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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898070101 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 ' V'V W' w i 4 1 1.1 l ?f SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI I. MATRIMONIAL Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. JULY 1, i V - ! J 1898. .t NO. 34 MATTERS, VI1-Itutnu, ! LANCASTER, POLITICAL POINTS. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, if : V , Dr. McDonald, of Danville, will conThe House adopted tho conforencc The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mr. duct the communion service at the report on the bankruptcy bill 1H2 to i:i. A. L. Denny died at Dinville. Presbyterian church Sunday and also The' congressional county. candidates nre John Honeycut. a Bell county farmspeaking In Anderson countv this er, wus found dead In bed. Heart diKunlzo Oyu. Japanese, elopud from preach there In tho evening. Herndon Young, a former Lancaster week. sease did the work. A wife aud two Louisville with Mis. IsabollnStephens, Diugley and Boutello. both of Maine, children survive. Kelj-wlIn boy, son of J. Roc Young, and grandnrnl wan married by Justice son of W. G. Anderson, is at Santiago huvc been renominated for Congress JclTersonvlllo. Frank James, brother of Jesse, will spend several days at Harrodsbure. Ml) Ella Hrovvn, of CIrclevillo, O.. with Roosevelt' Rough Riders; Will by unanimous votes. Tho democrats of tho 2nd district near where three members of attempted suicide because n paper of Dunlaplsalso there with the HJtu U. have nominated II. D. Allen, of Union, S. Cavalry. band lie burled. her town spoke of her rival as "the A surprise to their many friends was to succeed Congressman Clurdy. Senator Lindsay has taken nn active belle of that section. " Tho new prison commission will elect Interest In Josh Stone's ca-and beEverett Way man, of Plney Bluff the marriage of Mr. M. A. Archer and children Miss Frances Underwood, which occur- olllcers today. Capt. James Blackburn lieves there is little doubt that he will Ind., has deserted his wlfeaud Is tipped as warden of the Frankfort be reinstated in tho tkb auditor's because he says the Lord told him to red in Lexington Wednesday. Mr. Is a prosperous young merchant and Henry Smith, of Bowling Green, office. Archer seek purer associates. Eddyville. A heavy thunder-storpassed over Elder George Klngo asko us to say of this place and his bride a popular nt The Board of Election Commissioners Somerset, At. Cook, an expressman, school teacher of this county. the church picnic at Turnersvllle that Mrs. Betsy Pointer, aged fill years, have made a ruling that no Federal. was caught by an electric wire and inplanned for the 4th of July has been who lives near Cartorsvllle, was as- State, municipal, county or district stantly killed. Two houses wore struck IwstjMjned and that ho will preach at saulted by a deaf and dumb Negro officer can serve as a member of the by lightning, McKlnney next Saturday nljrhi. County Board. The Estill county soldiers are kickKevs. V S. Grlnstead and Henrylt. named Curt McFarlaud, while going to At Somerset Monday John D. White ing on Ethel D. Scott as first lieutenvisit a neighbor Tuesday. She ran and Mills returned yesterday from Mt. said In a rantankcroiis speech that he ant of their company and say tbey will Vornon, where they proaohed everal scroamed and succeeded In evading him. The Negro was arrested and would not bo bound by the primary Il- be mustered In with Green Miller as sermons. They tell us that the ostab. legally called for Aug. 11 and will that otllcer or not at all. llshment of a Methodist church there Squire Parsons brought him before Judge Burnslde, but he refused to say make the race at the November election, There were U.J applicants lor teachis a certainty. Kelly, u soldier of Ft. Hlley, anything and his lawyer was unable to regardless of the result of the primary. ers' certificates In the last examination Itoliert Notwithstanding the Pennsylvania of whom five obtained first class, seven Kas., returned to his homo In Grayson elicit any Information from him In any way, so waived un examination and he State convention was dominated by second class, live third class and 13 County, Ky., to marry his sweetheart. Tlio wedding had taken place and thev was held to tho grand jury In the sum frlondsof William J. Bryan led by failed. London Kentucklan. J.VX), falling to give which he was Col. James M. Guffey, of Plttsourg. an JohnG. Fee, founder of Berea Colwere partaking of the weddlnc supper, of from Ft. Klley appear sent to Jail. The people of that locali- effort to insert a plank reaffirming the lege, says the story that colored studwhen an oillcor cd and Kelly was arrested ou a charge ty say this Is not the first attempt Mc- Chicago platform was defeated. The ents will hereafter be excluded from Farlaud has made In this direction, and controlling inlluence In the convention there Is false and there will never be of desertion, can sufficient evidence be obtained to preferred that the platform should re-- 1 any color line as long as he lives, Mrs. Kate Wheoler Morris, ft noted j The case of Jas. Howard for the kill Kentucky beauty and society woman, convict him he should bu placed In the late entirely to state issues. A Fronkfort dispatch says that Chas. ' Ing of Geo. W. Baker In the Howard-M- . iwnltcntlary and cease to be a menace tiled Milt for divorce at Honklnville Randall, of Luurel county, who has! Baker feud, Clay county, will be called aiatnst her husband, the F.ov. Dr. Chas. to the neighborhood. He Is about 20 years old, fairly Intelligent, writes a had charge of the whisky tax desk in 'July 5, before Judge Brown at London of the leading L. Morris, rector Church in Natchez and Proident good hand and can Use the sign lan- the State Auditor's office, under the to see if Howard shall be admitted to guage, but Is as stubborn as a mule. present administration, has resigned ball pending his trial. of it college. She alleges Inhumanity Mrs. Ross Burnslde and son, Willie, his place, aud will engage in business, Mrs. Margaret Prince, as executrix and cruel treatment. She Is u sister of of BarbourvIHe, are visiting Mrs. Mar- in his home town, London. The place of her husband, has filed suit In the Congressman Charles K. Wheeled. he resigned pays S1.J00 a year, and his United States Circuit Court at garet Gill. M.D.Hughes is in LI Ingston organizing a Maccabeo lodge. has not been named by Audi- - fort for $50,000 against the directors of CHURCH CHATTER. Clay Hamilton has returned from Stoue. tor the Madison JCounty Fair Association. There are It Sunday schools in Mad The democrats of Tennorsee in con- - It will be remembered that her where ho went on some errand. with 3,1 IS pupils. W. S. Ferguson, of Covington, Is here ut Chattanooga nominated Hon. band was killed by the giving away of The last Haptlst Year Book gives the this week looking after his farm. Geo. Benton McMillan for governor. The a staud on the grounds, names of Utt preachers who dlud dur- L. Walden and wife, of Danville, The Somerset Paragon, a republican tire piatform indor&os the Chicago plat-- j ing 1M7. Of these '- were over aO with Eldor Jesse Walden this week. form, and demands the froe coinage of of republicans, has the courage to say: years of ace. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Stone, of Stan sllvor at the ratio of 10 to 1: opposes "Looking over the ground, you will Eldor W. N. Brlney, of Leesburg, ford, have been visiting at Mrs. George the Increase of tho public debt by the discover that perhaps every blind tiger held a most feucces-- f ul meeting at Nev Hardin. Rev. aud Mrs. H. N. Paul-con- issuance of Interest-bearinbonds and in Somerset is a republican, and everv Liberty, closing with IS additions to have returned from Barbourvlile. indorses the action of democratic rep- - one of them is a dirty henchman who the Christian Church. W. K. Shugars, of McKlnney, was here ri'sontatives in Congress iu voting to. has done naaty work in polities. llKV. J. H. CltOUril and family have this week and was accompanied the wm-- : a vigorous prose- - body may think it's treason to sav this, home returned from Hart county, where by his sister. Miss Lilian. G. II. Run-yo- cution oi which is urged as well ns a but, if it is, make the most of it." they veut In private conveyance. He of Oklahoma, and Reuben Moss, strict obsorvauco of the Monroe docwill preach at the Baptist church Sun- of Dubuque, la., are visiting relatives trine. SPECIAL TRAIN day. The opposition to Gov. McCroary's FOK KENTUCKY STATE in this county. Dr. II. M. Grant was TEACHERS TO Hov. Dr. McGrogor, of Atlanta, one tendered the position of surgeon of the nomination is purely personal. It is WASHINGTON. t Ministers 4th Hoghiittiit by Gov. Bradioy, of the mo-- iKwerful Baptist but as not contended in any quarter that he is The Chesapeake & Ohio will run a in the country, Is conducting a meeting ho was sick and unable to go to Lex- not able, conservative and safe. Messrs. hllllpilll II ml toil V.istHilll.t TixiIm tn at the Baptist church. Ittchmond Cli- ington to stand the examination, he Thompson and Gilbert are so busy wag-- , ,V!lsh,n,,.nn. ,..., rvIm,rn . n ,. max. wa compelled to decline tho appoint lng war on him that they seem to have M.t Wednesday, July 0th and arriving K. B. Stahlman. for the Methodist ment. Editor Louis Laud ram went to lost sight of tho fact that tho Demo- - ,n Washington at 11:30 a. m., next publishing house, testified before the Cincinnati Thursday to attend the crat e nom nee will have a hard Hpht , Th, , wU the Senate that no money had beon Used to mooting of the "Press Association and on his hands In November and that he Kentucky delegations of teachers to congressmen. But nobody will probably accompany thsm on Inlluence kMB -u uuu- - the Ntttlonal E(lucatlonal their convent! ou. will bellow Brer Stahlman, we opine. Canadian tour. Tho visiting young ed Democracy. Gov. McCreary's course ' ,.,. ... . and Kv. V. U. Lloyd, pastor of tho Kleli ladies were tendered a hop Tuesday in thi, campaign has commended itself JaeaU wl, b e0rvod fop TJck tnond Christian church, who hold a oveuingatthe Masonic Hall by tho ' ots qn sale July Jrd to tHh Inclusive, at mooting here about two years ago, was young gentlomon, which was a dolight his campaign on a high plane, and bo 0B0 fare ,)lug two do,,aM fm. ,.ound elected president of the Christian con- affair. Miss Bessie Burtiside- ontor-altie- d has kept It there, bearing h.mse.f all ,,. d 31 . vention to be held next year in Shelby ,,. ta h4.