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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898062801 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. ,i- - w. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI I. TUB HOLD SOLDI ISR ROYS. CinciCAMAnjA, June 23. Th weath-e- r remains hot, hut with no dut th average Kentuckhin cum not grumble. Kcntucklaus were easily ucolltniilod, but not a few of our Northern brethren cnmo near poterintr out anil many of them while drilling wore overcome by heat. The second regiment Is a "plzen lot" now. They have recently boon hupplled with guns and they have learned to butt to the front, rear and the Hide If they haven't learned to LANCASTER, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUjStE 28, 1898. POLITICAL l NO. 60 It POINTS. Hon. James II. MeCreary was down The founder of the A. P. A. died last 1 Saturday holding a eonforanca with his week. His friends should be glad of the frluurta. fact that he outlived his organization. A IJIiitt Gras Grocery store will be L. D. Lewis, of Hydon, was nomina(puned hero this woek in the Thomp ted as the democratic candidate for son blouk, and many of our people bo- - Congross from the Eleventh Kentucky lluvo that thuy will got groceries at district. He is one of tho 70 democrats prices far bulow what is now boing of that county. paid. Kph P. Urowu will be manager. The Indications are' that tho MeWheat is being rapidly harvested Creary willipua-wolllpu- s is going to and there is an abundance of it; some run over John Thompson, et al., in the complaint being made, however, about Eighth district with no groat difficulty. Men's Fine Suits 112. M3 50. 115. f 10.50 NOWV FOR JRIO. Look for your-ItFelf and be convinced. It costs nothing to loot through our lines. shoot. a pleasure smut. Uncle Moso Collier says that he Owensboro Mossonuer. way gathered 310 heads from his crop and 10 us 10 tnow our gooils. There is every conceivable "Sllier Dick'' Bland was renomina known to get what little money the that 00 of them contained smut. ted for Congress by acclamation by Un 50 Indications at present are that It will democratic convention at JelYeison soldiers have. There are from 20 to SO ped- be a dull Suits made to order, cleaned and pressed. Us1-- 50c unlaundered Shirt in the Jcoun- newsboys through the eampdally. court day here today, the City, Mo. H has been renominated try. dlers handling all kinds ol novelties, crowd consisting mostly of drummers, without Intermission since 172. stationery, trick, etc., and then there drovers and the usual court day "regu OThe Secretary of the Treasuiy has I the old colored lady with pics and lars:" the farmers are busy with har- decided to make temporary use of postTo the firt person sending us the neiiet guess to the cxaet'nuniber of votes rerolls. Nearly everv regiment has a vest and laying by corn and can not age stumps for Internal revenue pur- ceived by the winning candidate on the final brulot in the coming Cougro-iona- l Convention, we will GIVE A FINE SUIT OF CLOTHES Make as macanteen." The above are only a few alTord to lose this good weather toeome KisO' under the new war rewime act, CAPT. WM. BOONE PLNNY, ny gue.es as you want. Cut this out, till blank and bring or send to us. to town. the moneyless foldlor-botemptations and the first lot of about a million was Lieut. Morton Gailhur and Corporal delivered for rhlpmeut to collectors. Who Is to lead a Lincoln county compa-u- y has to contend with. The soldiers In the lith U. S. Volunteers, is a upend their spare time reading, writ- Chatios Stair were here last week The Democrats have indorsed the) 'ft K ing, taking bath, playing cards, shoot- looking for leerults for the 2d J3, of Populist nominees in Kansas, and the the old Ir Name of Candidate but only succeedod tu obtaining Democrats, Populists and silver Repub- pioneer, Daniel Boone, and like him, is H ing craps, base ball and many other v. amusements. Sunday I saw a game of two. As it is nocussary to obtain 10 or licans have fused in Michigan, the con- fond of excitement and adventure. He H Number of Voles 3 bate ball between the filh Illinois and more before transportation can be ob- ventions of all three odthepartles hav- is a son of the lato A. R. Penny, and tained these were not taken. The let- ing indorsed the ticket after having Mrs. Mary Penny, and is 30 years of 3rd Wisconsin. 'j L Signature New recruits are coming in every ters written home by our boys are not given each party representation on It. age. Standing 0 feet 3 and weighing roache the calculated t Inspire the hearts of the Attorney-GenerW. C. Flu has ivo injuuus hi; is a lypiu.ii iuiuuckiuii day and by the time this r, Address y with patriotism, and in reudered a decision Uecarlng vacant In appearance and dressed lu his reg reader the second will be well tilled all likelihood Garrard's next represen- the seat of Representative Joseph II. imentals he will be as tine a looking Yesterday 1 took a live mile ride out tatives will have to bo drafted. Wheeler In Congress from tho Klghth man as Is In tho Federal service. The in the couutry to Crawfish Spring Mr. T. L. Harris dlod at his home Alabama District, because General surgeons said they had found no more where our drinking water Is hauled near town last Thursday of consump- Wheeler has absented himself from perfect a specimen of manhood In their No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. from. This part of Georgia abounds tion of the bowels. His remains were Washington and accepted a commission examinations. He also stood a fine exIn beautiful scenery. Many largo corn interred at tho family burying ground as Major General In the army. amination on military manual, havlne und whoat Holds wero pmscd. Corn was Friday afternoon; the funeral exercise In the four cornered race for appel given the subject much study since bis all ln from four Inches to ready for was conducted by the Masons, of which late judge In the 3rd district James (determination to enter the army. A W tussle. It looks excellent and the Order he was a member. "Uncle Garnett, of Adair, lead in the prima - dentist by profession,,he has been very wheat crop whtoh has been cut and Logo," a ho was always called, was 71 rica Saturday getting instructions In successful and leaves a good patronage. shocked looked like the yield was good. years of age, : n and well Adair, Marlon. Taylor, Green, Wayne, Dr. Penny married Miss Julia Cooper, Ought to cost no more than wrongly made shoes. They don't here. ' 0 Only three cotton fields wero seen very handsome woman, and they have liked by everyone, and In his death Russell, Casey and Metcalfe. Mr. It is partly getting the II but what took my eye wore so many Garrard loes one of her best farmers Beckham received first instructions in three children. large red poaches so near, yet to far Anderson, Oldhuru, Shelby, Spencer and most substantial citizens. In !:) CHURCH CHAT bH, for guards wero close at hand. CrawUjkmi the precept that "to the victor and Whitley. Mr. Kelley carried Nel Is n large lake which belongs the spoils," the time has roll son, Washington and Hart. Mr. Hob fish Springs tot And partly having the right shoe. When we buy shoes we use all our The State Christian Convention will X abounds In cool springs. The water is ed around when Deputy Collector Thos. son carried Hardin and Larue. There ,i,i .,t Shillivvllli nnvt var. nearly as cold as ice. If the entire Suite Austin hus "resigned" and Collector are contested delegations from Barren, kers stand by their work. We are always desirous of pleasing our Rev. W. S. Grinstead's meeting at Is like this part (ieorgla it would be a Vorkes has appointed Millard Farrar Bullitt and Pulaski. customers and believe we can please you. Let us try. We carry Richmond resulted in four additions a paradise for cyclers. I never saw as West, of this place, to succeed him men !lUnj t)C creation of much religious In At Somerset the Kelley-GarneHats, Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, Trunks and Valises. good plkos. They are about 20 feet Mr. West has just reached his 21st elected A. J. Wutson chairman by 7.1 terust. I. wide, are even and no rocks at all are year and Is doubtless the youngost majority, but the convention was to a congregation In a Kansas county I! found In the road. deputy in the service. Ho is a popular rampant und ungovernable that the which found It Impossible to pay a : The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. 11 W. F. Wells, of Yosemlto, Is wagon young man and will till the place to result of this vote could uot be received ,)a3tor, bought a graphophoneand muster for the 3rd Kentucky. Co. L. which he has assigned with credit. He Mr. Watson mado the mo- - C( it with good sermons aud songs and has some lady visitors from Lancaster Is a son of the late J. Wesley Wostand tlon to adjourn without action, after discharged the preacher, -todav. Kx Reynolds makes plenty oi a nephew of Postmaster W. T. Vot, which tho Kelley men aud the Beck- ruv. Sam Jones, In a recent speech M,nn.r. flnlm tonxorlal work. Archie Tom Austin wasti model olllcer, popu ham men selected delegates. before the Methodist conference in RWo Is well satisfied and says ho don't lar alike with superiors and subordi Balt'raore, sa,1'i bn speaking of his first UCVUC TUC wanwto see home until the play Is over. nates, fearless and ever faithful In tho YIUHAUt. HEWS IH IHt VIPIUrc Make your homes cheerful ? year of work: "My whole ussets were Walter Gann, of near KIdd's Store, discharge of his duty. w,fe a bab-- a pony and g A white baby, bauly mutilated, was' a who Is with Co. II., came near The Danville correspondent for the found in tho eight dollars." canal at Middlesboro. hand caught Louisville two lingers by gottlng his Post makes some timely re Rev. G. W. Boiling announces the The trial of tho Bakers was continbetween a full barrel of water and the murks in reference to the race for annual Chautauqua meeting to be held jr, constantly on hand every tiling to make your houses clean and beautiful. 