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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898070801 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. 1i', lllf SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV1J. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. J ULY 8. 1898. J NO. 3G .Jt '' 'l . to friends and relatives in Southern McKIHMEY. WHAT SOLrtlEUS HAVK TO DO. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, Lincoln and Pviluskl, and the writer Is reCllICICAM.U'tJA, July 3. Now Mrs. T. C. Anrons. of Junction City, Lightning struck K. L. Tanner's as lonesome as a knot on a it) foot popi 3 cruits lmvo boon coming In uvury clay barn In town Monday, killing u valua- lar. Mrs. C. L. Crow return- has just lost a canary bird, which she and baby for tlio past two weeks and the knows was 19 years old. ble horse and severely shocking anoth- ed from a visit to her parents at Somernow has Its full quota. Company er. Sam Hindi, who was In the barn Noar Harris' Flat in Madison county, set Wednesday. She was accompanied II. was about 10 abort, but Ih now full at the time, escaped the shook. BUI Wright cut James Pond's throat by her slater, Miss Cora Davidson. up and Is no longer the Mtddlesboro l)r. W. R. Armstrong, a dentist from Little Jamie Dayton, aged seven, won over a game of marbles. Both are colcompany, as nearly all tbe recruits peeUborouirh, lias opened an ollleo the prize Bible offered by S. M. Owens ored. wore from Covington. There are moro with Dr. J. B. Bollards and Id roadv The revenue collections In this disto the most successful missionary of "v Covington uoys in tue comp.cn foi. ouMnots. M. W. Field, an occuIUt trict for the fiscal year ending June ."10, tho Presbyterian Sunday school. Four than from any town, bums the ulHoerao( Sl, LoulSf Mo t u ,1po ,,raotcinf j,,, months ago the pupil were given nick- lS'JS, aggregated 32,218,017.12 as are from Mlddlesboro and the company profession 81,032,19.3.1)7 for the year precedels and quarters by their teachers and was rained at that place It deserves the Men's Fine Suits 12, 113.50, $15, f 10.50 NOW FOR SIO. Look for your-I- t Farmers report theircorncropin fine Instructed to put their money to work ing. is a pleasure name of the Mlddlesboro company. condition, with Mattering prospects for At Williamsburg, Nelson Moore and self and he convinced. It costs nothing to loos through our lines. for God, and requested to report their to us to show our goods. Most of these recutita are either of early earing. The shrill whistle of the success u little girl named Montaigne were to the school on the 1st Sunday Irish or German descent. threshing machine Is heard In fields In July. Little Jamie had cold lead struck by lightning. Moore was serious50 Doubtless an outline of the duties of near town and the palatable new bispencils, writing paper and needles un- ly Injured, while the little girl was Suits made to order, cleaned and pressed. Bst 50c unlaundered Shirt in the coun- a soldier might bo of Interest to the cuit is just ahead. til his nickel had grown to 3 .21. Im- not much hurt. try. many elvltlaus who are totally Ignorant Mrs. A. S. Robertson, of Danville, Paul ,fc Son erected this week the agine the surprise und chagrin of some of the demands on a soldier. The first tlrst granite tablet placed in McKlnnoy of clrls. whn brnmrht back! was last Iween elected to . active . mem- -- - the i?rown ri ,,.. II.. r, . n .. bugle call Is at 6:30 and means to get cemetery. It stands at the heads of me national association oi To the first person sending us the neaiest goes to the exact number of votes retheir quarters with not a cent's In- - L ""! tend up and you must get up and bathe John S. Coulter and wife and Is a beau- crease when Jamie's report was reach-- ' Jocutionlsts, an honor rarely bestow- ceived by the winning candidate on the flnal ballot in the coming Congressional Convention, we will GIVE A FINE SUIT bo ready for roll call, which Is at 5:4i tiful piece of work, doing honor both CLOTHES- Make as maof ei lhe aclive membership being limit, ny guesses as ypu want. Cut this out, fill blank OF bring or send to us. and C. Fatigue (police) to the workmen and the memorv of the ed and read. Alas will It not be true and brenkfast nt In order t0 t upon the rolls mativof us when the final call BUttU d l call nl 0:lfi and second call at 7 when dead. no Is required to stand a very rigid ppCSl'C53rS3C3aE3C5r3ES3! come, that we have been only CU3lo. we start for drill. Dinner call Is at 12 John Hlbb came out from Ullan, 111., dlans and not Users of talents given us examination. Advocate. sharp and evening drill call at 3:30 r, last week and In four days succeeded In of God and, like the "unprofitable serName of Candidate Report comes that near Manchester, M.; supper is at S:30 and roll call at 0 l drumming up il colorud volunteers at vant," be forced to hear his awful de- an attempt was made to assassinate M. and we have on our logglns and this place. They are not to go to war, Minfinti rt Votes Gilbert Garrard by parties thought to fl nunciation? blouses to lo out on (Irons parade. If however, but to operuta n large rock be members of the Howard faction of LANCASTER. there happens to bo no dress parado a crushor In Illinois, for which valuable the feud. Garrard was y .Signature ., call" Is "blowod." Tattoo if. Forvico they are to rocoive $1.25 per tired at from ambush. His horse was "retreat Monday's rain did considerable damkilled, but he escaped without Injury. all), when there Is another roll call. day. Mr. Hlbb left with his compani- age A ttilrncc .. m in this county. Sugar Creek was i ..iiuivjy it.ii ...mm ..( Taps sound ut :15 when wo are all on the noon train Wednesday. Mr. Garrard Is a son of Gen. T. T. Garhigher than in years and destroyed rard. supiwsed to be In bed and the lights Last Sunday wook was "rally day" at considerable corn in tho bottoms and Chief of Police Holm on Friday must bo out. If you don't put them the colored Baptist church bore and at also washed away many water gates night captured the Negro, John Jen- , go to tho guard house. three sorvlcos held that day they raised out you may much fencing. kins, who tried to kill him out on the about 16 more calls, of which in cash ?2tl.2.'l, which sum will be used and There nre No, 136. DANVILLE, KY. The wheat crop lu this county is not Hustonvllle pike last week. This is the I know butllttle. Among thorn are the In completing their now house, which near so good as was expected, owing to Negro charged with baring robbed the sick call, call for the school of the non- is uow ready for the plasterer. Their the immense amount of smut iu it. Tl c residence of L. E. Rue and who escaped commissioned olllcers, commissioned Sunday school treasury is well supplied crops which have been threshed avoi- - f,.oul Helm alter an exciting encounter. officers' school, otc. with funds and the school, under the WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF duty three leadership of Willie Singleton, as aged about 20 bushels to the acre The Negro confessed and was held to I have boon on guard which Is about a Usual crop. the circuit court. Advocate. times since we have been down superintendent, Is doing a good work. The trial of Talbott Gill, which was Klchard Votaw, who had threatened horo. Thu duty of a sentinel Is to keep Mrs. Marlah McKlnnoy, who has to have occurred Monday, was postponto break up Preacher Bottoms' sanctl- constantly on the move of your "beat," been 111 for some weeks, has gotten up ed on account of the absence of Marlot no private of tho Second Kanwcky again. Misses Anna Dayton and Anna shal Newlaud, of Stanford, who is an tlcatlonmeetlngatCornlshvtlle, Mercer county, went there with two Colt re- Quite a variety of style, which we have reduced in price. These ate pass unless he bus a pass signed by the Huston are sick with intermittent feby the colonel. ver. Mrs. James (Jooch Is nuke sick important witness ami could not be volvers and executed his threat. Ills nice, clean, new stock, latest toes and colors. captain and approved ,. t. Ho will ti' triotl tnuiiv. Friiiav. ...if,.ni,.. ,..,, ..n.i.. uuu t UUUUUI3 .. I nn,l .vi. ....uu w "." IU. ...i .Ul. I'iiml. um II H ml nd. i. hlfl f, '.In. iff rin ilJ ' " "'""' V I'as all commissioned olllcer. Ui ...iu rnmlln.,! .n 1nut I....1 o. tl I I1UIUIU. iuu. asked some members to quiet him. course this Is done with a salutation on who has been sick for more than two jury. the part of both sentinel and otllcer. months, is still In bed. Mr. Durton Considerable uneasiness has beou felt Thomas Hale, aged 03, approached him And a Tan Shoe is the proper thin; to wear, as they are Cooler and In a friendly way asked him to Pass all visitors from other regiments operated a butcher shop in Stanford a here over the report In some of the and less trouble to care for than black. Send for them or call and we to tho number of four and pas nil short time last winter, after which he dallies that Capt. W. C. McFarlaud, of desist. Without a word, Votaw shot will take pWsure in showing them. In civilians. If any one tries to run the removed to this place and has hardly the 10th U. S. Infantry, was killed at Hale the chin, the ball ranging backward and killing him instantly. Mer-riis on thu outside and seen a well day since he come here. Santiago. Capt. McFarland Is a guard linos, or Atkinson, a young married mau, without a na. tho corporal of the Fortunately for him he Is u Maccabee of Mrs. W. J. Landram and The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DAl'VILLE, EY. was next shot, the ball penetrating tho of Editor Louis Languard Is called. If you want to be re- and a member of Lee Tent at this brother-in-lalieved you call, "Coriwral of the guard place, and tho Order Is paying him $S dram, of tho Record. However, the top of the breastbone and severing the No. - rollof." All are at liberty to a week during his conliucment, which report Is hardly credited as other aortu, killing him, too, instantly. His pass In and out from rottont to taps and Is gratefully received