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JULY J 2. 1898. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, XVH. Rev. T. II. Coleman will bagln n protracted meutlng, at Now Salem church next Monday night. Nov. T. II. Co'.cmun and W. S. Orinitund preached hero Sunday at tho UaptUt and Presbyterian churches respectively. jonn w. walla' little bov. who hud bcen nmcttH, wkh Uphlia urease for NO. 37 LttTTKK FROM COIIFOUAL LYNX. CAMP Tiiomah, July 7. I will endeavor to write u fow linos, which may bo of Interest to tho friend and rulu tlvort of tho boys from Lincoln. At present writing they arc in good health and not In thclonHtdUeouraKodatthcir pronpoota of going to Cuba. The regi ment In thoroughly equipped and In ox peering nt any moment to bo ordered to UlorronU UoysWUO nave iibibiu.uib worn Piccadilly shoes and hair parted In tho middle, now have close shaven heads and wear broad tread shoos. They aro attired to suit Uncle Sam rather than themselves. tt Tho boys couldn't have suited having been assign-tbetter than Company L., whoso captain Is that and well liked d generous, gentleman from Lancaster Samuel M. thom-Holveo open-hearte- OFFICIAL REPORT. ( a J 7 l 'k V . ? ir Stoelcvllle. Mo., was almost entirely wockatic convention instkitcts l" M CKKAUY. wiped out by a water spout. Manv woro ,s1'0inl)t'y nt 2 o'clock Chairman J drowned. K- - C,ire0n "PPeared on tho court-hous- e Thoiras Moor.', of Central Cltv, read dime novels until his mind became 'tin- - stc'H and cxplnlned to the vast crowd democrats that the convention was balanced. Ghlldron of. .Tnhn- filn.-k- . nt Wo. to nnn,e deleRiitoa to the Danville con- , , sou, Miss , ate toad stools for mush-roo- ventlon to nominate a candidate for Congress in the Sth district, and urged und died. prevail. On w month. ,ri.ir Hti.l.lnlv wmvi. In Germany the average consumn- -' tnat narn,ony an1 ra'r Thursday and died the same day. la :vi ......,. .a in .... v.. . ......,, .moiioiioirion. li. j. warren A. u. Hon ...f n v.w.. iu nnk .7.... Walton was chosen secretary and the Men's Fine Suits 112, 113.50, f 15, flO.50 NOW FOR SIO. Look for your-I- t Dud Gooch and wife, of Waynesburg, woman and child a year. convention was declared open for busi- self and ho convinced. It costs nothing to loos through our lines. is a plensuro visited Mr. G's parents, Mr. and Mm. A child at Sedalia, Mo to us to snow our goods. ness. M. T. Reynolds, here Saturday and attempted to drown herself because Hon. Harvey Helm presented the Sunday. Jacob Hummelstfln and fam- her mother whipped her. following: ily spent Sunday with friends In DanJones Ralley shot nnd wounded Jtob-or- t ville. Rksolvud, 1st, By the democracy of Suits made to order, denned and pressed. Itsst 50c unlaundered Shirt in the coun- Lawrence nt Marion because he try. Lincoln county In mass convention asDr. J. P. Rallcy, occulist, is located bent him In a horse swap. sembled that we approve tho call of hero briefly and has fitted a number of Four Inches of rain fell In St. Louis our citizens with glasses. Mrs. K. J. In 18 hours nnd hundreds of thousands tho district convention of the Sth ConTo the first person sending us tho neatest guess to the exact number of votes regressional district for a convention ceived by the winning candidate on the final badot in the coming Congressional Tanner and children, who have boon of dollars damage was done. Duncan. Make as maDanville, Ky., July 12, 1893, for tho Convention, we will GIVE A FINE SUIT OF CLOTHES Rowan Saulloy was tho first from visiting relatives at Junction City, reK. F. Clay has boon cho-e- n ma- at thu company to receive thu honor turned homo Sunday afternoon. Horry tron of tho new Odd Fellows Widows purpose of nominating a democratic ny guesses as you want. Cut this out, fill blank and bring or send to us. candidate for Congress for the Sth Conlis has boon promoted Ware, of Pulaski, Is visiting his .'on, Orphnns' Homo nt Lexington. of promotion, gressional district of Kentucky nud 2d sergeant to surgoant major of F. M. Ware, hero this week. A. H. from Peter Mnher knocked out Joo God- tho rcglmont, which position pays McKlnney has boon on tho sick list for dard in the eighth round before the the cull of mass county conventions for fa. Name of Candidate jfl handbomoly and Is one of honor and thr'0 or four days past, but is not seritho purpose of selecting delegates to Lenox Athletic Club, New York. responsibility. Ho Ik a busy man and ously ill. the district convention. K Number of Voles H John Hu7olton, who cut his throat at 2. Lewis Logan, colored, seems to, in to his scarcely has time That the dclegntcs chosen to said Hendorson, Mo ;lof'. tho following note: under the stern rod of district convention by the majority of sweetheart's letters. Through his pro deed, be i) Signature "I am a failure. Life is u burden." n in mass convention as motion tho ollloo of 2d scrgonttt Is de- soro allllutlon. Yesterday, Sunday, ho n u Yousouf. "the terrible Turk," cham- the democrats sembled be and they are hereby in clared vacant, and CorHral Wnrrou burled tho fourth member of his fami- pion Graeco-Romawrestler of the Address n will very likely fill it, thoroby giving ly, all hnvlng died within the la- -t few world, wa- - one of La Bourgogue vic- structed to cast ns u unit Lincoln coun mouths. He is now loft with a wife aud ty's 10 votes for Hon. James B. Mchim promotion. tims. Creary for tho nomination for said disCompany L. Is progressing rapidly ono child only; others having fallen A Mississippi mob hung the wrong consumpCongress so long as his name and ore long It will rank with thu best Victims of that dread Negro, but that mukes no difference trict for company of tho regiment; and tion. Hilly Walls' baby died of cholera remains before said convention. drilled with tho class of emtio who go into 136. :i. That the delegates chosen to said nil that Is needed to show what the Infantum near hore u fow days ngo. that kind of hiwlness. In Tho killing of Henry Robinson on convention be and they are hereby in- boys aro made of, Is to land them Mrs. Paul Dengley, of Clinton, la.. the piko between this place and Stanas a unit on nil quesCuba. throw her two children into a barrel of sirucieu to vote tions of the organization of said district Llouts. Farm and Whurrill aro show- ford, Saturday, adds another to tho water and then drowned WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF ! herself in it convention and thatnnyoneof the dele- V.' ing no lack of Interest in their compa- long list of crimo-i- , directly attributable by jumping in head first. I chosen to said convention bo and I ny and If anything which will benefit to tho whisky tratllcin Kentucky. How Whllo Schiurd Pro-- ., of New Castle, gates us Is going the rounds they will sou long h this lxmstfd christian nation Pa., woro watching tho parade of tho Is hereby authorized to cast the cntbe going to boar this monster evil upon vote of this county in said convention, that Co. L. comes In for her part. . Buffalo Bill show, thieve entered their pursuant to instruction of second resoAs I dlo?o a comancho war whoop tho bosom of its Intelligence, supping, store and got illO.OOO worth of dia- lution. escapes tho lips of the 2d rogiment as it does, tho vitals of our Christianity monds. Quito a variety of style, which we have reduced in price. These nie and tho good government that should I. That the following delegates be boys, for pay day 1ms como at last. nice, clean, new stock, latest tons and colors. Back Collector David Hardosty j.G. Lynn. characterize such a people? How many demandsTaxfee of $20,000 for offectlnsr a and they aro appointed to cast the vote a hands, in n measure, are stained with of this county in pursuance to their in settlement with tho Lexington banks. structions, viz: S. M. Owens, MJJTRIMOHIALMTTERS. tho blood of Hunry Robinson. Who J. E. And a Tan Shoo is tho proper thing to wear, ns they aro Cooler and bo n legal fight over the can toll? Aro you voting to perpet- There will Carson, W. L. McCarty, II. Helm, M. 11 less trouble to care for than black. Send for them or call and we l Catron and Charles matter. Miss Pearl uate the liquor buslnois? F. North, B. W. Glvcns, George D. will take pleasure in showing them. Tho talle-- t man in Missouri is A. G. Weathcrford, McC. Wheat, Candler, of Somerset, were married K. Waite, of Waverly. He is feet 6 inches Baughman, James P. Bailey, Dr.J. M. u danVillk. last week. J. I Is trying to of his boots. Hu is ono of a family A Columbia, Tuun., man Acton, J. II. Carter, W. A. Carson, R. Tho obliging and olllciont cemetery out The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILL3, KY. 7 feet wife quarof 10, the tallest of whom was secure divorce because his C. Warren, A. C. Dunn, It. L. Hubble. Ill suporlntundcnt, S. M. Harbison, has S can not sleep. Inches. His smallest sister is 0 feet rels so much ho 4. Resolved by the democracy of n been for tho ensuing term ifcMrf mdf 4af fymmA to. fcJV mttf Jn7 im .'I inches tall. William Owens' of Umpire City, Mo., county In convention assembled Danville, with tho lowest city tax Tho commissioner of Internal reveshot his wife lnjoauso she was on too rato In thu State, is now Improving its o that tho platform adopted by the nue holds that the stamp representing good terms with tho pastor of her Concrete Is burnt; convention In lS9ti which nom- tho tax on express matter must be church. inated W. J. Bryan for prosidont Is used and is found satisfactory. We to tho bill of lading by tho exII. Sohuutz, tho well known Horlst of expect fur groator improvements later. fully and heartily approved. with press companies and not by the indiLouisville, olopud toJoirur.