40,- ued at Barbourville and bail refused. hard ground. The rim cut to the bono. In this district, especially when 000 to Mattlc L. Logan has been appointed at the Baptist church Here oegtnntng seems that tho 1st will be he says "It will bo MeCreary against It now July 11 and continuing till the 24th. the llrbt ordered from this place. Of tho Held." This combination Is having postmaster at Nancy, Pulaski county. Many prominent preachers aud others W. B. Davis bus been appointed postcourse am roady and willing to leave the oiled of making friends for Memaster at Young's Creek, Whitley .vill take part. any time, this place for Cuban soil at Creary and making his old friends county. The meeting at the Presbyterian The finest and cheapest you have ever seen. Window Shades, Picture Frames and a but I had rather sound the summer warmer. Such conduct is undemocratic large stock of PAINTS for all purposes. Call nnd examine before buying. A live chicken was found In the mail church has had no additions so far, but here than in Cuba. If they would light and manifests a spirit of envy and pouch for Mt. ernon, when It was great good has been accomplished in a it out soon as jmsslblo afior our arrival prejudice, which will not bo tolerated: opened by the postmaster there. reconsecration of the members to the It would be another thing, but tho lack especially against a man who lias made Xo. 300 Main Street. X. W. MAY, Cleuk. Telephone Xo. 124. Samuel Renfro, a relative of Judge Muster's service. Judges say that Is of brains in tho executive chair a moit excellent public servant, who Catron's wife, has been appointed by Evangelist W. R. Gales Is one of the our nation millions and millions of has been true to his constituents and, him to succeed the late A. J. Catron us finest expounders of the Scripture they dollars, besides great loss of life among above all, has always stood squarely on jailer of Pulaski. ever heard. As he Is to start a meet111 both the Americans and Cubans. I every National platform. The estimate oy F.Jttor James Maret, of tho Mt. Ver- ing elsewhere next Sunday he will fact that the volunteer that ho will carry live counties, giving tho non Signal, who has just moasured the have to close here In a day or two, to the regret of everybody who army had to undergo a great lot of him Ttl votes or 2 short of the number distance, finds out his town Is 1,113 feet greatly has heard him. drilling, but whore were the regulars required to nominate, is good enough, above the sea level. The Woman's Baptist Homo Missionthey could have been gaining jwlnts so far as It goes; but It is safe to count Charles F. White's heirs won In the ary Society has been In existence about while we wero 'coming In," Mono on strength enough from Anderson and U. o. court at Frankfort against the Castle could have boon stormed and Jessamine to nominate him on the first Nederland Insurance Co., which will 20 years. During Its first year the amount raised was 52.01S. In Its 20th destroyed by Sampson's lleet and then billot, with plenty to spare. Tho com- have to pay the $1(1,000 policy held by year the amount was over 820,000. Durand myself could have done bination machinery will not work as Its Gen. Lee This a hard thing to do i Clarence Coleman. leaders would have It work. As candi- him. of 10 applicants that were ex- ing Its history It has received and paid 1: the rest. Out JiOO.OOO besides $2,000 worth dates arc dropped the cogs will lly, and amined for teachers' certificates hist out over of garments. It maintains in various V HONOR VULV DISCHARGED. there will be a rush to the man who Friday and Saturday, 11 failed entirely parts of our country S't mission stations Ift JOSHUA STOXB NOT C1UILTY OK THE can redeem the district. Democrats and only ono or two obtained first and 135 missionaries. It has distributaro learning to vote for tho man who grade certificates. Hurrodsburg SayCIIAROKS AGAIXST HIM. . ed the Bible in different languages l can win, and leave out personal matters ings. among the 7,000,000 Immigrants who LlHERTY, KY., Juno 2.1. The many and minor considerations. But you can be comfortable and cost you but little. Collector Yerkos has appointed Mil fHi.mlH nf Joshua Stone, of this place, West, of Lancaster, to be Deputy have lauded In New York since 1Ss2. lard are rejoiced, though uot surprised, to Collector for the district composed of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, SPECIAL TRAIN learn that tho government mis uismiss-eGarrard, Madison, Rockcustle, Estill Mr. W. II. Ralston and Miss Nannie and Jackson counties. He succeeds Thos FOR KENTUCKY STATK TEACHERS TO preferred against him the charges WASHINGTON. In the district court at Washington. D, Klnnaird, both of tho Paint Lick local- Austin. Advocate. The Chesapeako it Ohio will run a there being no ovldenco to sustain ity, were united In marriage this mornC, Judge Barr has decided that Adolph them. Mr. Stone was until about two ing In tho parlors of Hotel Zlmmor, SegaUof Philadelphia, must pay for special limited Vestibule Train to months ago employed as cleric In the Rev. Win. Crow, of the Presbyterluu the Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine & Washington, leaving Lexington at 0 v. sixth Auditor's ollice, but as reported church, performing the ceremony. Beattyvlllo Railroad by Tuesday, or M., Wednesday, July 0th and arriving Luster Coats at $1.50. Magnificent line of in this paper at tho time, he was dis Richmond Register. forfeit his rights. Ho has paid S2J.O00 in Washington at 11:30 A. M., next Prof. T. C. Cherry, of the Bowling on $2")0,000 tho purchase price. morning. This train will cairy the charged when these charges wore : hrniiiht. aimlnst him. Mr. Stone was Green Business College and Normal Mrs. Mattio Carter, widow of Lee Kentucky delegations of teachers to ii born and reared at Liberty and has all School, and Miss Bessie Swartz, teach Carter, who was killed at Mt. Vernon tho National Educational Convention. Straw Hats from 23c to J2. Look at them of all who or of elocution in that Institution, were his life had the conildence several years ago, died at Brodhead A dining car will be attached and ?: know him and U held in tho highest married last week. Prof. Cherry is Friday after a long Illness of a compli meals will bo served for 73 cents. TickIl He was at one time school su known to a good many of our citizens, cation of troubles. She was a sister of ets on salo July 3rd to Gth inclusive, at pstonin. ,.int,ml..nt. nf Casov county, and In having twice conducted the teachers' Clerk S. D. Lewis and ono fare plus two dollars for round JHi every position ho hns held has dis- Institute here. taught school at Brodhead several trip, good returning until August 31st, and fcharged his duties with ability if desired. Return tickets will be good terms. HUliHLE. Drs. Carpenter nnd Pay idelity. Ilia father, Dr. W. D. Stone, from Richmond, Va., uud a very low George W. Horlon, an Is an honored ehrlstlun gentleman, who tou decided that thoy could do Joieph rate has been made from Washington of tho police force, and Jane Nicholhas lived In Liberty alnco his early McCarloy no good, on accouut of his to Richmond, vlasteamerandOld Point manhood, and enjoys the conildence old age, and the long standing of his son, a divorced woman, were sitting Comfort, thus giving tho only opportuon a bench In armory and esteem of all who admire a good disease; so ho was brought homo. Geo. In Washington nity to visit the most Historical SeaWood nnd Ebb Lawson killed a crane a square, when he jumped up and in tho shore Resort on the Atlantic Coast. man. s No ono who knows Joshua Stono or few days ago that was 5 feet tall and 0 presence of 100 people stabbed the wo Send In your namo for maps, time taFurnished on Now or Old Vehicles. doubted feet from points of Its wings. S. M. man to death and escaped. his family has for one moment bles or sleeping car information. Don't Tho congregation of a church at Hnn-for- bo deceived. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio the result of tho investigation or at any McDowell received 251 lambs hero Cal., has agreed to equip their Ry., is tho only Line from Central Kenllrao doubted his honesty or integrity, Tuesday, which he bought some tlrao be promptly restored to ago at oc G. A. Swinebroad sold a pastor for a trip to tho Klondike. The tucky points to Washington, without and ho should hia former position in tho service of work mule for $80 nnd a bay maro for understanding is, that if ho makes a trunsfer of curs or depots. rich atrlko ho Is to pay otr tho churca tho government, and thus to some ex- 830. Ask your ticket Agent or write debt. donu him. tent repair tho great wrong Drury Lano Theater has tho largest George W. Barney, DIv. Pass. Agt., A six months' cruise will decrease Wo therefore hope tho representatives curtain In the world. It is 42 Lexington, Ky. will use their best efforts tho speed of a ship 15 per cent. This feet by 30$ feet, made of Iron und asof this State is owing to tho barnacles that become bestos, und, in case of lire, can lower A woman tried to poison tho Czar to have this done, thereby making his and Czarina. attached to a ship's hull. Itself automatically In 13 seconds. R. A. J. complete. vindication Who Will Be Next Congressman MeCreary, Thompson or Gilbert ? ! Here's a Chance to Get a Suit Free. Straw Hats At Cents On The Dollar. ! & is 11 tt i :. ' I y rugl-mun- t, great-great-grands- uN j i m p it ' al stay-at-hom- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone well-know- I fygi?tly ftfadc Sl?oes j I The Right Foot The Right Shoe. , ' i tt CALDWELL St LANIER, load-regularl- y. i I 111 j hob-taile- d to-ln- v Con-gros- s j ysarTcLsr KTot A. E. GBBONS 50,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, A. EI. IV 1 GIBBONS, Danville, co-stin- KEEP COOL I 1 1 These Hot Days, 2--1 d 1 1 ! I I Linen Suits At $2.50 To $4. H. Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. J. McROBERTS. lt I er RUBBER TIRES d, There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAR EN 6t SON. fire-pro- of ! JLt,, i?Vf jiif i - jA a. J I dreadful earnest i Ifla now certain that 15 regiments ed. About 3 o'clock n bolt of light- ntng struck and put South will Elghtcompanlesof in in Cuba.Riders, four of the Roosevelt's! Park move few from Chlckamauga- out llirhts. It electric wire the bust- to Tarnsot on tiro In a Rough First and S I eight of the 10th U. S. Cavalrv. about 'pa. The First division of the First ness house of Sinmcr & Son, wholesulo STANFORD, K V., JUNE 2S, iSgS i,00J in nil; attacked 2,000 Spnnlnrds.atl corps and two brigades of the Second! liquor dealer?, and damaged their stock ' ! rt.. niiier) from Santiago, and dlvitdon, same corps, have been order- -' sevoral hundred dollars' worth. Wheat scattered them after a sharp fight, with' ed to prepare for immediate service.- in Fayette county that had not been . I. WAL-1UTHE CREAT BLUE CRASS GROCERY CPMPANY the loss of 10 killed and JIT or more The force may bo ready to move Tiles- cit was knocked down, and it will bo ' imnnrimi.I in nf wiimn will Mo.. The ' dnv or Wednesday. The Second Ken- - with difficulty that some of It is har. -. - ... will open tliicr .Villi tmuumolh grocery store, Iu Stnnfonl. Ky., in v v w " uw t. w vested. Much damage was also done In this. the Interior Journal building on mnln street on or about Wednesday, Till: Bronston prison commission bill Spanish loss was heavy, although they tucky is included During the general attack on San- ii Anderson and Woodford counties. battle The won In the court of appeals, which af- - fought from ambush. July 7th. army was being LAND AND STOCK. Judge Cantrill's decision that it ed an hour and was as fierce as ever tiago coast while the battleship Texas, after st- i i i,nui.,.ii,iii,inn.- raged for awhile. The Americans bore liimloil. the t.. UV(jJohn D. Harris, of Madison, had iu n luuuuuuui, mijuiu); wuu. J rtl,l K,,,..,.IJ ... -000 acres of whoat. islature had the right to pass such a themselves with great oruvery ami tne icncing we. iiuui..u.-- 3 .....j, Lilllo B., tho good trotting mare, bill and to elect the commissioners; liooseveil S mines ami cowuoys, auuut suenceu uiu iunuui "'"i"' entrance, of the harbor such an election is not necessarily whom so much has been said, showed on the left side was sold to a German buyer for $2,00ii Everybody knows that this incus strictly first cIum Groceries nt that In and fired 135 an executive function: that It was not that thev were made of the right stutf. The Texas lay close half prices. Tho first car load of new wheat, shells. The Texas was graded as No. 2 red, sold necessary to consult the governor as to t The vnnnun rriii determined to six nnd j" i"' at Louisville was not sethe time to tnke the vote to elect them: make a desperate stand at Santiago. struck several times, but at OUc. ! GOOD They had declined to consider a de- - riously injured. One of her men wns ,ui tv,.. W. L. Wood bought In Rockcastle emergency clause is not necessarv to mand for the surrender of the city ani1 killed and eight wounded. nnd Pulaski 225 owes and lambs at 2 And ! on liniul to give uh n royal welcome. Six hundred Cubans and two troops to2!c. make a bill immediately effective when there U nothing left the Americans but Yours for Cnsli, t capture it. Morro Castle has been of tho Tenth United States cavalry the Legislature passes It over his veto; The first new wheat dollvered nt abandoned and the f6rces concentrated have sailed from Tampa for the north Owensboro brought 00c, six more than that the election of one commissioner Besides be- last year. for six years does not Invalidate the nearer the city. Gen. Shaftcr's entire coast of Santiago province. armed, tho expedition CO. M. D. Elmore sold to E. P. Woods law as the excess two years can be , armyis pressing on lowarus u, over ing thorougoly lo.OOoYlflesand 5,000.000 rounds two hogs that weighed together 725 eliminated and the balance of the act coming the resistance made to Its carded which will bo turned pounds at 31c. enforced and that the Legislature hav- march and driving the Spaniards before of ammunition, it. Sampson thinks he can force a over to the Insurgents. About 200 tons Lynn Wood shipped to Cincinnati ing created the olficers of the penitenpassage with little trouble and attack- of provisions was also part of the ex- Saturday a car load of hogs they bought tiary they hold their positions subject will march In thN section at 3 to 31c. to Its will and could legislate them out ed fore and aft tho fall of the city Is pedition. This detachment the rear. on Santiago from Lazarus ,V (. o., Horse Cave, bought of office. Judge Guffy assented to the but a question of a few days. Spanish squadron under Admir- 12 big mules bore Monday at an averIn yesterday's papers A dispatch The opinion in full, but of the other two reSaid, at age of $?5. Glasgow Times. publicans, Judge Burnam dissented In said that:"Troops of the United States al Carnara has reached Port and Spain ate almost face to face and tbe entrance to the Suez canal. ConJ. W. Flowers, of Garrard, bought full and DuRelle in part, making the trary to the belief at Washington, the In Fayette three thoroughbred short less than four miles apart. vote for sustaining the law 5 to 3. The are along, as the fleet con- horn cow and one heifer for $4150. republicans can ask a new hearing and the picket lines at certain points are armor-clad- s battleship Pelayo, armored W. W. Hays bought of J. II. McAUs-te- r as the court has adjourned till Septem- within hailing distance of the enemy. sists of tho a mule for $75 and inn few hours ber, this will give them several months It seems certain that the battle of San- cruiser Carlos v., cruisers Patrlotn,Rapido, Buenos Ayres nnd Isla de Pan- sold him for government purpo-c- s for hold on the otlices whether It Is grant- tiago must come within a week." destroyers Audnz, $05. cey, the torpedo-boa- t ed or not. Chairman George, of the WEDNESDAY Hamburg won tho Swift stakes at Prosperina and Osada, the store-shinew commission, has called a meeting and IS THE DAY SKT TO TAKE SANTIAGO. Colon, the transport Covadonga and Sheepshcad Bay. dofoatlug Imp. Loof the board for next Thursday ' iterer and Murlllo, who came seeoud the collier San Francislo. will take immediate steps to enforce COMMODORE WATSON TO 00 AGAINST and third. the board's rights. SPAIN'S MEDITERRANEAN PORTS. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. The wheat harvest Is nearly complete officl-all- y Baiqciri, June 27. It is In this county and the crop is a very The Goebel election bill is to run TTndnr the comnromlso the 10 expected that t,he attack will ;arge one, notwitusiantiing mere is the guantlet of the courts. An agreed in Lexington paid the city and county much smut. be made on Santiago Wednesday. case is to be submitted to Judge Can-tri$79,000. Four batteries of artillery and CatJean Beraud won the Groat Trio sitting in Bourbon, at once. The With the bank assessments the prop- Stakes at New York Saturday, worth ling guns on hills the petition first sets out the agreed facts erty of Fayette county is Increasod to $20,000. Kingdon was second nnd Mr. city, which is In plain sight. Spanas to the passage of the law and the We intend making this .xalu the greatest b.irgain cirim; otlor ever nttemplcd in S32.000.000. 3S lines of entrenchments. ish have Phlniacy third. election of the commissioners and their this vicinity. We have already been discovered by the burgniu eekeM of tlii city A storm blew down a circus tent at Kitty B.. R. II. Bronaugh's prldr, qualification and takes the ground that ,...,.. ,.... ,, Washington, J une 27. Commo... . . Sioux City, la., killing three people won tho two mile race at Latonla Frl-- j """i l"um. uul we 'ro',y p . ""' "ninirj im nwiiij rnrnp e.iinK the act is unconstitutional in that the dore Watson sails today to join and injuring IK. Legislature had no right to create the day. Tuuo ..:32j. Her contostants uuttii linn "iv Sampson nnd take command of The Odd Fellows' Widows' and Or- couldn't hold a candle to hor. office of election commissioners, and, Jf armored squadron against Mediterphans' Home at Lexington will not be it did have such right, it had no right' ranean ports of Spain. Thirteen Dixiann yearlings sold at dedicated until October. New York at an average of ?M7. to fill the olllces by an election by the Madrid, June 27. American Warren Hinos, father of the late Brown colt by Massetto brought W.OOO Legislature, but, if it had the right to ' troops have not nrrlved here yet. Chief Justice Thomas Henry Illnos, and :i black colt by Himynr $2,200. fill the office by election, that the elecCity not captured. Following Amerdied at Bowling Green, aged SU. tion officers were not elected according J. D. Slmms ii Sons, of Lebanon, ican consul's protest; Spanish squa Snead ,te Co's iron works at Louis- bought in Adair county from different to law. Attorney General Taylor asked ' dron was refused coal at Port Said. were gutted by parlies. JiO sugar and army mulu-- at that he be permitted to raise Federal Key West, June 27. Havana ville on Main Street We fropoe to give kway f our cut mer, abl'itely free if chacg", Mi addition fire: los $150,000, Insurance 13.000. questions so that the case might go to prices ranging from 537.50 to .100. police threaten revolt and city is to our already price a va'uable and useful premium with every 110 or $2' county, was let Jim Jewell, of Hart the supreme court and the new board panic stricken. Sheriff Sam Owens had 7f acres of of $25 for cutting out a off with a fine agreed to it. The object is to have