(Wki7 A .Wt ZUVVI. Monday evening in honor of hor thowhUc with courage and dignity. ,.(1(1!,,.ll tH ,...,7 . vut. wwaa.u vlllo. guests: Mis-e- s Webo and Brown, of Ho Is the only ono of the candidates be f'om RIehtnond, Va., and a very low . ABhbrook Frank and l.obcrt G. Lexington; Pearl Burnslde, Stanford, fore the people with an experience and ' ,ale "ll , been made from Washln: gtou grasp of,' public measures and affairs tn TMl.limntwl vln tnnMint.nnrl OKI Dntnt Frank, both former euulents of Ken and Lucia McAfee, Lebanon. tlltlug him to deal with the eomplteat- - Comfort, tucky University, have received JI.UOO thus giving the only opportu- "HUBBLE. ed and Important questions which will .... each from the will of their imolo, V. , the most Historical Sea- , . , i . .1 S. Frank, of MaysvlUo, who died a short UU IU 111U uu.w v.uiij; IWS3. it uu shore Resort on the Atlantic Coast. The voto to move or not to move the has ll always been a consistent and active time ago. school-hous- e Send in your name for maps, time tahas about been taken, aud During the nearly 10 yoars of Dr. l Democrat. He is the strongest man In bles or sleeping car information. Don't stands with a majority of nine or a tho district before the people. His Il- bo T. Hale's pastorate, Birmingham, Ala., dozen for moving deceived. The Chosnpoako .fc Ohio it. I,:i50 ersons have buen received Into lustrious record Is a guarantee of what Ry., Is On account of having to be away on the only Line from Central Ken8U?,21M.UD contributed his future service will be. He deserves the church, and '2d Sunday tn July, Uro. Gowen tucky poluts to Washington, without hist yeur being the for all purposes the to be nominated, aud if nominated, he will till his pulpit at the Christian transfer of cars or depots. will win. Richmond Register. the best in Its history. Ask your ticket Agent or write church here next Sunday aftornoou at The revival at the Presbyterian .'t George W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agt., o'clock. CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION church, which has boon in progress for Lexington, Ky. Why can't banks keep tho revenue 10 days, was to have olosod last night. TO SELECT DELEGATES TO CONGRESstamps, and when a cheek comes in GUESTS AT LINNIETTA. The visible results are live or si, addi- stamp it and- charge It SIONAL CONVENTION. to the man's confessions of tions in addition to the In obedience to the order of the exLinnietta PAkk Si'kinos, June a0. account, adding the l!o extra. (Beoau-- o 1W or .'to soldiers told of in another colecutive committee, I hereby call a mass The following is a list of this week's It is against tho law. Ed.) umn. The membership has been greatIt Is reported that one of our young convention of the democrats of Lincoln arrivals: Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Chilton, e ly revived nnd all whp have attended men Is in Stan- Shelby S. Roberts, Miss Miriam Pickto soon wed a promising bollo of to assemble at tho the services have been much benefit Jessamine county, but as I am ford at 2 l. M., standard time, Satur- ens, Mrs. G. H. Mourning Miss Nannie not aucd. Evangelist W. K. Gales, who has thorized to give u Mourning, Louisville: Mrs. M. C. Lyle, names, I will withhold day, July 0th. to select delegates to himdone the preaching, has endeared district convention to bo held at Dan- Miss Lizzie Lyle, Miss Newman, Lexthorn for further developments. self to every lover of the Lord, and will ville, July 12th, which vfill nominuto a ington; Mrs. L. Reno, Owensboro; D. go'hcncewlth tho prayers of all of James Robln&ou sold some 1,000 candidate for Congress In tho Sth dis W. C.Armstrong, Winston, N. C; Mrs. pound heifers to Lyon & Allen for H'o. God's people. G. A. Swlnebroad bought a pair of two- - trlct. The basis of representation will Irvine, Miss Jennie K. Irvine, Knox be one delegate for every 100 votes and vllle. Others are expected from Memules for S120. Thomas Tho Union Stock Yards Co., at Lex- year-ola delegate for every fraction over 50 ridian, Miss., New Orleans and Richington, has filed Its articles of Incor- S.M). sold his horse to the Gvnsles for votes for the leadlngdemoeratlc elector mond. James D. Shelby. poration. The capital stock Is fi,000, Joseph McCarley is sinking rndidly in the last National election. par value of $'J3 with 1240 shares of a Because of tho refusal of Capt. Tho said executive commlttco fixed and Is per share. The Incorporators are S. L. days. not expected to live but a few this qualification for voters: All per- Parke's company to accept Ethelbert Ed Minor is in Louisville for a Van Meter, George II. Whitney, O. H. few weeks work with his father. Dr. sons who voted for tho Bryau electors D. Scott, nephew of Gov. Bradioy, as Chenault, W.J. Banner, J. T. Vouch Herring reports several of Jos. Rogers' at tho Inst National election, and who first lieutenant, tho Irvine Rilles have and J. F.Cook. Tho first sale at the family down with malarial fevor. Miss are qualified voters at tho time of the been notified by Col. Colson, commanyards Is not expected to take placo unvoucr, who has beon visiting MlssLeln mass conventions herelu provided for der of the Fourth Kentuoky, that their til Juno 11. Robinson, ha9 returned to her homo In are held, or will be such at tho next services will not be needed. The peoKed Cro-- s Tho hospital supply-boa- t succeeding election; all democratic ple of Irvine are Indignant over the cargo ot supplies for tho Chattanooga. Drs. Montgomery and with u Lewis roport Master Billy Jim Snoona- - youths who will bo eligible to voto at matter, and roundly denounce Bradley relief of tho sick and wounded Amer- more, son of John Spoonamore, danger such election, as well ns such other per- and Colson. ican and Cuban soldiers has left Now ously 111 of Promlnont Lexingtonians fire push sons of democratic faith who by their typhoid fever. York for Santiago. Two of tho three participation In such mass conventions ing a movement to have a regular mobphysicians ou tho Bed Cross uro CubI have used Chamberlain's Cough herelu named and who shall thereby ilization camp located near Lexingtou. ans, familiar with diseases of the Cub- Remedy in my fnmlly for years aud al- claim themselves obligated to support A 200 aero tract of land with water an cllmato. ways with good results," says Mr. W. the nominee of tho district convention works to be constructed nil over It will A regimonj. of 1,000 men could read- B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small shall be entitled to participate. be offered to tho government free of ily find shelter under a single bunyan children wo find it especially effecJ. E. G'AKSON, Chm'n. charge. The longest fence in tho world is a tree. In India there is one of these tive. " For sale by Craig k Hooker, E. D. Kennedy, Secy. wire netting" fence in Australia, 1,230 trees which has 400 main trunks and druggists. m over 8,000 smaller ones. Bravo old Gen. Callxto Garcia Is as miles long, its object being to keep In Madrid they have to pay $2.00 In Tho Government has decided to Issue grand In philosophy as In patriotism-"- the rubblts from tho cultivated fields. In tho early days the Atlantic cablo weekly u bulletin giving tho where paper money for a dollar In gold, and only had mangoes for breakfast," of tho regiments of tho volun- hero bankers are offering $1.0ti In gold he paid when calling on Admiral Samp tariff was 3100 for 20 words, and $5 for abouts son, "out," heuddeU cheerfully,"! also euchuddltloual woid, Now it Is 25 cents teer urmy. The first, bulletin was Issued for each dollar's worth of tho uew a word. per cent. had mangoes fordupper yesteruaj." Wednesday. JtimcH Moore tind Miss Mury each 1", wore married In Knox 11 j n Quan-troll's e, I Who Will Be Next Congressman McCreary, Thompson or Gilbert ? 1 Here's a Chance to Get a Suit Free. Men's Fine Suits J12, J13.50, J15, 110.50 NOW FOR $IO. Look for yourself and be convinced. It costs nothing to looa through our lines. It pleasure to us to show cur goods. is-a Straw Hats At 50 Cents On The Dollar. coun- Suits made to order, cleaned and pressed. Bsst 50c unlaundered Shirt in the try. To the first person .sending us the noaieat guess to the exact number of votes received by the winning candidate on the final ballot in the coming Congreiwonal Convention, we will GIVE A FINE SUIT OF CLOTHES Make as many guesses as you want. Cut this out, fill blank and bring or send to us. i Name of Candidate..., n F? Vttmlmr nf Vrt,na . W Signature '. '. K Address iii2iir.it--rii;- ; A T The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No, 136. ZK DANVILLE, KY. & ---sail EpU-cop- al WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF m hi : Frank-success- or '.;' WI1-mor- e, hus-ventl- I Tan Shoes And Oxfords For Ladies and Misses. Quite a variety of style, which wo have reduced in price. nice, clean, new stock, latest toes and colors. These ate 2- I rrtv THE FAIRS WILL SOON BEGIN And a Tan Shoe is the proper thing to wear, as they are Coo'er and less trouble to care for than black. Send for thein or call and we will take pleasure in showing them. cr g Some-Inaugura- te 1 i LAN!ER, CALDWELL & House, Leading and Furnishing The Shoo DANVILLE, KY. n n, ...vu .,, fc ...,, ,.... We Now Have A Full Line of the Very Latest Stationery in the Style. The Shape of Paper and Envelopes is Correct and the Quality Superfine. 