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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898071901 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. T- - s,wy - III , In III) niiliWMllil T" ' II vyiypGn?? $ilf???ti!SF "r'"iy y a i r it ii SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. POLITICAL Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. JULY 10. 1898. POINTS, CRAB ORCHARD. -- NO. 39 WE WANT TO- - J H MM MMH PI IB MSI HON. t.l'orUJB (.. (lLhi:itT, Tlu democratic nominee for Congress lit thin district, wnt born in SJpencer whun qulto u county IS yonru njjo youoi; innn win elected county attorafterwards he wa ney. Several Mjnutor froni the district chosen yr "' n com-jKine- d of ) bhelby, Nul-o- iind Spencer, prom-InoiK.- nml In bofore the people of the State. He Is u jrood tHumper and hu u way of Injrr.itlatinj,' himself In public favor. HIh campaign will not bjrln till Sep tombor, whuu wu predict that he will awaken such an interact In hU rnce that will insure h triumphant olec-tld- that body brought hluteelf lv n. yi Dr.J. P. Woods says of Hon. Gilbert In the Warren County Courier: He represented h!c district In the State Senate 10 or 12 years ago trolii;; from Spencer county, where he then raided. He was unknown In politic and was Riven the chalrumnbh'p of the committee on printing, in InsljrnWeant committee as belonged to thn Senate. A debate pninir up in the Senate two or three week after the notion opened in which Al Horry, one of the tinett speakers In the Senate, made a vory able and eloquent tpech. Gilbert was opXcd and replied to the bill under dUcu-slo- n Horry In one of the finest sjweches to He fairly made during the eloctritled the Senate with his logic and his rich garnishment and fancy und beautiful gathering from poet and hUtory. From that day George Gilbert was forgotten as chairman of the printing committee, and took rank with the foremost senators oh all law committees and In all general ees-lo- n. .egl-la-tio- The distillery ut Crab Orchard closGum Shoe Humor is coming hoire from Guatemala in August to set up ed down Saturday. Messrs. McClure : Napier shipped the plus for John Rhea to knock down. s of slop-fecattle tto CinHardin county will hold a primary three Aug. I to nominate a democratic can- cinnati Monday. They were in fine didate for jailer. There are 11 candi- shape to bring a fancy price. Tho L. iV N. has entirely renovated dates. G. G. Gilbert was given an ova- Its truck through this place this SumHon. tion on his return to ShulbyvUlo from mer and if an accident occurs it certho convention al Danville, which nom- tainly can't be tho fault of tho track. Mrs. Mattle V. Klrby. assisted by u inated him for congress. A dispatch from tsholbyvlllu says class of young ladies and a number of that the republicans are trying to In- little folks, will give an entertainment duce George Nicholas, of thatplnce, to at the Christian church In Crab Ornuke the race for the nomination for chard on Wednesday night. 20th. Half of the not proceeds will be given to ongress Judge V. S. i'ryor, chairman of the the churches. The program includes board of election commissioners, sayD battle hymns, pantomimes, tableaux, that tho board will not hear pergonal solos and other music, and will be well applications for appointment us county worth the price of admission. Misses Hollo Haldeman and Joan commissioners. They must apply by Buchanan returned to Louisville Satletter. Hon. Augustus 13. WllUon, of Louis urday aftor a visit of several weeks at vlllc, was made vlcu president of the Mrs. Jane Biiclmunn's. Quito a numLeague of Republican Clubs nnd W. II. ber of Crab Orchard ladlo- - and gentleRuuiaey, of Loudon, National commit- men spent a delightful evening a. teeman from Kentucky in the mooting Green Briar Springs Thursday. Mr. at Omaha. Hereafter the club- will and Mrc. Wright are well fitted for hotel )uslness and know exactly how to meet biennially. State Inspector C. V. Loster opened entertain their guests. Mlsse? Lina his campaign for tho republican nomi- Kennedy and Mary Saundors went to nation for appellate jink's of the Third Mt. Vtrnon Snturday aftor a plousant district at Somei'tsot yesterday. Circuit stuvofa week at Dripping Springs. Ml-- s Rhodu Gilbert and sister, of MadJudge W. V. Jones, of Adair, nnd V. Lewis, of ison county, are visiting their sister, John Mrs. T. J. Culton. Manager Gus Hotf-ma- n Sprlngtleld, are also announced of Crab Orchard Springs, is getTho State printing contracts have ting ready to entertain the Gentry boon awarded to the George Totter Trlntlng Company, of Louisville, for family reunion. He has rooms already ongnged for 600 peoplu. Mrs. Potter, the and tho Courier-Joof Manchester, is visiting her slater, Printing Company for tho second-class- . The bids wore 12 and IT per conU re- - Mrs. C. A. P.edd. Jr. Mrs. Mary MHtclIvoly of the maximum allowed by Slaughter re turn ad from a visit to law. Richmond nnd vicinity the latter part Tho Richmond Register says that of the week, much improved in houltn. Patrick Henry Sullivan's speech nomi- Rev, A. M. Lambert has an attack of nating Gov. McCroary was so well re- fever and Is quite sick. Mrs. Annie car-loadd - Customer of ours. We will trive vou the n H $ Mid-beason Best Values Your Buy. Give us a call jVIorje'y Gai? i anl see for yourself. Extraordinary ttanjuins in Fine Suits Cut Prices. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Mei chant Tailoring Suits made here. Ulg Cut in Shoes. The Globe, J. L. Frohinaii & Co., Telephone No, 136. MRS. JULIA PENNY. Wife of Capt. W. B. Penny, of the ftth U. S. Volunteers, Uone of the prettiest of the fo ur handsome daughters of the late Jacob M. Cooper and is very proud of her soldier husband. When a mere foTl-&LJ:J!iSft- ! DANVILLE, KY. 0 i ;i ,ij 1 WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF child she fell in love with him aud at 1o eloped to JetTorsonvillc and became 3 his wife. Three children have resulted from tho very happy union, which, ! lot Us hope, will not be sundered by war'? ravages. Mrs. Penny Is prepar- V ing to go to Knoxvllle to her hus- V band, whose regiment is expected to I be included in the expedition to Port V Rico Tan Shoes And Oxfords For Ladies and Misses. Quite a variety of style, which we have reduced in price. nice, clean, new stock, latest toes and colors. These are THE FAIRS WILL SOON BEGIN And a Tan Shoe is the proper thing to wear, as they nro Cooler and les trouble to care for than black. Send for them or call and we will take pleasure in showing them. se t 1 fj DANVILLE. n mmm' LADIIER, CALDWELL & House, The Leading and Furnishing Shoe 4ak DANVILLE, KY. mm ' llrst-chis- s, b ceived Croary could not win. he was suggested as a compromise candidate and In a prlvato poll came within two votes of the requisite number to nominate. The democrats have named sevon of tho 11 congressional candidates and thoy are as follows: First District-Cha- rles lv. Wheeler; Second Henry D. Allen: Third John S. Rhoa: Fourth David H. Smith: Seventh K. K. Settle: Ktghth Georgo G. Gilbert: Tenth Thomas V. Fttzpatrlck Tho .1th. tlth, Dth and Uth are yet to be choson. that after It whi found that Mc- Black, of Knox,vllle. who has been Viher mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish, went to Richmond Saturday to visit Dr. Black's relatives. Mr. Lee Crady and friend, from Danville, are visiting Mrs. Joe McClure. The Misses Phillips, who have been at Mr. D. B. Edmlston's, returned to their home at Monticcllo Saturdny. Mr. Harry Thomas and sister, Bessie, of Indianapolis, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Miss Annte Cochran, Alloc Newlnnd of Garrard, is spending a few weeks at Mr. Chris McClureV siting vl-lti- ng The Boyle County Teacher's Institute will meet at Parksvllle July 23th. Anderson & Spillman and Cogar & Co are shipping wheat every day. J. C. Caldwell has delivered a good crop sold last year at 70e. J. W. Redd, professor of Greek and German in Centre College, has remodeled his old home on 'vd street until it presents u very handsome appearance. Tho Deaf & Dumb Institute Is erecting a very neat und convenient home ou 2d street, just below the main bulld-luto be occupied by Prof, and Mrs. g, .,mt AVc m mAi AW J mV m Make It A Rule To Furnish School Books, Tablets And Copy Books, Pens, Ink And School Supplies All of the Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Cash e.