-onvlll-o Two tiros this week. One at tho DanJ. S. Owsley, Jr., offered a substitute olork, MU Nelllu Sparks vidual shipper. his Ifi your-olembodying the endorsements of the ville Pinning Mill, and the other at H. Mrs. Martha M. Place was convicted. nnd was married. call and G. Fox's livery stable, were extingSaturday of murdor In the ilrst degree naming of tho Chicago platform and While on her way to tho lunatic asy- uished without thu aid of lire dethe following delegates to so the alley in New York Cltv, for killing her step lum, Miss Amanda Kollov, of partment or serious los. unlnstructed as to a candidate, but to daughter, Ida M. Place. When the Vlow, uteaped from bar ocorts and Tho Hoylo county democratic con- verdict had been announced the woman vote as a unit: D. F. Logan, Jas. F.' David Iloppor, a farm being joined by Moore, John F. Dryc, D. A. Twaddje, vention instructed delegates to vote hand, they proceeded to Richmond and for Gilbert, of Sholbyvllle, at Tues walked back to the cage as calmly as John Sam Owsley, Jr.', It. M. Newlnnd, , not were married, so a dispatch says, which day's district convention. A great deal shu had entered the Dr. J. D. Pettus, O. P. Newland, G. showing the least sign of emotion. adds that her mind now shows no sign of onthusla-W. Pullinm, R. G. Denny, Josh Swope, was manifested; attend-unc- o Gov. Bradley has appointed Capt of derangement. largo, but harmonious. Gilbert's John C. Gooch, John Walters. T. M. Tho biggest hearted preacher In the vote was 717; McCreary's 575. Thomp- William Turner, of Bowling Green; Goodknight, F. L. Wallln, D. C. Allen. Capt. Calhoun, of Lexington, and Col. country has bobbed into notoriety at son apparently not in the contest. It was moved and carried that a vote A. EJ Wilson, Judge Advocate General, has boon discovered Whiting, la. It on these resolutions be by a division and As Mr. James Klnnalrd was going to of Louisville, a court of inquiry to inthat tho Rev. C. T. Atwood, pastor of his home on Lexington Ave., nt a late thoso supporting tho first were intho Christian church, was engaged to hour Saturduy night, ho was violently vestigate charges made by Col. Castle-ma- n structed to form ou Lancaster street to and members of tho Louisvillo Le17 young women at tho same time, no bo counted by R. G. Denny and J. F. n a year ago. struck on the back of the neck by nn gion against Cob Forrester and others arrived in Whiting about , favoring the second unknown Negro. Mr. Klnnalrd had In regard to tho public antho removal of arms from Holdam and those A few days ago came discovered some one following him und resolutions to form ou Main street und !&: nouncement of his engagement to An- the peculiar movements of his assail- tho Louisville Legion. be counted by D. F. Logon and R. L. Tho celebrated English statistician, nie Higclow. Sixteen damsels then ant had attracted his attention, conseHubble and they reported 917 votes for declared ho was also engaged to each quently ho Is fully satisfied ns to his Mr. Michael G. Mulhall, is authority tho McCreary resolution and 361 ' only defense is for tho statement that the United of them. Atwood m ancolor. Tho blow rendered him physiThis a hard thing to do v States Is considerably the richest coun- against mstuction. The chairman that ho loved them all. cally unable to offer any resistance, try on tho globe. His figures are: Uni- nounced the McCreary resolutions carried and J. S. Owsley. Jr., moved that aud while giving an alarm the Negro ted States, $S 1,750,000,000. Great BritCHURCH CHATTER. lied without idontlilcatlcn. they be made unanimous, which was 'Ml ain, WO.OM.OOO.OOO. France, 8 17,950,000,-00iw done. Mrs. Dr. Steelo Bailey and daughter, Rev. W. S. Grlnstead will preach at Germany, 810,200,000,000. Russia, Tho convention then adjourneJ. Miss Isabella, were shopping in DanMt. Vernon at 3 and 8 i M. 8:12.125,000,000. Austria, 22,500'000,000. x J. E. Cahson, Chmn. Rev. W. It. Gales was on yesterday's ville Saturday. Dr. F. H. Montgomery Italy, $15,SOO,000,000. Spain, E. C. Walton, Secy. But you can be comfortable and cost you but little. returning from Campbcllsvillo, spent Sunday with his father In Eliza- train id) Mr. A. O. Sine that his meet-in- g both town. Mrs. John M. Brooks, of nnd told il'jj NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Middlcsboro, is at the bedside of her POLITICAL POINTS. thcro resulted In l.0 confessions. walks to sick mother, Mrs. Joo McDowell, of Ho putient with the girl who Twelve year-olHenry nesse, of Tho State Commission hns revoked a front seat lato at church in order to tho West Kud, who Is reported critical- tho contract of the M. I. Sowle Com Laurel county, let a rlllo fall from his Hhow u new hat. In a few years she will ly ill at this time. Misses Nancy pany, of Louisville, contractors for the hands and was fatally shot. drop meekly into a back seat In order Huguoly, Bessie Monks and Eva Grant State printing, becauso of delays in The stable of Charles Burton at to get out quickly when tho baby cries. aro visiting friends in Versailles. The tilling orders. Montlccllo burned, with two horses and i Prosidont McKlnloy sent cordial new commandant of Hogsctt Military Hon. W. R. Ramsey, of London, has n stnge coach. Loss, $1,000. Cause ungreetings and best wishes to tho Con- Academy, Prof. E. A. Smith, visited boon appointed president of the Repub- known. Luster Coats at $1.50. Magnificent line of W vention at Nashville and tho Christian that Institution this week. Prof, and lican State Leaguo of Kentucky. Mr. At Somerset John Satterfield was sonj m Endeavorcrs of tho United Statos as- Mrs. Win. M. Bruce, after a short visit Ramsoy has appointed John G. tcuced to live years In the penitentiary sembled In the 17th International con- to relatives in this section, left this for tho killing of Tom Smith. The trial of Barbourvllle, Secretary. Straw Hats from 25c to f2. Look at them vention of the foclety, and represent- week to spend his vacation at the UniTho President has appointed Sena- of Colyer for the murder of Jailer Catand versity of Chicago before resuming his more than J.fiOO.OOO young men ing tors Cullom und Morgan, Representa- ron was continued. fil women of tho United States alone, chair in Kendriek College, Arkansas tive Ultt, Sanford Dole and V. F. The First National Bank of Somerthunked him for hts greeting and ex- Miss Madison Bell, of Louisville, after Frear, Commissioners to draw up uud set will reduce its capital stock from W w pressed their heartiest sympathy with a visit to Mrs. John Quisonberry, has submit to Congress a plan of govern- $100,000 to $50,000. The Somerset BankProsidont, William returned homo. Miss Pearl Faulconer their Christian ment for tho Sandwich Islands, recent- ing Co., will likely cut Its capital stock McKinley, In his suggestion for a ser- gave a reception on Tuesday evening ly annexed to tho United States. Chair- to $:0,000 from 880,000. Al- to her visitors, Misses Letcher nnd vice of praise aud thanksgiving to Rev. W. G. Cram, well known here, born man Cullom Is an mighty God. They have read tho proc- Johnson, of Henderson, and Willis, of in Wayne county. represented Ashbury college In the lamation at their opening scrvleo and Bowling Green. Miss Loulso oratorical contest at the Lexington received a fow frionds Friday Tho provost guard, ou tho complaint Chautauqua which was won by Howard and have united as ho desired In pray evening in honor of Miss Waggoner, that soldiers were terrorizing Chatta Crce of Kentucky or for a speedy peace. University, R. G. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. noogu, arrested all soldiers in town of Covington. Gordon, of Central University, second. largeTtllag In the world swings Tho Yclzcr entertained Wednesday eve- (200) Saturday and took them back to It turns out that Jack Bundy, nn emfrom mountain to mountain nt Mauch ning in houor of Misses Estollo Craw- camp. Tho charges against many were ployee of Gilbert Garrard, who had half a mllolong Chunk, Pa., on a cable ford and Annie Spears. Tho spaclouB hugging und kissing women on tho nnd tho fluff is suspended Inthomlddlo. country lawn was brilliantly lighted streets nnd otherwiso disturbing the gotten mad with him, fired at him from ambush and not one of tho Howards. Tho size of this old glory is 50x75 feet. and well filled with delighted guests. peace. Garrard is positive ho can convict BunWe offer a 075 yards of ordinary bunt Thoso who rccolved were: Mr. and It contains Josoph Crutchileld, ono of the most dy of thooffenpo,nnd thus will be spoil18 yurds of duck, 100 yards or musing, Mrs. J. W. Yelzer, Miss Mitchell, of noted temperance lecturers In Indiana, ed another attempt to drag tho Gur-rarIn und 22 pounds oi naruwaro. Chlcugo, Misses Murphy, of Stanford, is laying out a Hue in the New Albany into tho unfortunate feud which Misses Crawford and Spears; Messrs. Is now disturbing Clay county's peace. n i i rib- mjw bo mada bvdlssolv- - Sidnoy Otter, B. O. Rodes, Jr., Ward jail for drunkenness. Is ono of 13 chilCommodoro Schley lump sugar in tho common Ink, Goodloo and G. Howard Bruco. log dren. He is also tho nephew of two men Gallivant won the Latonla Spring )9.wt In tho proportion of ono drachm To close up the season. All we ask Is to give ua a call. Opposite city council has in- I each of whom Is the father of the same Prize Saturday. John Bright was sec- ounco of the lat The Versailles oi tho former to one I ond and Marltl third. number. creased tbo tax from 50 to G5. I Who Will Be Net Congressman ? i ' McCreary, Thompson or Gilbert ? - - i m I .,v-- .,. ,,n.,a l'i' Here's a Chance to Get a Suit Free. Straw Hats At 50 Cents On The Dollar. M-- t pa-si- ng n tf'-V--'Ci'a'b-- dlt-eas- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. DANVILLE, KY. w a Tan Shoes And Oxfords For Ladies and Misses. I THE FAIRS WILL SOON BEGIN I I I I I H CALDWELL & LANIER, m I Lin-col- wd- baB I Chi-Icag- ero-.-lng- s. af-llx- 4 d court-room- m 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. JPENIVY 'S DRUG STORE. ! 'V i tt t f .;' m KEEP COOL ! I These Hot Days, To $4. w 0. to-da- 811,:t00,-000,00- 0. i i d I Linen Suits At $2.50 Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. H. t 1 Mat-thew- s, J. IVIcROBERTS. Van-Win- kle Overstocked. Until August 1, Post-Offic- e. '98, IT ds - A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, B. K. WEAREN A SOV. P ter. b4:-.tk.