50c Per Box. t New-Initia- l ii , - ,.. PENNY 'S DRUG STORE. a m Ji-r- i i I UJ ssnl 4 u usi-uiv- KEEP COOL ! i I I $ .... 0 fffi Mi n This a hard thing to do 5: 'V m . These Hot Days, Hut you - court-hous- I ... cm be comfortable and cost you but little. Linen Suits At $2.50 i 1 To $4. 1 Luster Coats at 1.50. Magnificent line of Ifll w 12. d Me-Mel- Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. Straw Hats from 2oc to 1'2. Look at them I fill .... H. J. IVIcROBERTS.' r.v fl RUBBER TIRES FurnNlied ou New or Old Vehicles. I There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAREN St 1 ,' I SOV. p s : K. Chas. Martin, of Bourbon county , When the Congressional Committee bjtween 8,000 and '10,000 Negro solmet recently in Danville it was left to diers, and more Negro officers than sold Durrott & Glover, of Louisville, 38 Chairman J. Wilkes Morgan to exam- ever before were in the service- of the head of yearling maro mule.- at $77.50. ine the question and decide if county United States. They were over 12 hands and nil good July i, 189S chairmen shiill permanently preside at A commission which has arrived at colors. Stanford, Ky.. Thirty-si- x the mass conventions on July i)th. Ho Key West from the Cuban Government car loads of horses and has done so and decided that they must reports reinforcements to tho number mules for cavalry purposes have left W. P. WALTON. so preside. This will save much time of o,000 men marching to join Gomez. the Danville depot during tho last few THE GREAT BLUE CRASS GROCERY CPMPANY J-and confusion and very much simplify Tho Cuban Gen. Reclos, with 1.300 men weeks. Tho amount paid for them Is wUl open thler Ajth mammoth grocery store, lu Stanford, Ky In ' matters. defeated 5,000 Spaniards In Puerto Prin estimated at 550,000 to 575,000. the'Interior Journal building on main street on or about Wednesday, Mnssns GiLunur and Thompson Tho Anderson News says of the cipe on June 0, killing 10 of them July 7th. went up njrainst an almost, unanimous and Crimen of 1S93, pubThe Cream Young Hamilton Fish, son of tho wheat crop: The grain is small and McCreary crowd at Mt. Vernon Mon- lished by the henlor class of Central millionaire, was one of the Rough Rid- somewhat shriveled. It is estimated day, where all three spoke. Some one University, is away beyond its former ers who wore killed. In speaking of it that the crop will fall at least 25 per Baid there was only one efforts nt typographical beauty and is his Hamilton died like a cent, short of what it promised to be father said: man present, which may be too finely indeed a gem. It is liberally illustrasoldier, in the thick of tho fight, and tho first of the month. In addition to drawn, though the man from Madison ted with half tone cuts and in every Kverjhody know that this mentis strictly Groceries at up with the first men. Wo arc proud this, tho price has fallen to 70 cents or half prices. ia monsttous solid in Rockcastle and way a valuable souvenir. his heroism, but his death Is an aw- less, and tho farmer mut sell at a ver.i of ovorvwherc that genuine worth and low price or hold his crop and take tho democracy is appreciated. He is ' Gen. Cekko goicuo Williams, a ful blow to us." mire ! Gon. Shafter has reported to the chances for a rise. GOOD a democrat under any nnd all clrcum- - hero of two wars, a U. S. Senator in Marriauk Mack Bird, a widower War Department that he can carry stances and when his party speaks he peace and a useful man generally, is at Santiago by assault in 4S hours. He of 2S, and Miss Nannie Singleton, 20, And ! on hnnd to give uh royal welcome. accepts its dictates aud mounts the the point of death at his home in MontYours for Cash, gomery. Ho is up in the SOs and can came to this conclusion after a survey both of the East End, were married at platform. When he hoped there was a of the field. Ho will, however, not un Rev. F. W. Allen's by that gentleman afford to go hence In peace. chance for international bimetallism, dertake the assault at once because his yesterday. he stood with the party for it, but wheu guns are not all In position and because CO. NO BATTLE YET. Win. Hawkins, 25 year- old, was he found that it was out of the queshis own forces are constantly gaining shot through tho hoart and Instantly he accepted in good faith the Chition, in strength, while the Spaniards are cago declaration for free and unlimited ATTACK ON SANTIAGO NEAHLY READY killed by Bob Green, aged fiO. in a growing weaker. TO HE MADE. shooting ntfray, In Woodford. Green coinage of silver and on this point Is Tho president has proclaimed that, was himself shot and will die. even sounder than his opponents, who in addition to the blockade of the ports EGYPTIANS GRANT CAMARA RIGHT TO make a speciality of their free silver specified in his proclamation of April COAL. proclivities. In Congress he would The riuil Vn. 22, 1893, the United States of America She Does our friend always put In again assume a commanding position Before Santiago, Juue 30. efhas instituted and will maintain nn money on the right liorbc? Enemy evacuated Cancy, five miles and such a man is needed in the counfective blockade of all of tho ports on He No; bclicc it is usually on the from Santiago. Shatter has movcils of the party as well as the nation. the couth coast of Cuba, from Capo left horse. Yonkers Statesman. ed his headquarters to the field. Lincoln county people are for the most Frances to Cape Cruz, inclusive, and A Ccnponalt Clioril. Siege guns all landed and placed. part for the governor and we hope also of the port of San Juan, in tho isr Tim Heading a novel? by coming to will emphasize the fact Said, June 30. Camera's Port land ot Porto Rico. Second Yes; 1 was atStanford in large numbers July 9th and fleet still here. Egyptian governThe Spanish position at Santiago Is tracted by the title. "Put Yourself lu standing up for him. ment will allow her to coal to full a strong one. Admiral Cervcra has Ills, i'lacc." Puck. capacity. sent some of his heavy guns ashore, Hound ti lit .Noticed. It was thought Monday that the at London, June 30. Salisbury's and has pluced his ships to command "What makes Squeemu so intensely tack on Santiago would not be delayed speech is interpreted as a warning lnniToi. thnn Wndnpsd.iv. but owinsr to the valleys, by which the Americans disagreeable?" t0 Germany that England sympa lie couldn t attract attention any must approach. Thereare three strong has been the lack of heavy artillery it aa. thizes with America forts on the line of defense near the ather way." Chicago Jiecord. or till the ar postponed till next week city, with intrenchments extending They Heunn Hnrlj-- . rival of the last expedition from Tampa WAR ECHOES. DentlM Whendid your teeth first n from north of the city to Morro Castle. which carries many heavy guns. Gen. ' troubling you? Gen. Me'rrett has at last left for the In front of the intrenchments are nine Shafter says he can take the city in 4S Patient When I was cutting them. fences, fifty yards apart. hours, but without the artillery the Philippines. Ho ought to have been barbed-wir- e X. Y. Truth. Capt. Sigsbee reports that while off loss of hfo would be greatly Increased. there a month ago. A dispatch from Chickamauga says San Juan, Porto Rico, he was attacked being placed. It seems rnahloiiulilc. Siege guns are Wo intend making this jtalo the greatest bugaln ufvint; ollor evor attomptod in Trofessor These great storms, you to be the intention totakeMorroCastle that'2."i Government paymasters have by a Spanish unprotected cruiser and this vicinity. We hnve already bum discovered by the bargain of thU city come fort by a land attack and tnus lacintate arrived with 2,:to0,000 for the soldiers. tho Spanish torpedo boat destrtyor must know, How in cycles. and county but we projwso to startle the country with wonderfully cheap aelliiig Student very up to date. a dash which "Don't swear; fight!" shouted Col. Terror. The Terror made Sampson's entrance. Pando is on his ' daring this sale. Moonshine. way to join Linares at Santiago and Wood when his Rough Riders received was awaited by the St. Paul. Tho St. Shafter cables that he was 54 miles the first volley. And how they did obey Paul hit the Terror three times, kill- Inrr nnn. nttWt finil- t.WO mon and WOUfld ocders! away Wednesday. ATAnirz-i- n ". U I 1, U. a Hiving Hia.1 Ana t wtll.twrnt Murat Halstead has started to San Intr several others. The Terror drop-- i Manila is not enawUiMre of A M.lwtlv The situation at owing to foreign complica- Francisco to go to the Philippines with pod back under cover of tho fortillcacouraging tions, which will, however, be reduced Gen. Merritt'a expedition In the capaci- tions with difficulty and was towod into iunxi Mr. Mo,ty mrt u.iMfi..r nM &, the the harbor in u sinking condition ihrvf. h iiki.m, a k M.iv ti when the army lands. Camara's lleet ty of official historian. Gov. Bradlev has apiointed Sam where she is now being repalroH. is still at Port Said and may not go to Commodore Watson, who is to po e propose to give hway to our c Jt liners, nbuluiily free of chnrgtt, In nddition the Philippines, but it is said that Morrow, of Somerset, and W. H. ColToll-Hou- se against Spain's lier, of Lancaster, majors of the regi- against Spain's home coast citlos, has to our already low pricos n valtiabU and useful premium with every ilO or itb pur- Watson's fleet will go ment under Col. Colson. sailed from Havana for Santiago on tho cilURsC home ports whether it does or not. A Spanish deserter tellsGen. Shafter protected cruiser Newark. There he will sill nt public outT ;)ic Ti.II-uNearly every newspaper mention of that 200 Spaniards were killed and SO will form his squadron. Besides the and Hlionl One Acre of l.uii.1 on lit- d I.tntiitT the congressional race in this district wounded in Friday's brush with the Newark as the (flagship, tho squadron CourtA. I My In Jul-.