just now. Mr. papers reported him only slightly next aim was at Dr. Carrier. The ball passed through his coat and entered wounded in tho log. Mrs. McFarlaud after that tlmo no one passes. You Burton also carries a life policy. ' the back of Miss Julia Poulter, whom every one that tries to pats must halt D last to the I. J' Is In Now York, where her son, Lanlinos. If It is an olllcor you toll sickness und death have saddened the dram. Is In school. She wired her he bad attended to church. A steel thu him to advance and he recognlxod. If Inmates of several homes in the com- brother that she has heard nothing stay In her corset was struck by the ho proves to be an olllcer you pa- - him munity. Thu tlrst to succumb to tho from Capt. McFarland since the battle. ball before It passed through her body. Is little hope of her recovery. One of tho Co. H. boys was ou uard trim reaper hist wook was the bright Miss Margarot Murphy leaves for There an oftloor rode up little Mary Bastlu, aged two yoars and Chautauqua Lake, New York, this Miss Nora, the lit year old daughter of tho other night and Roy. David Campbell, pastor of the nnd the sontlnol crlod out, "Halt Thar, some week. Cholera Infantum did its week for a lengthy visit. Miss Alice Christian church, was sitting by her Who bo Ye?" "Captain." "Advance deadly work Inside a week and the sor- Hudson Is visiting friends in Washingcaptain and be reconciled." I withhold rowing parents, Mr. and Mrs. James ton City. W. J. aud A. M. Klnnalrd, father when she was shot in tho back, the ball passing entirely through her names for 1 would hato to have to Bastln, followed the body to Its present of Mlddiesboro, camo down to attend body and she will die. After accomsuch a mail. resting place In Ml. Moriah cometery tho funeral of their sister, Mrs. Hern-do- plishing his bloody work, Votaw defied joined tho nrmy to at Highland on Thursday morning. Tho Tho boys who Mesdames Dr. O'Neal and L. F. make money have found their mistake. writer conducted tho funeral service at Hubblo are visiting friends and rela ' any one to come uear him, exclaiming: s a free country, and I'm a free No one could save money here. the house, after which tho sorrowing lives In Verona. Miss Eliza Lusk, our "Tl11,8, he mounted his horse and rode Company 11. has been tho recipient procession moved slleutly away. The cniclcnt county superintendent, is ' v of a library of magazines, Journals, next to bo followed to tho "city of tho tending a camping party given by heri0 ' K JWV " novels, etc., by the good ladles of was our most esteemed friend brother, George, at Oregon this week. dead" POLITICAL POINTS, fS and If wo don't read now It and brother, J. Add Martin, whoso Prof. B. S. Gowen Is in Washington i The Democratic Congressional comwont be because we can't. Zack M. death occurred from lung trouble nt his attending the National Teachers' Assotl?. Thomas, formerly of Mlddleburg, is home near New Salem church about ciation. John Shea is in Louisville. mittee of the First district met Tuessecond sergeant In the Williamsburg noon last Thursday. He was above CO Miss .Maude A. Best, of Lincoln, Is day. The primary planned for July 16 company. Charley Ware, the bicycle years of age and one of tho very best visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Norrls. was called off, and Hon. C. K. Wheeler wus declared the of tho party rndn the races at H. Blankenshlp, 0 wo have ' riiimv whnIn Co. L.In Corporal H. D. men wo went, ever known. Two years Mrs. Is the guest of her of St. Charles, for Congress. The nomineu was harmonmeeting ii Liberty, la brother, W. J. Mo., ago at his request, to New White, of Hubble, returned to camp Salem Baptist church and organized a Romans. The following ladles compose ious and tho party organization Is lu This a hard thing to do 1nt nlifht. Judtro M. C. Snulley and Sunday school. Bro. Martin, being a a party of Eastern Summer tourists splendid condition. : Dr. Ed. Alcorn writes this to TTnn. 11. C. Warren, oue a tine old leading member of that church, his from this place: Mrs. Geo. Robinson, the Danville Advocate from HustonKenConfederate veteran, and both Misses Margaret Hackley, Anne Roys-toy people honored him with the oppositucky gentlemen, were welcome visiLizzie Hudson and Lena Rlgney. vllle: There seems to bo some of tho school. Ho proved to tion developing here against the Hon. mistook tors last week. Tho sentinel be a most faithful olllcer and as each They will visit Washington, Lake tho judge for a private and halted him succeeding quarter closed his steady Chautauqua and other points of Inter- J. B. McCreary, but It Is not of a serBut you can he comfortable and cost you but little, and was about to put him under arrest. step with measured tread was bent to est. Miss Naunle Gaines Is visiting ious, unrelenting character. If men xamlne his record during Ml judge was bathing on tho Insldu our humble ollico where ho always ML., Ilntli Wllllnnii.v In Cnmiibollsvllle. , will onl The . ........... ... i iWi and was ordered on tho outside of tho sought help to make his order for liter- Sergeant Will Walker, Ned Burdett "is pumic .lie, as tew mtstaices wm oe h a3.ln thatoJ any mo- .He Clakkxcb Colkman. ature to supply his school for tho next and Kirk Klrbv came home from . 'und. pipeline. uas ueen tnc most emcient three mouths to follow. Did he come Chlckamauga Wednesday. Will Is on u certaiuiy .: Confederate veterans of Lexing- with his usual congratulations as the week's furlough; Ned has received an man that Kentucky has ever had iu The ? Congress. A good delegation will go , - i . r ,o ..was, ton have proposed a big burgoo feust Jiiiiu- .. I, uutiricr eiuseu. .1... ios As honorable discharge to accept tho posi- from hero Saturday to lend a helping of as Incidental to tho proposed roturu .... the days closed the quurter his sweet, tion of regimental blacksmith, which hand at the convention. Vi tho Confederate foil. A letter was ad- christian spirit loft Its earthly tene position is a moro lucrative one and ir. dressed to Secretary Alger suggesting ment and soared away to realms of end- must be held by a civilian. Sinco the AJ Luster Coats at 11.50. Magnificent line of Th"urc'hichatter7 that, as Kentucky was a neutral State, less rest. Gone, gone, but not forgot- companies have been recruited to their : tho formal return of tho battlcllags ten. Besides friends, utmost without full strength, the soldiers will bo comAn Atlanta lunatic tried to assassin: could not take place In abetterStato.lt number, ho leaves a wlfo and Ct7 several pelled to drlvo tho company wagons, ate Rev. Sam Jones. .. is proposed to make tho event notable children to mourn his loss. Ho now thereby knocking Kirk out as ho was a Rev. M. T. Reed will preach at HebStraw Hats from 25c to f2. Look at them ,; by having some of tho great orators of sleeps In the Estes grave yard near his wagoner and not an enlisted man. They ron Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday School .': ' at 9:30. tho North and South join In tho speech-makin- former homo on Green river. Tho next report all tho boys In good health. Socrctary Alger wroto tho to die was our aged friend i Rev. R. B. Mahony will preach at aud neighe tho matter was In tLo Inspector William J. Preachersvlllo at 10:30 Saturday and promoters that bor, Campbell Duncan, whose death !l . Vlckery has recolved a Sunday. hands of Congress. e B. Crouch will preach a', the Parlia- was mentioned in Tuesday's I. J., and promotion In fho opinion of 'JSffl Rev. J. Tho clock at tho Houses of world. The needs no further mention here. Uncle olllcla!- - generally. Ho has just been church near J. H. Carter's store at 3 ment Is tho lurgest In tho Billy Terry, another aged citizen, is dials are 32 feet In dlamotcr. Tho pen- dangerously 111 at his homo near New raado Inspector In Charge for the V. M. Sunday. A Methodist church at Warren, O., dulum Is 15 feet long. Tho hour boll Is Bethel church on Green river. His States of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, high and nine feet In diamet- death lias been hourly expected with headquarters at Cincinnati. Tho wus wrecked by u storm during services, eight feet for ham-mpost Is a most desirable one, and Mr. but strange to say only one person was er, and weighs nearly 10 tons. Tho 400 pounds. moro than a week past. Ho is tho fa- Vlckery won It by meritorious service. hurt. alone weighs moro than ther of ox Assessor J. T. Terry, who Rev. W. S. Grlnstead will preach at V. Is the man who said that Mr. A metcorlto, described as half tho bus also been quite sick ut hid father's Mr.W. Rout and daughter mado the McKlnnoy next Sunday at I i M. and cathedral, London, is uizo of St. Paul's J. home. on the 3rd Sunday at 11 o'clock, Rev. e team ho ever saw. best said to have fallen at Port Alfred, In Rev. Mr. Marshall, of . W. G. Cram, of Wllllamstown, will Africa. It made a hole In the preached ut tho Presbyterian Danville, South church Onco moro wo regretfully noted tho begin a protracted meeting there. ground 50 feet deep, 120 feet long and Sunday afternoon. Rov. Geo. Rlngo absence from tho Press Convention of tho We offer a 00 fcot wide, which would inako It d and wifo, of Lexington, Drs. Georgo tho Nestor of Country Journalism, W. The presence of the soldiers at on rocord. It largest known meteorite to guard the Negro rapist, Bob Jeun, of Danville, and John B. Ro- - P. Walton, of tho Stanford Interior Boomed to bo solid iron. Bards, of this place, Mrs. John Tray- - Journal. Last year ho excused himself Blanks, during his trial Is said to bo T WnntuckvC. L. S. C, Lexington, lor and daughter, Miss Ethel, and Miss on account of a new baby. This is tho very exasperating to tho citizens, but Or Mr. 0: U faro from Cinclnm Tn omi tn Julvall nolnts In Kentucky,- Helen Thurmond wore guests at Mrs. baby's second summer, wo suppose. Cli- they arotonot likely to carry out their To close up the season. All we ask is to give ua a call. Opposite Watt Duddorar's Wednesday. threats over power tho soldiers and is there another baby? Richmond from .i Goooh and three youngest i max. ship them and the dead Negro to Gov. eoodtoJuly 10th returning, for salo Lula A. Bradley. 