-;. It is to vour interest to trv us. Pric- I t" ?! Day. Dr. Sutherland preached his farewell sermon to the congregation ot the 2d Presbyterian church Sunday morn- u. LANCASTER. The Misses Ballon, of Stanford, were with their brother, II. M. Hallou, Sunday. MUs i:ilxa Smith has returned from a Islt to Lexington. M. D. Hughes is at home from thwinountalns for a few days' rost. Lieut. Kennedy came up from Chlckamauga as a guard of honor with the remains of James Johnston. Mesdames K. G. Dick and of Crab Orchard Gus Hofmnnn, accompanied by a number of Springs, the Springs guests, seHt Saturday here shopping. Maj. V. H. Collier, of the 4th Kontucky Volunteers, spent several days with the homefolks last week. MUses Pearl and Uerthu Smith, of Lexington, nnd Lizzie Settles, of Danville, were the guests of Mls0 Lottlo Hettlu lust week. MUs Hessle Hullock, of Shelbyvllle, Is the charming guest of Miss Mary Itout. Hert Spencer ran down from Louisville Sunday to see the homefolks. James Johnston died at Chlckamauga of typhoid fever. His remains wore brought here and Interred In the Lancaster Cemetery on last Saturday. He was u son of the late Joseph Johnston and was 'SI years old. Ho wus among tho lirst to respond to hid country's call from this county and as this company was not raised as quickly as he wished, ho went to Lexington and enlisted; but It was not written that ho should fall by a Spanish bullet. Ho was stricken with typhoid and after u short Illness ho died. No more llttlng testimonial to his popularity at homo and his patriotism could have been given than tho funeral which was given him. Undertaker Kigney went to Chattanooga and prepared tho remains for burial. Ho arrived here with them at 0 A. M. Saturday morning. Thoy lay In state In tho cemetery vault until 11 A. M. At that hour tho banks and business houses closed and headed by tho baud our citizens proceeded to tho cemetery to pay homage to Garrard's llrst Cuban war hero. After u few remarks by Revs. Faulconer and Waldcn all that was earthly of James Johnston was laid to rest. It is a mattor of history that Sholby county in hor 10(1 yoars lias never furnished but one Congressman. Ho was James C. Sprlgg und served from 1SJ1 to IbJ.'l. In n light with a congressman from Pennsylvania Sprlgg had nn ear bitten oil and probably for that reason ho never returned to the county that had honored him. The defeat of Mr. McCroary for congress In the Eighth Kentucky district Is generally regretted In Washington by men of all parties. While In congress Mr. McCreary was nblo mid nnd navcr tired of doing favors for his friends. This made him popular in and out of the Iloii-Had he been n member of the 50th Congress he would havo had strong supjMirt for speaker, and if certain expected complications had arisen he would most likely have been elected. Washington Cor. CourlopJournal. elll-clee. Si:a-Siiok- k ENJOYABLE PICNIC, 11V ing and also conducted the union services Sunday evening. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Danville, Lancaster .fcNieholasville Turnpike Company, the following new otlicors were elected: Presideut and SuiKsrlnteudent, G. N. Gean: Sec. & PENNY'S DRUG STORE. l!J ii I fi f Wil 4 nt E.NCLMtsiONS.-.Th- e Ches- apeake and Ohio Ry., will run tho fole lowing excursions to the on dates named. Tho tickets will be good going on regulnr trains, to which uec. essary sleeping curs will bo attached. On July ll)th and August 11th, to Atlantic City and Capo May, via Washington, round trip rule only $11.00 from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central Kentucky points. Tickets good 11 days returning. On July 2Sth, a round trip rate of Sl.'l. will bo made toOldPolntComfort, Vn., Tickets good going on regular trains and good returning 1'2 days. This Is the best time to visit Old Point, owing to tho interesting military maneuvers. Send in your name for sleeping car space or for any information desired. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. Lexington, Kentucky. Sea-shor- Persons troubled wlthdiarrhoca will bo interested in tho experience of Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Providence, R. I. no says: "For saver al years I have boon utmost a constant aulTerer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks complotly prostrating me and rendering mo unfit for my duties at this hotel. About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly gave mo a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my aurpriso and delight Its effects wero immediate. Whenever I folt symptoms of tho disease I would fortify myself Cool Wisconsin Resorts.-TI- io proper against the attack with a low doses via Monon Route .. Chicago is tho 11 . n line. Write fc. u. uacou, v. l . .., of this valuable remedy. The result has a Monon Route, Louisville, for pamph-lot- been very satisfactory and almost comand timo tables for all ro - plete relief from tho aflltotlon." For and sale by Craig & Hocker, druggists. in Wisconsin. Minnesota v A cheerfully Information Tho L. k N. will let contracts this agent to meet Riven and services of nn for a million dollar depot at parties on arrival oi iraius uu nuu week all Nashville. free. lavillo and Chicago rendered ,. iinhi.in. Treas., Jamos Spillman; Directors, Jno. SUNDAY SCHOOL. A few weeks ago it was decided to W. Ycrkes, D. B. Jones, James Adams, have a picnic, for the Sunday school at Ben Wright, J. II. Dunn, W. J. and J. W. Poor. McCormncks and T. J. Hill, Miss Mary A fire alarm was sent in Fi Idny at 5 Carter and Mrs. Wallace McKIttrlck were appointed n committee to select o'clock, which proved to be a blaze in the place and arrange the date for it. .the cellar of Kmnaird & McGoodwln's Tho lovely park of Mr. Columbus Bish- grocery store. It was extinguished op was chosen and July loth was the without vory serious damage. One of day named. What a lovely day it the men while examining the oil tank. proved to be. At an early hour many In the cellar, lighted a match, the eud young folks, and older ones too, were of which fell Into some combustible gathered there. What a beautiful material causing the fire. Over an enting stand at a railroad scene was presented. For once all cares seemed forgotten and all hearts light station, I recently saw this sign: and merry. A lovelier place could "Green Apple Pies and Twisted Holls." scarcely havo been chosen. Tho broad I at ouco thought of my experience sproadlng maples upon whose branches with green npples and twisted rolls and the frost of many winters havo fallen wondered if tho fellow eattng them and which stand so closely together now would get the same kind of a twist. there atTorded ample protection from Every boy should fully appreciate the the sun All enjoyed the delightful innocent warning the sign gave. Hugh Rowland, 'rest under the shade of the trees." friends inB.Woodford after visiting county, has reTho morning was spent playing games turned home, Miss Jane Todd Watson, and other pastimes, Shortly afternoon a delightful lunch was served. ''And of Lexington, is tho guest of Miss Virthey did all eat and were tilled; and ginia Bowman. Mrs. Dr. Best, of they took up of the fragments that Mlllersburg, Is spending a few aays remained many baskets full," and the with Miss Alice Barbee. Mrs. Will neighborhood sustained her reputation Harris has gone to Crab Orchard. Miss for liberal hospitality. After lunch Susan Lee McElroy, of Lexington, left Mr. A. J. Earp. Stanford's talented Saturday after a month's visit to Miss artist, requested all present to remain Susan Rowland. MUs Elizabeth Van near the table until ho could take a Meter is visiting friends in Bourbon. picture of tho sceue. This part of the Miss Jean Cecil left yesterday to join program was quite a surprise, but the house party of Miss Mary Gray at nevertheless much enjoyed by the Frankfort and attend Miss Christine youug folks. Afterwards Elder David Bradley's baU at tho Capital Hotel Hannah, tho much loved pastor of Wednesday night. Misses Mamie and McCormacks church, called the people Annie Lanier und Margaret Salleo retogether and recited "Jimmy Butler turned Saturday, after two weeks visit and the Owl" In a most thrilling nnd in Chattauooga. tragic manner. lie was so heartily High Bkidge Camp Meeting. Tho oncored that he soon returned and camp grounds will be full of interest further delighted all by the pleasant this year with lively programs, fine way in which ho recited "Tim Mur- speakers, excellent music and crowds phy's Courtship." Late In the after- of delighted and appreciative people. noon the crowd reluctantly began to Low rates during the enmp meeting leave. On ull sides we heard It remark- and special low Sunday rates for ed: "I never enjoyed a picnic so much July 21th and 31st, will be made before" and "the day has been too via the Queen & Crescent Route. Spo-clshort." Tho thanks of all present uro Sunday train service will be run due Mr. Bishop for tho use of his park July 24th and 31st, for convenience of and many other courtesies extended patrons betweeu Somerset and High them. We feel that the persons who Bridge. Ask your ticket agent for full planned this day of enjoyment and particulars, or see small bills. labored for its success havo amplo Special excursion to Chautauqua, N. occasion to feel repaid for their efforts when they remember the many hearts Y., July Sth to 29th at extremely low rates via the "Big Four." For tickets that wero made glad. and full information call on agents, or Mns. T. J. Hill. address the undersigned. 13. O, Miss Ida Hines, of Bowling Green, Pass. Tratlle Mgr., Warren J. daughter of Mr. James" D. nines, a gal- Lynch, Ass. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., lant Confederate 9oldlorunder Morgan, Cincinnati, O. has been selected as sponsor for tho Tho local option election at RichSons of Confederates of Kontucky at mond will bo held Sept. 13. week. tho meeting at Atlanta this M'COItMACKS Wil-mo- ro Suu-day- s, al I I 0 ) KEEP COOL ! This a hard thing to do ... I I Linen Suits At $2.50 1 To $4. I I I Soft Shirts At 50c to $1.50; 1 I H. J. McROBERTS. But you can be comfortable and cost you but little. Luster Coats at $1.50. Magnificent line of Straw Hats from 23c to $2. Look at them (11 J 1 : These Hot Days, 41 W mi: Overstocked. Until August Xc offer a n i &4Ii i 1, '98, Post-Oflice. iH fit A Big Reduction for Buggy and Harness Trade, To close up the season. All we ask is to give us a call. Opposite B. K. WEAR EN St SON. m ck, Self-Foldin-g Extension Table, See it at W. W. Withers'. I. 4M. jMe a.