- . Turnpike Itiwd on t'MinU Montluy. llUi. ile s battleships will Ih inttde In front nf'th court Imuv has something to say about the proba- dismounted American cavalry. will consist of the wijfii nrnw will Ih tiiiilo known. bility of the nomination of Robert The American troops at Santiago Iowa and Oregon, the cruisers Vose-mltI). V. VAMIBVBRK. Pre Harding, of Boyle, in case of a dead are not finding the climate so hostile Yankee and Dixie and tho colliers lock. That would be'au'admirable so- as the Spaniards predicted. There are Scandia, Abarenda and Alexander. ! lution of the question if it should ever few cases of sickness among the men. Commodore Watson should be at SanOne bigjlot of ( alien, blue figured red Yard wide hemp carpet lie. reach that stage, for. Mr! Harding is A soldier caught asleep on duty at tiago now, ready to sail for Spanlight and fancy, 3Jc xtl. IM yard wide hemp carpet Pc not only worthy, but well qualified for Tampa was sentenced to lx months In ish waters as soon ns he collects his The toekhol lers of tin- - Curilirl:itnl ValLndics' Summer Corsets, Few rolls matting to elts 10c ley Land that or any other honor, but there will the guardhouse, and to pay 310 of his vessels, all of which are now in the Stanford. Co. will meet at their ottW In Apron check (Jltiglmms .IJc. Floor oil cloth ls'c. Ky.. on morning. Jul McCreary will be monthly pay of S13 each month for six vicinity of Santiago. be no dead-locSUth, Jolls. ul !l o'clock, to olivt Nino : Hlg lot new yard wide jxrcal at oo. T.ible oil. cloth Immedfntulv after which tho board nominated on the second ballot. Mark months. Lot Nau venule Crepon cut to 8c to close Indies' sleeveless vests, 1c Or Q for 10c. eU'Ctoil will bv organised. prediction. the LAND AND STOCK. The flying squadron is no more. The 31 Lot Lnwns, 1c. Heavy Ilrown Colton 1c J :?. HOCK Hit. $tfri-trvI'al. hooks and t) tw ruduccd 6 to 8c. flag of Commodore Schley has been Checked Cotton only Ic. Whale Hones ,o doz. Georgia peaches are selling in On THE Annual Outing of the Kentucky hauled down and the squadron conCotton in blue 8 Ladies' nnd Minos' Hoseoc. Press Association begins at Cincinnati solidated with the fleet of Rear Admir- ciunati at SI. 50 act ate. Yanljwide Wenched Cotton 1c. Men' Itolhnggan hirt I'Oc; two for 35c today and includes a rail and steamer al Sampson. W. M. Bright sold to E. I Woods Hope Cotton 6 IMc. Men' I'ercal ooft bosom ahirtit, detachhogs at Hie. visit to Mackinac In Lake Michigan The government has sent 17 carloads five Scrim, jtin the thing for curtains only able collar, lie. Spool nl nttontlon of depositor-- , nnd Bros, sold to Walker, of Beazley and a deaden over the line Into Canada. of canned tomatoes to Tampa. of tho Pnriicr-- Hank A. Trut ( o. Is From as long n it lasts. Marirfo Cloth Shirt, detachable collar, The trip will occupy a week and be a there they will be taken in transports Garrard, a harness gelding for SKIO. , o.illod to tho provisions of tho now Mump 3c Six feet window thados only 10c. noft bosom, cutis lo matoli Gdo; worth U most enjoyable one. The INTERIOR to supply troops on flue cattle were killed by one Tax Law. All oliooks loust l,o Mumped hy their way and thoso Six unMii.ivMTiiuiii projKTiv onnoolod ! of Kiilil law jirovliltw that stroke of lightning in Montgomery. Journal will not be represented; already in Cuba. Uulng. EaTlOO pairs of Ladies' nnd ML-e-n' omission Shoes put on limgnin Counter to be clotted out lv tho alas and alack! of various par- cannot 1, to attach stamp liy'lilniM-l- drawer John Gooch bought After Commodore Watson has left romodli'd either or any at Toe. They are worth from fl.'J.'i to J2 por pair. of yearling heifers at :ijc. ono oImj. except by nppoaninro The governor of Alabama proposes with his vessels Admiral Sampson will ties n bunch of Internal Itcvontio with full A 510,000 sarcophagus has been plac tnont of facto and payment of penalty.state. o declare vacunt Gen. Wheeler's sea' have 107 vessels under his command. is exclusive of 31 vessels on the ed over the grave of Byron McClelJ. ft OWSLEY, Cashier. in Congress and order a special elec- This Partners Hank Trust Co. N6rth Atlantic coast. Lexington horseman. land, the tion to fill it. Will Gov. Bradley take Capt. Allyn K. Capron, commanding Eighteen hores shipped by Bowling the same view of and course toward Troop L, of Roosevelt's Rough Riders, Green parties to Tampa for govern Col. Colon's deserted post at WashingTHE THIltl) SEisioN or T. D. HANKY, Mannger. ton? asks the Louisville Times. He killed near SeavlHa, died like a hero. ment use were killed in a wrecK un Uranch stores tu I'Arin, As he fell ho said: "Don't mind me, route. Ky. will not and it strikes us ought not. Academy ana.Ver.suillcti, Eminence,Oarluilc, Ml Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawrencehurg, f'yntuU Oorgetown, KHzahethtown. Frankfort Mnuckw)rt, Intl. of yearlings boys; go on and tight!" At the Belle Meade sale THE Richmond Climax can live The general opinion in Spain is said lu New Yoi k a colt by Iroquois sold At Burnsidc, Ky , whether subscriptions are paid or not. to be that expressed by the Archbishop for $2,500 and a lilly by the same for Begins Thursday, Sopt. O. Clarence Woods smacks his lips and ex- - of Barcelona, that tho time has come $1,000. tatically exclaims: The blackberry for Spain to treat directly with the More than $100,000 will be distributTho Academy for coming ision has Pull crop promises to be a hummer this year. United States for peace. ed In btakos and purses at the two faculty of I'lve Experienced Teacher till Every fence corner Is full of bushes Capt. Gen. August! reports to Ma- meetings this fall at Louisville and collueo grudiitttort. Kurollinent last joar li5 Excellent couios oirored In Latin, Oreok. and every bush is loaded with fruit. drid from Manila upon his desperate Lexington. Gorman. French. KnglMi. Jlnthematli-s- , Scsituation. He has 1,000 sick and 200 Owensboro parties sold 125,000 bushels iences, History, Music, Oratory aud Phvrfcal Terms iiwxlcnilo. Hoarding AVo will store wheat at a less price than you can store HRltn is some more of that 'd n wounded. Augustl reports that Gen. of wheat In ono day a'- 70 cents. Deal- Culture. Is alt thai could bo wished i department uv nonsense" as Southern used to bay Agulnaldo has sent a demand for his ers expect it soon to drop to 50 cents of eouifoit and convenience. Tor particulars it yourself. All who stored last year made money, Also aim catalogue, auoress mo Principal. Yale University has just conferred the surrender, but that he had refused, per bushel. :u J A.M ESC. IKILLEV.M. A. The Senate passed the resolution honorary degree of LL. D. on Presi-- ; At Nlcholasvllle Sam and Henry i will either lniy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and McKinley, who at present needs tending tho thanks of Congress to Muir sold 8,000 bushels of old wheat at stiffening to his backbone thanival Constructor nobson, but with an 70 cents, after refusing $1.15 for it sev see 11s. ' amendment including tho names of his eral weeks ago. he does honorary degrees. Of Land, St:ck And Cr:p. crew. This is the first time Congress The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius is ,,, buiij iLLiruiuu uitTii iiifiiivv i. rii frequently described with great elaborohSATUU nuAii says uiub uiu new Mttj ,inlJ As I want to sell out. 1 will on . "" artrt oanKruptcy law win enauio aoout juu,- - grade of commUbioued officers. "" engine of Saturday, ation as a most destructive xG, 1898, 000 bankrupts to get on their feet Agilinaldo, tho insurgent leader.it war that Is-- likely to revolutionize Oiler for sale at my homo on Cedar Creek. 2 again. True, and about the same num- - Is announced from Manila inniiu.. fighting methods. In view of all this, miles from Oral) Orchard, on tho turnpike berof thieving acoundrels will embrace has called upon Capt. Gen. Augustl to there are Impatient people inclined to loading from Crab Orchard to Stanford, the THKfollowing mu opportunity id escape uoois iuoy 8U,Tender, but the latter refused, ask why she doo'nt destroy more. Were 100 Acres o( Land on Fall Lick aro able to pay. Ins ho was "resolved to the we oat of dynamite, too? Utoek, in Lincoln county. This Is ono of tho ' sovereignty of Spain nml tho honor of Cerro Gordo, tho stallion which best farms In tho neighborhood, with cootf ABOUT half of the legislator of iB8t on It. ACUEs ON Bales & McElwalne, of Richmond, sold buildings of nil kinds CJairnrd.2K) A No , "" "u" "u "u SAME CUKKK. In session aro applicants for positions un-three Com'nander McCalla, of the Marble-wa- s to New York parties a few weeks ago t hares In 10(5 AOHES, known as iho fctono der the prison commission bill, but It'. farm, on DIx Klver, adjoining Oieon Itrlrir for $2,500, Is dead. left for C. A. Wilson, member from uead' in Ic:hnrr, of options at Springs, aud half Interest In bs lu Diddle, Nell & Yates, stock traders (larrard Co. This Is well tlmltoredAUKL'a SO a lropt idu coWerIn!r laud. to apply for a guard's place. t?"ftmo 1,000 sheep that acres at my farm at Cedar Ureok. Any perHis ambition surely runs on tho sliding sIt!o"lolakc then tow,n :v,thouts. w- - of Gradyvllle, have any of . wv,.,. if .v lis iiiiiiiii nn r ri ill' iiii- i.iaii they recently purchased at an average son wanting to buytho sale those Itracts should UVVllUI sj HIO lUJU call on mo before ", scale. nnd will nhow open and to Invite tho business world of Sl.SU. Columbia News. show them oor tliom. Will 11U0 fell .saw .Mill TllK current issue of that admirably to resume commercial relations. A. L. Redford bought in Allen coun- and Orlst Milk combined; In good repair; 7 Morses, 'J Cows, 1 Calf, mulo Colt, S The IJostolllce Department has made ty 400 sheep and 200 hogs. Ho paid 21 Ilugglos. 