will nominate a sold to subscribers at par during the that there are now in Kentucky 7f0 Boyle, Garraid and Itockcaslle. These cundldate for Congress tn the 8th dis- period of subscription, which ends July a ! congregations of the Christian church, give him 77 votes, or two short of a trict. The basis of representation will 14, 1S03. The method of subscription c with a membership of 10.1,000. In the majority. Ills more enthusiastic fol- be one delegate for every 100 votes und has been made us simple us possible. The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. hist year there was raised for foreign lowers assert with equal emphasis that a delegate for every fraction over 50 Bhiuk forms may be obtained at every B! and at most of t missions S,10.1H); general missions In he will get Anderson. This would give votes for the leading democratic elector money order the banks and express olllccs, and on JI.15I.U5; church him the nomination on the tlrst ballot. lu thu lust National election. the United Stales, dead-sur- e thing they add Tho said executive committee fixed these forms is clearly indicated all that building, 12,071; negro ovungelUutlon, And to this Jessamine, which would clinch the vic- this qualification for voters: All per- It Is necessary for the subscriber to fill M75.M); woman's missionary society, may himself mall 35,110.15; Kentucky misslons.il J.uOO.00, tory beyond on all question. They as- sons who voted for the Bryan electors out. The subscriber 15. sert that Jessamine is really for Me- ut thu lust National election, und who to the treasury department at WashMake your homes cheerful ? making a grand total of $35,02$. Kvaugellst W. It. Gales Is drawing Creary, and will send MeCreary men ure quulltled voters ut the time of the ington the blank form filled out, tolarge crowds and creating much rellg as delegates pledged of course to vote mass conventions herein provided for gether with his remittance coveting par value of the amount of bends Ions Interest at the Presbyterian for Crutchcr so long as there Is a are held, or will be such at the next the for him to win. There is hard- succeeding election: till democratic for which he wishes to subscribe. That church. He is an earnest and faithful chance clean and beautiful. 40,- may be in whatever form Has constantly on hand every thing to make your hous-elaborer for his Master and inspires his ly auy doubt that MeCreary occupies youtns who will be eligible to vote at remittance 000 to suits the hoarors with seal and enthusiasm. the most favorable H)sitIon, and his such election, as well as such other per- best currency, subscriber's convenience In bank draft, check, appointed to go nomination on the first ballot would sons of democratic faith who by their Committees have been money order, or express money not be surprising. Gilbert, however, participation In such mass conventions s and out into the The day the currency is reluvlto the people to attend the services Is making new friends every day and herein named und who shall thereby order. Tho finest and cheapest you have ever seen. Window Shades, Picture Frames nnd a with another month to work In would claim themselves obltguted to support ceived, or tho day the proceeds are reand they are generally accepting the large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call and examine before buying. thu nominee of thu district convention ceived from the checks, drafts, or monInvention. At his request all of the be uu extremely formidable quantity. ey orders, the subscription will be enshall be entitled to participate. stores In town close nt 7 30 p. M. othat NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. may atJ. E. Caiison, Chm'n. tered und will immediately begin draw thu proprietors and employes No. 300 Main Street. N. W. MAY, CLEnK. Telephone No. 124. ing Interest. When the bonds are deE. D. Kknncdy, Secy. tend the meetings. Much time Is deG. T. Johnson has beon appointed livered, a check will accompany each voted to singing, which Is a very excel- postmaster at Orlando. Low Baths to Washington, D. C. delivery covering the interest at per lent feature of tho services. Calvin C. Gray, one of Gray's best and Kastkun Citiks. On account of cent from tho day the subscription is cltlzous, died there Wednesday. the meeting of the National Education- entered to the 1st of August, the date MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. f, M Five shares of Farmers Bunk, of al Convention at Washington, D. C, of the bonds, und from which date the iWi Danville, stock sold Monday at ilPO. Frank Gaines, of Little Hock, Ark., Juls bth to 15th, the Chesapeake & bonds will carry their own Interest. ; T, S. Botherluglou has been appoint- Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to blew his brains out when his wife left The State Board of Health has ised postmaster at Colyor, Madison coun- Wushtngtou from all stations In Kenhim for anothur man. sued a notice that it will hold an exam27, and Miss Mary ty. William Morgan, tucky ou July ."Jrd to lith ut one fare J. II. Warren has been appointed plus $2 for the round-trip- , good to re- ination of applicants for license to I. Roberts, 17, were married ut Itev. postmaster ut Hewitt,' Knox county, turn until July 15th; and subject to an practice the healing art "by auy sysJ. M. Cook's at Highland yesterday. This a hard thing to do Tho marriage of Mr. J. Tandy Kills Kentucky. extension of time until August :11st by tem or method whatsoever" at the Dr. J. W. Guest, of Louisville, will depositing tickets with the joint ugent University of Louisville, In the city and Miss Harriet Buinbrldgo ltlehard-so- u , bo resident physlciau at Rock Castle In Washington ou or before July 12th. of Louisville, beginning at 0 a. m. Lex'i will be quietly celebrated at Tuesday, July 5. The examination will Springs this season. ington on the 30th. This Is your opportunity to visit PhilaIn the county court at Danville Mon-da- delphia, New York und the seashore. be open to all bona fide residents of the W. Wall In, u brother of Mr. J. R. G. Evans qualified us adminis- Low rate side trips can be made from State, who ure graduates from schools Squire W. I). Wallln, und Miss Alice, tho pretty daughter of Mr J. C. Hays, trator of Mrs. Ellon Owsley Evans. Wushtngtou to Old Point Comfort und of Osteopathy, from medical schools Hut you can be comfortable aud cost you but little. Tuut-iluIt Is said thnt anothur of tho Bakers tho seashore. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio whose standing lias not been heretoof Crab Orchard, were married has been assassinated in Clay, but Ry. has two limited vesllouled trains fore llxed by the board, and to all repwho were reputa Nelsonvllle, O., a Chluaman whether by thu Howard faction or not each way dally without change. Its utable Near bly and honorably engaged in the pracl to an Indian girl at a gyp- Is not known. was married scenery is unsurpassed, its train service Gov. Bradley has Issued rewards of unequalled, and,is several hours quick- tice of medicine in this State prior to 'V sy camp. They foil out a few hours la2.1, 1SSI, who can furnish the ter, und agreeing to disagree they sep siuo eacn lor mo arrest oi tho persons est from all Central Kentucky points February II proof required by the statutes. who destroyed tho on tho than "OHlolal Routes" via arated forever. Miss Kmlly, daughter of the late Col. Richmond und Lancaster turnpike, Cincinnati. "A glance ut the map will Under tho now law private postal A. Kecno lllchards, of Georgetown, June 10. convince you." Avoid delays nnd cards may be sent through the malls Luster Coats at 11.50. Magnificent Hue of James Collins, a barber of Manches- changes by taking the Chesapeake fc the famous turfman, was married Sun-dti- y u stump ntlixed, contain101 reser- with to Capt. Frank Stubbs, of Monroe, ter, was shot and instantly killed ut his Ohio trains. For sleeping car vation, or any Information write or call ing either written or printed matter. Lu. Tho marriage took place ut Mo- homo lust Saturday night. It is not on your ticket agent, or Geo. W. Bar-ue- The cards must not bo larger thau tho : bile, where Capt. Stubbs Is in camp definitely known who did the killing. Dls. Pass. Agt., Lexington, Ky. regular postul card, IHxS' inches. On Straw lints from 25c to 2. Look at them m m It has no connection with the Howard-B.tkc- r with tho Louisiana volunteers. tho address side they must bear the feud. Loudon Echo. The seed sent out by tho government At Frcstonsqurg, John Barrett was words: "Private mailing card Au W. S. Hilton has exchanged his stock has proved so poor us to make possible to his divorced