-, afe.Mft-i-- B .frig 'ii. TPi ! Tift. nlllttrtlHA.1 InMn tK.J t fl tAClllt The auxiliary cruiser St. Louis per hundred, to bo delivered this of the conventions in the 10 counties reached Portsmouth, N. II., Sunday month. A. Ronlck sold last week two composing tho Sth Congressional dis- with 54 Spanish olliccrs and C13 Span- Short horn bull calves at $150 each-P- aris Kcutticklan. trict, Saturday. It will be seen that ish seamen, captured after tho destrucJuly 12, 189S while Gov. McCreary leads in the num- tion of Cervera's souudron. Though E. D. Standtlord, Jr., of Louisville, Stanfokd, Ky.. ber of instructed votes, ho is 14 short the prisoners did not know where they son of his father, who had tho samo of the 78 rcoulred to nominate. Jessa- - were being taken, the voynge was with- name and made several millions of dolW. P. WALTON. lars, Is about to Invest $50,000 In n stamine's 14 votes would till the want, but out special incident. it is understood that his friends in that The Jleet at Santiago is alive with ble of horses and thus will more of V wonderful change in Priicsol Groceries since the annminctijuciit tho old rumors county foolishly It is painful to observe that the re- should bo dividedagreed that the vote Admiralof friction between Acting Hear llumu. man's money go up tho of our opening, Sampson and Commodore between him and Gil port of the Somite Committee to InvesW. R. Rice hw bought tho interest If Schley. One of theso rumors is that of the bert should Crutcher be dropped. tigate the payment of the clnitn Nashville, Thompson were to throw his 17 votes to Sampson forbade Schley to make u re- of James A. Yeagor in the livery firm ft Methodist Book Concern at 10-Fo- ot and the payment to Maj. K. B. Stahl-ma- n Gilbert, as he will nt the proper time, port to Washington of last Sunday's of Yeager & Y eager und tho business reqnava! battle. The only renorts made to will be continued undor the firm imnu of 3100.S00 as an agent in retting he would still be one short of the & Rice, Churchill When it comes to the real thing Hero are A FOW Snmplo the claim through, shows that the Sen- uisite number. This might be gotten Washington were from Sampson and of Yeager senior member. D. NYoagir being tho Pn- from Jessamine, but for tho fact that Watson, neither of whom mentioned ...fa I.... 1. r fIT ate was deceived by the representations Prices, too busy to mention mnro All other good accordingly wni. uuiiKiibui i. w. umisou m sneep 1. w. of Mr. Stahlman and Messrs. Barbee Crutcher will think that McCreary will Schley. ut .'lc. from James Bown 20 at .1o, and towards him than be abandoned from I. S. Tevii 70 at :ic. During The Philippines tiro to book asents. The naturally feel better and Smith, the Monday charge that Maj. Stahlman would de- Gilbert and throw his vote to aim if by Spain without another blow. Admir- belonging to lightning sirtick a barn Josh B. Adams and killed necessary to prevent the hitter's nomi- al Camara has returned to Suez, having ceive any one is preposterous. He is 25 sheep nation. Wo haven't given up hopes gone no further away than just outside building. that were sheltered in the oily and sleek, but too good a Methodist Advocate. Arbucklei' nml all other I'lickngo Coffee go nt 10c per Pound. may yet pull the three-mil- e limit, and the to practice deception. The report ab- that Gov. McCreary Cciitlrnirii solves the Methodist Church, South, as through, but in case he does not canal to return to Spain. If it was never 8 1- -3 "The clothes don't mako the man," quoth blame in the matter, and Crutcher has n better show for the intended that ho should go to the Philipsuch, from he. "Theso phrases ofi men sins 'cm! also found that no Senator or member nomination than one who fought the pines, the Spanish 'Government has paid n stiff price for tho bluff, as the Yet If you'd seem of hlh degree Good Family Vinegar, tour enough, at 15c Gallon. Try our of Congress received any money in con- governor so viciously. checkered Gov. McCreary will either be nomi- tolls from the canal company were Your linen: not orshirt must always beur nection with the" claim. The Methogingham." dist bishops had published a card that nated or dictate the nomination, bet on 3110,000, to say nothing of tho long sail -- Detroit Free. Press. ' from Cad I z. if the passage of the bill was due to that. QUALITY OP MCIICY STItAIXUIJ. A dispatch says that excepting fivo 21 Pound. misleading statements, they would McC. Gilbert. Thomp. Crutch'r. or six of the staff officers and about tho take proper steps to have the entire Anderson. 1U Laundry Soap, Bars fcamo number of company 0 Ulcers there 5c. amount returned to the government. Hoyle 12 are no officers or enlisted men in the Now what are they going to do about Garrard .. 12 1c. Matches 14 Fourth Regiment who have the least 1 it? Jessamine knowledge of even the rudiments of Ilcst Stat Candled, It each. Good Itrootug, 10c. Hood Wnsh Itourds, 10 Lincoln .. 10c. Good Coal, Cheap Enough to burn, at Vc Gallon. military tactics and discipline. As n reJ. P. HOBSON, of Hardin, was nomi- MudUon .. 2S nated by the Lebanon convention for Mercer .. sult there is no discipllneand deserters compare these prices with thoto you havo been plying and appellate judge. Beckham was with- Kockcastle nro many. It is predicted by military to the reliable then co mo 2f people that in view of tho incapability drawn and Kelley dropped, leaving the Shelby .. 10 tug of war between Hobson and Gar-ne- Shencer .. of tho lino officers these mountaineers TG ballot when tho former on the will be a long while in acquiring from CO G4 Totals such drill masters enough of the science received 791 votes and tho latter 5"i. Necessary to cliolco The nomination was then made unaniof warfare to fit them for service, If, in J ROUT.M.VNAOEii. mous and tho long drawn out struggle NO NEWS OP BOMBARDMENT. fact, they ever do. Main Street, Interior Journal Jluildlng, Stanford, Ky. ended in a love feast. A gentleman, COL. AV JENNINGS BRYAN ORDERED TO A dispatch from Chlckamauga says who has been much in the district, tells that Col. Galther has issued orders re JOIN LEE'S CORPS. us that Garnett was long ways the ducing the following to Washington, July 11, 10a.m. tho rank of privates for overstaying strongest man and that Hobson's nomiShaftcr cables that bomdardment nation means the election of a republitheir respective leaves of absence; First will commence promptly. Fleet can, but we hope he is mistaken. The Sergeant Ashley O. Lillard, of Danfe?5' opened on Santiago from Agudores nominee is a Virginian by birth and is ville; Second Sergeant Bruco Edelin "WhatI begging again? lgnrcyoun Sunday afternoon. Shafter says It and Corporal Patterson, all of Capt. a good all around lawyer. sou Inst Sunday. Do you expect me to will take three dnys to capture the Sweenev's company, from Lebanon. support all Paris? Lc Journal Amus-anThough lighting each other daily city. Several privates were sentenced to .'10 in the battle for supremacy, the nine Washington, July 11. Col. W. days' extra fatigue duty for similar ofEnglish Chicago dailies stood together I.ntmt. J. Bryan's regiment has been orfenses. A raid was made on crap shootcourse she cannot against the unjust demands of the dered to Lee's corps, Jacksonville. ers, and about 20 prisoners were gath- OfEvery eye, roughly very well fall catch tweaking, to union and won, but I S was at a Fla. ered in. Col. Gaither has determin- Htr Kown is the latest, and she's careful very heavy cost. For six days they to make Nothing yet to indicate general ed to stop all gambling in tents, and Her coming to church to match. were entirely suspended, while much attack at Santiago. heavy sentences await all detected s'j -I- 'uck. of their expense went on, but it was The Incomparable advnmltngiw of our c tore, both m to Tricot and for naoommmla-tfo- u doing. WAR ECHOES, Jut What lit-- !nl(I.gave win or lose out to the union and they and honuxt treatment are co plain, m Indisputable that cuMomors aro increasing Ilncon And you tny Sue you decided to yield no more to its conni never before. Tho Senatejpassed a bill conferring cigars, last night? LAUD AND STOCK, stant demauds, which had become on- on Adjt. Gen. Corbin the rank, pay and Jvghert 1 said nothing of the kind. n erous. men now till the allowance of a Major General. "Didn't you bay she pressed some Carbonati went a mile in :(.:00 at places and the strikers are experienccigars on you?" Eleven lighters being towed to Santi- Denver. "Yes: they were cigars I had bought, ing an enforced rest. W. A. Coffey bought of R. U Coopago by tugs for Gen. Shafter's army though, nml were In my vest pocket." a storm off the Cuban er nine 900 pound cuttle at 4c. Vonkers Statesman. Linares refused to surrender Santi- were lost in M. S. Ilaughmun bought yostorday ago, unless he was allowed to take his coast. Co II I Mr li t. Private W. F. Anderson, of Co. I., three work mules at S'J and one at S(50. army with him, but President McKln- He was not very familiar with the Josh Wilton bought in Lincoln and ley promptly ordered Shaftcr, who, died at Chlckamauga of typhoid fever. English language. His home was at Valley Oak, Pulaski Rockcastle 150 sheep at $2.50 to ill. "We have home rather took to the proposition, to acelderly New wheat is selling nt Clarksville, gentlemen, don't you think?" inquired cept nothing but a full surrender. The . county. The death rate in Guantanamo from Tenn., atllOe. The crop Is not as good Miss Cayenne. h.T.ttlo J5 nnvr nn frnm lnnit nnrl won. lint. starvation is over 15 per day Soldiers as expected. "Yes," he answered; "but 1 more adShafter telegraphs that it will tako We intend making thi nale the greatest lurgnin giving iller ever attempted in Bond & Lillard of Anderson, lost 350 mire the youngerly ladles." Washingdays to take the city, although despair of succor and tho town can be three of thin city this vicinity. We have nlready been discovered by the bargain hogs, washed off on Kentucky river ton