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LANCASTER, NO. 35 f 41 i POINTS, LAUD AND STOCK, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, I" The bankruptcy hill has been signed Tho lth will not be oolobnitoil in town, but u Rood intiny of our citizens! by tho president and Is now the law. The People's Party will meet In Cinwill j,m) to Dripping Springs, where n grout, cinnati in convention Sept. .1 to nomi Mumitfui Hotbwoll promUed tlmo: other will o to McCroary a nate a candidate for president and for 1JMJ0. "latnbrtluuphtcrln In lUchtnond." The govenor of Alabama has decided Tho Daniel Uoono Club, chaperoned by Mnj. J. A. HurnHldo, l encamped at to take no action in regard to tho seat tlio "cold feprlnc" on Dlx ltlvor. It lias In Congress of Major Joseph Wheeler been the custom of thU club for innny till March I next. Mr. Jared Mock, a farmyenrn to hnvo an tinnuul outing on the Notwith- er, trader and turfman of Doyle, told fovoral day the 1th, lasting standing the grim reaper lm thinned a Cincinnati Enquirer man that Mctta ranks and many of the old members Croary will get Doyle's vote. "Dlaek Dill" Smith, formerly U. S. have left tho community, the survlv district attorney, Is mentioned as u procustoni. ori keep up the contains a bable early entry in the race for attorSunday's Courier-Journglorious description of the during act ney general. Dut a "mention" Is all that he will get. of the auxiliary cmlaer, Hist, at Judge W. W. Jones, of Columbia, will The gallant little cruiser after bo the republican candldatcfor Appellseeing her disabled sister towed out to sea by her remaining companions, and ate Judge In tho Third district on the herself being hit 11 times, still ran Into Republican ticket, The district Is unNegulra Uay and Mink a Spanish gun pleasantly clote. Times. Tho prison commission decided nfler boat before returning to Sampson's Heel. Such work is characteristic of investigation that the legislators avIio her commander, Lieut. Luelen Young, passed tho bills could not be benellclar-lo- s under It, so every applicant of the who fronuontly visited here when his bore. number, was left out of consideration. mother, Mrs. Jane Young, resided The new Hoard of Prison CommissionLancaster people have eagerly looked daring deeds from Lieut. Young, ers elected Eph Ltllard, of for but his act at Munxuntllo surpassed us Warden, and Jcrvis Stone, of Spencer, as clerk of the Frankfort penitentheir fondest oxjwotatlon. , After a lingering Illness, Mrs. Helen tiary. Henry Smith, of Rowling Green, K. Horndon, wife of Capt. Win. Hern-do- was elected Warden at Eddyvllle. The monthly statement of the public breathed her last Sunday morning 8 o'clock. She ha been u patient debt shows that at the close of business ut Milloror for nome time from a complica- Thursday the debt less cash In the tion of throat and lung trouble?. She Treasury umountod to 51,0JT,0So,4lt2, a J10.0SS,-'JUwni a daughter of Win. H. Klnnaird. decrease during the month of This decrease Is accounted for by devoted She was a zoulous christian, a wife and loving mother, and In her cash on hand received for bonds. A number of positions uudor L. S. death our community sustains a severe She loaves four sons Horace, Marshall A. D. James have been abollos. Leslie, Henjamln and Louis and one ished by the department of justice daughter, Annie. Funeral sarvleai- will made in the Interest of economy. One bo hold at hor sister's," Mr. ICIrby, at of the sutlorors from the now order is Monday, conducted by W. A. Humor, son of Dr. Godfrey Hun :i o'clock, McDonald, of Danville, aftor ter, an ofJlec deputy, whose position Itev, which her romalns will b intwrrod In paid him 32.000 a year. The Democrats of Maine at tholr conthe Lancaster coinutery. Claude Iloyston, after u two weeks' vention adopted resolutions indorsing visit to liU parents, returned to Chicago the Chicago platform, opposing the Sunday. Ho will haye another promo- present prohibitory law and recomtion as soon as ho returns to work. He mend tho roMjal of the constitutional Co. It. K. amendment: declare that a reduction of is with Spraguo, Wnrnor HughcH has boon made olty editor of tarltr rates upon all railroads in Maine the Louisville Commercial. He is one Is necusary for the business Interests of the brightest young Journalists In of the Stute. Mayor Samuel L. Lord, the Hold and Is rapidly going to the of Saoo. was nominated for Govenor by front. Miss Mulllo Hopper, daughter acclamation. A newspaper man at the Palace,,who of Kd C. Hopper, of Covington, is visiting her aunt, Miss Jane Hopper. Joe lives in that end of the Eighth Con lloblnson has returned from a business gresslonal district whence comes Senator Gilbert, candidate for trip through Tenuosioo. II. H. North-cu- lt said yesterday: "Thore In Newport Congress, h visiting his mother Weckosser, of tho are signs of dlsalTcction In Spencer this week. Mr. F. HluoCirass Grocery Co.. returned to toward 'Mr. Gilbert in favor of Spencer Is Mr. Gilbert's naLuxlngton yestorday. llcv. George Gowon left today for Washington. On tive county, from which he removed a ' Sunday next he will preach at the 9th number of years ago to Shelby vllle j vice-pn-ldent well-know- time-honoral ed Man-zanlll- o. n, - t M. D. Hughos ran down from Livingston Sunday to see his family and Incl dentally to secure a few tips on patriot-Isfrom T. J. Hatcher. Mr. Hughes Is to bo orator of tho day at a grand 1th of July celebration and llag raising at Livingston today. Mr. John Shea Is In Louisville this week. Street Christian church of that city. m "church chaher. ll ' Hov. H. C. Morrison's meeting ut Somerset resulted In 10 or 50 conversions, reclamations and sanctlficatlons. Eight of those who professed religion under tho preaching of Rev. W. It. Gales nt tho IYcsbyterian church united with that church Sunday. Replying to an inquiry from W. C. T. IJ. sources, Lieut. Peary says thnt whisky Is not an absolute necessity In tho frozen north, but that It Is advis- Tho highest salary over paid to a clergyman In this country was $."0,000, given to Henry Ward Heecher for one year to enable him to defray tho oxpen-e- s trial. of the famous Niwbvillo is fully astir over tho coining of tho great Christian EndeavAt least or Convention, July delegates and visitors are expected, and extensive preparations aro going Tllton-Heecher 0-- able H0,-0- 00 Tho infant child of Itev. and Mrs. W. E. Arnold, of Louisville, died Wednesday und It's remains were brought to this city yesterday afternoon and taken to North Mlddlotown for lntermont. Paris News. An olllcer of tho Puritan, which vessel is with tho blockading squadron, writes that tho tomperaturo in his Btateroom Is from 02 to 03, but considerably over 100 between decks, and from un tn lUO in tho engine room. Ho thinks It remarkable that tho crew have been able to withstand tho heat for so many weeks. A Paducah ilrm was awarded a contract to make 400 sots of hand-mad- e harness, 1,400 collars and 233 army saddles for tho Government. This is tho fifth contract tho samo firm has received since the war was declared. Tho first vessel to carry tho American flag around tho world was the ship Columbia, which sailed from port of Boston September 30, 1787. forward. Gov. Drudley has jut paid WOO for a The National Bank of Lnnca-t'has line spun of horses. reduced Its capital from WW.uou to John Armstrong, sold to Robinson, i 100.000. , of Doyle, a geldng for il'lb. Mrs. C. B. Engleman, of Paint Lick, R. II. Dronaugh got second money has a looking glass which is over 100 years old. with Kitty D. at Latonia Friday. J. H. Dooue has bought a number of Prof. E. Albert Smith, of Warrenton, lambs for present till Aug. 20 delivery Va., was elected Superintendent of Hogett Academy. at 4 jo. John R. Dotto, for many year conJ. S. Collins bought of N. B. Deatl -nected with the theatres at Louisville, erage)0 shares of Madison National Is dead. Bank stock at $130. Men's Fine Suits $12, 113.50, $15, 110.50 NOW FOR SIO. Look for yourJ. D. Gentry has bought of C. D. Capt. Sam M. Boone, of Somerset, self nnd be convinced. It costs nothing to loo through our lines. It is a pleasure Reid his gooJ r.icer Prosecutor, for a has located at Winchester to practice to us to show our goods. fancy price. law und sell real estate. T. L. and Will Lillard sold about lfio The Cincinnati Southern has restored Suits made to order, cleaned and pressed. Bast 50c unlaundered Shirt in the counacres of wheat to Anderson A Spillmnn the cut of 10 per cent made In the try. at 113 cents. Advocate. wages of Its employes In 1M3. W. W. Hays bought of Powell & The Boyle National declared 4 per Harper, of the West End. a pair of cent., the Citizens National 2$ and the To the first person sendintr us the neaiest guess to the exact number of votes rethree year.old.miro mules for $200. ceived by the winning candidate on the final ha.lot in the coming CongresMonal The Hlmyar stake at Latonia was Farmers National, all of Danville, 5 Convention, we will GIVE A FINE SUIT OF CLOTHES Make as many guesses as you want. Cut this out, till blank and bring or send to us. won by John Bright, who defeated per cent. Miss Mallnda Owens, n graduate of Han d'Or and Pink Coat In the order the D. & D. Institute, Danville, was named. & rAbordcon-Angn- s cattle k,1U;d byl)!tecara wh,le walk,nS oa the At a sale of fl u Name of Candidate ' Ul " imumsuiuu. held by Wm. MilloratSlorm Lake. la., " v, h l"G Central Record says that C. June 13th, 11 bulls averaged S1S3.20 K Number of Votes Butler Engleman, of Pain Lick, dream- and 111 females S170.TS. fiu" ,,,H bouse .vas on fire nnd was In the Wheat Is worth 03 conts on thoGlas- A Signature gow market, but the farmers are not nct of jumping out of a second story window when his wife caught him. falling over each other to get to mill A K Address with It at that price. Glasgow News. Mrs. Mary A. Baughman, widow of Tho first bule of new Texas cotton Samuel O. Baughman, died on the 30th was ginned in Fryo county, and was