'Nother baby. children aro off on a two weeks' visit via tho Queen & Crescent Route. rogt-moot Who Will Be Next Congressman McCreary, Thompson or Gilbert ? Here's a Chance to Get a Suit Free. Straw Hats At Cents On The Dollar. "j - - -. -- 1 , m - . Baker-Howar- d txx:::2iZ2i2:2;2is:i Co., The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Telephone M , Tan Shoes And Oxfords For 1 Ladies and Misses. i nro-un- i, A 111 I r.... THE FAIRS WILL SOON BEGIN tt son-in-la- w CALDWELL & LANIER, w er 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. n. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I I at-,m- U1' Mid-dleabo- ro IP"" KEEP COOL I i I These 1 T n, superln-tendenc- Hot Days, ... - --- x- Linen Suits At $2.50 To $4. H. :: Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. 5 g. Post-olllc- J. McROBERTS. 4 well-deserv- ed post-olllc- er Overstocked. 1, Post-Offic- e. post-olllc- Until August '98, May-fiel- A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, i3. K. WEAREN A SOTV. f; J ! l W 1 Admiral Camara'9 lleet except three LAND AND STOCK, torpedo boat destroyer?, and including dato of tho Lebanon fair is Aug. another transport, entered the Suez 10 The11). to canal yesterday. The destroyers left John Adams sold to James Hunter a Port Said presumably for Spain. July S. 1S9S Stanford, Kv., Col. CoUon is having troubles of bunch of fat hogs at 3ic. "Warm Baby" is tho namo given a his own. Many of his men who went pacing Ally in Connecticut. W. P. WALTON. to Lexington to join his regiment and Wanted, to rent 40 to 100 acres of have some fun have had all of the lat wonderful change in Trices ol Groceries since tho announcement wheat land. Call at this olllce. ter they want and are deserting right The description of the great naval B. G. Thomas sold 30 thoroughbred of our opening, but and left. battle at Santiago Sunday, when CerSagasta says: "Though the Ameri- horses in New ork at an average of lleet attempted to get out of the vcra's 80. can warships may destroy our squadron bay into the open sea, reads more like Rubonstcin pacod throe winning lu the harbor, yot we will pursue the 10-Fo- ot fiction than reality. It was a bold dash heats In 2:00 to 2:10 at Hartford, war. There are In Cuba 100,000 men Conn. and the Spaniards fought with the desready to die In Its defense, but they When it come to the real thing Here are A Few Samplo peration of a life and death struggle, Banuocksburn, selling 10 to 1, boat will not yield." too busy to mention more All cither goods accordingly overcome after a desperbut they were Prices, Pink Coat for tho Sheridan stakes at Many of the American dead are said low. ate battle and in two hours the Spanish Chicago. to bo still lying in tho dense under Admiral was wounded in ono of his H. II. Bronaugh's Kitty B. celebragrowth where they may never bo found ted tho 4th of July by winning a arms, his snlendid shins, the Cristobal race $1. until they have become food for buz- at Laloula. Colon, flagship; tho VUcayn, the Almi- rante Oquendo and the Infanta Maria Intending to support the nomlneo zards. As tho lino of advance extended Kemp won tho National Handicap at Arbucklci' and all otlio Package Coffee go at 10c per Pound. Teresa, with the torpedo boat destroyers of the Danville convention for Con seven miles, the dinlculty of llndlng Latonia, with Performance second aud appreciated. 1- -3 Furor and Pluton, lie oh the Cuban gress, if even a show of decency is the fallen can be Elusive third. smoking hulks. made in his The Navy Department has contracted rocks, won tho Realization stakes Hamburg selection, the INTEKIOU 25o Cervera on the flagship, Colon, mado JOUKNAL has said no word against any with a wrecking company to save as at Sheepshcad Bay, defeating Plaudit, but ho had of the of the battered ships who camo second. the longest run for liberty, Good Family Vinegar, sour enough, nt 15c Gallon. Try cur candidates for the honor. We much as possible to give in and send up a white flag in prefer McCreary and have made no of Admiral Cervcra's fleet. Tho departV. M. Matheny touiht of Samuel the place of the lowered Spanish col bones in saying so, but if he is honora- ment hopes that the Cristobal Colon Duddcrar a thoroughbred hornless ors, isesiues tne aamirai, iu 01 uis bly defeated, we shall give the victor can be got off the rocks and that the Durham milk cow for $Cm. 24 round?. oilicersand 1,600 men are prisoners, our cordial support, without having to Vlscaya and Oquendo can be saved in Hunn tt Walker bought 20 fine mules while 350 of his men were killed and eat any crow either. Somo of part. in Cumberland county last week at his opLandry Soap, 2 Bars 5c. ICO wounded. And all with but the loss By the retirement of Admiral Kirk-lan- from $00 to $!0. Columbia News. ponents are trying to make the govannounces a numof ono American killed and two wound- ernor appear the president Fred Bishop bought in the West 1c. unworthy of democratic Matches ed. Admiral Sampson on his flagship, support, but after next Wednesday ber of promotions, which have nothing End a car load of butcher cattlo at 3 to JSett Stat Candle,;tc each. Good Hrooms, 10c. Good Wash Hoards, the New York, was off on a short cruise these men will either have to support to do with the war, Capu Sampson to 3jc and a bunch of lambs at 4 to 5c. 10c. Good Coal, Cheap Knough to burn, nt 9c Gnllon. among the number. and Commodore Schley was in immedi- him, dine on crow or go over Over 1,300 cattle from M. C. Mitch-ell'- s to the be commodore, command, but the victory seems to ate aJTNo compare thee prices with thoee 7011 have been paying and Sampson's present nominal rank is ranch in Arkansas .vere stolen enemy. have been due to the commanders of to the reliable Acting Rear Admiral, but that is only and sold in Louisville. Talton Embry then cotno all the ships, for they had to fight fc Co. got 231. Old ocean sends out another horri- a war title. without seeing the signals, so dense ble horror. The French Liner, La- It is not generally known, but it is The livery firm of B. G. Fox and was the smoke from the belching guns Bourgogne collided with tho ship, Cro- none tho less a fact, that profanity is Rice has been dissolved, Mr. Dolph ' on land and sea. martyshire in a fog off Sable Island forbidden by both the army and the Rice retiring. Mr. Rice may locate in J W. HOl'T, Manager. make good his threat and 533 of its 710 passengers were lost, navy regulations. Any soldier or sail- Danville. Advocate. Shaftcr did not to bombard Santiago, if it did not sur- including the captain. But one woman or who does not like to be sworn at has Main Street, Interior Journnl Ituildlng, Stanford, Ky. Mr. John Bright says that W. M. render in a given time. He seems to was saved, the cowardly men stabbing a right to make a complaint, and the Brigbt's wheat averaged 22 bushels have been bluffing and that the bluff and shoving them into the sea to keep offending otlicer is subject to trial by and he Is storing bis crop of GOO bushwas called. A lack of harmony between their own carcasses above water, while l. els in Baughman's elevator. him and Sampson, who rofused to force they fought among themselves for vanAdmiral Dewey's blockade of the J. C. Lynn sold to John A. Wood, of the harbor unless ordered to do so by tage place. A majority of the passen- Philippines threatens to create a cord- Garrard, 80 mountain ewes at $3.25 and the navy department, is said to have gers were French, but many were from age dearth throughout the civilized 25 extra Southdown ewes at $4. He been the cause of the failure to make this country. world. It has doubled the price of Man- also sold him a Shorthorn bull calf for good the threat. In the meantime, ila rope and twine in this country, and $30. Sampson seems to claim all the by doubling the value of Manila hemp Pando with 5,000 men has reinforced W. A. Tribble's mare, Kate Malloy, the Spaniards in the city, which will credit for the demolition of Cervcra's has made fortunes for manufacturers will be in the fair ring again this year, make it harder to take. Such inexcus- fleet, but in reality he had nothing to who had largo stocks in reserve. not in the saddle and combined class able delay means more loss of Ameri- do with it, being off on a cruise. Schley Few realize how many horses are re- but as a brood maro with her pretty can lives, but that counts for little to is the hero of the famous rout, fate quired in the United States array. Each NuthurBt filly by her side. those who run small risk of losing their seeming to have favored him, because battery of artillery requires about 100 Gentry Bros., of Lexington, bought Sampson had been promoted over him own. of different parties, 10 sugar mules, at horses, infantry regiments about 20 Unless the report that comes via Ma- on account of Secretary Long's dislike each, and cavalry regiments about $75 to $100. J. J. Hamilton, of LanThe incomparable ndvnndtsiges of our htore, both ni to Price and for accommodadrid be true, the bombardment of San- of Schley for a frivolous reason. caster, also bought 10 at from $00 to to 1,300. One hundred are required tion and honest treatment arc to plain, m indinputablo that customers are increasing tiago has not begun nor will It begin SUO. Richmond Register. The Hawalians are to be taken in for Gen. Mile's headquarters alone; Mr. F. Reld tells us that his U0 as never before. till reinforcements reach Shafter, who each field otlicer Is entitled to two horsis said to be signally unfit for tho posi- out of the wet. Tho Senate adopted es. acres of wheat averaged, according to tion he holds. It is said that he has the resolutions of the House annexing judges, u bo ut 20 bushels and he is This is tho way the tale was told at never been nearer than two miles of the islands by a vote of 42 to 21. Lind- Madrid: "The semaphore from Morro stacking it to hold for a rise. Last say voted no and Deboe yea. the front and that his management of Castlo to Santiago says the Spanish year he held and got $1.11. affairs wa& conceived in ignorance and NOTHING STARTLING YESTER- - squadron, after a cannonade with the Some of tho corn has been "laid by." been followed by blunder after blunder. DAY. showed no signs of injury, J. V. Mulberry, Sr., of Sadievllle, had Americans The situation at Santiago is said to be news of the 10 lambs killed by lightning. Daniel WHITE HOUSE COUNCIL. AGAINST UOM- - therefore the American deplorable and the people are implorrout of Admiral Ceryera must beutter- - Gano sold 120 old sheep and 70 lambs BARDMEXT. ing Linares to surrender and save life lyuntrue. Moreover, Admiral Cervera '& at $3. L. L. Hcrndon sold a lot of fat and property, but ho has not yet agreed MILES GONE WHERE HE SHOULD HAVE sqnadron is faster than Admiral Samp hogs at 3.