Star. his position is stronger and his line ex- liken at any time. and county but we propose to startle the country with wonderfully cheap telling The first deserter from Camp Thom- and drowned. Mtllliliril AK'llll. tends five miles in tho shape of a horse as was sentenced to three months' hard FOR Sale. '15 yearling and "Dearest, if 1 had a barrel of Klon- during this sale. shoe. There has been enough parleyheifers and steers. J. C. Hays, dike nuggets would pour them all at ing. Let the battle rage till the last work under regimental guard and a your feet." Crab Orchard. forfeit of 510 per month. Spaniard there is dead or captured. "Henry Henry haven't you always O. S. Williams bought of James Case are made of the negGrave charges heard me say that 1 detest people who Lead-ers,JN- o lect of wounded at Santiago. Men are 2,000 bushels of wheat at OS cents. The damag suit of Joe A. Parker, go around telling their dreams?" Dethe populist, against tho Louisville said to have been left for days on the Burgln Messenger. J. C. Hays bought of J. E. Jones and troit Free Tress. Dispatch, was decided in favor of the ground without shelter. At the CI uli. paper at Marlon. The paper charged, Lieut. Ord, of Fort Thomas. Ky., others l) shoats ut 3c and sold them a " was In Taris with my wife Inst which everybody believed and what was killed by a Spaniard whom ho or- few days later at 3Jc. We propose to give Kwny to our cuMomers, absolutely free of charge, In addition enjoyed myself imMck Vanhook sold to J. Camcnisch summer, and the jury now decides is true, that Park- dered taken to the hospital. Ord's comto our already low prices a valuable and useful premium with every 10 or 'lb mensely." his house and farm of 32 acres on the er was running for appellate clerk in panions shot the Spaniard to pieces. "Well, you go there without is now stated that Gen. Pando Somerset pike at 855. the interest of the republican party. It wife and see how much more immenseGray mare, one eye out ly you will enjoy yourself." TamJoe Is a mighty short horse anyway. turned back when within 20 miles of s Santiago, not caring to push on and left my place near Crab Orehurd a many Times. The closing scenes of Congress were share the responsibility for the Inevita ago. Reward. James Smith. nt IImikI. marked by a narrowly averted personal ble fall of the city. E. T. Pence, C. L. Dawes and Scott Godfrey wish I knew of some way Ladies' Sleevelet VcsliHc, orll for 10c, encounter on the lloor. Cannon, rep., McGulre bought In Rockcastle and Ladies' Cranh Skirts GSc, Lt. Hobson confirms tho report that to break my boy of the habit of smokWindow Shades 10, 15, 25 and 50c, of Illinois, characterized a statement he and men were kindly treated by Clay 200 ewes und wethers at $2.50 to Ladies' Summer CorxeK 21c, ing. Under Shirts for .Men 20c, 2 for 35c, of Ball, dem., of Texas, as a He, Cervera and all tho Spanish officials. S3. Men's Linen Suit and Hat J2.50, Scorjel Suppose you try giving him SuxpenderH 10, 15, 25 and 50c, whereupon the Ball went for the Can- The former complimented him highly Men's Linen TantH, G8c, Wheat reached its highest price at a few of those cigars you btnoke. Chi2 Spools of John Clnrk's best thread 5c, non, but was prevented from killing for his brilliant feat. Chicago In September, ISjJS, when It cago Tribune. Men's 50c Straw Hats!5c. Table Oil Cloth 12c, him. The incident can hereafter bo $2 and the lowest in April, 1S91, Good Apron checked Gingham .'le, who ran sold at Nineteen Spanish Klourt'il . until. Men's Working Shirts 20c and up. referred to as the Cannon-Ba- ll fiasco. into the American lines and surrender- when It went down to 50c. 25 Tieces of Dress Lawn 1c, Friend now about the patent trapLadies' Shirt Waists 25c, Yard Hawaii is now a part of the United j ed nay that the Spanish troops would- The Advocate says that the Misses door scheme you were going to getrich Good Wide Tercnle Tic, . Straw .Matting 10c, Yard WidoJISrown Cotton lc, States, the president having signed the ueSM'1 1Q co,n,amed " im om Ieit .Miirpny, 01 stanioru, assisted in re- s on? Hemp Carpet Dc, ceiving at Mr. and Mrs. John W. Yelz-er'Struggling Invcntor--- It fell through, Hope Cotton oc, su,e OI goou "caimeni. bill for annexation. The Philadelphia Lace Curtains 18, 72, i)Sc to $2.50. old man. It fell through. Chicago party in honor of Misses Crawford is on her way to Honolulu to plant j Tho Harvard haa sailed from Santl-th- e Tribune. STlletnember tho Hnrgaln Counter for.ljc Calico, Cheap Shoes, Percales, Ac. ngo for Porta,nouth' N' H-- ' with tho and Shears. stars and stripes on tho islands, to A very small crowd attended court big lot of Ladies' mid Misses' Fine Shoes to be closed nt 75c. last of the prisoners, the total being Ilnril tu llellt-ve- . remain a part of the land of the free "Did 6he give you a good testimonial x ,w' iaQ OIcers 01 umirai ververas yesterday and little or no business was and the home of tho brave. done. None of the dozen or so cattle for our soap?" Annapolis. fleet will be taken to "Good? She said that tramps climb Gov. Bradley sent another compaCommodore Watson's ileet will con- - were sold. Several mules changed into her pantry window and steal it 3(15. ny of soldiers and a gatling gun to awe sistof the Iowa, Oregon, Newark, Dixie bands at $30 to than Harvey Helm sold to Dr. Massey, of fasterTress. she can buy it." Detroit the mob which was becoming demon- - Yankee, Yoscmlte, six colliers and a Free strative at Mayfleld, and it cooled supply boat. He has orders to go till he Knoxville, who examined Capt. W. B. Unit Ilia Share. Penny's company, his saddle horse for down. There had been no verdict at finds Caraara'B fleet and destroy it. Twynn The latest treasurj- - stateT. D. HANKY, .Manager. last accounts in the Blanks case, but it Tho War Department received a $175. Mr. Helm bought him of J. T. ment shows a per capita circulation of is sure to be death. telegram from Gen. Shafter's head- Embry some months ago for $100. Branch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencebiirg, Cynthi- $23.23. 1 suppose you hare your share Tho purchase of cavalry horses, of It. quarters stating that the auxiliary ana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgctow n, JjJiznbcthtown. Frankfort. Mauckport. Ind. The sound money democrats of cruiser Osceola captured a Spanish which is about over in the Bluo Grass, Trlplett I have the 23 cents all right. Tennessee met at Nashville and decid lighter loaded with provisions and haa been a great thing for farmers and Town Topics. ed to discontinue the organization of valued at $50,000, dealers, and about $400,000 has been Ilelptnir Hint Alonjr. the party in that State. Most of them Under date of tho 9th Shaftcr cables paid out In Lexington and nearby towns. You hare a He (sympathetically) will vote for McMillan for governor, complete report of loss on July 1 and 2. S. B. White, of Madison, bought five bad cold. the others will continue to servo the Killed, 22 officers. 20S enlisted men. pairs of fine mules at $225 to $250. She (huskily) I have. I am so hoarse A republican party. Wounded, 81 officers; 1,203 enlisted Madison county farmer figures that that if you attempted to kiss me I Having gotten Congress off his men. The reports giving tho names of wheat must go higher and advises far- couldn't even scream. stififc Not Voluntary. hands, It having adjourned Friday, It the killed and wounded are being rap mers to hold for a better price. Register. The Good Man (visiting prison) How is hoped that President McKi'nley will idly prepared. Plaudit, the winner of the Kentucky did you come to get In here? Admiral Vallamll commanded the now be able to give greater attention to Prlsoner 1 didn't come to get in; a more vigorous prosecution of the Spanish torpedo lleet, and was killed. Derby, ,vas sold by John E. Madden to they dragged me here and chucked me W. C. Whitney for Captain Lazaga, of the Oqucndo, killed war. '" '& und the great colt will be a stable in by force. Chicago Daily News. A himself and set his ship afire. Cervera VT. z if-rw jm w i The 2nd Regiment, which includes himself, Capt. Moren, of the Colon, companion of the sensational Jeun Ilecmiilni; Scrlonaly Alarmed. Jf.irii a iW'i, iri ii YKNi-oi!4ins; flu1 Mrs. Upjohn Aren't you uneasy tho Stanford boys, have at last been and Eulate, of the Vizcaya, are now Beraud. u ,i7SSa,K W.U " v i Z3 mi i Ml i Jl.t jp j paid off. The privates got S2rf.G0 each prisoners of war. Mr. John Bright revises his figures about that child's cough? Mrs. Highup Indeed I am. If it gets for the two months' service, and it took The Adams Express Company has on his son A'ill's crop of wheat. He any worse she'll keep me awake the $12,000 to square accounts. issued an order to its agents through- says lt averaged 25 bushels, Instead of whole night. Chicago Tribune. out the United States to accept and for- 22, per acre, and that 'Myers' thresher Admiral Sampson cables the war de- ward merchandise of any kind consign- got It out at tho rate of three bushels Tnctlun. When you're anery, count a hundred; partment that tho Colon, Marfa Teresa ed to soldiers anywhere within reach jior minute. r. This Is wisdom, so they say. and Vizcaya, of Cervera's fiect, can be of the compauy, at a reduction of 25 Jonas Well purchased Monday of Ed gives the man you're mad at For It saved for service. Lots of time to get away. Rice, 100 head of 1,400-l- cattle at $4.50 per cent, on regnlar charges. -- Chicago Record. f V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - Scared Up! But They Can't Touch us Pole, With a sugar, $1. tin-stor- 17 IDs. Best Granulates Pure Leaf Lard, lb Fine Caramel Drip Syrup, 25c Gallon. - Fine Family Flour At 63c a Sack, Best 2 200 Best rift for ,ij9? for tt Blue Grass Grocery. "non-com- s" Everlastingly Giving lb ! Most t. ster-eotype- rs For The Money Non-unio- 1 Read, Read. A General Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store fine-looki- I f FIFTEEN DAYS ! two-year-o- ld 1 Our MottoiJUnder Buy, Under Sell, OneJPrice, Cash Only, No Baits Andf No Ca.tches. pur-chuaso 1 few-day- Read These Prices ! 