wife after a remarried thorized by act of Congress, May 10, Hoparatlon of 30 years. Tho brldo of goods and storo house with a Mr. a positive Injury nnd loss to the pur- 1S03." Nothing but tho address may groom Is 05 years old and the bride 50. Lynch, for a farm neur Columbus, O., chaser that Congress has authorized bo written on this side. The message J. Wheeler Cayco und Mrs. Itebecca und moves thero next week. Wo re- the secretary of agriculture to pur- on the other sldo may bo either In Adams Cayce, who were divorced last gret to lose Mr. Hilton aa a merchant chase samples of seed lu opeu market, writing or in print, und advertisements year, were remarried ut nopklnsvlllc. nnd citizen. Junction City Cor. Advo- test snme.and when found not up to the in colors muy be used. This will bo of ISnce tho divorce was granted they cate. Danville council has compro- standard ho may, ut his discretion, grout convenience to merchants and The tohave been lighting In the courts over mised tho bank tax cuses. Under the publish tho results of these tests, gether with the names of the seedsmen other udvertisers. tho custody of their three chlldron. agreement, Danville la to receive $3,000 by whom tho seeds were sold. Mr. P. Ketcham, of Pike City, Cul., in lieu of all unpaid past taxes, and the says: "During my brother's late sickQ. St C. CHEAP RATES ON Furnished ou New or Old Yehlcles. "Fly with mo!" ho Implored. banks are to pay the taxes levied for maiden an- ness from sciatic rheumatism, Chamhave no wings," tho Play Ball. Heds va. Washington tho year 1808, which will muko about berlain's Pain Balm was the only remCincinnati, Sunday, Juno 20, Queen & $2,500 additional. In other words, there swered with a hard, cruel laugh. edy that gave him any relief." Muny 'Pardon mo!" hissed tho youth, his others have testified to the prompt reCrescent Houto. Ask Ticket Agents was in question an aggregate sum of usual low between $14,000 and $15,000, and the faco sot and resolute, "your pigeon toes lief from imlu which this liniment affor particulars. Excursion at fords. For sale by Craig fc Hockor, city accepts $10,500 us a compromise. misled me!" rates from Junction City. She shivered, now, aud drew her Druggists. Kentucky C. L. S. C, Lexington, The taxes to be paid by the banks for feather boa more closely ubout her Frank Davis, of Albany, Tenn., atJuno 20 to July 0; li faro from Cincin- the year following 1S08 will depend up- slender neck. tempted to kill himself when he paw and from all points In Kentucky, on the decisions to be rendered in the nati Heurv Sizemore, of Clay, was given his sweetheart inrutviag a Kiss at uu-tgood to July 10th returning, for salo courts In cases now pending. AdvoveuYs for incest. . other of her beuux. cate. via tho Queen & Crescent Route. XV. 11. Lyon- Who Will Be e. M Congressman J Luglsln-service- s. - MeCreary, Thompson or Gilbert ? Here's a Chance to Get a Suit Free. Straw Hats At pas-iii- L Cents On The Dollar. Me-Croa- ry The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone 1-- on-gag- Nh-aragu- a CONOKES-SIOS'A- L J V3vuy j'Mut jDjui) mm I Nle-my- or Ihe Right foot Me Right Shoe. m i 1 1 court-hous- II CALDWELL & LANIER, post-olllc- e, "maKr.r.y A. E. GIBBONS s post-otll- ce hlgli-wuy- 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, A. E.GIBBONS, Danville, NJVXY X .'5 TTTTT i! 1 iS.t.t.f LUUL ! I These Hot Days, At $2.50 To $4. At50c to $1.50. y, II y. I Linen Suits toll-hous- d one-ce- nt y, i Soft Shirts I I H. J. Mc ROBERTS. 1 RUBBER TIRES -- -- 'I There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAREN St SON. wo .... .. , jMe4j . . , N,,a 4ff - ArP"1 "T rwv "T- - r - ('I'll Hi ;p i t U Bt iVf with Admiral Samp- Hill; William Dixon, Hyden; Harlan abovo throwing dead hogs in tho creek. Georgetown Times. son's assistance, landed his army at T. Beatty, Beattyvillc; John Pattrlck, Tho noted saddle and combined stnl-lioDaiquiri, 5 miles east of Santiago, and Jackson; George C Coram, Greenup, Black Squirrel, 58, tho property j at Juragua, three miles west of Dai- - Joseph Forrester, Harlan. of J. W. it J. M. Garrett, of Woodford The first expedition to JUNE 24. I SgS'quirl, with very little resistance. A 20 Stanford. Ky. mile battle line 01 wnrsnlps, aliening Gen. Shafter, consisting of 1,000 men, county, is dead. In his death Kentucky every cove, as well as oomoartung me left Newport News yesterday, under loses the greatest saddle stallion that W. P. WALTON. mis over uveu. so much greater was fortifications at tho entrance to Santl-- ' Brig. Gen. Duffield. Brig. Gen. brigade will go next and tho he as a sire than any other of the breed ago harbor, kept the Spaniards in fear differ- two brigades of Garrctson and Dutlicld that came before him that It Is doubtto land In conversation with nn old Confed- of an attempt Dummy at n dozen also will probably be formed Into a division ful If any man will dispute his title, transports erate yesterday he expressed the deep- ent points. lured them off to the west, while tho under Gen Henry. More will be sent "tho king of the saddle horses." He est distrust at the criminal tardiness in SanIf necessary, although the War Depart sired Chester Dare and other noted petting the recruits ready for war. Cubans under Gen. llabi, west of confusion by a ment reirards as a fairy story the re- - saddlers. "Why," said he, ''President Lincoln tiago, added to their there are 41,000 Spaniards at issued his proclamation of war in April sharp nttuck on the Spanish forces. port that Santiago. 1SG1 and within three months, the . MUtnliPii t ilcii HaNNA was in complete control of The Navy records show that the Southern Confederacy without a single the Ohio republican convention which Attorney You say you had called to up the Spanish used for corking soldier to start with, without arms, am?c AIUs Hillings and was at the house at Wednesday at Columbus, and lleet in Santiago Harbor, was purchasthe time the burglary woe committed? of the require- met munition or anything nominated a State ticket from Secreof the GovernWitness Ye, sir. ments for war had whipped the splen- tary of State down in short order. ed by a peclal agent "Then how did It hnppen that when ment for 83 12,000, and that she cost didly armed and equipped U. S. army Charles Kinney heads the ticket. The , Into the Government the prisoner at Manassas and put it to Inglorious resolutions endorse McKinley's admin- but $192,000, so that of just 81.10,000 assaulted youdit&hcd leaped the room and you through the was swindled out flight. There was no red tape mobiliz-- ! istration and his course In the war, and, when the ship came into the hands window and went home, making no atWo intend making this sale the greatest hirgnln giving oiler over attempted in Ing in those days. It was like Capt. favor the annexation of Hawaii and of our naval officers, sho was found to tempt to defend the lady or give the this vicinity. We have already been discovered by the bargain seekers of thl city of j Mike Salter, one of the bravest commend the election of Hnnna to the be the mo?t Useless boat alloat. hence alarm?" "I thought It was her father." Hart- and county but we propose tostartle tho country with wonderfully cheap selling Morgan's captains, said to Capt. Bal-- I United States Senate, which everybody she was chosen to cork up Cervera. A ford Times. during this sale. lance, the slow motioned mustering) knows was secured by fraud and briblittle investigation of this swindle officer at Lexington, wheu chiding him Thrown Ann)', ery. alonjr with tho Mothodlst book concern "You seem fond of that old nnnchnlr. for delay, 'Gen. Morgan rode through j In order. appropriation is decidedly Mis liirdie." sold young Cholly, who Kentucky with a squad of men, mobiJack Chinn told a Lexington newswas silting bolt upright on the edge of whip- paper man that "Thompson may not lized: an army on the gallop and BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. a chair about eight feet away. ped the enemy on.slght.' It is abso- - win. but "we" are going to beat Mc- "Vl. " r.MllUnl tho 1'r.linn ivnr.,n. ' ... lutely disgusting to think that it has Crearv." It is lust such talk as this Mt. Sterling has reduced Its city tax Ui bertcJf ,,nk . . ... , taken this resourceful nation of 70.000.