the Utile son, Bowman, cut horse's tongue, but escaped before he wheat that his WAR ECHOES, law's status fixed in ample time for its ' with a twine binder In four days It paid it. operation in November or Its rejection will average 20 bushels to the acre. Joe Blackburn has applied for a brigThe new census shows that Chicago if unconstitutional. Regal Wilkes, 2:1H, son of Guy adier generalcy, but Is not likely to get now has a population of l,Sl3,000. This ' 05,000 over the figures Wilkes, was found dead In the stable of THE sinking of the Merrimac in the U'T. is ,ifna,a f enn,tnn ,. strnn of an Increase of J. Miller Ward at Paris. He was own151)7. mouth of the harbor of Santiago de Cu Trenches surround the town, connectLyons, of Louisville, ba is now said to have been a useless ing rhi fnrta. nnil thoro nr sovfn linrh- Martin Thome, who murdered Win. ed by Charles A. Hiatt & Young, the Highland thresh,' Yard wide homp carpet He. One billot of Calico, Hue figured, led sacrifice. It appears that the channel d.wIre Guldensuppe to get his wife, will be trocha8 to be crossed, er men, are running two threshers this light and fancy, 3jc yd. yard wide hemp carpet Pc. snot blocked, and that the Spanish, The troopd for the thlrd expeuition electrocuted at Sing Sing. N. Y.. the , season. They claim to have a machine Few roll matting to close 10c. Lidiev' Summer 1. . fleet could squeeze out, if It wasn't fear- -' n In nhll!milt1M ,.,WVW ... n,,mh,. , week of August .,. . . ..., MW ...MVw Floor oil cloth lfcc. Apron check Gingham .Uc. ful of apnihilation at the point of SampThomas Lawrence, of Beileville, O., that thoroughly cleans the smut out of went uboard four of the transports at Hig lot new yard wide pereal at 5c. Table oil cloth 12jc. guns. Tho sinking of the old the thought that the wheat. over son's San Francisco Tuesday and were to has brooded Lot Nau venule Crepou cut looc to o1ok Ladles' slcevole vots, 4c or 3 for 10c. At Mt. Sterling. Kearns .t Talbott, hulk was useful, however, to demon- sail yesterday Spain mav whip the United Slates unof Moorefield, bought 100 sheep at from Lot Lawns, Ac. Heavy ISrown Cotton 4c l'at. hooks and cyu reduced ft to 3c. strate the bravery of our sailors and to A recruiting officer has been in Lex til now he Is a raving maniac. 2.00 to .1 cents: Ben T. Henry bought Checked Cotton only 4c. Whale Hones ftc do.. get rid of the worthless collier which ington for several weeks to enlist NeIn a quarrel over the donation of a . Ladies' nnd Mlci.' Cotton in blue had been worked off on the U. S. at groes for tbe regular army, but has fat sheep to a church festival Henry .'150 sheep, averaging about 80 pounds, Men's llalbrigiran shirt 20c; two ior 35c Yardwidc Illeaelied Cotton 4c. at 3 cents. four times its cost and ten times its failed to get a single response. Negroes Lesshalft stabbed bis partner, William MenV I'crcal oft boMim shirts, detachHope Cotton 5 C. Shumate, of the Paint Lick sec worth. Gray, to death at Stithton, Hardin are not patriotic. tio", hns n field In corn on which he Scrim, Jun the thing for curtains, only able collar, 48c. The Louisville Times goes for Gen. The monitor Monadnock that sailed county. has raised 15 consecutive crops of that Mailris Cloth Shirt, detachable collar, W. N. Brooks, aged 73, was killed cereal. Ho seldom makes less than 12 8c as long n it lnts. Forrester like a thousand of brick for Friday from San Francisco, Is expected poll bosom, culls to nintchOSc. worth II. Si; feet window shadow only 10c. his "contemptible" action in charging to reach Manila In 2.1 days. She will in Washington City by his wife, 05. A barrels to the acre. Lancaster Cot'itT. A small crowd Col. John B. Castleraan with cross ir- -' tnake Honolulu under her own steam, hatchet was used and the woman tried CBT100 pairs of Ladies' nnd Miec' Shoe: put on Ilaigain Counter to be closed out to kill herself with It but failed. No attended court at Lancaster yesterday regularities In connection with the Then the Nero will tow her. and not much business was done. nt 75c. They arc worth from f 1,25 to 2 per pair. Is known. deed Legion urmory, while that gallant off- iEach of the families of the victims cause for the A oout 75 cattle were on tho market. Mrs. Sadie Bllderback, of Evant-vlll- Yearllnir steers sold at $25. yearlincr cer Is off In the war and not able to de- - of the Maine disaster will receive Ind., jumped from a third story heifers $15, cows lie and butcher stuff fend himself. It does look like the shortly a cross made of brass recover-mawindow with her nine year old daugh- 2r to 2Jc. who has given a great deal of time; ed by divers. Seventy-fiv- e pounds of The American Derby, worth 510,000, to improving the State guards and has the metal has been worked up in this ter In her arms during a fire. The wns won Saturday child escaped unhurt, but the mother by Pink at Washington Park St. Louis gone to the war at great sacrifice, has way. Coat, who won the T. D. KANEY, Manager. In addition to the hundreds and hun- will die of her Injuries. been and still Is being very spitefully Derbv over Plaudit last Saturday. Ho Uranch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg, CyuthU hounded. The Great Western Distillery, at sold II to 1. Warrenton. 0 to 1. and dreds of quinine capsules sent with ft to 2, were second nnd third. ana.Versaille), Eminence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown. Frankfort, Mauckport, Ind. 111,, next to tho largest In the Peoria, EDITOR ALLEN, of the Cynthiana the expedition to Cuba, 1,000,000 more Mirthful, the fnvorlte. failed to show. capsules, of five grains each, will be world, was struck by lightning and Time 2:42f Democrat, has a learned disquisition on everything burned except the bonded ' sent bv tnc 6niP KeHef for the soldiers Standard Timn in hi Ul mn.r to FLAG RAISING." warehouse. The loss Is estimated at vince tbe magistrates that the sun time and Cubans. Besides tbe going $300,000, fully covered by insurance. At a mass meeting of the citizens of la not "God Almighty's time," but re-- ! "Good Old Granny Metcalfe," who Crab Orchard and vicinity held Saturto Shafter from Newport News, transally 20 minutes fast. Cynthiana is made famous In tho news- day, Juno 25th, G. H. Patton was about the only town that has lagged su- ports are being loaded at Tampa, from has been papers and on bulletin boards by a made chairman, J. B. Gllkerson, treasperfluously In the rear in the matter of which point 8,000 men of the First aJmy medicine firm, Is dead. urer, M. J. Harris, secretary. It was adopting standard time, though pro- corps are expected to start for Santiago Paducah patent AVe will store wheat at a loss price than you can store She died at Sturgls Monday. She was resolved unnnlmously to hoist a U. S. within the next four days. gressive in every other way. Fatalities are pursuing Col. Torrey's born In Woodford county, and was S'J flag nnd to otherwise celebrnte the next It develops that the full loss of the regiment of cavalry, now on the road years old. Slmms, jo Paris, a cap- 4th of July In nn appropriate manner it youracll". All who stored last year made money, Also Col. W. E. Methodist by the destruction of their to Tampa. Friday two of the train crew at Crab Orchard. Flag to be raised at will either buy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and book concern during the war by the were killed In the St. Louis tunnel, and tain in the Mexican war, a colonel In 9:30 A. M. and speaking to becln army, a former United promptly at 10 A. M. The following Federal army was but $00,000 and that Sunday four men were killed and tho Confederate sec us. the amount was padde.1 to $283,000 to several hurt in a wreck at TupeloJ States Senator and a member of the committees were appointed to invito Confederate Congress, Is dead. He was speakers and entertain them properly: pay lobbyists. The Investigation of Miss. the swindle is now on in the Senate and ' Col. Laborde reports to tbe Cuban 76 years old, and leaves a wife and Wm. Stewart, W. A. Beazley and Dr. it will be a long time before the Meth- -' Junta that Playa del Este was taken three children. He was very wealthy, J. D. Pettus to get pole, erect same, to from 450 Spaniards by 200 Americans and his life insurance amounts to odists hear the list of the scandal. purchase and hoist flag; Granville Haand SO Cubans. The enemy lost 00 killley, Louis Bell, Curtis Gover. Chris. The Spanish government has re- ed and 10 wounded and tho Cubans two The court of appeals overruled a pe- Hutchison, T. J. Culton nnd M.J. HarTHEwarded Polo y Bernabe, who was giv- killed and three wounded. 18 prisoners tition for rehearing In tho case of Bright This opinion sets ris to procure music; D.C. Payne, Curva. Stone, Auditor. en bin passports by McKinley for call- were taken. seat rest tbo question as to the constitut tis Egbert and Dr. J. D. Pettus to ing him a "polltlcastro" In a letter, by The secretary of war has ordered ionality of the law of lb'JJ, allowing cure grounds and stand for speakers; making him Ambassador to Austria- - that the saw horse modo of punishment T. .7. Culton, G. H. Patton, Dr. .1. D. riuugary. mere is a prooaomty, now- - at Camn Aier be discontinund. A clerks a 85 fee in Commonwealth's Pettus and J. B. Gllkerson. There ever, mat ne wont nave any govern private who remained away from camp cases. Tho court holds the law Invalid, upon the meeting adjourned and $22,000 already collected by tho ment to represent very long. three days without leave was made to clerks will have to be paid back to the A BANKRUPTCY bill Is to be forced set astride a four inch rail till ho was Auditor on us with our other ills. The Senate nearly exhausted. Saturday midnight a mob took Geo. San Juan, Porto Rico, is now consid- voted 43 to 13 to adopt the conference Scott, colored, from tho county jail at commlttee's report on tho question, ered a blockaded portandan American Russellvllle, and hanged him to a tree which means that it will become a warship has refused to permit a Ger tho southern suburbs of town. Tho law. man steamer to enter tho harbor to in was tho same from which gallows-tre- e AUE After a three-da- y convention, Tho?