at her home in Boyle, of paralysis. The shipped to President McKlnloy to be funeral was preached at Providence made Into gun cotton for the battle-- ' church next afternoon at 3 o'clock, by 136. ship, Texas. Itev. J. W. Lynch: burial In Bellevue Galeo More, winner of the English Cemetery. The deceased was 07 years 1 Derby for 1?07 has just been sold to tho old, a dnughter of Ephrlam Smith, of Russian Gnverument for SIOO.000. This j Boyle county, who moved to Missouri WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF is the largest price ever paid in Britlan' where most of the family now live for a brood hor&e. The following children survive Mrs. In August of 1S12 wheat reached the Baughman: James H. Baughman, '.V Boyle county; Mrs. Jenny Smith, I remarkable price of J3.00 a bushel highest on record. This was due to Paris, Mo.; Mrs. J. L. Bruce, Mrs. G. I the the failure of the English crop and to R. Pope, W. E. Baughman, T. L. I Quite a variety of style, which we have reduced in price. These aie the prohibitive tarilT on cereals at that Baughman, Miss Jennie Baughman, nice, clean, new stock, latest toes and colors. Mrs. J. M. Sallee, John aud Homer ?1 date Ex. Brown Bro?. sold their elevator near Baughman. She was a devout follower J tho C. S. depot this week to Cogur it of the Master, a good wife and mother And a Tan Shoe is the proper thing to wear, as they arc Cooler and Davis, Danville for 3,000. Jewell A: and splendid neighbor. Advocate. less trouble to care for than black. Send for them or call and we Patterson have this far sold 0n0 head will take pleasure in showing them. of horses to tho government. JessaCALL FOR MASS CONVENTION mine Journal. TO SELECT DKLUGATE3 TO Joseph II. Ilngnn. of St. Mary's has 1 ne L.enmng fiioc ami rurmsuing iiouse, uatiilUUii, 1x1, CONVENTION. fUt a Hock of 12 sheep, II ewes and 1 buck. In obedience to the order of the exTho flock produced him this yuar 22 lambs which ho sold on the home mar ecutive committee, I hereby call a mass ket at 4! and 5 cent- - per lb. for ?5l.03: convention of the democrats of Lincoln In Stani lbs. of wool ut 20 cents. Ho oO. total to assemble at the court-hous- e ford at 2 i. M., standard time, Satur$flb03. Lebanon Enterprise. When Leonard Johnson, of this day, J,uly 0th, to select delegates to a place, sold 2,000 bushels of this year's district convention to be held at Danwheat at 73 cents during tho advance ville, July 12th, which will nominate a last spring, his friends believed ho had candidate for Congress In the Sth dis lost out; but he no doubt did the right trict. The basis of representation will thing, as the highest price now otlercd bo one delegate for every 100 votes and a delegate for every fraction over 50 U 00 cents. Burgln Messenger. The wheat crop is about harvested, votes for the leadlngdemocratic elector and the threshers are now at work. So in the last National election. Tho said executive committee fixed far us we uro able to learn tho yield Cincinnati Enquirer. this qualification for voters: All perMost of Gilbert's and Thomson's will not bo a disappointment, as, with speeches wore taken up here discuss- two or three exceptions, the crop Is all sons who voted for tho Bryan electors ing the soundness of tho Govenor's sil- that it promised to be wonderfully at the last National election, and who are qualified voters at the time of the ver principles. They failed to show large. Dealers lire offering GO cents. muss conventions herein provided for Is not tho same James D. Mc Bardstown Record. that he are held, or will be such at the next Reports from tho wheat crop In this Croary, tho best Congressman over sent from tho Sth district whom Rock- section in connection with smut is con- succeeding election; all democratic castle will instruct for on July U, and firmatory of the Idea that subjecting youths who will be eligible to vote at (: e seed wheat to a bath of water contain- such election, as well as such other pertho convention at Danvillo sons of democratic faith who by their $! to again carry the Democratic ing a solution of blue stono is almost a m pla- participation in such mass conventions banner to victory. Mt. Vernon Sig- certain preventive against smut nal. gue. In no Instance whoro blue stone herein named and who shall thereby ! claim themselves obligated to support Gilbert's home paper, the Sentinel, was used has any smut appeared. tiV Thompson's asthe nominee of the district convention says with reference Warren County Com ler. X sertion that ho thinks ho will win the E. W. Lyon has sold 700 bushels of shall be entitled to participate. This a hard thing to do ffiV J. E. CAKSON, Chra'n. congressional nomination: Mr. Thomp- this year's crop of wheat at 02 cents. E. D. Kennedy, Secy. son had better think again. Second Saunders Sc Co. bought 19 yearling thoughts are said to bo always the best, cattle at Luwrenceburg at S22. B. F. N PATRIOTIC SENTIMENTS. and if ho wishes to maintain his repu- Saunders & Co. shipped 050 lambs to &K tation for political acumen he will re Loulsvlllo and sold them at 0 und (Sic. The following resolutions with referw vise his opinion. He is not in it ut all. Also shipped a car load of hogs that ence to the war with Spain were adoptGilbert and McCroary constitute the brought 3.S5. Many farmers are buy- ed on July 2, 1898, by tho T. W. NaBut you can be comfortable and cost you but little. m circus and Thompson is only a side ing lumber and will build grauerles to pier Camp No. SS2 C. V. A. show. store their wheat, for a better price. Wheueas, our country has embarked In a war with Spain and tho presiSam Jones, who preached at High Uarrodsburg Democrat. Covington, Arnold it Bro.t bought of dent has called for 200,000 volunteer Bridge Sunday, said to a reporter: "I the Hon. John D. Harris 12,000 bushels soldiers to meet the foe and, think if the negotiations hud been crop, to be Wheheas, the sons of our nation rehandled with a proper religious spirit, of this year's wheat by July loth, and of Embry sponsive to their patriotic feelings and delivered war would have been avoided. Now bushels at 60c. Bales & that wo aro In it, however, we should & Arbuciilo 2,000 to John Lyons for traditions aro flocking to the standard McElwuine sold Sw.' of our common country, therefore, Luster Coats at f 1.50. Magnificent lino of lick Spain out of her boots. If wo do Joseph E. Wldenon, tho noted handler 1. That the T. W. Napi Resolved, it wo will save us licking her again, of show horses, of Lynwood Stock er Camp of Uuited Confederate Veterand, maybe, some other nations. It Ogontz, Pa., their fine ans, located at Stanford, Ky., deem it will not do to stop until Spain give up Farm, show mare, by Warlock, dam thorough- proper, at this junction of our counJj Straw Hats from 23c to J2. Look at them all her possessions and agrees to be bred, for $1,500. Richmond Register. try's history, to say to our countrymen decent Hko other nations." and to the world, that they and their Colson's men are u curious set. RepA Georgia volunteer has received tho tho companies sons aro ready to do their whole duty following letter from his father: 4,Do resentatives from all in this conflict and that no more enthucalled on United States Quartermaster not fail to let mo know tho very mom siastic defenders of their country's Suplce and requested him ent you arc killed, so that I Chu order Lieutenant honor than they will be found in this to furnish them with bacon instead of you sent homo and arrange for an im crisis. raw beef, saying, "wo have been raised posing war funeral, of which tho Nor 2. That this camp expresses its graton bacon, and do not like this beef." thern papers will probably want photoitude to tho President for tho appointSwitzerland, although she spends ment of three Southern soldiers as gengraphs. Two of your uncles died In bat tie, and both hud fino funerals. You de only $500,000 yearly on her urmy, can erals to assist in leading tho armies of turn out 100,000 trained men in two tho nation, und will hull with pleasure servo fully as much yourself." days in caso of need, and has u reserve tho uppointmentof other Southern genFurnished ou Now or Old Vehicle The Kentucky Woman's Press Asso of 100,000 or more, us well as a militia erals for liko purpose, as an evidence elation was formed at Louisville with of 270,000. of confidenco in tho loyalty of tho South Mrs. Emily Walkor Herr, president; Admiral Cumuru would liko to secure to tho nation, us well as a proper trib-ut- o Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller, 1st vice tho services of u troop of Kentucky to tho abilities of our old compresident; Miss Mary Hull, of Covingraiders. Just think of having to manders. ton, 2d vice president; Miss Mario plank down $100,000 in ono plunk to the 3. That thes6 resolutions be publishThlxton, secretary; Miss Annie Czap-sk- l, keepers of that Sue highway. Louls- ed lu the iNTEitioit JouitNAL and copies treasurer. vlllo Times. und to tho Pressent to Gen. Collier commanded tho compa- - ident of tho U. S. Dr. L. S. McMurtry was elected president of tho Hospital college of medi-cin- o ay of soldluro who took Bob Bluuks to A truo copy. T. M. Gooiknlht, Maj Held for triul for criminal assault. Adit. ut Louisville. Who fill Be fat Coagressman 1 w 11 I McCreary, Thompson or Gilbert ? Here's a Chance to Get a Suit Free. Straw Hats At 50 Cents On The Dollar. n si v i m M j - rf Jos-umln- e, . ! J , The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No, DANVILLE, KY. ,! I . S. j 1 Tan Shoes And Oxfords For Ladies and Misses. THE FAIRS WILL SOON BEGIN : CONGHES-SIO.VA- L w CALDWELL & LANIER, ex-Sta- te Mc-Crea- ry. We Now Have A Full Line of the Very Latest Stationery in the New Initial Style. The Shape of Paper and Envelopes is Correct and the Quality Superfine. 50c Per Box. ! PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 4 I -- J T wlllre-nom-Inat- KEEP COOL I These Hot Days, To $4. 