- - tnal js raaking the more conservative rate from 50 to 25 cents on the 8100. fortable. And it seems to know whnt 000 people more than two months to and decent members of tho democratic We propose to give hway to our ciitoners. Franklin county sold 8V2,O0O 4J per its, nrms are for, wooden as It is." free of charge, In addition eet a few volunteers armed and equip. party Hook to the man who has such op- cent. 20 year bonds at par to a Chicago Hut even this was loBt on the thick- - to our already low prlcos a va'uable and useful premium with every 110 or J2-- pur- ped for service. War means a good position. .headed youth. Chicago Tribune. firm, cllllU'C. deal more than wearing shoulder straps suffered a 815,000 fire Mon- Mnyfield A I'ntrlntlo IkMcrnuc. ON CUBAN SOIL. and swords, and we need somebody at "Is It soda wnther ye're drinkin'?" day: the Mayiield Lumber Co. sustainthe head of affairs to impress that fact." exclaimed Mr. KnlTerty. ing 814.000 of it. ARMY OF INVASION SAFELY LANDS. There has indeed been the most crimi"It is." replied Mr. Dolnn. Tobo Magoffin, a Kenton county Ne"What llavor wor ye takin'?" nal incompetence and blundering disA LITTLE BRUSH OFF SAN JUAN. of eating 50 gro, died from the effects "01 hod n mixture; strawberry, vanilplayed by officials high and low. Had bananas on a wager. la nn crushed vi'lets." New York, June 23. Playa Del the navy with regulars been sent At Mexico. Mo.. Peter Matthews "Oi nlvver heard lo thc lotkcs." Este special says that the last man against Havana immediately on the was sentenced to Oil years for alleged One billot of Calico, blue figured, ltd Yard wide hemp carpet lie. "Nor did 1. Hut 'twor the only red, of Shatter's army landed at 1 A. M. declaration of hostilities, tho capture assault on his daughter. wliite an' blue drink the clerk couid put light and fancy, 31c yd. ynrd wide hump carpet He. of that city could have bean easily acMadrid, June 23. San Juan caAlex Jones, of Boone county, lost his up." Washington Star. Summer Corsets, 24c. Few rolls matting to close 10c. complished and the starving reconcen-trado- s ble says that an American cruiser mind brooding over tho death 01 Apron check Ginghams 3c. Floor oil cloth l$c. I'liin'omarj' Ailtlri. that we started out to feed and appeared of harbor. Terror, IsaUig lot new yard wide percal at 6c. horse he had owned since a boy. Table oil cloth 12c. "You may go," said thc magistrate; free, would have long ago received bella and gunboat attacked and enI ot Nauvcnute Ciepou cut to fie to clan-Lo- t Ladled' dlecvelc vost., 4o or 3 for 10c. advise you, in future, not to John M. Atherton win chosen a di- "and and the war would have been a succor emy withdrew. One Spaniard killIjiwiih, 4c. Heavy Ilrown Cotton 4c 1'at. hooks and eye reduced 6 to 3c. rector of the L. N. in place of John threaten your wife." thing of the past: whereas with ttieex- ed and three wounded. The Individual, who had his head In Checked Cotton only 4c. Whale Hones oc dor.. D. Taggnrt, of Louisville, deceased. t ception of Dewey's victory won with- -' bandages and his arm In n sling, turned Cotton in blue S Klc. Ladies' and Misses' HiHra. Milan, Tenn., John Sowers, while nwny sullenly. WAR ECHOES. At oat the administration s assistance and Yardjwidu lllenchcd Cotton 4c. MonV llnlbnggan Miirt 20o? two for 36c drunk, fatally stabbed his half brother, "An he gits ten t'ousand n year fer in spite of it, nothing has been acHope Cotlon 5 The 2d Kentucky has at last been who was trying to take him home. MunV l'orcal coft hoMim shirts detachsayin' rings like dat!" Puck. complished. The peace at any price supplied with nrms Springfield rllles. Scrim, Just the thing for ctiitiii, only able collar, 4Si The present term of the Jessamine party, of which McKlnley was chief, j The president has nominated Desha An Honest .Mnn. 3Jc as long - it hcts. Madrls Cloth Shirt, detachable collar, seems to have fully determined thnt Breckenrldge.of the Lexington Herald, circuit court sent 13 convicts to the "I should think." said Cnwkor. after Six feet window ?hado only 10c. Kit bosom, coils to uiatohOSa; worth fl. penitentiary, ranging in terms frcm I'ellican hd finished a udlously long since they could not avert war, It to be second lieutenant of volunteers. narration, "that our friend Pelllenn one to five years. shall be a bloodless one so far as lightAdmiral Sampson Is at last In direct nrlOO pair-o- f Indies' and Mines' Shtiv jmii on Ikitgutn Conn tor to be closed out James W. Boyd, late keeper of the would make a perfectly trustworthy ing is concerned. Ileconcentrados may a 75c. They are worth from 1.2i to J'J per pair. communication with Washington thro' Hopklnsville was indicted ; starve and the flower of the American ''jvr sk( Cuinso. earth sicken or die in camps and on the repaired cable from Guantanamo. for "knowingly holding an office after !,e nt'vcr short ,n h,s accounts." ' .... exp red. It Is estimated that 81,400,000 a year his vessels, but no bloody Spaniard will be Uarh.m LlfCi killed, if McKinley and his crowd can will be derived from the special tax It is tne opinion in wan oireet umv Tim Tomler. put on express companies on account of subscriptions to the 8200,000,000 3 per help It. "I thiuk Mr. Gorinus is thc softest-hearte- d the war. will reach tho enormous cent war loan T. D. K VNEY, Manager man I ever knew," tald Mrs. xnu 1.NTEUIOKUOL-B.NAL- , use a great The Swt0 Departinent acknowledges aggregate of 81,000,000,000. Gormus. "He just can't endure the many of its readers, was for Gov. Mc- Uranch Mores at Pari, Carlisle, Mt, Sterling, Hardxtown, Lawrenceburg , r....,i.i , imiithat u WM in8inf0Pmert about Caraara's James Sausser, of Easton, Pa., who thought that anybody is in pnln, nuil Creary for Congress before any other fleet and thnt the ,leet ha3 not e ckort, Iud. has been suffering from a stomach he has slept in the garret all this week na,Verbaille, Eminence, Cioorgetown, r uabethtowu, Frankfort, announced himself, but had ej t Cadiz trouble for the past threo years, vomit- so he couldn't hear the baby it not been originally for him the! Thc fieetof trunsports and warships ed a lizard, which lived for several waked up and began to cry." when she Chicago mean and meazly fight and unripht.1 , Tribune. x a m!iMaK the hours. exactl eous combination against him would j arriving off Dr. P. G. Trunnell, one of the most vae from Port T Jn n ilKKi'tl". have drawn us to his side. Knowing Santiago at noon Monday. "Do you believe In the savin: that prominent physicians of Louisville, and that he is stronger than any one of The House Committee on Military an soldier, shot and 'Man proposes and (Jod dispones? the them and doubtless stronger than both Affairs has reported favorably a joint wounded John Hall, Negro, .vho at- asked. of them together, the candidates have resolution reviving the grade of lieu "Of course," he replied. tacked him for garnisheeing an ac"Then should think you would do combined to defeat h Im.but it is not writ- tenant general in the army. count. your share," she suggested. ten that it will be successful. The people Washington, June 22, 5:15 v. m. Nearly Hi years ago Tom Coursey Shortly thereafter everything was are with the governor and they will Miles cipher dispatch says army was shot and killed by Netta Whitson arranged satisfactorily. Chimeo Post. tramnle over the uoliticians who at landing near Santiago; arrange near Lewisburg, and after the lapse of tempt to thwart their will. Let every l ments made to attack Spanish ilank nil these vears. he is under arrest Where Tourists Will Go. By Mel reary man see to it that he get:? and rear. charged with his crime". He was living land and Lake to Northern resorts. justice by coming here on the 9th and Gov. Bradley issued a proclamation In Missouri and had made a good rep- Michigan with her Mackinac, Charlo standing in his column. voix, Petoskey, Bay View, Wequeton-sincallinir on the citizens of Kentucky to utation. organize and look after the wives, and other the launching of the new English At retreats, Speaker Reed was entirely ignored mothers and children of thoe left battleship Albion the staging fell, pre where the weather is always cool, will Timothy Hay, COpcrcwt Com Chop by the republican county convention at ,.. " 70 ' Chicken Feed cipitating 300 people into the Thames. bo the Mecca of Kentucky tourists this Mixed Hay 45 Me. Resolutions were pass-- ! hlnd b' tho boldlere at war. 25 por bu. The British Consul at Santiago do Fifty persons aro believed to have been Summer. Large numbers from Louis- - Clover Hay ed eulo-iziPresident McKlnlev. in- COAL. 40 " " Fails Ilranch Lump dorsing his conduct of the war, advoca- - Cuba cables that Hobson and his fel- drowned. Thlrtv bodies have been re vine and interior jKilnts In the Stato Millet lljiwrlni. covered. A largo number of women and from Indiana have already planned Straw o " " Jelllco Lump ting an aggressive foreign policy, an lmv Prisoners were removed from 10J ' in the army and navy, and j ro Ca9t,c Junc 7' and aro now confined were rescued