2 Spring Wagons. paper, the Breckinridge News, printed Hono Wagon .'J to Hi for V, Intotost In 20 acres of corn In Hold, lot of caps the climax of its success in that arrangements to send mail to tho sol- cents for the sheep and from Millet and Cuno, pair Stock denies, 0t of Glasgow News. o the hogs. line. "Old Glory" is given in colors diers and sailors at Santiago. Tho blacksmith tools, cuno mill, 0 ot hogs, lot thero will bo known ao Military and in great shape while an advertise-o- r Powhattan Wooldrlde, of Louis- LiiiiiIrt. Shingles and Hoards, Household .V Station No. 1, Cuba. Mall should be ville, has bought of Capt. Breckin- Kitchen Furniture, xc, ,Vc. two Is similarly treated. My farm on Cedar Crook contains 50 addressed to this station, via Tampa, ridge Vlley his farm near Versailles, and lies on CiabOrchaid ,V Stnnfoid acres plko. It has u good Thk London Kontuckhui, announces Pin. Postolllee money orders can be containing 11(5 acres, at $125. bluoksmlth shop neighborhood, eloso to churches and In good in the sent there. that it Is the only J. E. Madden, of Louisville, paid and schools. lor further Information write mountains. What's the matter with When the mustering in of now organ- $5,000 for The Sweeper, u yearling by to tho undersigned or J. P. Chandler, auctioneer, I'lat, Ky. Sale to the Echo? Has Brer Djcho fallen by, izations uuder the second call Is at tho Dixiana sule. 10 o'clock,Walnut tho terms will bo begin at d Imp. Massetto, when announthe wayside? ced, (i. W. SINOLLTO.V, Crab Orchard. HIGG-IN- S the volunteer urmy will include which Is going on in New York. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - - - THIS SETTLES IT. I anti-McCrea- ry ENOUGH SAID drat-ohus SPREAD THE NEWS - THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY SPECIAL 1 ANNOUNCEMENT Olllee-Seeke- Otllcc-Seck- er I Read,iRead. AGeneral Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store be-ji- FIFTEEN DAYS I l XMZ&X":?!", For Sale. m Mini-for1 l 1 , I Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Leaders, No Baits And No Catches. first-clas- e, Values In Dry 34-- 3t hi: And Notions. NOTICE Weilm-Mla- k. IMrw-toro- . ATTENTION! , 150-poun- d .' f Col-loct- or The Louisville Store. Wesieyan nrzEMizA.ir - ex-de- nt Na-mo- re PUBLIC SALE July to-w- it: I II 1 ,.i,,i J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO, -- projM-rty- , say-mainta- in I '"r. S Guan-Jessamln- e, 11 I ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE. ! -- -- . I is-t- 1 1 1- -2 post-olllc- storo-hous- o. somi-wutskl- y The Latest" Machine out, something new; sold under Guarantee. Come and see it. & McKINNBT. eom-plete- H fitl'ilf 'j"LJ.1 ' ! " "' ru 1 rt ' Vila.' rr - "5?f,iTf? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! CllKAI threshing coal. Co. t J. II. Baugh-ma- n CAPT. PENNY'S COMPANY MUSTERED IN AND GONE TO J KNOX t 'J J I' K i7 f VILLE. Tin: town tuxes lire being collected After two or three of tho hardest by Jamea I. Monefeo. Stanford, Ky., July i, i8q8 days' work he ever did in his life, Capt. Fuurr Jars, CanM anil Jelly Glasses W. B. Penny succeeded In getting 70 E. C. Walton, Ui'sinkss Manaoi:k. at Warren it Shanks'. men mustered into the U. S. service and leaving for Knoxvillc nt 1 A. M. Coai. oil stoves from .0o to o THE 2D KENTUCKY. Wednesday. The work of making out Ovr.it .V.i.oOO have been each nt Warren & Shank-)n the inustcr-lrolls was a long and tedi- MESSRS. SAUFLEY AND WAEEEN DEMlses' Oxfords at 03c; former price SI 15 to SI. carefully ami mi iwt'.y Ullod nt Penny's) IIlUOlNS A McKlNNEY are Invoicing, ous one. It was superintended bv Lt. LIGHTED WITH ITS OFFICERS AND Drug Store. ours will receive the snmo trciitment. but are doing so with open doors. THE MEN'S GENTEEL DEMEANOE. Vestal, the mustering olllcer, and done by Messrs. D. II. Breck, his elork, as In view of the fact that Lincoln counThe election commissioners recom- sisted by Mr. G. L. Penny, and It re- ty and PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. several of the adjacent counties mended for this county are B. W. GIv-onquired live hours to complete It, or till have furnished volunteers who uro now II. M. Nkwlanu went to Lexington W. A. Carson and Jesse I Iliffo. 10 l. M. Tuesday. While It was being nt Chickamauga In tho 2d Kentucky Tuesday. done, tho boys went tothc Presbyterian Infantry, we inquired particularly . G. D. CoitSKTS.My ontlre Mich. V. T. SaL'.ndkus had buun sick Crab Orchard, Ky. IV. date corsets all shapes size and col. revival In a body and at Its close wore about this regiment of Mesr. Warren for a week or so. Juikik James I. Bailey went over ors, I now olTor at what they cost me. treated to coffee, cake and Ice cream, and Saulley, who have just returned served by some 2o young ladles, the from a visit to the National Park and V. II. Shanks. to Cincinnati Tuesday. money for It having been raised by obtained this Interesting Information: Richmond Mil J. It Bush went to The East Tennessee Telephone Co., Bev S. M. Knnktn and they enjoyed The 2d Kentucky has, according to Wednesday to pond n few days. W. B. Mclloberts, agent here, has re- being served by such fair hands almost their report, about the best camp site Miss Lacka Jakiiji: returned to duced Its rate to 3.e for u live minute as much as the refreshments them- in the park, which Is dotted with the lior home at Lebanon Tuesday. selves. At 10 o'clock, the men were tents of the 1st and 3rd army corps, And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of M. AND M IIS. W. I). MHICSHON, Of conversation with Louisville. to the St. Louis, are visiting Mm. MerHhoit. Bead the notice in this lst.nu by the ordered into lino and inarched House, comprising nbout 50,000 men. It has been assigned to the 1st Brigade, 2d Mlts. S. K. GEANT, of Fulton, Mo., Fanner Bank in regard to stamping electric light at the Myers 1h visiting her niece, Mrs. F. W. Allen. checks. The penalty for failure to where they were sworn to support tho Division, Href Corps. Each camp is laid Me. A. A. McKinney, Je., l up stamp Is heavy and you may save much constitution and obey orders. The off in perfectly straight streets running from Montgomery to spend a few trouble and expense by complying with muster rolls were then signed, the parallel with each other, and each comwhole requiring li hours. Then the pany has Its own street. The sanitation Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of creeks. tho law. band, which had furnished music at is perfect. The discipline Is rigid. the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trade. MES. Nan LOGAN, of New Market, Tin: T. W. Napier Camp of Confed- Intervals all the evening, led the way Order is the first law. Personal and, Mo., Is visiting her sister, Mm, S. J. erate Veterans will meet at 2 p. ;.i. on to the deiot, the boys boarded the If It may be so termed, municipal clean, Kmbry. Miss Kmma Waeeen went to Hock Saturday, July 2nd. at the olllce of Col. train and amid cheer after cheer left llness required. Col. Guither, of the 2d, is a born Castlo Springs Wednesday to spend a W. G. Welch. Important business. for their regiment. Lt. Vestal says Lot all membert) be sure to come. T. that the company nverages away up in soldier and commander. It is conceded few weeks. appearance nnd the surgeons say the that his regiment ranks with the very ' Miss Amiieosia Thomas returned M. Goodknlgbt, Adjt. men are tho host physically that they best in B. McKoborts from Louwith Mrs. W. Good. President M. II. Smith, of have examined. Frank Lusk, who is implicitthe army. He exacts the most obedience and it is cheerfully yesterday. isville the Louisville fc Nashville railway has to b.- sergeant, Is, they say, the most rendered. In all his conduct toward IIOEACE BoilON, of the West End, Is sent out an olllclal notice of the restohero helping the farmers start tholr ration of half tho reduction of salaries pei feet specimen of physical manhood his otllcers and men, he shows both the they ever aw. soldier nnd the gentleman. His soldiers MeCormack bindors. mnde in August, IblKI. Tho remainder (t L. James, John Tankcrsley, respect him and admire him and are DlL W. J. KDM1STON, of Crab Orch- will be rostored Januarv I John W. Walker, John Joucs, proud of him, nnd ho of them. ard, went to Somerset yesterday with W. A. Payne, A. E. Grimes', Maj. Helburn, of tho 1st Battalion, has locating. a view to Hard Tack. Carroll Portman, who Jas. M. Saulley, immediate command of the Lancaster, The Egyptian Uovornmunt has dofi Is In camp nt Chickamauga has sent to A. Y. Stringer, John W. Walker, Lebanon, Frankfort and Middlesboro nltoly refused to penult the Spanish hi mother, Mrs. J. E. Portman, some J. G. Harris, W. L. Chandler, II. W. McKinlcy, companies. Ho Is a splendid tactician hard taek, tho bread furnished the fleet to coal at Fort Said. m and ha brought tho 1st Battalion into $& boys. It is on exhibition in one of Willie F.Florence, E. B. Carlisle, Gov. McCllEAEY wns horo Tuesday Pink, IJluc and White Piques i 12lc. W hi'o Ducks t 10 and lCc Milford Vaught, John Sid Adams, especial regimental prominence. His fistng hU fence and wearing the atrof the windows of tho Louisville Store. Strand Gooch. J. Frank Lusk, previous knowledge of tho art military a wlnndr. a man who feel hlmilf tin, been of incalculable advantage to John G. Powell. Attention is directed to the adver- W. W. Eikln. Mits. M. C. Sacflf.y Jrtn.i: and Charles A. Hull, iniitber in bringing order of chaos. He and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. l'ortinun lime tisement of the Keutucky Wusloyan Goo. P. Bratton, l-Academy at Buniaide. It has an ex- James K. Vanco, John Young, personally drills his Battalion every 2c. givi'ii two on each to the army. JohnD. Yocum, cellent faculty and Is a school Samuel Sweeney, afternoon about two hours, and its evoMlsSK ElTIEAND OLLIK HUFFMAN, W. E. Cromwell, lutions are rapidly approaching the their unvlu, In