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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898071501 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. jr-- j1-1 'i "r tr-;n-vi i" tmhi ii WWiWl BHw on urn iT nti itsmhjfnm immTm U V I .1 SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. DANVILLE, Y COXnilKSSIOXAL CONVENTION. . INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY ( I l R 1898. NO. 38 Your personal horo so 1)011. I (II July 12. --The Opera mayor, J. H. Fisher, Hoiino is beautifully decorated for the Our occasion with tho National colors, and is still making lmprovomont? In underneath '"?th Congrossloual Disby trict, July 12, 1S03," in letters of everTho Bowor now bolnir constructed green, it fine portrait of Win. Jennings Mogsr. Lyous & Nichols U nam-tuBryan appoars. Tho arrangement of completion. Soma excitement w.a croatod Tims-da- y the touts for the delegates is very the whole lowor lloor Is altornoon by a horse, belonging to llllod with them, the gallery being Joo Leo, falling violently on tho street, having become frlghtoilud nt a thrush-or- . crowded with spectators. The scono is It Is thought that the hor&o U dan- an animated ono, heightened by tho gerously Injured. There was no one in strains of inspiring music. Convention was called to order tho vehicle. promptly by J. Wilkes Morgan, chairMrs. Joo McDowell, of tho West Knil, died Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock man of tho district committee, of the of eatnrrhul pneumonlu In tho tilth Nth Congressional district. Rev. J. R year of her age. She hud been for 10 Savugo, of the Methodist church, divine guidance. Nominations for yoars a confirmed luvalld, but was takon critically 111 about a week ago. She chairman being In order a Shelby counwas boforo hor marriage Miss Kllen ty man nominated Dr. T. R. Welch, of Irvine avid was born and reared in this Jessamine, the same who had been county. She spent all of hor life In agrood on by tho McCroary men. Ills Lloylo except six yoars In Meruor and election was unanimous and amid great applause, and he made a short speech of six In Fayette. Shu was a elstor of McDowell. Four daughters thanks. James I. Hamilton, of GarMr. Lee rard, was chosen secretary und Kdward and three tons survive her Mrs. John Misses Booth, of Anderson, atsistant. On moM. Brooks, of Mlddlesboro; Tattle, Kllen and Margaret McDowolI, tion that tho three committees be appointed by selecting a man from each of Hoylo; Mossr. Sam, of Hoylo, K. I., McDowell, of county, the following wore named: of Lexington, and Loo Resolutions -- R. S. Collins, Leslie Fayette. She was burled In tho DanSharp. Letcher Owsley, Letcher Saun-durville. Cemetery Wednesday afternoon. M. F. North, John D. Goodloe, Hon. It. I'. Jacob- and wife have I. W. Hardin, W. W. Saunders, W. gone to l'etoskey, Mich. Miss Julia Hlgglns, of Richmond, Is visiting Miss M. Scotland W.M. Black. Organization and Rules J. A. Sue McKoborls. .Mr. S. V. Rowland John W. Rawllngs, Ike Dunn, to attend the came up from l'lttsburg Dr. and Mrs. 12. M. Green Jr., R. S. Ferry, R. C. Warron, J. convention. left yesterday for it month's stay In Tevis Cobb, W. C. Boll, Dr. I'orcy Benton, Atlanta. Mrs. Kdward Slucky, of Lou- Brown. J. C. Beckham and Lou I'. isville, who has been visiting Miss Credentials J. Ii. Paxton, Dr. Ed Sadie Cecil for the past week, returned Caldwell, J. N. Denny, N. L. 1. home Tuosday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carson, P. II. Sullivan, G. Owsley and daughter, Mattle Hays, of D. Thompson, C. C. Williams, E. S. Columbus, Ga., and Miss Pearl Burn-sid- Byors and E. L. Brldwoll. of Stanford, spent Tuosday with While the committees were out Ii, Mrs. Geo. H. Hrueo. Judge John D. Frunk I'oake, of LaG range, John AnGood loo, of Madison, formerly judgoof drew Scott, of Franklin, Hon. W. P. Hoylo county, was mingling with old Thome, of Henry, Judge R. J. friends here this week. MUs KlUa of Danville, and W. B. Smith, party of of Caldwell Is one of u hous-Richmond, made timely speeches. Miss Anno Wa'Iaeo at Versailles. MUs The committee on pormanont organAnna Fisher loft Wcdnosday for Cov- ization roj)orted In favor of continuing ington to visit MUs Maymu Waggoner, the temjwrary olllcers, which wasadopt-e- d who has been her guest for the pant und there being nocontoststhc comweek. Mr. T. D. Curry has Improved mittee on credentials soon rojortod. by putting In a new lit store-rooNominations for candidates for front. being in order J. W. Mitchell, of Jessamine, nominated B. A. Crutcher, HUBBLE, P. H. Sullivan, of Madison, nominated Row Mr. Matthews will preach at the Hon. Junius B. McCroary, Hon. P. the Methodist church Sunday morning W. Hardin, of Mercor, placed Hon. and night. John B. Thompson's name before tho A number of people grumble about convention and Hon. J. C. Beckham, of having to stamp chocks and pay high Shelby, did a like service for Hon. G. prices, but I would rather do cither or G. Gilbert. All tho spoechos were both than to bo lighting In Cuba this good, that of Mr. Sullivan being espehot weather. cially so. Nominations being closed a The Sunday school at the Christian call of counties was ordered and the church here will give a picnic In B. W. tlrst ballot resulted: Glvons' woods next Saturday for all McC. Olllort. Thump. Urutch'r tho pupils of all Sunday schools who IS Anderson.. .. wish to attend. C 0 ....' 12 is having more fun than Hoylo Chris Gentry Gsirruril .... anybody over moving the school-hous11 . Ho says he has written to Sampson to Lincoln .... 10 forward ouo of his largest war ships via MiidNon .... Sa , Hawkins' Branch, to bo stationed Mrcr .... IT close by, so when they begin to move ItocliL'tmtlu .. a S3 It, ho will bombard the entire opposlnir Shulliy .... DAN-viu.Dun-vlll- o. s, Mc-Bnty- or, roprc&etitullve was loavo Iho convuntloa for his OII.1IKIITNOMI.VATKDONTIIK41STUAL-LOT- 2. That wo reafllrm our fatth In the LANCASTER, cardinal principle! of democracy as The county court Is today grinding JJ. enunciated In the various platforms of case. This time ' tho democratic party, both State and on another National, and especially of the plat- It Is one of the women being tried for form adopted at Chicago in 1800, and receiving stolon proportv. Steve White came down from Richour conlidonco in ihe peerloss leadermond Wednesday or. a trading tour. ship of its nominee, W. J. Bryan. U. That we approve as righteous and He bought of Hamilton & Robinson !): just our present war, waged in the their stallion, "Young Jesse," for 8400, cause of humanity, and pledge to Its from tame parties a pair of mules for prosecution our earnest sympathy and S200; from Rice Benge a Shetland pony and cart for $7,i, and from Cury Mullins support. 1. That our army and navy, nowil-- , a brown gelding for J100. lustratlng the strength, courage and j Rev. George Gowen has returned patriotism born of our free Institutions, from Washington. Fisher Herring, il Is caue for national congratulation Sautley Hughes and Bob Henry are and patriotic pride In the heart of ev- spending the week at Dripping Springs. J. W. Miller and son, Paul, are in De rii ery American citizen. Saxlon's splendid band furnished ex. troit, Mich. Miss Bessie Turley, of cclleut music at intervals and helped Richmond, is visiting Miss Elene Hiatt. Charlie Friebic will leave this to udd to the enthusiasm. Among tho newspapor men present week for a yisit to the Michigan summer resorts. Mi&s Llllie Grunt is wore Graham Vreoland, Courier-JournaC. E. Kincaid, Enquirer, Charlie spending the wook with friends in Mt. Lewis, Dispatch, Luther Stodgill, Hur- - Vernon. Master McKenzie Brown, of ry Liiovannou, u. k. oouoik, ueorgc Mt. Vernon, Is with his GUI-Sto- ry WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF l I Tan Shoes And Oxfords For I Ladies and Misses. Quite a variety of style, which we have reduced in price. nice, clean, new stock, latest tors and colors. Theso nre I I THE FAIRS WILL SOON BEGIN And a Tan Shoo U the proper thins to wear, as they are Cooler and less trouble to care for than black. Send for them or call and we will take pleasure in showing them. I I !) ; 1 1 it CALDWELL & LAN1ER, The and Furnishing House, Lending Shoe DANVILLE, EY. "We Make It A Kiile To Furnish l, grand-parent- s, annul. Bro-nau- gh, Both sides claimed the credit of the organization, but as Jessamine voted with McCroary on nearly avory quea-HoIt seems that the credit is his, though tho opposition scored by nominating the man that he had agreed on. The iNTKltloit JouitS'AL man U obligations to Kilter II. E. Wool-fol- k and his assistant, Harry Glovan noli, for courtesies that he highly appreciates. They wore indefatigable in their elTorts to make the newspaper men, us well as the others, feel that Danville Is beyond compare in anything she attempts. At the close of tho night session, Cols. Jack Chlnn, Bob Franklin, Eph Llllard and Rodney Jones, the "JubiTrouble In de lee Singers," sang Lan " and other selections, which n, uti-d- er e, Brock-inrldg- e, created great enthusiasm. Hon. Harvey Helm was elected chairman of the Lincoln county delegation and the Advocate called him and Hon. R. C. Warren tho "tall sycamores" of the crowd. The convention which was marked throughout with the utmost decorum ended almost lu a love feast ami stood adjourned at a little past 1 1 A. M. Wednesday. Ska-SHOK- E. C. W. m con-gro- ss e. Jossu-iiln- u ExcCllslONS. -- The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry., will run the fole on lowing excursions to the will be good dates named. The tickets going on regular trains, to which nee. ossary sleeping cars will be attached. On July 10th and August 11th, to Atlantic City and Capo May, via Washington, round trip rateonly $14. 