1 I i- m I Linen Suits At $2.50 Shirts At 50c to $1.50. j! Soft 1 I S H. J. McROBERTS. I 1 ft n RUBBER TIRES toll-gat- o There is Comfort, Economy And Style in Rubber Tires. B. K. WEAREN 6k 4 V Head-quarte- rs 1 SOV. ', 1 V i I h $ '4 IV Is i t the Charleston, arrived nt Manila June Tt ,im JUVi ivvtv. tllUlU tna If tnti m tia n nntrlnttrt Tinn itv In SO and began disembarking at Cuvito swell America ycstcrtlny that iliil not tho noxt day. Thov brought to Cavitu with pride over our glorious victories as a prisoner the Spanish Govenor of it was because It was too callous to do the Ladrone Islands. A garrison was July 5, 1S9S so or It hail not heard tho news, which Stanford. Kv.. left at Ladrone Islands. was three fold; Sampson had totally Admiral Dewey has cabled to the 'S destroyed Cervora's lleet at Santiago, SAMPSON DESTROYS Navy department that the situation at W. T. WALTON. a single exception; the THE CREATBLUE CRASS GROCERY CPMPANY without FLEET. Manila Is unchanged. Neither the American troops had reached Manila, will upon thiei )tli tnain.notli grocery store, in Stanford. Kv., in transports with troops nor the cruiser capturing the Ladrone Islands and Its tlu Interior Journal building on main street on or about Wetlni'lny. BV order of Gen. John B. Gordon, Charleston had arrived June 27. N'o pnn governor general en route and Shatter Troops Cap offensive move will bo made by Aguln July 7th. Manila general commander of the united was waiting for a formal surrender of . . . federate i- - etcrans. a statement has oeen i Ladrone Islands aldo until these forces arrive. A tliivot Santiago before laying It in ruins. ,.. . ..,..-- .! w .in.,i,f. nn.ii iaMUlA Hi UtUV.t IW days' gale had been blowing, which Sampson's, victory was almost equal to And Its Governor. misapprehensions as to the holding of Dewey's, so complete was the destrucmight have delayed the transport. the reunion. The presence of actual tion of the lleet. Those he did not deTho 4 th Kentucky staff onicer? are Kveriltmly kiinwi tlmt this niAt Kindly tlrt cIhm Groceries at war will tend to increase rather than Shaftor Has Santiago At His Col. David G. Colson, Lieutenant Col stroy, the Spaniards ran close to shore half priitj". diminish, the Interest of the veterans onel, David l. Murray, Majors, Sniu'l. IMorsy, and exploded. in the great annual convention to bo Morrow, W. II. Collier, Surgeon Major tolegraphed the war Gen. Shafter The as! held at Atlanta, July GOOD department Sunday that ho had cap- Asd Old Olcry Flsats .Fren Ths Philip- II. G. Kenynn, Assistant Surgeons, Ben sembling of the surviving heroes of L. Brunor and John C. Lewis, (Quarter-mastetured the outer strongholds at Santipines to Tho We:t Isdles. . tho Confederacy the men who partici- ago, but as his line was thin in places, Goo. V. Albreoht, Chaplain, And lv on hand to ij:ve u a tovil welcome. pated lu over 2,000 battles, and whose John Stamper, Charles Baldric!:, Ynuis for Cnh, he would not attempt to take the city 600,00) enlisted men fought for four Hegimentnl Adjutant: James Carroll, Washington, July 4, 3 i m. Sampson's ..nn.-- ) nA. nnniili' nrntl frtnf. nf till he got reinforcements. 1ah ' f " ... tl.i,.i. Krtti.tn.. nhnniTAil Vila tnlrwl Sampson cables that every Spanish Sergeant Mnjor, and I'. C, Crushear, WllUlt UU1U IU1) their territory, and until about one and he Immediately Vli",-a demandM....V. Quarterma-te- r ship Is destroyed. Several hundred Sergeant. CO. for ent half of their soldiers were dead from of tho enemy killed and drowned The Chesapeake and Ohio has tenthe city's surrender. casualties of war, against 2,SCd,02S endered to tho war department the lleet Fighting begun in awful earnest at and 1,.'100, Including Admiral listed men, aided by 000 vessels of war, Santiago S M. Friday. Maj. Gen. of fine stunmors owned by that compa made prisoners. Only one at A. manned by 3o,000 sailors will act as a ny, plying between Newport News and American killed and two wounded. Shafter made an assault all along the stimulus, as it will revive the martial Europe, at the actual cost of the vesThe Chrlstobal Colon got away, but fought battle lastand after a hard spirit of the peopls, and will be an ob line day sels, with provisions for restoring them ran ashore and lowered her flag, (50 ing all captured the outer Spanish ject lesson, and inspiration for the to the company when the department niiles West of Santiago. The presand drove the Spaniards youth of our country. Gen. Gordon intrenchments has no further need of them, at a figident has just cabled Sampson the into the city. The dons fought nobly, therefore urges the officers and memure that would be eminently reasonable. congratulations of the American but could not withstand the determinbers of all camps to commence now, ed There aro seven of these ship. They people. attack of the Americans. The without delay, making preparations to Washington, July 4th. Gen. are of steel and of about $,000 tons was also engaged bom attend this great reunion, which is to American lleet gro-- s burden. Shafter demanded surrender of capital of the barding the batteries at Aguadores. be held at the historical s refused. Truce A cablegram says, three of Santiago. Spaniards was heavy, Gen. "Grand old State of Georgia," and he The American los Admiral Sampson's Meet have just refor 2 J hours when now pending reporting that 400 sol has no hesitation In guaranteeing that Shafter at first turned from an adventurous expedition bombardment of ciy begins. diers had fallen and afterwards saying from the world renowned reputation of to Mnnzanlllo, during which they sunk Washington, July 4th. largely under estimated It. The incompnrnble advandtage of our M re, both in to IViw mid for nroominiMln the great people of that beautiful city that he had lleet attempted to dash out two Spanish "itnbo.it?, one sloop, nnd Tho Swinish commander. Gen. Linares. and glorious State, that In the cordial - t'on nn' """t treatment arc o plnin, to indisputable that customers nre incrilng one pontoon, disabled a Spanish torof Santiago harbor last night, and was shot during the day, but not seri welcome which they will extend to the pedo boat, considerably damaged sev- ns never before. were attacked, all being destroyed ously wounded. U. C. V's,'the grand old veterans of one is bolng pureral of the enemy's gunboats and combut one. and that Saturday the assault was resumed, Atlanta, and of the entire State of pelled the commander of a troop lilp ran ships ashore sued. Spaniards as Gen, Georgia, will strive by all the means but the success was not great, to run her ashore. One of Admiral and set them on fire. at their command to excel the bound- Duflleld failed to do what was expected Snmpson's the nist, was struck Advices from Manila say that of resource less hospitality so generously and lav- of him, cither from a lack 11 times, and Another, the Hornet, was American troops captured the LaLawt'on and ishly extended at all our former reun- or Inefficiency. Gens. drone Islands on route and have disabled by ta shell, which hit her! Chaffee effected a junction about noon, ions. main stam pipe She wa towed out of governor general prisoner. nnd the American artillery was pushed danger by the Wampatuck. FltOM what we can gather It is the to a position from which it poured a fire The Ladrone or Mariana Islands are plan of the opposition to Gov. McCrea-r- y Into the city of Santiago. Tne Ameri a chain of l.'i in the North Pacific and to raise a row in the county conven- can loss in the two days' battle will to the North of the Carolines. They tions wherever possible and then ilock probably reach 1,200 killed and wound- were named the "Islands of Thieves"! oir to "their little selves" and appoint ed. Tho Spanish loss Is believed to be by Magellan's ship's crew on account We intend making this sale th greatest hirxaut cin:r oiler ever attempted in , .,. ... ,, .. a contesting delegation, hoping ut the heavy, but it is not reliably estimated. of the thieving propensity of the in- - toim-roWe have already been discovered by the Uf)cAin teekert of th - Hunk Troi Co. l tliM vicinity. city tbf I'nmerDanville convention to secure recogni- Two thousand Spanish soldiers were habitants. Tho clhnute Is hnmld, but' culled of ih- - new tid conntv but wc proiM)e tosurtle the country with w.mderfullr cheap selling l ! b tiaH-iTux I.w. All ehecka tion by getting the temporary organi- taken prisoners. Its trade winds make It milder than the tlMMlmwer. tttxl en.'elet before during tin sale, zation. Forewarned Is forearmed. Let One report says that an entire eom- - Philippines. of al! law provide that laaainc. veilnn ' omKoH to atta.'li ,tamiM hv lite nrnwtr the McCreary men here and elsewhere pany was annihilated by Spanish sbell. ECHOES, cattiMit ho ft'io11d either Ux ltinlf or WAR act perfectly straight and fair, so as to The Americans had to fight in the open, one e l 'f it liv pttearwitfi" iwfore of cause no excuse for a bolt, but yield while tho Spanish were protected by The total strength of thearmy gone ltorof IiiUtiihI K venue with full alate n1 lmvnient nf not an idch to unjust demands, nor sur- rifle pits, barbed wire fences and other to the Philippines is 470 officers and wuut I ahlr, J. II render a single right. The majority obstructions. ' 10,,"tM men. 31 I'Mrnieri Itauk A Trut 'i must rule and submit to no hocus Commodore Watson's orders are not ALL the papers printing a list of r Tin: H AHTtlil V those who have gone on the Kentucky to threaten the coast of Spaiu, but to nUwilutelr frw i.f chnrKe, in ntlilitiou In this county .McCreary has the maand destroy CamaraV lleet. FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00 , We utpoe to givehwaya to mir ot'iinT'i Fress Association trip give the name run down jority and his followers must be here of to our already 1w prices vnhiahle and uefnl premium with every f 10 or fJ" Tho Spanish Cabinet has doelded to the editor of this paper as one of the f Saturday, and assert themselves. "r ..I i.1l..l suicrowd. We want it distinctly under- - tuuri'iuuriiiii ;vmuinu muinvjv mi ..,.,' , 1M. At the eo (4 UmIimw Jaar ting himself so badly licked nt Manila. j stood, however, that this is a mistake, A LIST of those who went with the III'IVHCBS Tons of mail matter for tho soldiers maybe as to the "corpus delicti." We -- . .... m.Jl are present in spirit, but the body afore- and sailors operating in Santiago Ntw awl Mm Press Association shows MiireJ more outside deadheads than inside. Sampson's lleet are oBolrBft Nattanat Ilaak. .. and with said is sweltering this 4th of July at M,l Jl Due fratH Although weeklies are limited to two Ladies' Slcevelos Vet--lc- , or 8 for llV, , t .. hard work, while the editors are en- stored at Tampa awaiting transporta- Jlanklni; hwi-- ami U. Ladiei.' Crnsh Skirts 0c. representatives, most of them have joying thedellghtsof Mackinac. By the tion. Window iJhd(8 10. 