-- - &" .! fS w i7tj' "VtJT"'i'i'-- f ' - ojk ; WT t'fv 1 .V When troops leave Santiago every The attempt of the German warship, Irone, to prevent Aguinaldo from land-- , n;an will bo disinfected before being1 ing at Grande Island may lead to com-- 1 allowed to board a ship, It Is probable IJiiuuuons wuu uermuny nnu it is pre that the men who have been exposed Ky., July 19. 1S9S dieted that she will have to disown the to fever ln the Santiago campaign will, Stanford. action or bo called to taw. As soon as after five days' Isolation In mountain the American ship came on the scene camps, be taken to some camping W. P. WALTON. In Sublg Bay tho Irene slipped he ca ground in New England, for tho twoble and ran, leaving her anchor in the fold nurnose of enabllnir them to re bay, thereby confessing that sho was cuperate and in order to avoid danger Democratic Nominee For Congrt.", doing what sho knew she had no busi of a vellow fever epidemic ln the HON, G, G. GILBERT, ness to. Germany has all along show- South. ed too much friendliness to Spain and A dispatch In our last told of the surOf Shelbv County she may be made to rejjret It. render of Santiago with Us troops and land and harbor defenses. This was THOUuil Santiago was reported as The long, eventful and useful life of good enough, but later news made It It was not until surrendered Thursday Gen. J. S. Williams, knevn as "Cerro better. The surrender Includes about 9 A. M. Sunday that thi. Spanish flag Gordo," came to a peaceful end after a third of Cuba which embraces Spanwas hauled down and the stars and atom!, fion. Tnoil several weeks' illness, at his home at ish troops at Pal ma, Sagua, GuantanadIkI. ,.iin tin tn If j Sterling, Sunday, in the SOth year mo and practically the entire Fourth head-way; began as soon as the commissioners ap-- 1 A her0 ln 'wo wara amla Cuba. Tho territory corps In Eastern pointed to arrange the details met. Kheel-hors- o hard-earne- d ir .peace, he goes to his surrendered by Gen. Toral Includes a raise new points and succeeded in wa,'d wlth the )lai,dlt3 of a11 lh Po- population exceeding 123,000 when the Btandlng otT the whole layout till Sun-- ! rf country is In its normal state. It inday. At llrst ho demanded that his cludes the important cities of Santiago men be permitted to retain their arms, do Cuba, Guantanamo, Sague do Tana but It was refused and then he began to mo and Baracoa. It is exceedingly entreat and drew a picture of the huif it rich In mineral, sugar and coffee. The miliation his army would suffer, large Iron and copper mines at Jura-guSpain without their was sent back to Balqulrl and vicinity are owned arms. The commissioners wanted to by American companies. The surrenyield and Gen. Shafter recommended der also Includes the removal of all it, but tho authorities at Washington mines In the Santiago harbor abd tho very properly uecuneu 10 mane me no condideliverv of all guns, fortifications and concession, saying that under and Toralhad munitions of war, together with the tions would It be granted WATSON SAILS THIS WEEK. commissioners, however, numerous gunboats and other small to quit. The promised to use their endeavors to per- LESS THAN THKEE HUNDKED CASES Spanish vessels in the various harbors of the surrendered territory. The UniOK YELLOW KEVER AT SANTIAGO. mit the troops to retain tbelr arms. ted States will send Gen. Toral's men The sending of the 24,000 men back to PORT RICAN EXPEDITION SAILING. back to Spain. The prisoners number Spain Is a heavy undertaking, the lowWashington, July IS. Orders between 20,000 and 23,000. Tho 24th est estimate received being $45 a man, have been issued for Watson to go than keeping and Infantrvand the 0th and 10th caval but it is cheaper against Spain by end of this week. guarding them perhaps for months. ryall coloreu wui remain ai SantiFighting Is still going on at ago for garrison duty, and the 2.1th will The surrender includes about a third Guantanamo, Spaniards there not of Cuba with all the war material embe sent from Dry Tortugas, giving four regiments of regulars, all colored. braced in it. It looks like a big step having been notified of tho surrender. Besides these the 1st and 2d Immune towards the end of hostilities, but the Official Santiago advices show and seem never regiments, both white, will bo sent. Spanish are persistent less than 300 yellow fover cases. they have enough. to know when BRIEF NEWSlOTATION. Washington, July IS, 3:23 p. m. After Gen. Toral had formally sur Port Rican expedition Is off. Gen. rendered Sunday by handing his sword Lndios' Dross Skirts R T. Rowland, aged 7, of Eddy vlllo. LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. Ladle' heel Oxford S to S. flSc, Miles with regulars and artillery to Gen. Shafter, who promptly handed by a mad was almost chewed to death heel Tan S to 6J. 77e, 75c will buy a SI. 23 skirt, it back, and after his troops had left Slboney on the Yale. Two dog. 25c nnd 40c, worth 30 mid 76c. MImx Oxfords 4Sc. brigades embarking at Charleston 11.10 will buy n 11.10 skill, stacked arms, "Old Glory" was unfurlThomas Howard, of Smithflold, Moh' Work Shoe.-- , 75c, S1.S6 will buy n fl.75 skirt. and 13,000 at Tampa. First and palace fci very ed from the governor's shot himself In the head whon Tenn.. Moll's Fine S1mh. Itronnd CougroM, ftSc Second division from Chickamauga, impressive scenes. All the American MILLINERY he lost heavlv at cards. embracing 1st and 3rd Kentucky soldiers uncovered, bands played the At Vanceburg a family horse vloloiis-l- y Wo will oiler In tliU nlo lot of Straw are included. Banner and a battery Mun' Silk Fluishwl Sneixniler!!, 15c. attacked Johnny Ringer, aged 11, Wo cnu not ailord to carry ovtrii slHt?Io,ijR,s (9l n,0Ilt Wortll iV). al .. boomed a salute. After seeing the Men's exirn heavy I.onthur Itolt. !ttc, Indlot 1ml. Wo wi.l offor the entire Tw Unite of 50 nnd 7Vc Hut at 86c. and mortally wounded him. WAR TALK. defenses around Santiago, Gen. Shafter 18.50 lm s n nlco Cheviot Suit for inrn at cost. of the Old DominThe Northampton, Suowir lino of Trunks mid ValNts. says It would have cost o.OOO lives to dmlral Sampson's Inst bombard- - ion line, burned at Norfolk. Sho cost or Uoysi, worth M. f 1.50 lint now fl, have taken the town. He finds that mont. nf Qfintlnrr uwo..uibu ui Vtuflrl- -- ?t3,000 nnd was totally destroyed. 50c will buy a nice Puck Suit for bojrv S1.26 hat now 73c J...,im,v Irtif t.rh,.il .7 uuuuWK: will hoy the city had been sacked by the Span- - ings. Shoos ns Mrs. Josio WlUon, of Owenton, and tl lint now 50c. y'ii a pxd I.iMre iards and that many people are starv-- 1 And now Spain is threatening to send brother. Green Howard, have both A lot of Indie' sailors 10c lrn; - they last. ,; d.tin loll. heel Oxford 21 t" VV Ladic' spci-ining. Gen. Chambers McGibbon, of a lleet against American coast cities, boon declared insane within a week. - but the bluff Pennsylvania, has been appointed terncan't work, because she The bank of Murray has started the porary military governor of Santiago, has none to send. ball in Western Kontucky by supply-in- g : The Government has advertised for its depositors with .,.,. ,,, thtt t,.nnsfttfl,,nn Tho commissioner of stamped checks. THROUGH the means of a matrimon- - ... (1 internal reve ial agency, Miss Bellamy, a pretty girl 10 SpaIn ofli000 Span,3h oflicers and nue has decided that all telogruphic from Buchanan, this btate, began a 21,000 enlisted men. messages must be stamped by the sendcorrespondence with Robert Orrey, of Gen. Toral says his loss in the battle ers. Kewanee, 111., which resulted in an en- of July 1 and 2 was very heavy, includOne death has resulted ln the troops gagement. Tho man represented him- ing many officers, and adds that he did sent to Mayfield. Ed Diamond, of Lexself as young and wealthy and she glad- not have a general or colonel left. ington, who was accidentally shot, is ly accepted his invitation to come and The mines have been removed from dead. marry him. Saturday she went, she the mouth of Sautlago harbor. A gunWilliam Buford, a carpenter, fell saw, she conquered, her desire to mar- boat was found Inside and 200 more of window to the from a fourth-storry him, for instead of as represented, Admiral Cervera's men surrendered. ground at Bowling Green and escaped he was over GO years of age and bad Chaplain Jones, of the Texas, belongs several grown children besides. She to the school of fighting parsons. When unhurt. Gov. Bradley refused to interfere in gave him a very large slice of her mind tne great ngnt began ne went among Inegar, the ,... un.1 uu. rt n A .j, illnnllt All of Clarence .1 nu nm u.m imurueu ""H""1 the gunners and told them to remember the caseand he was hung at Georgetown and perhaps a wiser girl. Her experi-jajne yesterday. ence ought to teach other girls who Nearly 60,000 of the 75.000 volunteers Jim Mitchell struck a white man at think they can not wait for the right asked fop b the dent ,n h,8 Knoxvllle, who cursed him, knocking man to come along that It is best in the ond call sor troops have been recruited, him from the wagon, which ran over long run to do so, and that matrimonial and most of them have been mustered and killed nira. agencies are Inventions of the devil, into service. Mrs. Jame3 Melvin was shot and manipulated by unscrupulous scamps, Three monitors have been ordered to mortally wounded by a man whom she who make a living out of the gullible. San Juan, Porto Rico. They will bomfound under the bed, when she made S. J. Pugh has made his calling sure bard the fortifications and pave the her customary exploration. for a renominatlon for congress In the way for the army. A blockade of the Whitecappers took Charles Pate Mayor entire island is to bo proclaimed. 