OTery rospoct. Write to Principal Joshua Moaer, (f Lfxington, are Curtis A. "Young, perfection of the regulars. James C. DoIIoy If you hare boys you John J. Leach. Huffman, ami other rulnUves. A li. White Piques nt ISc, 21c, 2uc and 40c. Borzeal Reynolds, Everett F. Young, Capt. Duncan, and Lleuts. Furra und jf. II. G. Mei'lllK, of IU LoulfcvHIo wish to enter. Jo. C. RInehenrt. Sam'l. A. Padgett, Wherrltt. of the Lancaslor company, wit her Wednesday, helping Tlro. Through a i!ituppriiension as to Robt. L. Edwards, William Smith, are cordially esteemed by their men. tint circwlii Barnes Wuru (noma tho corps that the 2d Kentucky bolong Jas II. Pryor, William D. Young. At 7 a. M. each day Duncan, or one of lion of that exe!leitt sheet. ud, we stated in our last that it had Jas. T. Vanhook, Samuel M. Grllllth, the lieutenants, drills the company Mils. W. CakkoLL Sjianics and been ordered to the front, and thereby R. C. Engleman, R. W. Stephonson, until 1:.'I0 A. M. These olllcers and will entertain the Ml Anne Shanks their created much concern among mother Noah Taylor, Fontaine Dlshon, men are studying their lessons hard Economical Lunch Club Saturday : ISc. Collars, Ties, Kelts, &c, Ac. and friends hereabouts. Wo very much Tecunisoh Waters, Nowton Sweeney, and are progressing rapidly. At pres2d, from 3 to ,1 P. M. and will be more particular in Pat Smith, regrol lt James C.Masey. ent Farra is on special detail as Judge Me. anu Mlts. Tom Adams mid Miss tho future. Edward D. Cary. Walter Petty, Advocate of the regimont. While he Jennie Burnsidu, of Lancaster, vUlten Tho. Chappoll, Charles Gorely, is on this dutj-- , Whorritt puts both m guests of varnl day, the Enoineee Killed.- - Hubert L. Marin camp platoons through their separate drills, Company L. Chickumaugn tin, who used to run on the L. .V N and Joshua T. Hogue, Ell Roup, Olliu M. Hubble, thon turns them over to Duncan for C. W. Adams and Miss Mattle ono of tho "Ten Brothers" who kept Luc ien F.Young, Mr. Robert J. Ball, company instruction. The personnel here house at Rowland, was killed Wednes- Holllday Jones, of Iluetonvlllo, wore Poll, Charle-- . P. Bratton, oi tins company has received more Tuesday to meet Miss Bottle Fowell day by his engine turning over near Frank Boers, Ed T. Branson, Elmer Burgln, than one compliment from regimental who was returning firttn a visit to Lhn , Summit on the Illinois Central. Since George W. Cole, Win. B. Compton, headquarters. ho left hero he mnrrled a Miss Magru-docaster. W. Conn, Those who have friends in this regiof Lebanon Junction, who survives EdwardA.Coinpton,ThomuM its dames J. A. Mitchell and Jno Emmett Gooch, J no. F. Edwards, ment may feel assured that their raI. Ferguson, of Bowline Green, have him. George Hart, Thomas Houp, tions, clothing nnd equipments are all boon visltlnir Mrs. K. II. Crow, and My Entire Stock Of Win. B. Morgan, Held Over. William Gill, who Eb Lawson, that a soldier may need. The per cent Mr. J. E. Burks, of Glasgow, is now was arrested on Nenls' Creek and taken Walter D. Petrey, Wlnfred Portman, of sickness Is very, very small. On her guest. I)E. Petkk Waltee Caetke, of this to Madiron on a writ charging him Thomas G. Price, Thos C. Purdy, Jr., tho word of the gentlemen who have Up-To-Da- te Richard Ross, furnished ns with the points horo jotted county, was one of the 80 graduate at with robbing Squire N. B. Coy's house Bert Roberts, James F. Stull, down, there is less obscnlty, profanity Louisville College of Dontlstryi near Klrksvllle, was held over to the Eddie Smith, the All Shapes Sizes and Colors, I now offer at Btistln M. Warren, and rowdyism in camp than they have the commenceinont exercises of which next circuit court In 400. which he failed to give. Goorgo Story, of MadThe following passed examination, over known in any body of men of wore held at Mnccauley's Theatre last ison, charged with complicity In the but failed to go because of parental equal numbers in military service. The night. over In the same objection or other oxcuso: James II. regiment is one of which the whole Mes. Mattie Withmes' nephew, theft, was'-helHopper, Is one of tho amount. Keunody, Lnfo Jeffries. W. B. Mils-se- State may bo justly proud, and It it Dr. J. Howerton 141 graduates of the Hospital College J. W. Middleton, Don Victor Bal-lo- shall be Its fortuno to engage the eneTo THE PEN. ShoritrS. M. Owens Geoigo T. Lewis, James Florence, my In Cuba or elsewhere we may confof Medicine, which hold It commence- and Deputy J. C. Lynn took to the ment last night. He I a ton of tho yestorday Goorgo Anderson Samuel E. Ball, Micah B. Chrlsman, idently expect that Its gallantry in tho field will exceed us discipline in camp. noted evangalUt. and Edmond Lillard, both colored, who Everett Smiley, Bon F. Dawson. Misses Maey Holmes Lusk. Fan- got two and ono year, respectively, at Mr. Breck, who has much exporl-onc- e, Went to Jah. Uxescoutkd Sam nie Adams and Georgia Newbttrn catno tho present term of court. Anderson, s.iy Mr. G. L. Penny rendered McKlnnoy Negro, down from Hustonvllle to bid Sid Ad- It ill bo remembered, was caught him the best assistance ho ever had In Brown, n 1 was fined $(5.75 In Squire W. A. Coffey's am and Frank Lusk farewell before deto rob George Alford's house making out the rolls. . A complete their departuro for thu war. Mr. Sam at McKlnnoy, while LUlard was sent scription of oneh man has to bo made, court tho other day for fighting. He . Lrsk, who Is at home from Cincinnati, up for shooting Green Hanford. including every mark, birth or other could not pay the amount and ns tho &TJS&1& V&T V st (igZL. also came. wise on his body, his ncurost of kin to offense was not a very grievous one "Zsmt 37 jff$K RUNAWAY. John W. .Walker left whom intelligence must be sunt of his Constable Nunnelley gave him an op"LOCAL HAPPENINGS. portunity to get away. The boy did Bro-.- ' ono of Boaaley rigs standing In sickness or death, &a. W. S. Burch A .. ji . "v?"5 f k 3w front of Dr. J." B. Owsloy's residence was clerk for tho siirgoons and was not take advantage of it, however, and In jail. TllKltE is only one prisoner 7IU..-- -- Tuesday morning, when tho horso be- highly complimented for his correct finally told the olllcer that he was ready w lit ' 'M fessil l m tvJ I II i' if i f to servo out his sentenco nnd that if ho ? II. B.UTJHMAN fc CO. Will store came frightened and took out down and faithful work. J. town at break-ubespoed. The buggy, Rev. R. B. Mahony raised sulllclent would give him tho papers necessary wheat a g tin. See them. which became unhitched by tho break- money to buy each of tho boys, who ho would como to Stanford and glvo parture, but has very sensibly decided ing of the harness, wus badly torn up had none, n Bible. himself over to Jailer DeBord. Tho to lot him have a little war experience. and several port-onwho were driving Tho men behaved splondldly whllo request was such an unusual one that Mr. Nunnelley granted It and a few on the street at the time hud narrow hero and creutcd a very favorable Have your eyes tested and properly escapes. hours later tho boy was indurar.ee vile, for themselves. . V" s fitted with glasses at Craig A Hock A dispatch In yesterday's papers said having walked tho distance und lost , Two Hotels. Beginning Aug. 1st that tho president had appointed Dr. little or no tlmo In doing so. or a. . Messrs. Farris it Hardin will run two W. B. Pouny a captain In tho (ith U. Tins is July 1 and your account is hotels, they having rented tho Myers Dividends. Tho directors of tho made out and ready. Don.'t delay pay- House of Mr A. G. Ilutlman. Either S. Volunteer Infantry. Farmers Bank it Trust Co. declared a ' Is to be 2d lieutenJohn W. Walker ing us. Beazlcy Bros. Mr. Farris or Mr. Hardin will movo ant of the compauy. T. A. Davis, u 3 per cent, dividend on its capital of i A good time to commenco trading his family to thnt hostelry and will run Tennesscean, who holds tho medal 3200,000 and ordered 8100,000 to be placed to the credit of its stockholders s wl'.h Soveranco to Sons. Ihey save it us has been in the pnst in for being tho best drilled man In the under tho recent voto for a reduction ' stylo. Mr. Huffman will movo to his State, will be 1st lieutenant. money. their customers I of tho capital, subject to check. residence on East Main Street as soon Very pleasant weather succeeded as Mr. J. R. OrndorIT leaves with his Maj. Ballanco ought to get a few Tho First National Bank niado a 3 jKjlnts from Lt. Vestal on mustering tho rain of Monday, but It Is getting family for LIvlngbton. per cent, dividend, payable on demand, men into tho service. It only required hot again and tho signal service preand carried $320 to the surplus fund, THE entertainment given by Mises a few hours to get Capt. Penny's men making Its present surplus fund dicts high temperature for Friday. Linda nnd Emma Owsley at Walnut ready for business. paid current exponses, charged off is understood that James M. Sauf-le- y Remnant Sensation. Wo have Flat Tuesday evening In honor of their It Is to be first sergeant and J. C. $1,11)0 bad debts, sot asldo $900 to pay placed on Bale remnant calicoes nud pretty cousin, Miss Alma Lackey, of year's taxes and left undivided Frank Lusk, John W. this of lawns, a majority of thvm have euough Gallatin, Tenn , was attended by 20 or Rlncheart, J. $300, which disposed of all of profits R. C. Engleman, L. F. Young In for dresses. Only .'He. Soveranco more couples, who are enthusiastic In Walker, its earnings. their praises both of tho pleasant oc- the other sergeants. A. E. Grimes it Sons. A SOLDIUU Now. Cabbcll Woods,' casion and of Miss Lackey, whoso win- will be ono of tho corporals. AS wo go to press, Prof. W. D. Tar ning manners added more friends to The 0th Regiment of U. S. Volun- tho son of Mrs. Adclia dlf Is preparing for a largo crowd to her already long list of admirers. Tho teers, to which this company will bo Woods, of