00 from Lexington aud correspondingly low rates from other Central Kentucky points. Tickets good 11 days returning. On July 2Stb, a round trip rate of 313. will be made to Old Point Comfort, Vn., Tickets good going on regular trains and good returning 12 days. This is the best time to visit Old Point, owlns: to the Interesting military maneuvers. Send In your name for sleeping car space or for any information desired. Geo. W. Hanicy, D. P. A. Lexington, Kentucky. E Sea-shor- dridgc, of Denver, Col., is visiting at T. w. Reld's. Miss Letltla Brown, after a .oleasant visit to friends and relatives in this city, has returned to her homo in Lexington. MUs Lula Graham, who has been with Mrs. Moody Hardin as a trlmraor, will leave next week for her home In Ohio.' G. S. Grcenleaf, who has been confined to his room for several days, Is able to be out again. While the nomination of Hon. G. G. Gilbert at Danville Wednesday is not what was hoped for here, still ho U very acceptable, and Garrard will be found, where she has always been found, supporting the nominee and will roll up as large a majority for Gilbert as she would have given McCreary. Thore are many 'original" Gilbert men here and Mr. Gilbert also made many friends hereduring his campaign who will as a unit wade into the thickest of the fight and assist in the redemption of the Sth district. McCreary is very close to the Garrard county people, and many of our boys left no stone untuned to secure his nomination, but as It could not be, we know how to succumb to the inevitable, and those energies which were so vigorously used for the nomination of McCreary will now be utilized to elect Gilbert. There are uo sore heads in Garrard; we are democrats, and far above personal prejudice and political prefer-on- ce wave the banner of party principle, around which we will all rally In November, regardless of who the bearer muy'be. CHURCH CHATTER. Mr. and Mis. A. B. Brown. Sam Wool School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies All of the Best Quality, nt the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. It is to your interest to try us. r :: If PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I t 1 I !! ! I KEEP COOL I This a hard thing to do These Hot Days, But you can be comfortable and cost you but little. id! I Linen Suits At $2.50 To $4. I Luster Coats at $1.50. Magnificent line of M v, Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50. Straw Hats from 2jc to $2. Look at them The Norton family in Louisville have given $5,000 as a permanent fund for keeping Norton Hall in good repair. Rev. Malcom McGregor's meeting of two weeks at the Richmond Baptist church resulted lu only four additions. The Third Baptist church, Owens-borhas at last taken action In Commonwealth's Attorney Jake Howe's case, and has turned him out on a charge of drunkeness. Rev. Walter Lackey was elected corresponding secretary of the South District Association of Colored Baptists for the 20th consecutive yea-He was one of the organizers of the association at narrodsburg in 1S00. The W. C. T. U. and other organizations of Lexington have a project on foot to haye the city council pass an ordinance to prohibit the appearauce on the streets of any woman in golf or bicycling costume, with tho skirts higher than tho shoo top. Dr. William H. Whltsett has resigned the presidency of tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in tho hope of putting au end to tho controversy between his friends and his opponetits, growing out of certain publications in which he expressed views on a uolnt of church history In which many members of his church did not agree with him. Central holiness camp meeting will assemble for its fifth annual encampment Tuesday morning, July 20 and close Aug. 4, at Wllmore. Tho Rev. Jtos. Jamison, of Franklin, Tenn.. will have charge of the preaching services. s Tho music will be and ex penses very light. Tents to accommodate eight persons $0 for tho season and table board 83.50 a week. Single meal o, 1 fll v mmmmmmmmm 1, H. J. McROBERTS. Overstocked. Until August We offer a To close up the season. All wo force. W. S. Tumeyhas rented Judge Joe Robinson's farm and will move to It about the 1st of October. Tho judge and his wife are golnj; to California or gomo other warm climate for their health. Wo regret to have to give up Mr. Tumoy and his wife. John Underwood bought a gray family horse from Joe Robinson for MO. Sliuncor .... 18 Totals .. 01 NwcMiry to choice SI S3 14 7s Persons troubled with diarrhoea will bo Interested In the experience of Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrauce, Providence, R. 1. He says. "For several years I have boon almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, tho frequent attacks completly prostrating mo and rendering mo unfit for my duties at thla hotel. About two years ago a traveling sulcsmuu kindly gave mo a small bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my surprlso and delight its effects were Immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms of tho dlseaso I would fortify myself against tho attack with a low doses of this valuable remedy. Tho result hus boon very satisfactory and almost complete relief from tho affliction." For sale by Craig & Ilocker, druggists. Cuba contains about 115,000,000 acres 7,000,000 more than the Stato of Kentucky. Of these only about 2,000,000 havo been cultivated. Of tho remainder 0,000,000 are natural pasture, und 17,000,000 aro covered with virgin 7,000,000 acres, ubout 20 per cont. are of inferior value as agricultural or for-cat-s; bo seen that Boyledlvlded her vote. The second ballot rosultlng us tho first, Senator G. T. Farrls, a, McCroary leader, moved an adjournment till S v. M., and it was carried over tho opposition, tho McCrearyand Crutcher delegates voting together as had been agreed upon from the start. On reassembling at 8 o'clock, three ballots were takon without change, except that on the 5th and last Rockcastle changed to Crutcher giving him 22. John B. Chcnault, a McCroary man, moved an adjournment till 0 a. m. Wednesday, and J. Morgan Chlnn that tho adjournment bo till S i m. The latter motion was lost and tho former carried by tho McCreary and Crutcher forces over tho field agalnstudjournlng. "When the convention met Wednesday morning tho balloting proceeded till tho 41st with no material change from tho tlrst. When Jessamlno was called sho voted seven votes for Mc Crcary and 6even for Gilbert. In an Instant Boyle, which had been coquetting with Thompson tried to change her whole vote to Gilbert and Mercer dropped Thompson and voted for Gilbert. That settled It and Senator Farrls, mounting a chair, moved that the nomination bo made unanimous and it was done with wild enthusiasm. Mr. Gilbert mado a happy speech of thanks In accepting the nomination and the other candidates pledged their support in terms equally as happy, Gov. McCreary being particularly earnest and eloquent. Tho resolutions which were unanimously adopted are as follows: It will Mnj. J. C. Bryant, late of Lincoln, und Wagonmaster Captain Price, both of Lexington, nnd both with the Third Regiment, became engaged in an difficulty at Chlckamauga Sunday night which may result in a duel between them. The major called the captain a liar and was promptly smote by the captain's right fist. Bryant rushed for his pistol, and derauuded reparation, but other officers Interfer-rc- d aud hostilities closed for the nonce. . '98, Post-Office. A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, ask is to give us a call. Opposite B. K. WEAR EN 6k. SON. jrIBFBIIHll1HMMMHftMHMfliflttw Half Fake to Buffalo, N. Y.. aud return on July 11, 12 and 13. All roads will sell tickets via C. II. & D. Railway, good returning July 10. By requesting can bo extended until Aug. 3rd. Parties deslrhig can go by boat from Toledo, returning by rail or vice versa can visit Niagara Falls en route. Any Information cheorfuly furnished by W. W. Ponp, T. P. A., C. H. & D. Ry., Junction City, Ky. Cool Wisconsin Resokts.-TI- ic Danville, July 13. timber lands. Tho annexation of tho Hawaiian islands to the United States ha9 given American register to 53 vessois. Of these 24 aro steamers, four full rigged ships, 10 bark9 and 17 schooners. Most Resolved, That wo approve the call of 'tho steamers aro now engaged In the for thla convention. trade. d Inter-islan- Monon Route via Chicago Is tho proper line. Write E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Motion Route, Louisville, for pamphlets, rates and time tables for all re sorts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and cheerfully Michigan. Information 25, lodging 25c. and services of au agent to meet given all parties on arrival of trains at LouLt. Sawyer, of Co. D., 2d Ky. Regiisville and Chicago rendered free. ment, is to be tried by a court martial for introducing a Lexington octoSpecial excursion to Chautauqua, N. roon, Pearl Britton, tho divorced wife Y., July Sth to 29th at extremely For tickets of tho famous jockoy, Tom Britton, to via the "Big Four." Col. T. J. Smith, of tho Third Regiand full Information call on agents, or ment, and to the wives of Col. Smith address the undersigned. E. O. and Lt. Col. Jewett Henry, representPass. Traffic Mgr., Warren J. ing her to be his wife. Lynch, Ass. Gen. Puss. & Tkt. Agt., Tho subscription list of tho Monroe Cincinnati, O. County Nows has been transferred to Maj. J. B. Pond, of New York, has tho Glasgow Times, and tho News has publication. The Times offered Naval Constructor Richmond suspended for a series of tea has now 3,000 subscribers. P. Hobson 910,000 A cat whipped tho $3,500 dog belongaddresses upon his experiences at to bo delivered in teu of the ing to J. Plerpont Morgan, of Now York. principal cities of the country. first-claslow-rate- Self-Foldin-g Extension Table. See it at W. W. Withers'. n s G. D. CORSETS. - 4 My Entire Stock Of Mc-Corm- lck, Up -- To -- Date AU Shapes, Sizes and Colors, Corsets, I now offer at ft.i '1 ?H San-tlag- o, Just What They Cost Me; No More. W. H. SHANKS. Ail r , i! - . a A r '. 