1 .., ,,- I The Louisville Store. f The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearing's. &d& &z&mr 1 Tit-Hit- s. LW& w.n.h: $25,-00- 0, .MWAWM'Jlh .c r n 11 g hi m hm--- K't. -v "VN. r-.- -r cr---" ' - b FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. j&rA.. -, '&- t- - Ii.-- ' , awu: wy Wt fc Mr .&, &6MK -- jc rt ft vT 1 ' V j. I i I want to buy your wheat. Willi J. II. Bauohman & Co. will store wheat again. See them. give market pneo. bee mo before you Tub and lot on tho Lan- sell. D. S. Carpenter, Hustonvllle. castor pike was bonirht by U. V. Van- A TRAMP who gave his nnmo as Frank Woods, and his home as RichJuly 12, 189S dovoer or ?1.'I7. Stanford, Ky., Nbciro Killbd. Henry Robinson, a mond, Vn., was put in jail Friday eve" Ilustonvillo Negro, who worked for M. Comic quick if you want coal oil or nlng for drunkenness. Ho imagined E. Allon, the liveryman, of gasoline stove at cost. They are going that place, E. C. Walton, Bihwkss Manoi:r. himself a lieutenant of Admiral Samp was shot in the head ns he was driving fast. Hlgglns ,c McKinney. son nnd had a wounded arm which he from Stanford Saturday afternoon with WlllLB handling a pistol, Hub Jenk- olaimed was shot by a Spaniard. Ho James Gadberry, George Hill, George profriptlonh have boon OVr.R u't.uOO carefully ami eorrofti) tilled at Penny's ins, of Highland, shot himself In the talked incessantly about naval atMirs Russell and Thomas Ellis, Casey counHiiii Sturo. Yours will receive tho hand Inlllcttng an ugly wound.. and impressed a good many who heard ty boys, who came here to onlist with same treatment. " ii him with tho belief that ho was a de- Capt. W. B. Penny. Robinson lived Andrkw Pons, an serter, lie was lot out Saturday wlth-o- about throe hours, but was never conPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, soldier, aged "5, died near Hodgovllle a tine nnd soon shook the dust of scious. The men were in an old fash- Out of suits that cost from ilO to S12. Call at once and gut first choice as these Goods will not last long at the price. MiddUburpi yesterday of rheumatism of tho heart. tho town from his feet. Mlt. V. lt.C01.KMAN, of ioned carriage and Gadberry was sitIs here For Salb. Fence muchino, circular Tho beloved wife of Rev. ting on tho driver's seat with RobinCrab Orchard, Ky. MRS. 11. 1. Martin le 111 wltb mala-ria- l saw, turning lathe, chest carpenter's A. S. MolTottdted at Lebanon Sunday son. The boys were all drinking and fovor. tools and typewriter. A. C. Sine, Stan- afternoon of inllammatlon of the stom- had been shooting along tho road. No Miss tiu.itx IIallou wont to Gin ford. Jt. ach, after a week's illness. Sho lived words had passed between them and clnnatl yoetordny. Robinson, but immediately Tub institute for white teachers will here a long lime and mndo ho-t- s of fatal shot was fired, Gadberryafter the Mil. W. G. SaUNDRRS, of Livingsjumped friends, who loved her for her deep bo hold horo beginning Aug. 8. Prof. ton, Is visiting horo. manners and from tho vehicle and made his escape. ploty and MRS. J. V. Hl'tciiukIs vory 111 at W. C. Grinstoad, of Danville, will who will grieve with the husband and The other boys were brought to town by it. her father, J. W. Adams'. And we aro now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of children that she has been called away. ConstabloT. G. Nunnelley and were Mrs. Mattii: Kirhy wont to Crab fc McKlnnoy's and Her maiden name was Crawford and allowed guard. Sheriff Owens and a Call at Hlgglns Orchard Springs yesterday. email posse went in search of GadberCumberland Gap, see tho Wheeler fc Wilson ball bearing sho is a sister of tho Rev. A. W. Craw- ry and found him MR. T. A. Hick, of at John Cannon's sewing machine; rotary motion; no ford, of Paint Lick. She leaves eight J joined his wife horo Saturday. shuttle. children to sulTer her loss besides the house In Shelby City. He wa9 brought Wm. TKRRYand Herbert Ware, both here and turned over to Jailer DeBord Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maakot at reasonable price, also a complete lino of broken hearted husband, to whom she of tho Highland section, are vory 111. ESTRAY. A black mare mule, 144 was a wife indeed. May God comfort at 4 o'clock Sunday morning. He told the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. We solicit your trade. Mrs. Martha I'axton went to Leb- hands, left my place Friday last. Will them. an I. J. reporter that ho did not do the anon to attend tho funeral of Mrs. Mof- - give f reward for her return. Mark shooting nor did he know who did. He SherllT B. P. For int. Hardin, Stanford, had ono hand on White, Jr., nnd Circuit Clerk D. W. he says, and In Robinson's shoulder, MR. II. H. Dalton, who Hvos In the the other a flag when "Tin: College Home," Dr. J. S. White, of Clay, delivered to Jailer Goshon section, Is very low of consumpthe Negro was shot. The other boys Stapp writes us from Campbcllsville, here Saturday Jesse Barnett nnd claim tion. that they knew nothing of his ;t MISS ANNIB 1'ICKKTT, of Shelby, Is will re nil mo Its scholastic duties at James Baker charged with tho murder being shot until they saw blood issuing of Messrs. Howard and Stoves. They vlsltlnjr her ..later, Mrs. Will Sever- Crab Orchard, Sept. .1. from his head and a few seconds later ance. are of the Baker crowd of tho famous 's Now that tho convention is over let icud between them and the Howards fall to the foot of the carriage. Maiibi. Taylor, of Huston-vlllMiss father, Mr. John Gadberry, a people turn their attention to work was tho guest of Miss Lucllo the and itro held without ball. Barnett is respected citizen of Casey, was here and paying their debts. It would be a Cooper. quite a respcctlble looking man of 55, Sunday and when he called on his son and good idea to begin tho latter at this while Baker is a lad of not more than Mlt. AND Mrs. Oro. II. Druck the latter wept bitterly. He is only 19 Danville, woro otllce. G. II. Hruco, Jr., of Id. The boy Is a son of Tom Hownrd, yenrs old and bcems to be an unusually hero yesterday. White, and tender-hearteTUB wcathor has been deliclously who muruored youth. FBRRBLL was at Frankfort last cool for several days, giving TOM people a the two men nrosaid to have been with Tho shot may have been accidental, to see his brother, who Is In jrood much needed breathing spell after tho him when Howard and Stoves were week so far as the Negro i9 concerned, but spirits and well. long hot wave. "Fair Tuesday; warm- murdered nnd old man Baker, shot in be that as it may, there was a reckless Is Miss Vircjib Wmitb, of Corbln, tho back. Tom Baker is now in the er," predicts the signal service. disregard of life, which merits tho In the Gilwith Mrs. James Dalton, Knox county jail. severest punishment. The men had Saloon Closbd. Judge T. L. Shcl-toberts Crook section. of Rowland, has sold his stock of Circuit court closed yesterday. been shooting along the highway, 1'almkr, tin attractive Miss Liuna younr lady of Mtullson, Is tho j;uut of whiskies, .to., to Thomas Forrill and Tho trial of John Smith for the killing ngaitixl the law, and we understand clocod his saloon. He will devote his of Jemima Nelson, which wai com that they are accustomed to that kind Mrs. A T. Traylor. We will offer Summer Goods at Mrs. J. T. HocKKR, of Corbln, came attention to his coal and hotel busi- menced Thursday afternoon, resulted of doings after every visit that they In a hung jury. Bill Lewis for shoot- make to Hustonvllle for whisky. Mr. ness. down Sunday to visit hor paronts, lllght indicates his gullt.though ing John Smith In the same row was and Mrs. O. J. Ciow. TllltKB. Circuit usually given a line of SoO to be worked Court out if it may be that his companions are as Hon. anu mus.UknbmctSiwi.iuno. brings a killing, but this bassoon three much in the mud as he is in the mire. not paid. of Lebanon, drove up and jHMit Sun! H)ions killed since it bugnu a month George Judge Saulley, believing in the princiJ. B. Paxton, attorney for day at Col. T. T. IllllV. ago. Rope and plenty of it is badly Stoohcm-on- . filed grounds for a new ple that nil men aro equal under the Mrs. l'rss Ccktis, who has boon nudd to put a stop to tho awful cartrial for him yestordny, but they wete law and that a white man who commits Hureh, nage. visiting hor sltir. Mrs. Mary overruled and Judge Saulley then sen- crime should bo given no more considreturned to Georgetown Saturday. Till! Walllns cluim that injustice was tenced him to bo hanged by tho neck eration, if as much, promptly ordered a ; Miss Ei.lkn IIamjol', of Stanford, . Prior to our usual invoice Aug. 1. Come to us for your needs. vbdUug Mrs. J. M. Itlchard-o- done them in our article on tho Crab until ho is dead, between the hours of grand jury summoned yesterday and it has been (J for a few days. -- Somerset Paragon. Orchard mob. They asidstod Sherlll 7 A. M.nnd i: M. on Thursday, August may be that there will betwohnngings IS. Tho Negro listened to the awful bore soon instead of one. At any rate ) i Mcssits. C. C. and l. G. Williams Owens In getting the prisoner away, thoy say, and tho nhrlUf confirms tho words without apparent concern and tho court Is absolved from showing any are hereon iouti to tho Danville by a reporter, If he felt difference between murderers, whether when to so that McCreary Is nomi- statement. much alarmed, he replied "some." lie they be white or black. nated. Dcki Dbad. Mr. John Oooch, of the says he Is but 17 years old. The following composed the grand CORI'ORAL J. O. LYNN arrived from Gilberts Crook section, in vory much oxtondod jury: G. D. Hopper, G. O. Givens, E. Judge Saulley yesterday Chlokamaiiga on a visit to his jMirents distressed because of the (loath of his T. Pence, C. Bishop, W. P. Grimes, J. yesterday, looking vory much Ilka a famous fox hound, Rambler, which ho the term anothor week. S. Owsley, Sr., Dan Holraan, S. regular. LinCOUNT V CONVENTION J. F. Cash, W. T. S. BUAJil.KY and thinks