(io and n bunch of good lambs to do so. BEEX ALL, THE TIME. at 4J. Georgetown Times. son's." The Rev. W. D. Moore, besides being marines fought nobly, but All the Wc intend making thi Nile the greatest bargain giving ofler ever attempted in THERE is no doubt that the McCreary AGUIXALDO PROCLAIMS HIMSELF PRESs County minister nnd Lt. Commander Walnwright, of the a IDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES. this vicinity. Wc have nlrendy been discovered by the bargain men are largely in the majority in this of thin citr Superintendent, knows something of and county but we propose to startle the country with wonderfully cheap selling county, but unless they are here to- HOBSON AGAIN BREATHES THE AIR OF converted yacht, Gloucester, seems to have headed the list. To that vessel sheep husbandry. He always has his during this sale. morrow promptly at 2 o'clock standard FREEDOM. belongs th'e credit for the destruction lambs in good order, and receives the time to assert themselves they will not Washington, July 7. Miles of both of the destroyers. She fired best price. This year he raised 31 lambs get their rights. There's going to be 1,400 shots during the chase, and it was from 29 ewes. The lambs were weighed and staff leave for Santiago toa hard fight even after the nomination not long before both destroyers were the 1st day of July, and the entire lot night. and all concede that the governor is averaged a little less than tU pounds. on fire and plainly disabled. Dewey cables that troops landed the strongest and best equipped man to In an interview., Admiral Cervera Anderson News. at Cavite. Aguinsldo proclaimed make the final race. But for combinaSam McDowell bought of A. E. Losaid that he left Santiago harbor behimself president. tions, which are always against the will gan 33 fat cattle, to go this month, at cause he received orders from Madrid .Vasiiixgton, July 7. White of the people, there would be no conWe propoM; to give fcway to our customers, absolutely freo of charge, in addition to leave and to go to Havana. He felt 4J. They will weigh about 1,600. It House war council decided not to test. Gov. McCreary is very close to was tempting fate, but ho obey is said that the "early" cattle In Boyle to our already low prices a vnlunblo and useful premium with every 110 "r 125 that it bombard Santiago or force harbor the hearts of the people and he will be ed orders. An otlicer of t.no licet says county are fully 70 jer cent, short of at present. nominated unless their wish is thwarted that 400 of Cervcra's men were killed the usual crop, and that there will also Washington, July 7. Lt. Hob-spby woulu-b- e politicians, who seem to n in Friday's lighting on shore, that tho be fewer late cattle. Anderson fr and men were exchanged and think only of defeating McCreary have bought several crops of wheat survivors were filled with brandy to get were wildly cheered by army and without thought of the final race, them on board again, and that most of at 05c. They bought 100 acres from navy as they passed through the which they had rather see won by a them were drunk during Sunday's bat- Lee & Johnson and a crop from J. K. lines. Ladies' Sleevelets Vests 4c, or 3 for 10c, republican than by the man who stands Indies' Crash Skirts OSc, Helm. Advocate. tle. 7. Shafter Washington, July Window Shades 10, 15, 25 and 50c, in their way. Often tried and never Ladies' Summer Coiets. 21c, Shafter wired that when tho news wires that high Spanish officers aro Under ShirtH for Men 20c, 2 for 30c, found wanting, always responding to Morgan Benzlcy killed a Men's Linen Suit and Hat 2 50, Crane. of the disaster to the Spanish lleet deserting the front at Santiago to .SiiHpendere 10, 15, 25 ami 50c, every call for help from the democrats crane on Logan o Creek, wJilcli wns Men's Linen Pants, (iSc, reached the front at Santiago, which five American camp. 2 Spools of John Clark's best thread 5c, of this county, they owe it to him to feet tall and measured six feet from Men's 50c Straw Hats 35c. Madrid, July 7. Rumored that was during tho truce, the regimental tip to tip. Table Oil Cloth 12c, give him overwhelming instructions Good Apron checked Gingham 3jc, band, that had managed to keep Its bombardment of Santiago has be Men's Working Shirts 20c and up. tomorrow and we believe they will do 25 I'ieces of Dress Lawn 1c, instruments on the line, played 'The gun. Ladles' Shirt Waists 25c, 80. Let every man who loves fair play Yard Wide Percale 0c, Banner1 and 'There'll Straw Matting 10c, and admires democracy, WAR ECHOES, Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton ic, Be a Hot Time in tno Old Town Hemp Carpet ic, combined with conservatism and gen Hope Cotton 5 jc, Louisville, Ky., men cheering from one end of Fort Monroe is to be made a great ' Lace Curtains 48, 72, OSc to f 2.50. uine statesmanship, make it a point to the line to the other. Officers and men, AMERICAN & EUROPEAN be here tomorrow and stand up for the military hospital. SyKeme:nler tho Bargain Counter for.ljc Calico, Cheap Shoe, Percales, &c, Wra. E. Cabbell, of Green, has been without even shelter tents, have been man who eminently possesses these big lot of Ladies' udd Mines' Fine Shoes to be closed at 75c. made adjutant of the 2nd regiment. soaking for five days in the afternoon qualities. A United States registered letter rains, but all are happy. The Ladies Restaurant is the finest in By combining with Beckham, Judge and money order e This isn't so bad for two weeks' the city. Every convenience for ladies has been the Garnett, of Adair, succeeded in get- opened at Baiquiri, Cuba. work: On Juno 21 the Ladrone Islands spending the sday in on city. olllce lloor. ueutlcnen (Jare ting his man, Judge J. P. Thompson, It is now said that Schley, instead of were taken; on June 20 a Spanish gunof Marion, elected on the 33th ballot Watson, may be sent after Camara, boat at Manila surrendered to Admiral THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, temporary chairman of the Lebanon Watson being sent to Porto Rico. Dewey; on June 30 tho first fleet of Manager. appellate convention. A very warm The number of killed and wounded In American transports arrived in the Music - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday T. D. RANEY, Manager. Lvcninw. time was experienced and the scenes the American army at Santiago up to Philippines; on July 1 and 2 tho Span of the nomination of a superior judge Sunday morning is now estimated at ish army was driven back into Santi Branch Btores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, CynthL an a, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabetbtown. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. there several years ago were 1,800. ago, its commanding general wounded Two reports on credentials were The War Department has forbidden and severe loss indicted on it and on Jusubmitted, but that of the minority was the playing of national airs in medleys ly 3 the fleet of Cervera was wholly devoted down. At noon yesterday the in the army, which seem9 to be a very stroyed and himself and hundreds of the. d body was as follows: Gar- foolish order. his men taken prisoners. VOIR UJ'G nett 49, Hobson 27, Beckham 27 and The president has Issued a proclama 1) Kelley 29. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tion calling on the people to mingle their thanks for our glorious victories v J. Coleman Neff and Mies Lena As usual there was a marriage dur- with prayors to God for continued sucPENETItATES were married at Richmond. ing the jaunt of the Kentucky Press cess. STATES Association. James W. Stuart, of the Mrs. Sallie Engram, of LaPorte, EIGHT GREAT Lieut. Hobson, the bero of the Elizabetbtown Leader, met Mrs. Cora is a nephew of Rev. J. L. M. Ind., tried to kill herself because her Kentucky, Tennessee. Virginia Georgia, HIvely, of Fort Wayne, Ind., at Lima, Curry. It is stated that bo has all his husband came home drunk. North and South Carolina, WhlP JM&S& M Alabama, Mississippi. O., for the first time and after a two life been a model son to his mother, James Asher, of LaG range, Mo., shot fmSSSlix days' courtship married her at Macki- who is a widow. his brains out because his daughter ran nac. Tho object of the baste is not Editor Desha Breckinridge, of the off with and married a man he didn't known and let us hope that the pair Lexington Herald, left for Washinglike. will never know repentance at leisure ton Sunday night, and from there goes Between Louisville ani' the South. Aaron Smith, of Cincinnati, deserted or other time. to Santiago to become an aide on Gen. his wife when he found out that her J. C. Breckinridge's staff. mother was preparing to come and live DAILY TRAINS The Louisville Post anxiously inThe Spanish have sunk the Relna with them. quires "What is democracy?" Tho Mercedes, the last of Cervora's cruisEach way between Louisville and Lexington need of such information has been ap- ers, in the mouth of the Santiago harL. R. Hughes begun school at Row-lau- d W. A. TURK, O. I A., parent in that establishment for some bor to keep Sampson out, but it is said Wustilozton. D. G. Tuesday with GO pupils. His sisW. 11. TAYLOE, A. G. P. A. time. ter, Miss Myrtle, is assisting him. that it is not completely blocked. Louisville, Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - In response to Col. Castleman's inn-- 1 endoes with reforence to Gov. Brail-- J ley's obstruction of the speedy muster ing in of tho 1st regiment, the governor fired a bitter broadside into the colonel's port side and accused him of falsehood and other things, for which insults men have died to wipe out. The governor is mighty handy with a pen and when ho dips it in vitrol he writes down words that sizzle and bum. On receiving tho letter, which is published in the dailies. Col. Castleman de nounced Gov. Bradley us u blackguard, a liar, and a disgrace to his position, and his flute player, Gen. Forrester, as a miserable parasite and scoundrel. Matters look sanguinary, but we hope if the gentlemen want to spill blood they will go and make it pour out of Spanish veins, Instead of then- own - Scared Up? sugar, But They Can't Touch us Pole, With a 17 IDs. Best Granulated shell-ridde- n, lb Fine CaraPure Leaf Lard, 8 Gallon. mel Drip Syrup, Pine Family Flour At 63c a Sack, Best for d, 200 Best for Blue Grass Grocery. -- 4 Court-martia- Everlastingly Giving The Most For The Money ! 