'iw r",PisssiM.vj A terrific explosion at tho works In reeponso to advice sought at Washington, Maj. Gen. Miles has de- of tho Lallln & Rand Powder clined to assume responsibility for Company in Potnpton Lakes killed 15 feeding 13,000 refugees sent out of San men, among them sovcrnl soldiers who tiago bv the Spaniards. They are had been detailed to guard the powder starving to death, and some have al- works. A short time ago there was an explosion which killed six men. ready died. Win, Miller, teller of tho Citizens The kindness of Admiral Cervcra to Ilobson and his companions, and his National Bunk, of Winchester, whoi V wonderful change 111 Prices oi lir"cerics since the announcement hope to escape and that ho had no gonorous, chlvalrlc testimonial to the mysteriously disappeared last winter, Democratic Nominee Tor Coiigres of our opening, right to continue to light. It made a heroism involved in sinking tho Morrl- - got to Seattle in June nnd died in strong impression on Toral, who urged muc. will long be remembered In his Skaguay in January. Miller lost heav IIOX. G. G. GILBERT, to be given until noon yesterday to favor In this country, whore he is a ily in Big Stone Gap. Ills accounts nt confer with Madrid and It was granted, prisoner. They will not, though, se- the batik wore straight. He loaves a Of Shelby County 10-Fo- ot Shafter telling htm that he weald open cure serenades for him In Spain. wife. on him then with every gun ho has Tho syndicate hoaded by Morgan has Preparations are now well underway When it come (u the real thing Here arc A FOVV Sample AN unholy combination succeeded In unless ho surrenders. , for the Porto Rico expedition. Of ' the raised the noco?sary 88.000,000 to conPrlcos, too buy to mention mrv All other good accordingly doing what no single man could over It is said that Toral has been making expedition of 2 5,000 me,n 10.000 will be trol tho Monon and the C, II. nnd D. 1"W, have done or dure attempt defeating good use of the time in the matter of regulars. All volunteers now at sea- The Morgan syndicate In this case repGov. McCreary for the nomination. truces and is now more firmly entrench ports or under orders to move are go- resents tho Vanderbllt Interests, and But he went down with colors Hying ed than ever, while the American ing to Porto Rico, and the others need the Big Four is the road which It is and like the noble democrat that he is, troops have not been Idle, and their ed will probably be embarked from well undor-too- d will absorb the Motion Vrl'iirklvi' nnd nil other Package- Coffee go at 10c per Pound. promised to relax no energy for the lines now extend around the city In Philadelphia and New York. The naval and the C, H. and D. party's good and to gie the nominee tho shape of a Tom Hayden, colored, war. hanged for eight force for the expepltlon will consist of 8 3 his loyal support. It i9 no discredit to miles. Tho men are tired of the mis- tho battleships Iowa, Iudlana and Tex at Hartford. Monday. He said Sunday Gov. McCreary to have been beaten in erable parleying and light to yellow as and the armored cruisers Brooklyn that he Intended nluvlnir "Home. the manner he was. He fought a good fever in the wet trenches. and New York. Maj. Gen. J. IS. Brooke Sweet Home" on a harmonica tn the Good Family Vinegar, sour enough, nt 15c (inllon. Try our fight and demonstrated again that he Is scaffold, but his nerve failed and ho will command the army. nearest to tho hearts of the people than Capt. Luclen Young, of tho Hist, is had nothing to say. He was dend in 12 any man In the district. He has been credited with great bravery in cutting minutes. Ills crime was tho murder of a most faithful public servant and those the cable connecting with Santiago, his mistress, of whom he was jealous. 24 Pound, who profess to believe that his political via Clenfuegos, Trinidad, Tunas and star is set deceive not even themselves. LAND AND STOCK. Laundry Soap, 2 Bars Manzanillo. Under cover of the night 5c. Gov. McCreary is too good a man to be Young went in, facing tho supe Capt. J. H. Otter, of Bovle. encaced his 1c. permitted to retire from public life in Matches rior forces and located the landing crop of wheat in March last at itfe. the zenith of usefulness and physical and place of the cable. He remained in llcst Sim Candle, lo each. (Jood P.rootus 10c. Good Wash Hoards, Greenberry Bright threshed 000 mental vigor. If he was to be defeatedt hiding until day break and then cut bushels of wheat beforo 1 o'clock Tues10c. Good Coal Oil, Cheap Enough to burn, at ic Gallon. we much preferred that the Hon. G. G. tho cable, 15 miles Southeast of Santa day. fcSNow compare these prices with those you have been paying nnd Gilbert should have won. Mr. Thomp Cruz, In 10 fathoms of water. Then he SANTIAGO OURS. G. W. Lunsford sold to Mark Hardin tl en come iwunning to the rulinblc son never was in tne ugnt so tar as cut off 100 fuel of tho strand and towed a horse for 800 and to another party a THE CITY AT LAST SUKKENDERED. gettiug the nomination, while Mr. tho ends in opposite directions, each mule for $110. Crutcher didn't even deserve the sup- SPANISH SOLDIERS TO HE SENT TO for a couple of miles. C. B. Reld won n raco each with port of his own county. He was con SPAIN. White Frost and Bangle nt Washing tent to be simply a bushwhacker, while POLITICAL POINTS. J W. KOlT.Mvvu.sn. Washington, July 14, 2 p. M. ton Park, Chicago, Tuesday. Gilbert fought in the open and in a Santiago has surrendered. Main Stieet, Interior Journal Iluilding, Stanford, Kj. J. M. Roberts sold in Garrard and The election of prison officials has manly way. He was our second choice Washington, July J4, 3 p. m. Madison n bunch of calves at 810 and a been postponed till next week. and, we believe, his nomination will The capitulation includes harbor Albert Berry, son of Congressman lot of extra good yearlings at 825. prove more and more popular the more and entire army corps. We are to Berry", of Newport, has been selected John Steele Carpenter, of tho West he is known. send prisoners back to Spain. Gen. by the Hawaiian Commission to accom- End, sold to Col. Lawrence D. Tyson, Brooke has been ordered here to Mr. Watterson quotes Scripture pany the Commission to Honolulu In a of Knoxvllle. a bay gelding for 8350. arrange Port Rico invasion. to prove that territorial expansion has Hacklcy's hornless elephantine bull, clerical capacity, probably as disbursare to hold Santiago, others the stamp of Divine command upon it. weight 2,150, the best bull in Central ing officer. coming home. In an article favoring further annexaTho Louisville Times pays this Kentucky, is on my farm licensed at Washington, July 14. Spantion, he asks very pertinently "If Ha double compliment, both highly de- 85. Jos. Ballou. iards appoint commissioners to ask waii, why not Cuba, Port Rico nnd the Unless Newport opens her race served: conference to arrange terms of surPhilippines?" He opposed the former Robert Harding would prove to be a course within a few wookr, IS. H. Bro- render, but proposition refused. for reasons mauy and manifest. But winning dark horse if that Danville nnugh will take his strlng to Windsor, Unconditional surrender immediwith Hawaii annexed, and Cuba, Porto convention should give him the Demo Canada, to raco. ately, or fight is the order. Rico and the Philippines in possession, Lynn ,v Wood shippsd to Cincinnati cratic nomination for Congress but if it Madrid, July 14. Government would make assurance of a unanimous Wednesday a half car of hogs, which the situation will be absolutely, wholly orders Toral to resist to the bittor altered and he submits to the resistless election doubly sure it will go a step they bought in the Ea-- t End at 3c and The Incomparable udvmullngcH of our t re. both m to l'rleos and far ntcominoda-tln- u end. trend of the popular mind and heart. further and plnce the excelsior banner some wethers they paid 82.75 for. mid hotuvst treatment arc to plain. o indisputable that customers art InorouMiig WAR ECHOES. O. P. Huffman bought of E. P. In the hands of his better The great editor seems to be right. never hufote. ni We did not go into this war for conWoods some butchor stuff at 3o and J. j The Oregon fired 1,77G shells In the quest, but for humanity's sake, and if BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, at, camo iiHec. F. IHirnev a lot of same s territory is thrust upon us it is but the Santiago battle. uen,'-- v l a uuncii 01 nogs . lbany was ' Harry Gibson, of New The awful news comes from Santia destiny to fulfillment of manifest Mississippi City, Miss for go that yellow fever has broken out in hanired at Thomas Metcalf wrltos from Jessaaccept it. the army there, over 100 cases develop- murder. mine to Mr. T. J. Foster that he sold Richard Wilson, of Chllllcothle, O., 20 The trial of Senator Kenney, of Del- ing. cattle to Simon Woihl The bids for those 8200,000,000 of 3 broke the record by eating five dozen at 4. .'15. 