9th district. His opponent, from the officers at Cloverport and Sewing girls in Bray's pants factory whipped him within an inch of his life Cox, of Maysville, only got his own nave oeen sewing notes Bland B. Knox, a farmer of Shelby while Pugh took the other 12 "& county for beating his wife. ... - nt Ul f M.... . troupers .""J-"-'- I'.. at the county conventions Saturday. lo bOHUers in ine Pckc oi While playlnp Buffalo Bill. Charlie county, anu u. .u .u .o., Tho convention to nominate will be maue in tne lactory, anu are now re Powell , of Nelson county, was porhapa n mouisviuo ouiunm.y. ceiving answers from Chickamauga. held at Greenup today. Hon. J. N. fatally Phot by a youncer brother, who Barcelona is expect didn't know the pistol vvna lnnrlp.l. "Ve years U''U HICV fi uuncu i.i Kehoe, of Mason, has announced his in tho loek'H holv bonde. but were divorced nomina- ing an American squadron to appear at candidacy for the democratic By tho explosion of a boiler tion and the chances are that Mr. Pugh any moment and open fire. Tho banks Niagara Works at Buffalo, N. Y., the two years later. Mru Knox married are removing their specie and mer- building wa9 wrecked and eight per- again but her husband died and the is serving his last term in congress. chants their goods to safe places in the sons were killed and one fatally injur- wag on a visit to Louisville when she by accident met her first husband. They The city judge of Louisville fined a country. ed. white woman named Mattie White $30 It is probable that Watson's first Thr remains of Misses Stella and embraced and at once decided to have and put her under bond of $1,000 for a demonstration will bo against a port in the knot tied again. So jubilant were Maud Black, Bisters who died in GeorHere are a few Sample Prices For This Week. year for being drunk on the street. The the Northern part of Spain, with a they over the thought of being husgia, were shipped to Lexington, their item recites that she had on a Mother view to bringing Admiral Camara into band and wife that both emblbed freehome, and buried in the same ly and were soon drunk. For this they Hubbard and that doubtless caused the the Atlantic, where his destruction will former casket. wore fined $25. Sobering up they severity of the penalty. There ought bo certain. The subscriptions to the new 3 per license and a preacher and were to be a general law making it a fine of John M. Blandin, who was officer of cent, war loan of $200,000,000, including 31,u00 and 30 days in jail for any woman the deck on the Maine when she was then and there bound together. The the offers made by syndicates, amount- groom Is C5 and wealthy while the to appear outside of her room in one of destroyed in Havana, died at Baltimore ed to $1,200,000,000, or bIx times the those hideous garments. bride Is over a half century old. as a result of the shock to bis nervous amount of the issue. system sustained on tho fatal night of Mrs. Minerva Hellard Is in jail at Efforts are being made to induce Free Silver Woodson remarks in hlB explosion. McKee, Jackson county, charged with Owenaboro Messenger: It will soon be Senator John Bennett, of Richmond, to the Spain has already lost 21 ships of poisoning her husband, who died sudbecome a candidate for congress in this free Cuba, and then the next move will war, with an aggregate of 44,940 tons, denly. A post mortem examination be free silver and a free United States. district. Davison recognizing the fu 21 merchant vesssels of 32,400 tons. showed arsenic in the man's stomach. tility of a race against Gilbert "has and United The States has lost no ships of flew the coop" so that a man with monA 'Frisco passenger train was held N. O. 18 Aainer, to correspondents. war, has had only one, tho torpedo boat up ey, and a good deal of it, to put up, can and robbed near Andover, Kas., by Miss Homely What means can a WInslow, disabled and none of Its merbe pitted against him. $1. two masked men, who shot and mortal- plain woman use to become hand chantmen has been captured. ly wounded a man who tried to notify some? QIt has been announced half dozen There are 9?. cases of typhoid fever the train officials. They got several Editor Get some one to leave you a times or more that Gen. Fitzhugh Leo at Camp Thomas, and Chief Surgeon hundred dollars. fortune. N. Y. World. would be sent to Port Rico, but now it Hartsuff says It is difficult to determino It Is reported from Victoria, B. C, Naval Strategy. is said Gen. Brooke Is to go. Gen. Lee the cause. James Johnston, of Lan"Why did they send those naval rethat Butler and three brothers, of Par1b too popular now to suit McKinloy, caster, brother of W. McC. Johnston,a I'leate remember that wo arc still headquarters for fine goods at tho 0 is, Ky., have arrived there with cruits out to sea on such a rough ray?" who will keep him in the back ground member of Capt. Duncan's company, very lowest price, such as Meat, Lard, MolasK's, Coflee, Tea, Sohp "Oh, the commander wanted to find In gold, taken from the Klondike, as much as possible. died of It. Sturch, Washboards, Galvanized Tub. Ao A full line of Tin and with 40 others in tho party, who have out what they had In them." Town A dispatch from Chickamauga says and Stoneware. Give us a call beforo making your purchases. Wo Topics. There is much conjecture as to what from the telegrams and letters attach- between $1,000 and $10,000 each. The are yours for Bargains An Poet. Butlers estimate this year's Klondike Commodore Dewey wrtnts with the ed to -- requests for furloughs, it would "Squips Is a clever fellow. He writes 60,000 pounds of soap he has made a yield at $20,000,000. seem that half the mothers, fathers and poetry with both hands atoncc." requisition for, but that's an easy one. sisters of the Second Kentucky Regi"How does he do it?" MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. He is going to have the dirty dons wash Y. Herald. "On his typewriter." ment are dying in Kentucky. The mathemselves for once. John Humphrey, a bachelor of C8, jority of these are believed to be fakes Site Ought to Knnvr. J. W. ROUT.Manaoir. The most readable description of the and work a great hardship on the poor and Miss Lucy Wiley, aged 70, were She toy a that eighteen rummers Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. Passed o'er her head. What luck! K. P. A. outing was written by that fellows whose parents are on the brink joined heart aud hand ut Pine Grove, Because, from hor appearanco, genius, Editor James M. Allen, of tho grave, for in rare Instances 'are this State. They had courted for nearly wltaud have struck. Full twenty-fiv- e 50 years. of the Cynthlana Democrat. furfoughs granted. Puck. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - The Louisville Store DRY GOODS, CLOTHING & SHOES. THE GREAT UNLOADING SALE I , i- -' . Is still under This is a sale that means a saving to you of many dollars, a sale that means increased business at the Louisville Store the store for the people and against high prices. a, PRICES ARE LOWERED TO THE LOWEST Extent to move the stock rapidly. Profits will not be considered in this sale. We want to reduce our summer stock in the next four weeks. Now is the time to trade. A Dollar Never Went as Far as Now in this unloading sale. 1 Star-Spangl- ....,. I -- J , Ct l 25 DOZ. MEN'S SHIRTS y " V. ux-orcl- a M 5 dozen white bodies, colored bosom, will be put in this sale at 38c Call for your coupons. A handsome picture goes with every $10 or $25 purchase. 10 dozen Negligee Laundered Collars .and Cuffs, 10 dozen Soft Front detachable Collars, The Louisville Store T. D. RANBY, .Ii-o..- Manager. . 1 I ", .i. ... panic-stricke- n, - Blue Grass Store Is Still in the Push. ! so-cur- ed 22 Lbs. Dark Brown Sugar for $1. Lbs. 20 Lbs. Light Brown Sugar for $1. Granulated Sugar for Qt. Sweet mixed PicKles 20c $50,-00- Up-to-Il- Blue Grass Grocery. 'i.MvtxW Vi te I. ,, W C- ..tej. . &...AJj$fc..,ft.r,, ,-tfSH i k. lm4 ' ''" " "S!" WJi ''"" V- - TTST?T5?!? '.' "35? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL A Jelly Glasses tlses that it will stamp any check sent to it In payment for subscription. The school per capita has been fixed Tho Paragon says that six good brick at $2,110. an increase of 10 cents over business houses and one elogant brick Stanford, Ky., July 19, i8q8 last yoar. There are nbout 710,000 residence are being put up in Somerset, children in the State, to it will take which that paper thinks is a good sign E. C. Walton, Busini nearly two millions to pay the amount. that the old town Is not dead, as some Manaukic. claim it is. Furnace No. 2, of Watts' Steel and Ten years ago on the loth of July TllK best Is never too good for preMrs. W. II. Lunsford prosented her Iron Syndicate, at Mlddleaboro, went scription work. That Is the reason vc husband with a boy. On the loth of Into blast Saturday. Tho mammoth lire the best goods only Penny's Drug " Store. July, 1S!)S, she gave him another boy, basic steel plant of this institution is which W. W. White says ho has nam- being prepared, and steel will be manPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. ufactured in ubout two weeks. Out of suits that cost from f 10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice ns these ed Dewey. An L. it N. conductor tells the LanGoods will not last long at the price. John II, Mkikic spent (several days Tin: examiners, Mies Kate Bogle and caster Record business has doubled on ut Richmond. L. It. Hughes, passed on 12 applicants the Rowland Branch since the recent Crab Orchard, Ky. Miss Km y lux is alkxandkh U vis- Kiev. Fkank W. ALLEN and family for teacher's certificates Friday and changes were made. Another trainman Itlng frlondst at Ludlow. accompanied by thoirgunst, Mrs. S. P. Saturday. Two lost out entirely, said he heard a high official say there CiKOltcm C. Kl'.U.KH, Jit., wont to Grant, left for Crab Orchard yester- while out of tho ten remaining only was a strong probability of the compaI v "l,i Hnrrodsburg yesterday. day. one got a first-clacertificate. ny running the day passenger trains, LiTTLii Owslky Walton sooins to THE Hon. Goo. M. Davison has rehe slowly but surely convalescing. Little Ones Die. The little girl which now go to Livingston, this way. turned from Washington and Is reLAND ANDSfOCKT Mas. N'annik Whahun, of Lexing- splendent In a standing collar and of Mr. and Mrs. II. D Campbell died at Crab Orchard of dysentary Sunday And we are now prepared to furnisli you with the best quality of ton, visiting Mrs. II. K. Woaron. checked breeches. Holtzclaw Bros, sold to Will Hlatt a after 10 days' illness. A little boy of of Cincinnati, Is Mils. Hettih McICinney, of this Miss Hosa Uoitns, J. M. Ware.' who had been ill a long bunch of hogs for Aug. 1 delivery at with Missus Nollle und Sue Whitley place, and Misses Uelle Givcns and time, died Friday. "Sutler little chil- :iic. Ada Alcorn, of the vVost End, went up Murphy. R. G. Denny has threshed his wheat: dren to come uuto me." Miss Mauy OKXHOUFF has roturnod to trao urcnani to spend a week or 100 acres of which yielded him 2,0C0 Lead, Colors, Stains &c, on the maaket at reasonable price, also a complete lino of Small-pofrom visit to Miss Lena lie nt ley at so. is epidemic in Clay, bushels. the best Perfumes, Soaps, Stationery and Toilet Articles. Wo solicit your trnde. Livingston. Juclaon and Laurel. Dro. R. T Mark Hardin bought of J. S. Mocker rind Dulra LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Missus Daisy Mailman soy, Jackson Givcns and II. V a milk cow for $:i2.f0 and of various Coulter, of Uoylo, were with MUs StelCheap threshing coal J. II. Baugh- nlngton, of the Laurel board of health, parties a lot of' suckling calves at :3 la McClary. rcjort 10 cases, with tho nurabor in- and upwards. man V Co. Col. ani Mns. T. P. Mill wont up creasing. Steps are being uiken to Hackley's hornless elephantine bull, Go to Cash it McClure's for IX cof- prevent a spread of the disease by quarto Dripping Springs yosterday to spend weight 2,150, the host bull in Central fee at nine cents. several days. antine. Kentucky, is on my farm licensed at 11. M. Hunt, the youngest teaoliGr The signal service predicts high Cutting Expenses. A farmer So. Jos. Ballou. In the county, begun the school at O. Joo Vaught got 1,700 bushels of temperature for today. brought several dozen eggs to Sever-ane- c K yesterday. wheat off of 100 acres. Moore it A: Sons' store the other day to Hon. G. Matt Adams, now of WinJ. II. Uauuhman ,fc CO. will store exetmngo for goods and had his memo- Stephen made 2,000 on the same num- & chester, was here to io Judge J. W. wheat agiin. Sue them. randa on one of them. When asked ber of acres. Harrodsburg Democrat. Alcorn Saturday. Jonas Welhi has bought a car of exSCHOOL biipphus, Including a large why he did not Use paper to write on, Mil and Mks. J. C. Kinu, of Preach-crsvilland Smedley Bros, of beuutiful tablets at W. i). ho answered: "Times are too hard to port cattle at s line spent sovoral days with sold a lot of plain cattle, average waste money for p.ipor to writo at Somerset. weight 1,000 lts., at lc Paris News. M. MtltoiiRltTS, of Stanford, I. Ol'U store will bo closed today, TuesJames L, Bohannon broke into the circuit court her this wootc. DEATHS. From a letter received hemp pool Tuesday,' purchasing 10,000 day, for the purKse of Invoicing. SevSomerset lteporter. from W. R. Gooch, at McKInney, too )Hunilb of hemp from S. T. Hampton erance tfc Sons. Miss Mauy Mcdson, of Danville, is late to print, wo learn of the death of aud 20.000 pounds from Hieatt Bros., Fok RlLVT. My rosldeucu on Lan- of Cleoro Gooch, Sr., of Eubunks, son at 4 50 Woo'dford Sun. with her cousin?, MIsboh Mary ami caster street, well improved. Millinery of Mrs. M. T. Reynolds, of McKInney; Katherine HuaiJey. Tho beautiful prize pet saddle mare, Mls AlON GICISSAM, Mirf Turin store for sale, all now goods, line trade. Miss Brilla, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowona. valued at SI. 200, the property Carpenter's pretty little gu.i, has re- Mrs. ICatu Duddorur. W. D. Johnson, of Waynesburg and of Mls- Alice, daughter of Col. John Ft.1 Wc will offer Summer Goods at turned to Nashville. PtUCSENTS on exhibition. Shorbert Hayes Jackson, aged 17, of Mt. Salem. B. Castleman, died at the Castleman Poi'B,of SprlngUeld, Missks Sallik place, "Clifton," In Mercer. served free to our lady friend from I aiMi Flora I 'ope. of Louisville, are with Tekhy. William Terry, aged 67, In the Great Western Handicap at to 0 P.M., Tuesday July HUh. Cotno. Mrs. J. S. Uundtoy. died at his home on Green river Satur- Chicago Saturday, Goodrich broke all V 5V m returned Warren Shanks. Mks. S. W. CJivrcxs ! day, of chronic dturrhoeu. Me had records by going 1J miles in 2:110. On from a rlslt to her sou, Mr. L. II. GivTUB Louisville Store is spreading been ill a long time nnd his death was the same day and track David Tenny en, at Marrodsburg. Itself. 1.11.1 WIV hUKM ulmo-- t hourly expected. A wife and a won u H mile race in the remarkable Si 1Kb IM bl.llt,;-MI.-.u Kl.lZAUKTII THATCH RK enww Manager T. D. Raney will soil you al- number of children, including time of 2:0i. Mipses Lynn from Somerset most for a song and go and slug to him with the Col. C.'D. Chonault has sold his en J. Thomas Terry, survive. Tho jjj Trior to our usual invoice Aug. 1. Come to us for your needs. and is now their guo-- t. some. remains were interred in the Mt. Mo-rl- tiro wheat crop, amounting to 1,000 Mils. W. T. Stonu has returned M bushels, to Covington, Arnold iK Bro.. m church yard at Highland. FltKK. Ladies will be admitted to from a visit to her sick daughter, Mrs. of this city, at 70 cents. Tho same firm rt the iltistonvllle fair the first The city council asks us to impress Pannle Todd, In Chicago. ZEZ Aug. 10 free of charge, upon the taxpayers the importance of ulso bought this week Everett Hugely's 3 and fumi MIL tJitr.KNHKHltY AuaIS of 2,000 bushels at the same figure. 1 crop ly, of McKInney, Texas, are visiting and tlioy aro extended a cordial wel- attending tho meeting at the courtRichmond Register. on hand. come to bu house Thursday night next to consider his homefolki at Mustonville. A quick deal in wheat was effected MIS CHKISTINK IlKADLBY hn lssUl Rkad and Meed. We want every the question of continuing the contract Monday in Burgln. Within five ml n imitations to a swell dance at the Cap- cent that is due in and unless you pay with the Water, Light it Ice Co , o utes Josiah Smith sold to J. A. Nooe ital Motel, Frankfort, July 20. up, your paper will be stopped and the that they may let their wishes bo 2,000 bushels of No. 2 wheat at 72 cents Mlmls. Jonas M Kknzik and W. account placed for collection. Wo arc known. If you don't do 0, the council per bushel and Nooe sold 2,000 M. Povntor, two of Ml Vernon' solid going to quit the credit business or will have to act without suggestions of same quality wheat to Dickerson it and it will be too late to abuse it after Son merchants, were here yosterday. quit business entirely. at 711 cents, all July delivery. it has done what it thinks best. Mil W. C. Elliott and family and There has been from 4,000 to 5,000 GUARDS. Au application of the Mr. J. II. Elliott, of Cincinnati, spent The condemned Negro, George bushels of wheat delivered each day in president of the Richmond & Lancasseveral days at Mr. J. 1'. Jones. Burgln within said time, proving It to MISS Dixon WkiuIIT, of Muston- ter pike, after the county Judge had Stephenson, who has now less than a be one of the most important grain ville, Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Win. refused to act. Judge Saulley on Satur- month to live, spends his time singing shipping points in the State. Messenday, made an order granting two and praying and still holds out that he ger. Vandlvlcr. Hnrrodsburg Sayings. FKESH LINE OF- Mlsshs. SyM. Allkn, J. M. Dun- guards for the gate nearest Lancaster. Is ready and willing to meet his MakCHURCH CHATTER, er. He Is gaining fiesh and is much can, J. W. Clark and Z. C. Layson, of Mis-o- s Douulas. N. Peyton Douglas, aged Improved in appearance since he has A protracted meeting is in progress Mlllorsburg, wore guests of the 72, died at his home near May wood on been under Jailer DoBord's care. Tho Woods. at Mt. Hebron. AND MltS. SOl'lUA LANUAM, of tho 15th of locked bowels and was bur- good ladles here are very attentive to COL. The 1,230 Y. M. C. A.'s in the UniLiberty, und Mrs. Mack T. Royalty, of ied in the family