in an exhausted condi- through Mr. E. II. Bacon, of the Mo-n- Feed OaW 45perbu. Jellico Nut " 10 " Route, for accommodations on the Shipstuir tion. 70 per cwt advocating tho annexation of the Ha- - in the barracks at Santiago, Special prices on both feed and coal in fine steel ship, Manitou," which leaves wallan Republic, but not a word was' sPaln has heretofore annually ex large quantities. Chicago threo times a week for these LAND AND STOCK. said of Reed, nor was he mentioned in P,,te(1 t0 th,s country about 82,000,000 points and is infinitely the most detho speeches. Considering that he worlh of oranges, raisins, nuts and John Moore bought in the East End lightful trip offered this season. represents that town and countv the,wlne9- Tniei 'ear thU tnu,e wiH be a bunch of hogs at 3Jc. The action seems a deliberate slight at the supplied by California and Florida, Boyle, has rates for this incomparable vovage are GnnrPQ F. Anderson, of no greater than by nil rail, but so much speaker, who is said to feel it very i Admiral Sampson has opened to the sold his new wheat at 75c. keenly. , general public, sebject, of course, to pleasanter that vacations will bo doubNecklace, an outsider, at 10 to 1, won ly censorship, the United States and Hay-t- i enjoyed by those making the selecC. W. Lester won his suit to set the Latonia Wednesday. telegraph cable line from Playa del the first race at King sold to Carter & tion. gerrymander act In the 3d district Mrs. Virginia 15 miles east of Santiago de Cuaside. The court of appeals affirmed Este, Straub a lot of corn at the crib at $2.25. Judge Morrow's decision and held that ba. Mark Hardin sold for cavalry purGov. Bradley has received orders for under the constitution appellate redis- poses a horse for 3110 and a mule for Ti'MmtVl tMAHlll.ini Inn r f n f rt triction can on'y occur every 10 years. ' tucky regiment at the earliest possible $35. The act sought to transfer whitlev Banished won the Tobacco Stakes at county with Its 2,000 republican major"- - Vl11 nt; II is bought the companies Latonia Tuesday. Oriraara was secMU-- ei Oxfords .it One; former price $1.15 to 81,23. bej?in to m0V6 by Fr,day 0r SatUr' ity to Judge Burnam's district and also Ant ond and Doncella third. f to cut off several republican counties Charles Worthington, of Mercer, from Hazelrigg' district. Mr. Lester' A captured Spanish officer says one sold to Brigadier General Bills his fine will be a candidate to succeed Judge of the shells of the Vesuvius entirely young saddler, King Squirrel, for $750. destroyed the battery at Cayo Smith, Lewj8i C. L. Dawes bought In Pulaski 100 Cool, Exhilarating, Restful. Music,' Amusekilling the whole garrison. The people Memphis have re- - of Santiago say the Americans are sheep at 2i to 4c, and of T. J. Hill a The democrats of ments and Good Living. nominated by acclamation for Con- - throwing earthquakes Into the towne. bunch of top ewes at 3c. He sold to E, Crab Orchard, Ky. lfV. For Terms iiddcss, gress, E. W. Carmack, who sent old TJ. S. Marshal Coleman captured T. Pence a bunch of hogs at 3c. Joslah Patterson to grass last year in counterfeiters Louis Coffey and Sloney M. S. Baughman and A. C. Dunn GUS HOFSIANN, Prop. -- THEthe election and then downed him on a Mounce In Wayne county, together furnished the government 47 mules, contest in the House of Representa- - with a large amount of spurious coin, which they bought in Lincoln and adtives. Patterson had no claim at all j molds, stamps and a complete counter-t- o joining counties at an average of $55. the seat, but he reckoned on the ras. feiting outfit. Two illicit stills were A. A. Crutchfield sold to Stone & Ity order of tho Hoard of Directors of tlu callty of tho republicans and his gold destroyed and several prisoners cap-bu- g Co., of Jessamine, a mare for $40 and Mcftlnnoy Canning Co. I will soil to tho proclivities, and lost even with tured. to E. S. Bruner a horse for $30. He . lilirhfut bidder tho frunchUo urn nruiu.t-tthose In his favor. Spain's reason for refusing to ex- - also bought a mare iu Jessamine for of tho .MeKlnuuy Canning Co at 10 o'clock, j a.m., on change the prisoners of the Mcrrimac 810. A dispatch from Frankfort saysi X It was feared a demonstration of John b. Fos- E. P. Woods bought was that Thursday, that Attorney General Taylor has told1 on their return would strengthen the ter a bunch of light shipping hogs at 3 :,, ., icoc a friend here that he Is still undecided ., . , 0 , ,, iCrfP.uumtiuiiurfiuj; tl'tlu-9Unt. , TT iihli In html) tint Mimn iii'..i. I.. ,., JllJUU UUI'IY iU II1U LMIILUU Dl.llUS, US II to 3J; a bunch of lambs of A. Mv '" flilr-about his candidacy for the republl fi una 1U month. Tho putrhus- payments In were any other party so long as land at 4!c and a bunch of John Skiu-- nn tn a viwttlf t mitilu tiitnitlliiUfk .. .. j! .... t t can nomination for governor and that there , t10 nrst war lasts. Gen. Blanco has sent word more Ut 4 jc. xtlonal Itank of Stanford und the chances are he will not run. This H. U. Bronaugh wns In it at Latonia bearing lv percent, lutere-- t from duto of will no longer recogonize any is bad news. All the democrats, who that he A ll,, wl" ,M on i, Hag of truce. , "luiiii fa two of the six races "' to g(.curo pajiiifiit of doforrftdtho know Taylor, want hhz. to run. He Is notiw. B., selling ato to- -, purchaser must The fourth regiment, Col. Colson's, on the card. Kitty all contracts nbout the shortest horse In the repubhcahon will mobilize at once at Lexington. beat d Held of eight and Kathio .May, U for the altovo of Tho proiiorty sstuated In tho town lican stable and Is fully as dense as he The captains, with the locations of to 1, easily defeated nine other start- - ,)f Ky.. 011 thoC. s. it. U, is short. the country uroiuul Is suitable for tho pro- their companies, are as follow; A. H. erd duetlon of a llnegnidoof tomatocM The country is safe. "Sweaty" Stewart, Prestonburg, B. B. Golden, H. Johnson has lost duilng .1,0 nInt, Thoninnory Is conveniently for ciin-- J. arrang-pa- st Koop. of Louisville, has been given a Barbourville; J. Edgar Park, Irvine; 130 line hogs, ' has all neeuiiry rnaelilnury hiiltablo for month from cholera ... TAlulttnn In tlin .wv.,uu. A,Annn uc- - ji,. 1, r "' ,t1?""'.t:. .. tntAHnnl .b.v.Uu0 An " ""Wo worth about $2,500. The disease among in. r.i aneioy, Aiuany; u. r'. .. ...... . ...... partraent at Louisville. HIGG-IN- S u .Middlesborough; T. G. Tyree, Olive his hogs was caused by persons living M. WARE, President. F. THE INTERIOR JOUBNAL Gen. Shafter, n, SPECIAL - , Gar-retson- 's JlOTCEjElflt ! Met-rlma- c, 1 1 1 Read, Read. A General Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store -- FIFTEEN DAYS I Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Leaders, No Baits And No Catches. nb-olui- . Values In Dry Ms And Notions. 3-- 4 11 I I t , 1 -- J j ! c. a- j work-hous- I The 'Louisville Store. return-candidat- ; Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHBLTON, Prin. 11 1 A g ! well-know- GOOD THING TO KNOW- Our Prices. n mr Mor-increa- se on ' : - J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. GREAT BARGAINS IN V - 1 M a-- J I CRAB Misses' And Children's Uzfords. ORCHARD SPRINGS NOW OPEN. Children's Oxfords, 50c. Former Price 90c to $1. E. RERKINS, -- uircrcwncTrcTiwE, I I I o ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. ! ..., June 3otI, . . 11 I T proNr-.uuiiui- li-o- The Latest. Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. & McKINNBY. !...., I , ....... ao-- ..1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Wanted. butter. To buy egg9 and good i Tin: passenger train South yesterday did not arrive till 4 l M., too late for us to use the three letters that came by Mark Hardin. I fS2S3:EaSa S2E2SElB!li3E KJBbiHJBuiK 1 lKkiLAadlV Ski: our Dewey ware In Green Crys- - it. tal and Gold. Warren & Shanks Stanford, K v., June 24. l8f;8 John E. Wright, the Danville mon. Sereon doors, eash nnd ument man, Is back from a visit to the quarries In Vermont and Canada, E.C. Walton, Bwisiss M.iy.u:n. I800" wl' ltl w'"''un A shank' - SHOO-PLY- I Havk your uyori tested and properly' Ovr.lt frfi.uOO prescriptions have boon fitted with glasses at Craig : Hock- 111 led at Penny 's and eorrc-'tior's. carefully RoiiliKD AGAIN. Tommy Ball tells Drue Store. Yoira will receive the us that Miss Mary Popples' turkey WE havn just received a lot canncl same treatment. house was raldod again a few nights nut coal for cooking purposes to sell at ago and .'!0 young onus taken A few PERSONAL AND MCIETYTOSSIP. 