'Now wheat is selling nt 70c aware, on the charge of aiding and abetting a bank robbery, Is on at per cent, war bonds were boiled eggs In five minutes. there, he says. Wilmington, before the U. S. circuit expected to aggregate 81,250,000,000 by Eight houses and the Episcopal J. K. Baughman's Naboth will be court. There have already been two the closing hour at 3 P. M., yesterday. church burned at Ashland, causing to- sent for the rich roadster purse offered "Don't cheer the poor devils are tal loss estimated at 825,000 to $30,000. by the Hustonvlllc fair. Will Moore, convictions and Kenney is in a fairway to go up the road. It is an unpreced- -' dying:" It was Capt. Philip of the Miss Lou Harris, of Smith's Grove, who is handling him, drove him We intend making this sale the greatel htrgniu giving nfivr ever attempted in thatamemberof the greatest as who gave that order us the Spanish Is suing for divorce becauso her hus quarter in .15 seconds tho other day. this vicinity. We have already been dUcovered by the bargain i.eekcr of till city deliberative body In the world Ischarg-- 1 ships went down under his fire otl San- - band spoke unkindly of his stepmothThe Winchester Democrat says that and county but we propose to Martlc the country with wonderfully cheap selling ed with such offense and what Is worse tlago. R. M. Squires, of Chi'.esbnrg, rejortsa during this sale. er. that he Is probably guilty of it. It Gen. Grant has made arrangements The American ship. Lake Lemon, ar- fine yield of wheat. He had In 70 acres shows a sad degeneration of political for a supply of pure water for his brlir- - rived at Vancouver, B. C, 73 days out planted from seed purchased by him in meninthe once proudly represented ade, which includes the Second Ken- - from Panama without sighting a single Northern Ohio. Thirty nere made 33 State of Delaware and is another proof tucky Regiment- - The water will be fil- - boat. bushels to tho ncre, and tho remainder that republican machine politician: tered from a 50,000 gallou taok. destroyed James Clark it Co's., of land did nearly a well. Fire Owing to the destruction of Spain's wont do to be trusted A sudden drop in the temperature electric supply house and other propernaval power and the consequent safety Saturday in Northern Indiana, caused ty In Louisville to tho amount of A Gattling gun is a monstrous of the United States from attack, ora severe frost Saturday night, ruinquieter of mob tendencies. Gen. Co- ders have been given for the removal Beginning in Cook fc Co's furniture ing hundreds of acres of corn and pepWe propose to givefcwny to our ciHtomeri", aloltely free of cli.Ue, in addition llier thinks that but for its arrival an of the submarine mines In all the har- store, seven of the finest s permint. The latter is a big crop In to our already low price a valuable and useful premium with every 10 or f25 pur- attempt would have been made to take bors where commerce Is endangered. the Negro, Bob Blanks, from him at .tvum. uervera's explanation to a in Murfreesboro, Tenn., were burned, that section, and the loss will amount chunfc to several thousand dollar?. loss 8200,000. Mayfield, but when it arrived and was naval officer us to why he took the M. M. Sandidgo has sold to Col. LawMiss Sue Watson, of Mayfield, has placed in position, there was little fur- fieet into Santiago was that he expect- just completed a table cover of Mex- rence D. Tyson, of the tlth Tennessee ther talk of an attack. It cost a good ed to provision and coal and get away deal to say which should hang the Ne- Inside of 24 hours, but this was found ican drawn work, on which she has regiment, his fine saddle stallion, Gilt Edge, for $500. Besides being an almade 05,084 stitches. Ladies' SIcevclcsH Vest 4c, or 3 for 10c, gro, the State or the mob, but if the to be impossible owing to the Ladies' Cratdi Skirts GSc, tropical Mrs. Martha Place, who murdered most perfect specimen of equine flesh Window Shades 10, 15, 25 and 60c, lesson of the supremacy of the law is methods of handling coal. Ladies' Summer Cornels. 21c, daughter because she was jealous Gilt Edge is a splendid saddler. Lincoln Under Shirts for Men 20c, 2 for 35c, impressed it will be worth many times Society Note. Gen. Miles has left her Men's Linen Suit and Hat 2.50, been sentenced to bo elec- county loses a fine breeder by his sale. of her, has Suspenders 10, 15, 25 ami 50c, the expenditure. Washington and is thinking of spendSeventy cents ia tho best offering for Men's Linen Pants, 08c, trocuted at Sing Sing, New York, Aug. 2 Spools of John Clark's best thread fie, ing a few weeks in Cuba. The General 29. Men's 60c Straw Hats 35e. WHILE very much preferring Gov. wheat. Corn Is looking well and growTable Oil Cloth 12c, Good Apron checked Gingham 3Jc, McCreary because we thought him the has already shipped his bath tub and Col. James E. Pepper, the Lexing- ing rapidly. Will Hall sold to Jos Men's Working Shirts iOc and up. hopes to be able to secure a transport 25 Pieces of Dress Lawn 4c, In 1S9G for Welhl 30 cattle, weight best equipped and strongest man, we ponnds, ton distiller, who failed Ladies' Shirt WaUts 25c, large enough to carry a pertion of his 84D7,815.:,.l, will only pay 14? cents on at 11 cents. Oscar Cook bought of W. Yard Wide Percale 5c, shall give the Hon. G. G. Gilbert, of Straw Matting 10c, Good Yard Widojllrowii Cotton 4c, Shelby, the nominee of the Danville gorgeous uniforms. Louisville Post. the dollar, his property bringing only D. Hardin, of Owen county 14 heifers Hemp Carpet Uc, Charles D. Jacob, Jr., son of the ex- - 870,000. Hope Cotton 5 Jc, convention for congress in this district, weight 8301hs at 3 J cents. GeorgeLace Curtain 48 72, OSc to $2.50. our unqualified and cordial support. mayor of Louisville, was killed in the The Negro, Bob Blanks, was con- town Times. tho Bargain Counter for 3jc CaMco, Cheap Shoe, Percales, &c. A He is a good man, a capable man and a attack on the Spanish intrenchaent at victed of rape at Mayfield and sentencThe Paris Milling Co. has engaged a San Juan, before Santiago, July 1. ed 20. The soldiers number of crojH of wheat at 03 to 72 big lot of Ladies' add Misses' Fine Shoes to be closed at 75c, sound democrat, and no one vho loves to be hanged, Aug. his party and desires its success, will Young Jacob was struck and instantly brought him to Louisville for safekeep- cents. R. B. Hutohcraft has bought do otherwise than work for and vote killed while attempting to carry a ing till then. about 10,000 bushels at 70 to 72 cents, for the excellent gentleman from Shel- wounded comrade out ot the line of The lives of 11 men were snuffed out and Brent Bros., tho Milling Co. and fire. by. in the twinkling of an eye in the big Mr. Hutchcraft have contracted to A Madrid dispatch alleges that the water works tunnel that is being con- store large quantities for farmers who W. B. Hudson issued the initial United Statas have made the following of Lake will hold the crops for higher prices. number of the Pathfinder at Barbour-vill- e demands as conditions of peace: Pos structed under the bottom Erie at Chicago, as a result of an ex- It is believed that at least half of tho on the 13th and well does he say session of Cuba and Porto Rico, T. D. RANEY, Manager. and a Bourbon crop will be stored. The new that the history of newspapers in that port in the Canaries, and an indemnity plosion of gas. emphatically denies wheat is not as good in quality as last Gov. Bradley Branch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthl-antown is "frought" with many changes. of 8240,000,000, with retention of the the Btory sent from Lexington that the year's crop, but Is double it In acreage. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown, Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. The moon hardly changes as often. Philippines a& a guarantee of payment News. Denitentiarv officials gave him a 8500 Perhaps the Pathfinder has found the of the same. right path to journalistic Buccess at j.ne rmnppine rebels attempted to pair of horses and that the employees Not Exactly the Snae. last and has come to stay. Let us hope take an island in Subig Bay, but were of the Lexington Lunatic Asylum will papa -- .aid the youthful .tudent of carriage. givo him a so anyway. prevented by the German warship , . There was a justifiable pride in the history "is an ultimatum the last. Irene. Complaint was made to Admir- remark of Mrs. La Casse, tho solo wo- word? Washington correspondent of The "Xo-o- , not exactly; that is, not altho Courier-Journsays that Davison al Dewey, who at onco dispatched two man survivor of the Bourgogne wreck, ways," replied the old gentleman r to take the island and de- pointing to her husband: "If I am the will not be a candidate for Congress cirthoughtfully. "You see, liver it to the Insurgents. This was only woman saved, he is the only man cumstances under which there aremay again, but that was doubtless when he a man give an ultimatum to a woman bis thought McCreary would be his oppo- done without interference from the who saved a wpman." & German which would have meant Tho Clark county Fiscal Court pur- wife, for instance but, of course, that nent. He will now probably change jmrit battle the Irene getting away from chased tho Paris turnpike for 85,000. doesn't mean that he will hare the Inst jpRi ft t wm m r ' his mind. jZK&Gt,. :Wv tne island when the American war- '.This is the last toll road in the county. word; not by a good deal." Chicago 7fc'vvv MsiliFmwrll jmvnSbHui Post. Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge is pro- ships steamed into Subig Bay. An election has been ordered for Noposed as the "People's Candidate" for Gen. Shafter was not satisfied with vember to vote on a proposition to IsA Sympathizing Employe. 9 &GMfU-MJM- W congress in the Ashland district by a Gen. Toral's reply tc his third demand sue 850,000 In bonds to pay for the Mrs. De Fndd (who cannot stand the lmW&& odor of turpentine) I would have sent for unconditional writer in the Lexington Leader, but the surrender, made pikes purchased. for you to hnve done tho cleaning last colonel will doubtless not be caught by on Monday. Gen. Toral's answer The first American newspaper pub- week, but we have been having the outsuch chaff. He eeems to have had a was given Tuesday morning, after a lished on Cuban soil the Cuban edi side of the house painted, and it made delay of 10 hours. He refused to sursurfeit of running for congrejis. tion of the .Sew i one journal was us nil sick. render and curtjy told Mrs. McScadd (sympathlzlngly) Every good democrat here now is come and take SantiagoGen. Shafter to issued Sunday. It astonished the camp when he got and the tlotilla, and the Jacklcs joined Sure, Ol don't wonder. Thim colors is for Gilbert, against any republican ready, but he seems to have changed with the army boys in cheering the enough to make anyone sick. N. Y. that can be trotted out. his mind. . Weekly. paper and celebrating the event. 1 t Fort more than a week, tho newspapers have promised the bombardment of Santiago on tho morrow, which seems to come not. Each day Gen. Ky., July 15. iSgS J. oral wus given another 24 hours to Stanford, confer with his government, and Wednesday Gen. Shafter had a personal in W. P. WALTON. terview of U hours with the Spanish commander. He told him he could not THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - Scared I ; j : But They Can't Touch Pole, With a US H 17 IDs. Best Granulated 1-- sugar, $1. seml-clrcl- o lb Fine CaraPure Leaf Lard. mel Drip Syrup, 25c Gallon, M Fine Family Flour At 63c a Sack, Best for fP 200 Best for Blue Grass Grocery. -- r Im-raun- es Everlastingly Hiving The Most For Ike Money ! two-third- -. I ! -- 1 7 'oa.