grave yard. Me leaves him and are leaving nothing undone to ted States have 207.2C2 members and Mlddleburg, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. four daughters, but his wife has been save him spiritually. Hardly a day own lU.'i buildings valued atSlS,57S,3S0. dead some years. Mis brother, Peyton passes that some of them do not read Leo Myers. Rev. W. II. King preached twice at the Bible to him and oficr prayer In Walnut Flat Sunday to small audienE. II. CANNON, of Cincinnati, is with Douglas, died a month or two ago. his behalf. ces, as it was not generally known that Warren .t Shanks arranging a big lot Mil Davison told the Lexington Mo is one of the llncst of presents. THE trial of James Gadberry for tho ho was coming. papers that ho was not a candidate, but Rev. James P. Hendrick, pastor of eign writers over here. murder of Henry Robinson, colored LCCILK Waddiill returned that the republicans are jubilant over ended nftor the speeches Friday in a tho l'reobyterian church at Flemings-bur- g Miss Call And See Me. for 40 years, is dead. Ho was the with Miss Sue Willie Male from Som- the nomination Mr. Gilbert, as he is verdict of acquittal. This seems to General Henerset and spent several days with her far easier to beat than Gov. McCreary have been the verdict of most every- father of before going to London to visit friends. would have been. The sly old fox said one who heard tho testimony. A juror drick. finally if his party Insisted on his runRev. J. T. Sharrard has accepted a MKS. A. II MICK nnd Misses Altlc told us that it was tho unanimous opinning, he did not know what he might call from Old Union church, Fayette ion of the jurors, on tho evidonco preand Uesslo Marksbury, of Lancaster, do. were on Friday's train en route to sented, that George Hill fired the fatal couuty, for half his time. He was pasw tor there several years ago. Cynthl-an- a Grayson Springs to spend several To a National. Tho Secretary of shot. Democrat. weeks. Tho court finally adjourned Saturday .firv - '""","" . State having decided that tho Farmers Roy. W. S. Grlnstead says that ho ANNK Huffman, Jane Todd Bank it Trust Co. can not reduco Its morning after 20 days actual sitting in Missus Watson and Eva Prowitt, of Louis- capital $100,000 or any other sum under a term extending from June 13 to July will not establish a church at Mt. Verville, Boend next week with Miss Mary tho constitution, tho directors of the 10. Sheriff S. M. Owen was allowed non yet as only 17 of the 33 members Mold's house party, near Stanford. bank havo called a meeting of the $40 for attendance on the court and there have signified a willingness to further fact Lexington Herald. stockholders for July 27 to vote on the Jailer DeBord $S0 for his services dur- unite and for the is being built that a C. E. Gen- question of liquidation and tho estab- ing tho term. There were two special Methodist church away. He is atPino Mkssiis. Hakvey Helm, afraid Hill, three miles grand juries, besides tho regular, dur of too many weak churches. try, M. W. Givcns, Mlcdfioo Hailey and lishment of a $100,000 National bank. ing the term, the killing of thrco peoothers are spending tho week nt Green Springs, and are putting In most Briar THE TIIIKD SESSION OF FOR the excellent cut of our next ple within a month, making them necof tho time fox hunting. wo are indebted to Artist essary. This ran tho jury expenses Congressman Academy Mil Samuel II. Uahdin, who camo Edwnrd H. Fox, of Danville, wbomado over tho average and it foots up Ky. up from Monticello to attend tho burlnl it and sent it "with his compliments." $S70.C2. James Johnson, Mr. Fox has been making "cuts" for us At Burnslde, KyM of bia brother-in-laspent several days with for a year or two and has steadily im NEWS IH THE VICIHABE. at Lancaster, via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points Begins Thursday, Sept. 8. bis brother, Mark Hardin. proved till ho has about reached jer south, to the A daughter of the notorious John Miss Mattie Paxton loft yesterday fcctlon. He added this lino of art to Tho Acadomv for coming session has Full selling for Lake Chautauqua, N. Y., to spend his photography as an experimental Soard is in all at Somerset for Faculty of Five Experienced Teuclicrs all Trans-Mississip- pi Wagoner, pastime, but it has grown into a regu liquor without license. college graduates. Enrollment lust year 105. several weeks. Mrs. Harriet courses offered In Latin, Greek, The Advocate says that the Danville Excellent of Syracuse, N. Y., who has boon her lar department of his business. His German, French. English, Mathematics, Sciist. Exposition, Omaha, June banks paid back taxes in full to tho ences, History, Music. Oratorv and Physical accompanied her. s guest, and his prices very work is Culture. Terras moderate". Hoarding decity to the amount of $3,000. ConroUAL JOHN G. LYNN has re- reasonable. all that could be wished In way II. Green Trlmblo took chargoof tho partment Isand convenience. For particulars of comfort turned to Chlckaraauga after a delightThere will bo a picnic at Green postolllco at Somerset last weok and and Catalogue, nddress tho Principal.M. ful furlough. Ho is proud that ho is a International Meeting. Buffalo, July 7 U4 A. JAMES O. DOLLEV, bo done Briar Springs July 2M, when Manager now our old friend, Joo Claunch, Is an soldier and says if it wore to over ho would join tho army without T. H. Wright promises a big time to ex. all who attend. Tho resort is rapidly Tho site of the postofllce at Harrodshesitancy. up with guests, among them n burg has been removed to the building Conclave, Indianapolis, August Dit. R. M. Phelps, of Stanford, filling Louisville, Ky., relatives hero this week. Ho largo number of fox hunters who re- adjoining the one owned byMissSmed-loy- . visited AMERICAN & EUROPEAN recently located at Stanford for tho port as fine a collection of hounds as The Lebanon chief of police has been practice of homeopathy and Ib much oven the most fastidious would desire. PLANS. By request of tho proprietor, Hon. F. suspended 30 days for inebriety. He 1898. Cincinnati, O., September pleased with tho capital of Lincoln. Restaurant is the finest in ,4load" during tho recent conThe Ladies F. Bobbltt will recite tho matchless got his Richmond Register. the city. Every convenience for ladies piece "Fast on tho Hounds tho Hunter vention. Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to MR. and Mas. A. G. Eastland tho day in tho city. Sergeant U. F. Walls, colored, of tho spending Fontaine's long piece of V. C. Rlnearson, O. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Geutlcncn's Cafo on otllce lloor. attended tho funeral of their niece, Came," La poetry, "Tho Dog and Wolf" and a 0th cavalry, formerly of Danville, was Books, Haps, Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates Miss Edna, daughter oi Prof. T. E. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, very old fashioned ploco of poetry on seriously wouuded in tho fighting at gand full Information. .Clelland, of Perryvlllo, which occurred Manager. She "Old Jfashlon Log Cabin Courting on Santiago. atParksville Sunday afternoon. Sunday Night," on the day of the picThe London Echo offers two cents Music JTucsdav, Thursday and Sunday was 15 and her death was caused by hvenin?. for subscriptions, I.e. that paper adver- nic. - Mil G. G. Paul of Hartford, Is vis itlng his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Hocker. Samuel F. Phelps, of Madison, was tho guest of his relative, Dr. C. Fowler. MissCauliuIIoltzclaw will begin tho public school at Cave II 111 Monday, July 25th. Miss Lizzie Moohu came up from Mercer with Miss Mlnne Ituploy yes terday und Is hot guest. Mil J. R. Ohndokf will move to Livingston this week much to the regret of the Stanford people generally. A tklhuilvm from Clifton Forge, a , states that Mrs. W. K. Smith, who wns Miss Edna Courts, has a fine girl. I VlMIlT Inhj f'nnu nn.1 fc at Warren Shanks'. BIG DRIVE IN ODD PANTS ! Black, Clay, Worsted, AT- ONLY 32.50, f W. E. PERKINS, ss HERE I I PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, u 11 x - CRAIG & HOOKER'S. w e, rula-live- mcino-randason- ." ed k Me Moiee - SALE. t - M Greatly Reduced Prices ii 1 H ah day-Wedn- esday, 1tZiXAMUiZ & UVb. ': bn-he- ls Stanford Female College. Next session will open Sep. 5th. WILLIAM SHBLTON, Prin. -- Dry Goods, Groceries And Genral Merchandise. Every Thing VNay Down. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. Fa - " Wesleyan fH!P v m 4 LwOW Kaucd H-"- bos first-clns- B. Y. P. I. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Knights Pythias 0. 