13, 2A and fiOc. Iithfr K'1. aiwl VfiU I.mllits' Summer lt,B l Men's Utien SuitCorwts. Jlc, SO, three and four and one inconsequental way our esteemed friend of the Dan Gen. Merritt took along with him to ."ixclf. Under Shirt for Men 20c, 2 for .'Vic, n. and lljit i2 millions of dol- Currency sheet, which is never heard of except Stipoiulur 10, l.'i, 2o nnd 60c, nas tho Philippines several ...,.... efo (i 3Ion's Linen l'ant-- CSc, ville Auvocate, u. li.. woouoik, on such occasions as this, has some six soldiers and for an emer- I'linillHre ami flxlurM 2 Spool of John Clark's bet thrrnd 5c, ,' been elected president of . tho assocla-oregh- . lars for the Men's 60c Straw Hats '15c. , , gency fund. To permit such abuse of rail- -' , Table Oil Cloth 12c, jjuij ui un n, in uoo itnu uii; iiuurivu Good Apron checked Oinglmm 3Jc, I.IAHIUTirtS: road and other courtesies is un unjust There was a Lreat demonstration at ' Men's Working Shin 20c and up 2." 1'ieces of Dress Liiwn 1c, the Lduisville Times, vice president. Camp Thomas Friday night when news tax on those who are kind enough to l ;; Ladle' Shirt Wni.H 26c, . ll,i.Vi M Yard Wide l'orcale 5c, help the boys along and will ultimately Straw Matting 10c, MM tank ...., Whew! The way Gen. Castleman was received of the result of the days ile tu Satl-tiliood Yard Wide Hrown Cotton 1c, .. Due to Stale latik shut them out from all courtesies. And does go for "Gen." Forrester for mak- battle at SautlagO. Hemp Carpet !c Hope Cotton oc, . W,aK (in itMu1 the sooner the better. Kenneth Castleman, of Lonlsville, ing accusations against him in regard Lace Curtain 4S. 72, l)Sc to 2.6U. 41 l) ; to the State's property in the Legion's son of Colonel Castleman, will go with . 10.(00 ('I . tho Hargaln Counter for3jc Calico, Cheap ""hoe-i- , Percales, Ac . c. :.. nu U. I" The Williamsburg Times remarks Armory is oven hotter than these tor- watson s squauron io oum. TT.. un? ,uld M Uses' FineShooi to lie closed at 7c. with great gravity thut "the last quarh! lot of Ladies' EnHe accuses him of lying and been promoted to First Assistant terly conference of this conference year rid days. STATi: OK KKN11TKY, most everything elso unbecoming a gineer. Cemitr ol Lincoln fe passed off quietly at the M. E. church is now so warm In Cuba Tho weather gentleman und Indirectly takes a swipe John II. Owsley, Omliler of Tho Panum llantc of this place." How else did you anl lining that many of the soldiers feel overbur- X Truit Co., luiik town of Manforil In IhmIiivm uii Gov. Bradley. . till it to pass off pray? Was it expect- at dened with no uniform on but a cart- Main Mrevt. lu the nayi that the being ilulvnworn, ed that the presiding elder and the ft truestateinrll "' theconill. In all as the pop- ridge belt and a hat.Hopkinsville I' Joe Parker, who struts of iMMlnn hi T. D. HANKY, Manager. tlnn of the taiil llaiik.al the preacher in charge should engage In a ulist leader of Kentucky, tells the Cln- - Kentucklan; the S"tu day of .lime, l'J, to the lett of lilt luwl-l,-- f that the ami lu'llef; ami furthr fist fight and that the sisters should try. 0jnnalt Enquirer that if McCreary is Hranch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencebtirg, Cjntlil The Negro cook of Co. D., 1st Ken- - hiiilntxi uf iilil Hank ln 1ktii tram Udl at tlin which could yank the most hair from nominated he will have a candidate put tuck v. called a member a bad name and location tumil. ami .not lwhnr; ana tint the ana, Versailles, Ktnj.yence, Georgetown, F.lizabellttown. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind, with au.itllril another's head? up against him. As populists are as came near being lynched. He was or- - alrfirprei-or- Uniaileln noiiiv rviv.i from tiieNiviarofMani.iKiia- " lh" U"y " as teeth here, such action The Pullman Palace Car Co. is not scarce be hen's most of Joe's perform- dered to leave and stood not on the or- ' like nWrlWainl nworn to llore me by J. II. Owndor of hip going. likely to go to the wall. A quarterly would "e "' d -ances, puerile. Gen. Shelter confirms the report thut Notary iMhlle. dividend of 82 a share, payable on and jni. it. Owicy. Caiiii-r- ; j l Caih, Gen. Linares was mortally wounded. after August 15, and also a special Gov. Bradley made a fine speech at Jo.ley. l.fitur; A w. Cannier, linior dividend of 820 per share has the Lexincrton Chautauqua on "Flag Madrid reports concede that half the been declared. The surplus of Dav." when he took occasion to ad command under Gen. Linares Friday CONDITION OF THE 818,000,000 will be distributed among vance strong grounds against a war of was killed or wounded. "We will store wheat at a less price than you can store Capt. "William H. Lyons has been or First National Bank, Stanford. Ky., the shareholders and the stock watered conquests and the acquisition of more offit yourself. All who stored last year made money, Also to the extent of $o4, 000,000. June 30. lMi-territory. He and Bryan und Cleve- - dered to report to the commanding icer at Camp Alger, Va., for duty. In ' lnnd are together for once. RESOURCE. The biggest joke of the season is that will either buy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and his new position Capt. Lyons is allowed and Discounts.. $157,70 fi3 Col. Colson has applied to the authorl-- J & O. report that a clerk, who is to be paid 81,400 per THE C. it O. and B. H.033 5& flTl.001 11 see us. Slocks and Hond ties at Lexington for a policeman to a disreputable Kentucky editor 6ecur- - annum. 4.,dfl III captured a Overdrafts Pioosevelt's Hough Riders preserve order in his regiment. The ed passes over their roads and 6old they found up a U. S. Ronds to secure circulation. 50.000 00 men are generally backwoodmen of a them to brokers. The fellow's name Spanish spy, whom 0,200 00 Hanking house and fixtures very tough character and they are ere- -' name should be given and be forever tree taking notes of what was going on Other real estate 1.572 00 atiog much trouble in camp and town. kept on the black list of railroads and In the American camp. He was turned Dae from banVs y 10,507 55 A lot of them beat a Negro, without newspapers. '.. over to tho Cubans, who shot him, IntransJtu 251 28 exeiihp. so that hn will ip. 2,250 00 afterwards cutting off his head. The rive per cent, fund WITT ' v ah meuns iigniin . auu .CY..! uguiiug spy had been a paclfico. S. treasurer 21.100 00 Cash with-USupt. Davidson was right. The means killing," the soldiers who joined 17,050 77 organs pub- Cash In Rank In Madrid, the clerical ' city of Louisville has been padding its the army for fun are finding to their lish violent articles against the advo$20,201 50 school census to get a lion's share of sorrow. A recital of the story of the cates of peace, and the priests are LIABILITIE?. S100.000 00 the State's per capltia. Last year, it bloody battle at Santiago is sufllcient preaching a war to tho bitter end. The Capital Stock 17,000 00 Surplus Fund reported 82,048 children and he refused to make their blood run cold. conservatives also declare against the Undivided Profits .'100 00 to pony up for that number. Tho new 372 50 Dorch Camphell & Co. have taken idea of peace at the present moment. StoeV reduction not called for... census shows just 5o,010 children, which ,4.500 oo Target practice has begun in every circulation outstanding charge of the Middlesboro Herald and will make a difference of 805,000 to be os.on eB adopted the thumb paper shape s,o pre- division at Chickamauga. The First individual deposit sent to the city. M3b 07 valent nmong mountain publications. corps is now ready to respond promptly Duo to hanks 1.00.100 Tund to pay tnxes PPsBHBBPiKKSA5.j-i'iiiBSBBP5StBfa- . to an order to move. Up to Friday The big battle at Santiago began on It will be independent in politics. 26.U1 70 redlbcounted had arrived, and night 11,203 recruits the Iloth anniversary of the battle of Old John Sherman, who is back from all the regiments at the camp will pro- ?2M,S61 05 Gettysburg, where the Americans met rilOFITS. Alaska, says: It was the most delight- 'bably be filled In three or four days. in civil strife and fought a memorable 4S C An order reached Gen. Brooke at Earnings months ending to date. J5.554 battle to the finish. They are no longer ful 1 have had the pleasure of taking. strangest thing of all was the con- Chickamauga Sunday to designate Earnings left over Inst G months.. 2,470 01 divided though and together are fight-- 1 The 39 log In a cause that must prove vlctorl stant daylight. Alaska would be bet- about 20,000 men for immediate departU1HPOSEI) Or AS rOl.MJWS. ter governed had she regular territo- ure to the South. It Is believed he has oua. rial laws, is one conclusion I have selected the First division of the First Thee per cent dividend 53,000 00 320 00 Deuoe has appointed his wife his reached on this visit. That prohibi- corps and two brigades of tho Second Carried to surplus 300 00 Undivided Profits private secretary. As the place pays tion law to which Alaskans object so division. These includo tho First und Charged oirb.id debts... 