--. take on passengers. A blockade of Dink aud Arch Proctor were hanged Y. Fitzpatrlck was renominated for Manzanillo, on the south coast of Cuba, about 18 months ago. The Negro was Congress In the 10th district; over has also been established. charged with attempt at criminal asthree opponeta. Over 40 ballots were There Is no longer any attempt at mob was composed of boys taken. Washington to discredit tho news that sault. The Cool, Exhilarating, Restful. Music, Amuseand drunken youths. THE Harrod8burg Sayings Issued a Admiral Camara is on bis way to tho Snn-du- y ments nnd Good Living. bicycle edition In red, white and blue. Philippines. Spain's apparent purpose QA water spout struck Lexington 2 nnd 7 o'clock 3.7 and between It was a difficult job for a country office to attempt thu recapture of tho PhilipFor Terms addess, or rain fell. Tho streets were but Bro. Marlmon's olllee was equal to pines may prolong the war, but It' can HIGG-INit not avert disaster to the Spanish cause. Hooded and many cellers wei e overflow- - GUS HOFMANN, Prop. TUP UirTlflmnn inimMAT H i Wak is at last on In lUUUUiJmuu UUUAUt dayrf-prob- ably - THIS SETTLES IT. . J ,- last-firm- ed ... .,... h ..., NOU'GH SAID NEWS I ' v.,,.a o,,.ni SPREAD THE , THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY t SPECIAL To-nig- BNHOUHGEIBENT p ...J Read, Read. A General Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store ll over-lookin- g FIFTEEN DAYS -- I ! , , ! I """ Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Leaders, No Baits And No Catches. pur-chua- , c. j ! Values In Dry Goois And Notions. 3-- i Con-els- . W j 81-8c- lle-seftc-. c. -- I c, n The Louisville Store. y. $00,-00- 0. J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. -- ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. ! J CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS -- NOW OPEN. The Latest; Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. S iu-ch- es & McKINNBY. j. i vI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mil. V. R. COLEMAN', of Middloburg, was nero en route to Grab Orchard Springs. Coal oil stoves from r0e to $15 Miss Mni.i.ii: Pmvrrr. nf Lnxlmr 28, iSqS toni ti visiting Mr. ami Mm. Wm. each at Warren & Shanks. Stanford, Kv., June Daugherty. ' TUB weather has been very warm ,Mlss MoLL,,! Jaiihob. of Lobanon, again with an occasional light shower. ,.,. .,, ,.,,..,, lANAGLR. Ji. U Waitav IlrmviMq ... ., ,,.. DIDWOI) I... I.... J WP.Vi lt. ,VI llll aic, Fair and cooler is predicted for Miss Laura .Tarboe. OVER SW.yOO prescriptions bavo boon "TlllNOS were mighty solid-foMiss Dolly Williams wont to Lexcarefully and enmetly filled at Penny's ington yesturdav to play acoompani-moot- s said a at, Lancaster Drug Store. Yours will receive the conrt there for the vocalists at tlio Chautau- gentleman who attended game treatmont. qua. yesterday. patterns In wall paper at W B. MoRobcrts'. & - I 4CMW to-da- r Mc-Oitu- rv 1 pS2 CLOSING OUT Sjj&bsi&i. il i , t m i -- i i , At COST to Quit Business, 10c Percale oc Cnlico i PERSONAL AND" SOCIETY GOSSIP. S. D. Miss? VanPelt, Rrrn Ellison left Sunday of LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Danville, was here Friday. I WILL pay cash for C. Sine. to walnut logs. visit hor parents In Pulaski, Miss Sallik Nave, of Lancaster, Is the guost of Mrs. J. L. Totten. Mus. Ben Bryant wentto Livings-to- n Saturday to Join her husband. Emiiky Reazlbv has buon at Crab Orchard rueuporatlng for the past week or so. Miss Ella Wiuoiit will roturn this week from a visit to friends In Paris, Texas. Is it 'err in. 1 charged that the company sold coal to manufacturers cheaper than to dealers Sirr of butcher tools for sale. Warner and It was decided that it had the right to do so. TUB L.A:N. won before the court of appeals In tho Indictment at Lebanon A. charging it with discrimination. It was ...... c ; TUB wife of Fort Stewart, colored, died Saturday. Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, visiting her sister, Mr. Hon. It. C. Warren. Mus. i Nancy Rauland McClukk, Winchester, Carpenter. of visiting Mrs. A. W. MUS. J. M. SlliOLU and son, John, of Lexington, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith. MESSRS. M.S. llAUdHMAN and A. C. Dunn wore at Chlckamauga on busi- ness last week. Mil. W, S. M Vitus, general colloetor for the Wrought Iron Range Co , was hero this weok. MISS RaCHKL ALLISON, of Lexington, is visiting hor sister, Mesdamoa Burch and Curtis. ETHKLUERT DUDLBV SCOTT, lato of Stanford, will b a lieutenant in Col. Colions regiment. Richard Pkttcs and' Eddie Hale, of Lincoln, are vMtlug relatives here. Somerset Reporter. Miss Maky GAUNirrr, of Cave Cltv, came with her sister, Mrs. J. S. Rice, an Is now her guU 1 Mil. AND Mils. J. H. BHOWNMNO, of Livingston, hav and Mrs. Win. Filds. t9n guesH of Mr. and ' Erma Morse and Mr. M. E. Allen, of hore Friday. DiiLLli: McRoiutttTS returned Miss Saturday from an extended visit to Mt. Sterling and Lexington. Miss FaNNIR SHANKS has returned ftom a lengthy and very delightful visit to Missouri and Kansas friends. Tin: Ml wo Owsley will entertain at Walnut Flat tills, Tuesday owning. In honor or MUs Alma Lackey, or CJnlla-tl- n, Mil. O. C. KELLER, JR., has resigned hi position in the govurnment printing olilce. and joined his wife at Mr. J. E. Missus Alicii DliVB Toon. I'lirrls' yesterday. TUB Cynthlana Domoorat says "Miss Mell Hopper, of Hustonvllle, was veiling MUs Mary Madison and both have gone to Lexington for a week or two." John Milton Acton, of this county, is one of the graduates of tho Kentucky School of Medicine, Loulsvlllo, which will hold Its commencement tomorrow. Mh. J- - B. MAUTlN, bridge foreman of this division of the L. A: N., bus rented Mrs. E. G. Waller's house on Eat Main Street and moved his family Into It. . - Mr. E. R. Powell, of Hustonvllle, was here Saturday to pur Wantbd. To buy oggs nnd gocd chase un engine, preparatory to starting a factory at his town for the manbutter. Mark Hardtn. ufacture or the automatic wagon J. II. IIauohman fc Co. will store brake that ho recently Invented. Those wheat again. See them. who know say he has a gold mine In simple invenSun our Dewey ware in Green Crys- this very useful, though tion. tal and Gold. Warren it Shanks. 9 Foil LIFE. James Hacker, the man . Screen doors, ea9h and who sued the L. it N. Co., for imagiShanks'. screen wire at Warren nary injuries, and John Sandler, both Havi: your eyes tested and properly of I'erry county, were taken to FrankRock- fort yesterday to serve the rest of their fitted with glasses at Craig er's. lives for killing Henderson Barger. Their lawyers took an appeal, but the WANTED, to pay cash for country prisoners Dot being able to raise the produce. II. M. l'owell, Gilberts money to pay ror a transcript of the Creek. proceedings In their cases, It was not and the 00 davs being out Aiiout IS people, mostly colored, went from hore on the excursion to thny had to go. Jailer DeBord says Louisville Sunday. The train laid here th'-- wore the best prisoners he ever three hours drumming up a crowd, leav- had. ing at 11 o'clock. TllB Blue Grass Grocery Co., which has stores in nearly every town of Taxus. Tho tax books are and the auditor has written me In the section after which It to hurry up the collodion of taxes, Is named, has rented the Walton storel'lmiso don't postpone but come up at room in tho Interior Journal buildonce and get a receipt for your tuxes ing and will open up In big style, July for this year. S. M. Owens. SherllT. Ith. Manager F Weekeor, of the Danville store, was here Wednesday Tin: L. X. will sell excursion ttek-o- t and made the necessary arrangements. July II. 'J and I at li fares, good to He tells us that ho has also rented a return July 7, and on account of Inter- room In Lancaster, where he will open national Convention of Uultod Society July 7. Mr. J. W. Rout, or Christian Endeavor, July at has been appointed manager of the Nashville, at it! M, Tor tho round-trip- . store hore. Mulllns, who MULLINS. -- Champ A Comparison. They seom to mankept hotel at Livingston for years, died age such things bettor at Danville thau thero Friday and was burled Saturday. here. The tax rate there has been Bright' disease was tho cause. He cod .Tti.por cent, and Is now only 50 was about W years old and besides a cents on the $100, whereas we pny 75c splendid wife leaves several grown and get little roturn for It. Out of the children. levy of 50 cents, 23 Is applied to a sinkTint local blinks will not pay chocks ing fund for the payment or tho water unlesx the two cent stump is attached works debt consequently the general and ih government will make you pay expenses or the town are mot by a levy ?100 If you do not attach them: so there of only 27 cents on the S100 of taxable jou are. The Louisville banks are un- property. Low taxes and tho excellent decided whether they or their custom- financial condition of Danville certainly justifies a little crowing on the part ers will pay for the stamps. mm of her citizens, says tho Advocate, and Tin: court of appeals decides that It surely seems their time to crow. Danthe railroads can not under section 218 ville has no revenue from saloons, of tho constitution charge more for the while hore we get $2,000 from saloons short than the long haul. The L. ,t N. and then pay 75 cenu on tho 3100. has been hauling coal to Loulsvlllo There Is a screw loose somewhere; and much cheaper than to Lebanon 01 Stan- unless it is tightened we shall all go ford and this decision stop- - the prac- bankrupt from taxation. m Slioo-KLV- Factory. Crash 25c Ladies' Hose 15c Ladies' Hose Socks...:. !l5c Undershirt II 50 Shoes 15c Collars 12Ac 1-ic ijjc 8Jc 18c 5c Cambric 100 Best Envelopes . 