Hustonvllle, left hero with witness tho commencement exorcises of lawn was lighted with Japanese lan- attached, is commanded by Col. Tyson, Dr. Penny's company Tuesday night his school at Walton's Opera House, terns and seats were arranged heueath of Tennessee and tho camp that It Is and a telegram from Masterson Peyton Is said to ut Knoxvillo yesterday stated that ho which was to occur last night. tho many trees, where tho guests divid- In four miles from Knoxvillc bo both beautiful and well designed for had been mustered into service. Tho PERSONS owing mo millinery ac- ed their tlmo with tho parlor, In which camp purposes. It is said that tho reg' boy was hunted for Tuesday by a enjoyed. Nlco refreshcounts will please pay either Mr. A, A. dancing was friend of Mrs. Woods, but ho was too Self-Foldin-giment will bo In Lee's command. McKlnnoy at tho First National Bank, ments were served at tho proper time, Row W. R Gales preached to tho sharp and kept out of tho sight of tho or Miss Mary Bruce, who will have and ono o'clock camo all too soon for square Tuesday West End people who wore here. Mrs. happy crowd which took a yery mou on the court-hous- e charge of .my store In my absence. Mrs. tho afternoon and that night they went in Woods is greatly grieved over his de- reluctantly leave at that hour. McKlnnoy. . - a body to his services at the Presbyte rian church. Aryl when the Invitation to those who wished to give their hearts to Christ was given, 23 or 110 of them camo forward. Bev. Rankin was overjoyed at the result nnd regards It as the grand climax of the meeting. 3 GREAT BARGAINS IN u Misses' And Wren's Ms, itre.-cnntloi-iB . m m s, up-to- Children's Oxfords, 50c. Former Price 90c to $1. E. PERKINS. -- blEME PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, CRAIG & HOOKER'S, i - IsumaierI I i NECESSITIES. 1 i: ! I eol-dl- or , II flrst-elu- ss I Covert Clothsat 10&12 J Yl-ltl- Lawns 4c, 6c, 10c, SEVERANCE & ove-run- g, SONS. I I r, - G. D. CORSETS. W. H. SHANKS. Corsets, Just What They Cost Me; No More. The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearings. y, u, pon-itontlu- ry ,.., rz -- rf& ,iHrriiW f' w jirmsj 5 Mil j3Um SH MJu- ' i i k s - FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. ' ? 1 Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHBLTON, Prin. first-clas- $17,-00- 0; m m SB u5 3 W ' i Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. A. A. ? T? T' , . r f JT r. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, r h the wood workers' strike, have started up under the protection of the militia. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. STANFORD, KY. Mrs. W. B. Lowe, of Atlanta, Ga., was elected president of the ConfederTrains leave Frankfort at fl.sn a. m. and 3 r. m., s ation of Women's Clubs at Denver. connecting at (leorgetowri with Q. A C. and Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 5:10 r. m. Leave arts Mrs. C. P. Barnes, of Kentucky, wns Otow-towat'J:20A. m. and 3:30 p.m., connecting at at 11:53 ELASTIC STARCH with (J. A C. and reaching Frauklort How chosen auditor. "' Jesse Ford, a druggist; Mrs. Swltzer B. SEXTOS. A. O. P. A. has been the standard for as years. All purthaxra of three 10 rent or known to the stage as Lena Crow, and Ix Scrnt package! of Elaatle Starch TWENTY-TWMILLION (Flat Iron lirand), nm entitled to re Rev. Parkinson were drowned by tho QUEEN & CRESCENT. celve from their frocvr on of thrao packages of this brand were sold beautiful CUM Flavor frw. The overturning of a skiff In a lake near plaque will not bo rent lijr mail. last year. That's how good it is. Trains pass Junction City as follows: What Cheer, la. Ther can ho obtained ooir from your 4 11pm 12 02 n in No. 2 North No. 1 South srocer. ASK YOUR DEALER 3 41am A record of train accidents In May 1149am "4 " No.S " Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. No. 5 " ......1118 am " 6 " to show you .the plaques and tell OP BROOKLYN. " 600am shows, 6S collisions, 70 derailments 8 05pm ' "10 No. 9 Do not delay. Thla offer you about Elastic Starcb. Accept for passcu- - and six other accidents, a total of 150 No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only ia for aihort time only. Rksokts.-TIi- o Cool Wisconsin from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no no substitute. ?crs than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to Som- accidents, in which 30 persons were .UOnOU iOlue via vuicugu ia mu (uuijui U : erset. killed and 123 Injured. I HI line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Fount Waller, a brakoman on the Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphCo., 01 Scotland. Iron Mountain Koute, deliberately laid lets, rates and time tables for all re Royal akes the food pure, WmmmmJcMizLZMmm..M isuiissawsiBassiBBMB ss aWm KOUKPUD lMOfJ. on the track at Pino Bluff, Ark., nnd sorts In Wisconsin, Minnesota and wholesome and delicious. 1 let his train nut him In two, because his Michigan. Information cheerfully sweetheart failed to bow to him when given and services of an agent to meet ' rat'' .aweewMuevrj I he passed her house. all parties on arrival of trains at LouKTAMOItD. KY. I Now Jersey is still the paradise of isville and Chicago rendered free. the gold brick men. The farmers of All refined gold Is not alike. AUs- that benighted State have been drop C. ping $50 each into the hat of a stranger trallan gold, for Instance, Is distinctly. assurance" redder than that from California. Tho who gave them "written that they would not be drafted in Cu- Ural gold Is the reddest found anyThe ; where. ba. HJsHf5yjiff4jj Osteopaths of Franklin will refuse to , We are authorized to announce permit the State Board of Health to exStanford, Ky., amine them. The matter will have to be McCREARY settled in the courts. The osteopaths HON. JAS. B. And Ih Receiving liiN Of Madison County, a candidate for POWDER are afraid the allopaths will give them l District In the Elirhth Absolutely Pure via the Queen St Crescent Koute from all points Goods. the worst of it. of Kentucky, .subject to the action of the A Cynthiana man claims to have in- democratic party. south, to the Goods Warranted. vented an ice box that is a wonder. He HON. G, G. GILBERT, mad? a small model and placed a 10 Fit Guaranteed. Trans-Mississip- pi BAKlhO fOwStR CO., ht YORK. pound cake of Ice in it on March 18. It Of Suelbv Count v. N a candidate for ConGive Him a Call. Eighth Congressional KNtrlct ot I:po.sltIon, Omaha. June 1st. was not opened until a few days ago gress lu thesubject to the action of the demKentucky, A.U I.AMIAH. Joum II. CAitLkway. when, by actual weight, the Ice showed ocratic party. a loss of only two ounces. MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . B. THOMPSON, The president has pardoned Ed Air, HON. Of Mercer, Is a candidate for International Meeting, Buffalo, July caster, : Kentucky. a former clerk in the Newport I .an for Coiilti'ss in the hlglith Congressional ' who is now serving a sentence of District of Kentucky, subject to the action Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd . INSURANCE COMPANY Porters a year and a half for stealing money of the democratic pirtj table. Everything S9 from registered letters In that otllce. meet all trains. FOR ""ALE- Car load at $lb) f.r 7 C A T Conclave, Indianapolis, August J Alfl His pardon was due to the indefatiga- OnL T .buihel barrel. OK LIVERPOOL. WANTKt) to store In tiilow UflJDAT1 Hall at I cent a buhel liA V ble efforts of his twin sister. A. S. PRICE, YV li LA. 1 of Car- HAMILTON, ltowlanl. James T. Sullenger, K1'u .Surgeon BBRBEE 5. CUSTLEMM. roll county, died of hydrophobia last Dentist, Cincinnati, O., September 510, 1808 week. He was bitten on the hand by a Mi.Ur.ll. ul Stanford, Ky. supposed mad dog in 'April last. No ill & Ask ticket Agents for particulars or a pply to effects were experienced until a few Commerce .Building, Louisville W. C. Rlnearson, O. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Office over Mcltoberta' Drug Store lu thelJOwsley Uuilding. days before his death, when convulsions FOR SALE. M 5 Books, flaps, Printed Matter, Time fables , Kate gtnUTbruliout the outh. 1 came on and he died in terrible agony. cand full Information. A houe and lot In Morelaud Station, the Unconscious and freezing to death main hulldlug t0 bv 30, twostoilo high, upIn his ice box, where he had been per utory fitted up'for duelling, suitable for I .oral .gfiit, small family and a side building 11 by Ou, thrown by robbers, Win. Simeon, a corn crib-- , ware room nnd .ilt shed, well TINNING & PLUMBING, butcher at Pittsburg, Pa., was found. iirraucetl for a general store, have been hell Kentucky. Stanford, ing from S15.00U to 320.OOO worth of goods LIXE OF- KIMII STAMFORD, KY., Robbers entered his store early in the unnually, Is offered for sale. morning and felled him with a blow Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's from behind, and dragging him in the Farmers Bank&Trust Go Black Diamond Koof Paint. Telephone No. ice box they robbed the place. a good stock of goods at Also 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. opplte J. KY. OF Until the houo and goods are old lu a II. Ilnughrnnn & Co.'s Mill Odd Fellows' Widows' and Orphans' bulk, I will Mll goods for i at nnoui cost 5200,000 03 F&ii up Capital, Home at Lexington will be dedicated The house will be rented after the 15th of Surplus, 17.C03 SO in October: from 00 to SO widows and July and the gools sold at auction, of price orphans can be accommodated when n n. kino. Hr (iroviiluiit of Its diarttT, lfnlti)r are a Morelaud Station. Ky rooms are put in order. The Home will III Natlunui Ilauka, fully prutpctol m are lirltl incllrliliull.T liable tu III lirelioMTi on the duy after the adbe dedicated the extent of tho ntmiunt of their itink therein at journment of the Grand Lodge at Wintho yr value thcritif, liinihitliuli tu the anion lit ln