10 cents a biishul ddlivcrod. J. II. weeks ago her onlire lot was stolen and A: Co. of Lancaster. Baughman Miss Nkm.ii: Dillon, she had just bought the above. is with relatives here. JOHNNY, little son of Curtis Young, Taxes. Tho tax books are now Mrs. James Lkk wont to Coalsburg of the Ewell section, died Tuesday ready and the auditor has written me . 10c I'cronlc 5c yesterday to visit friend-.'?L(mb.rJc night and was buried at Mt. Moriah 3" to hurry up the collection of taxes. 100 Eest Envelopes 5c Calico will enter- church Wednesday afternoon. Sic, MlSH Hbttik WKAltr.N 8c Please don't postpone but come tip at Hat 12Jc Cra'.h 81c $i oo tain few friend this evening, 10c Wigging 25c Ladles' Hose Bail. John P. Colyer was allowed once and get a receipt for your taxes l$c 5c Samuel W. Mkneeki: left yesterday 10c Crinoline ball by tho examining court for killing for this year. S. M. Owens, Sheriff. loc Ladie- -' Hose 81c oc for St, Louis to nwnd a few days. 25 Table Linen 12c Sooks "ic 70c Mr. W. U. WEAREN has socured a Jailer Catron at Somerset, In the sum A DRUNKEN tramp, who bore the reof Su.OOO, which he gave. ;ioc Undershirt 85c Table Linen... V. A. Mor 22jc 05c position In the Louisville Store. semblance of a Spaniard, and who G5c Shirt oO Shoes ?1 00 spending his row defended and O. II. Waddle prose- - wouldn't give his name, was jailed by ptj. fl Julian Bourne is oc Shirt 10c Collars 10c 50c vacation at Miss Klorcnco Truehoart's. cuted. Newland yesterday. Somebody Marshal Gc Urown Cotton 25c Si Ik Tie 3c isc Misses Sallie and Jennie Lynn INSANE.. Marlon Owsley, of the East had hit him a fearful blow on the (!c Urown Cotton 5c Apron Gingham Ic visiting Mrs. Molllo Thatcher In End, was declared of unsound mind In head which laid open a gaping wound. 3Jc are Oc Wenched Cotton 50c Serge 4c ,... 3c Somerset. the circuit court Tuesday and ordered .' SI Corsets SOc 30c Serge Whim: scullllng in a coal car of o0c Mrs. J.G. Frith and children, of to the LcxJugton Asylum. Deputy M 10c Cake Soap 5c Pound Best Cotton Hatting Dr. W. No. .'17, near Mt. Vernon, freight Brodhend, were guests of Mrs. 7Jc Sheriff C. B. Owens took hi in over morning, Marshal Noel and B. O'Bannon. that afternoon. fA Dave Whitman, both brakemen, were Mesdames Samuel Salthr and O. was runI. Huffman went to Lebanon Tuosduy AT the meeting of tho bankers in thrown from the train, whicharm badly Danville it was decided that the draw- ning rapidly. Noel got an visit relatives. to Miss Susie LaSLEV left ycHtorday er of checks shall pay for the stamp sprained and Whitman was considerfor Ho)ktnsvlllo to visit Dr. Andrew otherwise the check will be Ignored. ably cut and bruised. family. The stamp law goes into efLuther Benson, one of the most M fect next Friday. D. A. Harnett, of Lebanon Juncentertaining temperance lecturers that tion, Ment several days with his paWanted Rrcruits for the Oth Uni- ever appeared here, Is dead. Let us rents at Rowland. d hop-th- at tho first "Fifteen Years In ted States Volunteer Infantry, 'S Miss Holme U. Williams, of Ham-men between the ages of IS and Hi i," that he spent sufficed for his sin iVTP ilton College, Lexington, Is the guest Xt fi71 -years. Must bo able to read atid of drinking and that his terrible thirst of Mrs. Mary Craig. write, of enlistment two years. for liquor will be felt no more. Since Miss Delia Nevei.s. of Corbln, Apply 'form at once to W. B. Penny, Stan- he was hore he has graduated several passed down to Lebanon Junction to times at Kceloy Institutes and finding ford, Ky. visit Mrs. A. F. Haley. him incurable they had declined to Missiw Fannie Hurnside and Flor- Gone. The Ivandy Kitchen is no treat him any more. unco Doty, of CJarrard, are visiting more. The proprietor, J. S. Edmiston, will ndjourn Saturday till week after Misses Maryjind Margaret ool. WHITE. Died, In New York City, next. found that such an establishment did Mrs. W. H. McUoherts and daugh not pay hore and Wednesday moved June 21, Miss Kutie White, daughter -- Viv. Had a2L iLsd Tin: Lawn Fete given by Miss Joseters, Mary and Nellie, went to Louis- - over to Lancaster, where the people of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wbllc, alter a Sho had phine Reid In honor of Misses Lewis long illness of consumption. villa Wednesday to visit relatives. indulge more In swoetness been connected with the mission work and Baldwin Tuesday evening proved Little Annette Allen, daughter than heru. And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of to all of the metropolis for four years, but an occasion of general enjoyment of Elder F. W. Allen, has boon very You can go to Louisville and return her health growing so bad. her parents who had the pleasure of attending. Tho 111 of stomach trouble, but Is oonvalec Sunday for $1.7.1. A oolorud uxcurslon had her brought home. A few months lawn Is a lovely one and dotted here iug. e seats, occuwill be run from Richmond and the ago, however, she was seized with a and there with MRS. W. M. Hoole was on Wednesyoung people, its beauty pas- here at 0:50 a. M. and Is deslro to return to her work and to try pied by happy day's train en route to Owunsboro. Sho train will Nature parent at due to nrrivv in Louisville at 11 a. M. tho Christian Scionce cure, but the was animated and hclghtoned. perfect had been on a visit to For further particulars reo E. H. Far- dread disease had progressed too fur added an additional benlson In Lead, Colors, Stains &c. on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of Lancaster. and conspired with the other the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery nnd Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. T. L. ORR and J. L. Lewis mer, the barber, who is one of tho for any earthly help. Miss White was weather Mbssrs. memorable. a lovely christian and devoted her life things to make the evening who have been attending the college at committee. Reld was elegantly assisted In cause. Her remains Ml Ktmborllu Height-- , Tonn., are at home A cool snap, sultielent to make tires to her Master's receiving by Mr. Thos. H. Shanks, Miss by her brother, E. for the vacation. comfortable in the mornings, has pre- were brought home O., Mr. Mrs. J. vailed for several days, but showers A. White, who went to Now York In Katheryn Lewis, Defiance. Miss Lou Brujiit and George A. McRoberts, Miss Olivia ii, Hrlght came down from Mlddlosboro and warmer weather are predicted for rosonso to a dispatch tolling of the Baldwin, Richmond, and Mr. James lj.-- : the burial of their relative. today. It has been a splendid season sudden turn for the worse In her case, to attend funeral Held, while Misses Reld, Anne Shanks, a touching Miss Katie White. for wheat harvesting and a great deal and yesterday after We Have To. Mamie Wilson Carpenter, Virginia M Mr. F. Weckesskr, manager of the of it has been done. The crop goner-all- y sermon at MoKcndroo all that was mor- Bowman and Mrs. Reld as entertainers tal of the bright young woman was Hlue Gra-- s Grocery Co., was here to is very lino. refreshlaid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery, with were par excellenco. Excellent Wednesday, but the ront a store room ments were served and Mr. and Mrs. THE colored public school commence- the loved oile that had gone before. deal was not closed. Forestus Reld, parents of tho charmJuikje M. C. SaUKLKY, I,. C. War- ment will be held in Walton's Opera It Is Capt. Win. Boone Penny now. ing hostess, did all in their power to ren, W G. Welch and J. S. Owsley, llousu, Thursday evening, 30th. Prof. a help their daughter make her guests Jr., will go to Chlckamauga tomorrow W. D. Tardlf tolls Us that white people He has been regularly commissioned Volun- happy. Besides a large number of are expected and that special seats will captain in the U. S. Army of to sue the soldier boys. a part of young peoplo and a number of marr'ed 1'. TaUHMAN and son, be reserved for thorn. The program is teers and his company will be MRS. Georok lltli Tennessee Regiment. couples of this section, the following Nod Healov. started to their homo at an entertaining one a nl the admission Col. Tyson's It don't suit us to go to war We have to supply those left behind After a thorough physical examination, visitors were present: Misses Eliza Maysllck yesterday, but the delayed is only 2.1c. with Merchandise at Hight Prices. Eva G. Grant, Mamie the surgeons pronounced the doctor tho Hunton Caldwell, their trip train made them L. Frohman it Co., most perfect specimen of manhood Hlte Rowland, Virginia Bowman, DanThe Glome, J. till Bowman, Louis- m Hoy has resigned as Danville, gives our readers a chance to found In a list of SO. He tells us that ville; Mamie P. Mr. Jakes get a suit of clothes simply for a guess. he has 140 men enlisted and