51.50 Hat 10c Wigging 10c Crinoline II 25 Table Linen So H Sc 00 ! U 8ic 7JC 22Jc il 00 10c See Table Linen 65c Shirt 75c Shirt 5c 5c 70c 55c 4'c 50c IJ YA 5c Urown Cotton (ic ISrown Cotton Cc Bleached Cotton 3jc 1c 2ocSilk Tie 5c Apron Gingham 50c Serge 30c Serge lSc 3Jc 33c 20c i Corsets 10c Cake Soap 1 4c 80c 5c Pound Best Cotton Batting 7jc t t m pro-vcut- I sell everything1 as advertised and if these I prices do not convince you that I am going out of business you don't know what bargains are. I 1 71 now-read- y W. M, After being SSCJLSTK8. g t re-d- ii tortured beyond endurance by English sparrows and expending much time and a cargo of ammunition on them, Mr. M. D. Elmore has hit upon a plan that drives the little pests from his trees in a hurry. He has placed in the top of each tree a tin can half filled with small rocks to which a rope is attached. By jerking tho rope the rocks nre agitated acainst the sides of tho can and a noise is made that not only scares the sparrows away, but scares the neighbors as well The first evening he tried his Invention, two birds dropped dead of fright and a few evenings sutllced to make them all shun tho trees. Mr. Elmore will apply for a patent and prosecute all infringers, who do not pay Mm a royalty. Patent Applied For. GREAT BARGAINS IN Misses' And Children's Misses' Oxford- Moris, at G,V. former prl-- e Si 13 to 51.23. Children's Oxfords, 50c. Former Price 90c to $1. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. JL tice. 1 i ..i..i. .n..n.i in ininni" '" Sadie Williamson anil Florence .Myers. Aitbii Recruits. Dr. W. R. Fenny went to Liberty Sunday so as to bo Richmond Register. MR. JUD Co.aTT, wire and protty there at court yesterday to get recruits daughter, Miss Vlrgiu, of Wichita, for his company, the fith U. S. VolunKansas, who have been visiting at Hus- teer Infantry. Ho took with him Dr. tonvllle, spent several days .with Mr. MussOy, of ICnoxvllle, to examine and Ed Wilkinson and Charlio Carson to and Mrs. George R. Cooper. M. T. S. FRITH, of Hrodheud, isJ drum up tho boys with fife and drum. with his sister, Mrs. Dr. W. R. O'lJac-. i.i nr- ui'i"""u" l" " non Ho is a stockholder In tlio tarMcCreary Is reporting among the free mors Hank .t Trust Co., and camodown - silver people that he voted for Palmer to vote on the question of that Instltuanu uucKner. uut ouij fools can bo .t iitnHmildutlon. . . HUH H"" t?tven Wednesday iooleil 0 such falsehoods'. Tho gov m.,,. ..nr.l nartv .i UI ernor not only voted for but spoko ror ranlnir by Ml Virginia Bowman was runctlons of the the election of Bryan, one !, of his . . . UI1U Ul n.v handsomest -year. Tho supper was served tiy Ullne, strongest, fwuw y"K ""'" ' 1 pa-Wj L i,:iH.CKfinbtead or deciding the ices being individual moulds of patterns. Advocate. trlotlc Jnl0 iiqU,inlion the stockholders ... . MRS. A. a- - aih.-iof tho Fftrmer3 Bank it Trust Co. yes- .it.. vnvito.. Va.. tbts weoiJ to visit terday voted by largely over the necesTrue-hear- t, majority to reduce the sary her daughter. Misses Florences Virginia Bourno and Eunice capital from $200,000 to $100,000. By Earp will accompany her as far as doing this now tho stockholders save Huntington, W. Vn., where they will 81175 war tax, which would have been visit relatives. duo July 1. Dr. J. 3. Owsley, cashier MISS ALMA LACKEYE has been ne tells us that tho $100,000 reductton will lected ns sponsor of tho Tennessee Di- be payable to every stockholder July 1 vision Sons of Confederate Veterans nt In full, something no other bank has tho reunion at Atlanta next month. overdone on u reduction In this section. Gullatln, Tenn., Examiner. This la an THE Hustonvlllo fulr is a certainty. any , exceedingly high compliment for for ono so At a meeting there Saturday afternoon lady, tho raoro especially BUtllcient stock was taken and lt was young as this little beauty is. to give an exhibition on WedCasey M. Owsley, Esq., graduated decided Thursday and Friday, Aug. 10, nesday, at the University of Virginia last weok 11 and 12. W. Gill Cowan was elected of Bachelor of Law. Casey with degree president; J. K. Baughman, vice presila a worthy chip of tho old block and mark. Ho la dent; W. D. Hockor, secretary; C. W. will certainly make his Adams, assistant secretary, and Junius now visiting Commodore Granger nnd Hocker, treasurer. M. S. Baughwill return to Lancaster In it few II. man, of this place, is ono or tho direcweeks. Record. Tho honorary vice presidents CORPORAL II. D. WHITE, of Co. L., tors. Include prominent stock men of several 2d Regiment, camo homo from Chlckamauga to attend tho funeral of his sis- counties. n. WiMitliorford and A. B. C. r!,w,i.,r, army ter. Ho Is much pleased with rin...i,i,n.i wofrt lmrn vostordav cottiiifr any life and says ho would not take way irom oxperlonco ho has had. special premiums, on their 'thing ror tho rtnnvillQ where they secured Camp raro has cured him of dyspopsh. well and worth. Our citizens will be equally as too. Ho says tho boys aro liberal. anxious to go to the front. MicaMisVA Park PHELPS enter . talned a number or guests at a oeauu- Mil U U I OF the 2.1 white persons examined for school certificates last week only 10 passed. Seven of them got first and three second class certificates. Anum-be- r graded third class, but as they had previously held that grade, the law itUi Itttml It ..mr n uvinloil.. . tWm ... . -- of Misses again. . i" 11 """-''"l"""- -- "I I T 1 -- I -- -- two-thir- & Drs. J. W. Cox and Z. D. Massey, surgeons of the fith fj. S. Volunteer Inrantry, ar And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of rived Saturday to examine Capt. W. B. Penny's men. They got down to business at once and the first day examined 45, out oi which 3S were accepted. Dr. Cox tells us that the examination is more rigid as the men are for the reg- Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable 'prices, also a complete lino of ular army. Lt. S. P. Vestal and his the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. clerk, D. U. Breck, arrived yesterday to muster the men in and he will do so when 75 have passed the examination. ClRCCIT COCllT adjourned Friday I'll Lt. Vestal belongs to the 7th U. S. next Saturday, when tho equity cases Cavalry and has had much experience alone will be considered till the end or in mustering companies into the U. S. tho terra. George Anderson conressed service. .We Have To...r.. to entering the houso oi George Alford Following is a list of those who have with burglarious Intent and was given been accepted to date: two years, making two persons, both G. L. James, John Tankersley, Xegroes. to get penitentiary terms this John Jones, John W. Walker, court. John Tray lor was fined S20 in W. A. Payne, A. E. Grimes, the case ror selling whisky unlawfully, A. Y. Stringer, Jas. M.Saulley, which went to tho court of appeals be J. G. Harris, George T. Lewis, cause tho indictment failed to have A. W. L. Chandler, II. W. McKinley., i 1). after tho year in which the otTenso Willie F. Florence, E. B. Carlisle, i holding that it Mlllord Vaught, was charged, that court John Sid Adams, It don't suit us to go to war. We have to supply those left behind was not essential. Col. W. G. Welch Strand Gooch. J. Frank Lusk, with Merchandise at Right Prices. was given a Hen of $3t2.50 on the judg- W. W. Elkin, Everett Smiley, ment for 6725 damages obtained by Don Victor Ballou, Charles A. Huff, John Bailey against the Hustonvllle A: James K. Vance, John Young, Danville turnpike. ThocasoofG. A. Samuel Sweeney, John D. Yocum, DcLotig vs. Cash it McCormack lor Joshua Moscr, W. E. Cromwell, $125 balnnce on a traction engine went John J. Leach. Ben P. Dawson, for plalntltl on peremptory instruc Bcrzeal Reynolds, M. B. Chrisuun, tions. Jos. C. Rlneheart, Sam'l. A. Padgett, Smith, The Third Anniversary of the Stan- Robt. L. Edwards, William D.Young, William 21(10, G. U. of O. P., Jas. H. Pryor, ford Lodge, No. Samuel M.GrilJith, m Vanhook, Shirts, Linen Coats, Lester Coats, Underwear, Etc and tho Ruth House, No. 5S0, was cele Jas. T. R. W. Stephenson, in roval stylo, near Stanford, R. C. Engleman, brated 35 Fontaino Dishon, Friday. Many visiting lodges were Samuel E. Ball, presont and a general good time was Tecumsch Waters, Newton Sweeney, Bastln M. Wren, enjoyed by the 2,000 people present. Pat Smith, Edward D. Cary. raado a fino display, Walter Potty, Tho members Charles Gorely, showing that they aro an excellent Tbos. Chappell, Joshua T. Hogue, Eli Houf, body or men. Rev. H. A. Ross, preJames C. Massey. siding elder of tho Frankfort district, About 25 recruits from tho Klcgs-vill- o adwas tho principal speaker and his neighborhood came in yesterday Tho dress was highly complimented. between tho Black In- as wet as drowned rats, but the rain base ball game in cooled their terior Journals and32 tho2, Danville bad not it did make enthusiasm the their banners so least if to who got . was won by the formor . .. i.ii. n i. tho $10 prize. Jesse Myers and Miles neuvy wiey.wouiuu t of Capt. Penny's men, Peyton, of tho committee of arrange- - ' A mil ii Mint, thn ITmiflca of Ruth who enlisted ror tho run of the thing, came added much to the success of tho day AWn't show up when the time , business, hence his efforts ai reand that Chlel Marshal Green Baugh-man preserved perfect order aud wish i crultlng. Tho soldiers aro in charge of James to thank him for his services. Over Sautley and spent their first night of $100 wero added to the Lodge's funds. army life on, the hard benches of tho I ik-z- " e Rev. John C. Ballard, or Chesterfield, -last night. Their meals Ala., will begin u meeting at Mt. Xen- - Ul.0 supplied at tho Carpenter Houso. Stanford ought to do something nico Jia next Sunday ulghlut 8 P. M. At Ft. Estell, James Moore, a mall f0I. lne. soldlors before they leave. Getting Ready to Leave. MIlME PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, CRAIG & HOOKER'S. Stay fit Home! Some Seasonable Goods: i ; : il 1 OVER JACKETS, RANTS. OVERALLS, m .,,. good-man- y ,n.a We sell the best $1.25 Men's Shoes in the World. SEVERANCE A SONS. mwmmmmmmmmwMm&mw& The Deering" Mower with Ball and Roller Bearings. -- 'III 1 1 -- i;j I T i court-hous- P&MMJ CSmJMFoft ,(. JSu 7 i carrier o Kingston, shot and Instantly John Harris, killed his brother-in-law- , Mooro lied, and has not both colored yet been captured. After runnlnir a trial of U miles In 2:110 at Chicago Lleber Karl went lame and was retired. I Tho following gentlemen wero rec- ommenucu oy me uarraru county democratic committee yesteruay lor election commissioners: C. A. Robinson, W. L. Luweon and J. R. Rubles. John Tyler was fatally injured in a runaway at Mt. Sterling. "' i in n ! FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. I I ,. ! - -- -t 1 -- f t ROYAL KEOEPTION THE INTERIORJOURNAL u'bUfta.aiZ'u.aBi.ars, ass. A 5"ri Ao.