rntisl In audi harta It may art a executor, ail chester, and Judge M. J. Durham will lulnUttatur, trute,Ae , a fully ai au ImllTliIual. londrrltiour thaukatii tht) rhu hire entnut. be the orator of the occasion. eil tin ir luuliipsa to us, wr trtift they will routluue Gov. Atkinson has Issued a proclamto do mi, ami we oiler a a Kuaiaiilwfor promptat' 'u I m! sto Mo. teutlon to auitt our Sil) ear- -' experlrme in hauk. ation calling upon the people of Georgia liiKaml a ltleral ai.iutiiulatiuiit uiare coniiittnt with rouiij Uniklii); of July. The to observe tho Fourth A HE- nmrcroHs. Govenor, who shows his patriotism by J.J. Willlaiiii.Mt. Vernon; wearing a rn vat displaying the stars W. 11. CummliiB, rreachrraTille: J S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owaley, and stripes, urges the people to decorWIIIU111 (.imkIi, J, H. bliaiiU, S J. I.'mbry, J K Cast , ate their homes and places of business K. I.jrnn, A Xf, Caruter; J. and to make a holiday of the anniverJ. N. Metiefee, Cool. Exhilarating, I!etful. Music, Amuseorrif am. I have dmMdert to adopt the Cash b'Vitom sary. This is the lirst time since the Ky., Good Llrlug. Louisville. ments and S. II. Shanks. I'mMem; believing it will hebettur for my customers war that u proclamation of this charac And Dealer in J II Owaiey Caihler, us ull us in self, so beginning W M. llrlght tiler For Teinis adders. ter has been Issued In any Southern AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN HAR2T3S3, SADDLERY, &C. State. Gash GUS IIOFMANN, Prop. dune15 will sell The Louisville Post makes the start STANFORD, KY. Only. TI1010 owing me must come forward The L&dies Hehtaurant is the finest in FIRST NATIONAL BANK ling announcement that since June 1, and settle or their accounts will be placed the city. Every convenience for ladies l&'JU, orj murders have been committed UF STANFOKl), KY. In W. A. Trlbble'g hands for collection. spending the day in the city. 21 W. A. CAKiON, Crab Orchard. In Jefferson county, tho majority of GentlfiiHi's Cafe on ollico floor. Capital Stock 5100,000. Surplus, 515.750 them in Louisville. Fifty-simurder.THE ralleU Attention of ers should have been arrested and punTHOMAS A. MULLIGAN, thlali the only the public Hank lu to tho fact that National Maufonl. Un ished. Instead, only 12 huve been con1I1T the prurliioiia ot the National Hank Act 1EITE5T Manager. IHi Uoiltora areaecureil not only by the nipltal atock, victed, and In no case has capital pun110 UTK. Music Tu09J.1v, Thursday ami Sunday but by tho atockholJer' liability tor an amount cipialtn tbeatock to that uVM!toriof thlaluttltu. ishment been Inlllcted, tho heaviest Kvcuin". The Dest Line toand Frum Hon are tecureil by u fuinl ot j.'tO.ooo, Five aworn PENETRATES being a sentence of 2L punishment statements of tho condition ol the Hank are made TOLEDO AND DETROIT year to the United Statu (loiernmcnt and 1U each years. And yet all these cases are re- EIGHT oxmta are examined at atate.1 times by KOTeruinent GREAT STATES All 1'olQti lu Michigan. agetiti, thus arcuriag additional and pertcrt aatet Season corded on the books of tho coroner of 1898. to depositors. S CHICAGO. Jefferson county ns cases of murder, Kentuckv, Tennessee. Virginia, Georgia, Thia Institution originally established ns the Da. White City Special." North and South Carolina, iwslt lUuk o( Stanfonl In IbM, then reorganliel aa pure and simple. Tho 5tl murders do Alubatna, Mississippi. Beat Terminal Station. the National ofStautoru GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS reoraaulzed asHank First National In I8C3of andaKalo Route to not Include about 20 other killings that the Hank Stanford ST. LOUIS. In IBS.', has had practically an uninterrupted exist. have occurred during the same length euc for 35 yeara. It ia better iuppliel noir wlt AToldlug the Tunnel lacilllles for trantacllnz btltlnena nrumntlv and llh. of time, but which are said to have I wish to announce that this popular sumerally than eTer before In Its Ioiir and honorable BOSTON. mer resort will open for the accommoda- career. Arrounia of IndlTlduali, tlduclarlea.tirini been justifiable. Wagner bleeping, Can tion Stanford, Ky. reach-In1 n A distillery llrm with $24,000,000 capital has organized in New Jersey. So far this year we are 218 degrees ."blAsls.A'3?AeaAayo 0.33.A FriAa-ahead on heat nntl 1.04 on rain. AT All of the war taxes that did not go Into Immediate effect will be enforced today. When not ao paid 332. CO will lie charged. d A new trial was denied Georpo condemned to death at Lexington for murder. LOCU Mrs. Daniel Johnson, of Harrison County, became insane from prlef over TIME GIBD. the death of her mother and was taken to the asylum. DIVISION. KENTUCKY CENTRAL Lexington has a bullet proof police. M. 1:03 man. A tramp shot at John Halley Ko. 3 Arrrlvca at Stanford at No. 4 Leaves Stanford at - 2:10 a. m. twice and hit htm both times, but the V. No. 21 Arrives at Rowland at 12:00 DA m. 3:40 r. No. 22 Learo Stanfonl at balls glanced off. The Clifton Hotel, In Clllton, Ont., on the opposite side of Niagara river, KNOXVILLE DIVISION. was destroyed by Are, the estimated ,.12 37 p ta loss being 8100,000. H. 24 Train going North i M .'nam Beginning July 1, the government 12 4.1 a m South u nx 127pru will pay 810 for every lost registered " No. 33 " For alllPoInu. package. At preaent It pays nothing RO'JQU TICKETS fcOLD. if such packages are lost. nAaOAOE CHECKED TIIHOUGH. Four of tho seven door and blind facFor any Information enquire ot tories at Oshkosh, Wis., affected by Agent, Port-woo- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ire aral gagisj CHEAP RATES ON Q. it C. Kentucky C. L. S. C, Lexington, Juno 29 to July 0; U fare from Cincinnati and from till points In Kentucky, good to July 10th returning, for sale via the Queen it Crescent Route. Sam Jones at High Bridge, Sunday, Julvtlrd. Special train leaves Somer set 7:.'10 A. M.. stopping at all poluts between there and High Bridge. Returning, leaves High Bridge at 5:15 i M. Great day at the Palisades. Do not fail to go and hear Sam Jones. Round-trifrom Juuction City 75c; p DR. R. M. PH6LPS, A Beautiful H0ME0PATHI0 PHYSICIAN SURGEON, & Present J KQMSNOCOOUK,r Stanford, Oillce -- ; Kentucky. MelClnnej' Store over Hlfrplus l Dfl Danville 50c. JULY 4th the Queen A: Crescent route will sell round trip tickets from all stations to auy point on the system, and to principal southern points In general, at a fare and a third for the round trip. Tickets on sale July 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Good till 7th to return. FREE for a Tew months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, bo 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 v J. T. Oflrm U. H. SUTTONT, the Hustonville, Undertulcor, Mnoagrr. Rontucky Lincoln 9) iDjCuorcountli'S Hillitockof eliaiwiTtoti nanu hiiiervlrrtio twjilr ofWwt oOiiiiandlMk Carnter. GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muyllie, which will be gfren you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches la circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each D Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. A. C. SNE. Dealer In. -- & JOE S. RICE, ""'"Afl lrm Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be Interested In tho experience of Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrauce, Providence, R. I. He says: "For several years I have been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks completly prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel. About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly gave rao a small bottle of Cbaraberlalu's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my surprise and delight Its effects were immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack with a lew doses of this valuable remedy. Tho result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the aftllctlon." For sale by Craig A: Hocker, druggists. LUMBBB, AND DOORS, FIRE IH8UR0NGE To Git Thim: O Insuranoe Company Insurance Caledonian 1 R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. pfr AKlH0 I ( RUPLEY, J I Merchant Tailor, Fall Oon-pr- es Cousre-nlona- Low Rates M-1- Vintcr I ROYAL Mason Hotel first-clas- s. J. B. Y. P. U. poat-ofli- ce, 7. Knights Pythias - 32-3- 0. ff G. A. R. Encampment BHBt Store Room Goods a J. T. Jones, 1 W. A. TMBBUC, 21-- tf price, a 1,200, Dry Goods, Groceries And prime-cost-. on-.l- STAM-OUl'- , JX.JtfcGkAY Genral'Merehandise. ili-wil- ORAB ORCHARD Every Thing Way Down. SPRINGS NOW OPEN. UNDERTAKEN! MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. FOR CASH ! LOUISVILLE HOTEL 1 for Souttiern Railway TAKE THE x 'MONON,' The Popular BIG 4 I of Through Sleeping Cars Between Louisville uix1 the South. 1 CHICAGO. O. P. A., Chicago. E. U. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, of guests. The United States possesbes an island suitable for coaling and even for a nav- THREE DAILY TRAINS al station In tho Paclllc, nearly 2,700 Louisville and Lexington miles west of Honolulu and In the door-wa- y Each way between of Manila. DuBet Parlor Cars, Wau'urr Sleeping Cara, I'rlrat Compartment Cars, tlegant uuacnei and Din Ing Cara Fie aure your tickets read Tla "WO FOUK " E.O.MCCOUMICK, WAKKENU. LYNCH Traffic M?r.,Au.iOen. Pa..A Tkt CINCINNATirOHIO. NEW YORK. TTjrnsriE! , ea. On-hur- atd IndlTlduali solicited, DIKECTOBS, It U known as Macus W. A. TUKIC, G. V Frank J. Heed, Weeks and is more than half way to Ky the Philippines. of Washington. I). O. V. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. Louisville, Ky. A.. Itcduued rates during the first month. For Information In regard to rates, etc., luldress T. H. WRIGHT. 2 Crab Ky. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford " H. Waughtuin, S. T. Harris, T P. Hill, J. S. Hocker, W. 1'. Walton " W. A. Trlbble, " J.H. Collier.Craii OrehM M. J. 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