expects ville: Alma Lackey, Gallallu, Tenn.; agunt of the . fc C. at Junction City Cut out the coupon on our first page, Lucia easily to get out of tho number tho 1015 Letltia Brown, Lexington; Burn-sid- e, nnd HiH'iMited a position with the L. Jc guess Lebanon; Bessie how many votes the winning required. McAfee, N. ut Frankfort. J. J. McCarthy sue nominee for Congress will got on Lancaster, and Mrs. Mary the Tho captain received the folcoeds him at Junction City. Messrs. & Danville. If you strike the num lowing dispatch from tho war depart W. Bowtnan, tinal ballot anil James D. Sheley, manager of Hugli Rowland, Archie Dunlap, Horber go down and get the suit free. ment, under date of the 21t: Park Springs, was hero Tuesyon ace Bowman and Will Price, Danville. Col. Tyson, having reported that day. He tolls us that ho expects a good It is stated with almost full positivc-nes- s have passed examining board and havShirts, Linen Coats, Lester Coats, Underwear, Etc. guests are alroady ar17,500 L. A: X. men will LANCASTER, season and that that the you for captain in of their reduced wages ing recommended riving at the opular resort. have tlth U. S. Volunteer Infantry, the secI will be in ray Lancaster gallery in MRS. JOHNNIE CLAY and Miss Ida restored July 1st, and that all the retary of war authorizes you to recruit the Thompson building Monday, June who received $4,000 and over, and Pennington, of Bowling Green, who regiment. 27, and continue all tho week. Have were visiting the Misses Ellis, wore who were cut 20 per cent., will have an a company for that assistant adjutant general. your picture taken. A. J. Earp, Phovory suddenly Wednesday advance of 10 per cent., while those recalled home John Wulker. who went to Knox- - tographer, Stanford. Ky. on account of theillnossof Mrs. Clay's ceiving less than $1,000 will have an ville to bo examined, returned yester ?9l increase of five per cent. brother. The famous schools for both races day. He does not Know, If ho passed MRS. W. II. SHANKS and her pretty COLMSON. A head-encollision of or not, but If ho did, he will be 2d lieu and sexes atBcrea and Ariel will cease guests, Miss Kntheryno Lewis, of ItO and 20 occurred No. just tenant of tho company. Ho says the to receive both races. The Christian O., and Olivia Baldwin, went up freights South of Livingston yesterday morn surgeons and mustering olllcers will be Church has bought the school at Ariel to Richmond yesterday to spend a week wnen Doin engines weie Useu up. here in a few days to examine nnd en- and the college will In tho future be or two with Mrs. Shanks' parents, Mr. ing, strictly a Negro school. Berea will Engineers Burkhardt and O'Mary list the recruits. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. hereafter take only white pupils, poor were painfully, but not seriously hurt. IN the circuit court, Hon. R. C War- mountain boys from Kentucky nnd VirMiss Mamie Lynn entertained at an olegantcourso dinner, her The fault was with the agent at Ha- ren, as master commissioner, and Jas. ginia, and educate them for the minisas follows: Mrs. G. P. Taub-ma- n zel Patch who received an order to P. Bailey, as county judge, made bonds try. and Misses Esslo Burch, Cynthia hold No. 'M there ufter that train had with the U. S. Fidelity & Guaranteo This year D. W. Roach's Hock numBeck, Linda Owsley, Jen- passed. surety. Tho court bers just even 50 ewes. He clipped 250 mill Florence Co., of Baltimore, as mm nie and Marie Warren and Janio HELD IN $100. John Smith and Will overruled the motion for a now hearing pounds of wool, which he sold at 20c, Lewis, who took part in the shooting In tho case of Edmiston vs. Carson. A bringing $1 to the sheep. He raised 70 Caut. Matt Lowe, the veteran L. it In Maeksvillo Saturday night, were compromise was entered In tho case of lambs, which will bring about $4 each, . N. conductor, was hero a day or two as tried before Judge Curson Wednesday F. B. Clark vs. K. L. Tanner, for notes or $280. The entire Incorao from the a witness In damage suit against the und held In $100 each till next circuit growing out of a transaction In the flock will bo $330, or a little more than company. Citizens clothes changed court unless the grand jury Is recalled boom town of Rockwood, Tcnn., sever- $3.50 per ewe. Lawrenceburg News. n In the matter of running the Baptist the uppearance of the handsome and the cose Is disposed of this court. al years ago, and a judgment for $000 so much that those who were ac- Tho Nelson woman, who was badly payable after six months granted. The Association of Kentucky, tho Western customed to seo him In uniform punoh-- - wounded, Is still alive and promises to judge having been counsel in, tho case, Recorder has again shown that It is Jng tickets hardly recognized him. recover. J. W. Alcorn was allowed $10 for two head centre. The tremendous throw down for Whltsltt and his followers as special judge. W. RawliNGS, superintendMr. J. There will bo no war tax on the davs the suit of T. L. Shelton vs. tho shows what an influence that paper In of schools in Boylo county, was Interior Journal, the price remainent hero Wednesday attending circuit ing tho insignificant sum of $2, but if L. & N. for $00 damages for killing his wields with Baptists. Pete Crabtree was shot and killed by court. Ho ha3 received many natter- some of its delinquents don't come to cow, tho jury failed to agree. a candidate for trial of the case of James Hack- Sheriff George Kldd, of Whitley counTho ing requests to become time war will be made on them. Send superintendent of public instruction, or bring us a check for the amount you er, a Perry county life convict, against ty, while resisting arrest for robbery. inju- Crabtreo and his brother had stood the but has not fully made up his mind in owe boforo tho law requiring a two-ce- nt the L. it N. for $10,000 for slight 0ZM&--' collision on that road otllcors off with Winchesters the day In a tho matter. Ho has taken great interwm. stamp on each check goes into ries receivedbrought horo for safekeep- before. Ho was pardoned from the ssbssss: U iNL-- i; lllM-ViO-.-. s est In common schools and Is eminent- effect. You may save both money and while being T ing, occupied two days nnd resulted penitentiary last November. ly fitted for the position. humiliation by it. Mr. John B. Rodes, master commisyesterday In a hung jury, eight standLOCAL HAPPENINGS, Tho young men of Huston-vlll- e ing for tho road and four for small dam- sioner of tho Warren circuit court, Fair. and vicinity will meet at Huston-vlll- e ages. Judge J- - W. Alcorn represented was married to Miss Elizabeth Hlnes, logs. A. I will pay cash for walnut at I o'clock tomorrow, Saturday the road and Messrs. R. C. Warren und daughter of Mr. James D. Hlnes, last C. Sino. night at Bowling Green. afternoon, for tho purpose of electing Robert Harding the defendant. A sort of window glass has been InDoLong vs. Cash & McCormnck, for Set of butcher tools for sale. Warner officers for a stock fair which will bo which Is transparent to those In of August. balance on a traction englno, was on vented held there tho early part & Perrln. opaque to press. Tho de- tho house andcan see out;thoso outside. " while those It will be an old fashioned country fair, trial when wo went to Those inside Latest patterns In wall paper at W, will last three days and somo good pre- fendants claim that false representa- outside cannot seo in. c- Cf " B. McRoberts'. The superintendent of public Inmiums will bu glvon. Attend the moot- tions were made to them. cntor-prlsOne jury was discharged yesterday struction says the per capita will be Coal oil stoves from 50c to $15 ing If you feel Interested In the The court more than last year, when It was 2.20. and the other will bo each ut Warren & Shanks. ti)ir. H.l nnl lnlt- trt1. lni- - tilnn.1. ' . ., ... ., . fj iiiviiuuitiisi wK"b '"M ' f Illlt. CLOSING OUT At COST to Quit Business. 51-50 I jes-terda- y Seat-gent'- s two-ce- ablu-bodlc- I sell everything as advertised and if these prices do not convince you that I am going out oi uubmess you uun v Know wnai uargams are. mr t J v . SHANKS IS mtmwmsKwswRmKzm lorwrwrF F IKis-lb- ly tete-a-tet- - PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, hr CRAIG & HOCKER'S. mmmmmmsimm Stay fit Home I i i Somo Seasonable Goods: jo-tio- no to-da- y. Lin-niet- ta I OVER JACKETS, PANTS. OVERALLS, one-ha- lf oil!-cla- ls Hei-stan- o, d mmmMmmm$'smMmmw4 We sell the best $1.25 Men's Shoes in the World. SEVERANCE & SOVS. ft A'ed-nesdn- y class-mate- s Fe-lnn- d. 11 We Now Have A Full Line of the Very Latest Stationery in the New Initial Style. The Shape of Paper and Envelopes is Correct and the Quality Superfine. 