1,180 20 $150 a month it will be seen that the strongly does not seem to prohibit en Third Kentucky regiments. It is prob Self-Foldin-g012 00 Fund to pay taxes 1 a- o"ceu a great many accidental and very bad misfit of a'"reli' Iff'mrxln able they will move this morning. 2,003 20 5.025 30 Paid expenses Jltf-v.1A Afri iuu mn uuiuiui uu uiiiurceu Senator keeps his financial eye open to iuuusi iibo better were It taken oil the .1. S. IIOCKER, 1'iiesiue.nt. The American troops, 2,500 in numit would windward. on three transports, convoyed by JOHN J. McRCUERTS, CAMiicn. books." statute ber, I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 9 GLORIOUS 4TH CER-VERA- - THIS SETTLES IT. I .-- x - ture to ENOUGH SAID SPREAD THE NEWS I 20-2- 3. r, THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY Cor-ver- a, Everlastingly Giving The Most For The Money ! -- ves-el- Cer-ver- a's ves-el- s, j Bargain Read, Read. Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store "i A General i J j ATTENTION! f .V t.iiJu-jirovUi.- FIFTEEN DAYS I i j . rrlT sw' J i ffll-t- HW-I.K- V. 5S,Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Lead- po-cu- s. ers, No Baits And. No Catches. pur-cluin- Kr.l-oit- l, te -- Li-"" "'. . -- that-ther- e ro-vlnco Read These Prices -- ! o . ... , t. , . al ti -- -- !. .1 ex-pa- ct Im-nt- l cmiii-ty- ; The Louisville Store. 1 t Kh ' - .U". - ! ''Ji.hit. iin-inr- : . i Lo.-iof- J. H. BAUCHMAN 6t CO. "- lll 1 Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHBLTON, Prin. "' v I Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. 'r-I- If j I Jb, rr wriiirraf'iTifTi.mi J7i7i TSAaMTEJIWCT'j'?. t. .fcL ""Jm.'mB M fBHTiMM W&fTTirjtWBUMliKmlBKjMnBBm iM. iMtlii i in ---rr -- - -,-- -- . r : iig XrTfrE ' '" gBBMIBMMBiMBBBmMBMMJWMMfcjBB . ( m 1 HE INTERIOR JuURN AL . i his Jcml J. II. BaUOHMAN &; CO. will store wheat ngain. See them. I 4 Tin: Stanford band and a largo numAS usual the commencement ber of our citlcns went up to tho Crab exer5, LOCAL HAPPENINGS, cises of Stanford Public School, Dr. Orchard Hag raising yesterday. Cheap threshing coal. J. II. BaughW. D. Tardif, principal, delighted I WANT to buy your wheat. Will MANAOER. ' man & Co. b. (J. WALTON, those who uttended them at Walton's give market price. See mo before you Opera House Thursday evening. There I'Rl'lT Jam, C'unn and Jolly Glasses sell. D. S. Carpenter, Hustonville, were four graduates, Misses Joe Allle OVER .lU.oOO prescriptions have boon at Warren Shanks'. Ky. Hold, whose subject was "Cuban Free'carefully utnl convetij tilled at I'onuy'r Drug Store. Yours will receive tbo Coal oil stoves from "0o to Slii Tuosu who staid at home yesterday dom and Annexation:" Mary Eatolle sumo treatment. ouch m Warren A Shanks. enjoyed readlnc ovor war bulletins ful- Jarman, "Onward and Upward:" Annie ly as much us thoo who went oir after II. Hansford, "What of the Future?" PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. ILWK your eyes tested and proporly and Lulu B. Cur pen tor, "American Imaginary enjoyments. Hock-or'.. e Patriotism." Tho young ladles all ac Boone, an fitted with glasses at Craig ic wHcuf W IloitN, to the An electric storm accompanied by a quitted themselves creditably and each eight pound boy. very heavy rain occured from 11 to was liberally applauded und remember"Mu. and Mrs. William Rich haro 12 and Um porcalos and LtiO DitOP. oclock yesterday and much damage to ed with flowers und presents. Prof. movud to Richmond. madras cloths are now 10c. Severance Any In You corn and other crops was done. Frank L. Williams, of Louisville, was Miss Luis Boinurr ban rettirncd & Sons. detained at home and Mr. Samuel W. from a visit to Diiiivillo. THE T. W. Naplor Camp of ConfedI am needing tho inonoy you owu mo Menefec presented the diplomas in a and littl SaMRS. J.S. IK'NDLKV Judge- J. W. Aland hopo you will come in at once and erate Veterans choso neat und lining speech. The choruses visiting in Lebanon. rah am corn and T. L. Shelton undelegates and were well rendered by girls and REV. A. J. PUCK, of Brodhoad, was settle. H. C. Huply. HIGG-IN- S Messrs. W.G. Welch and G. P. Bright the duet by Dr. und Mrs. Tardif win huro between trains yaslurday. Wr are selling gasoline and coal oil alternates to the United Confederate Miss Madih Hklm loft Saturday to stoves at actual coil. Guaranteed uon- - Veteran's icunlon at Atlanta, July greatly enjoyed. Tho hoop drill by 20 small girls and the drill of transparenvisit relative al Elliabethtown. uxplo-lrHiggins V McKlnney. cies, which showed "Remember the In spending a Mr. Li.wis HosSBLL Watisr coolers, Ice eroam freezers, Chicken STEAL. Mrs. Martha Sev- Maine," Ac, each pupil presenting one few wcokaut Green Urliir Springs. Miss Frances Adams, of Huston ieo boxes, Uy fans, fly traps, liy paper, erance's chicken house was broken into lcttor, were highly Interesting and the visiting Mrs. J. M. Alvorson. screen doors, .Vc, at Higgins A: KcKln-ne- Friday night and a dozen or so fowls latter was exceedingly unique. The vlllo, stolen. Some of them hnd cholera receipts were ?I2, a part of which will llALIS Is Veiling MlSSSUE WlLLIK though and the scamp who appropriat- go toward building a school-houson Waddell at Somerset. MUs Katborlno G. D. Corsets. My ontlre up-ted them didn't get the bargain he the lot purchased some time ago. Dr. MRS. Jl'.RRY FRITH and children, of und Mrs. Tardif deserve much credit llrodhcud, are visiting relatives here. date uorsats all shapo and sixc and col. thought he did. AuisntJ. S. UlCK Is suffering tor- ors, H.now oiler at what they cost me. Killed. Ep Hill, son of John M. for their annual entortalnments which Shanks. never fail to please oven the most fastures with a rising on hi right hand. W. .Misses' Oxfords .it G3?: former price SI. 13 to 51.23. Hill, of this county, win crashed by a tidious. L). GltlWORY and children, Mlts. II. guests at Crab log at Ferndale and Instantly killed. TllKRK are of Covington, are at J udgu J. P. Bui- - Orchard Sprincs and the number will As he was a very largo man and The friends of Messrs. Gilbert and ley's. be largely augmented before this week the weather was very warm the body Thompson, or rather those who oppose Miss Kathleen GriNSTKAU went is oiiu Manager Hofmunn is better wan Interred there to await removal to Gov. McCreary. aro raising heaven and over to JospamlHtf SaUmlay to visit her than ever tlxed to entortain. his old home In the fall. way, to defeat earth, In their still-husister. the latter gentleman in this county. , Tint McKlnney Canning Co's plant Ruin intorfcrred with the SKeeh Tactics unbecoming even MISS KL1SH WOKAIACIC. of Louis-the republiCrab Orchard, Xy. was void at auction to IC. L. Tanner and making at tho flag raising at Crab OrW. B. llle. is th gwt of Mm. can party are being resorted to and the for :2."J0O. They Dr. K. M. E- -t chard yesterday and at 2:30 no orator govnil the contracts that the compa- had taken a flight on the eagle's buck. stories '.hat are being told on the Bum, of Mcl?!nny, Is MissGlknn ernor areso utterly absurd that they are o Us old The flag was raised though in the with Mr. J. H. ny has made and will run it in spending the rather amusing. There is ro doubt "FT of a large crowd nnd now floats tme. Yeugar. about Lincoln being largely for Gov. a polo Srt feet high. of gracefully from Mil, U. 0. PoKTMAN ami family, x KKNTS hare been reduced McCreary, but when it is known that P. O. Liberty, r with Mr. nod Mrs. Ed from W to 3V. Poslitiasien Florence AN I. J. reporter hud the pleasure of every voter who opposes him will be Wilkinson. thinks It Is oo account of his adminis- spending Sunday at Greon Briar here, it will readily be seen tho necesAnd we are now prepared to furnish yon with the best quality of Mk. W. J. P.OMAKP. of Lancaster, tration und Is sure that If Mr. Rout had Springs, Mr. T. H. Wright, mumiger, sity of the McCreary men being on will, over Friday to mm Ms sister from continued In ottlce the jwlce would have andean testify with legions ofother-th- hand at the convention at 2 o'clock IouiavUle. rvmntned the same. next Saturday afternoon. It- would be ho has a charming resort. He MlSH EMMA HmSCItWCLDT, of L0Ulf an A. host nnd with hi- - wife and worse than foolish to let the few say ailr, Mr. CUT TO PlKClSS. Marslml NewJuud mother to superintend the cullnarv de- that tho instructions of this county vtlle, Is the gttst rf ! recwlred a letter from Letcher Owsley, Lriclc Hrnurr. partment he is well equipped for the shall go to other than the gentiemun Lend, Colors, Stains ifec, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of UWSL1Y, 0 Columuus, count; attorney of GiirrHrd, Suturday, MK. K. P. successful season his friends hope he who bus so ably represented this disPerfumes, Soaps, Stationery nnd Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. (iu.hns Jolnwl hlswtfnt daughter to ro to ths house of George Story and will have. A good crowd Is expected trict in Congress and who has never the best hunt for u set of harness stolen from this week. at thf Myers House. failed to answer a single call made by Miss Brrruc Pantos Is buck from Yountf Wm recently. The otllcer Lincoln county democrats, and for y KtLLiNu at Ckah Orchard. an .uMideil rleit to friends in Piue-ill- e wont and foaud the hurnes in the s whom at least of them ure woods near Hale's Well, but cut nil to Beazloy telephoned us from Crab for. Come Saturday and let there be and MUldlfteooro. MsK K'ATIIKKJNi: BaUUHNAK, 0W pieces. Story, who Is In Juil at Rich- Orchard yesterday that George Steph- no uncertainty as to whom the demoof the West End's hadKmet girls, Is mond, stole It und his wife, it is enson, a Negro, shot and killed Joseph crats of Lincoln wanl to succeed the thought, cut it up awl hid li after he Tllford, a white boy. IS yours of age, gray gelding. Come and let the ma- "v, 1 inning relatives here. z without known cause. Stephenson lives jority say who will have the pleasure Miss Nora PHILLIPS has been elect- was arre-td- . n in tho Deep Well Woods. ed by the trustees to teach the of sending Davison to grass. The East Bank