was tho greatest fox dog Dr. AND MRS. coln over produced. Tucker and P.. C. Nuncelley. and wlfo, of LanonsUr, FOR MCCRBARY T1IRBB TO ONB. J. A. ISotuluy The grand jury after some dltlleulty KlLLKD. Tom Morrlssy. famaliarly spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Saturday was a lively day hero. The In getting evidence indicted Gadberry known as "Boatman," who used to unterritlcd begnn to arrive early and W. W. Hays. Miss KLiXAiurra McKiavain. of work In P. W. Green's saloon here, when Jim Cnrter's wagon train of Mc- for murder. The others will be turned " Franklin, tho haudsomu and highly was ono of SIu.fter's soldlors who was Creary men came at 10 o'clock from over to the lower court. Gadberry will accomplished sister of Mrs. J. S. OwB-le- killed ut Santiago. Ho joined the Highland, following the stars and bo tried at onco. army several years ago. Jr., Is her guoet. FKESH LINE OF- stripes carried by Wm. Huser, the town The next National fox hunt will take JUNIUS II. Kbid, who has boon rick was pretty well filled with people. They place in November near Bowling Public Mbbtinu. Major J. N. for a weok, wont up to Hustoijvlllo, Menefoo has called a meeting of the continued to arrive till 2 when there Green. with tho hope of being benefited by citizens Tho gold in the New York court-housThurs- wore fully 1,500 from the country here. for at the hi mother's nursing. will weigh us much as 10 50 ton day night, 21st, to decide whether the It was soon seen that the McCreary MR. AND MRS. A. T. SPRATT nnd town shall continue its contract with men had everything their own way and engines. family, Including MUs Florence Sprutt, The Eat Tennessee Telephono pays the Water, Light and Ice Co., as it is, nfter spending $500 or SC00, in addition loft Friday for Farmers City, 111., to or modify it. It is tho prevailing im- to tho large amount expended before 81,200 a year for a franchise in Lexingtho regret of tholr friends. pression that tho expense in this line In the vain hope of stemming tho tide, ton, which is not an exclusive ono. DR. PBTBR Wai.TBRCaRTBR bus deOf the $S!2,527,1)91 appropriated at tho opposition gave up in disgust. By ought to be curtailed. cided to locate hero for tho practice of ringing in Gilbert men,Thompson men, tho session of congress just closed, the dentistry and will open an olllco over Lancastbr. Tho democratic con- Harding men and opposed to Instruc- sum of &t01,783,0M was to meet war vention met Saturday and instructed tion men, they succeeded however in expenses. Hlgglus it McKinuey's store. A NUMHBltof Danville Knights of its delogation for Mc''renry, of Madi- counting Ml, which is 01 moro than we Win. A. Hunter, son of Gumshoes Pythias came up Thursday night to us-- 1 son, for congress. Tho committee on had given tho combination, but at that and late deputy U. S. marshal, eloped Call And Seo Me. sUt the local lodge in conferring the resolutions first recommended that vory poor showing considering tho with Miss Blancho Mulkin, of LouisRothwcll, of Garrard, receive first in- amount of work and money expended. ville, to Jeffersonville Saturday and third degree on Dr. K. J. Drown. a ALliRRT NBWLANIt is up from structions and McCreary second. Mr. There was considerable McCreary mon- married her. Park to see his parents, Mr. Hothwell refused to accept these In ey ailoat too, but Its expenditure was Seven weeks ago Mrs. Edelln, near and Mrs. O. P. Nowland. Ho has lost structions, and tho delegation was in not necessary to carry this county for Burgin, had a turkey hen to hatch 2S soldier. JO pounds since ho became instructed for McCroarv. the Madison man, who In a primary young ones from 27 eggs nnd has not L. D. Tyson, commander of Col. election and on a full vote, would have lost a one of them. Sanders .t Co. sold A 1MULB reading club has been form tho fith U. S. Volunteers, in hereto get gotten fully 1,300 of tho over l,G00dcm-ocratl- c a car load of lambs in Cincinnati at C.20 Ho ed by a number of tho gentlemen on more men and to buy lino horso. votes of Lincoln. Tho best men and a car load of hogs at4.70. Harrods Danville street and each Sunday after is a soldierly looking man and said to in tho county aro for him first, last and burg Democrat. noon a dozen or more chapters are read bo a lino o Ulcer. all the time and if he goes down in deTho highest priced throughbred year; W. Allbn and nnd discussed. Mr. John Bright is feat by a miserable combination, ho AVo will store wheat at a less price than you can store Mr. and Mrs. J. ling of tho year is a colt by Hanover, president, and Messrs. John M. McRob Held, of Hustonvllle, son, Miss Anna of knowing orts, J. E. Bruco and John Engleman will have tho satisfaction out of Ursuline, Lueien Appleby, tho "who stored last year made money. Also and Mrs. J. T. Conway and son, of that his friends here were not, and did New Jersey breeder, turfman and book- it yourscli. All are some of tho members. They started Wichita, Kansas, were guests of Mr. be, swerved from their maker, bought Ursultno from Milton at Genesis and intend reading the good not Intend to will either buy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and and Mrs. W. L. Evans purpose of instructing for him for tho Young for $500 in foal to Hanover and Cla- book through. Mrs. Sam Hookbr, and MIsecs position ho filled so long and so credilast week in New York sold tho mare's see us. ra Kennedy und Susie Saunders and UUSTONYILLB Fair. West End peo- tably. colt for 89,500. It may be added that tho Tho "no instruction" idea was cunMiller Saunders wont to Mi. Vernon ple tell us that preparations aro already while a very handsome and racy to stay awhile. Miss Mary being made for tho Ilustonvillo fair, ningly conceived, but It couldn't bo colt, Saturday looker, has a couple of Saunders is visiting In Crab Orchard. which will be held three days, com worked on a McCreary crowd. over his eyes. The only other Cait. W. U. Pbnny and Sergt. J. mencing Aug. 10. Big premiums will When they saw how badly tho Mc- horns that has horns is Bersan, tho horso M. Saulloy, of tho Oth Regiment, are bo offered and an attractive program Creary men had tho boys beaten many sire. making good progress gottiug recruits and a good tlmo generally Is promised refrained from voting for their man, or for Co. B., and will probably take away nil who attend. Tho hospitality of tho ho might have gotton 1,200. Considering that four barrooms were 23. Capt, Penny's company have pre- West Endtrs Is proverbial nnd tholr sented him with u 8100 sword and bolt, latch strings, as usual, will hung on In full blast nnd money plentiful, tho n which ho appreciates both for Its value the outside. Muko arrangements to crowd was a very orderly ono, no disUndertaker, turbance of consequenco occurring. and tho spirit that prompted it. Hustonville, - - - Kentucky RO. Gilbert sent R. L. Pulliam hero from Stbimibnson. Miss Stolla Stephen Shelby county to help buy tho boys LOCAL HAPPENINGS. h!crTicei to the people of West Llncolu son died Saturday after a lingering ill Into lino, but ho too ran up tho white and Cawy counties. Full Mock ol oUiniand Cuk- CliBAl' threshing coal. J. II. Baugh ness of consumption and was buried in Hag, when ho saw how tho cat was go- etnalwajion n.inu. 95 D. S. Carpenter, Manager. man & Co. .tho old IIlll burying ground near Mai- ing to jump. Hon. Harvoy Holm led tho McCreary Go to Cash & McCluro's for IX cof- wood Sunday afternoon after services by Rev. Ford, of Lexington. She was forces nnd to him nnd his faithful lieu, fee at nine cents. 2(5 years old and had been a devout tenants aro duo much credit. J. M. FuviT Jars, Canu and Jelly Glasses member of the Christian church slnco Alverson. of this olllco, Is worthy of I liavo decided to adopt tho Cash S3stetn at Warren fc Shanks'. her early youth. Sho was a daughter speolal mention for his Indefatigable 9 believing It will be better for my customers of William Stephenson and u most; ex- olloris. Tub Southbound puseonger, No. 23, cellent young ludy. Undertaker J. C. Rockcastle Instructed for McCreary as well us myst'ii, mj ueguuuiiK In now arrives horo at l:io l. M., or two MeClary, who burled her and know without a dissenting volco. No wonder dune15 will sell Gash minutes earlier. her well, says sho was ono of tho best Gilbert is alleged to havo said to TIhmo owing mo must corao forward Snakb. John Skidmoro killed a young women ho ever knew. Miss Thompson aftor tholr recent speaking Only. settle or their acoouuts will bo placed on earth did ami V. A. Trlbble's hands for collection. HIGG-IN- S In ruttlesnako at tho foot of Mason's Gap, Stephenson was onco postmaster at there: "Thompson, what V. A. CARaON, Crab Orchard. ' 21 up hero for?'' you steor mo Maywood. which had ill rattles and a button. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! StbI'IIUXSON ia to hatu; Aup. IStli. l.l toll-hous- 3 H 4, 'I 1 u - BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! 11 m ,.,- -. Black, Clay, Worsted, H -- rt AT ONLY 52.50, W. B. M01-TKTT- . FERKIIVS, i! una-sumi- ng 1 IS HEME I con-du- ct PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES i ( i 4 Safb-Kbbi'IN- Dc-Bo- rd CRAIG & HOCKER'S. ' c, Gad-berry- Ante - Moiee d n, m m SALE. Gad-berry- 's Greatly Rsduced SEVERANCE Prices n con-vontl- & SONS. Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. -- y, e sub-treasur- y Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing Way Down. STANFORD. Chick-auiaug- MARK HARDIN, 11 11 well-develop- J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. woll-know- n J. T. SUTTON GLASSWARE Glassware. Most Any Thing You Want 4 m OBi-r- - See Our 10c Counter o FOR CASH ! 1 m for Glass For 10c & McKINNBT. 