22-2- 9. G. A. R. Encampment -- ld fever. ! r . f$ h f tJ. THEINTERIORJOURNAL SECOND KENTUCKY HAD MONEY TO BURN FOR A FEW DAYS. V. I Camp Thomas, Ga., July 15. The moment. They are not particularly boys of the Second Kentucky, us well pretty nor easy to grasp, nor In any ns the whole "turn out" of Camp other way nppenllng to the taste nnd Thomas, have potten rid of that tired comfort, but they savor of "the mil- n Ingtnry," and that Is all that Is asked IX ADViVXCB feellnjr and it didn't take Ilood's S3 PBBYKAK to do It either. Uncle Sara was for nowadays. Most of the libraries necessary to make up a. When not sopaldSSS.EO will be charged. the fellow. Pav day has come and pone haveoffound It upon list books and not a few nro anxiously awaiting ing in the remotestsomething pertainway to Spain and is like a plant. What makes the plant fado and wither? another pay day, the writer being the Spanis.li. The demand for "Don among the number. The boys had lived IJuixote," both at bookshop and li U"ally lack of necessary nourishment. Tho reason why Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal on rough rations so long they could brary, Is enormous. Those who never color, stops hair from falling, and makt3 it grow, is because-ihardly hold themselves. Now every rend the romance before are convinced that now is the accepted time fordosupplies the nourishment tho hair needs. man has hi? jelly, jam, applebutter or KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. delicacy to spread on his ing so, while those to whom it is a some other "When n girl at school. In Heading, Ohio. I had a Revere thrice-toltale take pleasure in rebread not hard tack, for we haven't newing the acquaintance No. 5 Arrrivcs at Stanford at 1:03 A. M. attack of brain fever. On tny recovery, I found myself at mteh nn 2.10 A. M. Stanford at Ko. 4 perfectly bald and, for a lung time, I feared I should bo had any tack for a month and don't appropriate henson. St. Louis No. 21 Arrhes nt Rowland at 12:00 UAV. 3.40 I. M. j)crmanently so. Friends urged mo to use Dr. Ayer's Hair fatauford at No. St leaves want any. The boys lived in clover for Vigor, and, on doing bo, ray nair immediately Wgan to grow, the first few days and not a few are al nnd I now hare as heavy and fino a head of h.lr m one could Wluit Wo Need. ready broke. Many lost out shooting '1 tic Americans, with wish for, being changed, however, from Mor.do to dark KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the position brown." Mrs. J. II. Hoknydet., 152 Pacific Ave., Santa craps and in other forms of gambling, they nbsumc In the world nj protectors Crus, Cal. ...12 37 i iu while many claim to have won nlready of two continents, need a tleet as large No. 21 Train going North .... 2 41 a m " " No. 25 " salary. Money ns that of France, and nn nrmy of 0 ...12 U a m twice their original " outh No. 25 " ... 1 27 p in men so in all grades, No. 23 " llOws as freely on the old Chickmauga nnd so For allll'olnti. with artillery, en battle ground as once blood ran swiftly. gineers and trnnsport, that It can be KO'JOH TICKETS fcOLl). THKOUGH. Over 82,.)00,000 were paid out to the expanded at n mouth's notice with nAUOAGE CHECKED soldiers stationed here nnd all in crisp trained reservists to 150,000 men. This For any Information enquires of new bills. Is by no means a large lleet for eo pow JOE S. RICE, Agent, The Second Kentucky has at least erful a state as the union, seated on two Stanford, Ky. smelled powder, if not blood. We had great oceans, with an immense length CINCINNATI. A our first sham battle the other day. It of const, and with n policy and aspiraFRANKFORT AND t. is said several of the boys got sick, but tions which can be fuVllled only by It is a very small Trains leave 1'ranV.fort at 30 . v. and 3 r. !., I am glad to state there was no one in strength nt sea. connecting at UeorRetown wim j .x i,. aim in proportion to population, linrcl-l- y 9 " . a. l'aris Co. II. Sham battles are now every tinny Paris at S:40 a. m. and 5 10 r. i. l more than I mu...&i of what (.Trent e. m.. eonnectlnc at Georgeand5-3ata:20A. si - r -- . a TLXV. V Ul'X JllJW.Ti'yllf AW town with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 day occurrences. The drilling of new Itrltain thinks indispensable, nfter VfJfK J . ., ' ami T'0 I" t " ' recruits continues ench day and they striking out of the account the foice NEWTON. A. G. P. A. JOSF.1'11 It. are fast catching on to soldier's life, she maintains in India nnd the colonies. w s- ,4iJh.i via i .im- - Mf. i urnr:KVw- London Spectator. already many of them having been placQUEEN & CRESCENT. Tin. Will to i:ioilinnt of ICnm.ni. ed in rank with the company. Courthouses weie built with little reTrains pai Junction City as follows: We have been drilling some in regi 4 11 p m 12 02 n in No. 2 North gard for the needs of the counties. Out No. 1 South 3 41 a in mental formation the past week, 1149 am "4 " have in western Kansas is a courthouse costNo. 3 " " 6 " ......134 pm 11 is am 5 " No. SOS pin "10 " ......600 am had one regimental skirmish drill aud ing Wo.oOO. With scarcely a load of No. 9 " No. does not s ton. No. 2 stop only for paeu- - one sham battle. Drill hours have been wood in the count , there is n handsome fur rots from South of Someret 5 9 and lt run noSow changed so we are not out during the fireplace in every office. The total ther than Junction City and aud Gouly to of the county is but 1.S00, ami erset. hot part of the day. We go out in the morninc at. ft n'oionij, cose in at 8 the bonds of the county have not yet and don't go out again nntll 0, which is beer, reduced. Several C"iirthniiRc( through the process of mechanics' Uei.s Royal makes the food pure, after supper, and return at 7:30 Wo and other legal processes have come to wholesome and delicious. 4 are on the drill grounds 3 hours out of be owned by individuals, who have been 24 and we rest at least rd of the puzzled to know what to do with them. Charles Morenu, in Harper's Maga time allotted to drill work. A large majority of us are tiring of zine. camp life nt Chickamauga aud are t.tiiil(l Air HxploMltt--, When lliptid air containing from 40 pln- wanting to see service. They are j ing for only a chance at the Dons and to 50 per cent, of oxygen is mixed with what they would do for them would be powdered charcoal it forms nr. oxplo-hivwhich is be a plenty. There are very few indeed dynamite nndsaid to be comparable to can exploded by that wouldn't rather have been with means of a detonator. This new exploAre will &toro wheat at a less price than you can store the Rough Riders and the "1st New sive has been tested in n coal mine nt York. I'eiuburg. Germany. The liquid nir made money. Also There Is not a doubt In my mind that cvnporates so rapidly that the explo- it yourself. All who stored last year the Second Kentucky has been badly sive cannot be stored, but must be used will either buy, store or sell you sacks to store. Call and treated. We were the first to leave within n few minutes nfter it Is prepared. Youth's Companion. Absolutely Pur a home, the first to be equipped and are sec us. Will ut l.tioL.l77ij nt It. said to be the best drilled regiment "Mr. Addemup," said Mr. Spotcnsh, from the Blue Grass State, yet we are severely, to the bookkeeper, "I have YORK. ROYAl BAKIhO POSER CO., M the last of the original three slated to tpoken to you before of your careless go to the front. The Second Kentucky manner of smoking in the ofllce. You belongs to the first brigade, second di threw a lighted match In the wasto vision of the third corps. The first basket a little while ago, and it set a on,firlc: Such work as that brigade, composed of the 1st Arkan-- j lo,t f MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. ,n b '?ze s0,n,,e l star n ea. 2d Kentucky and 0th N. Y. are , : linrlnt T?lrv fZtn TiMnrl Clfnnt crn rt p,. VM a i UUUVk dvu Ul keeper. "I will see that the ofllee boy Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid the great general. He Is a perfect im- keeps that waste basket empty herePorters age of his Illustrious father and he was after." Chicago Tribune. lablo. Everything 89 meet all trains. reduced In rank from major to briga I.ntilkliinn. dier general a his own request, in orThe province of Louisiana was der that the 2d Kentucky and 9th New granted to Anthony Crozart for 15 York could be under his command. The years by Louis XIV., September U, burgeon to the Western com general has been over to see us twice, p"12' Dentist, pany (.company ot the Indies) for 25 Lytle continues to grow in a business years, nml was then ceded back to the sense of the word. There are about crown in 1730; to Spain, rcbrunry 10, 500 business shacks' in the magic city J7C3. Formal possession wna ghen Office over McBoberU' Drug Store in theJOwleT UulMlng. aud only two residences apd one general August 17, 1700; Louisiana receded to store. The government has erected Trance by treaty of St. Ildefonso, Ocsome large commissary and other sup- tober 1, 1S0O. A Summer Storj". ply buildings.- A large postollice build-- 1 Aunt Harriet l'or mercy's sake, Ing has been erected just for the sol- -i TINNING & PLUMBING, dier's mall. There are two postolllces, where have you and Mr. Sweetser been all the afternoon? one at Lytle and the other Chlcka- -, KV., MIrs Knice Oh, we have only been runuga Park, aud they are not over 200 hunting for d We clover. do all kinds of Plumbing Is now prepared to und Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dean's yards apart. There are said to be have had such a lovely time! niack Diamond Hoof Paiut. Telephone No. something like 300,000 pieces of mail "And how many clovers 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. did you find?" matter handled dairy in the Park. & o 's Mill II. Uaughnian "Wny, come to didn't There are several theatres in the flnil ni- - r?M Wf think of it, weDn.tnn w ""-- ' ' " ' "'llflplil?,, .! Do.l, l f... .Ul ioin,iHiiuujiuiii; juuuu uuu in iranscript. We are now iirtarvl to till orler for the best of urMe CoaUboth for Jomwtlc and thrttlilng u JX-JtfcCkA.wuirupuiuuu vivy. Hustonvillo, - - - .Kentucky Xo Diiiiccr. Vt'v alto Y Sunday there were something like 20 "I would worry less about Hcnpcck Onr$ hii deaths here, but not one belong- - going to war," said his fond mother. Take in Zscaanje f:r Csal Cera and Hay, and Ciuoy nerrlcei to the ixonle of Wot Lincoln countln. till stock of otHnsaml Ck tho ' contantly on hand F9 Which e ed to our regiment are few of "if he could only npenk Spanish. It t'aiti Price, hec in livfoit'larliu In at onr Wliiter etiilwariou hand There 3 &. Carputcr. Manager. I. WAUNI.IU1M.HIIIN our boys In the hospital and none are might save his life some time." Near Dejwl, Stanford vou worry nbout him," Telvplione 41. seriously ill. Thcro isn't better order! "Don l "He'll never In Stanford than there is in the "White ' snnPPu(1 Mrs- - Hcnpcck. Seafiou 1898. ,H:"r t'"u"g" apiuiinrus o iimk Pltv nf Sarsa-parill- Sworil Itnmllm. Sword arid hilt handles are the finish to the umbrella of the fnsh-onnh- lc TO EXCHANGE ! She hair flyer's Mair -- I desire to exchange Improved and vacant prupcrtv In Sioux Cltv. Iowa, nlso 0 acres of limber laud In Arkansas fur a email farm Land free and clear. In Lincoln or Ihiyle. Might put In Houio cash. Apply t or ad- drv-n- . a- -u I. M. Ql'ISEXIIKKKY. Danville. K 55 U-av- Mil FOR CASH ! 