1,-2- J ! 1 Read, Read. A General Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store FIFTEEN DAYS 7 cci-kcr- n first-clas- tip-to- p Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Leaders, No Baits And No Catches. pur-chuaso n Spll-ma- Read These Prices ! t Star-Spangl- rock-ribbe- d LOUISVILLE HOTEL To-Nigh- t,' post-ollic- The Louisville Store. i Southern Railway dead-locke- The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearings. JtrtWx Cor-nells- on Mer-rima- c, ltBcs tk Through Sleeping Cars THREE FOR SALE BY V. D. BRIGHT. T ESK3KE5C bSh t'. f. JlnnQi .ttmmm ir- - iH'i; t .. , m "T,"' .J " 7- - - --- " Wn.''"Y ". : i to J. II. Bauqiiman it Co. will more Agreeablo to promise Judge. Sauflcy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL yesterday to visit Mrs. 3. M. wheat again. See them. ordered a grand jury summoned the Logan. next morning und the following were I want to buy your wheat. Will sworn: Dr. J. K. VanArsdalc, H. J. give market price. Sec mo before you Stanford, Kv., July 8, 189S LOCAL HAPPENINGS, McRoberts, A. C. Carman, A. C. Dunn, sell. D. S. Carpenter, Hustonvlllo. W. T. Saunders, Thomns Rankin, J. CHEAP threshing coal, J. II. Uaujrh" Family Flour 2.i lbs for "0c, and pat- E. Wright, J. W. Hayden, Weedcn T. E. C. Walton, Busings Maxaoi'k. man fc Co. ent foc, colTco 10c a package, granula- Smith, Thomas Best. D. C. Peyton and Fkuit Jars, Conn and Jelly Glares ted sugar 17 pounds for $1, and other J. T. Harris, who found a true bill for Ovkk s 4carefully i9,o00 prescriptions havo boon nt Warron A: Shanks'. goods in proportion. A. B. murder against Stephenson, another for and correctly led ut Tunny's murder against John Smith, who is alFlorence. Drug Store. Youra will rccoivu tho Coal oil stovks from .0c to 915 . leged to have killed the Negro woman same Ircutmcnt. each at Warron it Shanks. Shot Himself. Eb Cooley shot and Jemima Nelson; ono each against Win. painfully wounded himself In tho stom PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Have your eye tostud and properly ach at Crab Orchard Monday night, Lowis and John Smith, both Negroes, Out of suits that cost from f 10 to S12. Call at once and get first choice as these fitted with glas-o- s uat Craig i: Hook- while resisting the marshals who were for malicious shooting and wounding, Goods will not last long nt the price. W. II. Shanks lias joined his wife ono against Chris Hutchison for assault er's. In Madison. trying to disarm him. His pistol waB on Stephenson and another a'gainst Crab Orcliiu-d- , Ivy. Mlts. Mautiia Lackkv returned to Bid DltOP. 12 and 16c porcaloa and secured, however, and he was jailed. Bennott Thomas for cutting him. Gallatin yesterday. madras cloths nronoiv lOu. Severance An effort was made to indict the The county mass convention will asA. II. Skvkkanck wentovor to it Sons. semble at 2 o'clock, standard time, to- leaders of the mob, but ai usual no- Wednesday. body Will sell at public auction Monday morrow, July 0. If you are for McCreary done. knowed nothing" and It was not Ms. William Moiiuland is visitmake it known by being hero promptat 2 o'clock n good phaeton und gentlo ing friends in Somerset. The trial was called that afternoon ly to bo counted for him. Tho opposiDft. J. P. I'llYTON is spending a few pony. A. B. Florence tion Is inventiug all kind? of schemes and after some difficulty In obtaining days nt Dripping Springs. And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of I am needing the money you owo mo to fool tho unwary. Don't be caught by the jury, the following were sworn: G. Mlts. T. A. Itici:, of Cmnberltind and hope you will come in at once and them but stand for the governor, first, E. Alford, J. G. Baugh, C. F. EpperGap. is hero with relatives. son, W. M. Beck, J. P. Riffe, L. C. settle. U. C, Ruply. last and ull the time. Mlts. llAKMAN STITT, of Milleraburg, . Carpenter, W. G. Cowan, A. B. Is visiting Miss Uuttio Harris. We are selling gasoline and coal oil It looks like the Farmers Bank it W. K. Shugnrg, J. A. Givens, JONKS and Kn, Elliott, stoves at actual cost. Guaranteed JOHN I Trust Co., of Stanford, will not bo able G. C. Keller, Jr., and T. A. Coulter. Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable prices, also n complete lino of went over to Lexington Tuesday. Hlgglus it McICinney. to reduce Its capital after all, SecretaStephenson testified that on the the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. MISS 1'ATTV ALINK MC'I'lIKltSON, of ry of State Finlcy claiming that It can morning of the killing Tilford came Louisville, Is visiting friends burc. Death. Martha Severance, little not do so without the consent of the up to him and asked him to let him see Mlts. Many 1 Gill, of Danville, is daughter of Thomas Farmer, died of State. The result will likely be that a base ball bat he had, to which he asthe guest of Mrs. A. W. Carpenter. brain fever after a long Illness, Wed it will go into liquidation and be reor- sented. Tilford remarked "I'll get my Mil ani Mlts. G. II. Wbakkn have nesday. ganized aa n $100,000 National Bank. gun and 6ee you later." Just before m returned from a visit to Lexington. Call at Higglns it McKlnney's and Smallpox In Lauiiel. Judge Al the killing occurcd Stephenson claims, E. A. ALlittluiiT, Secretary of the bcc tho Wheeler it Wilson ball bearing corn tens us tnat a lauy irom tne that Tilford came to him again and llrodhcad fair, was here yesterday. asked," aro you the d n son of a b h Mits. Daisy JJaki'i, of Klngsvllle, sewing machine; rotary motion; no South, who, it was supposed had meas- that drew a knife on me?" throwing shuttle. les, stopped at a house four 'miles from is the guest of Mrs. Cicero Roynolds. his hand back to his hip pocket. Thia London, and at another 11 miles. It DON Victou RALLOU went over to BOH HAIL'S Somerset Bauklng Co. and alarmed him, and be fired the fatal Cincinnati yosterdny to hitvo his eyes declared per cent dividend for the turns out that she had small-po- x wven cases arc already developed. Ov shots. Hart Hockcr, colored, bore treated. last six months and paid expenses and er 100 persona had a chance to catch Stephenson out in a portion of his testand Miss heavy taxes. MltS M. S. DAUOHMAN imony, and swore that Tilford asked the loathoomo disease. Kate Haughman are at Crab Orchard him with an oath if he had not drawn Estkay. A black mare mule, 14J Springs. At the sale made by Special Com a knife on him. The prosecution broke Mil Pukston L. Beck will enter- hands, left my place Filday last. Will missioner Dishman of the Laurel Cir down Stephenson's testimony and tain bis friends at his homo Tuesday give $f reward for her return. Murk cuit Court on July Ath, the Altamont proved that there bad been no trouble Hardin, Stanford, evening. Manchester Railroad was purchased by between the two. Miss Jennie McKinney, of the A "very wanton case of murder was Cnpt. W. B. tho L. it N. R. H. at $10,000. The road Reciiuits West End, was the guest of Miss Penny, of Co.Wanted.be In Stanford, is .1 miles in length, and has hereto- made out. The Negro is trying to play B., will Esther Hureh. Saturday, July 0th, recruiting for the fore been assessed by the R. R. com- the insanity racket by singing and Mlts. W. A. TltliuiLi: and ton, Jas. S. V. Infantry. Those who con- missioners at $o,000 per mile, butat the moaning in the court-roo0th which tho Pickett, are visiting her parents In We will offer Summer Goods at template going into the service should sale was appraised at $.'