--- r AT GIVEN PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS ALOXG THE LINE. ALL In poor Bad management keeps more peoplo circumstances than any other S2 PKIli YJCVlt IX ADVA'CK Stanford, I worth cutting. The natives along the railroad, as a rule, aro a KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. poor, half fed, half clothed looking Os a. M class who seem rather Inclined to loaf at Manford at No. Arrrtres 2 10 a M. Sn. 4 l.envp Manford at than work, and goodness knows, I can't No. 21 Arrives at Itowlandat U irt WAV. a 4) 1. M. 22 at o see how they can possibly make a liv- & SJauford Hockcr, Druggists. ing, even if they were to work their lingers off. In a portion of Ohio, and I KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Cool Wiscoxsix Rusokts.-TI- io am informed it is no the best by any Monon Route via Chicago is the proper 12 37 p in means, things look differently, but oht No. 24 Train going North line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. V. A., 2 41 a in " " N0.S6 " what a difference when the Ohio is Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph12 4Xam " South 23 No. 127 pin crossed. " Ko.23 The wheat seems to bo an lets, rates and time tables for all reForalllPolnta. excellent crop rtnd the com Is over sorts In Wisconsin, Minnesota and BOTJGU TICKETS SOLD. waist high In a great many fields pass- Michigan. Information cheerfully BAGGAGE CHECKED TI1H0UGU. ed through. given and services of an agent to meet For any Information enquire ol Sunday the people of Fayette suffer- all parties on arrival of trains at LouJOE S. UlCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. ed a cloud burst and I understand a isville and Chicago rendered free. great deal of damage was done to both the standing wheat and corn. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Wo are authorized to nunounco But this is not what I started but to Trains leare Frankfort at 30 a. m. and 1 r. !., On the same train with myself connecting at Georgetown with Q AC and reach, tell. lag Tarls at 8. 40 a. M. and 5. 10 l l. lave l'arls was a regiment of Pennsylvania voluu-teer- s Of Mtullon County, ft candidate for ConCongressional District at 'J: 20 A. si and 5 r, M., connecting at Vv! with brass band and at every sta- gress lu tho Eighth to the action of tho with tj. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 of Kentucky, subject a. m. and 7:20 v i by crowds of people democrat Ic'party. tion they were met JOSEl'H It. NKWTOX, A. (i. V. A. ready to cheer them on with kind wishes, flowers, and above all, someHON. G, G. GILBERT, QUEEN & CRESCENT. thing to eat. At Chlllicothe, O., a Of ShelbvCountv. Is ft candidate for ConCongressional Trains pass Junction City as follows: committee of citizens met the soldier gress In the Klgllth to the action ofDNtrl.-toYventucky, subject the dem4 11pm 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. 1 South 841 am boys with everything their hearts could ocratic party. lMUarn "4 " No.8 " 11 IS am 131pm wish and all that was required to Insure " 6 " No. 5 " No. 0 " ...... 8 topni "10 " ......COO am B. THOMPSON, Self-Foldin- g were brass buttons HON. No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-ger- s a grand reception from South of Somerset 0 and 10 run uo far and gilt on your cap. As the train Of Mercer. Is n candidate for mer wan juucuon wiyanu o antinomy iu for Congre.- -. in tho Eighth Congressional pulled out the news butcher fell in the District of Kentucky, suujeci to mu uuwou ersct. car door with a bouquet half as big as of tho democratic party. a barrel and on being asked where ho MLK. Car load at $1.60 for 7 Royal i akea the food pure, got It, replied: "Well, you see my cap SALT.I barrel. Alo wholesome and delicious. and brass buttons; some good old sister MirUTAT' WANTED to store In CVcloiir VYrlEiAl Hall all thought me the commanding officer of HAMILTON, IlosrUnd. cent a bmbel. IsAAC 26lm he whole 'shooting match;' she gave me the Mowers, but the young girls who T"i l "OTVr I wish to bay a small Tarm of rAllM. fair 100 Acres. Address good cut all the brass buttons off my coat lmxl and have ITS toImprovements. Must be ' II. .M! will make a kick when they see 'South- K.," Hubble, Ky. ern News Co. instead of 'U. S. Volunteers' on 'em." & The boys came through Junction City last night on a fast train for Chlcka-mauFOR SALE. and as the train pulled out and lot In Moreliind Station, tho A I turned to catch the L. & N. the band niiliihouie and CO bv 30. two stories high, up liulldinir up, "There'll be a hot time in per story fitted up'for dwelling, suitable for struck CO, 14 n lde tnc old town tonlgut." Tney were a small family nnd room buildingshed, bywell and salt corn cribs, waro POWDER jolly, set and as full of mis- arranged for a general store, have been Absolutely Pure from $15,000 to J20.000 worth of goods chief as could be, and I can safely say antiuully, Is offered for sale. as gentlemanly a lot as ever went to the front for Uncle Sam. In Washington that old law compellNEW YORK. ROYAL BAK1N9 rOWCl CO., Also a good stock of goods at prime cost . ing to refuse to sell liquors Until tho houie and goods aro oold lu a to soldiers was resurrected, but the bulk. I will m'11 goods fur cash at about cost. boys got into the habit of walking in Tho house will Imj rented after the 15th of and tho good' hold at auction, .A-- T and helping themselves and very fre-- q July of price MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . It. 11. KINO. lently broke up the remainder, so . Moreland Station, Ky. : Kentucky. mat it has been revoked, and now they Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd are again free American citizens, but -- S Porters the guard bouse with yawning doors tablo. Everything 89 t meet all trains. stare those In the face who happen to 15c. Lamps, Wc. Ik'U. come Into camp in a more boisterous I hove decided to adopt the Cash System Locke, 15c. Wrenches, 25c. condition than the officer of the day believing It will be butter for my customers Oil Cms, 10c. Toe Clip-- , us well as myself, o beginning S. PRICE, A. thinks becoming. Lamp Brackets, 13c. Foot Pit m p, 75c. A few davs before I returned I visit .Surgeon 1 25. Gash Saddles, sell Crapholiue, 10c. ed Camp Alger, In Virginia, where Dentist, 10c. Cements. come some .k,U0O or 4u,ouu , soldiers were Onlv. Thnso owlnp me mustwill bo forwurd placed and scttlo or their accounts Ky, way Cycle And Everything iu quartered and am sure I never saw a In W. A. Trlbble's bunds for collection. 21 markablylKo-W. A. CAKsON, Crub Orchard. Offioeorer McRoberts' Drug Store in theUOwsley happier, better fed and clothed lot of Building. boys in my life and the only thing that seemed to worry them was the fact that DeOur Our they were not allowed to go to the FJUNJN George C. Kelleh. front. hard'y 1 ly IVl When not o paid 352. CO will be charged. TIMED, 1 Staxfokd, June 20. The expression 'God's Country" was never more' forcibly impressed upon mo than on yesterday, when returning from A'ashlnj--to- n City I passed through Maryland, West Virginia and a portion of Ohio. In the two first named States the corn Is scarcely six luches high and the wheat, now ready for the reaper, appears only In spots, and those seem one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents Itself he Is ready to take" advantago of It. A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romudy in the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until comnels it and then ruin his best horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to.Jpay, besides; one pays out 25 cents, the other Is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while ho is getting poorer. For sale by Craig tv GOULD SCARCELY RAISE HIS HAND. Yet took DR. R. m. PHGLPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, care of seventy head of stock. The farmer who found a friend. Scrlotn remits often follow n strain. cured of tny complaint, so that I w oble especially when it atlccts the back, and to take care ol seventy head ol stock all few people arc o liable to strain n thme through the winter, which shows that the who arc lilting heavy load ol various cure was not temporary hut pcrmaueut." kinds, from day to day. The teamster 11. U, V. llr.XTl.KV, Towner, X. D . rarely ever overtaxes his atrcugth. l'a- - The millarlly with the class of wnres he ver action of Dr. Ayer's Tills on the them invaluable for those handles, enables him to entirely Base the J so as " - -mnke.