TlIK HiHtofltille National As we go to press uews comes by tel End will S'jnd down a considerable del school and rhe will begin Aug. 1. shows np well as uuul. Its earnings ephone that a rope has been bought Mils. W. I. Hkdimns awl daughter, for tho last six months on .0.000 capl-U- und that tho Negro will bo hanged if egation of opponents to McCreary, and and Nellie, ol ICau-.Mister Margarel the Crab Orchard Springs wagon has were l,2S3.2d, from which a divithe sheriff. (. ity, are visiting Mrs. A. W. Carbeen chartered to bring them. Wb are & and ho can be gotten trom dend of four per cent, was declared, penter. told that men who refused point blank jmld, leaving a good taxes and expenses UK HORSE AND BL'UUY STOLEN. About to support tne Mrs. J. F. Cl'MMlNS i at Crab Or- deal to apply to other purMus. Presdemocratic ticket, not S3 chard attending the bedside of her ident Ed Alcorn and Cashier Hockor throe weeks ago two men whom he did only In 1SU0, but last year, are those In T. II. Wright's liv- that section of the county who most Campbell, who Is yot not know called at sister, MfB. II. D. smile complacently while the other very 111. ery stablo at Moreland and hired a cheerfully support Gov. McCreary s excesj3. Pink, llluc and White Piques (ft 12Jc. White Duck3 T 10 and l?c. Wm. A. WAI.I.ACK, wife and ohll- -' bunkers sweat ntid groan under horso and buggy to drive to Liberty, pair of opponents. Intl., are visiting sive taxation, and go right along mak- paying for It at tho time, but since dron, of New Albany, money for the stockholders and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. ing that Mr. .V. has not been able to hear MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, feel their ample causing depo-itoWallace. hair nor hide of his property. The Thomas Harris, aged 74, and Mrs. PltirrTY Miss Katie Lou Yuagor security. horse was a valuable brown gelding and the buggy was a Ilrst rate one. Ho Susan Wooldridge, GO, were married spent u week with Mrs. M. C. Suuiley C.M1 Wilder Is the name of the and returned to lior home In Hoyle beautiful camp of the flth U. S. Volun- has noil tied police In various towns, at Jasper, Ind. Mrs. Nancy Moren, aged 02, mother vestorday. teers at Knoxvllle and Capt. W. B. but so far the whereabouts of the turn- of Judge W. T. Moren, died at his 11. Pbnny and children Mlts. I)tt. W. Penny writes his wife that It ndnilra-lil- y out Is a mystery. White Piques at ISc, 20c, 2oc and 40c. home near London. St. Asaph. have taken rooms at the suited for their purposes. The letDied. Gcmima Nelson, the woman Mr. Holly Carlton, of Lawrenceburg, Mrs. Mary Penny will ocoupy their ter of his company Is "B." In his letshot In the row between Bill Lewis and and Mls Margaret Harbison, of Mitch- residence. ter he suvs: Tell tho people of Stnn-fo- rd John Smith, died Friday from the ie ellsburg, were married last week. IT: Ok. P. W. CARTER returned with his can not express my feelings In suit of her wounds, just two weeks uf" David Hopper, aged 1U, and Miss diploma In dentistry Saturday and will regard to tho treatment of myself and infliction. She was shot twice Amanda J. Kelley, 41. and crazyoHnnd locate here for the present at least, for men the day I left. That night, 1 must tor their in the back, presumably by Smith, who on for 10 years, were married at Valley ISc. Collars, Ties, Ilelts, Ac, ,xc. practice. say, was proud ol the people 01 Stan had a 112 pistol, while Lewis had a H. View. Mlts. Sam llOOKUIt and Misses Lena ford and proud of their doing the right and Miss Fannie Hlnes, of Mt. Sterling, nnd Clara Kennedy came up from Rus- - thing at the right time. I certainly Drs. Craig, Peyton, O'Bannon i Phelps held a post mortem and found will go as a missionary to Korea for the funeral of Mrs. selivlllo to attend the nppieeiate U, for It vmii coitpllment one of the balls, a 112, to tho front of TIT . .. ., T uiinui s uuaru oi .Missions Ol tne Saunders. to tne and made my men feel bettor. tbo arm oit. The course of the othor Methodist Church. MATTIE MATTlNtiLY, one of MISS ' In a light at a dance near Rockwood, George Owsley, Negro, better ' waa traced to tho lung, which had rot Stanford's beauties, Is visltlug at J. T. Cherry's and. II. Hilton's. Hrodhead Known as "immmy, got on a teari ted, and could not bo found, 'lho men Tenn., Joe Hay was fatally shot and Thursday night nnd shot his pistol pro- wore lighting over tho woman, but it is Sam Huston seriously stabbed. They Cor. Mt. Vernon Signal. of beauty ani3 miscuously. Next morning ho went not thought that either had any Inten. fought over an engagement with their That little sunbeam Miss Alma Lackey re- into Warren & Shanks' storoand asked lion of killing her. Lewis Is said to mutual sweetheart. vivaolousncss turned to Gallatin, Tenn., Saturday Mr. Warren to give him something, have held her between him and Smith It is believed that tho Second Kenwhich was refused. He becamo Insult- during the shooting and that she and iiumeroiis hearts aro bleeding. for him. tucky will get orders to move along MIL AND Mlts. D. P. ROWLAND and ing and wns put out. Later Mr. Warren caught the balls Intended on bail, furnished by with tho First Corps. This morning an My Entire Stock Of Mrs. S. B. White and children were on went on the street nnd the Negro hit Lewis was out Pittsburg to him on tho head with a rock, causing Messrs. G. B. Cooper and M. F. Elkin, order camo from Gen. Wado to InspecSaturday's train bound for woman they tor Gen. David ickers to Inspect tho the blood to How f reel v. Judge Carson buion tho death of tho spend a few days of tbo heated spell. --regiment In detail. The regiment was who has been lined him $10 for the disorderly conduct had him returned to jail. J. NnviN Carter, ut drill. It wns called in und the men and ho Is working It out with ball and holding down a distillery near Saunders. After a long illness that All Shapes, Sizes and Colors, I now offer at been given a little time chain attachment. After that he will finally went into consumption, Mrs. a put In heavy marching order. Maj. Saun- Vlckera with Col. Gaither examined recreate and ho Is spending It at get another tine for assault on Mr. to Saunders, wife of Mr. W. T. every man and his outfit minutely, and home. Warren. ders, died Fridav,aged42. She was from at tho conclusion tho Inspector COL. W. P. Sheridan, who has not turned DUNCAN. Another old Confederate Garrard county and the duughtcr of to Col. Gulther, saying: "Gaither, you been in good health since ho moved to gone to his reward. Camp-bo- Mr. Win. Rothwell, who died when sho have as fine a regiment as there is In Livingston, Is here for a few days try- boldler has Duncan crossed over the river Fri- was quite young. At tho time of her Camp Thomas, and I shall so report to ing to get well. He has lost 12 rounds 1ST0, day and Is now, we hope, with Jackson, marrluge to Mr. Saunders In Corps Headquarters." Dispatch to of avoirdupois. shade of the trees. -- He was Judge Owsley remarked that she was Cincinnati Enquirer. LENA YOWULL, Uottie Pow under the Missks in GarIn this county and when the tocsin the prettiest girl over raised ell, Annie Johnston, Mrs. Jane Cloytl born An associated press disptach from of war sounded In 1801, entered the, rard county. Sho was a second cousin and Messrs. G. L. and B. D. Carpenter to Santiago Friday said that after five Christian service for tho Lost Cause, In Co. A., of his wlfo and also closely related left yesterday to attend the Morgan's command. Soulre Win. Klnnalrd. Mrs. Saunders hours' terrific fighting, thoSpunish beGth regiment, Endeavor Convention at iasuvine. with that gallant commander on was a member of tho Christian church gan to leave their Intrenchments aud While Missks Lucy and Kathehine full hopo of certain reward nustonville, accompanied by his Ohio raid he was captured and for and died in hand. She tulked with retreat Into tho city. Many Ameriof -- rr, cans ure wounded nnd were being two years was a prisoner at Camp ut Ills right Messrs. J. H. Hooker and Jones Douglas, suffering the hardship and and children at length, brought In. Olio man had both arms Jn.-her husband x& i1 Baughman, passed through Sunday for how to live shot otl and was wounded In the hip, -- Vfi-- T SprintiB. privations Incident to such Imprison, told them of her hopes und f Orchard and Green Briar Crab 1L atCntedttt ment. There he contracted chronic so us to meet her In Ileuven. Besides but was laughlug. JOHN W. Walkbu, who was to have " and that finally caused his n grief stricken husband sho leaves diarrhoea ys. '' been 2d lieutenant of Capt. Penny's Half Fare to Buffalo, N. Y., and close of tho war ho re- four children, Misses Mary and Suslo failed to got the appointment death. At the company, return on July 11, 12 and 111. All roads and turned to Lincoln county and married. und Walter und Miller, to sutler her for some reason unknown to him, his Two children were born to him, and loss, which can never bo repaired. Rev. will sell tickets via C. H. & D. Railhas returned home and resumed they with a second wife, who was Mrs. J. B. Crouch visited her often during way, good returning July ll. By replace in the bank. Melton, survive. Mr. Campbell her Illness and she becamo so attached questing can bo extended until Aug. MKSSKS.A. W. CARPENTER, S. T. James -Vjr .. was a member of tho Christian church to hltn that Mr. Saunders got him to 3rd. Parties desiring can go by boat v, 4.V imamm Harris, E. H. Beazloy und Drs. R. M. Sr,AY V and those who knew him say ho was otllciato at her burial, which occurred from Toledo, returning by rail or vice A , Phelps and W. G. Burton attended tho and Integrity. Tho in Crab Orchard Cemetery at 3 p. M. vorsu cun visit Niagara Fulls en route. Bridge Camp meeting Sunday. tho soul of honor High numAny Information cheerfuly furnished One burial occurred Saturday, tho T. W. Sunday in the presence of a largo They say Sam Jones preached a of the friends and relatives of her by W. W. Penn, T. P. A., C. H. & D. Napier Camp of Confederates, paying ber sermon to about 1,500 people. Good Ry., Junction City, Ky. former homo. all expenses. order prevailed. Hon. and Mm, G. A. Lackey.. This is July 1 and your account is mado out and ready. Don't delay paying us. Beazlcy Bros. Stanhokd, Kv., 3 Jcly i8r;S - m GLASSWARE. Glassware. Want Most Thing IH-INL- iV. See Our 10c Counter of Glass For 10c. s. - 1 - 20-od- d & McKINNEY. e. 20-2.