0 1 V it 11 MIL. i rrj - -- r- n J' ' l-- v ff THE INTERIOR JOURNAL vt"bllBlioiiTia.aaaa5-a aiid.3rrlia.vo vrv-ivrcac sa j?hjii"vk.a.i. ir w When not o raid 032. CO will lie charged tPSKyrl KENTUCKY CENTRAL TIME MED. DIVISION. Arrrtresnt Stanford at 1:M a. m. No. 2.10 A. l. Stanford at No. 4 v. No. 21 Arrive at Rowland at 12:00 da M. 3M0 r. No. 22 Leaves Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 24 Train going North HO. 26 No. 25 No. 23 ..2 37 p rn ' " OUth 2 41 12 13 127 pin a Ul a in For allirolnti. RO'JOII TICKETS SOLD. lUOGAQE CHECKED THKOUGU. For anr Information enquire of JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Tho president says that ho consider BptMBMKigjjSPsjpMjijjgK FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. ed It unwise for Congress to adjourn before the bill to raise 2.j,000 colored a. m. ami 3 r. r., Trains leave Frankfort at connecting at Georgetown w 1th Q. A C. and reach. troops was passed, because such troops Paris a. M. and 5: 10 r. m. In Paris at Georgewere specially adapted to the Cuban at9:20 a. M. and 5:30 p. .v., connecting at at 11:55 men. town with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort and necessary to tho success 2,- - climate, 7:20 pm A. H. and Ashcvillc is situated on a plateau WTOX, A. G. V. A. of tho war. 500 feet above the sea level, surrounded by high mountains, tho contour of Special excursion to Chautauqua, !s QUEEN & CRESCENT. which Is gentle and they are clothed Y., July Sth to 20th at extremely low with a verdant growth of timber. Some rates via the "Big Four." For tickets Trains pass Junction City as follows: 12 02 p m No. 2 North......4 11 p m of these mountains rise to the height No. I South and full Information call on agents, or 3 41 am 1149 am No. 3 " "4 131pm of 7,000 feet. The air Is so pure and address the undersigned. E. O. " 6 " 11 IS am Self-Foldin-g No. 5 6 00am 8 05 p in "10 " No. 9 " . exhalaPass. Traffic Mgr., Warren J. fur iasen. invigorating, and the resinous No. does not stop. Ko. 2 stops only fur10 run sjrs from South of Somerset 9 and only tonoSom tions of the pine forests, produce resto- Lynch, Ass. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., ther than Junction City and Sand 0 rative Influences unsurpassed. In the Cincinnati, O. erset. center of court square stands a monuAccordiug to statistics the colored ment erected In memory of Senator people of the United States are paying food pure, Royal makca the Vance, one of North Carolina's great wholesome and dtllclou. est and best men. On a high eminence taxes on $204,000,000 worth of property. in the heart of tho city stands tho beau This is not a bad showing for a people tiful Battery Park Hotel. This place who 34 years ago were only chattels Is of historic Interest as It was occupied themselves. by tho Confederate battery during tho A letter addressed to "The Ornrlcst My Kntire Stock Of war. From its broad piazzas, one has a Man In tho United States," alter a lonp magnificent view, and exclaims, truly, journey through tho malls, was very the name, "The Land of the Sky," is appropriately sent back to the writer Up-To-D- ate no misnomen. The rides and drives In Denx'er. over mountains and through valleys are All Shapes, Sizes and Color, I now oil it at of unequalled beauty. HON. G. G. GILBERT, So much has been written of the for Conprincely estate of George Vanderbllt, Of Shelby Countv. Is a candidate District of gress in the Eighth Congressional consisting of 140,000 acres, of his ele- Kentucky, subject to tho action of the demgant mansion of carved stone, his dcor ocratic party. POWDER parks and hunting grounds, yet it may Absolutely Pure B. THOMPSON, be of some Interest to know that he se- HON. Of Mercer, Is a candidate for lected this place because, having trav- for CoucrOss In the Elshtli Congressional eled the world over, he said the climate DMrlct of Kentucky, subject to th action BOYAl awiNOPOVtOCR CO., MW YORK. party. wa3 the finest and the scenery most of tho democratic . K attractive. A letter from some promiv' Wo aro authorized to announce nent citizen secures you a permit to enter this domain. We pass through the MRS. U. D. SIMPSOX, Pror.. lodge, on cither side of which, is a Of Madison County, a candldato for Conter, : Kentucky. high wall. I will not tire the reader gress In tho Eighth Congressional District I of Kentucky, subject to the action of tho with descriptions of the miles and miles democratlc'party Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd of beautiful drive-way- s of crushed Porters tabic. Everything stone solidified; luxuriant llower gar69 meet all trains. & dens and thousands of beautiful vines and shrubs, warmed by God's sunshine A. S. PRICE, FOR SALE. and watered by Ills dew. nis private .Surgeon drive is very romanesquo in appearance A houe ami lot In Moreland Station, tho Dentist, twostorles high, building and built at a cost of 800,000; elegant main:. .. ttlt.k.l CO by 30,flii'iilllnrr slllfllhln up- 5?ffifflS ..... .i.fi. building ll by flip tennis court, bordered by n massive maU co. hido Stanford, Ky. salt fountain j corn cribs, ware room and ,.... shed, well Stone wall. An Egyptian via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points .. v iirranguu lor Kucr f f thta ,..,,. Offloeover Mclloberts' Drug Store In theKOwstey south, to the from $15,000 to S20.000 worth of goods .4 ine Ilulldlng. which he paid a fabulous price. The annually. Is offered for sale, sight dazzled our eyes, as wo passed by, Trans-Mississip- pi and was an evidence to us what money, aste and man's ingenuity could do. No Also a good stock of goods at prime cost. Exposition, Omaha, June ist. are sold In Until tho house and TINNING & PLUMBING, one save the lord of this manor and bulk, I will sell goods forgoods at about cost.a cash his friends, ever behold the interior. A The house will bo rented after tho 15th of STANFORD, KY., visitor in Ashevlllo remarked to rao July and tho goods sold at auction, reIs now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing that I would live to see the day It would gardless of orlco International (Meeting, Buffalo, July II. II. KING. and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's be called "Vauderbllt's Folly." Moreland Station, Ky. III nek Diamond ltoof Paint. Telephone No. I was told also of n young lady who Shop ou Mill St.. oppslto J. SO, residence. tf H. Baughman&Co.'s Mill made a wager that she could gain adConclave, Indianapolis, August mittance Into the mansion. With her LOUISXZILLE gentleman friend she walked boldly to Louisville, Ky., the entrance and asked to tho interior. Being denied that pleasuro she said: AMERICANS EUROPEAN Cincinnati, O., September 'Cousin Georce said I could come 1898. t aV PliANS. whenever I wanted to." The man re2S J il Sy Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to The Ladies Restaurant is the finest in plied, "All right come In." She asked V. C. Rlncarson, O. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Every convenience for ladies "May I bring my friend." He replied, the city. Ihe day in the city. spending Books, flaps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates "I did not say your friend' could come, Gentlcnen's Cafe on office floor. cand full Information. but only you." You can well Imagine A. MULLIGAN, THOMAS her surprise on finding herself face to Manager. face with George Vanderbllt himself. Music - Tuesday, Thursd.iy ami Sunday G. H. B., Jr. Kvcnin'. Danville, July 8. ck, A VISIT TO ASIIVILLE, N. C. I nttonded the Southern students con. ference held nt Ashoville, N. C, recently. A trip over the Q. Sc C. and Southern Hallway Is uiosfdclljjhtful to lovers of uature. The mountain scen ery in soutlicrn ivcntucKy anu lennes- seo and alontr the French Broad Is so grand and picturesque and so appreciated by travelers, that an observation car Is furnished for their pleasure without any charge. Wo traveled for miles along this beautiful river, shallow, but Very wide, with huge boulders here and there, resembling white sharks emerglugfrom its waters. Towering far above our heads, until they seem lost In the clouds, are giant mountains and the scenery is magnificent. Truly, "the man or woman who loves nature best, loves tho mountains." The convention was held ou Bingham Heights, aituutcd on the French Broad Bluff, from which we had a most magnificent panorama of views. To ward the South rise Pisgah and the Blue Rldgo; toward the East tho Black mountains. Wo also saw Vandcrbllt's mansion clltterlng In the sheen of the setting sun. A moro delightful place could not have been selected for holding a convention. About HO delegates from the Southern colleges were present. The object of this convention was to deepen the spiritual life of college Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be Interested In tho experience of Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrancc, Providence, It. I. Hu says: "For several years I have boon almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, tho frequent attacks completly prostrating mo and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel. About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly gave me n feinall bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ltemedy. Much to my surprise and delight its effects were immediate. Whonovor I felt symptoms of tho disease 1 would fortify myself against tho attack with a low doses of this valuable remedy. The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the affliction." For sale by Craig & Hooker, druggists. Monon Route via Chicago is tho proper line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Monon Route, Louisville, for pamphlets, rates and tlmo tables for all resorts In Wisconsin, Minnesota and A TRAVELLERS TESTIMONY. What He Carried on the Cars Marine made flusl etllcimnt Molrl-anasMmira of A. I that It Is mi Ioiui r to tin interliatn est of the ctatr to kirp the .laiiliirnt moved the county court to illsrlisrcn toe from th Irtut and reha.o inn from all llahllty on account thereof. 11. 1II.I.M, AsslnnraofA. I Mobrrly. 