!,000 per mile. judge promptly stopped. The speaking Mnson county. began shortly after noon and Col. Hill, call m Dr. E. J. Brown's olllco between MISS LfCY ClIANCULLOIl Is back Fatally Blmined. Borum, a little the hours of 8 a. M. and 5 I'. M., Lan- son of Jonas McKenzle, of Mt. Vernon, Welch and Owsley spoke for the Comfrom a pleasant month's visit to friends monwealth and J. R. Bush and J. P, caster street. In Indianapolis. was finally burned Tuesday afternoon. Puxton for tho defense. All made good d Dr. E. J. Brown, who wus there, was speeches, MissSauii: LlLLAltl) has returned Little James, the bright that of Mr. Bush, which was called and with the other doctors did from Danvlllo and is with hor aunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter C. his maiden effort, being highly compliMrs. Mary Craig. died Wednesday from the break- all they could to save the little follow, mented. Mlts. MoNTIB FOX and daughter, of ing of a while suffering but he died tho following day. Up to Tho case was given to tho jury Danville, are visiting at hor brother, with the whooping cough, and was bur- the time the doctor left it was not yesterday afternoon and in less than 15 Prior to our usual invoice Aug. 1. Come to us for your needs. J W. Haughman's. led here yosterdny. It was their only learned how the boy's clothing caught. minutes returned n verdict of death. Menhfhe leaves this child, and thoi-- who ever felt a paMiss Bessie Insane. Aunt Hannnh Carjenter, The Negro showed no signsof emotion. morning to visit friends In Chicago, rent's love can deeply sympathize with colored, and about SO years old, was de Crab Orchnrd people applauded, but 111., and Columbus, O. thorn In their sorrow. clared Insane by u jury In Judgo Sauf-ley- 's the judge quickly had it stopped. Mil Clint Jbnicins, of the West The trial of John Smith, for killing court Wednesday morning and Foil Safekeeping. Deputy Sheriff End, who was n gallant soldier under "axr--- : vi a y'xrmiordered to the Lexington Asylum. Jemima Neison, was called at the conWilson, of Leslie county, brought hero M5iC Gen. Wolfoid, Is very ill clusion and will progress today. Deputy Sheriff C. B. Owens and MarW. II. Pkttus workod several for safekeeping Henry Pennington, Mil shal Joe A. Shannon, of Crab Orchurd, tlnvH for Airent J. S. Hive, while that who killed Henry Coots In that county MT. VERNON, in April. At his examining trial Pen- took herover, along with Mrs. Annie gentleman nurcod hit. sore hand. aged 50, who was alto The lime kiln will be fired in a I). II. Sl'THKKLANl) and wife, of nington was hold without bail, but Baxter, white, Nancy Proctor, of made his escape from the jail ntllydcn. declared insane. Farlston, and Mrs. The Adams Grove p'enic waa a sucMl. Vernon, were guests at II. P. Mar- He was caught n few days ngo, when it DEATH. cess. About 1,000 people celebrated wus deemed best to bring him hero untin's. GEOItGE STEPHENSON TO 11 E HUNG FOB the 4th there. Mil T. W. Cook, ol the Louisville til circuit court there. MUItDF.lt OF JOE TlLFOItD, The Rockcastlo Stone company haa Post, was hero yesterday helping AGED 13. THE following officers were installed secured Immense contracts in Now Agent Everett Hall Increase his circuat the meeting of Stanford Lodge, No. Lynching Pkevented. When wo York City. More than $100,000 worth lation. 1.M1, I. O. O. R, Tuesday night: A. A. went to press Monday night, there was of stone will be furnished. ANO MAHY AND FKE3II LINE OF- UtOINIA MlSSBS V. G.: prospect of an There has been considerable delay in RlCMAUO RlCIIESON, of East Warren, N. G.; Robert Lewis, immediate lynching of MASTEK B. Mershon, Gcorgo Stephenson, tho Negro, who getting telephone connection between St. Louis, are visiting Mrs. Nannie Ed Wilkinson, Sec; J. C. Sine, C; J. T. Jones, T.; killed Joe Tilford at tho Crab Orchard this place and Stanford, but wo are Trens.; Snulloy. R. S. to N. G.; William fiag raising. A mob of 200, headed by promised it now within tho next five Missbs Hiioda LUNSFOitu, Nannie A. S. Johnson, Stone, L. S. to N. G.; Morris Fred, I. the Kings, Walllns and Rlgsbya, of days. VunDevcor and Maude Varnon went to Our town council has passed an ordiLexington Tuesday to attend the Chau- G.; Peter Strmib, O.G.; J. A. Allen, Rockcastle, seemed determined to hang nance against marble playing. The Chaplain. tauqua. him, but Sheriff Owens, assisted by 6ee noxt town Cait. W. H. PENNY and Sergt. The Blue Grass Grocery is now open Judges Sautloy, Bailey, Welch and the hog and election will probably marditto will arriva from James M. Snulloy for patronago. Mnnager F. W. Weck-esso- r police of Crab Orchard, finally suc- ble advocatca and vice versa. y to get recruits for tho Kno.willo and Alfred Boner camo up from ceeded In getting tho excited men R. S. Martin and son, Hugh, or Brod-heacompany. Danvlllo Tuesday and with tho assls quieted and making them agreo to let are in Louisville for a few days. Mkssus. John J. Elliott and W. tnnce of tho local manager, Mr. J . W tho Negro be taken to Stanford unmoMrs. Rosalind Nesbitt is visiting her P. Higglns, of Casey, and A. Hender- Rout, and Miss Sue Rout, had the fine lested, not however till Judgo Bailey sister, Mra. Flnnnagon, nt Bosworth, Call And See Me. son, of Rockcastle, all good friends of stock open bv yesterday morning. men to be The had ordered a posse of Mo. Dr. Doores was up from Crab Tuesday. this paper, wore in town scut from here to the rescue. Both of store-roohas been painted inside and Orchard Tuesday. Mrs. James Moore, Dlt. Lek HUFFMAN'S patrons are deout und with tho neatly arranged goods tho judges made strong appeals to the of Madison, is visiting her parents, lighted to know that ho Is sulllelently can hardly be beaten anywhere. Read mob to let the law tako its course, and Mr. und Mrs. James Crawford, near recovered from his Illness to bo out JW.iHH and see If every promlso Judge Saulley promised a speedy trial, Brodhead. J. K. McClary attended advertisement again and at his olllcc. Lex. Loader. but for along time the men would listen E33S5EBSEEXS52&EB& is not fulfilled. tho picnic on tho 4th. This is Mr. Miss sue Rout will bo one of the to no reason and threatened if the prisfirst trip out for muny ycurs. Grass Grocery, Dlt. J. G. Caiu'EN'teh has had a gav- oner was not given to them they would clerk In tho Dluo M.Turpln and wife, of Hazel Patch, rifV--' everybody will be elad to know. Jerry el made out of wood from the door fac-o- f dynamite the jail. It was a most excit O. yi" visited relatives In this county first of Adams, of Huotonvlllc, will nlso havo u was built in ing lime and had tho officers faltered Carpenter fort, which week. T. J. Cress nnd family havo clerkship. 1770. Tlie handle is from n spoke of In tho least u lynching would have re- the moved to Ino, where Mr. C. will teach Mil AND Mlts. G. C. Riffe and the buggy he used in organizing tho sulted. Tho Negro claims that he bhot of Chicago, ia daughter, Miss Crete, of Hustonville, South Kentucky Medical Association. Tilford by mistake, that he hud had 6chool. Frank Dillion, Miss Neva Williams It is trimmed with silver which is en trouble with a man named Mason and visiting Livingston. Judgo McCluro woro the guests of Saturday and Sunday. Miss Williams graved with tho doctor's name, the thought ho was shooting at him when and James I. White have returned from Camp Corbin, whero they went had been their guePt for some weeks. dates, itc. Mr. F. G. Brady made tho he put three balls into Tilford, killing to see that the Rockcastlo boys were Hurrodsburg Sayings. gavel, which is a beauty. It will bo him instantly. After he shot he ran made comfortable. John Livingston ADDAMS and used MIL AND MKS. A. for tho first time by Dr. R. and 20 or more bullets were fired after Mi and James Tucker, of your county, aro Mi daughter, of Frankfort, and Miss Hollo T. Ramsey, president of the society him. Nono hit him, but some fellow Livingstou. R. E. Mauu Haldeman, of Louisville, aro visiting named, at tho meeting at London, gave tho Negro a savago stab after visiting friends at aro out from GarBuchanan's at Crab Or- when Dr. Carpenter will present It to Marshal J. A. Shannon and Policemen Thompson and wife nt Mrs. Jane Rev. L. M. Scroggs, who haa chard and Tuesday drovo to Stunford, the society. At thia meeting Dr. E. Jim Jones and Harvo Holdam had ar- rard. conducted Mt. Vernon Collegiate Instiaccompanied by Miss Jean Buchanan. J. Brown, of this place, will read a pa- rested him. He was tho worst scared via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points has answered tho call for volun Ned BUIIDETT, who belongs to Capt. per on 'Abnormal Labor" and Dr. Car Negro over seen and when he arrived tute, and joined Colson'a regiment. south, to the Duncan's Co., L., is up from Chlcka-maug- a penter will discourse on "Technique at the jail at 9 I. M., he waa nearly in tecrs S. D. Lewis, who is now at Camp Lieut. to spend a few days with his of Hysterectomy." a state of collapse. Trans-Mississip- pi Corbin, Lexington, sent three men no tells us that John brother here, Col. T. P. Hill tells us that it was the back hero to recruit more volunteers. VoKilled the Bhute. Richard Carter, who wont from tho Turnere-vlll- o most trying time ho ever saw. More Rockcastle will probably furnish a full ist. Exposition, Omaha, June section, la at tho point of death taw, tne uenu wno Kiueu several per than 200 excited men were howling for company, which could have been dono sons at the Cornlahvillo salification with consumption. .the life of the prisoner and for a long girl then, meeting, an account of which appears time would listen to no reason. When at first had Lieut. Lewis been authorAlthough a very small ized to do so. Misses Sallio Linton and ia dead with his boots Mra. M. C. SauOey remembers well on our first page, International Meeting, Buffalo, July ho attempted to quiet tbem, they chid-e- d Mary Fox, two bright and attractlvo Gen. Shaftor, who is In command at on. Sheriff George W. Coulter and him for clearing so many murderers Louisvillo girls, are visiting relations Santiago. Ho was In charge of troopa Chief of Police G. T. Holm, of Dan and said ho would get this ono off if ho T. B. Lair and wife wero up at McMlnnvlllc, Tenn., during tho war ville, ran on him near Parkavlllo and got a chance. Ho asked them if they here. Livingston Monday. Billy Fields from oven by tho ordered him to surrender. Ho attempt und waa highly thought of Coaclave, Indianapolis, August would havo him do otherwise than put opened his Livingston Hotel. UnSouthern sympathizers. Ho was known ed to get hia pistol and aa ho did so two up the best fight for hia clients and has cle Henry Rice, ono of our best citizens, barrels of buckshot from tho gun of then aa 'Old Bill." promised that If tboy would desist he haa charge. J. W. Nesbitt haa returnFniENDSof Rowan Sauflcywlll be the sheriff entered his miserable car would prosecute tho prisoner. Good ns Virginia. Mrs. W J. Sparks and 1898. delighted to know that on tho recom- cass, killing him instantly. It la a poor hla word ho ia doing so, together with ed to Cincinnati, O., September children, after a brief visit hero, have Brad-e- y atonement for hla bloody work. Pity Col. Welch, who also made the same mendation of Col. Galther, Gov. b returned to Livingston. W. J. could not have been pro- promise. Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to haa appointed him Sergeant Major hia agonica haa sold out hla interest in the C. Rlaearson, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., for free Tho ottlco la tho longed for day8 with certain death W. It ia said that Eb Cooloy did more of tho 2nd Regiment. quarry to James I. White, and Books, flaps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates highest non commissioned in tho regi- always boforo him. Tho governor had than any ono outside man to quell the 6tono will return to Galveston to resume hla $200 for hla body gand full information. mob and help tho prisoner off safely, ment and tho promotion is highly offered a reward of ia hoped the gallant officers after satisfied that it waa best to let the old position with tho Santo Fo railto the excellent young and and it complimentary road. law tako its course will get it. man. Mlts. M. C. SAUFLEV'-wen- t Mid-dlcsboro 1 ih m ,i' - BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! f f Black, Clay, Worsted, M hi first-clas- 11 1 m AT ONLY $2.50. W. 1 - E. PERKINS, Ntoh-olattvil- lo HEBE I t m m y, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, e. CRAIG & HOOKER'S. It .'1 Me Moiee - t SALE. 1 l. -- $ three-year-ol- San-didg- e, Greatly Reduced SEVERANCE Prices ! blood-vos?- ol at-:.".- e & SONS. - few-day- s. Stanford Female College, Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. -- m 1 ,. m Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. MARK HARDIN, i a to-da- d, Every Thing Way Down. STANFORD. ? X l' m Mc-Clnr- fla 4 M 1 to-da- y Low Rates I. 14-1- ' - B. Y. P. VI 4 I 7. Knights Pythias 0, 22-3- 9. G. A. R. Encampment New-com- ft R Klijiil alrYftTii6SafeyHjfc " !$ f&4ii- - , gfr i ,T, jP!"""'lWiv " fM'l-J.W- m tT-- Tprri . 4 .nt 4r' THE IMTEEUORJOUfiHAL u.Tsliela.ea'Xvt.ooAa.yo and Xri&o.v -- AT- i. No. 24 ( Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Mr. MlllersburfT has beeu relegated to a W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrnnce, 4th class Providence, 1. I. He says: "For sever It is estimated that $40,000,000 in pold al years I have beeu almost a constant dust will arrive from Klondike this sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent Summer. attacks eompletly prostrating mo and Swift & Co. will build a refrigerator rendering me unfit for my duties at at Santiago to keep meat for the Amer- this hotel. About two years ago a travican army. eling salesman kindly gave mo n small An excursion steamer at Beverly, bottle of, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Mass., foundered on the 4th and eight and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my lives were lost. surprise and delight its effects were Thomas Moran slept on the L. it N Immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms tracks near Cynthlana and lost both of the disease I would fortify myself legs. He will die. against the attack with a lew doses Gov. Bradley has pardoned William of this valuable remedy. The result has Montgomery, aged 15, sent up from been vers satisfactory and almost com Green county for forgery. plete relief from the alUlctlon." For Andy Allen, an engineer, was run sale by Craig & Hocker, druggists. over ami killed by a train at Ford. He Cool Wisconsin Resorts.-Th- e was drunk and had fallen on the track. Monon Route via Chicago Is the proper The miners1 convention at Salt Lake City advocates the establishment of a line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., department of mines in the National Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphlets, rates and time tables for all re government. sorts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and The Hotel Latham, at Hopklnsville, BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. post-olllco. mid ATfVIITm? U 1 1 Luti i A Beautiful SARCH KiMiNvewrTS QUKlNOCOOKMCr'7 riRM inured tlirrounty court In iIImIii ni frniu tlm relca me from nil llaltlllv mi nximnt tmt and II . Jl tlirrvof. lll.t.M, AmUnee f A 1' Mol-erly- Hrlnniiiil final tettlpment m Jf A P. Mnlxrlr Mti(Mtincd that It U tut loiter In Hip Inter-of tin- estate to Vrri ttio mUtnfiit vii I have I I t - LB AW When not sop.ilil23C.CO will lie charged. Present M the mum Ky. session or Wesleyan Academy i SRM KENTUCKY CENTRAL time CSRl). MttJ aiAK UD GOT! KItl ui 3TTF M0 KCE . "t DIVISION. M KIUMB ITtM rww ! w.in Mini i pao i vr ni THIS er WILL nALr Ko. 5 Arrrlvcs at Stanford at 1:03 a. m. Stanford at - 2:l A. M. 4 D.O. No.2l Arrives at Itowlaud at Stanford at - 3:W r. M. No. 2! KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. Train going North :?.C.r?UN6ER MOStf FREE for a few months to ail users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that rou may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and economy arc true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of i. At BuriiHiclc, Ky , Bogins Thursday, Sept. 8. ruining The Arndi'inv 1'nculty of KiMrleiicil Excellent courses otlored In Lntln. Orei-k- , German. Trench. Enflh. Mathematics lllstiirv. Miisi'. Ortitorr ninl l'liXsl.-a- l Hoarding Terms nmderiite Culture N all th.it could bo wished In way particulars of comfort mid convenience mid Catalogue, address the Prlm-lpa- Ttachirsull rir fr graduates, l.iiiollineut lint yeiirt"1 sos-do- hat I'uH lr ! No. 25 No. 23 No.2 " " " " outh " - J2 2 12 43 a m 4laui 12, pai 37 p ui GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $io,coo originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only 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. Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. 31 JA.ME.SC DOM.KV. 1 A ExcurHloi: Rates CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, MA Forallirolnts. RO'JGH TICKETS SOLD. I1AUOAUE CHECKED THROUGH. For any Information enquire of JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. a. Trains leare Frankfort at 0:30 a. m. and 3 p. t., connecting at (Jeorgetown with Q. A C. and reaching Paris at S:tO a. m. and 5:10 r. i. lave Paris i. v.. connecting at Oeorce-tow- n at a:20 a. m. and with Q. A C. und reaching Frankfort at 11:55 . 7:ao&Mpi A. G r. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. :r u ili Kentucky, subject the aged 40, killed Marie Dan-ie- , ocratic party. 9 who refused to become his wife afRoyal makes the food pure, - HON. THOMPSON, B. ter he had bought her from her par'wholesome and delicious.; Of Mercer, is a caudldato for ents. for Congr- e- lu the Eighth Congressional Chicago was without dally papers for District of Kentucky, subject to the action nearly a week on account of the strike of the democratic party. of the stereotypers, all of whom have Wo are authorized to announce STANFORD, KY. been discharged and their places filled with non union men. W. K Carlisle, son of John G. Car- Of MadNou County, a candidate for Conlisle, died in New York of typhoid gress In the Eighth Congressional District fever. He leaves a wife and four chil- of Kentucky, subject to the acttou of tho democratic party. dren. This is the second son Mr. Carlisle has lost in a year. Toll-Hous- e J Mrs. Martha Reynolds, of Blue Springs, Ark., was so rejoiced at the I will sell at public outcry the news that her husband had been left a POWDER and about One Acre of Land on the Stanbig sum of money that she has not been ford & Lancaster Turnplko Iload on County In Absolutely Pur Court Day In July, Monday, 11th, lfJ. Snio able to sleep for over a month. OP BROOKLYN. made In frout of "the During a public wedding on a bridge will boterm will be madu known. when D. IV. VAXDEVEEK. Pros. over the Mohican river uear Shelby, BAKlfia PODIB CO., HEW YORK. : O., on the 4th, the structure gave way T and 1,000 people went pell moll into the .Co., oij Scotland. stream. Four were drowned and 100 or Of Land, Stock And Cr:p. more badly hurt. KOUNDItD IHOfl. Ai I want to sell out, I will on Ed Weaver, who was indicted for MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. gsas-??participating, with 10 other men, in an Saturday, 16, 1898, : , B. assault upon Mrs. Gleason, has given Oirer for sale at mv homo on Cednr Creek. 2 Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd himself up. He Is wealthy. After the miles from Crob Orchard, on the turnpike Porters indictment he disappeared. It was said leading from Crab Orchard: to Stauford, the table. Everything following property, lt 89 meet all trains. that he went to Germany, but he was 100 Acres of Land on Fall Lick C. hiding in Ohio. He has applied for Creek, lu Lincoln county. This Is one of tho A. S. PRICE, bond. Mrs. Gleason has a judgment best farms In the nelghltorhood: with good buildings of all kinds on It 211) ACHES ON against him for 33,000. .Surgeon SAME CHEEK. In Garrard. Alo threo The n young hares In 100 ACHE, known as the btone William O'Neill, a Dentist, 4TTTTTCE man of Lexington, was dangerously cut farm, on Dl.v Hlver, adjoining Green Ilrlar ACHES In In Springs, and a half Ky. oy bnerman Lower, of Aiancnester, a Garrard Co. This IsInterest well tlruliercU land. 50 Self-Foldin- g Stanford, Ky., Golden's company. acres at my farm at Cedar Creek. Any perOffice over McRoberts' Drug Store In theftOwsley member of Capt. UulUiuj. He made a remark In a saloon retlect- - son vrantlngto buy anyof thcsetractsshould call on mo before "the bale and I will show Ih Receiving IiIn And ing on the regiment. Collier resented show them over them. Will also sell I Saw combined; In good repair: 7 Mill it, and in the difficulty which followed, and Grist Milk Cows, Calf, uiulo Colt, 2 Goods. Horses, 2 stabbed O'Neill in the side and cut his Iluggles, 2 Spring Wagons. Horse Wagon Goods Warranted. jugular. x, Interest In 20 acres of corn In Held, lot of TINNING & PLUMBING, throat, narrowly missing theannounces Millet and Cane, pair Stock 6Scales, lot of The Lexington Leader Fit Guaranteed. mill, or S hogs, lot blacksmith tools, cane STANFORD, KY., that since Desha Breckinridge has gone Lumber, Shingles and Hoards, Household ti. Give Him a Call. Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Ac. Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing to war, Ernest Helm is the managing My farm on Cedar Creek contains 50 acres and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's editor, Enoch Grehan city editor; Dr. and'lles on Crab Orchard A Stanford pike. Black Diamond Roof Paint. Telephone No. R. It has irood J. O'Mahoney and Sidney A. Smith and In agood neighborhood, blacksmith shop Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J, 20, residence. close to churches remain upon the staff, Mr. Jouett and schools. For further Information write II. Bauphman & Co.'s Mill stoi-- wheat at a less price than you can stote We will OF STANKOKu, KV. Shouse takes charge of the Press to tho undersigned or J. P. Chandler, auctioneer, Walnut Flat. Ky. Sale to begin at Transcript and Miss Bullitt continues 10 o'clock, when the terms will bo announ- it yourself. All who stored last year made money, Also Fill up Capital, J 200,000 00 O. W. SINGLETON, Crab Orchard. in charge of the society columns. Col. ced. Surplus, 17,603 30 W. C. P. Breckinridge, Judge J. Soule will either buy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and I7 roTltloa of Its charter, doltor ara a Smith and others will continue to do full prolrclwl a are dej.ttor In National ltankt, 111 .liarrlioMera Urlni; hrM In.llTlJaalljliable to see us. editorial work. thetxtcutoflho amount of tMriUxk thrrrlu at 5 Wv ;W I lie ar ralue thereof, In ucl.lltlon to the amount ln Virgil Hewitt, brother of Gen. FayTratt-In mcli than to adopt the Cash System I hove It may act a J. ette Hewitt, died ut Frankfort after a bellevlni: decided bo better for raj-- customers inlnUtiator, truilre, Ac , at fully aa an ImllTlilual. it will Tendering our thankito those who haruenlruat-fprotracted illness. He was adiutant of us well as myself, so beginning Ibelr buslneM In u, we trust thejr will rontlnoa to do ao, ami we otlrr aa aRiiaMiiteefor prompt the (3th Kentucky regiment and particIn toaaiiiroitr JOjeara' Gash ipated in many battles for the Lost clune15 will sell aud at liberal arcouiuiodatluut aa are ronilateot with aound bauklUK. Cause. He was assistant auditor under Only. Those owing mo must come forward niRCCTOKI. Maj. Norman; served for years as clerk and ettle or their accounts will be placed J.J. WIlllami.Mt. Vernon; In W. A. Trlbule's bauds for collection. W. II. Cumailni, rreachfriTllle; in the insurance office; was a promi21 W. A. CAHsON, Orab Orchard. J. S Owtley.Sr., J. II. Uwiler, nent candidate for clerk of the court of WIllUiu (loocb, S. H. Shauta, 8, J. hinbry, J. y CaiL, appeals in the Henry race, and held Lyun. J. h. a. Carpenter" My Entire Stock Of other prominent places. Until recently J. J. Meneiee. orricias. he was connected with the State Na And Dealer in S. H. Shank j. l'rtaldtnt; tional Bank, of Frankfort. J. U. Owaley Cathler; --W. M. llrlgbt EABNESS, SADDLERY, &C. eller Half Fake to Buffalo, N. Y., and STANFORD, KY. return on July 11, 12 and 13. All roads AKEAll Shapes, Slid and CoIoib, I now offer at FIRST NATIONAL BANK will sell tickets via C. H. & D. Rail-wagood returning July 19. By reOi" STANFORD, KY. questing can be extended until Aug. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 3rd. Parties desiring can go by boat Cool, Exhilarating, Hestful. Music, Amusefrom Toledo, returning by rail or vice Attention of the public ll cal lei I to tho fact that ments and Good Living. IhUla the only National HanW lu Stanford. Uni versa can visit Niagara Falls en route. der the provisions 01 the Natlunal Hank Act depoaltori are secuml not only br the capital ttock i.uy iniormauon cneeriuiy lurnisticu For Terms ad (less, but by tho atockholden' llalill'lir (nr .n by W. W. Penn, T. P. A., C. H. & D. equal tu the itock eo that dcposltoraoflhlalnatltu. DR. R. Hon are lecurod by a fund of JlXO.OoO. Fire aworn GUS IIOFMANN, Prop. Ry., Junction City, Ky. atatimenti o( the condition ui the Hank are made m m . each year to tho United State OoTernmcnt and lu FOR SALE. aawta are examined at dated times by government HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & agent, thin securing additional "I have used Chamberlain's Cough 1898. Season .ad perfect alet A house and lot In Moreland Stntlon, the Remedy In my family for years and alto deiioaltors. S SURGEON, main building CO by 30, twoMtorie high, This Injtliullon orlilnally eitahllihed a the De. ways with good results," says Mr. W. Ntorv fitted up for dwelling, uultablo for posit Hank of Stanford lu 183d, then to notion of the dem- Trains pass Junction City as lollows: that much wheat was harvested by 4 11pm 23 hours and 45 minutes. 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South moonlight. " 4 " ......3 41am " 1149 am No. 8 At Goshen, lwpm and wounded Ind., John Borders shot No. 5 " ......1118am " 6 " Frank Silvers, because 600am 8 05pm "10 " No. 9 " No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for passen- the latter made fun of the way Bord furgers from South of Somerset 'J and 10 run no Of Shelby County. Is a candidate for Con-gro- ss ther than Junction City aud 5 and only to som- ers' new suit fitted him. erset. In the ElgiiUi Congrwdonnl District of At Federal, Pa., Antony Mariuello, was sold at pnblic sale to John C. Latham, of New York, for $16,000. The hotel cost 8100,000. A tornado at Hampton, N. H., wreck ed 20 cottages, several small hotels and the skating rink. Seven persons were killed and 125 hurt. Tllomus Owens, of Belleville, Ind., dropped dead while holding family prayer, and his wife is at the point of death from the shock. A bunch of Homing pigeons, liberated at Paris, Tenn., Hew to South Bend, Ind., a distance of 400 miles, in cheerfully Michigan. Information given and services of an agent to meet all parties on arrival of trains at Lou isville and Chicago rendered free. "Big Four Route," JL Special excursion to Chautauqua, N. Y., Julv Sth to 2uth at extremely low rates via the "Big Four." For tickets and full information call on agents, or address the undersigned. E. O. Pass. Trallic Mgr., Warren J. Lynch, Ass. Gen. Puss. & Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati, O. ck, tT, Jt Finest Skkvkk Fveii Oitkhi-.d- . ! "New ArS The MotBlnjYncfc J ANI Siwtial.'' ILxlon Each No. 18. and full I "SoHthweMtru Comxsr'.Iarn. Utnlted " Male Chs ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 35 years. TWENTY-TW- O How To Git Thirn: 10 ruAiNsi.itvici: ash wjni'MKST inmiu rASstk Call on acenti if th iilf Four llmile fur tit let liifuMHatluti. II MrCOIIMK K. lVt TraltK Mzr AHLLION It was so hot in Indiana last week packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. cent or Ix Scent packnirr of Elnstle Htarch (Flat Iron Ilrand), art entitled to re. relra from their frrocer onn of theo beautiful flam Plaques free. Ilia plnquet will not 1m ent by mall. They can bo obtained only from your grocer. All purchasers of thiw lieu t IM1S NAII.II. Am. WAIUIKNJ A ). 1.1 Tit. St'H. Agt HON. G. G. GILBERT, Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. Thh offer It for a abort tlmo only. A C. SNE. .L'KALEK 4 In. (5 J. mi mfi GLASSWARE. ANDSASH DOORS, INSURANCE IL U M B llii B no n.j as. b. Mccreary See Our 10c Counter of FIRE For Sale. Toll-llou- so court-house, Glassware. Most Any Thing You Want Company Glass For 10c. Insurance Caledonian Insurance PHIS IX 31-- 3t ROYAL Mason Hotel I PUBLIC SALE July to-w- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. l.ancaster, II Kentucky 'JBBlMI$ R. MAHONY, Agt first-clas- s. H. RUPLEY, well-know- Merchant Tailor, Fall Stanford, . -- J. T. Jones, Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. 1 1 Winter 1- -2 store-hous- e, 21-- tf e J.C.JrfcClVVY FOR CASH ! 1 - eu-cuto- for J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. i d bank-Iu- k G. D. Up To CORSETS. Date Corsets, W. H. SHANKS. M. PH6LPS, ;:- UNDERTAKER! CRAB ORCHARD SFR!NGS -- y TAKE THE NOVA OPEN. Just What They Cost Me; No More. Store Room & Goods up-ti- J T MONON,' .,,..' of -- The Popular Route to er B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small children we And It especially effective." For sale by Craig & Hocker, GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS sum- Ht- - ? 2..i tmiMtmAmm -- Milton Younff, tho noted turfman, has presented to Lieut. Desha Breckinridge a charger which has been tho hero in a number of battles on tho turf. Reduued rates during tho first month. This famous horse is tho bay gelding For Information lu regard to rates, etc. "rank J. Itaed, O. P. A., Chicago, Strathmeath, winner of the American address T. II. WBIGHT, E. IT. Baoon, P. P, A., LouisTllle, Ky Derby, Junior Champion, etc. Crab OrcUard, Ky. f 2J CHICAGO. druggists. I wish to announce that this popular mer resort will bo open for the accommodation of guests. nmall family and a side building II by 60, corn cribs, ware room nnd salt shed, well arranged for a general Htore, have been belling from $15,000 to $0,000 worth of coods annually, Is offered for sale. Stanford. -- Kentucky. Offlco over Hlgglns &. McKlnuey'a Store. reonranlied the National Hank of Stanford la 1865 reorganlied as the First National Uank of andmlo Stanford In iil, boa had practically an uninterrupted exist-en- o for M Tears. u TTT2STE3 , 1S98. PRICE, $1,200? J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, lacllltle for transacting business promptly and lib" erally than brer lforeiu Its oug and honorable carwr. Account of Individuals, flduclariee.aruu acd Individuals solicited. DIHKCTORS. It la lettr iiiiniia.i nn. n. Also a good Block of goods at prltno cost. T'llkrVu001.? C0,J StaBr" i' H. Haugbiuan. ' S. Until the hpuso and goods are sold In a Huitonville, Kentucky J. S. Hocker, T. P. Hill, will noil goods for cash at about cost bulk, I W. I'. Walton W. A. Trbble, The bouso will bo routed after tho 15th of Comr.Cnb Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Verno. July and tho goods sold at auction, re-- Offer Mi aerrlcea to the people ofWeat M, D.LI more, Stanford. Lincoln garuiess or. price and Caaey countlea. Full itock of otlluiand Caak- ovrscrits. B. B. KINO. atialwayion hand. J.S Hocker, President; J.J. McKoberUICaahU Moreland Station, Ky. I). a. Carpenter, Manager. 95 A. A ;Mckinn7, AiUUntCMhler. r , i . wiiW. ..I- - 4 v A- -