50c Per Box. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. eaj-tal- The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearing's. ri. -G, f -- PAM - ji'i j&nx zrjy -- y.;tfTAi,A.,. - T e. to-da- FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. jfyMfciifcijrfi miiir mwfmtmr Ktrif A'i m jm'i-m-t. .a I iijiy m,fHyt-- - friif ftT- - - - '$" rrxrr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL vs.'blieJa.oa.Tvi.aaiasro tx: id. riiot-v- o Nanson's Spite. Xanscn, the north pole explorer, teems to lose no opportunity to express hl3 eonetmpt for Americans. In a recent Interview in Norway he .poke of the American public and his impresin the following "Americans are a lot of Inquisitive snobs who are attracted only by Micir curiosity to ap proach n celebrated personality. It is absolutely Imllfterent to them whethsions of Americans jr When courteous terms: nol oo paid 032. CO will be churned. 1MI No. Si er the attractions they run after are TIME CIBD. wandering clowns, preachers, pianists, north pole explorers or variety singKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ers. To them it makes no difference if the attraction is dramatic, religious, No. Arrrlve at Stanford at 1:04 a. m. 2:10 A. M. So. 4 Leave Stanford at All have the musical or scientific. No. 21 Arrive at Itow laud at 12:00 I V. same interest for the moment, and they 3:40 i M. No 22 Leaves Stanford at are willing to pay the same for it. v Bad management keeps more peoplo lu poor circumstanced than nny other one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan nlicad so that when n favorable opportunity presents Itself he is ready to tako advantage of It. A , little, forethought will also enve much expense und valuable time. A pru-- j dcut 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 and then ruin his best horse irolng for a doctor and have a bis doctor bill to pay, besides: one pays out '2o cents, the other Is out u hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor Is getting richer while ho is getting poorer. For sale by Cralg & P DR. R. 7W. PH6LPS, A Beautiful Kaf El Eh STARCH FREB p7trtMINVfr,fp III MQuiittSNoeooMic' HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Stanford, -- "- Kentucky. Onii-iMive- Present r III'kIiih ,1 MrkiiilH x Store l SSnTrMiDNE WUWMiWmK.r.ui nm k.ki ew roimQ or this A AS rH AS Or ANT rPVMU OTNtR itcm vnu ei .HIKIIMf tTAIta. wJ.CifU9IH6ER WWyCTI KtaWtOOJMirTJlOlll for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat 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 are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of three JT. T. STJTTOET, Undortolcor, 1 HuBtouville, trtlwuviuti 1 b. Kentucky k- of Writ I.lmoln OlJernliliMTTlooKM Hie ami Cavy coiiullr I till ttuck ol offaiitunil . Carnter. M cutter. liatnl V Hocker, Druggists. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Tnln going North N,25 3; " ForalllPolnts. South ' 12 87 p 2 41 a 12 4.1 a 1 27 p 01 in m m EO'IOH TICVCTS SOLI). HAOOAOE CHECKED TI1H0UGI1. For any information enquire ol Often the people were satisfied just to look at me, and I am sure that if I had stood up and sung a comic song for them they would have shown no surprise." It is, however, a fact that if the American people did not suit Mr. Nan&en, the American dollar did. Moreover, he took cpeclal care to forward evcrj dollar to Norway before he broke his con- JOE S. NICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND tract with the American manager. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee fjelieves that the great name he bears has handicapped rntlipr thnn liplnpil liim. "It Iiiik lifi n . ... . neavy load," lie says. "I have had the reputation of a lot of ancestors as well t as my own to look after. Whatever good I have done has been credited to them, and whatever of evil has been charged to me and magnified, because people said they had a right to expect much better things of a man of my blood and breeding. When I was running for governor of Virginia John Wise said that if my name had been Fitzhugh Smith I never would have secured the nomination. I replied that 1 had known a great many good men named Smith, and would have been ns proud of that name ns of the one I wore. In that way I got the votes of all the Smiths in Virginia and a letter from a man who told me 'never to forget Capt. John Smith, our first settler, who killed Pocahontas.' " Every man in Minnesota, in game carries a irun. or keens one hnnriv. Game, feathered or biped, Is met with everywhere at times. A traveler says that on his last trip through that state he was one day sitting in the baggage car talking to the conductor, when the latter suddenly jumped up, pulled the bell cord and seized a shotgun from a rack nbove his head. The traveler nat-- j urally Imagined that the train was at- -. tacked by robbers, especially as there soon arose the sound of firing, but when he ventured to look out lie saw the con ductor, engineer and nil the train hands blazing away at a flock of prairie chickens. Eight dead birds were picked up, and the train went on, after a detention of 30 minutes. This was a mixed train, but the conductor declared that It would have made no difference he would stop the limited express for game. But probably that was an exaggeration. Resokts.- - The Chicago is the proper Motion Route via line. Write E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphlets, rates and tltuo tables for all resorts In Wisconslu. Minnesota and cheerfully Michigan. Information of an agent to meet given and services all parties on arrival ol trains at Louisville and Chicago rendered free. Cool Wisconsin GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $xo,ooo 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 la the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks. American Pheasant. R English Quail, English Snipe. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque Is bordered with a band of gold. A.C.SNE, LEAi.t'.K In. IL V M B E R9 SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. CINCINNATI. TnJfoloirn Knnkfort.it fi:30 A. M. and 1 I. M.. connecting at (icorgctown with (j. A c. and reach-- 1 gv?::u A. M. ami o:u r. ji., iiiuiifviuiK av wcuim-- town with Q A Cuiid reaching Frankfort at 11,55 a. m. and 7:20 r. u JOSEl'il It. NEWTON, A. 0. P. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 12 02 p m No. 2 North South pm I??"lat8:4,!A--a,V!5LlJ::V..-1f.1J,"t,i ... the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratlc'party. In hon. j as. b. Mccreary candidate for Madison Count Of v, ft Con-grt- We are authorized to announce 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 iz Scent All Git Thorn: FIRE INSURANCE HON. G, G. GILBERT, Kentucky, subject to the action of the democratic par.y. Of Mercer. Con-pre- ss Of Shelby Oountv. Ha candidate for In the Elglith Congressional DMrlctof erset. SOSpm 600am No. 9 "10 " No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for from South of Somerset. 0 and 10 run no further than J uuctlou City and 5 and 6 only to Soms No.8 No.5 No. 1 " " " 1149 1118am am "4 " 6 11 " . 41am 134pm 8 Iii the EIl'IuU Congressional Mr rY.i..r. District of Kentucky, subject to th action of the democratic party. HON. J. B. THOMPSON, Is a candldute for Sl.firt no substitute. of tbrat 10 rrnt or Elmtle Htnrcb nrn entitled to re coir from their jrrocrr ori of tln"o benutlful Oam Plaque free. Tbo plaque will not bn Knt by mail. Ttioy can bo obtainod only from your jrrocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. Thl offer 1 for a (hurt timo only. pnrchart (Flat Iron llrnnd), rAckARC4 of Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. Caledonian auuaai t . : Insurance IHO6, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dsllclou. , PITT FOIt SALE. Car load at Also DiLil .bushel barrel. MJU T? A T WANTED to VYliLAl Hallatlccuta HAMILTON, liowland. I for T I Co.. 01' Scotland. store in Cyclone bushel. ISAAC 25 liu f I tt'w1!:7tu; ,! "?" 4 11 ' H ,,.& V- - Mm KOUND1CO -- , IH Ml POWDER Absolutely Pur CO., Nttf YORK. BOY to buy a small Farm of ITS to MO Acres. Must W good H fair improvements. Addre Und and hare K.," Hubble, Ky. I n tTiHf JjAllM. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, JTANKOIlI KV. wlh sen-so- n, I I via ! Store Room & Goods1 FOR SALE. A house and lot In Moreland Station, the main building CO bv 30, twostories high, up- per story Httcd up'for dwelling, suitable for small famllv and a side building 1 by 60, corn cribs, ware room and alt shed, well arranged for a general store, have been selling from $13,000 to 20.000 worth of good annually. Is offered for sale. ftifM 'tiwffiMM mmmnmmm.tumMam v. KM-- : l i 1 - a H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., 91 At BAKINQ POWOCR PRICE, 31,200. Also a good stock of good at prime cost. Until the house and good are sold lu a bulk. I will sell goods for cash at alout cost The home will bo rented after the 15th of July and the goods.sold at auction, regardless of price H. II. KINO. More-lauStation, Ky. the Queen south, to the Trans-Mississip- Low Rates & pi t Is Receiving liis Fall And Crescent Route from all points Winter GoodN. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Exposition, Omaha. June 1st. J0U Hi CtSTLKiU. A.O. Lxxux. 1 Lancaster, : Kentucky. B. Y. P. U. International .Meeting, Hufialn, July 1 Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd Porters Everything Cablo. 89 meet all trains. first-clas- s. FOf? CASH ! I have decided to adopt the Cash System believing it will bo better for my customers as well as myself, o beginning 1 .( -- 1 7. Knights Pythias Conclave, Indianapolis, August ii-j- o INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVEKI'OOU A. S. PRICE, JSurgeon Dentist, fiSi& Store in theKOwsley Stanford, Ky, . Building. Office over McRoberts Drue v I DB, W. B. PSinTTT, Oklahoma nns proudly joined the column now preparing to participate at will the and international j exposition. The territorial commission Only. Those owing mo must come forward recently appointed by Gov. JJarnes has and settle or their accounts will be placed bands for collection. begun the work of rnising funds for nn In 24V. A. Trlbble'sCAKsO.V. Crab Orchard, W. A. exhibit. The members of the commis sion seem to be alive to the importance of having Oklahoma's resources properly set forth at the exposition as an evidence of the splendid progres3 made THE and the inviting field which Oklahoma 'II affords to homescekers in the south'S U'li west. Trans-Mississippi dune15 sell for Gash fi. A. R. FnramniriPnt Cincinnati, O., September 0, R K I it i B3RBEE S CaSTLEMM. MANAOl.lte, 1898. 1 Soutfiern Railway Ask ticket Ajjents for particulars or apply to V. C. Rlncarson, (1. P. A., Cincinnati, ()., for free Books, flaps, Printed Matter, Time fables, Kates gnnd (nil information. Ooniruerco ;Building, AfaU Louisville. Throughout the oulh. jy W. -- A.. - TRXBBLJE, Ayi-ut- Ijth1 . Stanfokd, - - Kentucky. Co OeiitiHt, : Office on Lancaster Stanford, : street at Residence. Ky JtC.Jv)cCL)AY wiQk rJ'HS i;vis ?w may be assured, says the Chicago PENETRATES Tribune, that the war will not be a GREAT STATES long- one, but it will be long enough to EIGHT accomplish our purpoic the freedom Kentucky. Tennessee. Virginia. Georgia, of Cuba nnd the eviction of Spain. It North and South Carolina. Alabama, Mississippi. will be long; enough to teach Spain a salutary lesson In the twentieth century ideas of freedom, humanity and progress. It will be long enough to exhibit to the world the magnificent Hetvreen Louisville nw' the South. resources of the United States nnd to demonstrate that we can take care of DAILY ourselves and fight our battles unaided in any conilict that mny be forced upon Each way between Louisville and Lexington - It Farmers Bank&Trust OP STANKOUU, KY. F&Id up Capital, Surtlas, full' lly provision prolyl 5200,000 OC 17,603 30 Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS Self-Foldin-g THREE Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. -- Us. Inventive genius has come to the aid of the millions of people who have been W. A. TUHK. G. P. A., Washington. U. C. W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. FK1MI LINK OF- - Louisville, Ky. JhibfiiakV I Ui'' louS to bWing matches. Upon the market has been placed a brand of And Dealer in matches with the reverse end saturated HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. for a distance of half nn inch with n ' U JN iJ AJiU iL STANFORD. KY. TAKE THE chemical compound, pink In color, and impervious to fire. When the blaze reaches the chemically treated wood it goes out in a jiiTy, leaving: the finger unseorched. A Swedish Inventor is the originator of the improvement. The expected rush to the Klondike is and Tinning, j. "T. Jones, Dry Goods, Groceries And TINNING STANFORD, Genral Merchandise., FIRST NATIONAL & PLUMBING, S. H.SIianW. rrcsl.lent; ri clmrlcr, tre i tu Natiiuul lUuki, Iti harchoiler living lield Inillvltliinlljr llulila lu Iheuxient ufthft aiuuuntol ilirlr ttiKk therein it the par vuluotlienof, in.iililttluii to thoaiuouut in Tvatfl In utli ilum It luijr act ai tnnt.t', Ac , fully tut nu lmllrldiul. TdiilctliiKour thankoto thoo who liaxx'nlruit. their lie rl do o, liuthirM lo u,at a iruit thtijr will con I Inat to ami weollvr Riiarniilcfor roiuii Iftitlon to taiueour '19 year' esi'riiKv tn hank. allliralacvoiuiuo(latioii aiair comUKul IksihIoui)J with baulking. nmtCTOK. Ml. Vrrnon; J.J. Wllllami, II. Cuuuulnt, W. rrisichrntllle, J. S Owilpy.Sr , J II. Owalrr, WillUiu dooch, S II. Slunk., S. J. Kuibrjr, J. K. Cal , A. V. Carjnlcr; J. i:. I.Ttin, J. '. Mrnvfcc. lrl iiaruiUaitlui of ll omctkt. J. II. Ow.lvy Caahler, KY W M. MrlgUt eller on roalilnnct!. . " .1 Is now iiri'iKiwl to do all kinds, of Plumbing frole proprietors or ueuti s Hlack Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. BANK S15.760 u. imuKtiumu .. x v,u - SIlOl) Oil Mill fat.. OlllwltO - .. J. OF STANFOUI), KY. Mill 2I-- tf 'IYIONON.' The Popular Route to not materializing. Uonta are reported to be sailing from Seattle und San Francisco almost empty, nnd the railroads nre still quarreling over the small traffic to the coast cities. It is fortunate that it is so, for even the comparatively smal number who have started are suffering greatly, and the hardships and loss of life would be vastly increased, even proportionately, had there been greater numbers to support. BIG 4 ItOL'TK. Every Thing Way Down. Call And Sue .Me. Capital Stock 5100,000. o( Surplus, TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Polhts In Michigan. The Ilest LluetoanJ From MARK HARDIN, LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STANFORD. Season of 1898. CHIOAGO. lkit Terminal 'White City SpecUl." Station. ST. LOUIS. AToldlng the Tunnel GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS An Ohio woman has notified all whom It may concern, through the medium of an advertisement in a country weekly, that she has renounced her marriage with her present husband and henceforth will not consider herself marrank J. Reed, Q. P. A., Chicago. JE. II. Bacon. I). P. A., Louisville, Ky ried. CHICAGO. I wrlih to itiinouiKu t hat this iKjpulur summer resort will bo open fur the accommodaThe Ladles Kestaunuit is the finest in tion of guests. the city. Every convenience for ludies spending the day In the city. UutM Parlor Cars, Waitnrr Slwplnir Can, Prlfat Gcntlunc-n'and Ulu Cafe on olllco tloor. Compartmcut Cars, Klegaut Coacbe Wagner Sleeplng;Can. BOSTON. Attention the fact that thltls the only National Hank In Stanford. Under tho proTUiotia ol the National Hank Act depositor! are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal tu t be stock so that depositors of this lustitu tiuiiaresecurtMlby a fund ol f.XO.UoO, Kite sworn statement of tliH condition ol the Hunk are made each ytar to tbo United States Government and lu auieta are examined at stated times by gOTerinuenl ageuU, thus securing additional and perlert salet . In .lot n.ltnr This Instiiuiiiiu originally established as the posit Hank ol Stanford In IS.VH, tlien reorganized as the National Hank ofStanlord In 1803 andagalD reorganized as tho First National Hank of Stanford in IM'i, has had practically an uninterrupted exist env for : years. It Is better supplied now witL lacilltles for traimactlns business promptly and lib. erally than over before In Its long nnd honorable career. Accounts ol indltlduals, fiduciaries, firms ar.d Individuals solicited. la called to the pulillc I. NEW YORK. tia DIHKCTORS. s TTT3STE , Ing Cars. 1898. "HIQ FOUK " WAIIRKNU. I.YSCH McCOHMICK, E. O. Trafflo Mgr.Ass.Gen. Pass.iJlITktl Da aure your tickets read THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Music Tu-1 CISCISSATI.OUIO. Kveiiin. Manager. iy, ThUM'Iir in S.tnJay Itoduued rated during tho first month. For Information In regard to rates, etc., address T. II. WKIGIIT, Crab Orchard, Ky. 3' F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford S. If. lUughnian, " S. T. Harris, " J S. Hotker, " T. P. Hill, . V. P. Walton W. A. Tribble, J.II.Collier.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, D.Klmore, Stanford. orriCKas. J.S. Hocker, President; J.J. Mcltoberta'CashU A JMcKinney, AmisuntCaihler. , A. t n . ' t4zmj.. 4i-r- O Ufc