-. .vflla.. load he Hits.!...., uot to put an excessive nnlliii.il malarial climates. C. 1'. Alston, . ..... '.I... ... Ti.n. ....... nurueti on miuscii. uui wiiii mc inriucr it Is different. He Is lifting loads of such " I have found In Dr, J. C. Ayer's rills an varying weights and under such vnrlng invaluable remedy (or constipation, Ml. conditions t lint he is vrrv liable to lilt n (oiiMics and kindred disorders, peculiar little too much some dav. with injurious to miasmatic localities. Taken in small results. Many serious nffectious of the net well on frequent doses, great organs of the body originate In n and liver. aldltiK it inthese pillsoff malarial throwing strain. It was ho iu the case of II. K. V. the poUons, and restortug Its natural powers. ncDlley, of Towner, North Dakota. A I could uot with strain resulted In serious trouble with the Ayer's 1'llU."dispenseALsto, the use of Dr. C. F. gultman.Tex. liver. How he recovered and was enabled to feed seventy head of stock during the arc a specific for all dls. Dr. Aver's rills winter, let hint tell himself eaocs of the liver, stomach, and bowels, a year ago. I sustained an Injury they promote digestion, cure couttlpa "About consequences, and promote In my back and "shoulders by Ilittnir a tlon aud its health of the etitire system. heavy weight- After n time, a lircr trouble the general They should always be nscd with Dr. J. C. came on, which so weakened mc that my head Ayer's Sarssparilla when a cathartic Is could scarcely Hit mv hand to 111. MAI I..ITAI1 1ti.M 1.. ftt.1 rtAH.Mtlnl. nl tenulred. More about the pills In Dr. free Br. J. C. Ayer's l'llls. and finding almost I Ayer'c Uircbook. heutMass. AUUIC.I Wl Immediate benefit, coutmucd uutll 1 was J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, . 1 T Stanford, oiiii-- -- "'A. Kentucky. McKlmiet a over lllgglns Hore. J. T. stsslwarton 1). tj. STJTTOJNT, - flustonville, Undertalcer, Kentucky VI OftYri hi settlers to the v4v ofWwt IJncoili iinl Csvy counties, lull stock ol olBnisml CsV- - Carutr. Msuagrr. IiaiuI AC.SINE. l)UALEK In. JL U M B IE R9 STANFORD, KY. I SASH AND DOORS, FIRYlNSURflNOE C iion. j as. u. Mccreary (.eorge-tow- n flB fern K f Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. J. Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. Caledonian : Insurance 1MOO. Co., 01' Scotland. KOUNDICU mi I -- -- Store Room Goods ga 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. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 6 fcTANIOltn KY. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., Ih bakS PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ! fun-lovin- g eU-l- ng PRICE, $ 1,200. bar-keepe- rs B I C Y C LE S New And Guaranteed. Rccelviuc: his Fall And Viutcr Goods. . Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Goods Warranted. Mason Hotel first-clas- s. le-! Incaster, $20 FOR CASH ! 1 SUNDRIES, 5c. to of $so. IN JOII II. (.AJtLKWlh. A.(i 1.4 MUM, INSURANCE COMPANY il 00. 10c 10c 5tWl dune15 vill for Cyclometers. Screw Driver.", Trouper Onarth, Kepair 01111111, Tool lings. OF LIVERPOOL. 25c 25c BSBBEE S CB.STLBHM. MAN.VtiHt-S I the I Price. Sundries at Ue Oommerco .Buildiug, Louisville AjfnU Throughout the outh. DR. W. B. x, Southern Railway TllK Manufacturing partment. Repair Department VT. Stanford, .. - TEIBBLI, - local Agent, - : Stanford. dentist,Lancasterttreet at : Ky. on Office Residence. JX.JtfcCkAY jf: I? At Trentou, la., Percy Elliott shot and instantly killed EHle Kelly and 'S Pit then shot himself. They lived on opposite sides of the road. Elliott saw I'ENETHATES Miss Kelly sitting with a young man in front of her house and shot her with EIGHT GREAT STATES a ritle from his doorway. His dead body Kentucky. Tennessee. A lrglniii, Georgia, was found shortly afterwards in an inNorth und south Carolina. Alabama, ner room. new Lutheran Church near A N. D., was struck by lightning while dedication ceremonies were in progress. One end was torn oil the Hetween Louisville am' the South. building. About 300 persona wore pre sent, and two were Instantly killed. In the panic a number of others were in- THREE DAILY TRAINS jured but none fatally. Each way between Loulsvillo and Lexington The Carlisle Mercury says the free W. A. TUHK. G. P. A.. pikes iu Nicholas county are going to Washington. D. C. W. H. TAYLOn, A. G. P. A. ruin rapidly, the line Lexington road LouUvllle, Ky. r! Kentucky. Co We always carry n full line of Illcyole I'irtf for the manufacturer of Ilicyck'8. We are in a position to mnke the lowest price on Tues, .Spokes, Itiin, or any thing that is used in the construction of Bicycles. pijuipped that we can mnmifac ture or repair promptly and at reasonable price.-.- . Romembcr "e make a pe cialty of and reenamolIiiR. This work is lirt-cl- a Hint nt lowe- -t prices I. o well Farmers BanMTrast OF STASFOItl), KT. Second-Han- d Send and $5 Shop-Wor- n Minne-wauka- n, Through Sleeping Cars to $20. Wheels, 032 Fourth Avenue Louisville, Ky. ?ld tip j Capital, 5200,000 00 17.G03 80 Sarplui, Two-Ce- nt Stamp for Illustrated Sundry Catalogue ami Hargain Sheet. Largest Cycle KhtnblUhent In the ntire South -- xvtte, FKKH LINE OF- prorUloiu of IU charter, ilepotlton are a full lruteclvl at aroUemlor In .Nalloual Ilanki, ll hari'liUrr Iwliu liehl linllrMuallj' liable to the extent of the ntnouiitnf their itwk therein at thenar Tdliirtheritif, liiaihllllnu to tlie amount l" neb itiarra ltiuayactat exetutor. ! uilnlttrator,trute,.tr , as fully at an Imllflilual. TcH'WringoU! thatilito thoe who haieetitruit. eJ their hiitliu-- i touj, ue trust thee Mil runtlnut to do no, aiitl we otter at a Kuarautev fur jirutiitit at leullon to lame our 'M reji" lu lank liiKaiul at lllwral arvomiumlatlout at are tontitlvnt tournJ haukliij. with eit-rleti(v niRKCTOAl. - J. J. Wllllamt, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cumuilnc, I'rearhrnTllU; J. S.Owtley.Sr., J. II. WillUni Oooch, J, Kiiihry, J. i:. Lriin, J. N. Meuefre. 8. Included. ip i. I i. Kentucky C. L. S. C, Lexington, And Dealer in June 2'J to July 0; Jl fare from CincinHARNESS, SADDLERY, SsC. nati and from all points in Kentucky, good to July 10th returning, for sale STANFORD. KY. via the Queen & Crescent Route. Sam Jones at High Bridge, Sunday, July 3rd. Special train leaves Somerset 7:30 a. M stopping at all points between there and High Bridge. Returning, leaves High Bridge at 5:15 v. M. Great day at the Palisades. Do not fail to go and hear Sam Jones. Round-trifrom Junction City 75c; Danville 50c. Mr. P. Ketcham, of Pike City, Cal., sayu: "During my brother's late sicksciatic rheumatism, Route to ness from Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave him any relief." Many others have testified to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. During the Snead tire in Louisville some fool joker told Miss Leola Wright that her fireman sweetheart was fatally hurt. She fainted dead away and it was an hour before she recovered conFrank J. Reed, O. r. A., Chicago. UNDERTAKER! CHEAP RATESON Q. & C. TAKE THE Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors or uean 8 Illack Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. Shop on Mill St.. uppilte J. 20, residence H. Baughruau & Co.'s Mill lt Jones, Dry Goods, Groceries And TINNING STANFORD. KY Genral Merchandise., FIRST NATIONAL J. T. & PLUMBING, S.II.Shanki. orriCKKt. I'reaMent; J II, Ow.lejr Cahler; OK STAXFOKD, KY. CnL. A. W. CarifDter, V. J. S. II. .Shank., Ur. W. M. DrlKht elUr BANK 'MONON,' The Popular BIG 4 ROUTE. Every Thing Way Down. Call And Sse Me. Capital Stock 3100,000. Sorplni, S15.750 p TOLEDOAND DETROIT AHPolutsin Mlchlgau. The Best Line toaod From MARK HARDIN. LOUISXZILLE HOTEL Loulsvillo, Ky,, AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN STANFORD. Season of 1898. CHICAGO. Cham-berlaln'- si White City Special." Best Terminal totatlbn. ST. LOUIS. AToUHng tho Tunnel BOSTON. Waguer 81eeplug;Cari. Duflet Parlor Cars, rvininartment Car. Lleuaut Coach ing Can. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS CHICAGO. NEW YORK. Cars. Prlrat Wagner Slwpin and Din spending the day in the city. Genllcnen's Cafe on otlico floor. I wish to anuounco that thli popular summer re.iort will be ojmjii for tho aeeomruoda-tlo- n of guests. The Ladies Itestaurnnt is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ludies Attention ot the public li railed to the fact that thlt is the onlr National Han'., in Stanford. Under the luorlaloiu ol the Xational lianlc Act deHsltori are seruretl uot only hr the capital atock, but hy the itockhuhlera' lUhlflty tor an amount equal m theitoclc ioth.it deiueliora of tills luatltn-tlo- n aie tecurtd by a f nil ol t'.XU.CKKj. Klre aworn tatementiol tho condition ot the Hank are niaje each year to the United States doTeruuicnt and iu aveis areeijiiiiueii ai siaiett ll mm ty KOTvruiucnt atjeuts, thin ui'iiring additional and erlect aalet todeiosltori. ZZH This InitltutTiiii originally rttahllshed as tho De. posit Hank ol Stanford in 1S54, then roorganluxl u the National Hank ofstauloid in 18C3 andagain rvorxaiiUed us the First National Dank of Stanford in lssi, has hud practically an uninterrupted exltt. euce for 3i years. It Is better supplied uotr wltl. lacllltles for transacting huilness nronintlr and II h. erally thau erer before in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of IndlThlaals, tlduclarlet, arias r.d Indlrlduals solicited. 11 ' DIKICTORi. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. V.', Hayden, Stanford S. T. Harris, " S. II. iiaugtiuiau, " J. S. Hooker, T P. Hill, ' W. I'. Walton W. A. Trlbble, " Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J.H.Colller.Crah M, D, Elmore, Stanford. TTTOSrEJ , 1898. i; E. H. Baoon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky sciousness. De mreyour ticVeta read rla "BIO FOUR WARRESU. LYNCH E.O. MCCORMICK, Pais.lAjTktl Traffic MgnAss-lGen- . THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Music Mannger. Tuesday, Thursday and Sundiy Kveniti". CISCINNATI.OUK). Itetluticd rates during tho first mouth. For Information in regard to rates, etc., address T. H. WniCIIT. , 8' Crub Ky. J.S olrmiaj. Hocker, President; A. A J. J. McRnhrU ICashU IlcKlnuey,AMltantCatiiler. wn"ui'smiii Hz-i3- . rjf.