31 TVTArilTnT? lNUllLJ!i Mug KitlMlnl I la. oH 1 Till: Tlllltll SESSION OF To Take when Travelling. Itvery traveller knows that continuous Journeying on the railroad In very apt to derange the system in some way. In xpltc of springs and soft scats there 1h n continuous Jar nnd vibration, which net- - upon the nervous system, and produce results varying somewhat, according to the strength of the traveller or his prcdlspoti-tio- u to some specific ailment. The inott common consequence of continuous car riding is constipation. Anil this condition invariably produces headache, and tends to biliousness. J. J. Converse, ht I.oui, Mo., found a way to avoid the evil effects of constipation, to which he was subject when travelling. He carried with him "the pill that will" cure constipation nnd all its sequent aufieriugs. This is what he says : "Travelling1 on the cars tends to const!, p&tiou with me, but by using Dr. J. C, Ayer's Pills moderately, my bowels arc kept in healthy action. They alo prevent headache." J. J. Conveusi:, St. LouU.Mo. Dr. Ayer rills nre good for constipation under alt circumstances nnd conditions. They have cured loug standing cases after every other .medicine hod failed. Kcv. Fraud n. Unrlnwe. of Atlanta, Go., fur- uisucs a case in poiut. lie writes "l'or some years pasl, I was subject to constipation, from which 1 suffercil inconvenience, in spite of the use of medicine of various kinds, until some mouths ngo. when I begnu taking Hr. J. C. Aycr'a Pills. They have entirely corrected the costive habit, nnd vastly Improved mv general health." (Kuv.) 1:ka.ncis U. IlAHLuwn, Atlanta, Ca. Constipation U, perhaps, the most erl. ous physical evil of It is like the Octopus, that grapples its victim ami fastens its tentacles ou (runic nitd limbs one after another, until nt last, incapable of longer teslstaucc, the helpless to bis frightful foe. Constipation is the beginning of many of the most murderous maladies, the clogged system becoming charged with poison that affect the liver and kidneys, nnd prostrate the entire being mentally, morally, and physically. Dr. Ayer's Villa will cure cousttpatfon. If you doubt it semi for Dr. Ayer's Curebook, free, containing the testimonvof those cured bv this remedy. Address J. C AyerCo., Lowell. Mass. being-succumb- s Ky. Wcsleyan Academy At Iitiriisldc, Ky , Boglns Thursday, Sopt.8. Faculty of I'lvi' Experienced Tcnchon nil college graduates, l.urollment lust your ItkV Excellent eourM'i offered In Latin, Greek. Sri-em-- Tht' Acnili'tny for coming m.Iiiii litis I'ull German. Trench, English Mathematics. History, Music, Oratory nnd riiynlil Culture. Term moderutn. Hoarding Is nil th.it could bo wished In way of comfort nnd convenience l'or particular und Catalogue, nddres the Principal. .11 JAMES O IKM.LKV. M. A. Cool Wisconsin' Resorts. -- The Excursion VIA Rnic-- CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, cheerfully Michigan. Information given and services of an agent to meet all uartles on arrival of trains at Lou isville and Chicago rendered free. "Big Pour Route, fl I'inkst Service Kvkh Okkkhkd. TVT Aw KJ TPxJ. A n The "New York and lloston Murium Set 11." ASD NO. 18. "Southwestern limited." UNSfli-PASSE- Make Close Cotniecttom. TRAIN SEIlVICi: AND Mit'lI'MEST ticket fall on agrntsnf the Dig I'uHr Uute and full luformaHwn. I. ( MrCOIlMU'K. W.UtltltNJ LYNCH, pjs Tratli. Mr. Am. (ten 1W A Tkt. Aft. . ITNCINSATI. fr ! 1 it Extension Table. See at W. W. Withers. A.C.SNE. .I'KALKK I.N... IL U M B IE M9 w mifi first-clas- s. G. D. CORSETS. W. H. SHANKS. SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. Corsets, FIRE INSURANCE Just What They Cost Me; No More. j1 v, Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. J. 1 Mason Hotel tineas hon. j as. b. Mccreary Goods II Caledonian Co., 01 : Insurance Scotland. KOUNUKD 1MOC R.B MAHONY.Agt, hTAMUltD, KY. & S Store Room H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., Ng? 0nn,l,nn.,nn. Low Rates 14-1- Is Receiving J. "T. Jones, 21-- PRICE, $1,200." l!s Fall And Viitcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. B. Y. P. U. 7. HOTEL Knights Pythias 0, Farmers Bank&Trnst OF STANFOltl), KY. Co 22-3- 9. JX.JtfcCtyVY Pali up Capital, Surplus, 4 G. A. R. Encampment 5200.CO0 00 17,603 80 n UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. 'MONON, Creek, In Lincoln county. Thl Is one of tho THE bent farms In the neighborhood; with good DDXHICQII! mil' buildings of nil kinds on It. 21U AOKF.S ON Half Fake to Buffalo, N. Y., and I'll SAMK CKEEK. In Garrard. Also threo return on July 11, 32 and 13. All roads For Terms nddcis. t hares In 100 AOKK.S. known as tliu Stone farm, on Dlx Itlvur, adjoining Green Ilrlar will sell tickets via C. U. & D. RailPENETKATKS GUS Springs, und a half Interest In 88 ACRES In way, good returning July 19. By reGarrard Co. This Is well timbered land. 50 acres nt my farm ut Cedar Creek. Any per- EIGHT questing can bo extended until Aug. GREAT STATES son wuntlugto buy auyofthetotructsshould 3rd. Parties desiring can go by boat I will Miow Kontuckv, Tcnnesseo, Virginia, Georgia, cull on mo leforo tho bale and from Toledo, returning by rail or vice show them over them. Will also sell 1 Saw North and South Carolina, combined; In good repair; 7 and Grist Mill Alabama, Mississippi. versa can visit Niagara Falls en route. Horses, '.' Milk Cows, 1 Calf, 1 mulo Colt, 2 Any Information cheerfuly furnished llorso Wagon Ilugglos, 2 Spring Wagons, In 20 of corn In Held, by W. W. Penn, T. P. A., C. H. & D. li interest Cuue, acres Stock Scales, lot of sumpair .Millet nnd lot of I wish to announce that this popular Ry., Junction City, Ky. mer resort will bo upon for the accommoda- blacksmith tools, cane mill, 0 or 8 hogs, lot Between Louisville am1 the South. Hoards, Household & Xumbor, Shingles and tion of guetits. Kltcbi n Furniture, Ac. Ac. have used Chamberlain's Cough "I My farm on Cedar Crcok contains 80 acres Remedy in my family for years and aland lies ou Crab Orchard & Stanford pike. blacksmith shop It has a good store-housways with good results," says Mr. W. nnd in good neighborhood, closo to churches Each way botwecn Loulsrlllo and Lexington B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For .small Information wrlto Heduucd rates during tho first month. nnd schools. For further For luformutlon In regurd to rates, etc., to tlio undersigned or J. I. Chandler, auc- W. A. TURK, G. P. A., children we find it especially effecWabblugton. D. C. tioneer, Walnut Flat, Ky. Sale to begin at mak J. Roed, O. P. A., Chicago. tive." B'orsalo by Craig & Hocker, nddres9 11. witianT, II. TAYLOE, A. G. P. A. 10 o'clock, when tho terms will bo announE. 11. Bacon, D. V. A., Louisville, Ky druggists. 2 Crab Orchard, Ky. O. W. SINQLETON, Crab Orchard. Louisville, Ky ced. Cool, TAKE THE The greatest size to which a horse has been known to grow is 20 hands high. This is tho record of a Clydes. dale which was on exhibition in 1880 &C. in New York. The animal weighed nearly 3,000 pounds, and although only Ave years old measured 32 inches round the arm, 15 inches round the stille or knee joint, DC Inches in girth, 34 inches round the bip and 11 feet 4 inches in length. CRAB ORCHARD A UK- PUBLIC SALE Of Land, Stock And As I f IDR. R. m. PH6LPS, Kentucky. Sc Cr:p. I will want to sell out, on SPRINGS Amuso-luon- ts Saturday, July 16, 1898, sale nt my home on Cedar Creek, t! miles from Crab Orchard, on the turnplko jeauing ironi unu urcnani 10 sianiorij, tho following property, OlTer for to-w- lt: HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, lljr proTltlont of Iti charter, dfwlton nre a fully irutectr a aro In National Jlanki, It aliarvliuMen UriniC helil ItiillYlilually liable to tbeexteut of the aniuiintof ttmlr UK.k therein at Ihe par Talue thereof, lliaililitlou to tliu amount In. tested in luch hares ll may act aa executor, ad. uilnUtiator, truttre, Ac , ai fully ai an InJlrldual. Tendering our thaiiLit '1jmi who tiatoeiitruil ed their biulnesa to us, e trust they will roullnu to do so, ami we oiler m a guarantee fur rim pt A t teutlon to aaiu our 2u years' exrlenro In hank, lug and asllberularcomuioilatiout as are consistent with sound hauling. maiCTOxi, Ml. J.J. Williams, II. Vernon; W. Cuiunilus, I'reaclumtllle; J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II Owsley, WIUUui (ioth, S. II. Shauki, 8. J. Kmbry, J.F. CusL, J. E. Ljrnn, A. W. Carjenter J. !'. Mcuefec. orriCKRS. 9. II. Shanks. President: J. II. Owsley Cashier; W. M. Iirlght eller djltoi Stanford, Ofllce ovor Hlgglns McKlnney's Store. NOW OPEN. Exhilarating, Itustful. Music, und Good Living. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. 100 Acres of Land on Fall Lick Southern Railway s Capital Stock $100,000. Surplui, $15,760 HOFMANN, Prop. Season of 1898. The Popular Route to GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS 1- -2 Through Sleeping Cars CHICAGO. Attention of the public Is called to tho fact that this is the only National Hank In Stanford. Do. ler the provisions ol the National Hank Act dcosltors aro secured not only Iit the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount eipialtn the stock so that ilejioelioriof this li'stltu. llou are secured by a fund of JJCU.OOO. Fire iworn statements ol the condition ol tho Hank are made each year to the United States Uorernment and lis assets are examined at stated times by government agenis, wiuj securing auuuionai anu perfect salef to depositors, This institution originally established as the De posit Hank of Stanford In 1638, then reorganized aa the National Uauk ofStautord In 18C5 andagaln reorKanlictl as tho First Natloual Hank of Stanford In Ibi'i, has had practically an uninterrupted exist, ence for M years. It Is better supplied now wltU lacilltles for transacting business promptly and lib erally than bver before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, Hrma ibu juuiTiuumssuiiLiieu. n crcnsrzE , 1898. e, THREE DAILY TRAINS J. S. Hocker, " W. I. Walton " Mi D.Elmore, DIKtCTORS. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Haydon, Stanford S. H. Itaughuian. " S.T. Harris, " W. A. TrYbble, M. J. Miller, MUVernoB. T.P. Hill, J.H.Colller.Crab Orch'd Stanford, t. V J. S Hocker, President; J.J. McRobertalCwhU A. A .McKlnney. AmhiUntCashler. I orricias. : v r . .S.V