-ani- I l,100-joun- d ten-twen- ty Read, Read. A General Bargain Sale Will Previal at the Louisville Store A Tex-entedca- se FIFTEEN DAYS ! 11 335,-00- 0. Our Motto: Under Buy, Under Sell, One Price, Cash Only, No Leaders, No Baits And No Catches. ! store-house- Read These Prices - I The Louisville Store. a, The Deering Mower with Ball and jxoiier .Bearings. jjgBgCN&!l&vVJr2f -- al men-of-wa- - prVMmt mnMJC FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. rtiiilH 1'WniJ jj' W, m At, (0,'H &JX u T iMMfcr t tt t iii i I'll- - T t . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. II. Bacoiiman & Co. will store Tim Gentkys. A Lexington dis-- l Jesso Anderson, of Bell, n white wheat again. Sco thorn. patch says: Gen. W. II. Gentry, of boy, stubbed Frank Carroll, a colored Mack Itabblt" fame, is enthusiastic School supplier, including a largo over tho Gentry family reunion, which boy, with a pocket knife. The wound was near the hear',, and Carroll died Stanford, Ky., Jllv 15, 1898 lino o( beautiful tablets at W. IJ. will be held at Crab Orchard Springs, almost Instantly. Carroll had accused ' beginning the flrst of August and con-- 1 Anderson of stealing Ins pocket knife. Tin: directors of the Ilustonvlllo fair tlnuing a month or longor. He says It Anderson has been arrested, and claims E. C. Walton, Busini3 Maxaokk. arc requested to moot at Ilustonvillc at will bo tho biggest family reunion ever that ho acted in held in America, as ho thinks fully S00 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. MAfRTMOHIAL MATTERS, Tin: boat is never too ;ootl (or prodescendants of tho old Revolutionary scription work. "Mint is the reason we Fok Sali:. Fence machino, circular hero, Richard Gentry, will usomble at Marlon Warren, aged I'i, and. Miss if.o tho beat goods only. Penny's Drug taw, turning lathe, ehost carpenter's Crab Orchard to do honor to the old Storu. tools and typewriter. A. C. Sine, Stan- soldiornnd to got hotter acquainted Bertie Padgett. HO, both of the Southern End of the county, were married at ford. 2t. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, with each other. One of the features J. M. Cook's yesterday. Oirit Mlddieburg correspondent tells of the reunion will be a (ox chaso at Mr. B. E. Terhune, of Bradfords-vllle- , Mlts. Kn X i:us, of LouUrlllo, u of tho escaKidu of the Baptist prcaoh-o- night, and tho dogs will run through nnd Miss Kate B. Drye, of HusvltJltintr Mrs. Matlie Xeviua. Slmer. At his trial lie was fined S00 the hotel at midnight, so that those who tonvllle. were married at the Gileher Miss Kathkkini: and Doka Hauoij-MAcan not ride after the hounds can sac House, and costs. Danville, Monday, by Rev. J. are vleltlng in Danville. and hoar thorn while arrayed in their L. Lapsloy. Miss Edna Coultkk, of Doyle, is Tin; catalogue of the Hustonvllle fair night robos. The genoral calls this Dr. Alcorn visiting Mrs. T. A. Coulter. tells us that Mr. Thomas Is being printed by this otllce. The the "ghost fox hunt." Gann, of Casey, and Miss Bettle Miss Adicli: Fi:laND wont to Perry-vlli- o premiums are liberal und there is a ring daughter of Mr. A. B. McKin-neWednesday to visit friends. IlANsrotM) Of consumption, after for almost everything. of North Dakota, were married Mil. AND Mks. T. A. Hick are visita few months illness, Mrs. Eliza Hans-fou- l ing the former's sick mother at RichA si'kcial train carrying rocruits to died at Crab Orchard Monday at the Baptist church, Hustonvllle, mond. tho flth U. S. Volunteers at Knoxvllle night, in about the &.1th year of her yesterdny by Rev. Thomas Coleman. Mlts. A lick LYTLUiiud son, Mack, passed here Wednesday. Capt. W. IJ. age. She was the widow of the hue . David Newland, a widower of 45, and went to Hurrodsburg yobtorday to visit Penny returned to his command that Judge W. O. Hansford and her maiden MissCaltha Fish, onoof Ivon Fish's night with 13 recruits (or his company. name was Bruce, her father being a pretty sisters, eloped to Jellico Tuesrelatives. . . . Missus Nina CakI'KNTKK and Sallle resident of Garrard. She was closely day night and returned Wednesday Insane. Hen Norris, aTurnersville related to Hon. II. W. Bruce, chief at- husband and wife. The groom is a Stewart, of l'erryvllle, are quests of Negro, was adjudged insane by a jury torney (or the L. & N., and of Adju- clever and (armer und his Miss Stella Ituplcy. Mil. and Mlts. L. M. Vksti:i:kh:ld, in Judge Ilailey's court Wednesday tant General D. R. Collier. Three wife is one of the East End's most pop-ulyoung ludies. son and Miss Mary Marrs, went to and Thursday morning he was taken to children survive her, Bruce nnd Will the asylum at Lexington by Deputy II. Hansford and Mrs. Peyion King. Mr. Ed A. White, of this county, and l'arksvillc yesterday. Miss Ida IMckltt Sciiufthk, of SheritT C. 13. Owens and a Negro Mrs. Hunsford was a devoted member Miss Maggie Lowry, of Jessamine, Louisville, arrived yesterday to visit neighbor of Norris. Ilellgion caused of the Christian church and of the W. were married at the home of the bride his mind to give away und at times he C. Mrs. Will Severance. T. U. and a most intelligent und es- Tuesday by tho Rev. Hughes, of the MKS. JOHN S. Wklls and daughter, Is very violent. timable woman. Her remains were Methodist church. The bride, who is Mary, of Danville, catno up yesterday McCakley. James M. McCarley, interred In the cemetery on the hill handsome and a member o( an excelto spend awhile at Walnut Flat. making two interments there lent family, is a graduate of Asbury aged CO, died at his home near Hubble Tut-du-y, College and is said to be a very charmMKS. liKTTIi: McKiNNKY and Mrs. Wednesday afternoon, after a protract- the sumo afternoon. ing young lady. The groom is tho Louis- ed illness of kidney trouble. A wife W. J. Voager and little .Vlll, of THE Lincoln County Medical Society worthy son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ville, ure at Mr. Richard Cobb's. and (our children survive him. Mr. Miss Maky Folukk, of Nicholas McCarley had been a member of the convened at tho olllce of Dr. Steele White, and his (riends congratulate vllle, is the guest of her cousins, the Methodist church (or a number of years Bailey, the president, ut 10 A. M. Dr. him on his good (ortune. The bride I. S. Wesley, o( Lancaster, read a was the recipient o( many handsome Misses Phillip, on Danville Avenue. and was a good man and citizen. After paper on tho "Etioloiry-Patholog- y und presents, thereby attesting her popu L. Davison have funeral services by Hov. J. M. MathDk. and Mks. Surgical Treatment o( Fractures o( the larlty. Immediately alter the ceremoreturned from Washington City, where ews at the grave, his body was InterUpper Extremities;" Dr. J. G. Carpen- ny Mr. and Mrs--. White took the train they have been since their marriage. red In the Nallor burying crounJ near Missks Ur.CLAH Ghimks and Mae Preachersvlile at 4 o'clock yesterday ter presented a paper on "Separating (or the groom's home, nccompanied by the Wheat (rom the Chat!;" Dr. W. L. his sister. Mrs. F. P. Bishop, and othAnnie Phillips, of Lancaster, are the afternoon. Fowler, of Humphreys, read paper er relatives (rom this county who atguests of Misses Mary and Saruh Coorf. on the "Surgical Pathology and Treat- tended the wedding. Hldkk and Mks. Jok Skvkkanci:, Capt. FkaNK Hakims, of Lebanon, of Tullahoma, Teiin., are visiting Mrs. sends tin the "Iteneruey of an Iddal ment of Hernias," and Dr. Steele BaiThe olllcial fighting strength o( the Martha Severance and oilier relatives. Summer" trip via the Hig Four and Its ley one on "Face Presentations with United States, including all available Unique Case." All of these papers Sam II. Uoi'T, of tho West End, has connection to Niagara Falls, Thousand wore diseussod with vim and interest men between tho nges of is and 4o, is patented a butter crate which he Islands, Montreal. (Quebec, Lake St. 10,41.i, 701. thinks will make him wealthy wmu John, Adirondack, Ac. It will start by the attending physicians. There day. July 2S and be perronully conducted by wore present: Dr. I. S. Wesley, of LanllOKN, to the wlfti of Cliarles Trub, F. L. Patrick, of Columbus, O., who is caster; Dr. Pennington, of Mt. Ver ! TO of ih Uunhlm suetlon, a 10 otfld thoroughly 04 tipped with experience non: Drs. J. L. Wesley and Godbey, namHl Joseph Wil- and Information. Too trip will require of Mlddleburg, Dr. W. L. Fowler, of boy. H hat I dotlre to improved and vncai.t liam. three weeks time and the total cost will Humphreys; Drs. Carl Wheeler, Bertie pmjK.Tt,v In Mini. C'ltv. Iowi, nlo so acres Miss Vimmc KitYK, of Pluno, Texas, not exceed S10. Write to Cupt. Har- Carpenter and .1. C. Barker, of Huston- of tlmlx-- land In ArkanMi-- . for u small farm or Hmli' Land tree and clour vllle: Drs. Steele Bailey, J. F. Peyton In is with her uncle. A. M. Frye, and ris, if you think of going. Mifcht jmt In otiitj cali. Aiiplv to or and E. J. Brown, of Stanford. Tho " other relative at Hustonvitle for the I M. QUIsENIiniMtV. Pakty. Preston L. Hook's party society adjourned to meotatKingsvllle Danville. Kv summer. Mks. Hakkii.t Waunuk. of Syra- Tuesday evening was one of the most 2d Tuosduy in September at II A. !. and cuse, X. Y spent several day with pleasant events of tho soason. At loast at Russell Springs, Aug. 5th. 200 guests were present and they wore Misses Mattiu Paxion ami Dollle AlTEK two days' adjournment, cirWe are mm- projurtsl to till orders for tlie bct of entertained in royal style by the clever Iwth cuit court met yesterday and the case W'v kIki fur douiettic ami threshing purpose ho-- t. Guests begun to arrive at LlTTl.K Ou'SLKV, Infant son of Mr. young of Jamos Gadborry (or tho murder o( and Mrs. V. P. Walton, Is at tho jwdnt S:."J0 and from thut hour till WednesHenry Robinson, colored, last Satur- Take In Ss:hanso f:r C:al Cora and Ha7, of death with brain fever and cholera day morning joy and happiness reigned. Whtili we kcpcotiMRiitlr on hand at the Sve us btfuie