- 't. GREAT BARGAINS IN And Children's 1 y. e ' Misses Moris. 1 nt ts. as-nut- Children's Oxfords, 50c. Former Price 90c to $1. W. E. PERKINS. wk pres-enc- 5UHHES Tarn? f H ut 1 PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, V 14 Em-br- four-fifth- CRAIG & HOOKER'S, wMMmmmMmwmmm $ Go-he- il SIMMER i NECESSITIES. Covert Cloths at 10&12 k ft rs i i v 141 S 1 Lawns 4c, 6c, 10c, SEVERANCE & 1 SONS. . 1 &: MmwmmmMmi G. D. CORSETS. as Up To Date Corsets, W. H. SHANKS. LI-n- Just What They Cost Me; No More. The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearings. ;-- ll Al-COK- N, -. JVi'i.. w iLil J' ty&IM&f&J x' FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. .g; wz5ssgKyw' -- ,i , I I . " : BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, SPECIAL TRAIN 'HON. G. G. GILBERT, Coii-gr- ex Xl Of Phelbv Countv. Is TO candidate for The mercury was 101 nt Washington FOH KENTUCKY STATE TEACI1EKS In tho Klglith Congressional District of WASHINGTON. Kentucky, subject to the notion of thodem-ocrnt- ii Saturday and 90.5 at Louisville. The Chesapeake fe Ohio will run a part v. by the Nine Negroes were drowned 8iSiiSrl4a.vo upsetting' of a skill near New Orleans. special limited Vestibule Train to vi"bllsls.d.T?'a.eoAa.3To 15. THOMPSON, HON. ATHorace Kesler, who killed Morgan Washington, leaving Lexington at 0 i Of Mercer. Is n candidate for M., Wednesday, July lith and arriving for longri's In the Dehili Conervjoilonnl 32 PKItYKAR I ADVANCE Bohannon at Dagdad, has been allowed in Washington at 11:30 m., next DUtrli-- t of Kciitui'k). Mifijift to the ni'tlou bail in $15,000. of the democratic piirty. When not no paid O 2. CO will he chansed by tho morning. This train will cairy the The Hotel Roanoke, owned Norfolk and Western Railroad, was Kentucky delegations of teachers to We are uiitlmrUcd tu announce Is your hair dry, linrsh, and brittle? Is it fading or completly destroyed by fire. Loss, $100,-00- tho National Kducatlonal Convention. turning gray? Is it falling out? Does dandruff troublo A dining oaf will be attached and HON. AS. II. aicCUEAUY you? For any or all of these conditions there is an infallible meals will be served for 75 cents. TickOf Madlu Cnutttv, u candidate for ConGreat Britain makes $20,000,000 year remedy in Dr. Ayer'a Hair Vigor. TIKE gress In the rightli t'ougrovdotml lltrlct e department, ets on sale July 3rd to 0th Inclusive, ut ly out of her of Krntuckx, ntiiijtt't to the action of the "For year?. 1 was trouble! with dandruff, large flake sura on one fare dIus two dollars for round democrntle'purty. while the U. S. loses half that KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ncaling ami falling off, cawing great nnnovancc. Sometimes trip, good returning until August 31st, hers. tho itching of tho ncaip was almost unendurable. rrecrip-tlon- s KALI- - Car Wt at $1 .09 for " C A T from eminent physicians, put up in my own drug store Levi Z. Loiter has arranged to bor- if desired. Return tickets will be good 5 Arrrlvesnt Stanford at 1:0S . it. Ho. J lend. OtU T .lu)i-- WANTKIi to AU In Crclmif 2: 10 A. M. No. 4 leaves Stanford at were tried, but failed to afford relief. At length I used Dr. from Richmond, Va., and n very low row $7,000,000 to pay the losses of his No. 21 Arrhcsat Mowlam! at 12:00 DAY. Ayer'a Hair Vigor, and in ono week I found it helped mo. WUCAT Hall at rent a Mm Ixi.lirl. ISAAC No. 22 leaves Stanford at - 3:4U I'. M. son, Joe Letter, In tho recent wheat rate has been made from Washington weeks, my head was entirely At tho end of only two HAMILTON. Uowliii.l. W 1m to Richmond, viasteamerandOld Point deal. free from dandruff, nnd as clean ns n child's. I heartily recommend Dr. Aycr's Hair Vigor to all who nro suffering At a bicycle race in Cincinnati Sat- Comfort, thus giving the only opportuKNOXVILLE DIVISION. malt NOTICE 0 IIatIiii; no of dual F.tttltnttnlt from diseases of tho scalp." EnwiN NoRDrvrnOM, Drugs, otc A. Molwrlv Uiir urday one starter became violently nity to visit the most Historical Sea- in aim iwine Mii.nri umi icniRtr in mr inter-liSacred Heart, Minn. 12 37 p m insane from the heat and another ol tlit. cialr to Wp the a"Uiiiiirtit was snore itcsort on mu vwjiiiwi; ti I Ium1 K. 24 Train going North 2 II a in " mornl tlip county ivmt t illwlitrirn mr ftmu the " No.26 " Send in your namo for maps, time ta. 12 M a ui totally paralyzed. me Iruin all IUMH ami n acomrit " South timl No. 25 " . 1 27 p ui )' Molttly. 31 " thetrof. II lll.l.M, No. 23 ' Fred King, of Clrclevllle, O., attempt- bles or sleeping car Information. Don't ForalllFoInts. old bo deceived. The Chesapeake Jc Ohio ed to poison his father, because the EO'IGU TICKETS SOLD. man refused to give him money to get Ry., is the only Lino from Central KenCHECKED THROUGH. IIAOOAUE DR. R. tucky points to Washington, without his marriage license. For any lnforuiatlon enquire of A Burmese elephant has arrived at transfer of cars or depots. JOE S. RICE, Agent, Ask your ticket Agent or write HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Stanford, Ky. Liverpool which is only 43 lushes high FltKSH LINE OF- George W. Barney, Dlv. Pass. Agt., and no larger than an ordinary sheep, SURGEON, Lexington, Ky. although it Is full grown. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. - Kentucky. Stanford, Sam Smith, a Georgetown Negro, has Persons troubled with diarrhoea will m. r. M., Trains leaxe Frankfort at 0:30 a. A and 3 reach-lbeen turning white since ISO", and is be Interested In the experience of Mr. Olllce orer lllpcln & McKlnnev's Store. connecting at (leorgetnwn with Q. C. and Faris at 8:40 a. m. and 3:10 p. M. Leave Paris now white all over except his face, and W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, m. and 530 p. t.. connectlna at t9:W a. with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 1:55 a few dark spots on his body. Providence, R. I. He says: "For sever a. x. and 7:20 . daughter of Mm. al years I have been almost a coustant The A 0- p A. Jennie Spalding, of New Haven, wan- sufferer from diarrhoea, tho frequent Unclertnlcor, dered off from home and was later attacks completly prostrating me and QUEEN & CRESCENT. Kentucky Hustonvillo, - found dead in a little creek nearby. rendering me unlit for my duties at Trains pass Junction City as follows: W. R. Hearst, who recently quit the this hotel. About two years ago a travto the lAr ofWrtl Untolu Qttrit hit 4 II p m 12 02 p in No. 2 North No. I South dJ CMr countlra lullitoclof oltiuianJ CkNew York Journal in a bun", has gone eling salesman kindly gave me a small 341am 1149am "4 No.S " el.alviT.on lnoJ 93 lSJpm to Cuba with a newspaper outfit to Issue No. 5. " 1113am " 6 " I. S. CatTUIrr. Mitujtr. bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 6 00am No. 3 " ...... 8 OJpm "10 " CV.U And See Me. No. 1 docs not stop. No. 2 stops only for paen-per- s the first American newspaper in Cuba. and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my and 10 run no far from South of Somerset. Mrs. Dora Klein, of St. Louis, threw surprise and delight its effects were ExcurHloii HtttcN mer man Junction mr anu oanu oouij- io w herself In a well and was killed. Grief immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms WtoUover her son's departure to the war of the disease 1 would fortify myself CHAUTAUQUA LAKE caused her mind to become unbalanced. against the attack with a lew doses Royal makes the lood pure, MA Capt. Joshua Slocum, of Newport, R. of this valuable remedy. Tho result has wholesome and dcllclou. I. has just completed a voyage around been very satisfactory and almost comIP (i the world in a sailboat. He was entire- plete relief from the affliction. " For ly alone on the cruise which occupied sale by Craig & Hocker, druggists. FiNKtT Sum hi: Kvkk ()kkkhi:i. m three years. The following letter explains Itself: The 'New 'rk "! IJoM'fO KT A Ci. Despondent because he was doing no UlUl. M'THtH 1YU. in his business, Jacob Hartraan, a "Dear John I suppose that by this good ASP time you havereachei your command. 'saloon keeper ol Evansvllle, Ind., . ' llimriAfl frnm n thlml etnev wlnrlnu? finrl I hated to have you go to the war, dear NO. 18. "SoHlirlrH Mmll! " est, but you wanted to, and so it's all killed himself. -- S Mk CkM CHtinMtluot. Charles Washington, a Negro, charg- richt. Take care of your health, and TUAIN sr.UVICi; A.NH IDlilll'MKNT I'NSl It- your salary as Lamps, W)c. $1 00. 15c. Belli, Cvclometurs. ed with assaulting Mrs. Ward, was tak- be sure and seud me all Screw Driver, 15c. Wrenches, 10c 25c. Locks, en from the jail at Cookville, Tenn., it fall due. I will need It all. The fall on tftUat titr lllj! IVtir llml far t'rVtU m full lufctNUttaH. will take care of you. No more Oil Cnns, 10c 10c. Toe Clips, 25e. Trotiser Guard?, and hanged by a mob. 3,000 people wittl O. MrOMtMirK, A WAIMIKNJ LYNCH, at present from yourlovlug wife." At- Lamp Ilrackets, 15c. Foot I'utiip?, Kupair Otittiu, 75c. 25c nessed the lynching. l'i Trai Mr Hi 1'w.AUl. At ISrl.VNAn.o POWDER Tool Uags. Gnipholtne, I 25. 10c. 25c Saddles, George A. Portwood was sentenced lanta Constitution. Ateiolutely Pure 10c. Cements. to be hung at Lexington on Friday, SepCool Wisconsin Resorts.-Th- e tember 9, for the killing of "Dick" Pur-kin- Motion Route via Chicago is tho proper And way Cycle Sundries nt Re in An appeal before the court of ap- line. Write E. II. Bacon. I). P. A., Low Prices. peals will be prosecuted. ROYAt. fOAStR CO., NEW YORK. Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphAll the English and four German pa- let;, rates and time tables for till re De- Depart-partmen- t. pers, morning and evening, of Chicago, sorts in Wisconsin. Minnesota and Our Our .I'KALEK IN. suspended publication Friday owing to Michigan. cheerfully Information ' the unwillingness to pay stereotypers given and services of an agent to meet MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . 111! four dollars a day. They expect to re- all parties on arrival of trains at Lou: Kentucky. sume by Tuesday. We always carry a full lino of Bicycle Is ho well equipped that we enn manufnc isville and Chicago rendered free. Parts for the timniifncttirer of HlcycK'H. Hire or repair promptly and at reasonable Henry Williams, a Negro, charged Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd prices. Special excursion to Chautauqua, X. We are in a position to make the lowest ciiilty of Romombor we make a Porters with assault on a young white girl, at tabic. Everything on Tiles, SH)kes, Kini, or any thing and July bth to 29th at extremely low that is used in the construction of Hicy-- , This work is 89 meet all trains. Macon, Ga , was given the choice of Y., s and at lowest pri' ces. being strangled to death or having his rates via the "Big Four." For tickets des. A. S. PRICE. neck broken, when with stoical indif- and full information call on agents, or ference he said it did not matter with address the undersigned. E. O. STANFORD, KY. Surgeon Pas. Tralllc Mgr., Warren J. Second-Han- d him. Dentist, Uiimiu Treasury Department gives the in- Lynch, Ass. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., $5 $20. i i Ky. formation that the total proposals for Cincinnati, O. m Two-CeStamp for Illustrated Sundry Catalogue and Hargnin Sheet. the new government loan of $200,000,- ld daughter of W. C. r Send A 'OfBeeoYsr McUobem' Prug Store In thellOwsIer 000 aggregate 8790,000,000. Of this Chambers at New Haven fell hi the UnIlJlug. 32 Fourth -- - ' v . Largest amount there have been received aDd creek and was drowned. ., . ' Avenue Cycle ' absolutely accepted subscriptions, for Louisville, i m Ky. In the Toll-Hou- se amounts of SoOO atd less, 840,000,000. ntire South consumer is to pay tho war tax & PLUMBING, onThe The TINNING Associabeer. I will sell at public outcry the tion at Cincinnati, placed the burden and about One Aero of Land on tho StanSTANFORD, KY., upon the beer drinkers. The growler ford ts. Lancaster Turnpike Itoad on County OP BROOKLYN. Court Day In July, Jlonduy, 11th. lstlS. Safe Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing e nd Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's trade Is doomed because a pint will will be made In front of "t lit; i System I have decided to adopt the lllack Diamond Roof Paint. Telephone No. cost live cents. Glasses are to be re- when terms will bu made known. believing It will lo bettur for my customers n D, V. VANDEVEF.K. I'res. 30, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. : as well a mysvlf, so beginning duced lu size and hot lunches are to be ZI. Daughtnan & Co.'s Mill abolished. THE TIITItl) SESSION OF Co., 01 Scotland. Gash dune15 will sell A IE- This has been the banner year for KOUNDto 1NOG. the collection of Internal revenue. At Ky. Academy Only. Those owing mo must come forward no time since the war has there been and nettle or their accounts will bo placed lu W. A. Trlbblo's hands for collection. so much collected. The aggregate for 24 W. A. CAHsON, Crab Orchard. the mouth of June is more than 83,000,-00- 0 Begins Thursday, Sept. 8. AmuseCool. Exhilarating, Hestful. bTANFOUU, KY. in excess of the month of June last ments aud Good Living. year, and the fiscal year just closed The Academy for coming session has Full compared with the previous one shows Faculty of I'lvo Exier!euccd Teachers all For Tvhns nddes, Louisville. Ky., Enrollment last year 105. S16'J,U9S,32l to for the col- college graduates. offered In Latin, Greek, Excellent courses C. GUS IIOFMANX, Prop. German, French. English, Mathematics, Sci AMERICAN & EUROPEAN lection of internal revenue taxes. -a-- , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 2tair stints Use Ayer's J. 0. iMM Ml J post-otllc- l'" I 1 11 -- Hair vigor 1 tl-.i- AMim-eofA- M. PHGLPS, n (ieorce-tow1 n four-year-o- - ld Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. STANFORD. ;- J. T. SUTTON, - Every Thing Way Down. - 1 - - MARK HARDIN, mi AKlH BICYCLES New And Guaranteed. Big Four Route, . - T $20 TO $60. SUN DRIBS. or gov-ernme- nt s. Everything the jnnrkablv Manufacturing BAKlfcO A.C.SINE, UMB SASH Mason Hotel m Repair ment Lancaster, JL J R9 j ; e first-clas- s. first-cla- AND DOORS, XI Me-Corml- ck, and ShopWorn Wheels, to Stanford, m four-year-o- nt FIRE INSURANCE J. T. Jones, For Sale. Toll-Hou- Saloon-keeper- s' se FOR CA SH Ca-.l1 ! Insurance Company JlMli rj court-hous- 31-:- CRAB ORCHARD I .,! 21-- tf JX.cGJjAY Wesleyan for ar?vGs Mu-l- c. Caledonian Insurance NOW OPEN. R.B.MAHONY.Agt.. H. LOUISVILLE HOTEL RUFLEY, liv UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLEEY, STANFORD. KY. TAKE THE MONON At Camp Alger, Va., where while and colored troops are encamped, the following Incident is alleged to have occured. A colored otllcer was standing by a suttler's tent when a Tennesr see white private came up. The turned to the private and remarked: "Were you not taught to salute off&C. icers when you meet them?" "I didn't notice that you were an otllcer." said the Tennesseean. 'Don't you know anotllcer's uniform when you see it?" "All coons look alike to me," replied the Tennesseean as he walked off. The colored oilicer reported him for disrespect, and now some of tho horri fied Northern newspapers are demanding that ho bo immediately shot. olll-ce- ences, History. Muilo, Oratorv and Physical Hoarding deCulture. Terms moder-jte- . IRAN'S. partment Is all that could be wished In way The Ladies Restaurant Is the finest in of comfort and convenience. For particulars and Catalogue, address the Principal. the city. Every convenience for ladies : JAMES C. DOLLEV, M. A. spending the day in the city. Gentlonc-n'- s Cafe on olllce floor. ! Season of 1898. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS I wish to anuounco that this popular summer resort will bu open for thu accommodation of guests. The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., PUBLIC SALE Of Land, Stock And Crop. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, As I want to sell out. I will on Offer for sale at my homo on Cedar Creek. 2 itillch from Crab Orchard, on the turnpike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford, the following property, to-w- it: Saturday, July 16, 1898, Manager. Music - Tuesday, Tnursdty aud Sunday Kvoninv. Southern Railway , se. Is Receiving Ills Fall And Winter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. John B. Cast lkuak. The Popular Route to "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family for years and always with good results," says Mr. W. B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small children we find it especially effective." For sale by Craig & Hocker, druggists. CHEAP RATES ON Q. & C. CHICAGO. Kentucky C. L. S. C, Lexington, June 29 to July 9; U fare from Cincinnati and from all points In Kentucky, good to July 10th returning, for Bale fftmak J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky via the Queen & Crescent Route. 1 , THE 100 Acres of Land on Fall Lick Creek, In Lincoln county. This Is ono of tho best farms In the neighborhood; with irood SOOTH'S GREITEST SYSTEM. buildings or all kinds on it. 210 ACHES ON Also three SAME CHEEK. In Garrard. i hares In 101 ACHES, known as the Stono FENETHATES farm, on Dlx Hlver, adjoining Oreen llrlar Springs, and a half Interest lu S3 ACHES lu Garrard Co. This is well timbered laud. 5il EIGHT GREAT STATES acres at my farm at Cedar Creek. Any person wanting to buy any of these tracts should Kentucky. Teunesse. Virginia, Georgia, call on me before 'the sale and I will show North and South Carollua, show them over them. Will also sell 1 Saw Alabama, Mississippi. and GrUt Mill combined; In good repair; 7 Horses, 2 Milk Cows. 1 Calf, 1 mule Colt, 2 Horse Wagon Huggles, 2 Spring Wugons, y.j Interest lu 20 acres of com In Hold, lot of Millet and Cuue, pair Stock Scales, lot of blacksmith tools, cane mill, 6 or S hogs, lot Ue(weeu .Louisville aud the South. Lumber, Shingles and Hoards, Household .V Kitchen Furniture, Sec. Sec My farm on Cedar Creek contains 30 acres and lies on Crab Orchard Sc Stanford pike. blacksmith shop It has a good store-hous- e, and In good neighborhood, close to churches Each way between Louisville and Lexington and schools. For further Informutlou write to the undersigned or J. P. Chandler, auc- W. A. TURK, O. P. A.. Washington. D. O. tioneer, Walnut Flat, Ky, Sale to begin at TV. II. TAYLOE. A O. I A. 10 o'clock, when the terms will be announLouisville, Ky. ced. C W. SINGLETON. Crub Orchard. 1- -2 Heduued rates during the flrtt month. For Information lu regard to rates, etc. address T. II. WHiailT, V Crab Ky. On-har- A.O. La mum. Store Room & Goods FOR .SALE. A house and lot In Morulttnd Station, the main building 00 by 30, two stories high, upper btory (ltted up'for dwelling, suitable for small family and a side building 14 btl0, corn cribs, ware room and salt shed, well arraiiL'ed for u general store, have been sell ing from 115,000 to ii'0,000 worth of goods annually, Is olfered for sale. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Through Sleeping Cars B3BBEE 5 CHSTLEHSli. MANAUEKS, THREE DAILY TRAINS PRICE, $1,200. Also a good stock of goods at prime cost. Until tho housu aud goods are sold lu a bulk, I will sell'goods for cash at about cost. Tho house will bo rented after the 15th of July and the goods sold at auction, regardless of price U, B. KINO, Moreland Station, Ky. Commerce Building, Looiivilla. AgenU Throughout the outh. CT. A. TBXBBUi, Local Agvnt, tanfokd, - - - irtf Kentucky lMv ! , Jbi Jbk fru 4lrXf4&LkttKilftife4littiMHfei