1 luivo decided to mlopt the t'nb Mtiiin for my customer believing It will be tie o beginning as well ui myvlf, tic d dune15 will sell for Gash 1 c. and fettle or their iiivount In V. Only 24 Jut owing mo must eome forwmd will lx placed A. Trlbble'n litiiuU for eolleetloti. W A I'AU'ON. Crnli OrvliHiit Tho-- e Excursion ltntcH CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, MA 50,-00- over-otliccre- d oer-supplie- d "Vigor. "Big Four Route, IP KlNKST ScfcVU K Uv KU (Hf-KKKI- sr& s&m m m TT, 1MO, C rcncii-ln- sr jttf$$kjM I Ad tU. Ti NO. 18. Oil ob AM' 'S.rtilhtrrttwo "Sw M.ini'ti, WV shI IImUu UmltHt ' one-hn- lf At- - . I A w- - - Mai Voe (.'BMvtlnn,. TitAiNsiaivici; ami Kut'irxir r.ssui- I'A 5 J . A "XSMffiftW AT. rrxfTi vu - ami full tfcwMtlMi. i: ii. MrCOIlMU'K. IVw. TraAc Mr of tlMlltK SSl.il. '0U i Mt for iri A i WAUBKSJ ifyriNXATI.o Am. fa. A. TU. l.YXi II. V AC.SNE. 1 pop-ulatio- n one-thi- tm POWDER The Deering Mower with Ball and Roller Bearings. SASH FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. AND DOORS, STANFORD, KV. e FIRE INSURANCE mtfi Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. pjbusno: : To J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. Caledonian Insurance 1HOC. Mason Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDttD Lancaster, wv, g PP" $ '" , GLASSWARE. Glassware. f R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 6 hTANKOUD KY. i. s. price:, j H. C. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., I1I8 a"ur"r" Stanford, Ky. See Our lOe Counter of The ' In Receiving Fall Aud J. T. Jones, 21-- - Vlntcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Most Any Thing You Want In Glass For 10c. STANFORD, four-leafe- ; four-leave- d tf ! -- HIGGINS & McKINNBY. COAL! COAL! J. T. SUTTOPT, Undertalcer, 1 ke-- Farmers Bank&Tnist 01 STANIOUI). KV. Co raid cp Capital, Surplus, iirai-viu- rs 5200.000 00 17,003 80 i -- UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. ' TAKE THE regiment in camp that Is so shut in ns the 2d Ken- tucky. As to outside liberty we hardly' have the privilege of a convict. On! the 4th we couldn't get out of our reci mental quarters, all on account of a few 'rowdies," who made too free uses of their pass. Xo blame can be put at the door of either Col. Gaither or those &C. under him. I believe they are doing what they think is best. The recent victories on land and sea and the liberation of the gallant Hob-so- u have brought many cheers from the "boys In blue" In old Camp Thomas. There Is n,ln another not I to them." V Clakenxe Coleman. A Western Kentucky weather prophet says if the katydid's first appearance has any Influence on weather conditracts. Jeweler's Wcekl'. tions, we will have frost by the 2oth of The Only Wny He lviieiv. next September, that insect's lullaby Kind Old Party (to sobbing urchin) having been first heard on the 2oth, My little lad, you shouldn't cry that and It is asserted that the first frost wny. Route falls 90 days thereafter. He also says Urchin How'n thunder kin I cry any the hornets are nesting low and wild other way? Judge. grapes grow in clusters, unfailing signs Ilar.l t .Suit. Moses Levi Dot shentleman vas hnrd that next winter will bo a hard one. to suit alrettj". Jakey Levi Veil, T should say dot, "I have used Chamberlain's Cough too; he veighed dree hundred bounds Remedy In my family for years and always with good results," says Mr. W. an' vas bowlegged. Up to Date. A Timvji In Clilll. B. Cooper, of El Rio, Cal. "For small In the town of Chill most sljops are children we find lt especially effecnnd during Frank J. Iteed, O. P. A., Chicago. tive." Forsalo by Craig & Hocker, open till midnight, everybody the hot afternoons, when takes E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky druggists. tiesta, they are locked up, MONON,' to high enough afterward. Jewelers' Weekly. Shut Out !)' tho War. Customer I waut a watch that will withstand the, usage of a healthy boy. Jeweler .Sorry; but the armor mills arc now nil busy with government con- und have been for two montlc locaI wish to announce thatthli popular sumted near the depot, having In possession tho mer reort will be open for the accommodaI have heretofore matlu tion of guests. Vuiiflerpool House. "Goodness knows what was It?" nor bOliclted no "She paid: 'Don't scare him oil, ns Iannouncementgive thine-- , nboutpatronage thcliouxo liuvo had to Henry maybe he can tell us some u general overhauling. Thinking this work " Detroit Free Press. wnr news.' sulllclentlv done to bo able to give accommodations, 1 now solicit the patronI.ulc-- r Coiiiiu'iiMitloii. age of the public, assuring them that espeIteduued rates during tho llrst month. Mrs. Highborn (reading) Diamonds cial attention will bo given them, .o n to Tor Information In regard to rates, etc., every pooilnlo way. flddress are now found very fur below the sur- make them pleasant Iu A. M. 1.AMHEKT. 3S Clvo us. a cull. T. 11. WIUOHT. face. 2t Prab Orchard, Ky. Mr. Highborn Well, they seem to get I urn Inst wife rhIiIV" :... timiffl n lmrflfi. nt Am ,.n.l.i.. nlui wiint (iQ VOI1 lhnl, A Detroit Free Press. I.ntf VlHltiir. Vanderpool House, Ky. or Crab Orchard, GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS lljr protl.loin of It. charter, ile)o.ltor ar a fully protected a. are In atlocal Ilanl., It. .liarvhoMeri Urtua hold Individually llablo to the extent of tin? nmountof their .link therein at the par raiue tuenor, in addition lit tti amount In. ve.Uii In .tirh iharei. It may act at ad. uiiilitiator.truite.Ac , at fully a an Individual, Tendering our thank, to those who havttvutruit-e- d their Ihi.Iucm to in, we trim they will rontlnu. to do .0, and we oiler at a ituarauirelor prompt at (pillion to i.nueour Alycara' in hank, tug; aud a liberal arvouiuiudatlun. at are coiitltttnt with touud LaulklnK, oitor ,.. DIKECTOK1. Wllllami.Mt. Venion; . 11. uutuiulut. I'reachenvl le: J. S Owtley.Sr., J. II. Utuley, WlllUm (loiich, h. II. SlianWt, S J. Kuihry, J. K. Catl., J.J. TTTHSnE , 1G98. J. J. K. I.vnn, . Meliefee. A W, Curpcnler S. H.Shaukt. l'retldeiit; J. II. Owtley Caliter: W. M. orrictxs. llrlght eller -- DR. R. M. PHGLPS, Kentucky. McKluney'h Store. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Soutfiem Railway THE KV. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Stanford, Ofllce - A. over Illgglns The Popular ORCHARD SPRINGS -- Ann- Through Sleeping Cars THREE, DAILY TRAINS Each way between Loulsvlllo and Lexington W. A. TURK, O. P. A.. Wushlu-'ton- . D. O. W. CHICAGO. NOW OPEN. Cool, Attention oi the public It rallod to the f.ict that this It the only National Hank Iu Stanford. UnPTfllPf 1 ovoni IIP I. il '! I der the prorUlout ot the National Hank Act Wi depositor, are tecured not only by the capital atock, hut hy the ttockholdcra' liability lor an amount eo,ualtu thettock .o that depwlturiof till, luttltu. by a fund ol jAO.ooo tion are Five aworu PENETKATES ttatemeiittof tho rondltlonol the lUnk are made each year to the United States liovermueiit aud IU anvtinre eiamlneil at stated times by uovernineut ageiits, thus securing additional and pctlect aalet deiHsllort. Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, to This liistiiution originally established as the De. North uud South Carolina, posit Hank ol Stanford In lais, then reorganized at Alabama, Mississippi. lue .aiionai nana oi sianioiu in 1N3 nmiagalri reorKanlted as the First National Hank of Stanford lit lsd'.',ba had practically an uninterrupted existence for 3.1 years. It I. better tupplleil now witl. iacllities for transacting; business promptly and liberally thau bver before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, Brum Between T.ouUvllle nut' the South. and Individuals solicited. s ltJlllJ1 EIGHT GREAT STATES 22 '"- Exhilarating, Kestful. Music. ments aud Good Living. Amuse- For Terms addess, GUS HOFMANN, Prop. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. Louisville, Ky Ivr A. A T.I'. Hill, W. A. Tribblt, " J.H.CollIer.CraliOrch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, U.Elmore, fatanford. r iv.k.i F. Reld, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, J. S. Hocker, " W. I'. Walton DIHICTORS. J. V. llayden, Stanford S. II. Haughtuan, ' .McKlnney.AaaUtmtCiihler. J. J. McRcbertaC'Mbl vmvv ,L:ggsa t-- s