lattneln your Winter The yard was beautifully illuminated day, was begun, Coh W. G. Welch up ( ati Infantum. WAKNKU.V I'EitUIN pouring (or tho de(endant. Without lelrphnne 41. Near Dtjiot, btanfunl ALiiKKT Xbwland, who came up on with red. while and blue lanterns, much difficulty the following jurors a furlough, from Chlckamauga, has while the house was artistically deco- were obtained: B. W. Givens, G. C. Leon 111 slnco he arrived und is yet too rated with Hags und bunting of NationGlvens, G. R. Euglcmau, E. E. Wright, al colors. A delightful supper was sick to return. G. S. Carpenter, R. II. Crow, W. M. Crab Orchard, Ky. Is up from served. Dk. X. II. McKiNNKY Muthcny, Frank Holtzcluw, J. R. to relatives. He Louisville on a visit DALTON. Mr. Ben H. Dulton, one of Hales, George S. Shelby, George T. locu-ti- 'd I am and have been for two nionth Is practicing dentistry In that city and the best men in his section, died at hir Ashlock and A. C. Robinson. ni'.ir the depot, having In possession the says he is doing well. Vanderpool House. I have heretofore made homeonDix River Mnmluy night of It will bo remembered that the Ne- no Miss Kathkkyn I'aog, daughter of consumption, aged about 4.1. He moved gro was shot near Stanford Saturday as Iannouncement nor solicited patronage have had to give things ulwut tho house John L. Page, of McKlnnoy, Texas, Is to this county from Jackson several evening as he wus returning to a general overhauling. Thinking this work aunt, sutllclentlv done to bo ublo t give sending the summer with her in a carrluge with Gadberry years ago and by his gentlemanly bearI now solicit Mrs. A. M. Frye, at Hustonvllle, and ing and strict attention to his own bus- and three other young men fromCusey. accommodations assuring themtho patronage of tlio public, that esperdo ami Miss Kate Ulain were here iness made friends from the beginning. cial attention will bo given them, so us to The othor three boys in the carriage miiko them pleasant In cverv iwsslule way. Wednesday. 3S A wi(e and seven children survive him ut the time of tho shooting, George Give us a call. A. M. LA.MUEKT. Dk. Mosks COOK, recently a medical and in their loss of a kind husband and Hill, George Russell und Thomas Ellia graduate, has enlisted ic the army as indulgent father they have tho sympa- sworo thut Gndberry wus sitting with ussitant surgeon of a Tennessee regi- thy of the entire community. Rev. J. Robinson on tho driver's seut to tho DR. R. ment. He hns been a resident of Nash-vlll- o B. Crouch preached his funeral at his right of him und that tho fatal shot for a few years and Is a splendid homo Tuesday afternoon, after which came from tho (ront'; that tho window HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & young man. His friends here, his old his SURGEON, remains were laid to rest in the in (ront wus closed and that it would home, enjoy his success. Hustonvllle burying ground on huvo been imjwsslblo for them to have place. the X- - Kentucky. Cor. Advocate. shot the Negro. Mrs. Lunsford sworo Stanford, reMK. Geokgi: W. Caktkk has Aiiout tho only unfortunate happen- thut Gadberry came to her house in a Ofllce over Hlgglus & McKlnney's Store. visit to his sick son, ing at Danville during tho convention, very excited state of mind and asked turned from John Carter, who is a member of Co. excepting Gov. McCreary's defeat of to bo given shelter, saying that ho (or L. ut Chlckamauga. Ho says ho is in course, was a light between wo) had killed a Negro. Gudberry hima precarious condition and Is trying to G. D. Thompson, of Mercer, and Win. self testified that the shot was (rom get him honorably discharged. Tho Mullins, a Rockcastle delegate. The behind and that seems to bo borne out war department alone can do that and former charged that tho latter was by tho point it struck the Negro's while it takes timo Mr. Carter is hope- "warm" for tho governor because ho head, but his 6tory generally appeared ful of success. was paid to be, and tho latter resented to be a very thin one. Ho had no recDK. A. S. PllICK and Mr. Wallace with a silt! blow, The Mercer man o( going to Mrs. will leave Sunday morn- drew his pistol, but us quick as thought ollection whatever "W. Withers Luns(ord's or tho conversation with ing for a inomh'6 tour of tho West and his antagonist snatched it from himaqd her. Northwest. Whllo gono they will IT ONLY COSTS after tuklng tho cartridges out, threw Dr. J. B. RoBards testified that the the Omuha Exposition, visit Yel- the weapon away. Tho trouble occurball entered Robinson's head back of low Stono Park, scale tho heights of red on Second street, where it is said, the left ear and ranged forward and CarPike's Peuk, fee. Dr. P. Walter beverages.of several kinds can be ob- that there was no powder burn. of Dr. Price's den- tained. ter will havo chargo Tho testimony was all in by 4:30 yesA tal oillco during his absence. terday and the court adjourned till Severance. Mr. William SeverTo read evjry day In the year ance, who lived near Crab Orchard, 8:30 LOCAL HAPPENIN6S, was found dead in bed Tuesday morn NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Cheap threshing coal. J. H. Baugh ing. Ho worked hard tho day before & Co. man and after eating a hearty supper retir Mrs. W. Q. Covington, aged 70, died GO to Cash &, McClure's for 4X cof- ed without complaining of feeling bad, at Richmond. and it is supposed that a sudden attack fee ut nine cents. Two Negroes are said to have been of heart diseaso did its deadly work. The Evening Pott has the CanH and Jelly Glasses Ho was tho second of eight children, killed in Clay county this week. FltUlT Jars, Rev. John Carmichael, of Mt. Ver& Shanks'. at Warren all o( whom, save the two survivors, non, has been granted a pension of $.10 Market Reports. Mrs. D. C. Payne, of Crab Orchard, u month. finBKICK. W. C. Greening has State News. and George Severance, o( Kansas, have Sam Amster, a merchant o( Pine-vlllished burning a kiln of splendid brick is ready to wuit on died sudden deaths. Mr. Severance met with a serious accident while at HuBtonville nnd served gallantly in tho Federal army handling u dynamite cartridge. It ex!T( Washington News. any one wishing any. during tho war and was a member o( ploded, sevcringhlsarm (rom the body. IOUU1 1 OlUlls.. The Vanderpool House, Crab Orch- tho Lt. Severance Post, G. A. R., Joo McDowell, tho de(uulting and Women's Page, ard Dopot, is now bolng kept in extra which was named (or his brother. He absconding cashier of tho Estill county who so- was also an Odd Follow o( good standChildren's Page. stylo bv Rev. A. M. Lambert, Deposit Bank, has been located, nis licits patronage, in an advertisement ing. His vi(e, who died several years captors want a reward o( WOO be(oro By Mal' 0n,y- ago, was Miss Mary Lindsay and they turning him oyer to tho law. His in another column. 12 Months .42.00 hud six children, all of whom are liv- shortage was $11,000. 1.50 6 Months OUK Casey county correspondent l.OO J Months no republican from ing. He was a member of tho ChrisOwing to tho absence of many wit50 Month complains that d tian church und us clever and as on both sides und the absence of nesses of the woods has volunteered that neck CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. a man as over lived. His bur- Col. Breckinridge, counsel (or tho almost as io Oght the Spaniards. It iscent, of tho ial was in Crab Orchard cemetery tho case of the Commonwealth Sample Copies Furnished uguinst Jesso Fields wus continued unOn Application. bad here, where fully 03 per by boys of dem Tuesday evening, alter services by til tho December term of court of tho enhstmonts have been Eld. J. G. Livingston. Barbourville court. ocratio breeding and prlnclpfc. s BIG DRIVE IN ODD - PANTS ! sol(-de(en-- e. Black, Clay, Worsted, AT ONLY 32.50, Out of suits that cost (rom J 10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice Goods will not last long at the price. as theso r, N W. E. FERKUVS, Crnb Orchard, Ky. Mc-Klnn- ey, y, SPMBDEB IS HEME And we are now prepared to furnish you with the best quality of f PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, well-to-d- o Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maakct at reasonable prices, also a complete lino of the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. AVe solicit your trade. nr CRAIG & HOOKER'S. I l. ! i m Me - Intfoiee SALE. Wc will offer Summer Goods at 11 I I EXCHANGE 1 i : w ..x Greatly Reduced Prior to our usual invoice Aug. 1. Prices ! bn r Come to us (or your needs. Llii'-ol- -- ... m m tt SEVERANCE a rA e.i ts&,s!&a& r m- - & SOWS. v r. ci. rs : Mc-Kobe- rts. COAL! COAL! rl I'rlc-e. iipl-lr. r rvf v ri r a vt xA Vt k.x : tt . .' Stanford Female College. If ext session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prin. -- "W Vanderpool House, 'HESII LINE OF- - Hus-tonvil- le flrst-clu- ss Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. M. PH6LPS, Every Thing Way Down. Call And Seo Me. 11 MARK HARDIN. STANFORD. one-side- d YOU NEED A DAILY NEWSPAPER! "We will store wheat ut-te- it yourself. see us. price than you can store All who stored last year made money. Also at a less 4 A CENTS will either buy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and WEEK to-da- J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. -- The Louisville Evening Post. GLASSWARE. See Our 10c Counter of e, 1 1 rates 1 Glassware. Most Any Thing You Want in Glass For 10c. kind-hearte- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ft -- . v 1 MIDDLEBURG. THEINTERIORJOURNAL o.'bllsla.od.'Svi.GBAa.jro -- AT- o.xiS.3rrida.v ..VDVA-SfC- S2 1?2Zn YJCA.lt I -- "-' r when not to paid s w "e "'" I' h' Stanford, Ky. Coulter is a regular attendant at the Turkey Knob Sunday school. John V. CotTcy and McD. Royalty are on this week's sick list. Miss Luln Adams has secured a school on Brush KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Creek and has taken charge of it. A. M l The republican primary In this conNo. 3 ArrrhcsatNanfordat No. J Lentcs Stanford at - i Itl a. M. gressional district is warming up In No. 21 Arrhcsat Kowlandat Vi'W DA. M. 3:40 No. 2! Leaves Stanford at places and a controversy between the Mountain Echo and the Corbin News is bringing out considerable history of KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the contending candidates for the vot...12 37 p in ers to think upon. No. 21 Train going North ... s 41 a in .... " H 12 4am There has not been many volunteers No! 25 " outh " ' Wo! 23 to the army in this county, but so far For alllPoluts. as we have been able to observe every UO'IOII TICKETS SOLD. mother's son of them have been demo IIAUUAOE CHECKED THKOUGH. crats. Is It possible mat mere is no enquire ol For auy Informatlou patriotism In the ranks of the g. o. p. JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. In old Casey? If there is, this would be a good time to show it. Rev. J. M. P. Simer seems to be a FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. bad man from Bitter Creek. But "lie r. i., Trains leave Frankfort at fi SO a. m. ami which connecting at Georgetown with tj A C. and reach- has committed a blunder from Leave Paris he will probably not recover while he 8:40 a. m. and 5. 10 r. M. ing Paris at at9:20 a. m. and S:R0 i t.. eonnectlns at 'ecrj:c; The question whether women nrc town with Q. A C. mid reaching Franktort at It: cm stays in these "digging. He and Miss A. . and 0 .y. . ,.. A. who lives with him. had a more courageous, or whether they are Eunice Hon, A. G. IH falling out some 10 days ago, when, It constitutionally less sensitive to pain Is said, he threatened to whip her. than nrc men has recently been raised QUEEN & CRESCENT. Fcarimr that he would execute his by the Fortnightly Itevlcw. Doctors Trains pass Junction City as follows: threat, the young lady left and went to and dentists all over the world agree 4 11pm 12 02 p ui No. 2 North No. 1 South that they bear pain with more forti3 41 am Mr. O. D. Estcs' on tho Liberty pike. 114Uata "4 " No. 3 " C 131pm Rev. Slmer, learning of her where" tude and in most Instances submit to No. 5 " lllsam "10 " 600am 8 03pm No. 3 " abouts, started at once, armed, it Is painful surgical operations with more No. 1 does not slop. No. 2 stops only for paen-ge10 run no furstrongfrom South of Somerset 0 and said, with a pistol and a club. On bravery than does the ther than Junction City and 5 audC only to Somreaching Mr. Estcs' house, he was told er sex, from whom more endurance is erset. that the young lady was there, but was to be expected. A woman who will forbidden to enter himself. But not- scream at the sight of n mouse will . Royal nakea the food pure, withstanding the protest he entered undergo every variety of dental operawholesome and dellclou. the house, when a lively chase between tion with courage and facility. Dr. him and Miss Hon took place. Dodgiug Evans, the eclebrnted American dentist from one room to another tho young of Paris, gave it as his experience that lady finally escaped through an open women swoon under the dentist's hands door to the woods, where she remained much less frequently than men, and the several hours. Mr. Estcs went and general testimony of surgeons in hosprocured a warrant for tho arrest of pital practice is to the same eirect. Slmer, and placed It In the hands of However, doctors disagree ns to whethConstable J. W. MeWhorter, but the er this is due to superior bravery on reverned gentleman made a virtue of the part of the women or whether they necessity, by giving himself up to are physically insensible as compared Judge Tilford, and his trial set for with men. Tuesday, when some rich developments An accident which occurred during are expected. When this able expound- a marriage ceremony recently is thus POWDER er of Baptist principles moved here described by nnunpracticed, but promAbiolutcl Pur last fall, everybody was astonished at ising editor: "The bride, looking the his eloquence and ability to handle the picture of loveliness, stood under the Scriptures, but the leaders of the Bap- swinging chandelier, so did tiie groom. tist church were inclined to turn a cold The groom wxis owr six feet two, and TOY At DAMNS ro9t CO., NtW YORK. shoulder to him, thinking that possibly in bowing his responses to the minthere was something crooked about ister's qtiestionb he accidentally tilted him. And from his Lite conduct It will the chandelier, which overturned a be seen that their suspicion was pretty kerosene lamp, the oil of which spatMRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. well founded. But he had worked him- tered all over the bride's drcis and the : Kentucky. self Into the confidence of Baptists in minister's broadcloth coat. To say rhnt and Is pastor the groom was mad would not do jusNewly furnished; clean beds; splendsd other parts of the country one of them tho tice to his feelings. But he restrained Porters of five churches, tabic. Everything 69 wealthiest in the county. We had himself and supported the bride to the meet all trains. hoped that he would conduct himself In front porch, where rlie ceremony was a waj as to prove his worthiness, but concluded under the srtnrs of hruven. A. S. PRICE. he has torn his 'Tags," and torn them The minister has sent in a bill for his Surgeon badly, and henceforth his name Is Den- coat, but the groom swears he won't Dentist, pay it." 4JTTTFQ2 T. S. B. nis. A three weeks protracted meeting will bcjrinattlioM.E. church Frlduy nipht. Pastor Creech will be assisted by Hew Bauphu, of Nlcholasvillc. Indications nro that Casey will not have a fair this year, owinjr to the fuct that many of our people have taken stock In the Russell Springs fair.whlch promises to be u success. J. C. 1 ? Worm Iicrtli. An olllcer on the Indiana Epenks of the life of an officer on n battleship in a tropical climate in time of war. Frequently the ship, in warm water and under a blazing sun, becomes terribly hot during the day; and yet nt nightfall everything is shut down, and officers and men have to sleep, if they sleep at all, under double hatches and with battened windows. It Is about equttnleut to being put into n hot oven, with the oven door shut, to sleep. Often the officers cannot sleep unless they have reached the stage of exhaustion. So loug as there is no enemy in sight they are generally able to get a couple of hours' sleep in the day, and this keeps them going. On the torpedo boats matters are still worse than on the battleships. The officers have a "cnbin," which may have an open space about two feet wide, and they have bunks which may be a foot wide. The whole interior reeks of oil and dust. It is the saddest sort of dungeon possible. And yet the torpedo boat men have an opportunity which is coveted by ninny officers. They are among the finest and brainiest men in the navy specialists and brave as well as able, for when they go to sea they have no assurance that their crazy craft will ever reach their destination, even if there is no enemy within a thousand miles. A r A Beautiful XXjVJ Im atdpro or A. J". MnVrly mitl U'Ihk natltiieil tliat it It mi ImiKtr to the Inler-ts- t of the ettalc to tilt R.ciniifiil ihm I luve lu fiom tin limr.il tlieiimntv mint toillM-liintf-l mill me from MI lUinltv 011 l m A. I' MuW-tly-. tlivtof. II IIU.M, .Mimw JNU1 lri ttut repi' Tin: Tiiiitn session or Present ' KQUIXtlNOCOOMtC'' Ky. Wesleyan Academy l (MOUNef a TMttTKHVnU,fO At r Aft AMY OfWtttTAM. i Of FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out for yourself H01 that all claims for its superiority and ccon wKtm KallB omy are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a aeries of C Bfl At IluriiBldc, Ky , Boglns Thursday, Sopt. 8. mv oihIiik i".!iii lm rivi- - ExinrU'iircil T.iu-lie- i olU-jjriHlimtei. I.nrlltm-ii- l last r.UM'llent coiirn'R iitTi'K'd In Lhtlii. I'nculty of The Ai-fiil- i fr I'ull ull GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by MuTille, 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. Uurninii. I'reneli. KnplMi. Mtlittnailc.fcel Mul Onttorv nnil I'lijukiil iMio'ii, I'nlturi'. TYrniH imidi'Mitc. Honnllmr d- Ih wtehed In wy imrtiuiMit I nil tint of comfort nml roiiveiiloiH'e. I'or ,imrtli-ulHiami I'ntiiloKUP, ndilif" tin- - I'liBt-nmi,11 .JAMES f IKU.I.r.V. M ? i'rU. trok. Excursion Kales CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, IV "Big Four Route, ff lINESTi:hKl. Kvkh Okfkiiui. rite "New Yort aid IIo.ihi 'KTn A.H. 1MO, f'U. M..rBlnSUI," AM' Each PJO, 18. TUAI.VSMtVICK ' SMtliw4H ' ottoeeltetn. Mwlle-- I " 1U Make Clw ELASTIC STARCH lias been the standard for as TWENTY-TW- O T:-- How To Git Thtm: AM KoriWIU-N1'ASSEb. T VSM years. n AtlLLION 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. d All pnrchn.ein of tliiwf 10 cent or itx Scent pneknrps of Ktattlc Starch (Wat Iron Urnriil), aro entitled to rc celte from their erocer one of theo beautiful (Jam Claque free. Tho plaque will not hn sent bjr mnll. They can be obtained only from your itrocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Po not delay. ThU offer U forathort tlmo only. tall on aMnltttftke 111; Vvx fcowi Kt Ik In. atnl full IhAhumiImi. WAMMNJ I.YM II, i. ( MrCOItMU'K, i A Til Tranv lgr Am If ll.NTlJ-NATI.- iti la. AC.SNE. .Dealkk In. JL U M B III! B9 STANFORD, KY. Tfye It wn nk m R m SASH Cor)ver)tior) Democratic AND DOORS, Has Come to a Decision. we a surprise to some, but the majority knew that have the Best Line of Clothing In The District i FIRE INSURANCE And give better value for the le.vt money. See our line ol i7'.0 nml 110 Suite. They will control any vote. Shoes, Shirts, Neckwear, IInK I.et us take your mem ure. Suit Cleaned and Pressed. Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. PH12NIX : The Globe, J. L..Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. DANVILLE, KY, Caledonian Insurance Mason Hotel first-clas- s. I.ancaster, J. T. SUTTON, Unciertolcor, o LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN & CoM oil Scotland. KOUNDttD 1MOO. Huston villc, - - .Kentucky R.B.MAHONY.Agt, STAN! Ollli 'le ofWeit Uncoil' ()flVrhIMrrlr-itthf and Casey countlri. lullitiKkof oflliif ana L eta alvarion uanu 95 I). H. CariKiiter. Manager. EUROPEAN K. FOR CASH 1 ! The Ladies Restaurant is the tluet in the city. Kvery convenience for ladies spending the day in the city. Geutlutien'd Cafe on olllc'e tloor. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kw, A OSoeoTer SlcKoberts' Drug Store In thelJOwaley Uulldlng. exposition with a magnificent display of cereals, salt, fruits, minerals, live stock nnd other natural resources of the Sunflower TINNING & PLUMBING, state. Gov. Leedy hae appointed a state commission comprised of several of the STANFORD, KY., strongest nnd influential men in the A Sail D I nap pol fitment. Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing Maj. Bludgud So you were disap- state to arrange for funds by suband Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's Hlack Diamond Roof Paint. Telephone No. pointed in Bar Ilarbor, suh? scription to defray the expense of rhe Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J. 20, residence. Maj. Threefingers Vawstly, majab. exhibit. Gov. Leey is desirous that U. Baughman &. Co.'s Mill Why, would you believe it, it derives lt the fame of Kansas aa an agricultural, name from n bar that is actually situ- live stock and fruit producing state ated undah watah, suh. Judge. shall be maintained. The railroads opJX-JtfcCtyVA Surprise in Store. Y erated In the state have pledged $15,000 The dons are striving to be say, to the fund of $30,000, which amount the they'll learn to their sorrow But flSfi state commission proposes to raise. We're simply putting off Trans-Mississippi J. "T. Jones, "Well," said Plodding Pete, gloomily, "de blow has fell. Dey're goin' to put a tax of 50 cents a barrel on beer." "Well," replied Meandering Mike, "taxes like dem is a shame. Bu&whUo I pertests agin 'em I'm goln'ty be too patriotic to try to dodge 'em." Washington Star. ItcolT. ' I novo decided to adopt the Cah pyMcm Kansas Las joined tho grand galaxy believing it will be better for my customer, of states, nixl will u well ns tiiVMjlf, o beginning occupy a conspicuous place at the Trans-Mississippi a THOMAS Music -- A. MULLIGAN, 11 dure15 will sell for Gash Only. Those owing me wu-- t come forward and ftettlu or their account', will be pluced In V. A. Tribblo's hands for collection. Crab Orchard V. A CAK-O"I Manager. jTuesdav, Thursday ami Sunday Kvcniuv. Store Room & Goods FOR SALE. 21-- tf to-da- y A hoiiM? and lot In Moreland Station, the main building CO bv .10, tiMMtorlo high, upper htorv IH ted up for dwelling, suitable for Cool, Exhilarating, Hetftil MikIc, small family and a side building 14 by CO. aud (ood Living well corn cribs, ware room and salt shed, fOU-l- ug arranged for a general store, have been For Terms addess, from 315,000 to S20.000 worth of good mutually. Is offered for sale. CRAB ORCHARD SPRilMCS MOW OPEN. A HE- Is Receiving Ills Fall And Viutcr GoodN. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. - Farmers Bank&Trust OF STANFOr.D, KV. Co Amuse-meat- s Paid up Capital, Surplus, - 5200,000 oe 17,603 80 What we can do to Morro. Philadelphia Record. IN IIAIU) I.UCJC UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD. KY. &C. European nations are having their Season 189S. eyes opened on the subject of Amcricun Also a good stock of goods at prlmo cost. rold In a patriotism. The blue and the gray Until the house and goods are about cost. bulk. I will sell goods for march shoulder to shoulder aud the rich The house wilt bo rented cash at tho 15th of GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS after and the poor meet on a common level. Julv and the goods.sold at auction, of price Among Jloosevelt's "rough riders" may j I wish to announce Unit this popular sumbe found the sons of federal and conMoreland Station. Ivy. mer resort wll! bo open for the accommodafederate soldiers, and the sons of miltion of gue.sts. T lionaires of the east ride side by side with the cowboy of the western plains. , Of Land, Stsck And Crop. The solution of the mystery is that we are a nation of patriots, und that love As I want to sell out, I will on Heduued rates during the first month. of country is common to all section? 1898, For Informatlou In regard to rates, etc.. PRICE, 31,200. GUS HOFMAXN, Prop, of le,, 11 j- proTltluni of lti charter, (Uxultori are a fully prolrt til ai arc lcslmra In N atljual llatikt, lti htll luilivMuMIy liable to the extent of the aluuuutnl llif.l nmk lliirclu at tlif par v.ilim thenar, In addition to tlte amount In. In iut.li inures reilt-It may net executor, atl uiliittlrator, truttt-e- , Ac ,ai fully a an IntltrlJual. Tendering our thauli to those who hare mtrutt-e- d their Im.lhe.s to ui, Ketrnit thejr will continue to do o, and wr oiler at a Kiiaianteefur roiuilat tendon to t.onr our lUjrearV exierlrneo In hank, lug and atllWalarruuiuuMlalioii) at aro ooniltteut with Kinud liunkltitf. d DIRKCTOHf. J. J. Wlllhuni, Ml. Vernon; PUBLIC SALE E 1898. J. S OwaIejr.br., WIUU111 lloocb, S. J. Emliry, J. i:. l.Tiiu, J. X Mine. fee. J. W. II. Cuuinilni, I'rcachr rtvllle: a. orriciKt, J.F. CaL, W. J. II. Uwiler, S. II. feuauli, Crntr tiler S. H.SlianU I're.ldeut. II Owilej- and classes. Saturday, July i6, follow fiig Ciuhler; V. M. might The United Stotes is Uie wealthiest country on the globe. In 1SS0 Mulhall estimated that its wealth was or $05,000,000,000, while that Terrible situation of Ilenpeck, who of Great Britain wns 9,500,000,000, or enlisted to get away from his wife and 547,500,000,000. The wealth of France found her at the front as a lied Cross was estimated at JC 8,500,000,000, or nurse. X. Y. Evening Journal. Germany, 0,500,000,000, or 5,000,000,000; ?32,5OO,00O,000; Ilus&In, Llternl. To kick a paint-pa- il off the house Austria, 4,000,000,000; Italy, Was trleU by Painter Ducket. 2,000,000,000, or and Spain, He slipped and fell. AJas! 'twas plain $10,000,000,000. That he had kicked the bucket. Judge. Not only tho business men but fha Almuat Human. Route to "That dog certainly seems almost hu- women of the country are coming to the nation's relief. Miss Helen Gould man at times," said old Mr. Fussy. "Yes," replied Mrs, Fussy. MIlo offered $100,000 to the government, and growls over his food quite as much as President McKinley accepted the gift. you do." Harper's Bazar. It is said that tho presentation of 'I have used Chamberlain's Cough President McKinley's portrait with the. Remedy In ray family for years and al- blograph in England has called forth ways with good results," says Mr. W. unbounded enthusiasm lately. B. Cooper, of Kl Rio, Cal. "For small Aluminium cofllns, costing from $750 children we llnd It especially effecITnuik J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. tive." For sale by Craig & Hockor, to $1,000, aro now in great demand im.' E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky druggists. the United States. Offer for sale at mv home on Cedar Creek. -miles from Crab Orchard, on tho turnpike leadlug from Crab Orchard to Stanford, the n duress 2 T. H. WIUGHT, Crab Orchard, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOIU), property, to-w- it; take: the 100 Acres of Land on Fall Lick SoutfiBrn Railway Gffi'lW ky. Surplus, $15,750 Capital Stock $100,000. MONON, 3,000,-000,00- 0, The Popular -- CHICAGO. THE Creek, In Lincoln county. This Is one of tho best farms, in tho neighborhood; with good IUM on It. 210 ACilhs ON S buildings of all kinds SYSTEM. Also three SAME CHEEK. In Garrard. AGUES, known as the Stone thares in 1C farm, on IK Klver, adjoining Green llriar PENETKATES Springs, and a half interest in 8s ACHES In 50 Garrard Co. This Is well timbered land.perEIGHT GREAT STATES acres at my farm at Cedar Creek. Any son wanting to buv any of these tracts should before-"thsale and I will show Kentucky, Tennessee. Virginia, Georgia, call on mu North and South Carolina, show them over them. Will also sell 1 Saw 7 Alabama, Mississippi. and Grist Mill combined; In good repair, 2 Cows, 1 Calf, I mule Colt, Horses, 2 Milk lloro Wagon Iluggles, 2 Spring Wagons, 4 Interest In 20 acres of com In Held, lot of Millet and Cane, pair Stock Scales, lot of blacksmith tools, cane mill, 0 or b hogs, lot Detween Loulsvlllo am1 the South. Lumber, Shingles and Hoards, Household A: Kiwhen Furnltuie, Ac. Ac. Mv farm on Cedar Creek contains 50 acres and'lles on Crab Orchard & Stanford pike. blacksmith shop It has a good 6toro-housand In good neighborhood, close to churches Each way between Loulsvlllo and Lexington and schools. For furtherV.Information write W. A. TUKIC, O. P. A.. Chandler, aucto tho uuderslgued or .1. Washington. D. O. tioneer, Walnut Flat, Ky. Sale to begin at W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. 10 o'clock, when tho terms will bo announLouisville, Ky G. W, SINGLETON, Crab Orchard. ced. 1- -2 o. Through Sleeping Cars Attention o( the public It railed to tho fact that thin Is the Hank In Stanford. Un. der the prorltlont ot the Natlou.il Hank Act aro secured not only tir the capital Mock, tleioiltnrs but by the ttockhoUlers' liability for au amount the Hoc k to that deiHjtltortof thlt luttltu. Moiiarotecuredby a fuinl ol jJCO.wx). Fire tworn ttatcmontt of tho condition ot the Hank are made each year to tbo United states iioverumcntand Ita ovtctR aro examined ut ttuttsl time bygorerniucnt a;ent,tluu scouring additional and erlert tatet totlrpotltort. 2S i Thlt instltuiiou originally established at IIih Oe Hank ol Stanford In IS.VS, then reorvanlzedai posit the National Hank ofStautoid in 18C3 audagalii reorcanlze-latthFlrtt National Hank of Stanford in ti2, hat had practically anuiiluuirrupled It Is better tupplled now lacllltut fortrantacthijr biislneM promptly amiwill liberally than brer before In Its loug and honorable career. Account of individuals, fiduciaries nra acdlndlTldualtsollcitetl. e DIHKCTORS. THREE DAILY TRAINS F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford ., S. II. H.iml.Ium.i, S. T. Harris. " ' . J. S. Hocker, " T.P. III1I, W. P. Walton " W. A. Tribble, J.U. CpllIer.Crali Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernoo. J. S Hocker, President; J. J. McttoberUJCuhla a., a ;fticjunny,AiuiUtantCathIer. . - orricias. te VJi f ,Jt. ijnteiwtjte.